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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1893 hao1893011301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1893 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. SUS HrinrrVfitir Joli Work i.x'.i riYi s&: to Tin: Wo nro woll supplied .with thuvcry honttitatoriul unci li;ioiu our employ aa good workmen ts can bo found. I'ricusruasoiialriu. waw rv: Ft Ifflffii The Haeteobd Kepitblicae JO, B, as S5r ius SUBSCRIBE rou tmi. H M Mm, Publisher, OFFICIAL ORQAK OF THE PARTY !N THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, TIRES IU5 hr AaiQB, la Aimtt, 1 I rj& VYt T-.- QUI $1.25 per year. Knffl ftx: MMW7 VOL. Y. LOVE MUCH. HARTFOKD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 189. 5! luu enough keeping the House without a quorum, At any rate tho Homo has been without a quorum since tho reassembling of of Congress. contracted and a small volume that tho most part of it has always center ed into a few large dealers, specula-lorueuers, incomo class and bankers, nml tho masses live in want and reduced to poverty. Tho charge made by the Herald that I am au ex 'Republican is" a falsehood; and under tho heading in another column of tho Herald is, ''Let there bo Full and Fair JJiscussIous,'' ho says: "They are pertinent, however, equally to any coward who comas hero from Illi. nois and refuses to divido time with a homo man' Tho committee and I agreed that these were our meetings, all at the expense of oui people, hence they decided that I should not be bothered in my addresses to tho pco pie. Wo gave them an invitation to ppeak after I got through nt each meeting. At Hurt ford thoy sneaked out before I got through. I will challenge any Democrat to a joint discussion iu Ohio county, Ky. That the principles of the People's Party are for the b:st interest of the laborTho oping and industrial people, pressive and class laws of tho Demo cratic and Republican parties have made it necessary for a new party with principles of tho people, by the people, and for the people. That Fi nance Transportation are the real issues before tho people; that both the old parties have outlived their usefulness. It will be uudcrstood that the Democrats are to pay for oueha!f of the expenses for as many days as the joint committees agree upon, also upon place of holding meetings and Said meetall other arrangements. ing to be held in January, 1893. Now, gentlemen, put up or shut Who is the sneaking coward? up. A. C. Barton. December 2102. NO. 24. WE DOLLAR 'fttly earned by nnv one f llh r h In mijr art of tlm count ry wlio I uilllnptnunrU Indn v fiirulli, trlomly at the fuiiiliitin nt which ilidnuorli light ami pleiiuint, find joti rim no r!k WhMrvir. Up lit )ou nut roiiitkte,fM that you run jrJo the huInrm tiliil ullfmut exptti'0 iliop ulllhiKl'nIo a lltlli' work, to oiirclf, tlil U the grnndext titlrr made. You fan work all day, or In tho evening ntilw If )im nri' cm. l, plojtd, and hate a few ppaii hour nt jour utilize them, and nM in your Incumw, t nil. Von u 111 niir I'lulnem will not Inti rfi-hcnmimd on Hip f'irt at t it i pldltyand ao ' iltar.dityliiatul hy which jnu nm tltll tr uj I iv out from the Dun hep nm i n- hi l -- nonp flrt hour. Ativuiii' cm run tlir f'lll. r oti hunt I try nothing 'I1' mttll jon for jmirrilf what nu r.m iln nt tin IiimIihm width weoiKr .Nor.iiltul Wotiuii art' irrmd worker; nmvnd u t'iMt innkr m much 14 mi n. riicy honl t Ir till Ihih , n It I p will ml ipitil to tin in. Write iti oic mil uv fur jnurMlf. Addrrs II. II. W.I. till A CO. Hot Hro, 'i rtliiml, Mc. U Lovo tuiicli. Kartli in It; Cast 8cRtaiii(o ita cup wluVcr you cum. hitter m DANVILLE, ILL. No hpiirt haul but Invc ut luct mny primeval ciiho Vt 'r win it, Love m (lie (sr.md of in. in. All hutn is foreign thu first great plan. Lovo iiiueli. Your lieart will be lcl out to ffmigblcr, On nltcM built of envy mid deceit, Lovo ont lovo on! 'tis bread upon ii the water; It shall he cart in loaves at your feet, Unleavened numna, mint divinely euect. Lfvo much. Your faitb will be dethroned and phuketi, Your trii't betiayed by many a fair, falo lure. Remount your faith, and let new tnifts awaken Though clouds obscure theiri, et the hlaiH are pure; Love is a vital force and mutt en. dure. Love much. There is no waste in freely giving; More bleed is it even than to ro j 1 ro LADirs cv:. GEMlSl'V. w 2.nn 0 i?I7C lie who fci-c- n'znvj ri :.S"ffA?aMBX TJ"wrr jjs'iw. o .- ceivo. lovo much alono finds worth living. life - tboprlo. tba vrotld V. L.noUflacbopnfltopoldoTorywhoio. Evot ybpcly hIiouM wear thorn, it U a duty you own yowelt to jtct tbo toil rains for year mociy. X2oonocilan tn y our I ootwoar bj purohcclaRW. U. DoUllls3hoc9vwtilob mpreoont tho bent valuo nt tbo pilo ad Tojttsod obovo, ni can tiUly. th'-nu-na W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE noTOp. TJfteaCnlt Bhoo In for Love on, through doubt and dark ne; and believe There is nothing which lovo may not achieve. WASHINGTON, Doings and Workings About the Capitol. i MTnln !ii SmI Mltutc'tf noupnulSPttltlioutW. I, llpirnrpfifft i Senator OnrmnnV felipmcfrr oh thviU nim" vi itii ,ce rarnp. J on Solium. 1wk font tcn u ii W 1.. Pnuglu, 1lroCfttonIUafcft Polity tianing conlr.ilof the Tinted .State-1.1. ::i.NKK, Il.rifii.l, Ky. mid for tin u piugoutot eery vo tigo of federal riipeivMtm of National election. by mean of a formation ot oBUYTHEOw coriupt bargain with th I'opulits.i, IlfGHT RlOfHKISfl according to the information received WfPA by prominYut Republican, among RH them Cliairuian Carter, who is in Washington ihn week, in a fair way The Republican 8eim- to Huccecd. tort might have outbid Ionium in I MxAL CU conceptions to the financial and otii- er cranky ideas of the RopulNts, but -- -9 no Republican Senators was willing 7 to retain control of the Senate on any such terms The Republican party has given this country the best iitian sre3U v cial system it has ever had, although VKCDWDRKJtlia lifiWcAS'tJ it fully recognicH tho fact that perUAMAJC. 7r fection has not yet been reached, and fSi; ATTffK5.i-3SSasits leaders are not willing to leave THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST. a Main upon the party's bright record Cend TCN conta to an Union SqM N. V., in thepageriof history by being parfor our pflio rnmo, " Ollnd Luck," and win New Homo Sowing Machine ties to any compromise with tho isms Iho Now Home Sewing Macliino Co, of tho Populist. Tho Democrats had ORAVCE, MAS8. no Ptich rcruplcri they never knew the meaning of tho word, and Senator IM. ILL. Gorman, with the approval of tho iu.n- 'uuir FOR SiUEBY prophet of reform Grover Cleveland, lun been bargaining with tho5c who claim to bo able to dispose in advance of tho Populist Senators votes. Motoftho Republicans will agree with tho leaders of tho party that it U better to loo control of tho Senate thau to retain it by the lo?s of t. I i 3Tn7Tnirri ' I LP UW ."T P?iNiniasi7iV riHioypffi-r- Mbm n ' lielf-rcppc- which would neccarily follow any concessions made to tho Populists, Mr. Cleveland's latest promoncia-meut- o, U faithful and maple thtough confidential friend, Dan Lamout, may prove to boa boomerang. It has up- bet tho calculations of lots of Democratic Senators and Representatives ji(jColJ,Cau(thi(BoreThroatCr60p.Irflaen " who opposed Mr. --Cleveland's nomij. VTbeopIflir Cotigh, Bronchitit t se. itiCfi. "art nation, as to pationago under tho t : wUrelief eject ftr tiklas tbfl m ts ficcllent l r fct d.tt. Peld by dftri ftrywboro, tArgi coming administration, for it pays iu 5;lUc3 6JetUMa J 1. 00. unmistakable language, although not in these exact words, Mr. Clcvland rssfisquuT. proposes to tako cajc of thote who iSOJTin (iti.tITV. favored his nomination first last and all tho time, and that ho will not bother his head about tho Democrats who opposed his nomination. It he lives up to hi" announcements ho will CREAM find himself iu Andrew Johnson's fix boforo his administration is one year old, for it is well known that more YEARS than a majority id tho Democratic FOR Has lod all Worm Remedies. Senators and Representatives were EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEFO. openly opposed to Mr. Cleveland s SOLD KVKIIYW1IKIU5. a nomination, ami that tho number who ifrtrfdi7 nuiBpsuHTton?tEn. coM BT.ions. openly advocated his nomination were rcdiculously small, Senator Chandler succeeded in disbill for two placing tho 5fc days with the bills reported from tho J'vg-- : Committe on Inauguration and on Epk'iKdPv9aVXC Hl idemic Diteo?Cd, relating to the danger , bZw W iy of the introduction of Cholera in the although Senator United State?, Washburn, while granting tlicimpor IkrfiiiiNilal Prllorro pFKy.uNivERS.TV, LEXINGTON. KY. tanco of tho two bills mentioned, M Business Colleas f" thi world. Aol.., IlUtwt llonort W'orl.l Awrd4lMC.kprplnv wl mpI - rip1lloM. for stoutly maintained that his autiop-tio- n ftwtemor bill was even more important KiatlonrrT.mil Itntrl. 4oirf. IwelwIiHi Tallinn.rltln t TiUcrapbr kboul AVO. and should first bodisposcd of, fchorMUnd, Tpr.U rt'H'' Thlxliy Ko pftlion. Kutr ni, Griluu Kentuckians iu Congress are eo WILBUR R. SMITH, LEXINGTON, KV certain that Mr, Cailislehas accepted the Portfolio of Secretary of the Treasury, which was recently teucred WJEAlCANQUNDgV&U II iv him by Mr. Cleveland, that thoy are loni itotpcd, IoHt Mnnliooil lirylo yarlcocflo' wvak tck, low cf mvmory. Mf . discussing tho pobabilitics of who will weaknfM rnrnl ly the succeed him iu tho Senate. '!!y ItouiPiHcM. frtX A wrl'tnii pnarnrt'co of r i tin If it bo fair to judgo by their (t iof. Mmi' I "My r?' V . "'''A the Democrats wish to confine legislation of this session of Con the gross to passing the regular appropia JUtrtJ for Contain One flniulitd n'lrw1"" rf!; tion bills, and have adopted as the i i( dc Iciuiw Cmnli rl.ci! .auwuy ut una ThU cot !i lest plan to bring about that remit d"l WHITE'S VIMLEME 20 auti-optio- - ra:"r.: v u'!i4i?: ac-tio- I nuU general ctorvf$ .l. llro. I'irlte, HmtfovJ, Ivjt been very Di;n Silt. As i busy Miico f wrote you the middle of November, nml gave you a few facts for the Democrats and challenged them for a joint ditcubbion, I have heaid nothing of what they thought ot it, I will now pay some attention to the articles in the Herald of No I piesumo they vemher!), 181)12, have blown all of the bombastic wind out of themselves and have left an empty bellow; heneo 1 will pay but little attention to their two articles of miMcprefculatious and falsehoods in regard to my ppceches. I can furnish an good recommendations as apolitical toucher as any Democrat can furnish iu Kentucky. I can thoroughly prove every proposition and statement f umde while in Ohio county, Ky. That I did not make an untruthful Htateiuent; that the Populist would lnck mo up in all of my