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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARIV !H TBS FOURTH COKfiRISSION&L DISTRICT, TERMS 11.25 hi Aims, la Aimco. $1.25 HI per year. CARD. VOL. V. LLJ'L HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1893. J' NO. 26. WHEN YOU WHITE TOTHE EDITOR for its repeal will not bo sorry to eco WOMAN'S EIGHTS. them do it, iu fact many will help, 011 tho sly. A right to tread bo softly Beside tho ouch of pain; Secretary Tracy has issued orders To fliiiootiio withgentlo fingers outlining the plan of tho international TI10 tangled locks uguin: naval review, authorized by an act of To watch beside the dyiiifj H easily earned by any our of cither rrx In any Congress, but ho says the Fifty-fir- st Inueosnm' hours of night, part of tun country, who In willing to work tnrias. trlouily at the employment which ue furnlili. And breutho a consecrating prayer tho review will necessarily be a very 1 he labor li light ami pte iint, ami you run no When the spirit takes its (light. rlik whatever. We (It im utit conijiUte.so that humiliating failure it the present 70a can fire the biulnci n trlnl without expe me In yourself For those willing to do n Mttlr work, Congress does not appropriate tho A right to cheer the weary tlili li the gramleit offer limit. You can work H day, or In tho evening onlv. If you arc em of life; On the battle-fie- ld money asked for. Many foreign Govployed, ami have a few spar hours at your disTo gives the word of sympathy posal, ntlllio them, and adit to your Income, ernments havo nccepted invitations to our business will not Intcrlire at nil. You wfll Amid the toil and strife; be amased on the start at tire rspMliy and ease send ships to participate in the review by which you atnais dolltr ti nillarfdsvlnad To lift the burdens gently day oat. ,ven tiffttunri nn from the and their ollicers will come as special Prom the bore ami tired hearts', rlrit hour. Any one can run the IhisIwm none fall. You should try nothing until yon tee And never weary of tbo task guests of this Government, which for yourself whst )ou enn do nt the Imilncss Till gloomy care departs. which we offer. o csplul risked. Womiu arc makes it necessary that the money he rand workers; nowadays tluv innkc as much a men. Tory nlioul trv I'll hurlni 11, n It li to forthcoming to properly entertain to boa woman Alight well adapted to thin. W'tliv at cmiv and e Tor yourself. Address 11. HAM I IT A CO., tlicm. In truest woman's work J tot H to, i'trtltiiHl, Mo. If life should bo a hard one Naval ofliccrs pmiled over tho ri No duties ever shirk; diculous stories in some of the big A right to show to others newpapcrs about Hayti defying tho Huw strong a woman grows When gkiw arc- dark and lowering, United States. "Why," eaid ouo of them, "any one of our new warships And life bears not a ro.-&&-A- r could in au hour or so sink tho entire A right to love one truly ??.0b Ilaytian navy and batter down their And be loved bick again; ron . w'Am&i alleged forts " Tho Secretary of A right to shuro bis fortunes Through Fuushinu and through rain; Slate ha demanded reparation for the A right to be protected cauclesurrot of an American citiFrom life's most cruel lights zen, ami reparation will have to bo love and courage-S- ure y manly madu by Hayti. That is all there is to there are woman's right.! Hotlcn Globe the matter. Democrats in tho House aro making a determined attack on the civil law, which etunds between them and to mauy of the minor public offices. Opmious of Groat Mon Ho Several bills have been introduced, carding oxPrcsidont all with one object to put DemoHays. NWttp. crats iu all theofiiccs. Baa Calf Shoe) In tb world lor thaprto. The President wuy uuahle to attend Bravo Words Prom Kansas. W, L. Douglas tboea aold armjmbm. rvatybody should wear them It 1 a doty lhyst roa owo you wo It to ret the beat value lav tho funeral of JCxcJiangc,' fooi money. BoonoralselnyourtootweeaTbv but the administration was represen pmrohaaiDt W, L. DoURlnsShoos.whlofc When justice and right speaks tho epreaect tho boat vnlua at tbe prloea eV ted by Secretaries Charles Foster, Janguago is understood tho world Tertiaod above, aa thousands can testify. r GenerJ9Takn No Substitute..; Rusk, Noble and over. Kvery man who has tho natural None aenulno without W.L Irwarrnf frnud. mnda name and j rice stamped on bottom Loos al Wannamaker. The President was love ofjustice unimpaired by polititar It when you buy. V L.Houfflaa, Ilrockton, Man, RoMtry very much shocked by tho ncwa ol cal or partisan feeling rau&t applaud L. P. V(i:NKKf llnrtfonl, Ky, Gen. Hays' death, as ho appeared to tho words of Speaker Douglass, of tho be in perfect health when ho saw him Kansas House of Representatives, last, which was at Mrs. Harrison's It must bo remembered that tho vGBUYTHE'SX funeral last fall. As a tribute of re-- . in tho House refused to stand Hpect to the memory of the dead by the rule that tho majority gov of whom nouo but the ern, and uuding themselves in the kindest words arc spoken in Washminority elected their own speaker, ington, by men of all political parties, one Dunsmorc, with 58 votes, while the White House and all tho exec the real Speaker, Mr. Douglass, a utive Departments aro closed tonlay Republican, had G? votes. A majorami will fly their flags at half mast ity of the House is 63. Tho two orfor the next thirty days. In addition ganizations have been jointly occupyt) the members of the Cabinet a detail ing the chamber, both Speakers occu of the prominent Army aud Navy of pying the Speaker's desk, while vafleers attended tho funeral to reprc rious efforts at compromise havo been sent tho&c branches of tho Governmade. Finally, on Saturday aftermrSTrt 'IM ZULfcF most noon, the Senate, controlled by PopujifVi itsh ouriAiiLC, ment. What Ohio Democrats thought of ulists, voted to recognize a joint comv.c ntfy f UnJcAHnKit, f Gen. Hays may be judged by tho re- mittee appointed by Dunsmorc. The MIAUIMU marks of two of them Senator Bncc transmission of that fact to the IIouso THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST. and Outuwaite, provoked Representative Populist cheers. But Send TEN cents to 90 Union 8q.. N. Y., for our prlio enme, "Blind Luck,' nnJ Said Senator Brice: lIwilI, at the Speaker Douglass rapped for order Sewing Machine. win n New Homo proper time, on tho floor of the Senate, and made this brief address with such Tho New Homo Sewing Machine Co, pay my tribute to the worth of Gen, force and directness that tho PopuORANCE, MA88. Hays, iii a mail, a citizen and a pub. lists gave him their attention: lie ollicial. I was, with his other "Gkntlkmus op tiik IIousu Al niowTOR SALE BY The Ohio friends, proud of his record, his low yourselves no uneasiness. bravery and ability as a soldier, his Almighty has wisely iese.cd the power ot cieation to Himself alone. noble aud faithful service as a mem All the power on earth, Senators aud of Congress, his dignified judicious Governors included, cannot mako her and satisfactory maimer of handling sixty-thre- e men out of fiUycight men, affairs as Governor of Ohio, and of his and in every free representative body iu the world tho majority governs. successful management of his adminis The principle of istration as President, ati administraou trial in Kansas as it onco tion which I can now see softened the was years ago. But it triumphed Tho asperities growing out of the civil war then and it will triumph now. friends of tho constitution and the and led to tho perfect union, a blessing which wo aro now enjoying. "Mr. laws will soon stand as 0110 man in Kansas, regardless of party. The Outhwaito said: "Tho Democrats of constitutional Houpo of RepresentaOhio always regarded him as a con tives, with 8ixtysevcn lawful memscieutious man, a patriotic jnau and bers, arc hcio and ready tor business, devoted to tho interests of the Stato and hero it will remain untcrrified and What is tho further pleas-urand country. That ho was held in unawed. of tho House?' It Curce Coldt,CouthiorThroat,Croiip.Tnfla9.. high esteem by tho Stato generally, There must be Scottish blood iu this ttrUIo cure Tor Coasomptloa la first was showu by his election, three times, T aura nlUF Ib kilvaiiad mttwtm. His de man with a Scottish name. iou will tee the eietllent effect aftr takioe the to bo Governor. His record as a solfrit dow. ' field by dalri fferwbtra. Carf uial of tho right of a Senate orot a VVkWII RTBM ?VV dier iu tho war for the Union, was one Governor, or of both combined, to of tho best, and his administration as crcato a majority out of a minority is President was pure, patriotic, and alj, t ran put with such forco that it must touch "'il ways for tho best interests of tho counthe conscience of every mau worthy try." When such words aro spoken of to bo entrusted with power. Duns-mor- o a man by his political opponents, himself had no better answer lauguago fails to express tho esteem than tho highway robber would vouch-saf- o of his political fneuds and associates. to tho victim looking into the CREAM The joint Resolution, providing for muzzle of ,1 revolver, Dun&moro tho election of Senators by popular made no answer to Douhlass' claim of voto was railroaded through the Ho simply asa rightful majority. House, under tho suspension of the YEAR8 sumed tbo attitude of tho robber aud FOR rules, against tho Republicans, who J !od all Worm Remedies. said: "Wo havo been recognized as w lYBUULtUUAHRnitru. pointed out tho serious defects in tho tho legally organized House, and no , measure, but such methods will uot KYi:itYviiKnK. power on earth eavo tho sword can 'oii5icd. co sT.vorw. , A WlliirilMBBBW do in tho Senate, at least not this sesj. dissolve us." sion, and if tho Resolution is adopted Dunsmoro will find that there nro by tho Senate, which is very doubt, men in Kansas now, as there have ful, it will not bo until thoso defects bceu in tho past, who will sco that aro removed. wrong shall not prevail over right. A caucus of Republican Senators It is refreshing to hear such words was to luivo been held this week, at m as these from Speaker Douglass, They M. aw' Senator Sherman's house, to consider aro unanswerable It will bo uuliko the business to bo taken up, asido tho genius of Kansas if tho people to from tho regular appropriation Bills, sCPBSS Br copYBi oh t t oT whom oven Dunsmoro seems willing but it was postponed on tho account of to defer do not dcclaro with Cop.rcial College Douglass CAetw.. f Business College in th$ World, the death of Gon.IIaye,aud will prob that tho power of creation docs not Awarded ntitttat Ilener t World Efpeittloa, for ably not bo held until next week. Pwwai of Hook, k rep as ftod Hear ral ltuklneM Edata belong to a Seuato audGovcruor foil. 10,000 MrmtluatUuiluclBet. HW Htadeaff ISTrubcratinplojxt. Cott f Fvlint)Me Although bills have been favorably rar. loelaJlnc TuMlon. HutlonerT and Hoinl, about 9k combined. ni irinano. Knur now, qradutu iiecraaar ipiaiuaa reported to both House and Senate, ucetMful. Tklltlfe Vaatloa Mr.Dunsmore's denial of tho right tho BUR R. SMITH LEXlNQTONi KY for providing suspension of a majority to rulo is a political of tho purchase of silver by plant whoso growth cannot bo forced tho Government, and tho corridors of EAEC AND UNDEVELOPEt in the political soil of Kansas. tho Capitol and tho Hotels aro full of Ore ana etrexuihened and anlarced. p.mti lotu stopped, toaS Manhood Keatored. talk about silver legislation and it is varicocele, weak tack, loss of memory, dizxinctt, nervousness weakness cared by the lnu not likely that there will be any sil4 Ity Hemedlea. 