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H official man or the party in iee fqu&ih congressional Tnii 10, 1893. Sl.tl hi Ami, Ii Aimci. found. i $1.25 per year. S5U VOL. V. nmmmtrm nAHTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY tired society man. NO. 28. As for tho girl, in the balUroom. The cloc trappings of The evening Uv wa-- unninjf, D02J-A- R her wrap are more alluring than the Auninst tho uonlorn skiei, other cotuijic'H geurrotts invitation. And I, alone .mi tliiiikitiK Oi n pair til dark blue eye. Thero is always, loo, the chance of U eIIy eanii I b) um ttie i f fi r m fn any w I'ip thoiiglit, hei taking a Mwiftnpln ahead, and the me lrt of tin cminirv Ut l mIIIink to work itxlti How plca.tnt to tlwpcrt liltio; irfoiiclr at the t'tttfi'iMiii' in nlurli m- furnlli rush of her motion makes the blood 01 theuyiid nr.il uii run tin iiif labor light mi IJiil Htill more pleasant ulun 1 cmiglit run swift. The languorous 1;ih i. all pit I, So til At fllk TfllAtPTfr. Mr lit WMl nnl run vIvc tjmie two, 01 tlicm n glimp-co- r fnqyniirnrlf. the hiMfmM n trml wl'hntl iIrnork, very well in its way, but this new 'ur tluw willing inl l mi rnn work thli li the grandett oiFrr mn All dsr, or In lhj vf nltijr nM. stylf is hound to have a great oguc. If )iui are cm. I, like the dnumer in the drciun, plow, ami ItHfi1 a ftw spar Imnr fit tour (lit Hat gn7injf al tiie ekiw, What h the fir- -t thing a girl doc. our Incom, point, utilise them, il mil m nil thoro wns seen, oar tiiiihi'M will not fnlir' iimwlll Hut of nil the after she is kipped? There aio about he smted on the iari m t h m utitr and ae . None, like thofo dark hluo ee.-h? which run arnai 'lull ir n .Hr, ilHvlnnnd a millim answers to that. Mnsi men the dsr out I.tmi hflmifru nt riul fromnone first hour. Any niicciu run tmim The ihmightol (hem filled my soul think ho hides hot face. One or f All. You ihimM trv MHti'i g t until jou ee 'or tcmriflf what you tin t'o tit thr MilrieM With love lo live lotever Ni 'thlt"h HenfFer, arc ei tnl rlad. Womennnteh Love toMrcngtliontcii thotiMiid (old, two renl emnrt men ay, "Cicts kived Hflwrtdtvi thi ifrand worker nuk as again. " Hwino thinl; crie.s nnd a men. t hr !iiml trv ih at tt To weaken none, no never. for U'rlii tt unci nttd wi II ?oI iptitl In thi m wimp that who lnugln. A great wany ,nur-ili- . II II !.J. i ,.V CO., cAllu I'm uo. mum, ia, Hut the houI is reftiiiR lar above, are Hiiro that tho llrrt thing ehu docH And thwbody in thotrnvuynrd lie, UtoKiy9 "Now, you stop,' if she don't M of my mother I ftpenk in lovo tlioy were her daik blue "oyen. nay, 'OIi, don't!" Several pay that And J' . IttrkfMP in tlr it experience the girl has always pretended to flap them real hard. O.hci have found tint tho girl iuva THE ART OF KISSING. riab'y jirptemU to be, real mid. H it ' lGirls aro not init-Th- oir none of them mo right. Of course Short Taller Bioter, How-ovor- , the Kirls all know. The lir-- thing -" S3 n ' XJ1 r WU r lie is to look a Ilavo all the Chan the do alter being .A1.IH v-r?i.73 and m'o if any jiowiler earne ofl on UU ccs in tho Popular Gumo. Hrat MY MOTHER'S EYED. i TOWNTATILER. The postollico has been moved, as you alicady know, from tho Conimcr-ciu- t Hotel to the rear room of Baird A: A Wiley's, grocery. I have heard a few biifiue-- s men on West Market say they had rather tho ollicc bad at (ho old Hand, but bore U rntheia unitpio objection oflercd by Dr. J. T. Miller, nnd Hrango it is, (00, that tho Doctor should oflcran objection, for ttienfliceis nearer him Hut ho could ride now than hcforc,v down to tho old office, iu which jou will remember, thr 1 erbxcs fn cd the Htroel, aud could, from his perch. bay, see whether or 0.1 his faithful not ho had any mail, where, now, he not only need ndiet alight from his hore, but must walk the whole length of a long building. Verily, too move is a great inconvenience to the Doctor, aud ho has the sympathy of the entile community. ho peeined never no kinnble 0$E I EVERY Mill i ( 111 U . ( t it I i i ! i I I Ms . them in their benighted nnd undone Poor felcondition in our devotion. low! Aro you really in earnest whon Now, bo you say yon aro satisfied? honest. Don't you know thero is a Iittlo aching void in jour boseom that thrills and throbs nod flutters in the presenceof the fair nnd don't you He know but Tvhy nrguo tho case? U already convinced. And this offer vesce defljsion is only a vainattsmpt to remove cupids arrow of convic Hon from his antique heart eaid,arrow doubtless having been driven homo by the shy look of a Hartford maid. Come now, all yo jolly bachelors and excommunicato this favored of your set, for ho is right this minute tryiug his hand on tho old gamo of writing soft sentences