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Price rem wimbli'. 7rnft . ,tw i n HlETDBD REPUBLICAN. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IH THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL BISTRICT. TIRMS S1.25 iS? SUBSCRIBE roti tiii: IS RLPUBLCAN Publisher, hi Annum, In Admce. $1.25 per year. S.i VOL. V. 7Wl ,11 "P H SrC v HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1893. deed bo a loud retreat for tho teeming lhoii-un- d of Chicago during tho Finn iiicr'inoiitliH where tho tall mid closely const t noted buildings shut out tho cool brci'es fiom the lake, and stone, brick and iion invito tho heat to such an extent that notwithstanding the latitude, tho thermometer rises at times as high in Chicago as any one of our western, eastern or northern cities. Chicago, liko Louisville, Cincinnati and Philadelphia and New Voik has niimciou'i Doctor Mills, grinding out M. D'sby the wholesale, and two institutions, the Chicago Policlinic and where they endeavthe or 1 iclia-- h or renew them after they b' come a little defaced and battered by profe.ional storms. Well, how arc the Republicans of Ohio county taking tho great Democratic "land lidc?" I hope that they are becoming icconcik'd to tho "four mote of (trover, ' When I was a little boy I often heuid a kind of Ian;' laving a5 wo called it: "If you don't like it take lcs of it," which mi'.'ht he applied to our party just now. Of course weelo not rehb the pill very much but let's sugar it and ulp it down. J. W. Mi:adoi5. te --- NO. 23. er Gorman can fel tf-JSJ- itis benefi remedy, which is alike It children. Such is Scott's EmuIswk cial to you and your of Pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil and Hypophos-phitcof Lime and Soda. It checks wasting in the children and produces sound, healthy flesh. It keeps them from taking cold and it will do the same for you vi is n wonder fill JH HI IliLFfillASi yril rj I Hi rlPPTi n W ymi trkTTfS n IM "' , r, Kcntt's Colds, Consumptun, Scrofula and all Anaemic .d Vastiiip Di.riasci. Prevents wasting-- in r.h'.ldrca. rt iinly ns imlnlnlili- as mill;. A. the Rcimliii't J'rv; np"l by a-Al-ni- rmul-- l rt cures Conhs, Ilownc.Clio.uUU, Now YorL. KulJ ly ell DruhVMH. Kimlstoii TTssswr.'resrwKrraoinj j M, 'cmr SKs ML ::.i.w r . f: ii'L ?m ' fVffiD i fas CHICAGO. An Ohio County Man Writes From the Breezy City. III... (IH-i..- nJ 3 .VDIER i WS3ffifl8b 1 M" M? M &'" . :2.on' n , D.C-- . IS, Cily," l wirli iiMiuIly moro ri'li-than in foniHT Drat C'.ilf F'o i 'o 'ho v. St! V. L. (JOi. r.P '5i"Hr.r'Go.dovci)wbe:o. It ininiif'yiiif to every iitiiulk' Ulnmluly t:vaiyliHly '"iVI to tl i .i (; tiet ituo for Aini'iican to know oti cwrt - i"p . that (lie umwiI : ilr t ii.-yourm my j:cr ulootrea.irtjy ill mll puioli lnp i. L. D'.'J,-- - l.lsMlCOO,vlilch (.'oluinliiaii K.fMtinii ukii'ii tnpreaout ilui poi.'. iluo h; ll.u ptloua nbt, (in 'U .jn'jdn cmi lofUUT. to iiiri,hai:ii'ti,r alirouil, and M'lfap J6r- - Til' ' N ' ''It UCiti-. .!' p miht "nowT Ilrninnf ii" il. " '. ... J ca bv'tt.ilu.'ll W I. iroli.itiniint Iioini' U imw Nntwilli--taiidiLook Il.iiul tai't. say an ai'fonipli-.JiL'ifor It I. , ,'lr. Mini. Mm". s..l.ltj- W.l..ii tin1 many hiti'lu.- - liifkoiin:: II t l.l. I., r. Ky. '. ami c'li'Iiin'H of I'ominilti'i" tin.' gioat work 'oi- -' on. Tin' Way ami .Mi'an- esDUyTHEtlx, C'ommitti't. of t!u YVorMV I'air hu W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE not"rVp.price.. for llio , .mi. oils corim ni inniTij.tio jmiiii'il liv 11 citicn of Ohio (m, ,...iii. n , imiiti. . it mrr'iM.nc llaittiinl lii.ri in n w, 'Mini I., -- ..ii h? 7.. ii i.nii.n xiiro. nty in the may provo inl(rol'ui l u Ii v, if not Ohio County Union. to IK'IIIIMlll'l.lllll' iiitnilM'r of iho The Ohio County Farmers Alliance npiiiont'hiiifr I.y len-o- ii of tlu iTd Union will hold tho and lndu-tri.- il iti'iii from WorlilV I'uir , meeting at Preutis January 12 l lu-ri'thi-poi- iit r.niior. liAitiK'tm INiilily si lotlcr from Ki.i'i tliU flit v 'U.oinin '!. " an' Ii now nut ilac 1. i.i . ' l ii I - ..-- . XlGKT IUHKIHG w M v - T t - Q 2 kiiyJK&l Duruulc. nuuununn.Hi riNESTCij i$ hM i. .7 4 Many tin i!e.i'ini iiiiiiualioiiJ imlnlpol in, f i"riallv in I'oiiiiri'tioii Midi dm awaul (.'ataloyiio Conrc' n of iou. In t mini- - iipiyiinsly aci'ii'i' tlicm a a limly or any imliviilnal simony t'u'iii ot i' irruption. It t liigiily proli-alii- . liuwoviT, dial tli" liih .'tninlui.' ot the paitit.ol which the committri' U i'iniipuoil, thoir liiiiiifs relation-- a id tnniliiii. many of them, too.lmv linn cvi'roly i'i'iiiii'il. Kverv Tocal Union in the county istarne-tl- y requested to lull delegation. Welcome Ad- die-- s U T. II. B.ilinnin vejponie- Ii. F. Hartlctt. The public is invited to attend There will be a committee at Preutis tb to a,iL'ii delcsates to their on the homes. Pientis is live miles South ot Beaver D.nn em the Dixon Ferry road. Sub. ordinate Unions will please to fonvaid dues to W. Cf. Fulker-on- , Mcllcnry, .1. P. Mn.i.nt, Pros. F. A. & I. U. W. O. Fn.ki:i:-e).Sec. 1 1 ini-annual v, mull:;. I'M. 1. I'l.-i.- r. i r no . 1... U,i it- orrtin,t.i.pSiil li' porotl l'rii'.- - a'm'hiH. -- .ill I.) Z, W.ijncllritU I l'i beaveFdam. Dec.oO. Tlie Hartlord Teachers Asfnctiitioii convened at Beaver D.nn, December 17, with Prof K. U. Rajas permanent Chairman, and S. C. ...ftt....''f'nirj .i'risitTO t1 1. tru-- Hiitimw ol uri'iipiL'il with uml lu'ipiiltcil tht'in-olv- o honor, may haw much to do with iu t, -- mothciiii tho ftortn. THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST. Bond TEH conts to an Union S(., N. Y., for our pflio Bam(, " nilntl Luck," nnU win ll Wow Homo Sowing Mnchlno. TTio Now Home Sew ins Machine Co, 03ANCE, MASS. C28 UM3H SWiH&W-n.,.- , tiou.TOR at. V10!'' j Elf Pi SALE BY u.u- "-' u liWMS82i mil r TV't,7K?Wfls 's fiom CIncMgoiiiii think that the Conki'V t.'ataloiicl'oncefinn that y he tlicri' arc charges winch cm them aali')ily ot arliruiif,'ht a;iiiiit rogance and ciiil'I imlillereiice. to the puhlic wIiiim.' money they nro hpeml-in.- ', lyuoiiuj;, or and in many i; uegkciinj: the light ol the people, who from eek Wiirkl'h I'air Conce.-io- ni riiem. "The hoaid The t'hicao l'o-- t -ju-tlca-e-- ri u riA.' CI U w r ' i ( ofdiriciioi'siiicliidiu ha- - condiictid a: the ail it- - commit-ii'- o, ri IcCntei Col ii.CoujilnJlor.Thr.af, Cronp. Tnfii rn .1, NVLoojiini; Cough, uronchltii ar.J Ai'hii . AI nr :crt'in euro lor CnimnpUon in (IritVIbh at or.e. i fire relief In Jvince I tl5fs. ; th Vcu will ncolh. rxrrllcnt ffl. ct oft'.- . Jlrn, fol.l bv f tvryhtri. U. ..jCJc.r.tianJt.09. ij:J rr:Tts5UMirv. Bflfl V IliiRlfiE ! Ii lid ftMTE'S 'OR 20 YEARS T,l . II p m O B II It i CREAM nrsTIMIl'lMTT. in tlio lart, .mil M't'iiH to he uttcrlv uumindtiil ot iliel.ict that it had in control and was icmliuj; 811.00(1,(11)0 nt tlu Iii of thu pu-- d nii'iicy. "lmlcd from the lieinninji and ill v 'ich iiilorin.ttioii a die directoi-cV'-- e to jivo ha- - keen m.ulo p'lhhc." The cscludin of reporters for public loiiinal- - may ho wi-- e and have jrnod in die end, but eeitaiuly Uip nut iiicrcu-- c the ivouilaiitv ot the C'imiiiii-.-iuwith that all poivciful i clus uf men who have-.-mucii to do Hut with public opinion. the murmuriiii; is not alone liom all clu o, trades and profe.-siou- .heic Join in it to some exIrnin --e-t,juia-nali-t- Stevens, Secretary. Prof. Ray gave quite an interesting talk on tho subject of "Concentrating Thought." This talk was something that should have been heaul by all the teachers of the dictiict. S. C. Stevens anil Prof. 0. M. Sliult. gave their methods of teaching the -- ubjeets of Geography and History. Mi-- s Dora Gibson gavo a very talk on Piimary Work. Frol. Lytic gave the teachers quite lectuic, in which ho an intere.-tiu- g brought out many scientific thoughts. Richaid Foster gave a very interesting talk on the Benefits of our Association. The meeting was quite a success, iii'twilb-taiidiithere weic but few ut the citizens present. The next meeting will convene at Harltord on the third Saturday in January. A program for same will appear in due time. Tho friends of education and especially tho teachers ot Hartford Magisterial District are requested to bo present at thu 'next K. R. Ray, Pros. meeting. S. C. Sn:T..Vs, Sec. nn end. Music, devotional exercises and tho distribution of gifts by Santa himself, assisted by a half dozen clfa from his Arctic homo made Christmas eve pass merrily; and tho spirit that song on prompted tho augels' that first Christmas morning was felt and manifested by thoso present, tho very air seemed to breathe "Peace on earth good will toward man.'' A merry party, consisting of Misses Myrtic and Hester Carter, Roberta Coots, Viola Pirtle, Lizzie and Fannio Harncs, Mr. Shcby Taylor and wife, and Mr. Jake Tichenor spent Sunday ut Mr. Gcorgo Barnes'. Mis3 Cliflio Gray entertained n few friends Monday evening. Misses Vcnla Blank'onshipand Rosa Williams were tin-- guests of Miss Daisy Stevens Mon.la;. . Mis. John Nave spent yesterday in the country, tho guest of Mrs. Tom Stewart. Mr. John II. Barnes and wife visited Mrs. Barnes' parents at Carrollton during the holidays. Prof. O. M. Shultz, of Hartford, is in town. s Hattiu and Mvrtic Carter entertained Tuesday night. The oc- c.iion was denominated "A Tacky Party," " name, by the way, quite appropriate. A looker on couldnev- cr i)ilve guo eel that the obese "down" was none other than John Hockcr; that the decrepit "old man" was the stalwart Charley Parrott; that the Cow Boy holding the folks in one at his prowei w:u II iley Taylor, U'"' that "The Miller," the "Politic--enlaw," ami "Advertising Agent" were O. M. Shultz, personated by Mc.-srTom Pairott, Tim Austin nnd Tom Taylor. The young ladies were truly unrecognizable. Mis Fannio Barnes as a ""die girl;' Miss iMiuna uarues ..., .. .i.J.1 ..,;. I ' .... Mtaa ITnltJn Millnr .... '... . iia .in "in i.ii.i.., lassie,'' Miss Lizas a "back-woozie Barnes as "her country cousin," Mi-- s Hobcrtu Coots as an "old wo-- , man," Mis Lest a Hayes as an "old fahionedgirI,''MisscsMyrtieniidIIettio Carter ns "fashion plates from hayseed ranch," and Miss Viola Pirtle as "grandmother,'' were marvels of ridiculousness in costumes and actions. pleasantly in soThe evening pas-ecial conversation, games and refreshments and at a late hour the guests repaired to their homes, all having enjoyed the occasion very much. Mrs. R. J. Daniel, ot Louisville, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Oscar Stevens. Mr. II. McKounoy, wife and children, and Miscs Annie Mclvenncy and Bessie Nave spent Sunday at Taylor Mines, guests ot Mr. McKen-nc- y. Mi--c! ! d s. --ds WASHINGTON. Prosidont "That - and tho Senate. Elect Clovoland ! D- - Mnloh'n VltnllrT I'nlmt ipu nenl for coni Iiirzinrrs, fin.l nil .jmtoin. lion, Price in nii'l T.' ct per rll')sp-n- . Wnjiit- Urithii A Ilro. lttltZ. Obituary. Mr. Another good man gone. Green Robertson dieel at his homo in Kchols, Nov. 28, 1SD2, nged 07 years, 2 months and 20 days. Uncle Green, as he was called, was a kind and af" fectionate husband, loving father, a good n.ighbor and tho best of nil, a true and faithful christian. Ho was confined to bis bed for several months and in all his suflering, which was intense, be was never heard to murmur but patiently submitted to tho will of God. All was done for him that loving hands could do, but God in His infinite wisdom thought it best to relieve him ot his suflering and take him to dwell forever with the blest. Before bo fell asleep to wako no more on earth, he was seen pointing upward and heard to say "I'm going home." And well ho knew that bo For was near bis "heavenly home." many yenrs his adectious had been on things abovo andiiot on