11.00 per box j six boxes fur T'Oii A written guarantee of cure with ever ver legislation at this session. Thcro 8ond Kamp for 't Nxm. 'ity Mi:nicArf.nartloulara to tli is enough silver Senators who can 1 i:n t.r(i bocouU street, cniANio, C;t lrilii,t neither bc cajoled nor Bulldozed by Mr, Cleveland to prevent nncvnt ow nrmau almahao of tho present silver law, tho repeal For IRV4 and those Contains line flmidreil Iteclpca for mak w delicious Candy chenply And quickly Democrats, who havo been influenced Coughing Lends to ConaumptloB. iittiome. This bookli glvwuftWBjrfttdrus by Mr, Cleveland to promise to vote Kemp's Bulsomttops tuacouuhatODce, uud ccucral stores. ONE DOLLAR EVERY l 1 nam $0jsm c. WASHINGTON. W. L. DOUGLAS S3 8HOE I Post-maste- Pop-ulib- ts Itght Ijhkihg &r hygtJ utth lHX W7JKJ to-da- '0 o VW 'rtifssrr mi dm i?i ITE'S 20 VERMIFUGE .a rf $$A Kf! m -- JlInuc7r: I ijpe-wruia-a; W Tho Eepublioan , and tho Cosmopolitan, a loading magazine, for only S3.00. CHRISTMAS WlfH THE POETS. deed, it is only in our own century that poets and other literary men seem What Famous, Mastors Havo to havo discovered tho literary value, if wo may so call it, of tho child cleWritten of tho Day of ment. Phiebo Gary has presented tho tho Nativity. cAild side of Christmas as well as any Exchange, It is natural .that Chritmastide one of our singers iu her "Christ should bo a favorite theme with our mas:" There is that in tho This happy day, whose risen sun English poets. Shall bet uot through eternity; season and in tho feelings it cogen This holy day, when Chiist tho Lord dci s which appeals to tho heart of men Took on him our humanity, with unusual power, and everything For littlo childtcn cVerwhcre that appeals to the heart givc3 tho poet A joyous season still we make; his opportunity. Among the earlier Wo urmg our preciour gifts to them, Even for the dear child Jesus' sake. poets it was tho clement of good cheer and festivity that was especially emRathor Disconcerting. phasized tho material side of Christ "Gen. Grant onco interfered in a mas, if wo may soaiylo it. Thus old most unwarranted and arbitrary man Tussersang, moro than three hun nor with a poker gamo that was pay dred years ago: iug mo a big profit," said Andrew At Christmas play aud mako good Danncr, ouo of the old vets whowero cheer, iu tho For Christmas comes hut onco a year. flighting the war over again A century later gentle Georgo corridors, of tho Linden, to the St. "It was short Wilber, albiet, ho is not blind to spir- Louis ly after tho battle of Shiloh' and we itual meanings, brought out in his badly Christmas carol tho samo feeling thus: Coufcds were feeling pretty down at tho mouth. I was on the adLo, now is come our joyful'&t feast! vanced picket lino one bright moon Let every mau be jolly; Each room with ivory leaves is dearest, light night, and the Yanks had a post ouly a few hundred yards away. We And every post with holly; Now all our neighbors' chimneys shot at each other until wo got tired smoke, of the sport, wheu wo swapped news And Christmas blocks aro burning, Tficir ovens they with bak'd meats papers, coffee aud tobacco. A dare devil young Yankee Corporal walked choko, And all their spits aro turning. right. into our post, sat down on log Even in our own century the samo as unconcerned as you please, and spirit is shown by one who in his asked if wo knew how to play draw verso retained much of tho spirit of poker. Did we? Wo rather thought bygone days Walter Scott who wo did. Had we auy greenbacks? wroto in tho introduction to "Mar A few. Then he pulled out a deck of cards and wo sat down to play. mion:" Hoanon ninrn wnml. thn uindichill. Pretty soon nuother Yauk carao over, then another, until there were six of But let it whistle as it will, We'll keep our Christmas merry still. them, and wo all joined in and played Even in so spiritual a poem nsTen. a wide open game, forgetting that the nyson's "In Memoriam," a poem cruel war was not over. Luck came which tho joys of this life find so little my way, and I soon had everybody expression, tho Christmas season but tho Yankee Corporal broke. Tho rest were squatted arouud, bluo and moves the tho poet to sing: gray, watching the game, when there Again at Christmas did wo wervo so Tho holly rouud tho Chrstmas hearth; came that ugly familar to tho -- oldiersear Wo looked ino sueut snow possessed tho earth. In most of our poets, however, it is up, and there stood a Yaukce Ser the spiritual side of tho day that is grant with four men. 'Members ot consider yourselves emphasized. Of these none has bet tho Forty-nintcr set fourth tho joyful Christmas uuderarrcstsaid tho Sergeant. 'Oh. spirit of tho occasion than Whittierin come, now, Sergeant,' tho Corporal began, when a horseman rciued up his militant and spirit sti mug" Chris behind the guard, and he concluded: Cannon:" Blow, bugles of battle, the marches of 'Gen. Grant, byhoky.1 "The bluo coats got up looking like peace; East, West, North and South let tho a lot of whipped school.boys aud salong quarrel ceaae; luted their commauder, who eyed Sing the song of great joy that tho them as sternly as n sphinx. They augels began, filed 111 front of tho guard and started Hark! joining in chorus for camp. When their backs were The heavens bend o'ei us! The dark night is ending and dawn turned on him Grant removed the has begun. cigar from his mouth, aud with a cynLong before Whittier, even such ical smile, asked the Confederate an artificial poet as Alexander Pope nearest him: 'Who's ahead'? 'Oh, had caught the modem idea, if not we are ahead replied tho defender tho modern note. In his "Messiah" of the stars and bars. 'Thoso chumps he sings iu that measure of which he you've brought down herecanft play was such a master, but which now, poker a littlo bit.' 'But they can with its rhymed periods aud gorgeous fight, General I remarked, 'Havo trappings, seems somewhat stilted: to sometimes,' said Grant dryly, nod The savior comes! by ancient bards rode away." foretold. SSTNAVILLE. Hear him, ye deaf; aud all ye blind, Jan. 19. It seems quite the thing behold! He from thick films shall purge the now to get married, and many of our visual rave, youug folks are in the stylo. Worth And ou tho sightless eyeballs pour tho Baize and Miss Alico Roby married day; Thursday, Jan. 19. Joe Stinnett 9Tis ho, tho obstructed paths of sounds and MUs Martin, ofOwensboro, will shall clear, And bid now music charm tho unfold- marry next week. E, M. Rhonda ing ear; and Miss Nannie Miller will be marThe dumb shall smg; the lame his ried next Tuesday in Dcanefield. crutch forego, John Thornton and Miss Huff wero Aud lead exulting like the bounding roo married a fow days ago and will mako No sound, no murmur, tho wide world their homo in JEtnaville, shall hear, Rev. Miller preaccd an able serFrom every face ho wipes off every mon at the school-housSunday oven tear. ing. Milton's grand hymn to tho NativiOur school is still moving on grandty wo all know, with its solemn, glad ly. Last Friday was tho end of tho organ music, such as no other hand 5th month. Tho day was spent in could bring from tho keys of our Enpartial examination and general regland speech. Perhaps tho favorite view. A number of visitors wero of all Christmas hymus, however, is present and nil seemed to enjoy tho Alfred Domett's, whoso last stauza day. School will closo on Friday, only shall bo quoted here: Feb. 17, with a very nico entertain, It is the calm and solemn night! A thousand bells ring out aud throw ment, consisting of drills, songs, Their joyous peals abroad and smito specrhes and dialogues. It is rumor Tho darkness charmed aud body cd that Miss Coleman will not continnowl ue her school us was first thought, but Tho night that erst no natno had worn, will in all probability accept a spleud To it a happy name is given; id position iuacollegoin the South, For in that stable lay, now born, Our prayer meetiug still continues Tho pecceful Prince ot earth and and is increasing in interest. heave u. In tho solemn midnight Miss Sallio Coleman spent SaturCenturies ago! day and Sunday in Oweusboro. Of all the modern poets, however, Quite a fashiouablo ball will be nouo has belter voiced tho religious given at tho hotel at Deauefield Satfeelings ot tho occasion none has urday night. A number of young struck n truer note, thau Thackeray, people aro expected out from Owens in his end of tho plaX: boro. Mr. and Mrs. Pate Taylor enter-taiueA gentleman, or old or young! (Bear kindly with my humble lays) a number of their young friends Tho sacred chorus first was sung ouo evening last week, Upen the first ot Chnstmay days; Littlo Sallie May, daughter of Mr, Tho shepherds heard it overhead, and Mrs. J no. Coleman, has bceu The joyous angels raised it then; quite sick with pneumonia. Glory to God ou high, it said, Misses Nettio and Fannie Simpson And peace on earth to gentlemen! spent Sunday in Whitesvillo. My song, save this, is littlo worth, Mr, and Mrs, Frank Westerfield I lay tho weary pen aside. havo moved to Hartford to tako And wish you health, love and inirthJ chargo ot tbo hotel at that place, As fits tho folomn Chrtatmas tide, "Wind, Clouds ANDSAnDKIFTs.', As fits the holy Christmas birth, 4 Bo this, good irienns, our carol still, I.nne medlclnca inutca Hi liowe Bo net.ee ou earth, bo peace on earth, every flny. Iu order to be healthy this Is necesiarr, lomenof gentle will. Globe-Democra- t. k' e, e d PROFESSIONAL A Fow Points to Correspondents Which may Speedy Publication. In-sur- o J. ZEdwlm IRcrw ATTORNEY AT LAW, KENTUCKY. HARTFORD, - - m m Gikago Printer, Occasionly pcoplo while reading their newspaper in the street car como upon remarks which rouso their op position, indignation or approval to such a degreo that they feel impelled to write to the editor and express their feelings at onco. Out the memorandum book and on a torn-o- ff leafn letter is scribbled in the best way which extreme baste and jolting of the car will permit It is mailed that day and tho writer is often astonished at not seeing it published the next morning. Here follows a few hints to correspondents, which, if observed, will go Air to insure publication. If ycur communication refers to something already published don't bother to mention that fact; just give tho editorial news and let tho editor write an introductory sentence or so explaining what you aro talking Ho has the files handy, and about. likes to search through them for day and date. If you want to use a word you don't know how to spell there is little use hunting it up in a dictionary; spell it in Artemus Ward stylo and put quotation marks on it. That will look ns if you wero joking and editors love that kind of a funny man. As for grammar, why worry about that? Gramariaos differ so among themselves that tho editor will proba bly disagree with you anyway. So lot him attend to the grammar; ho has loads of time. Mako each sentence as long and as involved as possible. Then if you decide toward tho latter end ot ono to chaugo tho construction and end the sentence somewhat different from your original intention, do so without hesitation, and don't waste time xnak-ju- g the first part of tho sentence conform with tho last; the editor can eas ily seo what you are driving at and alter it at his leisure, of which ho has so much moro than you. With regard to punctuation, do it profusely or not at at all. In the former case tho editor can amuse himself scratching out tho superfluous marks, aud in tho latter will find gymnastics for his mind and determining where your phrases connect. He needs something like this to keep him from sleeping at his desk. Write on both sides of tho paper, so the foreman will bo unablo to cut it into "takes," which ho foolishly thinks necessry for rapid work. Don't write legibly, or tho editor will tako you for a mere beginner, a man of little importance, Illegibility in their handwriting isossinuously preserved by some of our most distinguished men. If you send matter,run tho lines so closely together that no room is left for impertinent interlineations or correction by tho editor, and if you find that you havo inadvertently used tbo wrong word, write tho cor rect ono on top of tho wrong one ov ery tinio. If you observe these rules' carefully, whenever tho editor finds a letter from you lying on tho table, ho will drop all other business in order to get at it, that ho may puzzle out its meaning and prcparo it for the compositor typo-writte- n Glenn JIB, f. OLENY. Ss J I. K. WEDD1KS. "Wed-d-im;- , HARTFORD, KY. (Office, orer Anderson's Ilawar.) Will practice their profusion In nil the. courts Ohio and adjoiainj counties, and court of Appeals Special Attention given to criminal practice v2nS2ly collection!. .,-.