nnd in six months he'll be on the Lord's side and bo tho hap py possessor of a loving little wife. IT IS AWFUL. Tho Horrowflot Starving A Miner Who Dooe not Care PROFESSIONAL CA1W. to Duplicate an Expo rience he has Llv ed Through. Chicago ATTORNEY AT LAW, HARTFORD, - - KENTUCKY. JAI S MM, JIB, WCDM-- I, Ledger. "The most hornblo death of all is that of starving' observed a miner. "The most vigor is lent to it by being HARTFORD, KY. (Oftlce, Will prartlc their profnon In all tha eonrH Ohio and adjsifting rountte, nnd pourt of Appeals Spepinl attention ui-to rnrninftl praetiea aai ofer Andmon Baznir.) Tattler. ffiJTNAVILLE. Smiley and Mrs, Ella Board were married in Owensboro Sunday. Prof. P. T. Coleman, of Louisville, and Jo. B. Rogers, Supt., Hartford, arc expected to be present at the close of our school, Feb. 17. Mrs. Sandy Wiso is quite low with consumption. Dr. T. L, Dix has sold his farm and will nfnll probabiltygo South. Miss Maggie Miller, who was so sick last week has entiiely recovered. All are looking forward with great and glorious expectations to tho closing exeicises of our school, which will occur on the afternoon of Friday, Feb. 17, at which time we expect to witness one among tho belt entertainments ever presented at our school house. Our thcacher, as well as our children, are doing all in their power to give us an excellent show and wo know all will be well. And whilo it is true we will enjoy this entertainment, but wo aro sorry that our school cannot be continued several months, hence, aud if it be true that wo will lose our teacher, Miss Coleman, we feel still more sorry. For sho has taught us two splendid schools aud we appreciate her service beyond and arc loathe to give description SARAn. her up. m Trf- Feb. a. Mr. William L ki-c- ifcftv f Chicago Isthj'r.' coit. Ah, my dear fellow, many a girl whom you thought quite lost lo tho world because you had kissed her is reallv twisting her neck around mid trying to free, out of the corner of her eye, if there is any telKtalo whitening on yourMeeve, ami ten to one, if ho lets 31111 kiss her again it is that hc may get time to rub it oil not the kis bat the piwdcr. "Would you be angry if I kicd you':" akud ajoung unn. "Don't know,'ft!io replied. "If ou don'tknow, whodoe?" " Well, there is only one person that can find that out." He ilid not find it out. She screamed for her father, and the young man had to piopoe that minute. Sallie Mi ,!emnn will cloe Friday, Feb. 17, ts id with the following program: Uur School Marm Era Loul, An e!s can do no More Coida IIar linui, liovo Does not Orow Old Mamie Hrock, (Joint, Home Hillie t'nfortun ito Giil Mis-e- s Favne, Hmcl., Thoiiiton, llniriMin and .Simp-soCradle Song, Veal Solo Mary MeKiulev, Veloeioedcsand Hicycle ind H ie Loyd, "rhnt Curl I It'll Son and Drill N girls me," Verda aud ( bow, Tio Forpoi-- e Henry Lons, Shipwtcck Oer Locum ha CheMiing,SoWeary of Waiting Mirs Hiock, Uarriboa and Simpson, Milk'nnid Era Jjoyd ltel an Yeolw Miller, Orange Culling Lemuel Coleman. Mi'ltr, Miller, Brooklet Violets Lizae Archie Bice, Money Diguing A, Brock and Mi- - Brock, Bainb)W Beeitatimi ami Drill 7 girls, Mis. Ant and Mr. Orasdiopper Minor Lonnnd Ihitiie Brown, Coasting Flovd Bice.Tne Girl of todav Liw-ivnc- e Brown, Young Critic Grover Cleveland Loyd and Willie Ha) lies, My Country Biu fra Ilawe, Epla-natio- n Ira Brock, Dairy's Trouble MnMer Henry Harrison. Miss Coleman. Two tides to wile Harper b Fhillips Fietu - Alma Chm .jo Katie Thornton, Womlerful Chil- d- Mes McKinley, Simpon and llanion, My Dei by Hat WaU ter HiirriHiii, 1 am Puzled Grovei headed Hoy Arthur Bed LomI, Fhillips A Bachelor's Fipe June Miller, Kit Caion'a Wifo Mary McKiide, Gpsy, Song and Drill-- by Wifo Yeola 11 gills Gambler's Miller, Down in the Mire Hattio Brown, Laugh and Grow Fat Mis smii Loyd, A Fanner at Church Minor Ljons, Bravo Hunter1 Child Tiny Harrison, How he had Ilim Allrnl Lod aud Walter Harrison, Komauce of a Hammock Emma Lyon, An EaMein Church Inis Fhillips Engineer's Storj Ctirda HaiiHin. Who Saved St. Miehcal? Netta Brock, An Interrupted Speech Cnrdn Harri-o- u and Alfred Loyd, Pa-d- ug Away Id 1 Simpson, Our Wiilio Haynes Hail, Our 'Show (Jucen, Song By School, "Finally Farevvell" By Miss Coleman. Caebier, tho jolly driver for Caabier tc Burton, sleeps at the office of tho linn, and deiriug to rise eirly Friday mnrnfng, last, pet the Sam --. f2rivv 1 ftML. . VfiA- -' ys Vt 1. La Bm9. Cell fihft vctybodf bouM wear thm It ! a dot? yoa owo youwtit to ffl thw bett t1o tar your money onotattn In your Iootwaf by PttrolilDf W. L. C0UplnjShoo8,t.lohV fwproscat th brtt riluo nt tue rtlo ctn tralUy. vorttttd sbov , .' 