propositions. The Ilfiald hart made several contradictions in its own article I ask the Ohio county Democrat. to read their articles carefully. Under the bead, "Let tho Truth be Told' it says; "Now wo fully ocreo with those who demand an iucnwe of our circulating imdium. (The Herald docs believe I told tho truth in tho above.) There can be no kind of doubt that the Re publican policy of contradiction pur sued lor the pat thirty years hadoue much to produce the hard times of which our people w justly complaim." j 1 want tho people of Ohio county j to note the above position taken by the Hcra'd, admitting tlmt it was the policy of contradiction that proTennyson's Women. duced the hard time. This is oncot Lillian Kdtcy, In Woman Ivnd.j the tacts the Herald had to admit, With tho death of Tennyson, the yet it accu-- c me of lying to the peoits ple of Kentucky, when I told them world mourns tho loss ot otic of greatest poets. His poems were of the c.iu-- e of tho hard times and low love, home, pride, virtue and honor. id price was on the account ot a They do not, perhaps, show tho is the very currency. This thing the Herald admits of as causing subtle reasoning and wealth of expreshard times ami says there has been a sion of Browning, the philosophy of Wordsworth, nor the overwhelming policy of contradiction for HO years. passion of Swinburne, but they arc Oh, Mr. Herald, your party has sanctioned this contraction policy all essentially and purely human. They of these thirty year?. There were appeal to the heart rather than the Democrats who voted for every class head. His genius was so thoroughly law in favor of tho money power; in in touch with human nature. While bo favor of every monopoly known to knew and loved the world about him, this country. You have got all power bis descriptions and pictures from in this country, we bhall see what you Nature were usually backgrounds from will do. You dare not repeal any which the characters ho endowed ot tho class laws. Look out, here, with life and action, stand out as hv the Herald contradicts its own agree- lug actualities in the minds of those ment. It says: "It is presuming up who have studied him. And in no particular was ho more on the ignorance of oue's audieucc,for successful thau his pictures of women, instance, to say that our circulation at this time is but $6.00 per capita, whether a part of tho idyllic life of and less than at any previous time. rural England, or in tho midst of the Euglish life, whether The truth N, there has been almost a aristocratic sketched on n few broad touches, like constant increase in our per capita since 18G0, when it touched the low those given with tho brush of au impoint of SIH. 8.") per capita, and on pressionist artist, or in all the fiucr June oO;h hut it was S21.IH per capU shades and details of a picture ot ta, tho highest point reached sinco Messiouier. Tho tender grace of tho song 18(50." In this quotation the Herald "Whero Gabriel low lieth;,; is an does not admit ot any contraction but exquisite picture of the grave of a says there has beeu a constant increase since IStH) in our per capita, loved one. Lilian, "Airy fairy Lilian, laughlie says iu one place that theto can ing nil she can." Who cannot pic bo no doubt that the Republican poll cy of contraction puisued for the past ture her gay, willful waywardness, thirty years, and in the hit para- laughing nt lifo until ho prays graph, people of Ohio county, please "Prytheo weep," aud says with his notice the Herald's language: "There unfailing tuuch of human nature, has been almost a constant increase iu "Gayety without eclipse warieth mo, May Lilian.-our per capita since- - 18fiO," A What a contrast is Isabel, a study Indian would have more seuso thau to believe that there could bo a of an intellectual evenly-balanc- ed contraction of the currency the past temporment, with "the Summer calm thirty years and a constant increase of golden charity' A woman with both heart and at the same time. A man with good brain, tho brain dominating the horse scuo would know that a conheart, tho heart so pure it could not traction means less money in circular 'The world tion, and that an iucreaso in circula- harboi an evil thought, hath not another, though nil her fairLet tho tion means more money. Herald ask tho Ohio county farmers est forms aro types of thee." Melancholy Mariana is distinctly and laboiing men where their increns unlike either of these. Lovelorn and ed percapitas arc, Tho Herald's ar in tears she waits her At ticle is to thin to white-was- h. recreant lover, all her courage gdne, overy speech I made in Kentucky I plaintively sighs, "Ho cometh not' quoted from the highest authorities, proving beyond contradiction that and "wishes she were dead." Madeline, lovely loviug and lova there was a great contraction of the bio seems a sentient, living being, currency; that in 1800 wo had 850.7G winsome ways. per capita. This fact I proved by with her "Smiling, frowning everraoro, McCulIough's reports Thou art perfect in love lore, 1803 nml 'GO. I read from the ChiEver varying Madeline,'1 o cago IntcrOcean, ot 1878, giving E8scntialy diflcrent is his population and of tho "Family smiling Adeline." an lioncs per capita from 18G5 to Another typo altogether from the to 1377. It shows there wcro,$50.70 gay Madeline is the spiritucllo crent per capita in 18GG, also from E. T, ure, with her pale lovliness, making Spauhling's financial history of tho her seem akin to tbeflowersand birds, war, that there were $1,800,000,000 "Scarce of earth, nor all divine," in circulation in 1800. President In "The Miller's Daughter," there Grant's massngo of December 2, '73, is au almost perfect picturo of idyllk from General John A, Logan In tho rural lifo given with inimitable grace. Senate March, '74, Senator Plumb, Tho sweet, calm, placid country girl. Senator lugalls, Senator John P. "Half sly, half shy, Jones and tho Monetary Report, You would and would not, little ono. Now, in my opinion, Mr, Herald Editors, an array of testimony liko It is a tender, pretty little story, this, coming from high ofliccrs of the with its delicious love songs interwoven Government, as most of it doc?, can- with the picturo of tho true aud faith not be satisfactorily brushed aside ful wife. with n singlo sentence as an "errnue-ouWhero, in all the "poems of pasidea." All intelligent writers on sion," so called, or iu the lovo of songs political economy have for a long of all literaturo is anything that equals timo agreed that whoro money was tho utter abandonment in tho lovo ot con-tiactMo-dock heart-broken, ta-bi3 Fntimn, when sho speaks tho words countenauco the philosophy of the PROFESSIONAL CARD. telling how her whole soul is her lov- John Stewart Mill order, which, while, admitting tho right of a wo. er's: ATTORNEY AT LAW, mau to do whatever the law of her ''0 Lovo O fire, ooco ho drew, Wing one long kiss my whole soul being prompts her to do while HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. thro' assumes that when she mar My lips, as sunlight driuketh dew." iin.t, QLK1K. J. S. R.WCtmiHO. Contrast theo intense passionate ries sho has chosen her career, aud Sc works with tho tender Ocnone, any other pursuits mustbo abandoned. her eyes full of tears, her lien it full of Blanche Fearing, in the Chicago WoHARTFORD, KY. man's Times, very truthfully says: love. (Office, over Anderon Bazaar.) "Tho love of one man for one woWill practice their profession Inall the courts o Fatima, fierce aud uncontrolled, Ohio and adjolalnjf counties, and: otirt of Appeal glorying in her love, and Oenono man, and of one woman for one man, Special attention given to criminal practice and ollectlont. T2ni3iy mournful with her broken heart and is not the only passion of love in tho human soul. Tho lovo of art, science, weariness of life, to death to --A-. literaturo or any pursuits or calling "Pass by the happy souls that love to live, and let me die." may become a noble passion, demand How true to Hfo is the picturo of ing gratification as well as the passion HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession In Ohio and adjoin haughty, stately Clara Vero de Vero, of human love. That individual cau Ing counting, and the court of Appeals, bpecia tho daughter of a huudred earls, with never attain his full and complete attention glren to collections. development who is compelled to Office north side public square. Tl Tt her prido of birth and lineage, and strangle and kill oue-haof nature. how beautifully the poet teaches Tho complete individual must develop E.D.GUFPY. B.D.1UNGO. "'Tis only noblo to bo good." r 6c Then wo have that wonderful por- iu all directions. "Hitherto women have been more or trait gallery, "Adteam of fair women." Woman famous in eong and less cramped and restrained in all diWill practice In all courts of Ohio And adjoining story, each iu this matchless proces- rections but one. Hitherto love and count!, and In Superior Court and Cnurtof Aa- Collection and nil legal business attended marriage have been an inspiration and o. Office, No.WJK..MarkitstHArfordl Ky. sion is vividly before us. a forward impetus to men only. To Beautiful Queen Eleander, "divinely tall, and most divinely fair," women they have been not ouly a re superbly scornful of tho equally fair tardalion, but a retrogratiou. This is ATTORNEY AT LAW, violating all intellectual and spiritual Rosamond her hated rival. Thcu comes Cleopatra. Where in laws, which ought to be imperative and paramount. The intellectual all the discriptions of the "star-ey- ed sorceress of the Nile,''is oue that gives and spiritual lawsarens much natural 13. a more complete idea of her majestic laws as the laws of physical nature. Among all natural laws there must magnificence and her irrisistahle beau bo a divine harmony. There can bo ty. a divino harmony only whero there is (Office in Crowder Building.) "I governed men by change, Will httMliA Mb Arnfa.atAn In .11 t U - -- .. 