- ait James w.SzxiLtlx, Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY, Wilt practice h's profession In Ohio and adjohl Ing counties, and the court of Appeals. 'bpeffT attention given to collections. Office north sido public square. E. D. Ot'FPY, A v? flf B. D. RI2700. Attorneys at Law. Will practice In all courts of Ohio and adlomiag counties, and In Sup4rior Court and Conn of Aifills. Collection1) and all legal butne attentat r0. Office, No, agJK. Market atHartfordt Cy. - Perry "Westerfialsl ATTORNEY AT LAW, HARTFORD, KTST. , IS. 3EZ. "Wedding-- (umcoinurowuer uuuamg.j Will practice his profession In all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Alio Notau R.oslne, XSLy. 3v. Zj. Hearrln, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Attorney at Law, Pnbllc v2ittf Will practice his profession In ail the Courts at Ohio and adjoining counties, and In the Court as Appeals. Special attention ctven to collection. Office, over Williams, Bell A Co' drugstore. Hartford. Ky, DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Is prepared to do all kinds of Dental work at reasonable prices. .. $. Xr'gfiS! vrs.)mrxzjajt AT vP J-fAK- .JL A W-mSbmSi- t JPhE :asotit :MP? LANE'SFJIOIGIHEIt drnmlit at f a packaso. All s sell It X rtw mi vvmrkLAiUll 13 Dtl I art atr doctor says It acts irentlr on tho itomarh, ifrer kldnca,niidlsnilfaiant laxatlre. Tbi drink U id from herba, and U prepared (or uu aa eaiu aa tea. It Is called nd fine, u" .li abrSuaWfT I.W THfJ8WnMARHPJl5a.PJ'!SHTMD . iMtiUa&BM a and . FStanrtf&vV. 1 A) Ioucamiotmtt,oiKlrouraddriMf(iMreoaaniple. OUATUU H (imH AIM. LltOV,,i. at onoo. ;s r " Nioknames of tho Generals. General Grant Unconditional Sur render, General Sherman Undo Billy or Old Tecumseh. General McClellan Littlo Mac. Gen eralMeado Four Eyes. General Burnsido Littlo Rhody, General Hooker Fighting Joo. McCook family Fighting s. i mm IS THE CCST. -- eai MUMjtJWVt " 1 . ' irati.. "IISTI S3 General General General mntics. General General General Geueral General Geueral General General Pope Saddlebags Johu. Hancock Tho Superb. Humphrey Old Matho Agents Wanted! A. H. LOZEIER & CO., Wholesale Doalcrt, CLEVELAND, O. Superior St. Logan Black Jack. Sheridan Littlo Phil, Sykes Sykesy. Ilcllcck Old Brains, Rosecrans Rosoy. Kearney Ono armed Phil, Butler Coctc Eyo, Kilpatrick Kil. Gcseral Custer Ringlets, General Thomas Old Pap. A. J. SLATON, M. D., Physician Formerly of field, otters his Oraysoa and dsoce, (the Dr. Millwood, & Surgeon, Wy now located at Leitck professional services to the people) adjoiuing counties. Office m re Uadeu property.) aa DO YOU WANT TO MARRY, or do you social letters from gentlemen sud ladies ofculturo and mean Irom all orer the count rj? U io, Just send ono ten cent and receive a copy of tho elegant matrimonial jmper called Obahss IUomomi. which will aflord you more healthful erjovmcutth&n)ourmT6 had for many a day: each number contains hundreds of letters Irom young ladles and gentlemen wantlngcorrespondenti from thoae of the- opposite sex; If there N a man or woman who has not found his or her affinity hero's the golden opportunity. Address OaANai 1080 m, room 15, II UoyUton street, Bostoo, 33 ly, Mum. Commercial Hotel, CENTRAL CITY, KY. R. R. PAXON, PROPRITOR. Has just been repaired and newly first-clas- furnished. Located closo to Depot s Good meals or lunch Givt it a trial. Hsfpjr a&dcorttntb ft feoixtt with "lift Mm IMtttr ; a lamp with tht light of tM mnufcafr CaUlocuf. writ. Rochester Lamp Ca,Ksavl TUB VLOOD. rsT Weakness, Malaxia. tdjftajlasj ftfat WUottnaas,Uke The Republican and Courier-Journboth one year for only $1.75. al Recognition of tho ehrildreu'a aharo in Christmas seems to havo come la term poetry than in practice. Iu Sr .are broken down from orerwork or bousahoU Mad Persons rrtvllds the system, aids digestion, rtimoves as RAaLUs ltrnvna Trnn Illttra rv ro It cures fuZetlr. For aala tbiismalBav tesdkatso, fl V'. i fMr V in br ail dla , fa 2UttMMxs&Mtiat$a&i4 'iavo pletlgccl themselves to erase them of tho Lytic Library, of Hartford li ifio lltubuiitl ?n fit unc? About tho Schools. For Salo. For Rout. irom the statute books. College & Business Institute will al I do not agree with bo ninny who A. A. Brown, who has taught a Tho best law oflico in Hartfon i np-- tf A goodfanu containing 212 acres They seem now on the point of sue low said person or persons tho pTiv very successful school at High View, orouounco tho genial, plonwuit of Intnl. About onedialf clcarcd;good ruuusiini) kvihiy fmday MOHNINU. a myth. Ho Is not, but ho is ply to John J, Mcilcmy. cess. If this proves true tho South will ilego of letting cither their own District No. 18, closed Inst Friday. well watcied. hies inipiovcnieutH; ladly In tho minority. Without bereturn to her former humiliating con names, in tho form of a body, or tho Quito a number of visitors wcro preving partial to my hcx 1 beliovoith t. V IUkARit, Pro"l. J mi. II. IIaiikm, (t!ner fourr :esSnith ofFordsvillo on tho KlMor hi) I Proprietor. JO, II. HOIir.ltl, dition of dependence on agriculture. unmcofFome particular friend or an- ent and enjoyed tho exercises. He v. generally tho fault of tho husband e.xteiLiuii of the Owensboro iV; Falls of Her rich stores of undeveloped wealth cestor, as they prefer, to bceomo a II. I1. Brown delivered n good ppecett that tho wifo lacks animation when Tor terms, call on or FIUDAY, JANUARY 27, 189;). Of tho Condition of tho Rough lailroitd. in his presence. A woman to bo will remain locked up from her peo part of the name of tho library; at tho close of which ho presented, on agreeable, John J. McIInxiiY, charming, delightful must address plo until they recognize in Protection and tho person or persons will be behalf ot the school, a fine gold pen hnvo an incentive, and theru in no Hartfoid, Ky. 8tt i Tin: Texas Legislature the only means of insuring the indus- grautedtho privilege of using tho to tho teacher. greater ono to bo found than thgin Ttnrrnr O. Mill in tlin IT ft Untmln t trial nd anccment of their section, nato feeling that tho person with For Salo, books free of charge, so long as they Miss Mecio Tichenorhas closed a on Tuesday. Two unwert and colts. Terms most conform to the rules and regulations successful school at West Point, Dis- whom you nro thrown is waiting anxiously for your opinion mid HARDINSBORG. leasonable. Call on or address, Z. of same. Whi:n you read anything in the trict Xo. 13. watches your ovory expression ami Dr. John W.Moormnn, of Constan(hilliii Bro. Huttfonl. 2. Anyouo contributing money, Kin'cnucAN you can tie to it. You tino, was in town last week on pro lit tho Closo of Busiuoss Wayne Tho Centertown school, in charge gosturo with loving glances. Why, I hnvo known tho harshest books, or furniture to tho o mount of December 31,1802. don't find it contradicted in the next fcssional business. drowns inon ditterz of Prof. J. Brown, closed Friday. voice ntul most abrupt mnnucrtema lUlloii-m$10 to said library, may have tho ;unIni1lKi'lnH 0cilrt Miih issue. Messrs. A. 11 Skillmau, W. C. rtthli.t'Uiriil lvllUi) l'ltil Elsewhere will be found resolutions to soften nnd reflno under such tuterlH,NcniHMie free use of the books of same for a It HKSOUKCIM. il.al moUlt Oeiiuiuo rUtis rpninuiH ml Moorman, II. L, Ncwsom mid deputy adopted at the close of Prof. II, II. lage. Lovol It is all powerful a marKttiiiitrwctltiiaiKiimwroi it.r. Wi: invite our friends from nil over C'W,7M. 1!) UniUuilo woman needs it; inunt have it to Notes and Hill sheriff, Will Itamsey, all of Clover-por- t, term of 20 years, provided, said per Davis school at Point Pleasant, Disthe county to write us the news from IJ.OOO.OO grow and develop. What iloou bho Heal Kstute sou conform 8 to the rules and regulaTho Spring Torm attended County Court last trict Xo. 00. Mr. Davis has taught caro about polities if bho fouls that an Furniture aud Fixture. . 1,500.00 their respective neighborhoods, thus tions of tho library. week. ur Tin exprebded opinion Ls likely to hiibject Ca-- li on Hand and in other a good school, enabling us to give the news of the 3 Anyone ranking a contribution Miss Eva Henslcy went to Ituth lSuukri 1.2:2 her to ridicule? Whnt interest Istriio 20,0:; A. M. Smith, from Prof. A. A. entire count). going to tako in tho current ovenU of last week to visit Mr.and Mrs. Everett amounting lb 1 in value, will bo Brown's school, is a new student nt uio day when shoinut needs go away granted the free use of the books of $!:!.; i.7i Tin: scntimeut for better roads Cooper. the College. Wo gladly welcome from homo to discuss them I Strang LIABILITIKS. Aaron Kincheloo is at homo from tho library for one year. Said per- him back grows apaco and some very important 06 1 of nil strango things, on uo upon a Will open January LMrd, and contin among us. sons shall also conform to the rules 625,000.00 time this woman's word was law, Capital Stock reform may bo expected in the next Clovcrport, where ho has been act ue live mouth'. Tho Beda school, District Xo. 100, nnd tho man who does not now euro Kcftcrvo of thor library. .201. few years. When tho people take a ing in the capacity of salesman, at the 0,250.00 Thorough and Piaetfeal Instruction Theabovo offers will stand good under the caro of Prof. S. C. Stevens, a hn'penuy what sho thinks, in days Surplus Fund GentsFuruishiiig House andBookStorc hand in tho matter it will be done. I02.0;t until the board of trustees sec fit to closed last Tuesday, after a very sue gono by hung upon her words iw if Duo other Hanks Given in Scieutilic and Teacher' ol John D. Habbago. ." OUoOS.li thoy wero bo many pearls of wisdom. Deposit withdraw them, ot which, dtie notice cesaful session. A large crowd atTin: Fusion Democrats and PopuMvpoiibOi, board and TuCom sen. Undoubtedly tho women hnvo a rhehpworth League held a public tended and enjoyed the evening's exwill bo given. lists of Kansas Legislature on Wednesright to complain, for man's iudif meeting at the ME. Church Tuesition, 10.00 per mouth. For the present, address Miss Lula ercises. ferenro to tho woman whom ho has day elected John Martin to the Sen day night, Jail. 17th. Subscribed ami sworn to beCie mo A small, but Tor Catalogue of further informachosen for a life partner is made to this January I!d, 1$!M Johnson Sec'y of board of trustees of ate. The legality of the election is appreciative audience was Albert Mnddox, a student of Prof, present. furnish a backgiound for two third tion call on or address L. L. of II. C. & B.I. Siiixiiy Taylok, I). CO. ('. A. A. Brown's school at High View, of denied, however, by the Republicans Considering tho obstacles, the word plctmes drawn. Tho met I. S. M.w.v, This January 1803. will attend Bethel College the ensuand Stalwart Democrats. In submitting this we be; Ut state Ftnge Fooms to rovel ot tho fact. Uii with and overcome, ic do not hesi J. W. Lytm:, Chni'n, wholcMnno jcts nro tosbed about in that our huiiic ing five mouths. ha Riilgt1, Ky. teaililv grown A United States Senator only gets tate in pronouncing this meeting a alricht fashion. Poetry and prose each month hluce tnir opening, and Mins Lula Jousdov, Sec'y, Da vie Cmiuty. glittering success. Four new nnmes Hl aml' vo many a fling at tho lttckU Wf000 a year, lint the Kentucky by the miM careful, watchfuhie and Katie Imsley, of the Beda school,! boing who has wagered her all in a strict oberanee olthe principle of Legitflntuie ha alieady spent over uero added to tho membership. ROSINE. Miss Jessie Schull, of Owensboro, Ji in. 23.