1nkr No tt.H Itn'c, .rflr S iMtuiiw wtthtjt W Tr HrnrooffuJ.tee ttfto jttl od tultuia I'uilft imi tit r i fc If V. hi1..tt Don 'j)iy .,1 Uttn,niai, floMtr W. L. DotlnlnSBhoeiiatvioM 3 SHOE hoTOp. ihawoilrt th In for vim-mbm: DOUGLAS tbnirl r L. i . i . i.w It.trtlnpl, 5 Ky, 3 BUY THE llGHT RjUfHHIHG I tW nUMr riMtsT; WOODWORK. II If i aii tiling n pirl hate it U lo have a father ly kics upon the forehead, or to npeak d more correctly. upm the IwngH, r when &he ha cxpoeled else. Thnt is the trouble 'almut lh-A chort cirl Iuh bardlv hhort. n real good I half a chance ofgetJiig ki'd right on the mouth one time out ten. A idiort girl can't tnke half the chancer a tall girl can. The tall girl ftr and can tell him pIip will be Iih all that to him, and de U fairly ?uie that when he (MtniCff to go, mid nk forjtK the one frwlerly ki- that 'She cannot refuse," it will timi out anything but a friterV kin, owing to her mouth being ho near at hand and all that. Hut juM let thethoil girl risk any thing like that, and when ho mi "gooti by' he lakes her in u brotherh in Iii itiiiin and it i o.itinal .i be jiK to pitiw a eh..- - e ki ott her bang, and then the whole g.imu i up. She may gbiroal b: hiiUrnnt all pbe wauu while ho N doin it, but he doesn't know it and it doe n It theie ap-liemin.-thimmg , alarm clock for tho hour, and being somewhat earful lest the whizzing ami whisdng and rattling might be rather far away to loose tho arms of Morpheus, hedrovo a nail in the d just overbid head and thereon hung his c'ockhhip, All went well till tho timepiece, true to its totting, gave the alarm, whou Sam, half a wake aud thinking somebody was playing a joke on linn, btruck right and left, great sledge-hamm- er blows, aud finally dModged the suppOEed intruder. When he nro-somewhat belated several hours, found his faithful clock lying severalTcct out on the floor Hill ticking away. bed-fetcac, JStntivillo School Closes. Ourchoo taught by MUs Thursday alter the jury in the case of Boyd Barne- - had retired for consultation, a considerable crowd was in ' 'i ,1 ..JC V " lt y ftn ArV ua(i ATTXfIHKS.- 1- ivliSKw THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST. Send TCH cunto to ? Union Gq., t. Y., for our p'lro r.'imc, "CHncI tuck," and win h New Homo Sowing Mnehlnoi ThoNcw Homo Sowing Machine Co, ORANCC, MASS. tked bawl all the eenimr tt make him feel like d )in,j Mimelhiug, anyhow, Id it all bpitilrd when he coiner to go. Ileing o iiiuch taller than you ute he all of a Midden feela paternal ami ike taking yon into hU niuw, n if Now, there h no yitii were a child. And everyone know luu in that that il a man Iccln like M iug our loicluad ou have not aeeomp!ilied And if 1m in) thin,; very much loer kin it oil iuilU a? wel it up. give Then, too, if one is very short doc:? not get halt the good id the hug ood. when ItV mightvdi-i'ouriiiin- ', mi have really tot, the Conn Hall, and among then Judge Hawkins. He bad listened quite attentively to the cae and MH'tiied intcicstcd to know what would be the decision, ami prompted, it is HippOM'd by this motive, leaued forward and whimpered to Attorney Guffy: "What do you suppose that jury will biing in." And Gully cru Bo ware oily iepbed, "A verdict." There was a young man just from Me., Who came in too late for the Trc. And he got no awful mad, He began to talk bad, And raised particular Cc. Another young fellow from Fla. Was spending n night in tho Ca., But a gang of bad boys Waked him up with their noise, And Ins swearing sounded much Iln. The Progressive Euchre Club, in view of tho recent indictment of some of its HHeis of the caid table by tho uv IV-h- of Ointments for Catarrh That Contain Mercury, L-d- , 1 .in FOR SALE BY 0ik v fheie can't beany lienr(L"hemi bus that is m) thiilling and nil that fou are away dmu about hi- neoud veht button. And what itlu .nod of tint, except that it pmuiK iiicnj mu to make faeeat him witliout him you. The girl wIiom head .somewhere ab)iu a man's sh tut coined (er had mhiio ehnucc. Hut a giil w'Iium) hair i about on a level with Id necktie might an well beat the other end of the telephone for id! the real am hhe U likely to have out of being tfiwcd, Shu can't hug any lier?elf other. Her sleeves won't let her. And it is smoother), too, because it iii?t pushes her up n.iuit hi eoit. he never has any view, either Tho girl whose head id higher up can gn.o into hU eyo, but the other iil can't. There id no fun gn.ing into hid rhirl front. The tall girl can i;etfcuclin aiiely tf kisses, too, I avail Hholta a chaiieu to get them Vhat chance has a abort grl to have Giand Jury at Catlettshurg 'ii'pcctiug na IiC-T(- v hoop ins Conph, Bronchitii and Atfbma. A certain cure dr Cmmmrtion In tint itujci, aru , 3 CfilJi.Coojtlissra Throat. Cronp.Irrt u has appointed