4. a discord. To discover this harand so swawed all moods Ohio and adjoining counties. AImo Notary T2nWf mony and live in full accord with it is l'nbllc Tho superb insolence of her I have no man to govern my wood, the secret of the salvation ot the hu That makes my only woe." man race' The wild passionate love for An Mr. Xim ZErCeavxizi, WHY WII.T, YOlTroiuliwhpnHhllohN Cue thony and her glory in bis lovo for ATTORNEY AT LAW, rIto Immediate relief. Prlolo rt., 60 cts her; her fearlessness of death and tho nd SI. Sold by Z. W'ayno (IrtOIn A Uro. courugo with which she sought it, and In roil IMSPKIVSI V and Llvo Complaint Will practice his profession andallInthe Courls t , her triumphant declaration the Court you Imro n printed cu.ir.tntcr onerery botlleo Ohio and adjoining countle-. J, Edwin Eo"we - - Grlonn "Weeding, Tames Sraitla, Attorney at Law. lf G--aff3- Attorneys at Law. Hingo, Perry Westerfield E. "roddiner. Attorney at Law, -- M -- 111 Hartford. Ky. f "IdienQueeuP ll1i ViUtinr. Sllbfi lV.iynoOrimalUr Appeal-- is nil pictured in words that make the beautiful Egyptian a vivid reality. Tho story of the sublime martyrdom Special attention alven to collection. Offiee, over WillUms, Bell A Co's drugstore. of Jeptha's daughter, and the lofty courage of heroic Joan of Arc, are beautifully told. And so through all his poems the feminine characters arc drawu unerringly, true as life. Rare, pale Mar garet, faithful, self.sacrificiug Dora, shallow, frivolous Amy of Locksley Hall, tho noble Godiva, who for tho suffering poor of her own town, dared "And built herself au everlasting name." The Princess is one of tho most per feet poems ever written. While a satire, it is in truth a plea for the higher education of women, Tho tender, proud earnest, simple passionate, noble soul of the heroine separates her from all other heroines ot poetry, excepting those of Shakespeare, among tho loveliest of whom she is enthroned in the everlasting palaco ofar Sweet, dainty Enid, tender, loving Elaine, and tho beautiful, sinful Guinevere, ono by ono we seo them, tho skillful hand of the poet accentuating tho characteristic trait of each figure, until enclosed ju tho covers of the volume is a little world. A TTANAI INJECTOR Tree vtUh each bo o of Shlloh's Catarrh IlcmeUjr, Price io cenU Sola l.y Z, Wftjno Griffin A tiro. I firmly believe that in the majority of instances tho disposition of the individual is generally depicted on tho countenance, perhaps more so in women than it is in tho caso of the men writes a correspondent of Beauty and Disposition of Womon. If. ft Willi London TidBits. AKK YOU JIADK imifniljlo by C'mifttipatson, Dfiiines?, losof AppctlU, Yellow Hkln? Shttnli's Vitality is a poiiti cure SoM by Y. Wayne Griffin A Uro. nnfttlon Report Of the pupils iu Dist., No 2. School month ending Dec, 23, '02. Dudley Chapman 100, Mattie Edna Hudson 98, Olney Felix 08, Marvin Black 98, Bernard Felix 98, Milton McDowell 98, Fannie Black 97, Willie Felix 97, Iua Black 97, Mary Likens G7, Paris Pirtlo 97, Milton Black 97, Etta Fulkcrson 97, Maude Black 97, Robert Pirtle 97, Octavia Black 97, Lula Hudson 90, Johnnie Brown 90, Logan Felix 9G, Henry Pirtlo 90, Bernio McDowell 90, Eflie Brown 95, Gurley Mills 95, Pearson McDowell 95, Rosa Martin 94, Charley Black 94, Louis Chapman 93, Owen Fulkorson 91, Willie Brown 85, Her-be- rt Maples 77, Frank Maples 70, Myrtio White 70, Alox Hudson 70, Cassie Brown 50, Eva Pirtle, teacher, Pir-tle9- It seems to mo that if a pretty wo man is really desirous oC perserviug her good looks the most certain method to adopt for the attainment of her desires is to attend not only to thopreser OFFICE OVER RED FRONT vation of her beauty, but to the far more important cultivation of a good Is prop a rod to do all kinds of mind. Marriages would be more nu- Dental work at reasonable prices. merous and happy, in my opinion, if tho young women ot today paid greater attention to the pursuit of tho pleasures of the intelligence. Tho habits of the average young lady nowadays aro not very conductive to health and good looks, when wo remember how many thoughtless ly sacrifice and permaturcly age their youthful beauty in the heated ball rooms and dancing academics of the metropolis. Lato hours and their consequent evils tend also to make many women ugly beforu the resistless touch of time. F. NEXT MORNINQ I FEEL BRIGHT AND If it is a fact that a pretty woman T.V AND MY COMPLEXION 13 BETTER. Mv doctnr ssys It acts gently on the stomaeh, Hrer grows ugly through defects in her disMlnc),andijarleMut laxatlvt. ThU drink it from lierbi, and U prepared tor use aseMtly a. position, etc., why should not many I tl called g a girl, by leading a simple lifo and avoiding those errors All drufKiat s sell it at and 11.00 a packaee. It rui cannot Kuttt.sendrouraddressf or rreu sample. Mot' Family Medicine mvta th kwrlrk which have been enumerated, become lnnrd'riolelieiiHtir,tliliilfn?C4ir)r. jridiviuL 'OUAIOU F.UOOmVAUD. LKUY.ft, YV comparatively handsome? Does not a thoughtful, reflective mind impart a certain sweetucss of expression to iwt V'frrr tho face? Thero aro women who, by tho unselfish character of their lives, charm almost everybody with whom they come in contact; yet although they may be plain lookiug in the strict sense of tho word, their facial defects -ii rm "" i in this respect are entirely counterbalanced by their winning manner TS THE BEST. and charming expression. DENTIST. I plain-lookin- lUE'SMEDICmH GOO. m I0IWMH MJ0ME "aa l ill j jmpiigmMt on 4nMTlt. SALg By fitUSTP "IlACK!tII7rAt'K," Price perfume. nyuu Orltlln A lire. a luttlng and fraran and 60 cents Ko'd by Z. f'iSattfcJ Age nts Wanted! H. A. LOZEIER&CO,, Wholesale Doalers, 310 Superior St. at the NewKpajwr Adt. Using Arenrr ut Mhol N. our authorised ama " THE IlKV. Ji:o.l(. THAI':!!, of Bourlxm Ind., fayi. "lloth mynelf and wife owe our llres UoSHIMUN CONNITMPTIOX CITRK. Bold by fc. Wayne Griffin A Uro, CLEVELAND, O. tsonfiisinrfinaJelpnU I.fino'n iiioilli'lnen move every lny, Iu order to bo healthy thU ! llio bow nccesiary, or do you DO YOU WANT TO MAItHY, and ladies octal letters from 8ntlemeu means from all orer the country! ofculturaand 8111 LOirNCtire ill imine-itate- l j rollers croup Bolt! by Z. cough nnd broncliltli. wlioopfng Vftno Orlffln&Uro. lMLOir.HtMTAUItll Homed y.- -A positive euro for Catarrh, Iiihtheria and Cancer-MoutSold by Z. Watno tirlfflh A Uro. A Divino Harmony. This age is producing the most splendid women tho world has ever seen. Gradually throwing of! the shackles of custom and bigotry thoy aio appoaring as human beings, as persons, capable of doing and thinkWhen their em ing for thcmHclves. ancipation is complete wo will bo much nearer Utopia than ever bofore. Then the frightful spectacle of loveless marriago will be but a recollection and sacrifices of honor and character on Mammon's alter will be no more. Every man who reverses and honors womankind should help to bring this coudltion about, aud should also dis I f so, jwt send ono ten rents and recelfe a copy of tho elegant matrimonial paper called Oiuss IlLossoM.ffhich will afford you more healtlifui enjoyment than you have had for many a day: each number contains hundreds of letters from young ladles and gentlemen wantlngcorrespondents from those of the opposite sex; if there Is a man or woman who has not found his or her affinity hero's the golden opportunity. Address Oeakub Boston, i. on bob i, room 15, 18 Boytiton street, 3d ly. Man, A. J. SLATON, M. D., Physician & Surgeon, Formerly of Millwood, now located at Leitch field, offers his professional semces to the people UraysonanJ vljoininjr.coustiej. Office in ree SSly !snre,(the Dr. Uaden property.) Commercial Hotel, CENTRAL CITY, KY. R. I fk Solentlflo American Ageaoy forj B. PAXON, PROPRITOR . Has just becu repaired aud newly iKJai OORYRIQHTB. atoJ free Handbook write to for Information and buoaTwat. new yokv. wunn a co., aci Oldest bureau for securing patent tn America. Krery patent taken out by us ts brought before the pu&Jlo by a notlco given Xreo ol cbirgo In tno TRAD! MARKS, DI8IQN PATINT8.I OAVIAT. furnished. Located cloee to Depot. s Good meals or lunch Givft it ft trial. first-clas- Mtniltit world. Happy and coottntU a homo with "Th Ko sbtater t a lamp wiih the Jijht of the momiaa;, CAUlocuecwrita Rochester Lamp Co., NewYork. JVnwinw paper In Lancet drenlaUon of any scientific Uplendldlr Uliutrated. No intelligent man should be without It, Weekly, fj.00 a UOslxmontha. Addrens UDNN A OO-- iu jiLuiuuu, 3(f 1 itroadway, New York CUy. the 4rt rtiulldi tht iyitem,sJdjdli:aUo;rao au of blk. aud curat malar la. M.lMi ttnlaav " broVen down from oTtrworkorhooMhoUl Mau Persons l)rownf Iron Bittern rut. , f t f-- r tfVi-.- . S ycmoKW'itwzsz&txa&avaBi Hartford Republican " rs.i..sjm:airma runusiwn i:vi:v JO. I!. KOHEI11, KIUIUY MORNING. Editor anil Proprietor. ly had an ambition to teach school, but he faded to pass muster at tho examinations. II. P. Watts is n witness beforo tho United States Court at Owens-boro. SOCIETY As Viowod by a Studont of Etiquotto. IlAKTroRD, Ky Jan. 7, '03. Logan Smith, Mcllcnry, is in tho Mk. Edison. It is rather presump FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1893. city on business. tious in ouo so common and unpreMisses Annie L, Allen, Cinderilla tending as myself to undertake the A i.i. tho Stnte offices in Kansas arc and Belle Whittinghillf Ida Ragland very onerous and responsible task of now controlled by the Populists. nnd Sallio and Lizzio Curlcy, went instructing my fellow-beinin ethics up to Spring Lick Saturday on No. or socfnl cttiquettc, but sir, the fact 1888 Kentucky had in corn In G, to attend the ball at the Boyd is I have given much attention to such IGO.GGS acres or 133 acres out of evHouse that evening. Though not matters here of late, having a most ery 1,000 in area. another town in tho State cau show eager desiro to enter society. You en mote be- see I have almost reached a marriage Skxatok John K. Kenna, of Mar a covey of a tinsburg, W, Va , died in Washing witching beauties than were these, able age and it is necessary that I inyet with shame facedness it must bo vestigate this question in order that I ton lat Wednesday. acknowledged, that not a single Rosino may know how to act when 1 should Tin: average yield of corn per acre. young man went n etcp. Oh, boys, escort my best girl to public gatherin the United States during the laet boys! what are you coming to? Tho ings; and with this object in view I decade was 24.2 bushels. gay young ladies, after having a gs gLOOK AT THIS CLEARINGO J'i On I. 1 lUnAnn, 1'rcM. J1"1. II tUnr, l'nflilr SaLlS 7, WO Of tho Condition of tho Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK A.t Tliofc wlw Imvo not nil their town luxe tiro earnestly requested to 1 must miiku settledo mi nt once. ment coon nnd your prompt notion in tho mutter will ho npprecintcd nnd will fcixvo time nnd troiihle. liea'y, W. I. Thomah. The Commercial Hotel. Call tin or G. J, Bkak. (Ulrew, Town Taxes. SATURDAY, JANUARY began to move outour tho Closo of Business Docombor 31,1892. For Rout V half-a-doz- TvnxTYsEVi:N miners were killed jolly time, returned on No. 5 at Como, a small mining town in Sunday. Itosino's latest acquisition is a pet Colorado, by a premature gas explobear. It 1ms taken up its quarters in sion. Judgo Wedding's stable loft. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis leave Hon. Ci.aiui: Matthew's was inthis week for Plorida, where they augurated Governor of Indiana Mon day, and Gov. Chase retired to pri- will moke a three months visit. Sojourner. vate life. attend church often for tho purpose of noting tho actions of those who, being tho elite of our little city, aro ex emplary in their conduct and impervious to violations of propriety on such occasions. The reason I have selected church occasions is because we have a greater number of such gatherings hero than any other kind, and as a matter of course the society of the first rank . . i Gi:n. Bus jam in P. Butler, law EINDERHOOE. a 1 1 i i ii Jan. 8. On the oth inst., wo had would be more careful in church than UlUl Will piUUSU Lilt; lllOSl iaSLUUOllS, ycr, statesman, politician, million . in other places, to treat every one uirc and soldier died at his homo in tho pleasuroof attending tho wedding rn with all the respect due him, which is Washington, D. C, last Weducsday. of Mr. Ed. Ward, of No Creek, and i,. ... Miss Mary Bennett, of this place. all that even the Lord of the Mauor a I Luther Bjlnsox, Indiana's great Tho happy event took place at the could ask. Now, having investigated e aro hero to uccnininoihitc the .MEETS ALL DAILY Temperance Lecturer and author of bride's people, each and ecry biiHm., father, I.M. Bennett. The this matter, I desire the publication of of courtesy shall he extended to them, n "Fifteen Years in Hell," has been ceremony was performed by the Row the result for the edification of those but in no en.e Nifcty be sacri.m aw.uu ,Hi4. giving a series of lectures in Oweus-bor- o. "OrL-GSI.WN- " ficed for fiieinl.-lii- p J. A. Bonnett, in the presence of a who are in the same condition as my or to obtain busself previous to my enlightenment. iness. John ILBaknuh, Cashier. large number of friends. The attenThe first and most important step to The Steamer, New Mary Houston, dants were Misses Ora Barnott, Em- tike is the procuration of your best a Cincinnati nnd New Orlcaus packet, ma Carson, Messrs. Warren and TO ALL. girl's company, the obtaining of which a he Tvrenticth Stitecisnt was-cu- t down by an ice gorge at Cin- Ilez Ward. Immediately after tho will depend upon her estimate of you, cinnati last Monday and sank with ceremony the happy couple and at-- or a tiik- relative to your personal appearance, n cargo of one hundred tons on board. tendants left for the home of tho Ac. to entertain, your abilities Ac, Tho Boat was valued at $25,000. groom, whore a bountiful repast Having done this you will go at the JDUK-HUMawaited them. May suushino and ALiKi:. appointed time aud escort her to Of all the farms in the United roses adorn their Tt , i v path through life, church with all the care and attention States, 74.fi per cent, are cultivated no, lsii'j, is tho wish of tho writer. due her Queenly grace and maiden by their owners. Such a fact is true Orlistus Tinsley left not long since tenderness. Having arrived at church KKSOl'KCKS. SPECIAL ATTBiNTIOiN of uo other country of the world, so for Waterloo, Ohio, whore he will you will proceed t entertain iVOW HUN discounted her. .Dead 850,317.00 far as we know, nnd is certaiulv not make his future home. l ntntn 3,000.00 Never leave this ver important matGiven to tlie Traveling true of Free Trade England whose G. J. Maplo is confined to his bod ter for the preacher to do. There arc FurniiurmmiflMiirM.... i, 000.00 ' industrial policy Democratic politic h..imN l,:: M1.07 with erysipelas. Public. so few preachers with capabilities ianssny they would have this couutry Debtn in Miit Mrs. Sue Bozarth, Hartford, spent equal to your own. You will do this adopt. CnshonhuudA'in other b'k 10,120.70 last week in this vicinity, the guest by beginning to whisper to her as soon Slo;,M:!.oi Of the area of Kentucky, 1G per of her mother, Mrs. I. M. Bennett. as the preacher announces his text. Misses Oina Tanner and Maggie Having whispered, you will giggle, LIABILITIES. cent, is not in farms; 41.0 is produc $::o,0()0.00 Capital stock tive land?; 30,5 is woodland, and only Null, of above town, spent a few whereupon your girl will giggle, i ,e., 7U,7!VJO Deports 2.G per cent is unproductive farm hours in Kinderhook, one day last if she is of the first typo and "up to Hue other Junk- i.mM area, while the average area of the week. They also gave Alexander snufl" in social matters. If she, after 1,1100.00 Dividend I per cl.dcclared ... ...... ...v ,. v n "T-- j .imamy zmsrz. 3 whole country is 71.1 per cent, school a pleasant call before return- you both have giggled, should say !....,! wmwrauwatTii ''Villi Piofit audio- anything hack to you, which she is lauds not in farms; 15.3 productive ing home. ViSj.M Incorporation Notice. College Happenings. lauds; 10.3 woodland, and 3.3 un B. A. Anderson is on the sick list apt to do if she belongs to the class Notice - hert'hv uitu that the Our fcilence has not been caused 8io:,w:i.O! from whom I copy these suggestions, from the lack productive farm area. Articles of Iiurirpoiatiou, pursuant at this writing. ot something to G. W. Snell and wife, from below you will at first giggle and then laugh write, but rather from want ot time to chapter oli, Gennnd Siatues of I, S. K. Cox, swear the above to The Henrietta (Tex.) Independent town, attended the Ward-Benn- ett spasmodically, convulsing your hand to write it, although, this tho close of Keniitckv, vl the Uaiuus Coal Combe correct. tells of the holidays in the "Lone wedding on the 5th inst. some physique. Disturb the preach our first term of school. The students pany hau lieen duly acknowledged s. Iv Cox, Pnimi:.vr. Star State" as follows: "There have J.L.Barnett,Owonsboro, spent sev- er? No. He is used tc that, and then have never in any wav, shirked from and lodged for record iu the Oldo been as many as twenty killings iu eral days in this vicinity last week, even if it does disturb him, you are posts of duty, as is sometimes the ca?e, County Clerk's Office. Tho names .W, Swoin to before me Texas within the past week, with not on that account to delist from do- but have worked on with the uiiiir of tl.o I neorporators aro W. S. 1.MW. mixing with friends and relatives. A.T.Nai.l, D.C.O.C.C, bloody brawls galore. They may all ing your duty. True, it is bis ap ing zeal, winch usually characterizes Gaines aud W. (). Read. S. E. Bennett is engaged in haulTho first-clas- s be charged up to old feuds and ing logs nearShinklo Chapel Church. pointraent, but you have an appoint the students of Hartford College and pMicip.il buiuu of tho Company A 81,00 dividend of whisky, aided by the Travis Maplo has closed a two ment there, too, and you have as are more ready and auxious for the will bo uiiniijir ami dealing in coal per share wa this day dulurcd, pay- lodged 6afcly in tho hip pocket." much right to disturb him as be has to begiuing of the new term. They have and weeks writing school at No Creek. buying and .selling dry oods, !" on ami alter .July r, KrJ disturb you. And then having re- all worked faitnfully and richly de rocerio-- , notions, &c, aud Trav is a good scribe and tho disdoinjr HARDINSBURG. covered yourselffrom the irresistable Jan, 9 A.X.Kincheloe, the wide trict wishing to have a writing school lit of laughter into which you have serve the praise whieh may be truths a ruuural merchandise hiiMiiessund fully given them. its principal plaeoof awake clothing man, has severed his should employ him, as he is an enbeen thrown by your own wit, you Dr. Alexanders "War" speech, and we wish will Kentucky. Tho capital Mock connection with Levi, Newberger& ergetic young man glance over the room to see bow he delivered Tuesday was very fine. of the company sdmll bo 20,000, diCo., and has accepted u positioti with him success in the business he has much attention your wonderful powRev. Rushing conducted General vided into 200 sJiiirusof $100 each, Granman & Shuttlcworth, the lead-in- g undertaken. '1 ers to entertain have attracted, when Exercises Wednesday. He talked to of which r,000 has now lieonsub-M'ribnDaisv Deane. Wholesale Clothing House in d no doubt you will observe sitting three the young men especially and gave aud fully paid up. Tim corLonisville. Post-offlc-o. or four pews back or in front of your- them some good advice. FA R Mr, audMrs. Lon Jones, of Louisa, poration hliall bc'in business on this We desire to say to tho public in self, a friend with his girl, whereupon Misses Ida Duke and Kva Morton, day and continue for twenty-fiv- e Ky., arc vNiting the family of Hew justice to the Herald, myself and orJohn you will gay something to them, try- attended General Exercice WednesW. B, Snead. years. Its sblill bo coning to make them understand by the day morning. II. James, that the first proposition to -Mr. Wright and daughter, May-fiel- d, retain Miss Lula ducted by a President, Geicral Milligan in the working of your ever nectared lips. Miss Roberta CooU, Reaver Dam, are visiting Mrs. R. G. Gard Po6toflicc, was made To work rbdit at homo. by John H. Your fiiends will not understand, and was a welcome visitor to our school Maunder, Secretary and Treasurer, ner. and Superintendent, who shall bo James, tho next day after the office of course you will write them a note, Monday morning. & BUETQN. Miss Lena Drury, of Bewleyville, elected annually on theecond Mon was vacated, and we were informed aud rolling it into a ball, bhoot it Prof. Shultz, the teacher of the old last week, the guest of that was in town A she did not want the office. Then across to them. Watch them while aud famous Ray's Algebra class, says day in December in each year. The Miss Lillie Scott. I, as ono of the bondsmen, acting they read it, aud when they have fin- that he has the finest clan ever in highest .amount of indebtedness flr t.ori n.i.i:,sr. i.ciris .t ti:k, ii. it Charles M. Heston went to Daviess with the By Hartford College. We agree that ho liability tho Incorporation may inconsent of three other of the ished you will nil four giggle. To Earn Monov Without iuiv county last week, to take a position bondsmen, asked Mr, James ilSK LsuijTilh, St, Lsuis I Itm ailviy, cur shall not exceed three-fourtof if he this time you will have 'attracted the has a fine class, but will not say that as night Storekeeper at tho Sour would take charge and pai 1 up block of said corporation. or l.puiie. act as our attention ol the entire congregation it is the finest ever iu the College. Mash Distillery near Owensboro, sciinnn.K ix Kin; r xov.t, imi. deputy until an appointment could and all who belong to the superXo.AI, The R, E, C. Society have elect- Tho private property of tho Xo,M, The Epworth League will give a be made. He said the Company sdiull bo exho did not stratum of society will giggle with you. ed new officers for the next term; VriIOt'M. Iatl. Hull). that Literary and Musical Entertainment want the office, but would take it Write ut ouco for particulars to I.t. I.juUviIU ;Ua, tn. CWp. ni. as At about this juncture the benedicLula Johnson, empt from liability for tho debts of U ft, in, 7.ynp, m, Wt Point at the M. E. Church Tuesday