- -- Kvervonc welcoming uui'iiucu every nay oi tiie hviuii. tho chaneo game of matrimony only the imwt eotijcivntive Hanking, we a 10,000 in a vain eilbrt to nominate to lose. Cincinnati Commereial Ua hope not only to extend nurnciuniut The teacher, Prof. S. C. Steven inwas at this place last week, the gueet the present thaw. Wonder when Carlisle's fcuece&sor. zetto. anee, but to pnte ouelve wot thy of Mrs. Frank Hnswell. S, J. Wedding h somewhat forms us that this is Mis Katie's third Mrs. Kentucky will get enough such? the coniidence that U being ni liberalrUHigti. lint Kind. Je-jssession, ot five months, without miss Whitworth, agent of L. II. & better at this writing. Immediately aftor I had left tho ly reposed in ih. U.K., at this ptoce, is confined in Wo aie here to acrouiiiiodnte the Tiiincis are growing lively at Miss Anna M. Allen, of near town, iug a single day. Who can beat that emigrant train I mn told that I his room at Heard's Hotel with fever, ha recovered from her recent illnee. record? Frankfort in the scramble for the seat looked liko a man at doathV door, h people, each and every huiiu", to them, J. L. Elmore, E. M. Woodward much had tho long journey hhalceu eotiUesy tl.all he etenIed be sieri-tlc- ed made vacant by the resignation of lie has been sick about n week at thin S. D.Chilih U very ill of hemorrhage. mo. 1 Kit at tho end of the car, and but in no rae hhall safety Lindsay, Mc uiiting. Senator Carlisle. new student at school is progressing nicely, and A. S. Bennett, Our for friemhhii or to obttiiu l)U- tho catch licimj broken and myholf Hartford College, havo rented a room pick nnd fovciish, I had to hold the imvj. IJcv. W. B. Suead has completed a under tho management ot Prof. Ben Creary and Stone nre the contestants, John II.IUiivi.s (Vlnei. and next Thursday has been named revival meeting in the Wesley Chapel nett, assisted by MisaHorteuse Paget, over Williams, Bell A Co.'s drug door opon with my foot for tho hake as the date on which the Senatorial neighborhood. Tho meetings were who are among the county's best store and have made of it a model of air. In thin attitude my leg burred tho held at the home of Riley Blair. Inwill bo held. caucus Tho other day teachers and their pupils are doing "bachelor's hall." nowhboy from hw Ux of merchantemperance, it seems, is the great sin good work they seem to follow the the boys drew straws for the various dise. I tnado hiusto to let him jtis--j Gattling's new gun is worked by an of that community. to Bum has made lines of advice written by Wilson: employments necessary keep when I observed that he was coming, electric motor, and will discharge two itself felt. things in shipshape, and the drawing but I was busy with n look, ami so, It is to bo honed that "Think for thyself; oue good idea, This thousand bullets a minute. AM) But known to be thine own, resulted as follows: Woodward, cook; onco or twice, ho camo upon mo un uould be a promising weapon with permanent good will result from the Is better than a thousand gleaned labor of Rev. Snead. Elnnre, dishwasher; Bennett, janitor a wares. There were which to shoot folly as it flies during a On theso occasions ho mot nnlely From fields by others sown." and general roustabout. meeting of the Kansas Legislature, twelve conversions anil four additions Here's a struck rnv foot ntdde. aud tboimh I Mr. Farmer, a popular railroad good Couiier-Journa- l. to the church. example for other young men to ' myself niologi2etl, nsif to show him tnau, of Ilon-- Branch, made a flying follow. Youiifi men And it might not be amiss in this Tho Quarterly Meeting of the M. with nmll means i tlio way, ho answoml mo never n 1 chafed furiously, aud 1 fear s..mv n trip to our town Friday. connection to suggest a shot or so at E. Church was held at Sample can thus educate themselves at a vcrv wonL last L. t tho next time It would havo conio to Mrs. James Raley is visiting her small our own beloved (?) institution posing week. Rev. E. L. Shephard preside outlay ot cash. words; but Middouly I felt a touch son, Frank Sullenger, near Hartford. as a Legislature, Ti work r'glit at h mv inc. Hartford College enters tho last upon my hhoitlder, and a large, Miss Dora Gibson, Beaver Dam, Sherman Ball, who is teaching at five months of the year with the juicy pear was put into my baud. Justici; L, Q. C. Lamaii, of the Taulton, and visited friends here Saturday ami It was tho newsboy, who had olh Silas Pate, who is teach brightest prospects in ita hNtory for a berved that I was looking ill, mid ho United States Supreme Court, died Sunday. ing nt Oakland, were in town Satureueeessfull term. Already fifty board made mo this present out of a tender JI Mrs. T. J. Kirby is visiting the His at Macon, Ga,, Monday, mi;i:ts day. ing students have matriculated and heart will doubtless bp named before family of D. M. Docker. I was For tho re.t of the journey Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hnswell cele still others are to come. rr m-- ri .i Verily, the March 4th, so that if any Democratic Rev. Bennett filled his regular aprfu petted likon hick child; ho lent mo To Ivirn t grated their wooden wedding, Thurs College boometh. Mime) Without an) I?ik newspapers, thus depilving himself legal light of Hartford has laid the pointment here Sunday. day, Jan. 10th, Some of their friends of his legitimate protlt on their Kile, i r Ipenti. flattering unction to his soul to the Ji. 1. taunon nas accepted a po Stati: of Ohio, City or Tou;no, ) nnd camo repeatedly to hit by im weie invited to be present on that effect that he has hoped that .Grover Lucas County, sitiou with Kagland Bros., for this m and cheer mo up. " Across tho auspicious day. The following perIX) Fkaxk J, Cjienky makes oath Plains." would give him the job, ho had as LL. year. sons were there: Rev. L. E. Campthat he is the senicr partner of the Write at unco for p.irth uhirn to flywell make up his mind to be content Col. J. S. R. Wedding made a bell, Mr. ami Mrs. John P. Has-wel- l; with filling the place of home humble ing visit here this week; he likes Sul- firm ot F. J. Chi:xi:y & Co., doing Mi r n rr ii n 71 a niiiiriiii Incorporation Notice. Mr. ami Mrs. JohnD. Becler; business in the Cityof Toledo, County Republican Storekeeper-Gange- r. ' AH ION l Notice is hereby nmon that the Id. A. Lll.: Mr, and Mrs. C. 12. Hnswell; Mr. and phur Springs better than Rosine, and aud State aforesaid, and that wild Articles of Incorporation, pursuant why shouldn't he? Yi, we must have Prohibition. Mrs. Morris Eakridge; John P. Has The Construction train was delay firm will pay the sum of ONK HUN- to uhnpter (, Cieunr.il Statues of Ilartldrd, Conn. ALIKK. Right, morality, social purity, virtue, well, Jr. and Miss Linnie Hnswell; ed here Sunday afternoon, on account DRED DOLLARS fot each aud .Kentucky, of the Ci.iine Coal Comcivilization, religion all all demand Ed. G. Beard, aud Mrs. Lulu Rush, of the conductor having important every case of Catarrh that cannot be pany hae been duly acknowledged .Prohibition, lie who would strike it Mrs. Emaline Board, and Misses Lula business on McIIenry Street, but af- cured by the use. of ILu.V Catauieii WKKKLV and lodged for record iu the Ohio SPMCIAL AfJvrK?iTI()iN Mercer, Bettie Taylor, Florence down is au enemy to the bet interFBANK J. CHENEY. ter a great deal of calling from tho Cuiik. County Clerk's Office. The name Smith, Catharine Eskridge, Jc.-si-e ests of the community. Hut for ProSworn to before me and subscribed engineer, Johnnie was seen hustlior S. of tho Incorporators are Given to the Traveling hibition to be enacted into law is not Schull, and Messrs. W. G. Hnswell, to his post of duty. in my presence, this the (!th day of X. Gaines and O. Bead. The lIKXli'V WATTKIfSON, and Jesse R Eskridge. Before pin Kdinw. law mu&t be enforcsufficient. That December, A. D. 1880. Public. principal biMnes of the Company Obituary. ed. So we shall still insist that the ceeding any farther we desire to state Best Democratic Paper Pub. uill he mining aud dentin' iu co.d in Patesville, on the 12tii Died, way to have the full measure of good right here, that each person present A. W.GLEASOX, A day of January, Hamilton Maxwell, 1. 