tho "most n&tute&L" lawyer of their number to look into legality of the question of prizes, thinking it might bo possible that Ohio county's coming fmco called a Grad Jury would follow the example set at A Startling Offer. Tho report of tho investigation will bo published in this coL The RcruuucAX and the New umn aud will no doubt be worthy of York Tribune both one year for the brilliant young barrister, who has only $1.25. put his braiu to the task of untying Tho Rm'UBMCAX and The Home thoGordian not. and Farm both ono year for only e. Cat-letleb- as mercury wdl surely destroy the sense of smell and completely destroy tho whole system when entcriug it tbrouglr tho mucous surfaces. Suck articles should never be used exeept on pcrscriptionr from reputable physicians, as the damage they do is ten ve fold to the good you can possibly from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F, J. Chcuey fcCo., Toledo, Ohio, contains no mercury, and is taken internally , acting directly upon the blood and the mucous surfaces of tho system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Curo bo sure you get the gen-ninIt is taken internally and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co, Testimonials free. Sold by Druggists, price 75c. per bottle. do-ri- imprisoned in a cave or mine. Somo TlnKty years ago I was working in a coal collections, mine near Paqua, Ohio. Tho distanco from tho mouth down to .tho first yein, where 1 was working, was sixty thrco feet, it was an eight-fovein, HARTFORD, KY. andhadheen well worked, so that WiUpractlcah'-profeMio- n In Ohio andadjali. many largo chambers were made and lngcountie,and the court of Appeals, as asm attention given to collections. plenty of space was had to move Offlca north side puUio square. Tt Tip about in, A miner's life is rather a wearisome and lonely, indeed. You B.D.GUKrY. B. D. IUHOO. have to labor all day long in darkness, with only a Iittlo wick lamp on your cap to break tho intense darkWill practice In all of ness. Tho lifo is much too hard for counties. And fn Sup courts CourtOhio and adlainiM rier and CoanofAra-pealCollections nnd all leysl huines atta4H the recompense. Then, one's life is to. Office, o, 323 K. Market stt(Hrtrord,Ey. always in danger. Grent rocks arc liable and do freqoctly fall. Explosive gasses and fire-daaro gen cratAfTORKET AT LAW, ed, and the first approach of a light sets them off. The mine is then 3CTT wrecked and tho miners well, I was onco caught in a mine wreck, and in 33. IR. "WTdLd.IrLB:, that great vein at Paqua. "I was working very quietly, away back from tho shaft of tho mine, and all alone. My labors were interrupt(Office In Cr.wder Building.) ed by a dull, smothered roar that Will practic his profession In all the rourta Ohi. snd Adjoining counties. AIno ' oasts T2sfy was followed by falling enrth, and rabllc then I realized that I was penned in; that the mine was wrecked, nnd that , ZECea-VTlrL2sAlm The ray lifo was worth very little, ATTORNEY AT LAW, noiso soon died away, and things were much as they were before. But a lit tic distance from ray position the Will practice his profession In ail tha Courls a earth had fallen and blocked ray path. Ohio and adjoining counties, and tn the Ccari f Appeals, fcpecfal attention to collectioa, I was, at first, overcome with fear. OftVe, over William, Hellrlun drugstore. A Coa I imagined that I could hear my brains grinding in a tunnel. Then I When I awoke lost all consciousness. again I was sumewhat more calm, and began to raovo about. I crawled along over great banks of earth that had fallen for a distanco of fully ono hundred feet, then I heard groans, and theti I know that 1 was near some But here ray proginjured miner. fc355i2i ress stopped, aud I had to quit. A few home later ray light burned out, and then ray misery was complete. "For eight days I remained quite near that spot, hoping against hope OFFICE OVER RED FROJIT for deliverance. It camo eventually. Is prepared to do all kinds t I heard the sound of picks and soon Dantal work reasonable at prices. the glimmer of miners1 lamps shone through tho various crevices. When au opening was made I crawbd out, and I assure you that I gave thanks. AT Yes, that's why people say I look old . i.'Stst, and now, when I am only thirty-fiv- e, that is why my hair is gray. But I assure you that an aged expression and gray hair are endurable, but to starve to death in a mine is the awfulcst and deadliest way to beat out a man's ex istence in this world that I can conceive of.' nmmXsEM TLEASflK? Jamas A.Snaitlif Attorney at Law, -- ot Attorneys at Law. s. Perry WesterlUld SCAETPOED, Roslne, K.7. Ij. Attorney at Law, Hartford. Ej, a. g. wsm DENTIST. 