earthly things. By his faithfulness nnd graco given him hero on earth ho has won the crown that is promised to all who obey Many and put their trust in Him. wero the friends and relatives that wept around his lifeless remains. But weeping ones don t forget that what Many is our loss is Heaven's gain. of us have stood weeping nnd Baid farewell to our loved ones, but such parting as it was with Undo Green is not in vain for tho timo is coming and it may not bo long when all who deny themselves and tako up their cross and follow Jesus will meet in that sweet "byo and byo" where- parting is no more. Miss.L.B. Loni:y. Central Grove, Ky. - man Cleveland disgusts me," said one of tho most distinguished Democrats in public life, who had just returned from New York, where ho had gone at Mr. Cleveland's request to'holtl a conference with the Presidentelect. "I went to see him expecting to find him deep in the intricacies of the Tarill and of finance, and was shocked to find that he was more intent upon knocking Hill down by preventing the election of bis mnn, Ed Murphy, to the Senate than ho was upon tho financial policy of his paity for the next four years nnd you may be sure that tho shock was mndo it he when not lessened plain to me that he was bargaining patronage, even to the extent of a' seat in his Cabinet, to accomplish Murphy's defeat. Now you know that I never did admire Mr. Cleveland, lie hns too much of tho "I me and myself," for me, but 1 did give him credit for being above the and machiiio ordinary tricksters politicians, and now that I have been shown my mistake, and by himself at that, my only feeling iselisgust". Boss Gorman's machine for grabbing U. S. Senators must have run against some unexpected obstaeles, for there has been an unexpected let up in the Democratic anic of brag and bluster about the control of the Senate in the next Congress and they are now willing to admit not only the possibility but even the probability that the organization of the Senate will not be changed when it meets in extra session to confirm Mr. Clove-land- 's nominations for his Cabinet ami other important positions. There arc Democrats, and very important ones too, who do not wish to see their party control tho Senate and they are smiling very broadly these days. If the Democrats fail to control the Senate in the next Congress they will nvoul the ugliest sort of a row over tho distribution of Committee Chairmanships It is a mle which has been seldom violated by the majority in the Senate that when changes are made in tho heads of committees the next mau ou the comUnder mittee gets the chairmanship. that rulo Senator Vorhecs, of Indiana, wouhl have been made chairman of the committee ou Finance, and Senator Harris, of Tennessee, of Neither of these Appropriations. men wear Cleveland's collars, so a few weeks ago when Democratic control of tho Sonate seemed certain boss Cleveland issued orders that tho old rule must be ignored and theso chairmanships given to Carlisle and Mills. When Dan Vorhecs heard about that order there was some Inuguage spoken which would not be proper to use in addressing a Sunday School, ami he announced his intention of having his rights, if his patty controlled tho Senate, whatever Mr. Cleveland might wish. Mr. Cleveland caused a sensation hero by so freely expressing, in a newspaper interview, bis opposition to tho election of Murphy to bo Senator from Now York, nnd his reasons therefor. His reasons arc good, for no sensible man can honestly claim that conducting a brewery will give a man tho necessary experience to make an ideal member ot tho U. S. Senate; but all the same it was a very to "bad break" for a Prosident-elc- ct muko a deal with the PROFESSIONAL CARD. Populist Senators to exchange that T. Ed-wi- n portfolio for votes in the Senate. If ATTORNEY AT LAW, that deal is made ami Jerry Simpson fails to break into the Senate be may HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. be tho next Secretary of Agriculture, J. a. a. wtiiDi... lit. i.mrsx. that is, if Gorman can get a place for 6s ""Wed-diiia;-. him. 3S"we - - Crleim FRIENDSHIP CHURCH. As I have not seen anything from' (Office, oi er Anderson's llaiaar.) Will practice their profimlonluall the this place for somo time, I thought I Ohio and adjoining cotintle., nnd court of court, e Appeal. Special attention given to rriminnl practice anil would writo you a few lines. collection I, v2n23ly Health in this community is gen. eraly gooil. .A.. All. Buckley, of Cloverport, is visiting friends hero. HARTFORD, KY. Tho Trustees of District No. f)9, profp.lon In Ohio nnj return their thanks to Supt. Jo. B. Will practice h' tho co'irt of Appeal., aiUoln-incounties, nnd bpecia Rogers for nn elegant speech, delivMt.nllon gircn to collection- -. Office north aide public piarc. t3 Tlr ered when ho visited our school, and especially for his praise ot the new n n.r.i'FTY. n. i. nixiio. schoolhotHe. Ho said it was one of Sz IRixigro, tho best houses in tho county. We had a meeting at the Church Christmas night and Christmns day. Will practice In all court" of Ohio And adjoining nml The wedding bells nre ringing. coiintU- -,Colli In Supirlur tour! and C'oiilt of Ap. dlon nnd nil Icgil rrnK Mlend.4 Married, it th residence of the bride's to. Oflie, No.3."K. Market Kllarlford, Ky. mother, by the Rev. R. J. Brandon, on Dec. 2;d, J. C. Magan to Miss Lena Midkifl; C. II. Greer ami Miss ATTORNEY AT LAW, Kmma Lanhain were tnnrrietl nt Fricuship Church on Dec. 2.;th at ' o'clock, p. in., by tho same minister; T. J. Brooks to Miss Iva Kelley. The 12. 12. attendents were Quint Kelley anil Miss Verdn Powell Wishing them a happy voyage through life and fiualy DFt-osin- ., (Office In Cromler Ilulldliij?.) a homo in heaven, I am still, Will practleii his proff In nil the court, of BlUTllI CE. Ohio nnd ndjoinuijf counties. Ainu olry HARTFORD, KY. Tames Sisiitli, Attorney at Law, g G-u.ff- 3T Attorneys at Law. Perry Westerfield "Wed.d.lng', Attorney at Law, I3Ly- .nolle n2lly NO CREEK. Dec. 30. Christmas is passing ofl :m:. Xj. KCeavriaa, quietly. The flow of time glides A'lTORNEY AT LAW, smoothly on with only now nnd then a ripple caused by somo barque being Will prncllcohlsprofeK-Ionlnn- il launched into tho mntrimouial sea. tho Court. .1 -, There was an unusual stir in cur Ohio nnd niljoinlng countlc- nnd in the Court f Appeal- -. Special attention alren to collection. midst last Thursday morning caused Office, oicr Wllllntii", Hell A Co'h drugstore. by the sudden and unexpected announcement of the marriage of John D. Chapman, formerly of this county, . but now of Stanley, Daviess county, to Miss Lutitia Hoover, which took place at the bride's homo near Beela, at 7 a m. Miss Hoover is a young lady of superier worth aud quite a favorite in local society and while her many friends regret to givo her up they feel assured that there is none other moro worthy than tho noble groom, who is ono of our noble young men and whoso moral influences arc widely OFFICE OVER RED FRONT felt. Immediately nfter tho ceremony they departed for Daviess county, Is prepared to do all kinds of where they will make their future Dental work at reasonable prices. home. Many good wishes nccompa-ni- ng them as they set forth on the sea ot married bliss, and may their voyage bo illuminated by the star of AT .'jy-ffc hope and love, is tho wish of tho writer. Mr. Fielden Bennett and Mis3 Lillio Colowny wero united in holy bonds of wedlock on the 21st of Dec. Ben Rnley led Miss Francis Shaver to the marriage alter at Shinklo Chapel, on the 2;. On tho following Thursday, PLEASflNT Robert Webb nnd Miss Anna Woodward wero mndo man and wife, and "fltSj rf7 still there is moro to follow. Hurand the rah, for happy leap-ye- ar Tit. NEXT MORNINQ I FEEL BFUQrlT AND i .W AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER, young folks. fr d.ictr It net. uenilr on tho .tomaph. Hie r l.iitlv. 1UU drill!, ll Lesley Bennett is very ill at his i .(.dok.iiiLaii.lUa.U.aaiiCprepare.! f or His aa canny a. from lurb.. and 1. ip- - !t! called father's, G. W. Bennett's. Tho littlo girl of W. Q. Parks is also very AUdruKirifltflricllttntno.Andft.onupAckni;j. If rnnnot Mt .t.end your oJrf Tina for rreoimni'Ic. low with typhoid. .oiii' 1 ttitilly Mrdtclne mntri the biiwt UttuU Juy. ItlordirtOi tiralthy.UitlJ!HirMf,y. Atdii. Mr. Lewis, of Daviess county, with oicAiou r. uoo.n.ui. liKOV..s.. his family, have rented nnd moved into tho house formerly occupied by John D. Chapman aud his mother. Wo welcome him into our midst. Most of our farmers havo sold and delivered their tobacco. It rang cd in prices from 85 to S8 per hundred. Mr. Frappie, of Livermore,is scour-inour forests, far aud near, for hickIS THE BEST. ory timber for his mill at that placo. mwmwwMwy-whCrow killed tho boss Mr. Chapman f MILin. allllalClli ' ' in."" ioi!c"u. auiartci. hogs of tho neighborhood. Ono net"8 POR SALE ny aiiuMQ- ted tfO'JIbs ami tho other, IWOlbs. If you ciin beat that let us hear from H. A. LOZFIER&CO., Incomxito. you. Wholesale Daalcrs, Hartford, Ky. g. WK? !. DENTIST. v tfxy 4,mmm tmmiL Raj-- - WII.I.IOV.SVriT.lt ltli .n at l.ni.ri..iiii.l.iiiit' S'llli'li'x VIUlirirl.K"rimtec.l olJ l.y Z. Wn)iu eislflm A Ho. mrn tin. in feci nil Worm Romocllos. ;;r:V , BOTTLE GUARANTEFQ. . ., KVllUYHMIKUK. irti.".Titiii',tiu. rn8T.inns. fN, SSss& ,u32-.. tent. Moans The Work ol the Way.-aCommitted involve negotiations with people having plans w'hich they wi-- h earned out for the benefit of both tho I'air and themselves. In conducting this Iiiihih'.-.-- the Committee, has involved tho I'air in foiiio dillicultie?, and incurred the displeasure, of pergonal .s. I'enplo have been kept waiting week alter week and month after mouth for decisions on iiucstioiH that ought to have been settled in a few days. Hut after all the Woi Id's I'air work proceeds and ? coiicct-ioiii.-t- Resolutions of Respect. f& IHfVL, jwr jttt3 - 'fc .''..!'.:. V; will bo a 9iicce.-- s. .lust now another question is up for for Chicago people- to tali; over, and in all probability it will not Ptop with the talk for if you want to find push, - 1" m mmtmr GorHrcialUollegocTo: t Business Colleqe in iho World. CAct Awwrded ItvUut Honor mi Wo r I.N Kiportlllon, for flntttunr JIoiilT.ktrpliitf ftnllJtnrritl ItunlnrM l,ilur Un. fl((MiO JrfiittUln HiMlnrin. KMMI Mii'ltnU nnuBllr ltulnra tS Tit l,if emplny I. i'tikt ofFuIl kbout WO, (Viurxslitttulitif Tuiiion HUtlont-rml lt rl, HhnrtllHnt( T ficM rlllnff m Tt If ffruphy ipoeikltlra. tul, Tbll city fturct liter low, tlrttukl ho rntlun. U Wmitful mil hrtlthful Vor lrular allrrn. WILBUR R, SMITMi i.EXNQTON KY I3f Efti At10 UNDyEU dni it"l'd. Miilciuole, If W Lost ainuliood Jt'.'Morr ini'mory.Uj'r r porvniiHics, uenknwi cnrrit ly tl) I'll' I lly ItnncillcK. fl.