even- a matter of accommodation to tho tion will be pronounced, aud you will they are as follows: tho Company, Picsi-denPrjn.lMiirtf 0.17 ii. in. rii7 p. m. President; Verda Duke, Vice interesting, January the 17th. An Irtinutnn M n.tn. CO, Yes, rejoicing, 37p. m. bondsmen. Then I had Mr James go home rejoicing. itnchs our hands this Oth day Eva Morton, Sectetarj; Katie MfplwiiMrt ing program has been prepared ami sworn in and we went to the P.U. in. U.S1 p.m. for if your girl acts as 1 have indicat Coomb, Marshil; Georgia Hudson, of I office KSfPJ. (iMnrpott pi ft. in, ti Mp, ,, everybody is invited to attend. Hartford, Conn. JIIlHHTII4t Ufk ni. in lit p. in. and Mr. James proposed to Elmer cd, you cau rest assured that you have Critic, and Ida Duke, Janitor. This W. S. Gaixi;, i.ni4Mtrt ii :a. in. hmi p. m. Boms Hood. Milligan that he or Miss Lula could made a "niash on her," for she is is not a noisy society, but nevertheW. O, Ri;w. 1.' hip. tn. 11 tl P.m. OttHiro Hjmttiullf remain and they would divide the undoubtedly ''soft," and soft girls aro less it docs its work well and has l."l p. in. l'.Mp.ni. Ry M. L, lleavrin, Attorney for WEEKLY Ar. UuihTon Ififtp. Ml, 12 'JM ft. Ill, ROSINE RUMBLINGS. emoluments ot the office equally. easily mashed by talent not half so very interesting meetings indeed. paid Company. X.M, Xo.fil, Roine, Jan. 10. Yesterday about Miss Milligan taid that sho would bo weighty as yourowu I mem the Courier-Journ- al KtsrilOl'Ml, I'aily. Ihu'y Tho Literary class, iu charge of 3 o'clock tho North Pole began I.v. lfnUron willing to stay with her brother. talent to talk and gSpyfe and tivw Pro!. Ly tie, will deliver their oraIltlirYKYVHVJ, 7ilftft. in. 3:l)pflm. r tin i.Kir-smoving toward Bovine and continKiw.ttMtllc II HUT Cured at IIihiicIii TflilM.'M 77 it. in. n;i7 p. in. Then Mr. James told me to let them paper balls in chinch. IIENHY WATTERSON, Edi'or. tions in College Chapel tt .'7 n. Ourii Uiru. in. 4 ."j A p. m, Uy iHliiiJiilMeWi- i- Ur. lliiliivs' ued to do m) until about A Studi:nt or Enquirm:, remain and then I went down and Urttii.tii, o.ap, in This class has been doing splendid nt which time it ttruck Moo Hag told them that they could stay. Now lIaMivllU Q:Xa, in. MDp.m Best Democratic Paper Pull. II rui Mirm-Jn Hln- rifN ncup ofpollre Bismarck Knhu, son of Joseph work for the past live mouths and all 10 ot it, tn. 6.67 p. in, Cloirrp'Tt land's old field about half n mile from rMfi,nrtii(ii, ufthiHit thu Knovlctlt of tint will further say that those who I PU plivupnit H Ma, who will go out to hear them wan-su- re y iti nt. It I AiMolntrly $1.00 a year. in. i,i'jp, m. Inrnih"", and will nlhvt town and Mood upright, where it meddled with my business in getting Kahn, Sr , Cromwoll, died of pneu ll.oin, in, 7."ip. in, Irunon you will be highly eutcrluined. a jtfriiiiiHfit .in wnl) piijv, uhcUior lho pa monia Tuesday morning nt 8 o'clock I'rnnl'Miliurg ll'PU, in. 7JI p. in, yet lemains and so far tu your fcribc up ttfit tvniiioAwrau'drinl(rror.iiiiiIc!ilii'Mrt'ot, petitions and bonds hnvo had notht P.iint Wrt p. tu, R'rtp, in, md was buried ntGnsen River Cem- So let everybody come. It Iuh V. a niwu n a t'wmmi'l has been able to determine, shows no u., mitliKV Ar. l4tnUl)tt l.'M p. Ml. O.OAp.Dl, ing to do in the least with Mfos Lula etery Weduepday. Ho was a shrewd Messrs. Herbert aud Hugh Robryenii jHTlVct ctir In tull'iiud It inter bign or disposition to vacate. and her brother holding the office. TmIiim X". M nntl .No. A2 ninko nnnection at erts, Niagara, Anderson county, are ml. 'I Jin I tpjn cnn iinpmvimttsl with tlm and energetic young stock trader, a Col. S. H. Dent, of the United pjfdtfc, It I'funoi an utter lmumilnit) fr Mm UixU ii (hih.I y fxi'pplfilj ill, trains on Louli. JJeht condoned nowy, AWo, I will Anther say that the arnow students iu school this week. Ilimirupp'tac i' fjcltrt. run jmmituil, it Till", liar llitl.iirir A Wmtern It. H,t rn.l mxl States Life Insurance Compauy, Is rangements wero made for them to dutiful son and a kind and courteous f r4itltil.irMrte,AHituiinfin!l. pajtMrfio!( Best Hlorio1, i t Uiiiml, Vur lurilif r Information, aMrt As it was announced that Thurs associate, lho family have theeym stopping at tho Wedding House. . m II. O, .MOlUiUil.rUn.lVrAK't. u.u'i: keep the office beforo Mr. Brown, the day morning was children's morning Beat mfaccllany, pathy of the entire town and comMrs. Carter, proprietor of tho Cot- Inspector, arrived. 1 told the In I.itiiirill,lv. , at General Exercises and was munity. Best uoinen's pajo, tage Hotel, Beaver Dam, is tho guest spector of the arrangements that I by Rev Rushing. IIo made a of Mrs, D. M. I locker. Best children's department, TAX-PAYER- S! and Mr. James had made aud he aptalk which pleased the little folks 575,00lo S2S0,00ilnrCl!!,r. Little Phillip Crowder, tho tour- proved of the plan. Best answers to correspondvery much, Hh subject was11 Watch." pKfi rmUli'Xiii) fiirnlliuliruc un ivc Hit it year old child adopted by J. W. Grouou Klein, Bondsman. ents departments, H'tr uminnit Tho parentH of the children were es- uliolKtlme Irt tliu Tabor, is quite tick. uy Ut profit iMy cinplo)(i ,fw vnrnneiof Herald please copy. fapecially invited to nttend, aud we in t'jHin lunli Uie. II, l JOII.NSO.N ,lr 0 Best editorials. IfhJfrfJte'-A- n CttSfc-Blta,- ,. It, M. Kuykcndall and wife, move W were honored with tho presence of KOtJi nnd .Main M.( HU litnonJ, Vn. W' ti&'z&'-A It gives away a valuable premium into the Lew is property today where Gang ot Revenue Violators. calling- Rev. Lyon Pate, Messrs. and Uwenbsoro Messenger, they will make their home for tho tho largest club ovory day for XLA- Kelson and Mrs, J. E, Rowe. We Coiiutilut; f.oaUs lit ('oiisiimjitlnii, Deputy Marshal Pato returned to present. KfliipN ittopi tluM'i.it'hut (Hue. received, Sample copies of tho Rtstored t hit family should bo glad to have tho patrons yesterday with Jack Who nay the clouds of life have sot a By the eflorts of Marshal C, L. tho city will u Weekly Courier-Journ- al Pate, S. L. Kane and W. P. Thomas, Hall, W. D. Peace and Jo. Stratton, silver lining? Look at little 4 1 year old ot our school to visit us often and see A.nurrix, Jnltfid Grovcr Reynolds, Wat .on, 11, Ills what we nre doing. bo sent freo to any address. Our doors are W. E. Peace, Jo. Stratton and Jack of Ohio county, and Hardin Doughfather, Daniel W. Reynolds, after Hall, all charged with selling liquor erty, of Grayson county, for violating describing1 the little sufferer's lonf always open and every ono receives a Writo to COUHIEIWOURNAL UAKISEKS. tho revenue law. They wero tried illness, continues: "Finally a gravel warm welcome. without license, were arrested tho latCO., Louisville, Ky. was forced into the urethra and reOpposite Snler and near Cloverport before U.S. Commissioner Bell and mained there, producing blood poisonter part of last week and on Sunday ing and dropsical effusions. IIo was Hotel, Cloverport, Ky, Htppr asd content Is a homo with " Tltf E were taken to Owensboro by Marshal Dougherty and Peace wero released. treated by a council of eminent phymorfltog. THE HKPCBLICAN and tho NoPate, Levi Allen .md Town Marshal Hall aud Stratton wero held over, sicians. They made incisions to let the tftmttt ; a kmp with the light of tba finally properly advUcd CUlocuwrilfiKchciterLampCo.(NYB A Free Trip to Tho World's Fair, WEEKLY COUIUEK-JOUUNA- L W. P. Thomas. Hall has figured Hall is a notorious character nnd has water out and but confessed the little an operation, atbeforo in the Courts iu a way that is served several terms for tho same of- sufferer was so weak drath would likely and countless other attractive prem will bo sent one year to any address ro TUB tMID. fense. result. I refused and began giving him dUcitlon and Wtmknett. idftlarlA. POaco is a manot very creditable. Dr. Fenner's Kidney and Backache BlUouftiiMS, Uke iums, from a doll to a watch, hicycle, or $1.75. Address The REPUBr;",OM'B ihun b- b. Cure. Uefore one bottle had been enchinist earning good wages, while Notice. nil It enTM aJt'lT. For t&IftrnTir A raleta li organ or rifle, aro ollcred for a little LICAN, Hartford, Ky. tirely taken the stone hud become so far i:.ji.. " it. va. iwuun Stratton is the cripple known all over Dr. J. P. Williams will be in Hartdissolved by the remedy that it passed pleasant work near home, by the pubtho county by hn peculiar locomotion. ford on Jan. 23d and will remain out of itself and tho child is well and sound This hhows its power BROWN'S IRON BITTERS lishcra of WIDE AWAKE. For full Man Persons In moving along ho take? one foot iu four days. Anyone desiring dental In dissolving fitono, It is equally pow4ro broken dawn Uom orerwork or household Cum Indication, l)llloiun6, D)irpiU, Mala erful for good in all kidney diseases. S. C. Kelhis hand, drop on one kneo and the work can find him at the Hartford particulars, free, address W. F. rla, Nerroaiutu. and Cenoral Ueulltr. 1'hyaiMr" lironn's Iron Bitters Money returned If satisfaction not cianj rtoonunena U, All deakru h11 It. Genuine rebuilds lb f yitem, aids dlitka. rwitTM e Box 188, Boston, Mass, 10 1m CoMofbUaaudvuroualaxta. OcumipiuuUhi other hand and travel so. Ho recent House. given. Take a bottle homo Sheriff Ohio Go bu trade mark and cruued rvd Hues on wrapper, logg, At greatly reduced prices, for the simple reason that we must be ready for the SPRING TRADE. Our Clothing is NEAT, CLEAN and FASHIONABLE, and a purchase out of this stock is simply the BEST GOODS at clearing out prieds, not autumn or refuse goods. In old lines we will make prices that will defy any competition. In CIA) A Jib wo have a low garments will go Clothing, Cloaks and Boots BESOUKCES. 802,723. IS) Note nml Hills Heal Ivdutc tt.OOO.UO 1,500.00 Furniture and Fixtures. Cash on Hatn'i and in other . . . . . 