90 jrfflKE a , You can get Hartford Republican and the New York Tribune one year for 81.25, cash. Subscribe now. Columbian Valentine. the 'mmmK MB&.v) flkWKim J THE NEXT MORNINQ I TtL BRIGHT AND NLW AND MY POUPI Wnn to nc rrom Mrtnctar nra It acts (rntlj on ttie anj kidneys, ami li a plfaafttiilAtattre. stom vb. nrr Thl. drlnH it made from litros. ana li prpri forus.M.atiijM tea. UtscsRM W?i3BWflH TiJPAV I - All drugKUts lell tt at Wc. and It 00 s packaie. If eaniMit ut tt.ieml youraddreisfrr fre. Mm pi.. Jou ' Fsnillr Uedlalii. uuu. the tiowrUvsah Iitonlrrtol'elivftlthy.tniitaorei'Hrjr iddi-m- . OUAIOU F.lMlliHAHIl. LtOl"..N. . Aef Uto at onc. care relief In advanced iticei. V4 will tee thft rsctlent ctfect after takivr Ifco ftnt i!ot. Bold by tlealen icr;whrc. Lai4d n t;:::esSOce&tiaa(f$1.00. . " . r.Tlt l AMTT. few LJ.Liyyi KiTiS'S BBEflBI 20 ier car ki?ed for instance, and her ttToat, to pay nothing of her moutiiV The tall girl mmiic to get kissed a ood many timea if she bnngd him to YEARS ift'OH Hut the point of kiting her mice ;jan !ccl all Worm Remedies. even one's fiance, if one U hhort, h:U EVERY BOTTLE GUMTEFQ. lo be very inventive if ho can i up ninio than one honid btotherly kin You can liuul-- 1) on a potion's lung-- . blame him. Htcau&e thero in't ically much but bauga within icnch. Hut it makes one mad ju-- t tho ame. Oofenllflo American Acenoy for The cou.ei vatory kt-- s U almost w oi n Jk jTITIII '"WI out. It has bueu done and written ibout till theie h not a bit of novelty left in it. The new notion of country hoibo paitics in the winter, with rentK "rfKfT"TIP vV 3bv ( rnfV OAVBATfl. and all that, had Bit ing mid TRADE MAIHtC. DCSIOII PATENTO. hi ought up a new KMitMliuu, Tho copynicHTs. otcl Tor Infftrmatlnu nnrt f rco ITnntlhonk wrltn to dieamy kUs when tho btiains of tho MUNN A U. " I UK4tvr, Nkt oa If. ; utonts tn Anirrlm. OKlost liimnti tor Huctiif waltz drifted through the dim light of lit ii y iwtiMit, t tki n out lit u trnuRlittiofuru t Lo labile by ft iiuiice Rlvun ireo or tliarso tu tho oh, you know was all very well &lariHt'fttia4 'Vrttt for a time, but it was nothing to tho C7MVWWW S Hwect kits in tho moonlight, when the I.trpost rtrcubt Inn of any potitlftQ rapw In tb uuld. PjUnUMir litukimiotl. Tin (ntelucout ninii Dho.iid lawHtiout ir. Wc kljr. rt,'.Ul a fur, close about her throat buries tho jrtirtHMHXTiunitn. AdrtP iMr'.N.UO- tvo from the world for one electuo moment, when tho eting of the mjow lla'cci UagaiiHt her other cheek, uud AMD MDVELOPED they melt on her faco where his a y Urt'urn ttrcngtbciteil and tnUrged, cmti. breath comes. iloui atoppefl, liUNt llnuhood Rcatorod. varicocele, Mcik Uckjoaa of memory, dlzdncM, There is an exhilaration about such nervousness weaknew rurcd by the lenn JHy ItvtnpdloN. f l.CO per lox ; lx xci for a kiss as that. A fellow feels not onJ (U A wriucti t'uimntco of euro with every fix rmtcs. Bend untnn tor pnrtlrulftn tn the ly that ho can do it again, but that ho i vh o.mi'anv, wunts to, aud that is a good deal for SOI ' rtli hecond htrcct, IMilla., ra. IlAinroim, Ky Feb. 3, 93. $1.25. DianMit. Tattm:u: At various The Repuiilican and the American times tho colums of your paper contain thrust and wouhUbcsmart sayings Farmer both one year for $1.25. Tho Rkpuulican and Womankind at tho expeuso of a class of citizens, which I trust will bo called, at least, both one year for only $1.25. respectable I refer, if you please, The Republican and the Courier to tho?o who have from somo cause or other failed or refined to marry, and Journnlboth ouo year for only $1.75. Tho Riu'Uiilican and tho Cosmoaro for that ieaon dubbed bachelors. Now, it ii not my provinco or pur po-to dictate what tho colums of your paper shall contain, but I do in sin that wo, who do not care to enter thcmatiimonial Mute, Miould bo treat cd with tho same consideration, that is meted unstintedly to oihers.Becaiue 1 do not care to marry, I fail to eee why 1 fchould bo subjected to rult cule, when inaii) act far greater fools by marrying than wo bachelors do by not mairyingat all. I verily believe that St. Paul was right in that, it is better not to commit matrimony. It Fccms to me thero aro attendant vexations, which far outweigh the hlus which somo love-lorfanatics prolees to havo found in married life. I have never yet seen a married couple I believed to bo quite 80 hap,') a myeelt and for my part, and I believe I voice tho fcntimont ot all unmarried men, who aro twenty.fi vc or over; for my pait, I Pay I am bat isiied with myetato audi profur to bo loft entirely alone, lather than to bo referred to sneeringly nnd densely as (piilhlriversaro Won't to do. Allow me, sir, to sub:cubo myself, very respectfully, liAt'UChOH. o Carnival, Nsw