(0r Im: f 1 'hi, A ivrl'len tnnrintco of, r ' w" it ! '.il rix 'mii'-'nimii I. . I '. M1 I .?; ., . "jr:'i vb,i . ii.J 1 .cj gssaaiaiirriifM3rmwifcjJ3V euUreod, Organs Btreiigllicnea and . -- CBi Ill if' ""' for nnowx-' mIi Contnlim f)nc lluii.liril ilcllcloun Ciiiiily dimply iilnl nud uoucnil Horns. t:o:t nrrrr.nn aljiaxac J.'up IMI'J iiilU r IlillioolcUi!hvuuuyuiarutr enterprise, industry and iiidomuitablu pcrservornnco you need not go further than Chicago to find it. Tho question is: "How shall they make their ideal lake front and lake parkV Undoubtedly naturo has done-mucfor Chicago but u littlo concession upon tho part of tho Illinois Central Itailroad who owns a right of ttny along tho hike front, and n fow tlum.iaiid dollars would make it tha finest and loveliest lako front park in America Alicady they have one, the Lincoln I'ark which is truly lovely, and add to it another, stretching away for a great distance, with its inviting shade, guided wiilks,varcated llowcrs, utiil singing birds, would in Wiii:i:i:as, Tho school nt Oak Grove is now closed, we, tho pupils of said school, find in Prof. J. L, Reigers nn efficient teacher anil a christian gentleman. Therefore be it That wo return to Prof. Rogers our heartfelt thanks for tho favors he has bestowed upon us. That we will always remember the kind words ho has spoken to us and wo will try and emulate him in bis wnlus. Riyoi.viiD, That wo recommend him ns nn efficient teacher to nny elis-tr- ict or peoplo wherewith ho may bo called. Rie)i.vi:t), That a copy of tbeso resolutions bo scut to both of tho county paper, Hartford RwimuoAN and Herald and n copy to Prof. m t Rogers. NI.KnVI.KSSMHirr miilo mI..T'il Nannio Arbuckle, CoMMirn:i: Hint IcrrlMo coiii;li, Nlnlnli' Curs Is tho rrmo- Hilda Shield, Warren Shield, Kttn dyfuryou. I'or.alolivZ, Wnyne Clrlftin 4 Bro, Jnines, Leslio Smith, Donio Douglass, Eva Butler. Ri:-oi,vi- :i, Vutnnli Vuri'il. Ih'iiIIIi nnd vrcot l.ronth .r. cnri'il liyWiilnJiV C'Htnrrh IImiiciIj. Price WlcU N il tnjfctor fri'fl nt Z. Wnjno Orlnin llr You can get the Hartford Republic- BEAVER DAM. Christinas is not sufficiently a "thing of tho past" for our town to nssumo its regulation business air and sober activity. With tho "Snow IIouso" Saturday night at tho school building was inaugurated, a wcason of festivity and mirth which promises many delights cro the holidays arc nt Dcc.2!). an and the New York Tribune one year for 81.25, cash. Subscribe now. ('roup, tVlinnpmx ('oiiKliiiml llrnnelilUa ilillno Ciuv, At Z.W.Unlliu illMtlyri'lU'iisll.jrHlinuli' llro,'.Irim Won', make. Tho people of several States have moro than once shown by their votes what Uiey thought of n President attempting to intorfero with their State politics, and it is now regarded as a certainty here that Murphy will be elected, audit was Mr. Cleveland's interview that mndo that impression general. Men who nro Mr. Cleveland's friends and admirers admit thnt tho interview was a mistake, nnd that it will causo Senator Hill to o in bar? rass the new administration in every way that he can, nnd the even divis. ion in the Senate will give him plenty of opportunities. The latest Democratic guess at Mr, Cleveland's cabinet is as follows: Don Dickinson, Secretary of State; Senator Carlisle, Secretary of tho Trcass ury; Senator Gray, Attorney General; Dan Lnmont, Secretary of tho Navy, nnd Hon. Win. R. Morrison, ("Hoiizontnl Bill,9') Secretary of tho Interior. This Blnto is given for what it is worth, and your correspondent thinks thnt very little, because Don Dickinson stnted positively when he was in Washington last week that ho would not go into tho Cabinet, and a closo personal friend of Senator Car-likwho would bo likely to know his intentions, said to day thnt Mr. Carlisle had been offered tho Treasury portfolio, but had for privato reasons positively declined to nccept it. No guesses nro being mndo by Democrats who know tho inside workiugs of their party machinery about tho next Secretary of Agriculture), because thoy know that it will depend upon wheth e, g mMtt FjSVffil,nii ". .. Agents Wanted! 340 Superior St. THAT 1IAVKINH VOUUII can t to quickly cured liyNhiloh'n I'ure. Wo gutrunto Not. I by Z. WnynoGrittlnl Bro, CLEVELAND, O. PLEASANT VALLEY. Dec. 25. Miss America Chapman has returned from Texas, where alio has been visiting her sister for the past thrco years. Miss Cynthia Campbell is visiting in the Littlo Bend, her brother-in-lawhere bIio will spend Christmas. T. C. Simpson has returned from Evansvillo after a four weeks stay. Old Santa Clause has been around and presented Christmas gifts to all Ham Jokk. tho children. w . AYKR AStlrl. naitrni' Xewfiur Admit fArPKat too Arener uf Maum. S-tltlnr on flleln fhllaJelphU "- our nuUiortiod as.ua A. J. SLATON, M. D., Physician & Surgeon, Formerly of offer, hi. Uray.sn anJ (the Or. Millwood, now located at Leitch-Helurofemional tervice. to the people e, adjoining couitiei. Office in Uly Iladeu property.) Commercial Hotel, CENTRAL CITY, KY. R. R. PAXON, PROPRITOR. you YOU WANT DO lli ocUI letlrm TO MAIlUY.'onlo Udlc Irom xnllemeii "id of culture nl mean Irom all ortr tha country? - Has just been repaired and newly copy of ono ten cent, ami recelr mutrlmonlal paper culled Oimi Ilioawiit. which will aflord you moro healthful enjo) inmt than you hnfe had for many aday: each number contain hundreds of letter. Irom young ladle, and ijentlf menwanllnxcorrenpondrnUfroiii man or those of the oppotite.o; If there I. woman who ha. not found hla or her affinity hero's tho golden opportunity. Ail.lrco Oaasoi lomoiii, room 15, 11 lloylaton ilrcet, Iloiton, Dm dentin! lfio,jut .end furnished. Located closo to Depot. s Givn lunch Good meals or first-clas- it a trial. Cheater , flippy and cootint Ii a home with "Tha Ko. a lamp with tho light ot the morning:. CUloguea,writoRocheitrLampCo.,NowYock. Ma... I.iiiit.' Ml. nioillcliien mot cm Hie bawe every ilny. Ill order to be hculthy till. I. uccu.ii.iry. rebullili the lyileia. aid eoMorbUbau4iuro.iuiilAiU. " r broken down from orerwork or houiehol remoTtl eg lieitumrenttlu Maiif Persons Brown's Iron IHttcrs dlge.tlon. .'f Hartford Republican r-f .r."v-i-:- - . m, m tt: TUBLtSIIED '.' ' EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, Proprietor. departed bearing many pleasant mem ories and a heart full of kind wishes for tho jolly entertainers. attired, she is pretty just tho same. Suflico it to say that on this occasion they formed a perfect galaxy of beau ty. The evening was ppent until far into tho night, in uproarious merriEverybody was gay. Mument. sic, nlso, lent its charm to tho occasion. Miss Irene Board rendered several beautiful selections on tho piano. "The Battle of Bull Run," deserves special mention. It was well played nnd was received with many complimentary remarks. Miss Ircno evidently knows what she is about, when she takes her sent at the piano. Miss Eva llcnslcy delighted nil present with two vocal selections "The Danube River," and "Last Night." Mmshvn possesses that rare pift. a beautiful soprano voice. Tho rendition of 'The Danube River," brought forth an encore "Last Night'Vns given iu response. Tho Missc Scott can congratulate themselves that all were well entertained. Robin Hood. gLOOK AT THIS I. P IUkNAnr, Prctt Jvo. II. IUnr, CnliUr Certain it is that the plank walks alitor mi! G, JO. n. nOGEIlN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 1893. PROSPECTS. The Work of tho Republican During tho Past Year and Its Outlook for tho Future. A VmT HATINF.UTOKYMIOMIXU. The Republican is not much given to boasting, but wo feci that tbc bounds of propriety would not be overstepped it we should modestly call attention to whatever measure of success hns been attained in the past year, and the prospects of tho Republican in tho new year just beginning. Tho present management 1ms had control of tbe paper for littlo more than a year, aud in that time tho circulation has been doubled so that it is our pleasure to state that it u now 1,500 and steadily increasing. Tho merchants have found that advertising in tho Republican would reach tho people, and this department has been liberally patrouized. Our spaco is worth to the advertiser twice ad much as it was a year ago, because we reach twice os many people and we continue to reach more every issue. The Republican is n growing institution, and by fair and honest dealing, by pluck, energy, perseverance and hard work it still proposes to grow. Tho work in our Job Department has doubled, trebled, even quadrupled in the past year, and we have gone to no little expenses to prepare more fully than ever to give to our customers the very best of work at the very lowest prices consistent with a living New machinery aud new profit. typo have been purchased and still other yet will be on hand in a few days, so that we propose to be satisfied only with continued improvement of our facilities, nnd tostrivo to merit in every respect the fullest patronage of tho public. From these considerations it can bo easily ficen how that the success which has attended tho year's eflort is far beyond the most sanguino expecta tions, so that tho prospects for tho new year are very bright nnd encouraging. Tt is needless to 6ay that wo nro not insensible to tho patronage so liberal ly bestowed upon the Republican during its present management, and partly in appreciation of this nnd partly to better merit continued success, it is confidently hoped that before tho present year is far pjient, some considerable improvements will be made in tho body itself. To our many renders, customers and friends, ovcrywherc, wo extend the hearty wish that 1893 will bring to you all both piospcrity and hap pincss. The Republican and tho New York Tribuno both ouo year for only $1.25. Tho Republican and Tho Home and Farm both one year for only 81.25. The Republican and tho American Farmer both ono year for 81.25. Tho Republican and Womankind both ono year for only $1.23. Courier-JournTho Republican and the both ono year for only 1.75. Tho Republican and tho Cosmo politan both ono year for only $3.00. This applies to both new subscribers and to renewals. was our to attend a Snow fortune good llouso nml Christmas entertainment at tho Third Avenue Baptist Church, Louisville, which for genuine mirth, enjoyment aud tho untrammeled supremacy of the littlo folks,as far as we are informed, has never been surpassed. Rev. Taylor is pastor of tho Church, and Mr. Sparks is Superin tendentof the Sunday School. The exercisei were by tho members of tho school nnd wore very fine, consisting of dialogues, declamations, songs and Tho enjoyment dialect recitations. of tho occasion was further heightened by tho songs of two young ladies from the Mosonlu Homo aud by this speeches of young gentlemen, we benevo from tho Theological oeimna ry. It was a night of pleasure for tho crowded house and, especially for tho littlo fellows, who were perfectly delighted with tho attention paid them by Santa Claus. This latter person ago was tho most natural wo have ever seen and added immensely to tho While wo failed to Imve occasion. the pleasure of his acquaintance, we wish to say ho is n thoroughbred SanMany appropriate presta Claus. ents were distributed and the crow al of tho paper During tho holidays it of Hartford have been greatly repaired and in some instnuccs rebuilt altogether, but considerable work is yet necessary to make the job complete. The wnlks out the Beaver Dam road arc not yet fiuished to tho town Hnv its. Some work is needed on South Market and West Mill Street and olh er places. In tho walk on the high bank near Mr. Crowe's, every teacher aud pupil will tell you that there nro some very dangcrons holes that twenty After minutes work would temedy. the walks aro laid this time it would be n good idea to have them laid with brick. They could bo built along as necessity demanded nnd in tho length of ten years, nt most, tho streets would have good pavements, instead of tho recurring death traps that aro our portion ns long as wo cling to tho plank walks. We believo tho presKINDEKHOOK. Jan. 1. After an absenco wo ent Board of Trustees have the grit to make tho change, What think como again with glad tidings of a happy Xew Year. they? Miss Ora Barnett, No Creole, spent Owensboho is just uow iti the last week in this community, tho throes of a very great excitement over guest of Mrs. J. W. Stevens. the killing ot Jim Kendell by Ly-mWillie Spcrior, wife and children, Pierce. Keudcll, who was n Whitesville, have returned to their stock trader and lived In the YeU homo after a threo weeks visit to vington neighborhood, came to town filled