2,031.22 Bunks $M,2r)l.71 CISMl'l: ' u LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Beservo .Surplus Fund Due other Banks Deposits S2r,000.00 1,2!K!.M oVJiO.OO 102.0:5 01 ,1108.0 1 wS rfi-ftS- tv ; 1 ?M' wm ji3li! KiAJWr i ' jiiu Uiai the next lew weeks, and at SLAUGHTER prices. Give thorn look, In BOOTS, we lum good LINE "BUELL'S," and Heavy "KIPS," which wo do not propose to give mK-cjm- 803,251.71 Subscribed nnd sworn to before mo this January 3d, 1803. Siii:i.iiy Tayi.uk, I). C. O. C. Iu tmhmittiu,' this uo lioj to Mute that our I)itMiic-- i lias steadily crown wu'h month mico our opening, and iv the mo,tcaretui.uatchfui!uand btrict bi'i vanco ofthe principles of tuenHteonscivntivo Uankiiij:, we hope not only, to extend our acquaint t to prove omwivw worthy the confidence that is being o liberal- - VSiWM'Ji::?,, FA ST LINE VTAH liCIA.a Xjp&Z? JtUEZisiK CASEBIER'S 'BUS tf T mvr ' jy -- rJ5 ." . aA :ssm ivpi OlSTUS away, but we propose to give every man BARGAIN in good boot who may call cln;o ... IPIR.IOE3 StQi-Asni- on ns soon. is himinnss with us tn ) mm mm out, and business witn the purchaser to iret a cheap boot in the Wlllier.i In genera! lines we are readv tor any trade, "Come to See Us At Onca.'' ..v,. Tfn-i- .......... .... Respectfully, HOCKER CO, tin-Ju- Also keeps a MMiii-aunu- Fll BUS Horses Fed. and Leave your Livery and Feed Stable, where you can June your the best of ' M ERS GIRLS day or niht. WANTED ris lui-iue- ss ders wilh hi Mi k Ml hs stock-holdets- of t; I i MMM mid-nigh- t, Wi-f- HAS THE I:sl:;,lt, .sn-n- t cmun-iutti,(li- con-duct- ed f ..of -- Tv'i nl-- O? sk it.il-oi- ii HARRIS & REED, You will do both yourself and mo a vor by upon mo or one of mydop' ties and paying your taxes before the six percent, penalty is added which will be done tho first of vember. Please tend to this matter at once and save costs. Yours, &c, TAYLOR, '-- t " , J f FAIR BROS. ml GO, A REIGNING RULER Who was young in years asked his prime minister how he could make his people think he was the noblest man in the world. "5y being the most noble," was the answer. So we make the people think our prices are always the lowest by actually making them the lowest. This RULE OP ACTION the confidence the people have in our store. When we say January and February must witness a huge diminution in our stock the people know we mean business and know that there is Is the basis of Mr. R. R, Donaldson, Hopkins ville, n good man, and a great SunGo to Buird & Ashley lor fresh day School worker, was m the city groceries. Sunday and attended tho Baptist Canned goods of all kinds at Bftird Sunday School. He madoa good talk, & Ashley's. which was enjoyed by tho entire Dr. Luther Phipps arrived in tho school. Come again. city yesterday. If there is nny town in Ohio county Your hats to buy at Kahn's Cloth- that has had a genuine business boom in tho last year and will continue yet ing and Hat House. Go to Kahn for best Clothing, best tohavoaboom, that town is dear old Cromwell. Lost year's business Boots. Shoes and Hats. was tho largest in twenty years and Baird it Ashley keep a good stock this year opens with still brighter prosof tho very best ffour on hand. pects than over. Hurrah, for our Dregs goods at cost for tho next 30 old homo townl Two Mormon Missionaries are holddays at Kahn's Clothing House. ing forth at Cromwell. They have Wc will buy all of your produce. preached several sermons, but it is uu Caiwon & Co. necessary to say that they will win Remember that Kahn's Clothing no converts to that religion, whose llouso is tho largest in Ohio county. principal doctrine is that man shall Their Miw Bertie Stewart, little daughter be singular and wife plural. of Mr. Bail Stewart, Select, is quite labors are in vain, Cromwell is a civilized community, eick. Mr. T, J, Mobs, of Livermorc, has Young man! Clothing to buy at your own price is at Kahn's Clothing opened a general store at Cromwell, of which Mr. B. F, Clark is manager, House. Tho store is run in connection with Canned goods arc essential to good the extensive tie business now going living, S'j go to May it Co. and get a on in the Cromwell country,of which, supply. wo believe, Mr, Harbin is manager. Boot, Shoe?, Hats and Caps at They are stirring business men and your own price at Kahn's Clothing have already won many friends by IIouo, their sturdy integrity and straightOhio If you want your hauling done, forward business methods. you would do well to call on Casebier county is always ready to welcome such citizens. it Burton. Miv A Co. scltth$ best of hominy. The Literary class in charge of Prof, J. W. Lytic will appear Friday night at the College with well selected pieces, and having been thorough! ly trained, will give a nice entertain raent. The class is composed of bright, intelligent young ladies and gentlemen. The public is invited to be present. The following is the pros gramme in full: programme: MUSIC, Litorary Entertainment. BARGAINS! BARGAINS!! -- Invocation Rev. J. T. Rushing. Nineveh J. R. McAfee. Artificial Writers SophiaDavidson, Nathaniel Hawthorne A, C.Yeis. AT- er. MUSIC. Poverty of English Tracy. Aro Wc Superstitious? MUSIC. Writers Oraa E. Wes-Urfield. T,rf'r r' T fW'f'rt''''' The Development of History SN las Griffin. A Famous Resident of Gad's Hill-- Ella Herring. The Influence of MUSIC, Poverty Ma-bell- e Hubbard. William Cullen Berkshire. American Prose Morton. MUSIC, Bryant-- Having decided to close out our stock of Dry Goods, &c, we invite you to call and get a great bargain. We will sell you goods regardless of cost in order P. L. Elva Fiction 'America's Scott" Bessie Morton. The Late Poet Laureato Siddie Davidson. Women NO RUIN IN THIS RULE a For them or us. We make clearance frc-sh sale to give room for new arrivals, from the mint of fashion. FAIR BROS. l & CO.,-Prop- s Hartford Temple of Fashion L. B, Stevens and Randall Collins written y6u cannot live on s bread alone, soSiPto May &Co. and will, in a few days, open up a store in the store house grocery get your meat. 7s recently vacated by G. L. Klein and Come nud get one of our cards and will bo prepared to furnish tho best of "cc what I give you free, at Kahn's groceries at tho lowest possible prices. Clothing House. They are youog men of much worth You can surely get tho best of rigs, 1 and ability and being endowed with tho ben of saddle-horse- s and tho best indomitable courage and energy, we predict for them much success. They of feed nt Casebier & Burton's. have juit returned from Louisville C. L. Field will, in a few weeks, where they purchased a large stock. receive u car load of now buggies. The Baptist Sunday School has addWatch the Republican for his "ad." ed a very interesting feature to its The former firms ot Carson fc Co. exercises in tho way of recitations by and T. J. Mortou will now run un- members of the school. New Year's der the firm name of Canon it Co. Day, Miss Ella Rowe, of Miss Annie Lewis' class, recited a very beautiful Mr. ami Mrs. A. Haven, Arnold, piece, tho name of which wo fail to will accept our thanks for kindness remember; and on'last Sunday, Miss shown during our recent visit to their Fannie Render, of Mrs. Logic Rowe's town. class, recited "Your Mission." Both Remember that you are kindly in- of the little ladies acquitted themvited to leave your orders with Case- selves nobly. Some member of Prof. bier it Burton for conveyances to O. M. Shultz's class will respond next Sunday. and from Beaver Dam. It is Writers Ida MUSIC. C. Render. first-clas- Degeneracy of the Stage Robert Nelson, "The Quaker Poet" Mary Klein. The Nile Lula E. Johnson. UNION- Jan. II. Miss Mamie Reid, of Equality, who is teaching the Excelsior school, was the guest of A. C. Stevens Saturday and Sunday. The musical enfertainment atW. Chapman's Dec. 30th was enjoyed by all present. Born, to the wife of John Blanken-shi- p Dec. 29th,a fine boy; and to the wife of Robtcrt Oglesby Jan. 9th a boy. The school at this place conducted by Baker Rhoadi closed yesterday. with speeches by the students and a very nice address by the teacher. Two books were awarded as pre mi urns for good conduct the first to Miss Callio Stevens, the second to to close out our stock within the next 60 days. It is not necessary to mention prices,for everything has been reduced and must go at some price. We can save you more money than any house in the Green River country, and you should accept this chance and lay in a stock of goods at low figures. We 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 bill. SARA & ME. Hartford, Ky. ArlicePlummer. Miss Tiny Stevens was the guest of Mrs. Ida Reid last week, S. B, F, op Toledo, ) Lucas County. j ss Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay tho sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every ease of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh The Adelphian Society full working order, and no the near future the public from them in the way of a tertainment. is now in doubt in will hear PERSONAL P. M. Hocker, Goshen, is very ill. A. P. Vogel, Cincinnati, was in town Tuesday. John J, McHenry went to Louisville yesterday. J, E. Clark, Owensboro, was in town Wednesday, S. D. Brown, Inepector of Post offices, was in town Monday. Temnle of Win. M. Fair, of tho Fashion, returned from Louisville yesterday. Leo B. Stevens aud Randall Col-liwent to Louisville last Friday, returning Sunday, Ben L.FieId,of the Simmons Hardware Company, St. Louis. Mo., was in town this week, V. G. Barnett, Kiuderhook, spent a few days last week, visiting friends at Stanley, Daviess county. Misses Attio Austin aud Annio HcKinney, Beaver Dam, were the guests of Miss Dota Gibson Satur day and Sunday. Miss Ida Smith, of Owensboro, who has been teachiug school in the Washington district, has completed her school and returned home. O. R. Tinsley, of tho Washing ton neighborhood, who has been visiting his uncle, W. B. Barnett, of Waterloo, Ohio, returned home ne State op Ohio, City public en- BEAVER 0AM HIGH SCHOOL We waut your eggs, Wo want your huttur, We want your feathers, In fact wo want everything you have Carson & Co. got to sell. sermou Sunday Dr. Coleman's morning on "The Old and tho New Year," was one of the greatest efforts of his life. Those who failed to hear it missed a great sermon by a great preacher. Come to see us; wo will give you free of charge a silver caster, butter dish, knives, forks, pickle-stand- , with every 815 worth of r-bowl goods and upward at Kahn's Trade Palace. suga- Oiv ensbo :u-r Teachers' practical institute. SPRING SESSION OPENS JAN. 3V93. TUITION FOR TKKM OF TEN WEEKS. In Primary Department ln Intermediate Department In High School Department In Collegiate Department Board iu private families from Cure. FEANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this the 6th day of December, A. D. 1886. A. W, GLEASON, Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. Sold by all druggists, 75c. Go to J, W. Tabor, Rosine, Ky., for Furniture. m seal, ( ....