OrJenns, La., Mobile, Ala., February 14, '93. For this occasion the Mississippi Valley Route will on February 10th,llth, 12th and 13th sell round trip tickets to New Orleans, La.,and Mobile, Ala., Tickets will at tho rate of ono fare. until Februrary 28, bo good returning T. B. Lynch, G. P. A. 1893. Mardi-gra- s Kn ra9ME IS THE 'Mffl'K BEST. YfBJUEiL politan both oue year for only $3.00. This applies to both new subscribers and to Renewals. wornsa U vn 1aM ao. i.m3 roautroa ft itcitn Aaaovitdr? rntorootaMO with Ii fkaHN asa4 BaraUou. n W a gronrtoas animal, UUSTtS. Agents 340 Superior St. II. A. LOZEIER&CO., Wantc-l- ! mtSgS tr .5jGl' l "J G d in his infinite wisdou has pocn fit to call frmn our mhUt Elizabeth Chapman, a beloved citizen and the best of all a cmsislant christian. Hor ago was Gil yeafs, of which feho t pent We ic- -' o:l in the hi r vice of God. joiceto my that eho died in tho tri umphofa living faith. Sho h greatly micd in this vicinity, because of ' Obituary. The Republican and Courier-Journbotli one year for only $1.75. al m1i Ju-t bar kind for kr bea4 derlainoQlit but the freat nfctak of tm mada k tbftt pUswoTf) beoomM Hm Inifttnow of llfehiflwi of what it was meant to bo fto rocroatlon. It is inipoa-fblf- t Wholesale Doalers, CLEVELAND, (ft lsonntsuranalelfMri iMrwm. poettion rofattro to otbar imd hiciior things, oortainQr haa a dkttnot A. J. SLATON, M. D., infiuenee for ftooA, It broadona tfxo YOU WAN r TW NAHKT, or ln von DO ftocUl letters from ji'ntltint n ami Ulio mind; it brightens the totolloo; it & dorelopa the power of ploning and ofculture nnd meant Irom nil ortr the country? Formerly of Millwood, now locate nt Leitet ani'l ono ten cents and recelv a copy of makoa one ttit inwe agrooablo com if u, field, offers his Professional serTices to the pe.sla UioHennt matrimonial papvr called Osjn.i ptinion. It oron edvoafoo tho loro of Office m rea Oraysoaand tJJoininxcouaties ItutMom. wIiicImvIII flora jou mora htalthfai ISTf onoB kind by incrroaoing our interoat it nor, (the Dr. Hudeu property.) eiiJoji'iHittlianjoi nie had formHnradaTieaeli Bnt whon it bocomoa number contains hundreds of tetters from voting iu ono another. a ,MfoH "eodal MtV1 aaid oyropleo ladles and gentlemen wantingeorrespondenta from root whom snen is tho oaao. eoctal JnteroouTSo, kept In rto proy-o- r that dharaotwr ahoold 77AVKR A lo rJtrtn""" Soil, owiitolirt Ksnr Physician Surgeon, 1 thoee of th opposite ncij if there Is a man or wnmin nhnlias not found Ids or her affinity hero's tho golden opportunity. Addreis Ouxai iokroms, roomU, It Jlojlxton street, llosto, mm'i her charitable influence among her We aUo ex-- 1 neiuhboiri and fiieuds. tend our b) mpathy to thoso who mourn Sho is not dead, but her departure. ''BlebH'd aro the dead that fclecpeth. die in tho Lord." She fought a good fight, sho finished tho courso and kept the faith, henceforth there is a crown of righteoiisuefs laid up for hor. J. W, Gm;i:i Mm. " 8 ly. A Free Trip to The World's Fair, aud countless other attractive prem iums, from a doll to a watch, bicyclo, organ or rifle, are oflercd for a little pleasant work near homo, by the publishers of WIDE AWAKE. For full particulars, free, address y. F. Kellogg, Box 188, Boston, Mass. 16 Ira S) Uiogrofttorpartof'womoa'a tjgqwgro, timo and money, It it not only a etQ, it is u crime against her own happl CENTRAL CITY, KY. nces and that of those nearoat and dearest to hor. PAXON, PROPRITO. It haa been wid by a wiso FrenchHas just been repaired and new) man that a happy people need fow pleasures," wo" when tfeo world sooa awomim to whom sodnl tmcoeea to furnished, Located close to DopOfc QI tho atp and object of life it gnoAseo Good meal i or iirst-clalunch pretty drrnwdTy that all is mo woU it a trial. are homo, and no woman wishes to . m rtnako a preseat of mioh a sooxot to a gay pf aad woteot k noof vita H Thai Wtk captferas and crlUoal wor!4. Lodios hail if ; a vith the Hcht W iW raaaatnft) doasto Joaruai. CtisOftiiM.wriU Rochester Lamp Ca,Mtwlatp Commercial Hotel, RR. ,. ke tity 'cr tliiy. In uptcr tu bolipililiytlilih r.:itie' iimmIIcIucm hum oh Hip bntva noocsi.tr)". Great laud, of tho future aud tho Wo havu't thought of a unborn! bachelor for months,8avo to remember W It onroa totOiciaj WtmksMi, MYlT- - Manf Porsons kaluU, 4l4tsm Mt5 4r brokeo dawn from o? tnrotk or boPiaa14 MrM Urowft's Iron Bitters vr & I p ... m e la For ui geailno. Xm 1ft 1 'nbullfU tha srswrn, aids 4If tatles. usmtm of blk. aud cqam ualorla. Acs (na ffeniilua u itVome. This book ia glvai wny at Oruej aud gvuorul atoroa. atoi rr ISM to" '" ""ft HmuAfd. tiVaeUctouaCauJr cheaply and Mtown auoir Brpnams ajta4I MUlckljr for some time, managoiuont of Bro. Bon L. Kolloy Statement