himself on whisky Wends and relatives in this vicinity. Monday and Wnrren Bennett, who is enirnifed and wrote Mrs. Pierce a note askin business at Oweusboro, spent seving her to meet him at the Planters House. Mrs. Pierce, not approving eral dnvH Inst week viitiiiir his sis-tMrs. Lillian Baird, of ibis place. of such a communication, gave tho Miss Gertrude Mills ?pont Christnote to her husband, who armed himself with a pistol and iu company with mas holidays visiting friends in Lahis wife, went to the Planters House, grange, Oldam county. James A. Caldwell, Seven Gums, where Pierce shot Kendell inflicting the afleots of Union county, is the guest of his sisa severe wound from which he has since died. Tho aflair ter, Mrs. Bottio Foster, at this writis made the more deplorable on the ing. C. II. Ellis spent several diys in account of the porminence of the parties. Mr, Pierce, besides being one of and near Sulphur Springs, during Owensboro'sbest citizens, is Deputy Christmas holidays. Win. Sheriff, and Kendell is from one of nrd and S.E. Bennett, each best families, n delivered a load of tobacco to Daviess county's brother-in-lato Cam Riley, a noted one day this week. lawyer of that place, and was onco Miss Belle Bryant, who has been very well to do, visiting tho family of G. J, Maple for some timo past, has returned to Ai.ni:nTE,Witfnfwho is confined in her homo in D.ivie&s county. the Louisville Jail for tho murder of Wilbur and Luther Barnett, of his wife, was brought before Judge Owcnsboro, spent hut week in Jackson, of that place for trial and Kinderhook. was only, by hard persuasion, kept Estell Bennett, littlo son of W. from pleading guilty. He said that P. Bennett, is visiting his sister, life in Jail was a torture to him and .Mrs. Win. Ward, of this placj. that he had about as soon be dead. Tho school at Alexander is in a It is reported inyesterday's dailies flourishing condition, under tho that at Bakcrsville, X. C., Wednesmanagement of our worthy young day, Calvin Snipe, tho murderer of fliemi, W. H. Barnei. Isaac Osborne was lynched and that in At the C. P. Church, Beda, Dec. defending him eleven of the Sheriffs 20, at o o'clock p. m., Robert Webb posse were killed and fully as many led to tho h menial aher.ono of Be-uof the mob also lost their lives. charming belles, Mis Annio daughter of Elijah The Kentucky Legislature will prob- Woodward, ably pass the appropriation for the Woodward. The solemn rites wero State's display at the Worlds Fair, by performed by Rev. Winkler in the presonco of a host of friends. Tho the timo tho Fair is over. attendants wero Misses Mattie Chinn, CoxfiitEM convened Wednesday Matilda Carson, Mary Woodward, after a recess through the holidays. Messrs Sherman Stevens, Stove Woodward and Alvis Bennett. Society in Hardinsburg. after tho cermony tho Hahdi.nswtimi, Dec. 111. Society happy couple and attendants repair1ms been as is usual during holidays, ed to the residence of J, W. Ste-ve- n, moreorIes3 excited in this place. brother-in-la- w of tho groom, Tho first event of importance, was a where a delightful repast awaited tea or supper given at the residence them. The next 'morning thoy loft of Mr. G. P. Jolly, Dec. 27, under League. for Virgil Turners, the home of the tho auspices of the Epworth It was something different from the groom, where thoy again partook of a usual way in which socials nre con- delicious dinner, after which thoy relady who attended turned to tho homo of tho bride, ducted. Each sent iu a basket of lunch. Mauy where awaited them another bountiof the baskets wero tastily decorated. ful repast, which had been prepared All were filled with eatables that by tho dainty hands of tho bride's would suit the tnsto of an Epicure. family. Tho young people both stand well Late in tho evening tho baskets wero put up and sold to tho highest bidder. in local society and wo wish for them The young men were the purchasers. a long and happy life. Daisy Deane. There were sixteen basket? nnd they brought ten dollars. Tho young men BEDA. who bought the basket ate the conJan. 3. Mr, and Mrs. Lee Sutton, whom tents with tho young lady to of near Whitesville, visited friends it belonged. Tho proceeds of the nnd relatives here Christmas. meeting, we understand, will aid in Bob Webb and Miss Anna Woodpurchasing pulpit chairs for the M, E, ward wero mnrried last Thursday evenChurch. Tlionilair is generally coning at bix o'clock in the O, P. Church, ceded to have been a blooming sue by Rev. W. S. Winkler. Tho attencess, dants wore, Messrs. Alvis Bennett, On Wednesday evening, Dec. 28th, Steven Woodward and Sherman Mr. nml Mrs. C. E. Haswell enterStevens, and Muses Mary Woodward, tained their friends, that in, miiuc of Matilda Carson ami Mattie Chiuu, At them, not all by any menus. After tho ceremony they repaired to eight o'clock, or there about, a tap- tho re&idcnco of John W. Stevens, per of superior merit was served, A where a bountiful supper awaited master turkey gobbler occupied a tathem. Tho young couplo nro very ble all to himself, and fully sustained May prominent in this community. the reputation of that noble bird a heaven's blessings rest upon them. tho king of fowls, as far as eating b Mivv4 Tula and Clara Bennett nro concerned. It was carved iu an ar on tho fcick list. tistic manner by Mr. John 1. lias-we- ll, Littlo Mary Park has pneumonia. Si. Wo cannot do justice to Leslies Bennett, who has been sick tho merits of the feast, A terrific on for pome time, is thought to bo some slaught was made upon tho vinudvin better. der which the table ginaucd, ami MUsC'leora Ward is visiting friends they disapcared bko magic, which in Oweusboro, fact wo think, is the highest compliC. M. Harnett, Owcnsboro, visited ment that can bo given to all concernhis father-in-laJ. A. Bennett, ed. Tho following were tho gucbts Sunday evening. Wedding bells aro still ringiug. of tho evening: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lillian. Mr. and Mrs. Haswell and family, Harwell, Mr. and Mrs John P. Teachers' Association. Morris Eskiidge, Mr. aud Mrs WiU Wo desire to again .call attention liam IlciHloy, Mrs. Fanny Ilaswoll, of the teachers of tho count to tho MissLucdoraIIaswcll,Mr. John P. fact that next Saturday, tho 7th, Is meeting. A program has Haswell, Jr., Miss Lizzie 0. Smith, tho time of been prepared and published, and it Miss Katio Eskrblge, Mr, Frank in hoped that alt will attend tho next Board, Mr. Godfrey Haswell, Muh meeting with u determination to effect Eva Hcnsloy and Mr. Jcssco R. a permanent organization, that will bo prepared to take up new subjects nnd investigate them. Tho teachers of On Friday eveuing, Deo. SOth, a the county have a most valuable libraparty was given at tho residence of ry ut their command, and tho best The, elito w'ay for tho larut number to bo benScott. Major Horace there enwu. efited by it is to unite in a systematic of tho town wcio way. If wo wish to over gain literary We have not timo or tho space to deprominence it must ho brought about scribe the toilets in which tho ludie? in this way. Your humble servants, wero nrrayed, It docs not matter, The Committee, however, how a Hardinsburg girl is an or, Liv-cmioro w Vs e, CLEARINGOUTSALES Beaver Dam On an after SATURDAY, JANUARY we proposo to move out our Of tho Condition of tho T 7, October 8, 1892. HKSOUKCES. Notca nml UHld Heal Estate Furniture nml N dt tho Closo of Business $17,271.17 11,000,00 Know all men, that 1 hnvo roloas-e- il my son, Fletcher T. Wilson, from all obligations to labor for mo ami have Bothhn'froo so far ns I am and will not bo rosponsihlo for any contacts ho may make, or other nets bo may perform. This December ttth J 802, Kosino, Ky. V. 1 WllON. It con-corned i 1,500.00 At greatly red need prices, for the sim- Expciiecs. 1,515,07 Cat on Iianu and in other ple reason that we must be ready for the 39,272.08 Banks SPRING TRADE. 81)2,580.22 MA11ILITIES. Our Clothing is NEAT, CLEAN nnd Capital Slock 825,000.00 Duo Hun1.. JJ0.00 FASHIONABLE, and a purchase out of Interest and Exchange. .. 3,718.51) 8(12,31 Reserve 2,250.00 Fund this stock is simply the BEST GOODS at Surplus Account 00,708.32 Deposit ?' clearing out prices, not autumn or refuse 81)2,580.22 goods. In old lines wc will make prices In Mihniitting tin no hog toftutc FA ST LINE that our Innine ha Monthly grown each mouth since our opening, and that will defy any competition. bv the iniwt careful, watchtulne. and tin c ' In CLOAKS wc hnvo a few garments 't!.itr,nvSi tfktf Ut' timt win picase tho most fastidious, that !:i;;:,,,t;::,;Hur;iv"r:i;;y tlio uuiiliilriii'c tlmt is lioiiii; so liberalCASEBIER'S 'BUS the next lew weeks, and at iv Wp m ... ropoi lire lice to nvrniniiioiluto the a TTrtTTrnTin ct .MKKT8 ALL DAILY wli nml every bimnws priCCS. (jrlVO them a lOOk. courtesy fl.iill lie extended to tliem, . F &r &-?28- Clothing, Cloaks and Soots CiSTBTER!-- . Fixtures. f m, 35TTT7TT ' 13W - iU liaUlO, U V.C linvn tl g()0(l .. !T TN"I? o " itriTT naj TT" .. .i o en.--e sluill mt'ety he cneri-X- U 01 '"" "lor fr;.MiNl.i or to ohtai.. Im. nce.l nei. dons H.Rvuxi:, Cmdiier. "KIPS," which wc do not propose to give away, but we propose to give every man a BARGAIN in a good boot who may call on us soon. It is business with us to close OKT3I3 BIWIWS IRON BITTERS Cures InilUftUoi, nillomiwu. rccommcrxl TO ALL. 2P3FtI023 mul (.onvrnl lcHllty. I'hsM-clan- s It. AlhWal- - n tell It. Gctmlno bas trade luarit aui cruticJ rel Unv on vrr&! !)tIIa, ' EME ALIKK. or THE these SPECIAL ATTENTION out, and business with the purchaser to get BANKHARTFDHO a cheap boot NOW in the Dead Winter. Given to the Traveling. tin I'Ium' ut Itiiilnr, J ii n Public. In genera! lines we arc ready for any trade. iMosorncKS. "Come uo See Us Ac Once." $.p9,:n7.0!l ICenl wlato Ji.nOO.OO . 1,000.00 Furniture and fiKtuied. Respectfully, HoihN 1,U1.07 AC ' h Tweatietb Seci-Ann- Shtescat 1K1U ' . HOCKER District Teachers' Associa tion. The teachers1 association of tbc Hartford Magisterial District will meet in the Col ere Hall ai Ilurtfnnl Saturday, Jauuary 21, 1893, at 10 o'clock a.m. with the following programme: The school book question J. I). Wilson and A. Lee IJennett. Intellectual training Prof. E. R Ray. Noon recess. AlTho cultivated mind Dr. exander. What our Common Schools nreoV ing J. W. Lytic and Dora E. Gib son. DobtMu Miit & - CO. Cation lmmU;in other hks I 10,420.71) S10rifS23.0ll LIABILITIES. Capital -- tuck $:?0f000.00 DepMt 70,708.20 Notice heri'hy irivou that the Due other Hunk lfi.05 ' 1,200.0' Articles of lucmoiation, pursuant Jvidem! I per cl.declared ' .00 to chapter T.0, Clonal Statues of IV"!!!1'' ft1? laNt ., r;' SI Kentuckv, of tho Gaines Coal Coin- 8105,82:1.0s) pany have been duly nckuowledyud and lodtnd for record iu tho Onio County Clerk's Offico. Tho naim-I, S, K, Cox, swear tho abovo to of tho Incorporators aro S. be correct. n. K. Cox, Pi:iiii:nt. Gaines and first-clas- s O. liead. Tho principal busiuev of tho Company Sworn to before inej this June HO, will bo mining ami dealing iu coal A.T.Nai.k, D.C.O.C.C, and hit inir and selling dry good, 1802. groceries notions &c, and doing A dividend of $1,00 it general merchandise hu?im?s,uml per pharo win thi day declared, pay-- ij itsprincip.il plncoof husinehVr on and after July 5, 1802. Kentucky. Tim caj iial stock of the company shall bo $20,000, di ' vided into 200 shares of ? 