00 II Notary Pnblif. and bin ing and celling dry good, (M1. which flows from such a law is for pub- felt that it was good to bo there. supper had been prepared for the iu the 79th year of age, of rheuma Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intor-nall- groceries, notion, c, aud doing lic sentiment to demand its enforceaud acts directly on tho blooil a general merchandise huHmetniid Down with the Hliud Tiger. guests of 'the evening. The table was tism of the heart. He leaves a widment. not made attractive by things good to ow in feeble health, and three sons and mucous burfacts of the system. it.s prlnvip.il place of busineKords-vill- e, his los. He realized Send for testimonials, free. Tin: New YoikiYft says: "The eat alone. Flowers added beauty and to mourn Kentucky. The caj ital tock It"t condensed nun, fragrance by their presence. Sold by all druggist, 7.ic. The his condition and was ready when tho of tlmciimp'itiv Mudl be !Ji),t)iH), di- present State Senate of Indiana is by isl stories, ided into J(HI hftre of lOO Mch, all accounts a common place and mc friendship of those invited was ex Master called him. He was complain A Reward of 50() I'cHt inisrolhuiy, diocic body, but it has put in a claim preyed by presents of a decidedly ing for some time, but not seriously of whuh Ar,Ot)D lias now btmMil-hctibTho following is ill until two or three days before ho "Will be given for auyca? of to tho remembrance of posteiity that Mtbtnntial nature. and fully paid up. The Ho. I wniious puo, which cannot bo cured by Dr. thclto: A potato masher, a whistle, died. The hearts of all who knew none will care to depute. Its refiKil shall begin bu&iuo on this Hot childron'4 duinrttuont Drummond;s Lightning Bemcdy. day and continue for twenty-fn- e him go out in sympathy to the beto adjoin n on the day of the funeral of a card case, picture of Cyuthia,plush-tenteIltibt anvvur to oorrnXml- The proprietors do not liiilo this oiler, oak rocking chair, oak center reaved widow and his ton Thomas' Hayes, as a formal mark years. Its business shall be conbut print it in bold typo on all then onU doii.iitoiwntB, table, inkstand and an clegaut oak family, who rnatlo their home with of respect for that courageous Amer ducted by a President, General . . . n nit Eliza, who was circulars, wrappers, printed matter, Manager, Secretary aud Treasurer, ican statesman, will be recognized by ureMiig case. ino nnest looking his daughter-inIaHeit editorials. liUtory signifying that in the pres- person present was V. Schull Has sincerely attached to him, feems al- and tho columns of nepapers ev and Superintendent, who .shall be It rivcs awav a aluahlo piemiuiu It will work wonders-- one She never tired erywhere. ent Senate of Indiana party rancor well, tho son and young hopeful of most oleeted annually on the second Mon eluh uory da for tho large bottle curing any ordinary case. A royal boy ot doing for his comfort and he was uiw superior to American patriotism, the host and hostess. iir.st-clns- s roeoiod, Samplu copiouof tho Jf the druggist has not got it, ho will day in December iu each year. The He never ciies miles- often heard to say that she was one and bigotry and hatted to dignity and baby ho is. highest amount of indebtedness or Weekly Conner Journal will angry. He is never angry unless his of the beat of daughters. Ho was a order it, or it will be sent to any decencv." liability the Incorporation may inon receipt of price,togcthur with rights are trampled over. His rights, consistent Seventh Day Baptiht he Mjnt frcu to any address. three-fourt- hs of for Drum, cur fib.ill not exceed Irouaud Steoi Manuiactnres however, extend over a pretty large and the seventh day was al- special instructions Co., use. Maiden pai I up stock of yaid corporation. Write to COIJIMKK-JOKKN'A- L ways strictly observed iu his family. mond Medicine scope of territory. in tho South. Tho private property of the stockCO., I.ouibilIc, Ky. He is not dead but sleepeth. "For Lane, New York. Agents wanted, Rom.v ITood. X '. iVew. holders of tho Company hImII bo exif a man dieth he shall live again." No section of the United States has Columbian Valentino. empt from liability for tho debts of M. K. profited more by thcProtectivo system CROMWELL NEWS. Mardi'gras Carnival, New Orleans, the Company. THIS HKPPHUCAX and tho than the Bourbon South. Au approxiSkating is nil the Bushier good. La., Mobile, Ala., February 14, 'WL ui Witness our hands this (1th day WKKKLV COUKIKU-JOriJXA- L Resolutions of Respect. mate idea of the progress of Southern go here. Jan. 20. WiiKiinAS Tho school For this occasion the Mississippi Val of I member, ISO','. will ho sontono jear to nny aildross The trial of W. T. Tilford was industry under the tariff policy which ley Itoutc will on February 10th, 11th, W. S. Gaimis until Monday, Jan. 'J.'lrd, on of District No. CO, which has beeu 12th aud Southern leaders are endeavoring to oril.Tn. Addrs Tho KLTUJU 13th sell round trip tickets so successfully by Mr. II. II O. Ki:ai). Col. taught ovci throw may be obtained from a account of absence of witnesses. or- Davis has this day harmoniously to New Orleans, La., and Mobile.Ala., HyM, L. Ileavriu, Attorney for LICAX, Hartford, Ky. United States census report jiut is Bcatty is out again, at the rate of one faic. Tickets will eaid Company. closed bo it Hied on iron and steel making in the L. Morton is on the gick list this imii.VKWLss, oi in.- - rnircrt Itioi.vi:t), That wo tho under bo good returning until Februrary 28, II A III T 'nrrl nt Homo 1m 'lruliii United States. week. T, B. Lynch, G. P. A. 1M3. Ity fuliiiliilmcrlu Ir. IliihitV signed pupils of said District, do exStatement of the Condition Tho capital invented in the blast Tho boats arc not running on ac ioliliu S5 Kir, tend Mr. Davis our sincere and heartor THE fuuiaco branch of this industry in count of the river being frozen. o It fit) in alJ"i"f lit r liinpi-fruir- . Troublo in tho Northwest felt thanks for his noble generosity or ifii, or in l'K.l, witliitut Hie kno0('I uf tlio creased during tho census period from II. WiUon, the hustling teamster, ISL Paul Globe. I'lllciit, It IK ft) 4iilutny lixnillt tf, .itjcl Will uIIm t and impartiality, which have been so or S10!)GJ,20I to 83:5,207,370, a gain has gone to Woodbury. Crinoline, thoy say, is coming1 inn I'prumti'iit iiiil imI) t mo, wIkIImt Urn a tunt a inul rrnttoilrinkt rttrimnhlioiH)ceU, of $1(1,23 1,103, or t3.7fi percent. Tho party at N.G.Gillstrap's was a boldly exhibited and extended to all. to stylo again. If tho woman can bo mm is ii.m:,st. i.oiiis a ti;.. u. u It In Urni in n tlitni iti own, an in cv IlraoLVMi, That it is our most siny 'los of IliiiliuN, At fhu Production grew from 3r0(.30 net grand affair. Jack. peasuudod to walk in single file aloijg rrycupQu p rf t cun hit follont.l It nncr 7 IM)3. cere desire that his voyagft upon tho L;ui:7ilh, Si, Lcuis I t::i aikay. hIIh, fJho pyhtrm m Itnpri'KiHtiHl Mitti tlie tons in 188S to l,S3l,r8! net tons it; Jan. 21. tho walks of St. Paul the mon may for the jmn ifi, it )o(nti( anultt r ImprHiiUHiy billowy eea of life may be continued 1WJ0, agaiu of 1,181, lot) net tons, bo able to wallc by thorn on tlio HKSOUKCKS. lienor ujM (il to ( lt. Curcri cnnri)tfr. 18 fcciir.ian.1 IN JiniXT NOV.l, l'i. peacefully to the end. n Uiuk of jtrtkulmrn..iMn or 423, fi3 per cent, thedoiat. curb-ston870,1)1 1.82 Resolutions. but tho city will bo Bills discounted KNNI'JU'll'K? i'it, W II VCi: Stittt Ciiiiui. Il!orYi:i, That a copy of these vr.sriHr.M; J'flil). lull;. in rolling mills and steel works in3,000.00 lUltl.Uhlo, Since a library has been established compolled to put aido- -t racks ovory Heal ostato ,. U. I.bUiovllln 7tra. in. nt. Furniture and fixtures. . , . 1,000.00 vented capital gicw from 81 lJHfttiO in connection with Hartford College, resolutions bo presented to our be hundred UVdt Puliit foot or m) to enahlo women Honda and Hank Stock . . 1,311.07 .. f.lln.ni, 7.8i p.m. lovod teacher to the county papers, in 1880to$17,fi28,0!lflin 18U0,a gain and bccured in such a manner that it Ki:imiMCAX and .. nr.uilcniiur .I7. in. Mi7 p. m. to pass ouch other. 1 Herald, for publiDiihts iu f iifil .. ' i a. in. 8 J7 p. til. (75.00 to lriiilAn rr. of S.j,8tS2,fc30, or oO.SO per cent. will go to the common school district cation. 1 1,1 17.78 Gull on hand .. lo n. in, u.Jl p.m. tltinpurt prtr rrrd who c:m furnish (thorno nii'l jjivi llulr Production in this branch rose from in which Hartford is located, and so Committee E. L. MyerH, W. F. GYuJi in other Hunks lo.ll a.m. 9.11 p. m. College Notes. 17,280.08 wholMtluift In th l'iiiiit'-- . inoiii"iit .. lliltn. in. HUiip, rn, 2!H),32tj to 515,775 net tons, a gain of fcccured that it will forever remain James, A. B. Coffmau, Edith Tich-cn- or, lo, .fmi Tinm.ii mtij lprofilnliljeintlnjHl Tho work iu our school still pro ,. ll.nA n. in. inn p,m, Lcllnrt Willie Everlv, Mattie Liudiev. tul'MTntulultifl. II. r.JOII.VNO.VA- - o 8108,305.41) 225,451 net tons, or 77.05 per cent, the property of tho public; and, since (twit)1wro( M It p. in. Utll D. in. boveral now st- u- j SCth hiiJ JUin Mt( Hklituoml, Vn. Jobu Bell, Jr. Herald please copy. gresses nicely, . feKtllUlf , IJADIL1TIES. 1.lp.m, lUlp.m. during the decade. it has become uecessary to enlarge dents matriculated this week. Ar. UtttJeiHOii . l.Wp.MI. Utou, m. In the mean time the average an- and better equip this most importnut 8.10,000.00 Capiui etock them are J. L. Elmoro,. Among Old Doctor Drummond, No.fi-- ', No.fil, 72,480.85 A,JInrrl " JolUcd nual earning of employes in the iron factor m educational, social and After years of patieut study aud ex- Westorfiold; A. S. Bennett, Boduj-A- . Dqioait. . . KASmoUNI). iKUjr. Iail Dividends unpaid 1,144.00 I.V. llcmUrvnn... ...... ....... . 7:1ft a. in. 3; 13p, w, and steel induct ies increased from religious work, tho Trustees of enid periment has given to the world a M, Smith, Contortown; J. S.IIur-rol- d, Due other Banks 4.30 fetmttfivltlc 7.17n. in, 3.17 p. in. 8304.02 to 108.10, a gain of 8101.17 library havo concluded to mako the preparation which is an absolute euro OiciiClMiio. ., 413.01 . 8.i7n,in. Sorgho; Misses Eva and Paris Discount and Kxclinngc. UA1MJKIIS. i.t1t m. 3 1,20 per cent. Import . i'Jo.lti. 6.Wp, m Undivided Profits followiug propositions that will not for every form of Rheumatism. Ask Pirtlo, 4,340.73 Hartford; Bessie Maddo. Mhm(nviII . ii.iTu.in. f.3(ip,m This foci partial showing of what only enlarge the library, but will your druggist for it, and do not take MoIIonry; O)posito Sulor und noiir C'Ioorort . l'.(i a, in. 6.67 p. rn, Lelia llosson, Shrove, and rincrpoit $108,305.49 Hotel, Cloverport, Ky. Protection ha done for tho South. It give all tho friends of the library anything else, for nothing else is . K van, in. Clop. m. htpphuiprrl as Mrs. Maggie Simmons. Drakesboro, r (n!lim . 1102 a, ni. 7.04 p, in, is planting factories besido her cotton aud school a chance to enjoy the ben-f- its good. A dividend of 81.00 per share is If your druggist has uotgot , 11:2) Misses Eva Morton, Laura Bonder, nrHnlM)turg , in, 7.31 p. m, ficlds.opeuiug up her hidden treasures UVmI llnl of a circulating library; 1'i'ilp. in, 8 (dp. ni, itwrite to the Drummond Medicine Eloctra and Lula Cawjii visited novluo and payable on demand. Ar. Loulitfllit l.iio p. m, 0 03 p, m. of minerals and pouring a stream of 1, To the person or persons who Co., 0 Maiden Lane, New York, General Exoteises Afonilnv. A K- - Cox, PnnsmnNr. Trib- ThhIii No, nnl No. Ri mnko ronntrllon at Northern and foreign capital into her are first in making a donation, cither and they will scud you full particuIrviiiKtoii (Ruinl iy vxvx ptp.l) nltli (rairn on lap. Nevertheless Southern leaders of mouey, books, or furniture, or com lars and testimonials of wonderful jo lirwRKu amiaxao intcnVN' ft) TllRlMJOD. ti rn It, It,, rust ami J!flrllnliiir A For JHU4 Wtmkaaa. Uiliria. lduroitios and mn hiivogouoou denouncing our tarifl posed of all, aud amouutiuuto S50 cures, together with special instrucachI bo u ml. Tor lurllirr liiforiiiation, lilrii Contains One numlrrd ItMlpas for BUt7Uinoss,Uke rr Wro s. 1. C, MOIIDUK, Oen, Pa'r A't. laws as the sum of nil villainies, and in value, the Trustees and manager For alo br All tions. Ageuts wanted. It cotm qvlclJr tkon riTrp:JoaUnlP iUrome. TliU bootcU Kluttwuyutdrug I.ouliTllt,Iy, UiU ifonorai Korea. ' I bus-uand Hflrtford iRcpilblicmi Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK Er ', K Timmm 1 1 .T E85E8IEI!: e i i v Pcsfy'v t "Nay 5' 6IRLS FA STi LIME t M C sue-c&- sor hi CASEBIER'S 'BUS Spies all daily KM KEQ.W. - t i M fi mm mdsd ('oiirieiJfMirunl 'I y HAS THE ed Bhcu-matis- m cor-jiont- iou d a-- incou-solabl- Also kepps a ad-dr- ees 48-3- lavorv and I'Vcd Sfnhic, where .you ran have your Horses Fed. and (he hesi of rigs con-tinne- d day or night. Leave your H T lain ism.(p, CI'iM-rjior- t IIhwo-tiIIh I I I Jiin-iiiir- es, pn-- HSB.flO-V.K'.S- HARRIS & REED, S' 48-5- I jc- The Repuhlicax and Npw York une both ono year for only $1.25. 