of the Condition with muscular rheumatism, is, we closed dan. 20. Good attendance THE LUCK IN THE HORSESHOE. OP till: aro glad to say, ablo to ho out again of pupils and was all through the That a homo education is tho best? Hint Imti Cntiio tu llo It cp ml i'il itt u l'ru ruuMHiini) i:vi:uv nmAv MOKKtXO. l Kdgar Williams is quite sick at vu school, not so many tho last fow tertur Atmuii: tho SuprrntlllmiB. Tbat the road to Beaver Dam is weeks on account of sickness and EverylKxly knows that nlinostnll this writing. ' a ' Editor and Proprietor. JO. II. IUHJK.lt. existing HUperstitions duto back iiiiiBim V l, '(..II. JMHi Quito a number of our farmers are muddy? tho sovero woathor. Trustees pros-o- nt, our their origin to heathen timed, II! t . S3 ' A the 'nst o! IllUllH'. JlUI for - r the prettiest girl m town is a That engaged in delivering their tobacco nt iiurji 7, IMCI. rjpS S Isaac Westorfiold and .1. S.Fur-ine- r. though they have often been slightPKIDAY, FEURUAUY 10, 18915. Owensboro this week. blonde? Several visitors present. This ly or superficially Christianized nt Contention I Jealoui KKSOrHCKS. P. M. Taylor went to Owensboro That the Hartford girls don't want makes tho M term hero for Mr.Kul-lo- y later periods so iw to bring thorn into have resulted in misery tho world over. $70,1)1 1..S2 WIN discounted general Iwdy of hnnnony with' tho Suami: on Texas fnruvor. today on business. tho crinoline? and wo hope it will not be tho public opinion. 1 think probable, People who aro well disposed nnd not Heal elate .0U(UM) it Don Juan. nro willing to Furniture and fixtures. . . . 1,000.00 That there was a large crowd In last. therefore, that when tho horbeshoo bound by . John T. Sfwnrr, ii farmer near accord credit whureter merited and Hand and Hunk Stock . , I, ii 11.07 Several mistakes in my last letter superstition first arose jwoplo bpecial-ltown Monday? CInrkavillc, Tcnn., recently fouud ROSINE. ii'5 ua tho lest due. Civilization is jrradually bringing Debts in unit. bclected tho horseshoo That Hartford is to have a wedding in regard to tho weddings; you made nvailablo bit of iron to ropol tho atFeb. 8 -- Mrs. J. W. Taylor is visforty thousand dollars in ttie road 1J1 17,78 the huiuun ruco np to this elevation, VtxAi ou hand mo say thst C. II. Greer and Miss tacks of trolls und fairies, witches or 17,280.08 iting her daughter, Mrs. near that place. Annie In the early spring? and in exact proportion is Dr. Tenner's (Vli in 'illier Hanks Kugler, near Hockport. That the Adelphiaus will give an Emma I.anhain wero married, when warlocks mid other ovil influences, Kidney and ltackncliu Curo coming to AtJ am ft C Thi'uman, 8108f:W5..W thov wore attendants. The wedding becauso it had itself a ivrtnin in- bo rvcognfecd ns the correct and standMrs. II. T. Thomson, Horton, is entertainment soon? herent ftinctlty of its own derived torney of Larue county and n talentIdAHIIdTIKS. tho church was T. J. Brooks and from visiting relatives near town. its connection with a Facred ard remedy in all kidney, female, That Sam Casebicr makes frequent nt ed young mail! died nt hi home neat ....tO.OOO.OO nnd blood diseases IkjIiut able to ( ipttal st'ic Miss l.iio Brown. Mrs. Emma Tabor Kuykcndoll, iiuinml. trips to Central City? Ilodgcnvillo Sunday. iL'fl8M.i who has been quite sick for tho past And later 1 boliovo this very wmio euro them readily. It In pecltlo iu all Deptitd BiiATiua:. That Hartford College is ouo of the Miietity might help tho miperstition skin eruptions, cryMpelns, terofula, DiviilentUunpaitl lew days, is improving. PnraiUKNT IIakkhon has appoint'I.H0 I)uc otlior Hanki schools in tho Stale? to persist, oven aftor tho religion of dyspepsia, headaches, dullness, Miss Killa Whittinghil! returned best HARDINSBCRG. I ed Howell li, Jackson to the place ou lij.Jjl conrttpatton, etc. Sold by DiK'ouut ami Kxciian. , Christ had partially ousted tho reliThat Hartford has tho best looking Feb. 0. George P. Miller is seriU'l Hi.73 gion of "Woden and Thunor, for dealers on fruaranty for many years. I'miiviiltMl IVnlib the .Supreme bench made tacant by homo Wednesday. bachelors on tho continent? ously ill. Miss Ida Childs has accepted a powo know that Christianity uindo Therefore don't cost much to try it. the death of Justice Lamnr. ?108.!r)f. Miss Eva Hcston has completed her very slow progress indeed among Take homo a bottlo That Jim Smith will soon be the sition in the Millinery department of tho mass of tho jvoplo in England school at Planter Hall, aud has re Puor. W. J Cox, Democrat, was J. W. Tabor, for tho coming season. only bachelor lawyer in town? A A iliviileut! of SMH) per Hliaro for ninny years; that heathen pracelected to tho General Assembly from Archie