00 each, ' of which iofi'OJ has now hoensuh- scribed ami fully ynl up. The cor- -' poratiou bhall begin husiiiess on this' -- AND lay and continue for twontv-fiv- a oryeuw. u busmen shall ha en Tfl H il fl P SI f1 ' 1 K ducted by a President, Gem ral ISJ I MaingMr, Secretary and Treasurer, I LI I U U 1 1 1 LU and SuDeriuttmdunt. vi.t slmll tw i v v: ,. . . , 0 eiocio'i unnuany on lliObecuml .Monday in Uucomber iu each year. Tho To work right at homo. highest amount of indebtedness or I.OMHVIM.i;,!. MiriM .VTI'.X. It. tt liability tho Incorporation may inLisTille, St, Lr:i; b Ten: :il;ij, cur shall not exceed three-fourtof paiJ up stock of paid corporation. K'UIIMU.K IN 'i:kfi:ct NOV.I, 1M1. The private property of tho stockSo,63, n.At, WIiTllOl?M). Itiiii). Dally. holder? of tho Company shall bo exTo Kara Money Without any Hisk I.v. LnuDvillo 7.4) a.m. C 23 p.m. empt from liability for tho debts of II a. m, 7.20 p. m. Vt Point or lixpenso. Prim!n.urjr ft.l7a.in. K07 p. m. tho Company, Irvinjiton 9.4 a.m. 37p. m, Witness our hands this Oth day tit.aa a. m. U.21 p, m. StHpinMrt 10.41 a.m. u.iftp, m, Clnturport of I member, 1S02. Write at onco for particulars to 11:11a. in. to 10 p. m, lnpmrt 1l::tftn,in. 10 si p.m. W. S. Gaini:?, Incorporation Notice .J s Also keeps a Fcmi-annu- Written Thoughts Eva Pirtle. Educational jinpurs Richard Eos ter. Why we teach Katie Coombe?. Comic Declamation U. C. liar 1 nett Elements of succe in teaching D. B. Rhoads, J, M. Porter and O. M, Shultz. How to interest patron nml teach er E, K. Shultz and S. C. Stevens. All teachers and friends of education arc invited to attend. Doha E. Gin-oO. .M. bum. x, ! i S' Livery and Feed SI a hie, where you can have your Horses Fed. and el the hcsl of rigs day or night. f Jill!" Leave your ' S PHIIO ders wilh LIH S W ANTED rai : llnwr-Mill- burton. hs Our domestic, Minnie, ha a bright little girlt C. writes Mrs. L. mi m W. O. Ki:i. knows that her poor mother hashnd tho ByM, L, Ilravrin, Attorney for Sho Is from a consumpconsumption. tive family and had been on tho dechno said Compnny. till tho unerring "hcctle tiush" set in. Well I went for Dr. Fanner's Golden Relief, giving her 5 drops on a small I have .sovoral tip-lo- p duennd-hand- ed lump of sugar, evory 3 hours. I used It Hewing .Machines that 1 with her about ft month and you ought to seo tho changol Sho has become linJo would gladly trado for corn or hay. and buxom. I am knowing to soveral other cures of consumption by it." Write, or call and see me. Do not forget while using it In theso Gnoss Wn.UA.Ms. grave cases that it cures n burn in 5 minutes, or heals a bruise or fresh cut without trcro ever being nnyeoronesH swelling or matterating. Tho Injured For Rout. part can bo used without pain. It nlso The best law oflico in Hartford, apcures quickly summer complaints, and flux, and any disease whero thcro is Inply to John J, Mcllenry. tf flammation or pain. One tnblcspoonful cures La Orlppo. Money refunded if satisfaction not given. Never disapFO TJIKltftO'tp, points. fllPAxilnM Contains no opium, morphine Wcnkucu. Malaria. nnd JJIVU11U9 MRD or mineral poison. Tako a bottio s. Tvs iiion riTTir dealers It homo It enros q :"! it. For nalo b- - ell tocdicla tui ceuulm. wnt It VVS""- - Smith, SO North Washington St, tcrested in the 1UUCU IU J Rochester. N. Y.. "nnd I have be- CUIUU fnmilv. Poor thing1 fihq littlo 11 mm WKKKIA & co, OtiMiatnro li; Hpnttiwli Ar, Ut mlwon Hartford, Conn. I.v, f:STItOU.NI). 16 p. nit nil n, m. l.oi p. m. li.M p. m, h'JS p. it. 12 iW a. m. 'n,B2, No.M, Dally. Du'y n;lAp,m. n A H't(lllH OvrehJoro IpwDMrt IDn1roii 7.na,m, 7tlTR.in, .17 p.m. p. m, ft.tfn.tn. HaNTitln aovrrport (rplinaort IIEXin' WATTKHSON, Editor. Irinnlon Itraivlrntitiri! Ar, LuUvMe 9.11 A.m. fl.iop.m 10 ui a. m. 6 ft7 p. m. IU 21 a. in. 6.1tt p. m. H.02 a. in. 7.W p, in, 11:5') n,in. o)p,m K. Best Democratic Paper Pub. 61.00 a year. Wl IMInt 105 7.31 p. m, HOip.rn, 1.00 p.m. OOSp.in, a. m. p. m. Irvliigton (Pun.lny Tllle, Harlimtl.tir went Unrnl. Fur HAS THE JJest condensed news, Uesit storit'S, Uest miscellany, Host women's pnjo, Host childreu'H department, Host answers to correspond- TnalnaNAaMnna No, fii mako ronneellon at will, iraim on Koiiii. & W'citvm It, i,, tMi an4 lurtlirr Information, atUlrein H.O, MOUDUK,flfn,PaVAK't. I.oniiTilU, Ky. For Hont The Commercial Hotel, Call on or G, J, Bi:as. ddrcES, 575,00 to 5250,00 'iwsri preferred who run furnlh n lioran mi I lvej tlmlr wIiMhHiha to tho btiMinttN, Mpuro momenta may U profitaWy einplojod no. Aft w apanvlea in tovwn andcltlcM, It, r, JOII.N.SO.V .t iO 26th and Main t Ulchninnd, Va, TAX-PAYER- S! irKioVr. ONE DOLLAR roiiKliliif; EVERY HOUR part o( the country, who U willing tow urk Indui. irlouily at the omplorment which we furnlili. i he labor ! light nml plfiioant, nnd tou run no risk whatever. We lit you out compute, io that you can Re uminci n inai wiuioui expeniu to yourielf For thoie willing to do little work, tlili li the Kramleit otTcr matle( You can work aimay, or in trio eremite only, u )ou art) em plojrj, ami have a few pare houn at your till jioial, utilize them, and add to your Income, our builnciiwlll not Interfere at nil. You will be amazed on the itart at the rapidity and caio by which you umans Uollur tifoii dollflr,day In nnd day out. iCvm beftlnnert nru ucceiilul from tho Mrit hour. Any otic can run the builiuu none fall. You thoiild try nothing tUe until ou ee for yourtelf what you can do nt the builnrii which weolfrr. No capital Hiked. Womeu nru grand work en; nowaday they make ut much t men. They nhould trv thli builnen, n It l 10 well adnptM to them. Write nt once and ee for younelf, Addrou If. IIAM.KTT U CO.. U eailly earned I(unpa II daom rnuls to CoiihiiiniHIou. top tho cough nt once. ents departments, Dost editorials. It gives away bynnrone of either lex In anjr A.uarrlp, Jnltced HARRIS & REED, HAKBEKS. Opposite Sulzer and nearCloverport Hotel, Cloverport, Ky. A Freo Trip to Tho World's Fair, nnd countless other attractive nrcm turns, iroinndolltouwutoh, bicycle, organ or rillo, aro offered for a littlo' pleasant work near home, by tho pub Men of WIDE AWAKE. For full particular, freo, address W. F, Kel- logg. Box 188, Boston, Mass, 1C lm ie a valuahlo premium every day for tho largest club received, Sample copies of tho Weekly Courier-Journ- al will bo sent freo to .any address, You will do both yourself and me a by calling upon me or one of mydcp' utics and paying your taxes before the six la-v- or percent, penalty is. to COUItlUll-JOUKNA- L CO., Louisville, Ky. THIS REPUBLICAN and tho WEEKLY L will bo sent one year to any addross for 51.75, Address The nEPUB-- b OICAN, Hartford, Ky. COUUIEK-JOUHNA- Writo I added which will bo done tho first of November. Please attend to this matter at onco and save costs Hoi BHO, Vortlnnd, Mo. Yours, &c, S. C. TAYLOR, Sheriff Ohio Cq W Wr... a" FAIR PilUdi & -- i !9 "I GUESS NOT." Can't got them cheaper than that? I GUESS NOT. "Well it's the lowest price I ever heard of anyone giving for such goods." u5 USSN HOW? & mWSF Why at Fair Bros. Co.'s they arc rather better and rather cheaper. 'i IT'S THE SAME WITH EVERYTHING. Just Come and See. Liratford Temple of Fashion FAIR BROS. DAM & CO., HIGH Props SCHOOL packers' practical institute. SIMtlsJTsiSlONOPENS JAN. 3193. yjiMssassscsi rnrio:. Ill Ill In In J"niriwrr '"ok tkum of ten weeks. .3J5.75 . . . J)fU Ituoi InlpniudSite Department High ScIhmI Department Collegiate Derailment li'unl in private families Iiom 5 00 0.25 7.f0 2.0l to 82.25 per week. Wo have LWmm of Study to Hint all and very decidedly guarantee Soul ior circulars for further information. to all tanicM ttiuleuti. DOHA E. GIBSON, Vice 1'res. K. R. UA Y, PreMdent; Goto Nairn's and get your stylo collars. new Don't at fail to see tho stylet Carson & Co. of lints Watch this space ;ibr SCA'RSON & CO'S Dress Goods nt Kahn's Clothing House, has to bo sold out. For canned goods, nice fr:sh nients, &c.f call on May & Co. May it Co. have added canned fruits, Ac, to their meat business. horees, call on .Announcement mext week. For the best of rigs and saddle Cascbient Hurton, We have a flue lino of carpets,rugs, N Ac., at cost. Saiu & Sin. Why, Kfthn has tho only new line Go to see oi overcoats in Hartford them. wngon until you see and examine the Owcusboro, sold by C. Iy. i'lold. J)cn't buy a N.N, 4&M.V.R.R. ! i"Mffinrrifc Lcavo your orders with Casebier & conveyance to anil from Beaver Dam, Burtym fr Call on Casebier A Burton when iu totvn and have them to care for TRAINS LEAVE 11KAVKU DAM. TRAINS GOING WEST. No, 5, Hull and No. 7, Umeted your " horeo Kiprrs Kiprcsi EAST. 210 Mrs. Cawthou moved to the Hoovtown yesterday. Mr. 0. H. Hamilton, of the Ba zaar, has moved into tho Bennett .property on Mill Street. 11:30 r.n. er property iu the eastern part of M I TRAINS GOING No, 6t Mall and Eipress No. 8, Mmittd Express - l:r. ". 3 FKIDAY, JANUARY 0, 1893. t Rough River has had a sixteen foot For Salo. rise, which made havoc with tho ico A good farm containing 212 acres The river is falling rapidly. f cleared;good .of land, About Wo have just received a new lot of Lies .Improvements; well watered. miles South ofFordsvillo on tho overshoes. Come and get a supply. four Oausox & Co, . extension of tho Oweii8boro& Falls ol Rough railroad. For terms, call on or There were never such bargains address, John J. McIIknhy, ofllrcd'ia Hartford as tho Bazaar is Hartford, Ky. . 8 tt offering. Saha&Me. one-hal- Needing a tonic or children that want building Uii, kiM'um " nnOWN'H I HUN HITTERS Jndlgea- alarla. Tt li tdeaiantto tako. cure AUdealrakeplt. tion, and UlUousncea, I waut to handle and sell only cloth- ing, after March kt, '1)3, M. M. Kaiin. Col. lleatty, who was so seriously PERSONAL wounded nt Cromwell Christmas eve, is recovering and will be out again W.A.Gibson spent Inst week in before long. Louisville. Ji you want a good horse and bug-p- y( Pendleton Tyro started down the (J. 1 Harder, FonUville, wns iu the a pleapantrido to Heaver Dam, River the firet of the week with his city this week. or a good feed for your horse, call on raft of barrels, but found the river J. J. Terry, Caneyville, called to 0. L. FlcM. gorged with Ico at Hills Hlull and had see us yesterday. Dr. J. R. Pirtlo will return to Nash The Cobweb party given the Fort to return. ville nightly Club by Mfocs Mary and EN The young ladies of the Baptist Dr. S. J, Wedding Roeine, was in la Cox last Friday night was a highly Church will givo a candy pulling tothe city yesterday, enjoyable affair. night at Mrs. W. G. Hurdwick's, Frank Stanley, Rochester, was in Why not go to the Clothing IIouso tho proceeds to bo donated towards tho city this week. making n payment on tho Church at once and buy what you waut. Captain Moso Ilerrcl. Rochester. You have to go to Kahn's to get debt. Tho enterprise of the worthy was in town this week, young ladies deserves for tho affair a what you ask for. A. 8. Aull, Esq., Sulphur Springs, liberal patronage and it is to ho hoped was in town Wednesday, Since ten o'clock Tuesday this ee that Hartford's gallants will ' provo IJ UjMljnfl A i"tl J, D. McDanicl, Olatou, was a !ku bce.i ao unfortunate as to bo equal to tho emergency. They have the recipient of no less than sixteen never yet been weighed and found pleasant caller this week. W. E. Morton, Ceralvo, arrived poems on "Beautiful Snow," wanting. Boys, this is your year and in tho city yesterday eve. All of my Dry goods and Ladies this tho first occasion to show your John L. Barnett, Owcnsboro, spent nhors will he Fold at Cost, from this hand. Sunday with friends in Kinderhook. &c!, day until .March 1st, '():J. Wishing to convert theTradePalaco II, Roberts and S A. Anderson made M. M. Kaiin. into a Mammoth Clothing House, on afljing trip to Central City Sunday. Our stock of hoots and shoea is ly, I propose to sell my cntiro line of Col. C. M. Barnett, Oncnsboro, complete and as good as ever came to Dry Goods and Ladies and Cbil-dre- spent Saturday night and Sunday in We Shoes by March 1, at or below town. Hartford. Come and give us a trial. cost. They must go nt whatever Caiwon & Co. John W. Greep and W. M. facrificc, as I wish to handle only Coombes, Adaburg, called to see us Don't forget that 11. 