1 I.oul-Tll- gjatframCTwryj (So to asw wj wis jb j wwninwiWjigr: (Jo to Fair Bios gains. Hat?, House. caps at II. C. Pueo is tho barber. Stevens & Collin for fruit. Puce does first class tonsoriul work. For ficsh groceries, goto the Red line dres goods nt it Co. for bar- PERSONAL J, V. BEAVER of tho DAM -- HIGH SCHOOL Kahn'a Clothing week in Louisville. Ford sjiciit tho first AND IP- - , i Front. Big bargain' in Fair linn. As Co. Best heavy cotton at Knhn's Cloth ing House. Cloaks at your own piico at Nairn's Clothing Hoiio. Fresh bread constantly on hand nt Steven it Collin. New calicoes tho best at Clothing House. Knhn'a Cloth- FAIR BROS a A REIGNIWG ASIOOO cloak goc 'Fair JWm & Coa. A. co-it- for $3.00 nt few more bargains left in over ut Fair Broa. it Co. r nil your fancy anil staple go to tbo Red Front. gro-eeiii'- H, F RULEP Who was young in years asked his prime minister how lie could make his people think he was the noblest man in the world. an"My being the most noble," was the swer. So we make the people think our prices are always tbe lowest by actually making them the lowest. This headquarters everything in tho grocery line. I led id Front for ' Flannels, Liuseys at Knhn's ing House at cost. For n. clean easy shave, or a neat hair cut, call on Pace, the barber. Uriiiglmtnj and Dress Good ICalinV Clothing Ilou-- o at coat. For fresh oysters and celery go to Stevens it Collins. Born, to the wile of W. II. Jan. 18th, a girl. David-son Marvin Beau spent n few days iu Louisville last week. Eugene Coombis made us a pleasant visit yesterday. Dr. L, T. Cox, Stanley, was in tho city Wednesday. Dr. Alva Jones, Fordsvillc, was in tho city yesterday, John Park, Clear Bun, called to see us Wcdnesdn) . Mr. F. M. Petty, Sulphur Springs, was iu town yesterday. V. Massie attended Jmlgo C. court in Owcnsboro this week. featers' practical Institute. SPRING SESSION OPENS JAN. 3193. TUITION FOR TERM OF In Primary Department In Intermediate Department In High School Department In Collcginto Department TEN" WEEKS. Stf.75 at can-die- For ail kintU MeirV, HoUHC. ?, oi canned fruits, As Collin4. etc., call on Stevens i'a Trade atlvahn's Clothing Homo if you want a bargain. Fair Bros, it Co. are tho leading clothiers of Hartford. er Ladies', ARsea? and Chil-diciApple-buttand miuco-iucaovershoes at Kahn's Clothing ?alc by Stevens it Collins. t for BULU OF ACTION the basis ol the confidence the people have in our store. When we say January 5iii(l February must witness a huge diminution in our stock the people know we mean business and know that there is NO RUIN IN Tins RULE Ts Y For them or us. We make a clearance sale to give room for new arrivals, frtslt from the mint of fashion. White shirts, tics, handkerchiefs Tho very bent lunch 'to bo had in at Kalin'fl Clothing House. Ilaittonl, you can get ut .Steven1) As The only place iti town where you ColliiH. can get kraut is at Stevens it Collin?. "Fair Hro-j- . and Co. will cell you a Fair Bro. it Co. will receive angood whole tock boot for $2.00, other largo bhipment of clothing toworth --'.."0. day. Don't fail to atop with F. M. Wcs Buy your clothing whcio you can terfield at the llartlord Houe, when find a fctylMi suit, at Kahn's Clothing you come ty town. House. Votir horse will get a full feed and Fair Bros, it Co. will sell you clothgood attention if you leave him at ing cheaper than any other house iu Cusebier it BurtonV You can get a good overcoat at Hartford. Fair Bros, & Co. for 7.0()-ot- heis Fair Bros, it Co. have the best lacharge you 510.00. dies shoes for 1.20 iu Ohio county; Thue is no place like homo for call and sec them. plcuuic, and there is no place like TheBcacr Dam School, in charge the Ked Front for groceries. of Prof. E. R, Bay and Miss Dora The largest and most complete tock of clothing in Hartford can be found at Fair Bnn. A:Co. Leo B. Stevens and Owen Thomas went to Owcnsboro Wednesday. Board in private families from 2.00 to32.2r per week. Mr. Adam Nave, of Beaver Dam, is in tho city. Oweusboro Inquirer, Wo have Coursea of Study to suit all aud very decidedly guarantee satD. A. and T. L. Royal, Select, made us a pleasant call Wednesday. isfaction to all earnest students. Send lor circulars for further information, Hon. J. S. R. Wedding was at Ro DORA E. GIBSON, Vico Pres. E. R. RAY, President; sine and Hortou the first of the week. .IL- -i I . i A, Frank Stanley, Rochester, made us a pleasant call while iu town Moui day. J. T. Morgan, Livia McLean county, made us a pleasant call Tuesday, II. II. Davis and Leslie Myers, Point Pleasant, were iu tho city Wednesday. Miss Mary Cox spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives at Pleasant Ridge. Nick Daniel, of Cromwell, is at Owcns tending court this week. J 5.00 0,25 7.50 boro inquirer, Inquiicr. Mr. Thomas Stevens, of Beaver OwcnsDam, is attending court. boro FAIR BROS. & CO., Props Fair Bios, it Co. want your feathers, eggs Arc, and will pay you the highent market prices for them. Wo arc prepared to do any ami all kinds of hauling on short notice, fiive us a call. Hartford Temple of Fashion HM&IIMH' Cam:um:u& Bunro.v. loin for At the top for qualities, at the hot. priec; that's our way. FaikUkos it Co. Fair dealing, good accommodations and one price to all, is our mofto. Casi:mi:u it Bunro.v. Fair Uro$. it Co. will sell you a good ulNwool suit for $0.00 can't be bought an) where for lesa than $10.00. F. M, Veterfield has rented tho Hart fold House and would be pleascd tohnvohis friends throughout tho county patroniu him when they FfWBPW-Jl. IX come to town tBgB"ifl3'XI!Vagg33ttBCaSSiJa Dr. J, P. Williams, tho popular dentist of Owcnsboro, is in the city at the Hartford House, Flou. John J. McIIenry, of Hartford, left this morning for Louisville. Oweusboro Inquirer. L, M, Render, who has been enGibson, will close gaged in teaching at Fordsvillc, is Tho Quarterly Conference con-ou- cs expected homo toMnorrow. with the Methodist Church Jo. Foster and wife, Kiuderhook, spent Sunday iu towu, the guests of hero Saturday and Sunday. Win. Foster and family, F. M. Wcsterficld would be pleas Harry Moore, a prosperous mcr ed to have you stop at tho Hartford chant of Paradise, spent the first of House when you come to towu. week with friends in the city. Prof, S. O. Stevens, who has been X very successful protracted meetthrough at ing has been m progress at the West teaching his Beda, passed way homo yesterday. town on Point Church, conducted by Bevs. MissAnua Hawkins, after teach Maddux and Davis. nig a very interesting school at Browns Polite attention and co inf ortable Valley, Daviess county, has returned conveyances, given to all passengers home. e, Miss Cinderella Whittinghill, on Cascbier it Burton's Transfer to went to Owcnsboro Tuesday on and from Beaver Dam. a two weeks visit to friends iu that Prof. F, I Stum, an old Ohio city aud Philpot. county teacher, has just closed a very Amos R. Carson, after being con successful term at Whitcsvillc. He fined to his room for the past three will teach there iu the spring, weeks, with a cvcre boil, is at his post in Cauon it Co's grocery. There is at least one new thing unWill Rhoads, of Metropolis, Ills., der the sun and that is Steveus it Colan old College boy,spent Sunday aud lins' new grocery, where you can get Monday with friends here, enrouto tho beat of groceries for tho least monto Greenville where he goes into business. ey. Ro-sin- WELL! WELL! ! Improved Chilled Plows, The very Best Plow made. Also Agent for McCormick Mowing Machines and Hayrakes, Olds Wagons. All of which are the best. You will do well to call on him. . Res'y, Who would have thought it? Thought what? That DAN F. TRACY has the AGENCY for the ACME HAREOW, the best on earth, for OHIO and BUTLER Counties. He also has the DAN F. TRACY, HARTFORD, FREE: Trlnl ,, U tiV ' " UI"Crte. Itheunntism. IIW T KY. lui.l nm, JIUUPJ "".ia "tifl'. r frnm IliaIml itfepllon. Arit, 11. "HiT. kin.) at.. HpnltnM. nr ntlisp nir'i nAnnts ill imiA.!.!... flIUIir 1i.l. I'll inn Ittt unv will cute )ou and C'otnothiiiRtetrvtlioin, Can be rpulattIto iiii(fanrIiunruiUefl to last lor yoata. A llelt and lottery eombineti, and produces suRitfient Kl etneity to shock. Krce .Medical ailvlco. W nt (lire waist measure, rke and full particulars, AJdreiit) IIC, AffenlH Wanted. JtDI), Detroit S3. Sb. ilO. urn! S15. if (mtfufil. "K. kotpou hilunlth. (llraJucliQ rflievJ JUUU S tLtUTRIC BELT Amt Kl trlt TmA ami lint ititrt ANDERSON'S BAZAAR CLOSING OUT. We still have loads of goods on hand that must be sold out regardless of cost within the next 30 days in order to close out our entire stock, and we invite you lo come and see us, and you can get goods far cheaper than you ever did in life before. We mean just what we say and will sell you double the amount of goods for the same money that any house in town can offer you. Why? Because' we MUST close out our stock at once. We have a good line of Dry Goods, Shoes, Notions, Cloaks, &c, and you can't afford to miss, such bargains. neighborhood, has sold his farm Call on C. L. Field if you need any to William Duhuiey, No Creek. Mr. hauling, Foster has purchased a stock of dry licmcnibor that C L. Field keep goods at Ccntertown and will open the best of ri&s for hire day or night. business about tho first of March. The trial of D. G. Gammons for Ike is a rising young mau aud wc tho shouting of Hod Barnes at hope he will succeed. lienver Dam last Thursday conies up Tho protracted meeting is yet in tomorrow. progress at tbo Methodist Church The trial of Ed Taylor, Boyd and with unabated interest. Rev, RushPikey Barnes, colored, for breach of ing left on Tuesday, carrying with peace came up Wednesday ami was him tho kind wishes of tho entire community. Kov. Pato is continucontinued until next Wednesday. wJKMuch good has II. C. Sinuett, of Adaburg, has ing tho servicos. " como of tho mooting. Manager. moved b.ick to his old home near B. DUIVKK, Oj)o-itCity Scales. Kepainng nml Whitwvillc. He will bo rememberTho case of tho Commonwealth AVc.ilo work us clicnpns anyboily, quality consiilcictl. ed as the Independent or Wheeler against W. T. Tilford, for cutting us u call. IJUOGIHS FROM $3 UP. cmititiug clone promptly. Pivo candidate for Shcrifl in 1890, Beatty, was called iu Judge Cooper's Court, at Cromwell last Monday, when second-hand- ed I have seeral tip-tthe defendant waived tho cxamina 11, Sew in" Machines that 1 Hon and gave bond for his appear-anc- o Finds us chock full of oorytliinj would gladly trade for corn or hay. at tho ppriug term of tho CirHy nicu in tho bry (toods lino. Write, or call and oo me. cuit Court. Tilford is being defended March 1st, wo must unload. In orGllOSS WlMJAMd. by Gully it Ringo. der to do this wo offer jou tho folG. B. William?, who una appointed At tbo Quarterly Conferenco of the lowing prices. Our stock of Men's trains u:vr. nnvvi:u pvm. postmaster here a few days ago has de- M, E. Church at this place fioiNo wi:sr. trains Underwear is comple: 12.10 r. si. No.fi. Mall nndKiproM cided not to qualify, owing to the our fnend, Robert Crowe, will 11: wp, u, Men's Undershirts worth Woo for 25o .No, 7, Mulcted Kipreim short tiuiohc would be able to keep apply for license to preach. He comes TKAINS OOINO i:S1. fiOc for iOa Men's Undershirts worth I'M? w. tho ofliccand tho expense nceesary to from u family of preachers, us his No. 6, Mall ami Kxprem Men's Undershirts worth loo for