$3.73 'r 2,00 to 82.23 per week. N . ami very decidedly guarantee satWe have C..es of Study to suit all lor circular, for further .nformauon. isfaction to nil earnest student,. Send DORA E. GIBSON, Vice Pre. K U. KAY, President; Hardin Buird, of Kinderhoolr, has bought half interest in Hoover & Ashloy's grocery Mr. Hoover retirHardin is a most excellent ing. young man and wc hope he may sue cced in business. While the editor is out in the coun ty this beautiful weather visiting schools we but just don't we sound? Wc, tho oflice devil, aro running things to suit oursclf, and this is certainly ono week when the devil will be to pay. B. DRIVER, Manager. Opposite City Scales. We do work as cheap as anybody, quality considered. Repairing and repainting done promptly. Give us a call, BUGGIES FROM $35 UP. 2iEi! It will be seen from reading the statement of tho Beaver Dam Deposit Bank found elsewhere in this issue, that the 'institution is in the very best possible condition. This Bank is, in every way, worthy of the patronage of the public. Our Qeivfc's Phaeton, M-,,- ?' JAN. 11, '93, everything By in the Dry Goods lino. nice In orMarch 1st, we must unload. folder to do this wiMifferymi the block of Men's lowing prices. Our Underwear is eomplo: Men's Undershirts worth 33o for 23c Men's Undershirts wnrth'BOc for 40o Oo Men's Undershirts worth 7Bo for Men's Undershirts worth l for 85c Ladies' Vests worth 33c go for 23c Ladies' Vests worth fiOo go for 40o LaclieV Vests worth 00c go for BOo Ladies' Vests worth $1.00 go for 75o Wo still have a nice lino of Ladies Dross Goods that goat prices to suit the buyer. Our Men's hats will bo sold at 23 per cent, less than the usual price. AVo also keep a full lino of the best and freshest Groceries to bo had in the market. Our immense N.N. &MLV.B.R. &ax8 9$A TRAINS LEAVK BEAVKK DIM. TRAlftS GOINO WEST. Saturday. M. P. Kimbley, ROOMY. Finds us chock full of iV77 H1JL ! Nn.S.Mall MdExprfM No. T.Limte4 ExpreM TRAINS GOING No. , Mall and Express No, S, Limited Express p.m. U:30p. m. 12:10 EIST. ..3.4i. 1:l,p' " Thomas L. Baird, of the Kinder-hoo- k m m neighboihood, has sold his farm Cloaks! Cloaks! to Ed Bennett, aud will, as soon ss At cost at Kahn's Clothing House possible, move to Caneyville, where for tho next 30 days. Tom is ono he has bought a farm, of our best citizens nud we dislike to ! give him up. who has been Call on Pace, the barber, tending school the last five months m m his homeatCeralvo to morreturns to Try the Gem Flour, sold by J. W. row. Ho came in yesterday and Tabor, Rosine, Ky, subscribed for tho Republican. at- LIGHT. -- -T- B&BrrtH It is a real pleasure to get a shave at H. C. Pace's Parlor on Market Street, ELEGANT.' JBSend for catalogue of our full line of twe work. d I have shoes. . Rev. E. E. Pate, pastor of the M. 1893. E. Church, is beiug ably assisted in a FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, protracted meeting at this place? by Rev. J. T. Rushiug, of Elkton, Ky. A Startling Offer. Bro. Rushing has been doing some The REi'UnuOAN and tho New excellent preaching and it is hoped York Tribuuo both ono year for much good may be done, only 81.25. Postoflico Inspector, Brown, was in Tho RcruuucAK and Tho Home town this week and ou examining the r Milligan, found and Farm both one year for only books of them correct. Wo do not know who our 81.25. will bo nor do we next Post-masThe RnrunLicAK and tho American care, we only hope that he will be as obliging as the ono whose time is just Farmer both ono year for 81.23. expiring. Tho Republican and Womaakind D. F, Tracy has taken tho ageucy both one year for only $1.25. for tho celebrated Acme Harrow, Courier-JournThe Republican and the manufactured by Duano II. Nosh, of both ono year for only $1.75. Millingtou, N. J., and will, in a few Tho Republican and tho Cosmo weeks, begin canvassing tho county politan both one year for only 83.00. for same. Mr, Tracy is a live busiThis applies to both new subscribers ness man and you may watch for his "adv in the Republican. and to renewals. Post-masteter al FURNITURE DEPARTMENT Is complete. Your wife would appreciate a nice, comfortoblo Rocking Chair and her smilo of appreciation woulc amply ropay you for the small outlay, required to. secure' tho latest stylo from among our lan'o stock of Furniture. Oar prices aro low, our terms liberal and our goods aro reliable. Can you ask more? 3 NOTICE There will be no books kept at the Water Mills hereafter in a retail way. All orders by the small must be accompanied by the cash, or no sale. J. W. Ford & Co. A Bargain. now have for sale two fine blood cd race horses. One of them is Tom Nichols, the celebrated thorough- just received a lot of sample Call and see them and get a ut bargain, J. W Tabor, Rosine, Ky. D. M. Sechler Carriage Co., Moline, Trial. III. Mr. S, B, Howard has moved out of the Hartford House and Mr. Frank Westerfield, ot Aetnaville, is moving in to take charge at once, Hartford regrets to loso Mr. Howard and fam the lly, but all welcome heartily new comers and wish them success. m 3 Special Notice. closing out my Fancy Grocery line and having formed a with Mr. Carson in the Gen eral Merchandise business, I ask all those indebted to me to please call aad settle at once, as I wish to close Res'y, up all my old accounts. T. J. Morton, I am U. SO. $10, and $15, Iftatlifled. Also Electric Trusses and Box RatteriM. Cost nothing ta Xty them. Can be regulated to suit, and guaranteed to lasr (or years. A Beli j, aac combined, and produces sufficient Electricity to shock Free Medical aJvlce, Writ Battery GlTa waist measure, price and full particulars, Address PR. J HDD, Detract Areata) Wanted. as"iaw,Tsfs;?r2i!fti db. judd's Why suffer from the twvl eflects of lha La Grippe. Lama Hack, Ktdnfjr and Bheumatiim, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, any kind ot weakness, or ather rellarad wnen Electricity will cure you and keep you In health. (Ueadach electric belt part-nersh- ip ID S77"XX:TiXwlvS -- I 4fD0ES THE FINEST AND CHEAPEST- - Oarson Hi one-hal- cfcs - Gom ii m ..I..H...- - For Salo. 212 acres f cleared;good About Lies improvements; well watered. on the four f lee South cxteuoion of tho Owensboro & Falls of Kough railroad. For terms, call on or address, John J. MoIIexky. Hartford, Ky. 8 tt of land. A good farm containing bred stallion, nnd the other is Boa Fune, a thoroughbred race horse,both of national reputation. Both horses are sure foal getters and can show as of colts as was over seen Mr. Fred Baruch, who recently ac tine a lot anywhere. These horses must and cepted a position as traveling salesFor Rout. will bo sold at a bargain, so if you The best law office in Hartford ap- man for Lovi, Nowberger it Co., of on Louisville, was in town Sunday and want to buy, do so at once. Call tf ply to John J. McIIenry. or address mo at Beaver Dam, Ky. Monday, and reports that be is meet, Horace Barnes. mg with much success pn tho road, 17 tf second-hand- ed I have several tip-tMr. Baruch is a fine salesman, aud Sewing Machines that I bag many friends here who will bo Tho Beaver Dam Deposit Bank would gladly trade 'or corn or hay. glad to hear he is getting along so has madoa profit of 14 per cent, and Write, or call and see mo. well. He made us a pleasant call its business and deposits have steadily Onoss Williams. while in town. increased. op SUBSCRIBE FOR THE BLACKSMITHING. Horse-shoein- g Mori -- a s:ecialty. A large stock of Republican best modern P.ows, and all kinds of Farm-in- g Implements on hand. Call on him. AND- 1.1. pffln. J D.WILLIAMS. Beaver Bam, y. .VW. Hartford Republican FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1893. THE CANE 1 1 AND THE MAN. Conaldcr-nljlo FAMILY GRAVEYARDS. UnMonio Sight Thnt Aro to tto Bern on Southern Imltnna Farm. There is no plnco llko southern Indiana for gravoynnls," said William Yakoy, of Bloomflcld. "Now, that section including Green, Monro, Brown and Sullivan counties is a wonderland to traverse. It looks as though tho old settlers of flfty years ago wanted each ono to havo a graveyard of his own. Every milo or two, often far from any roadway, totally iuaccessihlo to wngons without laying waeto tho fences, you como upon littlo rock walled or rail bound inclosurcs containing tho dead of ono family. Father, mother and several children Ho there, and nono others. "Theso places havo long been forsaken and forgotten. Weeds flourish in profusion and hido tho wind and rain stained tombstones from view. Often with a companion I havo entered ono of thoo littlo inclosures, trampled and torn out tho weeds and righted tho fivo or six headstones that had fallen and buried oven the inscribed virtues of tho dead into tho wormy earth. "These peoplo had no country churchyard; no preacher except tho visiting parson whocamo monthly on horseback. They had no funeral in tho present senbo of tho word. Plain wooden boxes were used for tho sturdy youth of tho family made tho cofihi for tho dead parent or relative. Thco little spots were dear to thote families. Ono can seo that by tho loving little inscriptions and decorations. When they were all dead no ono remained to caro for them and they fell into and ruin. "They aro lonesome sights those littlo groups of white pillars. In tho winter when tho trees aro baro and tho grass dead I havo seen flocks of crows coming and circling about tho clump of trees that usually cluster about thoso places. Tho bitter wind moons through tho crackling branches, and thoso crows wheel about and caw and croak until tho world seems truly n placoof sorrow and death." do-ca- y Chicago Globo. An Impress! Funeral. Mr. S. C. Hall, in his "Memories," describes tho burial of tho poet Campbell in Westminster abbey. Statesp imc ulth n St Irk Ho was a portlyand dignified business man of Oakland, and ho crossed on tho narrow gauge boat Enuluul to San Francisco yesterday, accompanied by a stalwart cane. Tho boat was a littlo lato in reaching tho slip at tho mole, and tho passeugers from threo trains were waiting when tho doors wero opened. Tho man with tho ratio crossed tho lower deck, and grasping the stair rail tucked his faithful stick under his arm and prepared to ascend. Half way up ho dropped a littlo twiwrf ho hold in his hand and stooped to pick it up. As ho did fo tho iron ferrule of his cane struck tho chin of a charming society lello of Oakland, who was directly behind him. Thero was a feminine shriek and a momentary backward movement of the crowd which caused tho man with tho cano to turn and look behind him, tho cano traversing a semicircle about his rotuud form us ho moved. It caught a well known politician from tho Bay City directly in tho car, administered a gentlo tap on tho cheek of a leading divine and captured tho hat from tho head of nu indit mnt woman, whoso vociferous protest reached tho oars of tho unconscious offender, who, anxious to learn if tho whole crowd had gone mad, mado another turn. Tho cano took a downward course this time, planting its iron point gently but firmly just above tho hmt vest button of a rising young attorney who had been juit about to servo an injunction on the offending rod. Instead ho executed an involuntary obeisance, and the wand of subjection pacing over his head, describing a parabola that cut clean through the cloud of semilegal profanity that was beginning to impai t n bluish tingo to tho atmosphere, prodded tho eye of ono passenger, filliped playfully the 11010 of another and flnibhed up its work by catching in the back hair of its original victim. Thero is no knowing what developments might havo followed tho next turn had not a quick witted passenger reached and with