0. Pace, tlio Clothing and Gents Furnishing Goods. Monday, tonporialartidt, is again at his old If, however, my lino of Dry Goods Miss Clara Denton has returned to stand on Market Street, better preand Shoes is not sold by the first school after a week's visit to her homo pared than ever to please his custo necesof March, I wilt nt that tiino at Robards. mere. bring on tho largest stock ever brought After a weeks vacation, Prof, 0, M. Sbulu returned to his work in tho to Ohio emintv. The candy pulling at V. 0. Ilard-wicKaiiks Clothing HoUrfn. College Monday. tonight by the young ladies ot Miss Elvft Morton returned home the HaplistChuich should bo well atMr. G, C. Butler and family, of the Sunday from Robards, whero she had tended. Ld cvciybody come and Cromwefl commumty, left yesterday spent the holidays. We bring somebody else with him. for Heir City, Kansas, where they J. W.O'Bauon, tho Deputy Sher IJring your produce to Carson & will makes their futuic home. Mr. iff from Select, made us a very pleas Co., and get anything that you may Butler has a wide acquaintance over ant call yesterday. counRev. J. R. McAfee has returned to need in dry goods, boots, shoe, huts, the county; has been a successful farmer and business man and his many school after a week's visit to bis homo notion-groceries, furniture, in fact friends regret to lose him, but all in Elkton, Todd county. everything usually kept in a general Miss SallioCato, who has been vis, join us in wishing him much success frtore. iting friends in St. Louis and Henin his adopted home. He is a mem Mrs. Lucy Park, wifo of Charles ber ul a butcher firm doinc a large derson, hns returned home. C. M. Cole, after spending the We Park, Hayti, died Tuesday night of business in Weir City and known as holidays with his father's family, at consumption, alter an illness of many the Butler Company, composed of Sulphur Springs, canio homo Tuea months. 1 ho remains were interred himself and Will and Owen Butler, day. in the Hnyti Cemetery Wednesday formerly of this county. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Guffv and evening. li ttlo daughter. Mereedes and C. L. A Bargain. I now have for salo two fiuo blood Hard wick attended the Ball at Ros While Prof. J. D. Coleman was ino, Friday night. paying the old folks n few days visit ed race horses. One of them is Tom Miss Clara Davisson, one of Fords-villduring the holidays, he received a Nichols, the celebrated thoroughpretty little Misses, spent tho bred stallion, and the other is Bon holidays with her very pressing notice from tho Frank sister, Mrs. C. E. fort young ladies to come back to tho Fune, a thoroughbred. race hor6e,both Loyd, Louisville Capital City at once. Ho left last of nntional reputation. Both horses Robert Keown, Fordsville, memJ are sure foal getters and can show as ber of Capt. Turner's corps of enlluirsdny week. nne a lot or cons as was ever seeu gineers on the new railroad, spent Charles M. Pendleton, of Louis anywhere, These horees must and last night in tho city. ville, and Mrs, Lillie Thompson, of will bo sold at a bargain, so if Albert Patterson, Nash, Texas, you Bullitt county, were married at tho want to buy, do so at once. Call on who has been visiting his parents, near Prentis, for several weeks, was Cathedral, January the 1st. Charlie is or address mo at Beaver Dam, Ky. in town a few days the first of the nn old Ohio county boy, nud has 17 tf Horace Bahnes. week. many friends hero who wish him much success and bappincs?. Resolutions of Respect Hold up at Shreve. Death Las again entered our circle, Ono day last week Milton Loyd An elegant supper was given nt the Wedding Ilotine, Rosiue, last Friday went to Nat Moxley to borrow $1.50, broken the cham and summoned from our midst one whose membership was night and a big danco at Raley's which tho latter let him have. MoxHall. It was tho ovent of the season ley, who is connected with tho tobac- beneficial to the virtues of our order. Mary H. Duncan Lodge No. 25, and everybody enjoyed it. Hartford, co busines3 at Shreve, had a considerable amount of money at the time Daughters of Rebekah, was called to Central City, Canoyvillo and other neighboring towns were well repre- and Loyd thought he saw n good gethor on tho evening of the 17th of cbnnco to make a haul. So that December, 1892, to pay the last sad sented. night he waylaid Moxley on the rites to one we loved. In view of our Tho newly elected Sheriff and Cir- way home and as he came up called loss and as a feeblo expression of our cuit Clerk were qualified Monday. him to hall. Moxley Duu-ca- n nt first treated sorrow, as members of Mary H. Shcrill J P. Stevens has ccnuected it as a joke and laughed Lodge No. 25, Daughters of at Loyd, but with him as deputies, Messrs. J. Will tho would-b- e we do adopt tho following robber was not to be O'Bannon, Select, and W. A. Rone, put oiTthat way. Ho knocked his resolutions of our committee: Centertown. Two others will be ap- victim off of his horse Wiiuhkas, We have been called with a club pointed. Mr. G. B. Likens has Mr. nud proceeded to riilo his upon in the last few days to perform pockets. W. G. Hnrdwiek as deputy. He, however, succeeded in finding ono of the saddest of life's duties to carry to her last resting place our Thw is a week of prayer at the only another $1.50 and sneaked away. sister, Elenora Taylor tlieretore be it Methodist Church, pervices being Recognizing that he had made a RraoLVCD, Thai the members of mistake, ho eeutbis brother, tho next held every night. Rev. J. T. RunnOnpo&ite City Scales. this Lodge cherish her many virtues, B. DRIVER, Manager. morning to Moxley to get a compro ing, of KIkton, is expected Monday Wedoworkas cheap as anybody, quality considered. Repairing and and peace bo to our just sister's mem mise, but Moxley replied that tho to begin n revival. Ho is not unory; let it grow green with years nud repainting done promptly. Givo ua a call. BUGGIES FROM $35 UP. known to tho people of our county Court House was the place to settle it and so Loyd skipped and at tho time blossom through tho flight of ages in and his powerful eloquence and logic eternity. accompanied by the power of God of going to press nothing further has Resolved, That wo extend to the been heard of hinr. will, it is hoped, turn many souls d bereaved husband and children our So. Christward. heart-fe- lt Ward-Bonnot- t. sympathies, and with them Mr. Ed. Ward, No Creek, and Miss mingle our tears of sorrow in the sad Tho Court of Claims met Monday with a full attendance. R. T. Ren- Mary Bennett, Kinderhook, were event which has deprived them of a ROOMY, married at tho residence of the bride's loving wife and mother and us of a der, S. L. Fulkerson, C. L. Woodward, S. T. Stevens, W. P. Bennett, father, Mr. I,. M. Bennett, at 2 friend aud sister. Resolved, That our charter bo W. M. Autry, Joseph MoKinley, o'clock yesterday evening. Tho conW. P. Ellis, Eddie Miller, J. W. tracting parties are deservedly pupus draped in mourning for thirty days aud that a page of tho records bo Turner, A. S. Keown, II, F. Myers, lar in their social circles, and the wishes them a long and dedicated to her memory, and that a Justices; J. P. Morton, Judgo, and P. copy of the6e resolutions be sent to L. Felix, Attorney. It has been happy life. the family of the deceased and a copy quite a pleasant session and adjourns Ford-Bell- . be forwarded to tho Hartford Herald todiy. 49" Send for caUlogue of The Hartford Houso was tho scene aud Republican for publication. our full lint of two and Mr, E. B. Ransdell, tho new and last Sunday of a very pleasant marfourwttecltd work. Dear sister, what sweet remembrances polite young clerk nt Kahn's Popular riage. Tho contracting parties being Steal on with the twilight hours, Clothing House, is an energetic bu&i Mr. Thomas J. Ford, Centertown, Of days when thy hmilo was the light D. M. of home, business and Miss Sarah J. Bell, Buford. Wo Deft man, having been in And thy love its brightest flowers; iu Hnrrodsburg and Louisville, where wish them much happiness. But, ahl like a sunbeam flitting past, bo has been quite successful. He Has vanished that happy dream, will bo glad to have tho trading public At Louisville. For the angel of death his shadow cast The United W. S. Cleveland Mincall on him in his new place. Mrs. Where the light of hope has beamed. I . . J b rtl(rvr v Ilia I1 liMI. U'liil riuill tmm tli A lull nflanta nf lilt I l.lnn. Tobwa IWCft) tT t J iiIIa II iftll Mtn ttlllW tl l. (VIUUCJ UII Ransdell came down on Saturday strel will be at McCauIoy's Theatre, So disease, ltlicutmtlam. Imllcrutlcm. iHtneDsiti. lpv.Iciml ol weaknrmi. or thr nnr happy with that chosen band, wru-Electricity will cure ou and kocpyou In health. (llVadftcha raliava4 and they have taken rooms at tho Louisville, on Jan. 0 10 and 11, with Whose sins are all forgiven, ELECTRIC BELT Benl to anv ono on trial, free. UK. JUDO S tho greatest minstrel show on earth. A star to light life's shadowy path Hartford IIouso for n time. 11.50.810. and 115. tf satisfied. Also Electric Trusnen nnd Box BatterlM. nothing to try them, Can t regulated to suit, and guaranteed to last tor years. A Belt and Coit Those of our people who visit tho And guide us nearer Heaveu; Battery combined, and produce suRfcient Electricity to hock. Preo Medical adrlce. Writs Col. S. R. Dent, tho popular repmeasure, city at that time should not fail to at- And, 0, sweet sister, when life is done Olts waist Wanted. prico and full particulars , Address DR. JCDD, Detroit. Aud we lay down its burden of care, Agents resentative of tho United States Lifo tend as it is a chaoce of a lifo time. With love's glad greeting 1 know Insurnuco Company, has been in town you'll come this week. Col. Dent has ono of tho Town Taxes. Aud be first to welcome us there. very best Companies doing business Those who havo not paid their Nellie Millek, ") -in tho State, a Company that gives town taxes are earnestly requested to Com. P. (i. UaRGAL WXTJX-,XiJM:& 1 must make settletho very best of Insutuuce and the do so at once. Annie Tayloh, ) ment soon and your prompt a'ction in quickest payments. Its record for the matter will ho appreciated and tho past year iu tho couuty has will save time and trouble. WOES THE FINEST AND CHEAPEST! eclipsed everything iu the lifo insui Res'y, W. P. Thomas. ranco lino, both as ragards numbers -- FOR THE ami amount? of policies written and DKU.VICVNESS, or the LIQUOR irAIIIT t'tirrd nt lloraeln TenDfijm also prompt payments. by julniliiUtvrJii Dr. l!nlne Golden Specific, Elsewhere iu this issuo will be found It can bo Ivon Iu gUs of beer, r cup ofcoflee the spriug announcement of Beaver or tt'H, or In looJ, without tlio knof1edgo of the s Republican Horse-shoein- g Dam High School and Teachers' put lent. ItiaaUolutriylmrmlefltf, and will nflVct n permanent n! apecily cure, whether the paPractical Iustitute, of which Prof, E. tient ItamoJereratedrlnkerorftualcoholiowreck. R. Ray is President and Miss Dora It hai been given In a thousand cusei, anj In every case a perfect curj lua followed4 It norer E. Gibson, Vice President. Both all. Tho item once Impregnated with the --ANDpcclflc, It becomes an utter Impossibility for are rl Mm lvo achieved liquor appetite to eilst. Cures giuiriitced, tho 48 nn ev abI reputation in the teachers' pAge hook or particulars free. Adlres , the m BACK Ntreet t'mcln CO. profession. Persons desiring to at school at a email out- nattl,OMo, tend a first-cla- ss lay of money would do well to look Happy