UOo No, tt Miiilttnl HxprciK - 3 ii a. m fit it up. father aud two brothers uro promN for 8")o u- r Men's Underbhirts worth uent divitHM in the M. , Church, I.udios1 Vests worth Woo go for tt"ie J. U. Murray, formerly of Buford, FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1808. South. We wish him much success Ladies1 Vests worth GOe go for 40c has moved to tho Stewart place, south and bid him Godspeed. of Beaver Dam, aud will engage in Ladies' Vo&ts worth (H)o go for 50a 1,(H) go for loo the coal business. Mr. Murray 13 an Ladies' Arests worth Tho dwelling house of Reef Cunt ! eutergelic citicn and wo wbh him dill, living ut tho forks of the Wo still have a nice lino of Ladies success. Owcneboio aud Harmons Ferry roads, Dross Goods that goat prices to suit Men's luts will he tho lni)or. Our Last Monday two boys of Worth near Buford, was destroyed by fire Tuesday. Tho family were at dinner sold ntW per cont, loss than tho usFleener, Butler county, worn play when fiomthiug was heard falling iu Vo also keep a full lino ual price. ing with u pistol whon it was (lis- -. the loft overhead and the smell or of tho host n ml freshest Groceries to charged and tho ball passed through Mr. Cundiff got up fire was noticed. ho had in tho market. Our immon o tho body of one of tho boys, woundto look for the came and found tho FUIIN1TUKK DKPAHTMEXT ing him dangerously. whole top of tho house burning. Ncur-l- y Is comi)leto. Your wife would ap all tho household furniture was Rev. G, J. Bean has greatly imHockpreciate a nico, comfortoble Chair and her smile of appreproved tho already well equipped saved through tho exertions of tho ing Two or three dozen loaded friends. ciation would amply repay jou for is now Hotel and accom- Commercial and nicest toit be foundone shells were in tho house and thoy ex tho small outlay required to secure in of tho best tho tc3t btylo from among our Messrs, plodcd at intervals making tho partho Green River Country. nricos larg iock of Fumituie. Oar L. B. and M. Bean havo rented this ties in tho yard shiver with fear, as are w, our terms liberal ami our each successive charge ot shot was popular house ami will open next scattered over tho yard. goods aro reliablo. Can you ask Tho hou&o will bo had been insured, but tho insurance) Tho public Monday. tnoro .' & had been allowed to run out. well treated hero. .4 M A (ISOLy' i Coivols at ICalm's Clothing House. Ail Iaac Foster, Jr., of the Kinder-hoo- k i The Statement of tho condition of tho Bank of Hartford, found in another column, shows a very healthy growth for this worthy business in- stitution. With our prosent methods of transacting business the bank is busies, vehicles, cams. AC H A M an absolute- necessity, and no more reliablo and trustworthy bank cau bo found than the Bank of Hurt-for- d. Tho Point Pleasant Comet Band has organised with tho following members: L. Worth Tichenor, J. B. Mad-doJake Bell, Leou Patterson, John Butler, NatLindley, Chester Liadloy. Berry Tichenor, Cicero Everly, Jo. Evcrly, Herbert Reader, Watt TayTho young lor, Claranco Tuylor. men havo chosen Mr. L. Worth Tfch-euo- r leader. Wo wish them much success, and shall expect a serenade ere tho flowers have como and gone. tt T - "SkT JAN. '93, N.N, &M.V.R.R. op Dealer in Horses, Buggies, Carriages, Road Carts, Owonsboro Wagons gSfSaufdle or Harness Horses forsalo or hire at all times.- - u.".-r'.- ar $ i Ms1 cr Fl NOTICE There will be no 1 books kept at the Water Mills hereaft er in a retail way. All orders by the small must be panied by the cash, or no sale. sciences now permits the preparation of medical compounds whose use Is & guarantee to success. One of the best known and most popular at the present day Is Dr. Tenner's Kidney and Backache Curo. So certain is It to brinr prompt and permanent rellof in sli kidney and bladder complaints, Jtmnlo weaknesses, gravel, lame, sore or aching back, as well as in all blood diseases, skin emotions, serofnla, swellings, dyspepsia, dropsy, headaches, sen so of wcarluess or drowsiness, ete., that it has lonff been sold money refunded if sath if action not given. Could anything be fairer? Costa nothing to try it. TaUo a bottle homo to-da- ftmUntment and AanmVlMf nre only possible with perfect health, Tho rapid advancement in medical DOES THE FINEST AND CHEAPEST BLACKSMITHING. a s ecialty. A large stock of best modern P.ows, and all kinds of FarmHorse-shoein- g ing Implements on hand. Call on him. It t I undrrUk. 14 fcrli (!j nr Mrlf Intttliffrut pnvii f f tlhtr uh.i .an mil mud iril.li Who. iinictlo.iHMwrt loUu.irlouit, lk.U.S.4 IMIftT. rant Tfcr l.wl wlit .lw fcmlih lliif lh'7 Hft I In tlMr m ii V n r.rn lhaUraout. tht .liutilan at fimW.rtr rnMl M" J iin.i.y f r imwi1i ufi..fl tbvt I lljr inl ukkl I worh.r from t.ibdLirklor tsauiy. Irtrnrl d..i.buCnt te..h ... A YEA .r r?r J Beaver Eaje, -- B). WILLIAMS. Oarsou db Oo. J. W. Foiti) Co. Urilr.Jrh. ltbt .1.4 ovtrvkll wUh nn.lo.Bl toip HM)0 . 2"'"l',l nuklnff tiamlrr m HfH.I ltuninuUMVBfeK. n!tf?"Jj . y. jmmiJuiggWj mBSBC3B3JttFt21SBZ33S3V2 Hartford Republican FRIDAY, JASUA11Y 27, JUST RETRIBUTION. 161)3. AGNES. All round tho ynnl tho mornlrw throush Hit mother wntohi d In r nt Ikt piny: Tho bluntnltii? lll.icn dropK?d moot dow, With hero ami thcru u broken spray Of purple, or f white a pruy, I 'tilled down, a I'imcr soft fuoo to incctt Tho Km. txnd, tin ii upwanl away, And keep no pi hit of Apics feet. Tho school bell call! her w ay ho taken; Tho srlcntnlnit rails aro eroded In hato; Tho t ruin's long emokon picture makes, A tumbling cl.crub, roK'tilh fund. The ufttrnoon U Mrarc ely done; With faces w hite, ami iln nd to wo, They hrlntf her homo but net er nno 1th half mo w hito a face as chel Tho hca y he eU mil far nw ay. The Miioko 1 alntf pictures on tho rklcs; In In r jtnuill ( humlior, done w Ith play, A blossom bIk tho n hoot child lie. Foft mund rlutk and smoothed lock AKiihibt tho nlIIuMf drifted tttimv, LIko mhiio )mintf emit imwf tlio flock Tliat fulls nlccp hero daIU s blow. A Startling Oifor. Tho Hiii'Uiu.iCAX and tho New York Tribune both ono year ibi only $1.25. The Hkpuiimcan nnd Tho Home and Farm both one year for only 81.23. The KmuniMCAXaml tho American Farmer both one year for $1,23. Tho HiMHTUMCAX onsumption BiTW t HARK' i.ij ir,i ? e- IL. XL JWL ii4.ii i ti3?v mv&n mti wwLajBt a rv.'t 'm ,tjt i a . .. lj L-x&- How a Fat Mun Vu Constituted th Unwilling Agent of Avenging l'roYldcnte. Thero nro somo philosopher) who cling to the belief that there id no future of rewards nnd puniahments, but tlint wo get our just dues as wo go nlong. Once in nwhilo thero sccnis to bosoino Blight justification for thia doctrine. For iiihtnuce, it happenel that a clay or two ago a lady coming tip on tho Sixth avenuo elovatod monopolized two beats. I Bay It happened for a lady rarely does such a thing. The ears wero crowded, every neat being occupied, including tho two occupied by tills particular sample of tho gentler hex. Bovoral gentlemen camo in, took n longing look at tho lady and at tho small, fragile parcel at her Mdo mul politely seized tho most convenient strap. Whatever their thoughts, they did not express them by word of mouth. Perhaps they wero of that school of philosophers of whom I have just hpoken. If they wero they wero waiting for thoretribu tlvo justice to come along, and wero possibly wondering what form it would take. They didn't have to wait very long, for a sudden lurch of tho car at theturn into Fifty-thirstreet 6ent a man weighing somo 200 pounds plump into tho seat by tho side of tho astonished mouojKjlM. That individual gavo one plaintive scream and all was over. Tho thoroughly frightened gentleman jumped to his feet as boon ns possible so quickly indeed that he never could have been said to linvo been down but for tho havoc ho had innocently For there, wrought. smashed as fiat as the traditional flounder, was well, whatever it was or had been I Did tho uufortunato ludy turn and rend him with her tongue? Did bho tell him what she thought of him? Not at nil. She simply gatheied tho miserable wreck unto her boom and wept. No ono saw what tho wreck was and consequently could arrive at no idea of its awful awfuluess. To tell tho truth, the public sympathy was with the miserable wretch thus inado tho blind instrument in tho hands of Providence to administer punishment to the guilty ns tho guilty go along. Ho was tho most unhappy looking mortal I ever saw. What I wish to know is, When and how does ho get his reward? New York Herald, d and Womankind With With straining ct and tightened brow, And heart that nlmot tops Its beat, Her inothir, round and round tho house, Still looks for prints of Agnes feet. If flic could find them sho would weep, And k1o them tcarsnnd kNcsBmt Hut, nhl t'ic craas blades would not keep Tho llttlo prints of Apnea ftctt lMlth M. Tliunna la Youth's Companion. Sympathetic Atltlcc. both ono year for only $1,20. ThoUnrunucANand the Courier Journal both ono year for only $1.75. Tho ItnruuMCAX and tho Cosmo, politan both one year for only $11.00. This npplici to both new subscribers and to renewals. That dreaded and dreadful disease I What shall stay its ravages? Tliousaiids say Scott's Emulsion of pure Norwegian cod liver oil and hypophosphitcs of lime oand soda has cured us of consumption in its first stages. Have you a cough or cold acute or leading to consumption? Make no delay but take Y$i & I? r - A M 7l ilivAGSA lv v TW KZSSJil .c 'ni i" ritv aiawoJ t ifiii n fi i Bcott's Emulsion Colds, Consumption, Sorofulot and all Anaomlo and Wasting Dlsoaaoo. Provonts wasting In ohildron. Aim out as palatable at milk. ft only the irtnulne. PreYork. euros Coughs "WDinaJi can fcalce y'rC. and a wmn i t jis. caizsev. fuia wotji&k vr jcJl JTOuWe lo can cope, slie Jcnov Louis. pared by Bcott & Downe, ChcuaUtfl, New Bold by allDrutfgUU. Emulsioii h uUte cant wasb fer doilies perfect 5 ADABURG. mmmmMmmmmmmmBmaaaummmmsmmssmcmBmm one of tho members of tho club where Dixey was to dino that day as a guest. "Have been ho inquired. " replied tho actor. "I "X-n-no,- Henry 11. Dlxcy'tf powers of imputation are so well known that tho following story will bo appreciated. While playing an engagement in ono of tho eastern cities Di.oy met an athletio gentleman who is ailiicted with tho painful impediment of tpeeeh known ns stuttering. Their meeting was of n character that caused no littlo amusement to tho few onlookers. Tho stuttering gentleman had not seen Dixoy, and meeting him in tho hall mistook him for eivu Jan, 10. As 1 have not heard anything from this vicinity, I will write you a few lines, T. J. Crowe and S. M. Kdge went BETTER K'0VN AS THE sporting last Sunday. They weio seen Sunday evening gearing their little mouse colored mule anil it was not long before they disappeared. 4 ifeils 25c Rates $1 - 00 per day. It h supposed they had a good time, Newly Famished. as they went in full speed, up hill ami East side Frederiea, between Main and the Kier, Owensboro, Ky. down, laughing and enjoying them i MOB 1 MJiS. C. K WIL L M V . L Uf Props. S&aute Clairette Soap St N.K.EURBANIC&ca 1 PALMER HOUSE. e Press I'ort && niigriy. MJiS, CJ1AS. MM blXV m v 'immm l?i v IiiH linvoxi-u-uot.