his hand struck down tho projecting point, with a forciblo injunction to tho bearer to keep it down. Ijt took tho battered passengers the wholo timo of tho trip across to tako account of tho damages sustained, and when tho boat reached the wharf they wero still debating whether they should pitch the fool with the cano overboard. San Francisco Call. Ancient IZrurrin. I A ThmiRlitlOftt IVtltnv CiPiited among tho dMics." Nat iro aeitgnts iu tho moat plain and simple diet Every animal but man keeps to ono dish. Ilerhs aro tho food of this species, llsh of that and flesh of u thin1. Man feeds upon everything that Not tho snmllec comes iu his waj food or excrescence of earth, scarw u berry or mushroom, cau o&capa him. Addion. Tito Tlmo of tho Cmclttxlou. eit Are nil DrugcUts. will dovn ? f?UU RErrErSQAF- - BJIADf you all run Jir1mmm Srrffs Emuls- fief fca nuniR l kS i lie. '! Tho leading theologians of tho woild, who havo been figuring from Scriptural and other data for soma time, havo como to tho conclusion that Chi ist was crucified shortly after c1ock on tho morning of Intlay, 94 JU iV- - " - w""0. and Hypophosphitcs ci Lime and Soda will build you up and put flesh on you and give you a good appetite. all Anaemic and Pastln? Bhrn03. Prevents wastlngr in children. at palniab:? n milk. CrtoM? tae (to nu I ne. Prepared by Soott .V Ai-m- ion of Pure Norwegian Oul Liver Oil Vtlicic ;l;nUtonp I!clutn;, Gladstone is reported n Fiyirg in anuddrots: 'I am u Scotchman by Beott'a EmnUIoa cures C ujfcj, Colds, Coiucmpticn, Scrofula and blood, and a LuiuUure n.unby biih. I have lived mot of my life iu Leu don, and iu ono way or nnotlur I be long to mojt p.irts of tho country." Bowno.Chcmlsta, NoT York. Bold by "BuMsiii iTOeyxirorvrcaraRzi PMS jt-fc. ( V O- 4$ . ' ipHiT ... ir .f M . .an . - ,. 4&sP JMTi" . . -r- tVinr WOMAN THAT HAS ANY 6EN5E OfFAIRBANlffrCLAIRETTE S0AP -- And many there be we hope, all spend her cents FOR A USEFUL cake, Ws ft A Clmrr 1'tirrot, An aunt of mine was paying us a visit, and noticing that Polly had splashed lib bath water over a win dow near which he happened to be, said in a severe tone: "Look what o me&s you've made, yon dirty bird. Pve n good a mind to throw you out of the wird.iw," to which tho culprit replied in the mot contrite tone, 'Poor Folly. Mint eh Polly." Hue a momcijt attervvaul, us tho lady and I left tho mijiw toi;lu.ir, ho H sed im out iu th j most v'.'fL-thvttOuginable, "You wretch." My aunt returned and asked him, "What's that you kiMm "Poor Polly, poor Polly," came tho reply humbly and beseechingly from this mendacious blid. Cor. St. Louis Globo-Demovr- rain m BH wissna a mmmmssmm $65 5 '5 3 Ul ,3 rfBISSI r- - otai) i l nit I Mi(i4aml(itjailal W asi 1a n I Iisfe lrir!!H'alilfr. Itli Cm AtlAclitnftnt. uml w lUv'-tuni- ill K Prrrlfrnl .llnrlilnr, Apprccl t lruillriil lliiMliirnii flcn. JIimum v-- -. tfift-- 1l ft.- Un ItimN 'unit fiimMiril CombftiiUon illoti ltn It It jt i, i" Tho (Now Yoik) tfi w vv. I" iiuc nMDMiUoa to dl- (IHn.ni'wrtnntllm'BrfjfrtfvlaRHparAto. Ii Il m ;i.v tl.t'titn ittfohHof incliclvtk. It m.il ik'.iu v m mfcn t'nri'ful It Kt jnn hi tin t nmii Imtii nuii a tMa fll in t mii ulinit h uillMit'lfi ioiiw nhiK' (linnnuj mifrt i 'u''i t.M firilMf umiit llitii'4nr Nun in;. Hum' Until wjirftU'l AftU wr- 1.1 liil f iffWOli'i F i jt iir r' rU hoth t'ntUnnil civUt nUs. ii ptilnt. amniet ' ii I.'k u ii.m v lii nn I rli. Hirtiiiiiriful1rMi FOR 1893 hast OTRcm?cunc, MW mm PA Has a larger Daily Circulation tli a u any other Itepublicun Xciv paper in America, WWlaWilWMMawwpMWJW AND Your Favorite Homo Newspaper TI;o Lcaciiuj Ropublican Family DAILY, SUNDAY, WEEKLY. The Aggrcfivo Republican Journal of the Metropolis A Ncwspapar for the Masses Founded December I, 1887. OUR S9LUER QUEEH first-cla- Is it possible a Buggy with Silver-plate- d Dasli Rail, Seat Rail, Handles, Hub Bands, and Shaft Tips, for above price T $65 it. Paper of the United Stales, For ohIij .9.Jf7, Cash hi Advance, REPUBLICAN (iivp all to new- of Town, Conn'v and Slate, and a1 much Nation! lH'U'taHaiiyotluT (taporof itn ela. Vourhoino would be incomplete with-'m- i! startling. Then camo tho climax. "I heard a voico from heaven," read tho dean, and immediately a thunderclap shook tho old abbey. Ho paused ; the mourners wero thrilled. As tho awful sound died away tho dean finished tho sentence "they rest from their labors." Mr. Toolo has confessed to an inter-viowthat thoro is no truth in tho rumor that ho is "a reformed char acter" in tho matter of practical jokes. On tho contrary, ho is of opinion a "a littlo harmless acting'' of this sort off tho stago "keeps ono from growing old1 always remembering that practical jokes likely in tho slightest degreo to givo pain aro not fair game. Unfortunately tho Mr. Toolo'a Jo la a. men, poets and men of letters followed tho venerable dean of St. Paul's, tho poet Millman. as, reading tho burial service, ho led tho solemn procossiou to Poet's corner. It was not, howover, tho prcsenco of thee illustrious mourners that mado tho funeral ono of tho most impressive overseen in that mausoleum of great men. A long, rovercutial pauso preceded tho words, "Ashes to ashes, dust to dust." As they wero slowly uttered, a Polish officer advanced from among tho mourners and dropjKHl upon tho coffin some earth taken from tho gravo of Kosciusko, tho hero whoso patriotism and death the poet had praised in verso. Tho effect was CIRCULATION Copies 150,000 i Tho ancient Jews considered It tho greatest insult that could ho offered to a man to pluck his beard, which may account in part for tho wonderful state of preservation that tradition has connected with the.bcard of tho Old World male. It was a notion of tho Mohammedans that, though Noah reached his thousandth birth day, no hair of his blessed beard fell off or becamo white; but the Mohammedans had no moro authority for that than for their belief that tho dovil has but ono solitary long hair for a beard. It was, as somo say, in order to distinguish themselves from tho ancient Israelites that tho followers of Mohammed cropped tho board; but Mohammed, as we know, sanctioned tho dyeing of tho beard and preferred n cano color, because that was tho traditional huo of Abraham's beard. Moro than that, havo wo not tho common Mohammedan oath, "By tho beard of tho prophet," as well as tho supplication, "By your beard, or tho lifo of your board?'1 English Illustrated Magazine. Ico Presorted Meat. Daily. The ino-- t Succesi Newspaper remaikabli New York. The I'leisa Natioual Newspaper. and Cheap neuv, vulgar trasli fiitd no p'aec iu it cdutun'. The Pie- - Im the brighter Editorial page in New York. It sparkler with point?. The Pi ess Sunday Edition U a. splendid paper, covering every current topic of interest. The Press Weekly Edition contains all the good tilings of the Daily and Sunday editions in P'hi.;, .: 'p J3p .'Jew York' WcekSv I a Tribuns, 3 D T, & '5 D 5 "'ililr'. 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BlaekwooiVsMaiznc. rrwrntfl fur Mr. fUniUtont Somo of tho golden wedding presents in Ilawnrden castle are curious. There are half a dozen golden miniature with various inscription on the blades. Ono ax in silvoi, mado to servo as a pencil eam caught my fancy. It was a present from tho Princess of Wales, and had on tho blade tho facetious observation, "Foraxiug questions." Thero is a close intimacy between her royal highness and Mr, Gladstone. Thero aro somo wonderful presents of jowelry from tho shah of Persia and others. On a prominent table roots a large solid gold double inkstand from tho Prince of Wales, but perhaps tho littlo gold model of an afternoon tea servieo from n few workingmen is testimony as btrong of a desire that this political king may "live for ever." Mr. Drew says that tho illumination and labor put into tho addrcw-ewhich Mr. Glmlstono has had iu bin life, and which aro now seatteied all over Hawarden castle, must repro sent a sum of iTi.ooo. 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AUnrtuian,0iCJiUi;s,.VUtehuUbU sn'j1 tis; 1 2 XlatsltS Denier in Horsos, Htics, Currinos, Hund Carts, Owonsboro C;i7"SaddIo "r Ilurnoss Morbus forsalo or liiro at nil tini9t.MVBt Wgi C 3 OB C3 WHEN YOU GO TO 0WEHSB0R0 auecdotes of Loid Tunuyson, and CAM OS among them is ono told ofn lady of tho Tho monster organ in tho old Morgenus "lion hunter" indigenous to mon church at Salt Lako City has English soil. She lived not far from 6URSN0THlH8BiYPjLEl feet one of Tennyson's country homes. 2,701 pipes, each thirty-twlong find largo enough to admit tho and after pestering the poet with iu CURE A 3URE and CERTAIN body of a man of ordinary size. Be vitatioim to luncheon and dinner foi Etnovvn for IC years as tho BEST Bidos this two towers ariso at either months, sho finally prevailed upon rtHMEDY FOR PILES. Eidoto n height of forty-twfeet. It him to come and meet a party of rrcirMl.y HUlUr.DSOV.TiHJUMH). (O., hT.lOfIS, was built in tho early days when nil friends who wero "dying to know freight was hauled from Missouri him." During tho meal, while the river points across tho plains with ox hostess and friends stared at him and teams. One man put in 1,014 days' listened curiously for his words, tho work on it and received provisions poet maintained a rigid silence, until, For thn fined and ifmt Arlhtic Work, only for his labor. It has been un- when nearly at tho clobo, suddenly any size or style. Frederica SLt between dergoing improvement for tho past ho looked about tho tablo and said 0m37 3rd ami 4th. or forty years. St. Louis with great gravity, "I liko my mut thirty-fivT 7 Republic, ton cut in chiuiks." Whether tbo guests penetrated tho sarcasm or not The Leading Fhotsgrajher. A Very BurprUeit Mun. Nccdinc a tonic or children that want building Tho old gentleman who stuck his remains to bo told. Now York Sun. nnmvvtt utoN WTE.usrto. onr trtunpot abovo tho garden wall It la i.lcnftnt to taltc, curr .Malaria, indigesPictures h Every Style and Sise Old, but U4 Good u New, tion, und JHIlouincM. All lUakn keep it. to hoar what was going on, and re... v When I behold a fashionablo table, BoTOld Pictures Copied and ilnrgcd ceived in his ear thogallouof milk roa HiiiPsiA tho milkman supposed ho was bet out in all its magnificence, I fancy A SPECIALTY. which Vno liron ii' Iron Jllttrnu Munfp I'hyilcium ivr o:miicit4 It. ia hniiftflmnid iiaiL 1 eo gouts and dropsies, fancies and 108i Main Street. Genuine ktlmitf us, with other innumerable All dealers kep it. tl ( per bottle. w rapper. waaaveryeurpriBcdman. Buwd distempers,, lyitur OWENSBOIIO, KY "has trade mark and crossed red Hues on JiLJwntoucado 37m0 Youmr Peoplo. Perhaps no English proverb or proverbial phrase is 111010 frequently misquoted than tho 0110 that speaks of hitting a nail on tho head. 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