and content U a home with " The Ro into tho merits of this worthy institucbetttr I a lamp with the light of the mornlaff. CUJofiuea,writo Rochester Lamp Co.,NowYort tion, You can't nfTord to misfttbo bargains nt tho JJnznar, for tliey aro bcIN ing rcgnnllcsg of cost In order U close out. B mk BARGAINS!! AT of-fl- J!f I k'a Having decided to close out our stock of Dry Goods, we invite you to call and get a great bargain. will sell you goods regardless of cost in order to close out our stock within the next 60 days. It is not sary to mention prices,for every thing has been reduced and must go at some price. can save you more money than any house in the Green River try, and you should accept this chance and lay in a stock of c's at low figures. mean just what we say, and in order to be convinced, just call and see us and we feel sure you can not leave without buying a large goods bill. SARA & ME. Hartford, Ky. OxieiisborO b, Quo" .eww, 6u LIGHT. ELEGANT. . ""tfm Sechler Carriage Co., Moline, I . A AM 1 11 FREE! T. ID -- SUBSCRIBE BLACKSMITHING. a Mm ecialty. A large stock of best modern P.ows, and all kinds of FarmCall on him. ! ing Implements on hand. Ifnlli J 0. WILLIAMS. Beaver Dam, , y.x' r : . C j y- s ia t r"l' mmtmmmmamammmxmmmaamm Hartford Republican FRIDAY of all, his pants that oTUAlTvrrsOnT HAKDINSBURG. Miss Mary E Bowmcr is making nil extended visit to friends in Owcnebo-r- o, Earlington and Mnrii&onvillc, Miss Lucy Frank, a vivacious and accomplished youug lady of Bewlcy ville, is in town, tbo guest of Miss Lillio Scott, Mr. Henry M. Eakridgo, Secretary of the McIIeary Coal Co., was hero last week in the hands of his friends. Mr. Graham Eskridgc, of tho Coal Co., and Mr. Thomas Bowmer, of tho L. fc NM wero at homo during a portion of tho holidays. Prof. It. P. Shacklett was recently on the sick list. The social event of tho season nt this place wilicorao offJanunry 9th. The Hardinsburg Fieh nud Gatno Club announce their annual banquet on tho evening of that day. The following portion of an editorial in the Breckcnridge News is, to say tho least of it, highly interesting: "Asthetirao for seating the new Democratic Administration approaches, the thirst f:r office nmoug Demo This is probably crats increases. natural and just." A definition of the verb scat, and thoono wo presume intended to be used by the Ncw'a of fice cat, is as follows: "To repair by making the scat new; as to seat a garment." Now what is it that has caused the seat of the New Democratic Administration to wear out this early in the day? If it wears out so soon before coming into power, how can it bo expected to stand tho wear and tear that will be brought to bear upon The it after coming into power. News does well to intimate that tho New Administration will bo seated shortly. It will be well to put nn iron clad seat on it. But wo are informed that as the time approaches for this time, the thirst for office nmoug tho This is a unterrified will increase. frank admision of facts. Tho admission is made franker by the statement that this is not only "natural but just." It is just, it is justice. Therefore nbout tho fourth nf next March, there will be such a denial of a clamoring for justice as was never heard in this land before. Lawyers, ns a rule, never "cuss." Their piety is proverbial. It might be well to admit, however, that sonic heathen people consider them licious as well as pious. There is an excep tion to many rules. There is an ex ccption to tho ouo stated, This exception generally occurs during tho term of a Quarterly Court, If there is any thing any where, that will excite tho indignation of an intelligent person, it is certainly the way business is carried on in a Quarterly Court. A Quarterly Court as a general thing is entirely unsatisfactory to tho legal A leading cause for this fraternity. dissatisfaction may he found in tho fact that our County Judges are often men uulearncd in the law. Be Bides these officers arc often dilatory in bci ving processes, subpoenas etc. An argument that may be used in favor of this Court, that Judgement maybe obtained more speedily in this Court than by waiting for tho Circuit Court. The jurisdiction of a Quarterly Court cxteuds to 200,00, Justices' Courts, it seems are necessary evils. Matters of trivial importance may bo tried there. Where the amount in controversy is over 50 it can be placed in the Circuit Court. Now that the new Constitution has provided that no less than three Circuit Courts shall be held in each county every year, Judgments can be obtained almost if not as speedily a in a Quarterly Court. The Quarterly Court, therefore, in our opinion, has seen its best day. The wise men who made our Constitution saw fit to While provide for fewer elections. they were in the curtailing business they might have lopped off the Quarterly Court. It would undoubtedly have obliged a host of tired aud dife gusted Attorneys, Mc-Hen- onco were models of tho tailors pkill, pbor evident They bag at sign of dctcrioation. tho knee badly, and also at the vent, But the bagging is not all. Patches plainly visible to tho nuked eyo, on either side of the scat, Tho patches, of course, being elected by tho artistic eye of tho latter half, is generally made of some highly colored variegated goods that make a striking contrast with tho main body to np-pc- ai THE TRANSFORMATION SCENE"" Ami her huiA She u as tlinrmlna nml ularmlnt. With her ili1itlWhnpo liu rclt;ncd tho b&U The unmarried Alwn tarried When rOio klpit-- nnd ilio tripled As nn angel In tho trnmformitloii tieno. In her poses MM tho roc, Ah, her daucliitf wa cntrnnclnp, Ami bcultcblnaly crnplilc wiw her mien. Inherence Icts'titiwtu &B$&&&& 4 tew fad. jssk ' I 'flirec I liffle kilkos. soiled heir wiia IIIVI fDKi milm, W,3 yjn ui( hiuil niw itiii in w iu uui We which they aro attached, the deem it unnecessary to pernio harrowing subject any farther. IloniN Hood. Too, jtt mjMlc. Fiiucy tfftlhstniil so phasing Wo thU seraph In tho transformation fcene. Ifouquctsitplindlil Necr imli'il In a hmur for her dower. Ami her t riuinphs i xed tho premier's cm loua spleen; She win lauded . Anil applauded. ' And the oddest was leu modest Than tho nn?tl In tho transformation Fccnct Aln aj ft smiling. Hearts beguiling. Youths quite nippy thought her happy, As the) gazed aud gazed aud ilcemcd her llfo serene; Thero a story To thN glory. sprightly told It nightly Fho so As tbo angel In tho transformation eeene. In tho city Oli, tho pit) Thcro Is sorrow evir morrow That the patient, ll Ing tnul must c er screen. And tho Hitter There Is hurry, thero h worry Forthonngcl In tho transformation scene. Wild tho snowing Ami tho Mow Ing, By tho feigning ami tho d Ing, Eco llinllsllc, NF lication on tho continent, and tho publishers of The Canadian Mu- - (?) sic Folio aro offcrim? a Prio CommstUion in connection with it. tho solo object being to attract attention to their handsomo publication (ft and increase tho circulation of it. As to tho reliability of The Ca- - Yf nadian Music Folio Company, and tho estimation in which they aro T hold in Toronto, Canada, whero thoy nro best known, contestants ) in this competition nro referred to any of tho "Mercantile Aincies' & t!,o stuto- - ,a or leading Daily Newspaper of Canada, who will tnent that wo aw tho only homo in tho Competition 1mrium in W Canada that faithfully carries out wliat it ndu'rlic?, und furthrr- - $ rnoret"Oura" is tho only advertisement of this hind that The Toronto fjj) Gloho, tho leading Canadian Newspaper, will accept, which is hut X, Atotuor proof ot our integrity M-i'y ,Trrtxsr7nKrars322Errrsiiv-EXPLANATION. Tho following misplaced letters constitute wlion properly arranged tho nnmo of tho most popular muiii pub- - T ? i - J VOAKETTE "i k nn reroiTjGil Mgu s.-- ?- V Soap ii'r Mf ilcse little kittens, Quickl A Wm Sotruft. hue JSii ujia &sled tljeir iqittens WHAT THE CROWDS LIKE. Verbal TiiKto Froth bim! fcpurMe Suit Their lU'ttcr Than Solid Logic, Tbo piMihepi ttt lheliiitnl!iiii Music S'oIIiihiM gio nn IVgmt ipm of Inv lag Hnrf with t'ltrriiir ind llnrntti 4'ninli,tr. vluM ntS"i'. ciwlrrnl rt ti II rr in tlir Hrt u ron wm (iiimrr iu tli? anypvtafth" TntM nn i D c S F ICC IT A I M ALU A 2 . PC fe f U And their "Were as brigl Soap-Ma- de &njsbed e&cb stdin, mitten!, ain only by St.Louis. enid soft &s nev CLftlRETTE tir N.K.Fairbank&Co- .- In tho past qunrter of a century only threo inon havo ever bald anything in n national political convention which tho general public remembered. Thosowcro Roscoo Conk-linwhen ho nominated Grant, Robert Ingersoll when ho nominated Dlaino and General Bragg when ho seconded tho nomination of Cleveland eight years ngo. Even Depow, graceful tablo talker that ho is, wearied tho Minneapolis convention by a speech which had nothing remarkable- about it except its inordinate length. Ho was a siul disappointment. Much was promised for Mr. Do Witt, of Brooklyn, when ho camo to uominato Governor Hill nt Chicago, but tho reports of Ids speech indicate that it was turgid, "dry as summer dust," and altogether dreary. Ho endeavored to "rise to an occasion," but tho occasion eluded him, nnd his effort did him no credit. Tho troublo with tho average orator is that ho foils to catch the spirit of thoso whom ho addresses. It seldom occurs to him that an impatient crowd can only bo reasoned with in tho lightest lines of speech; that crisp, bright, sententious declarations aro accepted with shouts whero argument would fall upon unwilling ears, aud that oratorical greatness can only bo achieved by striking out from the beaten paths. But it frequently happens that in tho effort to depart from tho old lines of thought tho orator only betrays his weakness aud meets with failure whero ho had expected biiccess. Tho truth is, men will not listen to tho reading of a president's message; neither will they hear nor heed the announcement of comparative statistics. These things they can read with profit aud plefl&uro in their own homes, at their own times and in their own way. When they get together In a public assemblage the l resultant contact develops tho in them. They aro exhilarated, nervous, full of magnetism, restless and in anticipation of something that will give them an opportunity to "uncork themselves." Tho man who can supply this want is tho successful convention orator. Ho may accomplish it in various ways and by interesting methods, but ho must adhere to the one principle of directness and clearness. Ho must bo brief and bright, strong in lung power and distinct in enunciation. These qualities bring relief to tho overstrained nerves and sensibilities of a vast audience, and tho reflected magnetism thereafter carries forward together tho orator aud tho listener. St. Louis Republic. g aui-ma- Piut tin glitter h u Oh, tho bleMlnfft And carnslngs! 'Mid no roea hero sho poes As tho nugel In tho transformation scene! M. H. Hoscufcld in New York Clipper. a daughter oVr her pallid mother lean. Tho Dear, Innocent Little Thing. Ethel, aped four, hail retired for tho night when her mother asked if eho hud said her prayers. "No, mamma' was her reply. "I was tired au I aked God to scuso me. Ho said, 'Certainly, MNs Ethel; don't mention it.1" Now York Times. ML?s Rush valley, Utah, has n mino of An analysis of tho peculiar stuff reveals tho fact that it is composed of 10 per cent, of carton, IS percent, of bitumen and tho remainder aluminium, almost pure. natural shoo blacking. dplrH) wiOi rntnmnllp Tlro.tn t ithiM lll lojiHtn nn r t.ni nit I Ay L'ftiiifTio Din. mftn'i 5oII4 (Jolrt Mnfch, tnhlrd ml 511, to tfoutli will U vxf mtinil Itlfiflr. il.lt'ft or Mentis mtn'. to tho flft h will ,r nivi n nn I I. Jitit i Iilitu tiln. niTNorifO, OU plo(f)v to the Pisth iKwlw Uti-lMo,!i iti: -' in tho pfTrntlirhntflft of B!l.flM Tlolto, IJullnr. llmio p Miiuilitlln Ipnit. mlith a ih" noilnk riitnorn; to th ninth I renrh Mnnlrl i tvvU, to th- t n s m Vntl'pio AlUcr It ft nqiH't l.tup; t'Mlu' tlMrnlli Hm1 UiHft'tli'r Toltrl St il I" flnr pttrtr.