- " Xoticiug suddenly n, talking to are "I drow himself stranger, tho big mnn and said, ,(Ss-fcio that ho was r, tt-t- sir," answered "Well," said tho other, go DDr. Smith. DLxey. u Vc-c-cur- Ho Exchange. Ituru ltuuks In the Stutu Library. Ono of tho binnlleat books in exist- - Cuiniui4 1'iiints. Sorcral different countries America, Asia Minor, Tartary, Madagascar nnd At&tralia lmvo phruba and flowers which are, locally nt leatt known as "compass plants." Tho compass ilant of tho United States is tho common "rosin weed" of our western prairies, which has tho long leaves near tho ground set iu a vertical position in such a way as to always present tho edges to tho north and 60uth. This peculiar propensity of tho rosiu weed is attributed to tho fact that both tho upper ami lower surfaces of tho leaves demand an equal sharo of light, something which can be said of but few known jilant, tho upper hurfaces usually bwng much nioro sensitive to both light and heat than tho lower. This demand for a bharo of old Sol's attention causes tho leaves to stand mtko manner mentioned above. St. Louis c. enco ry, placed thero by Librarian Howell. It contains fourteen pages, each page 1 inch by 1 J inches. This littlo book has ou tho flyleaf: "Life and Sen-ice- s of General Pierce, lle&pect fully dedicated to General Lewis Cass. Concord Press, 1852." Tho reading matter would make about a third of a column. Soveral styles of typo aro used, and from the text it would seem that the littlo book was a vest pocket campaign document, issued during tho Picrco campaign. Another raro book in tho library is a Biblo translated into tho Indian language, and still another, "Tho Voyages of Clmmplain in New France." This last is dedicated to tho great Cardinal Richelieu and dated 1C3?. Albany Argus. I There has been one death in this vicinity, Mrs. Sallio Hamilton, wife of James II. IIamiIton,dicd on tiie 11th m the Bel! and was buried (New York) Hun Cemetery. She leaves three L893 little children to mount ber departure U c had a very interesting shooting nag nrpcr Oaily Circulaiinn than tt match at Adabur- - lastftuunlav. inv (llItr i;lMMihlitMn Now- rwuhcil in the IHgSpiinglio' uiti- paper in America. uing the turkeys. It seems that the people of this DAILY, SIWDAY, WKEKI-Y- . vicinitv have nothing to do but to The Ajigreiw I!iMiuhliea!i. lour- .... ..t iii.i iiiiii-- . mil u nit iii tioa ftiiin.ict.tni ..(. .!.. cold weather continue' a great many A HeflsjiSjicrfo JheRSasses. cattle will die before spring. If the call of my Master compel rounded December 1, 1SS7. me to go, far out in the deort where CIRCULATION 150,000 I would shouhU Copies Daily. er my armor to fight the great foe, and battle forever wherever I go. Newspaper The most remarkable J. H. Gi:ki:i. Tlie Success in New York. Precis a National Newspaper, A Free Trip to The World s Fair, Cheap news, vulgar j'Ciuations and aud countless other attractive preni trash find no place in its columns. iums, from a doll to a watch, bicycle, The Prc ha? the brightest IMitorial organ or rifle, arc oflered for a little page iu New York. It sparkles with pleasant work near home, bv the pub points. lishers of WIDE AWAKE. For full The Pre?s Sunday Kditton i a particulars, free, address W. F. Kelsplendid paper, corcring every curlogg, Box 188, Boston, Mass. 10 lrn rent topic of interest. to-d- ay Tin Urown lrtu Hitler. riiyVclHin n imiuumi-- it. r l uU Ostialre n- All Jcalcrs kvpit inspriv! v FOR ,Vtf JX )"DfftItTIj I1IV 1 . 1 fi1vfc fif.V? 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Now Orients Mobile l.lttlw Kmk lint Toump-h- p spring and psint In Tpxii MiUipi Arkwria LouUimin nnd the South and ne of Wi jteua- an other paper of it Toun, Coiintv and State, and a- much Nationil cln-f- l. Your home woti d he incomplete witli DlfttnrMtiR tliv Sable island, earnestly. "About how old would j ou think I wast" bho (simpered ngiun. He studied a moment In; said inno"About thirty-two,- " cently, ami vho went down iu a heap. Detioit Freu Pie xmirinurs, im ported a cargo of cats from tho Cana-dia- u mainland. Tho cats did their work of slaughter eo well that they Tool in C.irlj-li- ' 71iml. soon had to fall ujon tho rabbits for When Curly lu went to Mt to Sir food, and themselves became so plen .John Milluw tor his portrait in Mil urui tnat an importation otioxes had "laib' grand new house ho turned on to bo mado to keep them in cheek. tlie stairway to a&k, "Has paint done Tho foxes, liko tho cats, did their all this, MillaW and getting a smilwork too- - well. They not only exing answer iu tho affirmative ro terminated tho cats, but killed all tho marked, "Ah, well, it shows what a young birds and destroyed thousands number of fools thero aio in the of eggs. Tired of tho warfare, tho isworld." San Francisco Aigouuut. landers aro now appealing to tho government to exterminate tho foxes. Sign of tlio All Mk'lt Kinluurant. London TitBits. Tho reason why bomo restaurants bum red lights at night aud others Tho Idiot. don't is because tho former aio open Some men haven't any more finesso all night aud tho latter cloe nt 1 a. than a horse block has. Detroit has m. The led light is tho signal of ono of that kind. PobMbly thero aio bafety to tho hungry nmu who hub more, but one, at least, is on recoid. tho piicoof a meal. New Yoik Sun. Not long ago ho was calling on a young woman and bhthdays camo Tho stewards of St. Nicholas soci up for dibCUaaioU. cty. New Yoik, havo nn annual J "You wouldn't think I was twenty "testing dinner' pi ior to eachiegu two, would your' nhked tho youmy lar annual dinner, in older to decide woman with a mild simper. upon tho caterer whom tho society "Indeed I wouldn't," ho leplied shall patronize. Tho number twelve is of constant recunence. Theioweio the twelve apostles and tho twelve tribes of Is rael. The year In divided into twelve mouths and thero aio twelve signs of the zodiac. Tho imaginary invalid, who fancies ho has had all tho diseases in tho bookb, or at least all tho interesting ones, is often an amufiing person to a xhysiciau. Venus, goddess of beauty, mothei of demigods and men, rinses the bea foam from her golden tresses,. A Common Kxpurk'ucc. overrun with rats, nnd tho lono islanders, whoo cluef duty h tho io Uef of shipwtveked uearstjva Scotia, was llulami if Xulurc. It is not often tho hard fato of a bill to lo killed by a joko, yet such an ignominious doom seems to have befallen tho deceased husband's brother's bill, which was introduced into tho New Zealand jarliameut as tho logical corollary of the legislation of marriage with a deceased wife's sister. A wag got up in the house and innocently inquired: "Would the honorable gentleman kindly let the house know something about hib 'Brother Bdl?' I, for oue, have not the pleasure of his acquaintance." Then tho huu,M) roared, andthecham piou of tho ladies who want to many their deceased husband's biotheit looked as if he were sorry ho rawed the question. Exchange. A 1'u tul Julu-- . and the New York Tribune one year for $1.25, cash. Subscribe now. A Wew York Weeklv Tribune, N a Nationul Family Paper, and j;ivc all the mineral now of tho U. ft. aud tlu1 v.itrld. It pvtn the evrnle of roreiu latol-- ' in a uuthcll. It ku coparato iiopartnu nl fu 'l'ho ImuihIv Oire'o, and our Young Folkf. 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Hartford, Ky. J Wrfio(irii. Po!. lppirtinl t jth lMfiitt tiho.i'irn Mnlniu. innigo AudcalrfrtkripH. Uon.rinl hiliJ intu. LIGHT, k iiitfi(uii) in adi- in tuii-- t f d 'd Mitin ly 'l ripntitton, f ifm" iiirtdi ftrniiiJMin o m ir- - M mduitf, "lt r all nthrrlrrntinrlitnliAtt tlllid. l!w the iliftKlllt n hmiv ml. mil) ixpMinedj nrr ulmliindthc , ImlrciilnM.ttHh RllWiH t 'tii AND- ory ,s nril-'TM- m . fc. i j ii BOTH nfiiitB. PAPERS J. M.U.iioi,AdJ. m-- ELEGANT. 1 A Li'iuii in Mn tt 1 can It it;. A well known wonmu in Cew Orleans was seen tho other day in a public thoroughfare scraping up bits of broken pottery, and gently chuffed about having joiued tho ragpickers' brigade. "No," bho aubwered brightly. "I am just giving my neighbor a lesson. This glass was dumped into tho street by my neighbor, who evidently bad no idea that sho may cripple a doseu hordes, to say nothing of rendering our pretty block hideous. I only hope sho will see me." lmhi4 ..rvTJam. Ml dtf'Url Mi A i:.,imu frt'sRaKft.ta ill aA ourt-f- r in proininvnt 1" nmilrd fr i 16 1) IK. A. rONTAIM'. Tim oni Uaf-h- . WGj&vi'$ I nartT)tt?ts'1(ftndOptHralir.wtrj w K Wff BJ UNV'B Km Tcartd ui liwinu wlU ' our full line of two an4 fourwbcclcd wurk. J9"5ciid forcatalocueof EM . SK9MSPStLSlin.M.W(KU.I.i:Y,M AUouta, Giu t i OUiu; 11 j tt bitUi&U&U i. D. M. Sechler Carriage Co., Moline, c3j3sEL25:32a;-H.3i-i III. FOU THE PRICE OF ONE. -- Obtained, aud tQtifltd lo for MWFRMi: I iW Our ib oppMMtu thu II M Prtteiil(ifti. nnd w n inie fimi tiuiothim latn Pnteiits in ! M II A" t nil 10tith. VAWItMlTDV JJIOfOnt iiiVHilfoii Wc ndrlie m in imiUiii hihl fieeoniinfKnnil uw iihiku A' UlAhuh ihc 'ki in Toi ritciinir nlrlCtf. ten..: hih! uteri nrei to actuoUiiMiU Hi join own Mule Count) I'lty nr QmwnCt hthntftQtrt lm.L M7:.vr .sAf iu.i MML&w5m 'liiAwrton Si O bo Culled BUI captain. Many of tho hotel bell boyn, so lad of six and an called, through tho country aio fa"Captain Sknfjgs, did you over get thers and bomo aro grandfathers. your leg bit off by nhlmrkf' asked San Francisco has tlneo over fifty tho boy. years old, ono of whom recently re"Did I( bounyf" ho replied. "Did tired from bubinc&s rich. These vet- I? Well, ratherl Dozens of times 1" erans of tho corridor are, as a rule, Exchange as lively as tho moio youthful memSimmon1 Btren'tli. bers of tho fraternity, ami us readily is a picture of Littlo Dot-T- hat respond to tho frequent call, "Froutl" Samson. Hasn't ho awful long hair? Boston Budget. Littlo Dick That's wot mado him A lthul'it Act. htrong. Littlo Dot Why? "Why, John, what h that awful Littlo Dick- -I don't know, but 1 spot on your coat r" asked tho brido guess it'b because ho uovcr went to a as tho carriago rolled off. "My hated rival couldn't find any barber shop. Papa says harbors talks rico to throw at me, "said John, "so follcs half to death. Good Nows. ho pelted mo with somo cold oatmeal A Uastroiiumlo Teat. mush." Harper's Bazar. Hero is an extract from a recent novel : "Husband and wifo ato on toThe Xjuleit Muu. Harry Who's that passing on tho gether in Bilenco. Xbcro was manifestly au ill feeling between them. other sido of tho stroot? Charley Doar boy, you'll havo to Tho husband devoured a plato of excuso mo. I'm really too fatigued soup, nan a usn, a pieco or roast beef to look farther than tho middle of and a slice of plum pudding without L oorpuciLopempgjHs moutli, " tho street today. TwcasJJJftings. cx-hc- a l!uj. ablyduototliomiirrclouscspcricncei tho mnrincr remembers to havo hml. tn cxnmplu of this extremo mnnel ousnesrt camo up recently in the courbo of a conveiation between a Tho nwo with which tho binail bov looks upon n retired mariner is prol ALL TIIE- TTi J rrlII ) Tr' Ijj 1 Kb T J TTI17 I V -- I"70 U in Tin:-- - SEfTOSSAS -- mmrmr&rr EiJiJs ! raHKP yfiw WHOTOGBUTP A Hncni AND- NATIONAL NEWS IN THE SURE and CERTAIN CURE Vnown for 15 years as tho BEST ?pi 3HMEDY FOR PILES. .7UUtAUPSOK.TAlt0KWHI.tli.,BT.l0tI8. OAXjL 03NT rniBVJNE. $L.2o per year. nTa.i.1. BcaasL "with We are manufacturers of Bugflics, Carts Surries caml Carriages, and deal directly Tlio Leadiag FkotograpliBr. the reasconsumer, thus saving him the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices are Respectfully, onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. 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