(lil liiuiitr! Oiirrti UIiimh tiint in t tl lo tho tirrltth orrtrrof tncrlt. Tho Only ruitiUtlnim nn tr ntuii tnttlitor tim- I .a ujimtiiI rrn u, nn iinil n "vm itli trr ortlip nlxtto tlii ro wira ' ! tn il umtih ii t tr Muposlncc Mlampi for n" " i r n ,s (ot-n- i trkut r"fitl N niirirl h lir- p m id whno ruvelopf m I n , nml prr nMnn ijual kn w citlorof ntoru Tin Hit- merit of nhitjon nrifHtinif To thprrinn .,nhnitli 'ito irtit uncrui M unm in pouMiit l!rtt.!il VU nnn, ilutt it 5Mi, io imp flit in'rnn fmn th t nlu , m ti un tunvir II mil .pi in. r h a Gfiitlnnn' Tine 4ol(l Sintlor. ualrti, n!iu ti iriktih - u Siuol I fr. m tin nsmnll (MhfilrAl umnjut tinuri. ami tilunl nt v i (i Tin, ItlrrloittiT mnkr) riifiitinit tnn tn Hi ii.mt km ittiiu sIImuimh riu nI per OnU Vu (Xiii, to tho li'itrtlt from Om fti Anllti i'i. lltltoom Milt i - jmi.riu tNiuio ht liiin4Ainnxrtrntlirv Trn a !i iiutrui li iin t tiuin Hi it 11 mIm 'ui turli4 toami lttnp, totho Sllrr frouit t th Sfiiiui,to thtMijihih ot u mntw I'i on lut 1 lilii.i It a .)mIcp 4IIt un th t tnu tirli a 1'ip ninth from (t it 1'IWi Sot, nli Krritch hlna nvny 'Jm ml ni ' t other ru in ml r r t in. rll. hM (if thru hh til hi n iluiMt t Ho fhnll 5c t h r&v tc tniu iir Uiin or piikii Tin nifttiy pndniJi'orni! nnTrr )ri7i . of tho loftitiiij prire.vriuntr, will lo n1dihri hionnnot tiin tlth imr mhi M - tit' nirnr In oiilmi;in.wpnHn tiott inonth itlMttu raliK th ininc iMif of tMir I ' MJ" Wo h null. dint i i il Iimi utnti)ir oil i it t wim.m only MUoa Mitijinino tttinir . m ure to wm tour ptroiiftk'o. Yiv Uwv mitlii. d tin iiojudm tint tin Hit ln h PriMtoartitlon tnutklit ni Iuth) uti in1 ulou- - puh iht roft "1'iko Joum ' iti.i , .t n o Imto n- ndti rlif I t ctemliihtf, lit Un a n vt nthnu wt in met. tndn m' hate nTertitd. Ihl- inonth ine ioiitun tho fullnun x njrlulit ntu-- h ,iorpnitVMT'tf "lmrj h . -II rn "Mm"juh Hiil.ittlodlrl, lhn t Crj."im d nn,.i it r n t in nare, iiiro tt -- Hi n ti .i ., w w i : ft ft I -i .i. Tlje Hu-r- , . ;n -t iir fTAtentcil In VuHal NMr aiidCanada. $mbni asl It Ti'! ft ister, lrarAtiitOtiiir. wlwt t nnd liUterlnft AUnchmMK h.xh cAMh ami crllt P&Wt. In !i-- -- la n Prnrtlral Inrlilnr, Apprrct ltd b 1'ructlrul lluntncM Hcb Motm hin itloti r- Htrio i rinr Imndnonitdr fnrnWifrl Comhtaitf! -- lt Iinlv. I n-- rs It rtfiifiU It locoriUd It lteiiiian ni nrt ptdd It f- ic iiuililct'ii lo trie on accoiibI. irAniactloQS ns ift -- , w t I Mt7 '"l pi. in nil "Mr Mother Kl" (im' ) "turr um If thl4 tn not hr far tho nn (tt t fnltio otiitr "vr in thotnu-- i tun Mtllt Itld U N r ui u m tn .) tl.j.t rkiiimtkt Hill refund m nniioivr without inMlr-- i uit Uhiii m ii nn ir .v.idi . nntcontilnJti cent In tmns within thirl) iUp n'ti r tht I . i lnt iu, i I)AR1 MlC. TAN EAST GTROUDSOURC, PA. CO L .1-1- It ttlUUn ndlfTfrvnlllnfH of po.Ii It Hum tho truiivirtloiH of rndiaJeri, It mnkr ft rnrr m nihn It kti ptan hoiirt muti honoit nnd a f rill not May (nro It lnleuoo, tlinnnj m'T, It II1mw hi rout i ter. i tniiuh t wt for IIm If mmiT t1int r.oiitnuhlno Uuetl Mpurftlely tnd xr rati i yd for IwoTrtn. 1 or full iwirtUul.irsnddiT 9 (. 1 IJL-- L. Tho English havo tho ehoico of 270 religions in tho United Kingdom, and their tasto for sensational novels is shown when HO per cent, of tho hooks published belong to that class. CANADIAN MUSIC VI' s FOLIO, i Your Vi voriio Homo Newspaper AM) "7 r': and with m05I AND TO &&&&&&&?&& '. Hintion Ihlx pnprr. Toronto, Canada. The Leading Republican Family Paper of the Unttcd Stefcs, For on ft $1.35, Cash in Advance. THE. BE PUB LICAN (iive-nil powns any other paper out it. the news of Town, County ami State, and rn much National o( itela-- '. Your home would he incomplete witfc Kew York' Weekly LOUSVILLE MEMPHIS, , 1 Sleeping Cars' m sip 7 wI&lAj i i w',,B ifiiVviifRjSivfl t and tfu Mparv Iltime PULLMAN BUFFET MM'isviM.r.iintPiiivHJtsiirn hato. notsn.niirt xr.xv urlkint, Meinplil. rtn Tho Quick and New new? of the U. P, Il V It givt the t vent- ot foreign land- in a mit'hcll. Tfc 'U artteent'i foi Tlie Family ' irele, and our Young Folk?. d i S cut the admiration of wives and tlntig'ttnr. Itge ml p'dilt al new-cilitiuiaU and tlircii'MotH are eoinprehfnnrr, It Auneiilttiral deparlmoiit Inn no superior hiilliant nud v t he country. Ih Market lteinitr ato reeognieil authority in nil part? nf trie V Special Contract eiuhles Ian I. Journal nml Th ih to oiler this Na dtional Family Paper, ami gives all the general w Tribun, rid. - eolum-comman- , n Desirable Route Per Oxlsr d3l,?.s per y&tiJ?. Y. Trthuue, regular price per lur one tear TO AM) I'OM ILirUud Kepuldicnn " Tork Philadelphia Hiltlmoro Wnhlngtnn Norfolk (lid Point Utcditnoiid car... '""., Total. .81.00 CO Muthlo Clovotntul Toledo C'hicno Intiliinapolii ClnL'Innntl LouiviHo I 0, Ens torn nnd Northonstorn Points nml Wclurnish both Papers one yonr for $1.95, Stil'cnptiou may Address all onleia to Momplilfl VieKsburg Union Konge New Orlean Mobile Mltle ltoek Hot Spring and point In Wo&t Tonnes-ic- o .MisIetppi Texas ArkmifA LouiaLtnn nml the South and SOUTH WJ5VT. ln'in at any time. nJJTfflnrrMMMfii nil TmH t-- hi fi m i r ir 7M zj 13. BiAIITFOKU) Tatg.L::'Ji.'jf.:t'JTSfipr7.iA.Tu:v. UKrUIlLICAN, Hartford, Keniwky. Smukctnck for Ten lllocka. is a wonder that a big corporation has not been fonned befoionow to build smokestacks for general u&e. Immense chimneys might be built, say ouo for every ten blocks, and the smoke from all tho furnaces, stoves and private and public heating apparatus bo diverted to them by means of pipes laid under giouud. This system, if carried into effect, would give every manufacturer and uer of coal better draft than hi- smoke stacks give him now, because they would bo built higher. If they were nil constructed hii?h enough thoy would cany tho smoke would bo blown into tho clouds, or nt least far away from tho city. This scheme may look like a big and expensive one to undertake, but I don't think it any more chimerical than cold etorago or pneumatic tubes for t. commercial uso. St. Louis Globe-Democra- It The lire l tlmrnuglily cqmppej nnd In condition, and provide'. tm excel ent arrangement In tltnonnd through car? A kati'RK i the time ami con'enicneo iccurcd by tho linilttl Kpre Trnlnt, NLY a nioiit's Kline between J.oul Hie md Mfiaphi.a, jnd tho bet and quit est otlVred irico between tho two eltlee U Ulrwl tnforma-nnn TickttH, dr?t-chs- $ lnno-TitM- e $65 is k o a Ir; u' U M OUR SILVER QUEEN first-cla- Is it possible a Ikggy with lMh Hub Hands, and bhaft Tips, for aboc price? Siler-phtc- d Rail, Scat Rail, Handles, $65 t52r r ' it. Field. - - livery StaUe. I' 0 b1 k'-iiES- , YEHIGLES, CARTi Mturcd h; upflMna to J. H.'Ilt lunor lirciit at ltoii4kr limit, or (V.Hl?r:ul7iU;,l Pas;. A?i.,Lsuinill!. Kt. b v. o'2 55 itiidttl to for MOIfKHA'in ir'S Our ilfice oprmle the (' i Pill lit Olliot und v, ihii ot) rtinolpfrom lam Pntpit in iris (I'mithnu i isutsarov vthi win iw,miMttt HIOTO ot Inrviiifnn We n0M n l inlinl i I(m-- l DO Write for our Xcvr SO mm ri5 Ir O IgSSSS into tho upper cunents, where it OUalncd, nnd nil fAUM AIW.m ti CINCINNATI. THE SOUTHERN BUGGY 00. ' -- page Catalogue Address of all kind of Vehicles. - - OHIO, U. 5. A. nliiliff KoniN Iloon. HAltnixsimufl, Dec.22, It will be observed that we use tho adjective poor in the head of this article. It is not intended to convey the idea of slim financial circumstances nt nil, but is used to describe that conditon into which n man falls, who is the subject of great and growing care, also, wear nud tear. It is highly interesting to observe the gradual changes that many young men undergo after they have, in Prior to attaining short, married. this state of bliss, there is a spruce-ncs- s and a pruncness that is joyful to bohold. Tho shirt front and high collar are ot immaculate whiteness. The tie is arranged with care. In of his uttire, taken as fact the make-uo whole, presents an nppearauco altogether fresh. After tho capacity of four married men is consumed, a chauge occurs not altogether for the best, Tho enlivening emilo that sat habitualy upon his lip lias died away. expression takes its A caro-worplace. It is plain to seo the unfortu nato victim is possessed of that tired feeling so feelingly and forcibly expressed in pnteut medicine advertise meuts, that cures any and all diseases under the sun. A shaggy beard appears upon his face, once smoothly shaven, A haggard, haunted appearance is presented to tho eyo of careful beholder. Lastly, and nor u Tho Poor Married Man. Skunk, Locomotives and Superstition. A locomotivo engineer remarks that ho never mado a run in his life at night that ho did not strike several skunks. For somo reason tho skunks are attracted to tho railroad track, and when tho locomotive thunders along at night tho rays of tho headlight blind tho littlo pests, and thoy nro ground to death under the wheels of tho iron hoie. Tho entire train crew Immediately knows it when n skunk has leen htruck. Most engineers aro very superstitious und havo a "sign" about skunks. If they run a long tlmo nt night without striking one they beliovenu accident is duo. Atchison Globe. Columbian Porn. ciicmnr, mlrirt? lernc nnd refcrenreJi tn aetiMl cllon( hi ymir nnn inie rmi)i( t'llj or iann, wnifl in QwmCc Patau Oflne 'Veutimatim (a. For frorrhuretnnd papyri ttnhi nQiniixuiWJ ItlAMl. S33SFKa i: $ Urn ti P O BETTER KNOWX AS THE BUCKEYE mm fa PALMER HOUSE. Newly Famished. ' Rates $1 - 00 per day. ii- - EMT CUBES HOTHHSg BUT PILES. nnd CERTAIN CURE known for 15 years as tho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. CO., ?rfrf4ljrllUlllIIIiSO.TlUOIimri. A East Fido Frcdcrica, between Main and the ittver, 0icnfcboro, Ky. MltS- - GIIAS. ROB Y, MJtS. C. K WILLLYGUAM, Props. IMWIWJIil Ms 25c WWKW Dualor in Horbeb, UuiuH, Carrinos, Hoad Carts, Owonsboro or llarnoss IJorsos forsalo or Iiiro at all times. AVarrons 23Saddlo uS SURE bT.LOHS. Kcntw.k),inMtintUurtlont,KyMwMiwlHfttunly fu r.ich tnontliat 1 1'. m. C. (VcroMnwfll Sons cf Toteraaas. Hcviritmnt Cmnp. Xo. , SECRET ORDERS. 'J3L2JBrz9m ot p:Mii.etli.lii. I v Somo years ago in Paris thoy were discussing the discoveries of Coluni bus in tho presence of the late Lord Lytton. Colomb, I should explain is tho French for Columbus, and In Colombo is tho French for a dove. ' lIi is very singular," someone observed, "that la Colombo discovered the Old World and lo Colomb discovered the now." "Yes," replied Lord Lytton "but infinitely more cm ions that the ouo enme from Noah aud the othei camo from Genoa." Loudon Truth. Obtftlnute WHEN YOU MTTiTWEMSBORO CAM UN M,nARTT,Cftptiln. Ja. lu Kor,Sorfioant. G-- . C.Theo.Cain, xny u. J.WrMfiosNriL ToM, No. 8, Dcpirtmcnt o Ki rttiiclcy,inotH orcry tlilrJ Saturdiiy at 1 o'clotk p. m., In CourMIousc, UllcliflcM, Ky. S.A.McSiirtir.A'lJ. K. if .'I P.S. ISftiNEM,Conn , rnrnTONMoaios pontNo, llPeprtmenlfirKcn-ttioU)nirrtfi ocry batunln) licforo tlio ncornl huii'Iay nt 10 o'clock a. n. In tliocoiut-liou-oHnrtfor.1, K). J.M. Itimor, AtJ. J. C. Cuavrfrlin, V, C. Jurymen. juryman out of tho twelvo aro by r.o means ruro. "Sir," said such none when taken to task by the judge, "no man is more open than I am to conviction and to do what is right in every case, but I have not mot with tho same consideration in others. It has generally beon my lot to bo in a jury with cloven of the most obstinato men, who will not listen to reason." 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