Unmans, Caneyville, was That Hartford will have n large turned home. tices continued to bo performed in now tlue and payable uu ileuuiihl. Miss Mattio Heston has been placed secret by ii largo number of tho pop Muhlenberg county last Saturday, to in town Sunday. delegation at the World's Fair? Cosmopoliulution, nnd that many usages esfill the vacancy caused by Dr. James in charge of tho Primary Depart Miss Minnie Crowder is quite ill of Hugh Tracy saw Smith, tho That a loading- - magament in Prof. Shacklctt's school. sentially heathen hold their place being appointed as n World's Fair bronchitis. murderer, burn at Paris, Texas. to this Commissioner. The school enters into a new term classes. day with our agricultural $15.00. John Curlcy, of Louisville, visited That with Col. J. S. R, Wedding under highly favorble auspecies. relatives here Saturday and Sunday. tfmrn Now no chits would bo more liketa nn nlnpA ltlr n Sitlnhiir KnrintxaV Tin; Mason & Foard Company, of WI rtty A l:. IC ! I, Allen R. Kinchcloc has completed ly to retain Mich beliefs and pracMies Annie M. Allen, of near town, lrhnlty litt mil it r tnlirr once more is hired convict lame, arc ' ' Ho in' in Mh That Lee Simmcrman is the most his school at Ephesus and is now nt tices than tho class that has to deal Otf It ln iliui visiting her brother, J, F, Allen, ,lj, Itfltftta a ihPii llrrr Thrtit.prf most with horses und Mnbles n Itilrtlhfi7 before the public, thii time claiming this week. popular young man in the College? home. u .u ft ml to r hur jitii ii aim uni. tliuitl class who btill lirmly believo in nil lh hum,, f! , nnl tu tuni"in 'ti.ri ' ffi h' ' fi jiifV ti m Nil an n the State owes them a balance. rn'Nfi ,, k'r Andrew Driskell has finishod his sorts of heathenish luckies nnd That the College boys will try to Ii ainril I l i r The protracted meeting is progresI nt tt h rktr ft nt t b tin tin it 'in a - r tf iarhl an ft li ttitmi ha aim ar makitic rfJ'iKiirn Poor old Democratic Kentucky! So beat the town boys playing ball this school at Lost Run, and is now teachBunitxr. iWUMll sing nicely. . VfAiiilAI 1 far as her government is concerned It seems probable, therefore, that C.i soi. iii. 'ii iiiLuiir,rut:t:. I AiimiIu HmIm ing a private school at Garfield. '.AI.l.i:.. lift spring? Johu Miller, Horse Branch, visited .nS in many eahes tho hoioshoo was hot be pitied. Poor thing! she is to Uev. H. O. Sullivan has been plac'&&&&: cWflW'M friends hero Sunday. That Hardin county is in tho best np not only to frighten away tho I. P IUKNARP. 1'rri.t, Ja.t. It I', at ' in Mrs. Pardon Tabor, Sulphur financial condition of any county in ed ., charge of the St. Romauld ghosts and trolK fulfil ovil eve. SlI,.A.1,:EXvEaT,I, , .'-A mtoKi:s electric wire recently . ",! I .1 ' . & vaiuouc L.niircn at mis place. Springs, is visiting relatives at this the State? tie ami witches, but nti-o-, to some ex killed a horse and a negro m Louis. Oi tho Condition of tho tent, to curry favor with tho irood is quite young aud this, wo underplace. That Hartford has more pretty ville,and when the insurance company old gods by was in many ways J. J. lilford is at home again for girls than nny other town of its size in i etnud, is his first pastoral work. He a denial of what allegiance to tho new came to pay damages, the owner of delivered an instructive dicourso last ones. a few days. the State? the horse was paid $.00, while the Sunday at High Mass. The parable It was as much an to :uy to the litE. A. White, Louisville, was in That the hearts of a half docen of the sower was his theme. . family of the poor unfortuunte laborer tle folk on tho one hand, "Don't town Sunday, schocl girls aro dangling at John received SI 00. conio near;'wau iron; we're under Rov, L. K. Campbell filled his pulMrs. E. B. Allen left Wednesday Vnught's belt? Thor's protection, and nhlo to hurt pit at tho M E. Church, South, last you I" and, on tho other hand, to Xui.mi: Ghants husband, Algernon for a few weeks visit to her daughter, A.t tho Closo of Business That a prominent young man iu Suuday night. Hie text was Hebiews, Thor, "We're still your men; we've December ;n,1892. Charles Sartoris, is dead. This mar Mrs. St. Clair Walker, of Glasgow. town frequently calls on a young la. II. chapter aud &1 verse: "How nover abjured you; take good euro Miss Media White returned home riage was but ouo of tho many, which dy at Beaver Dam? shall we escape it wo neglect so great of usf If this wero not the true KKSOUUCKS. occur, because, otherwise, sensible Friday, after an extensive visit to her That the number of wives a man salvation; which at the first began meaning of tho hoiehoe, I think X(ito.-- anil Bill: wo should havo had a crucifix or the girls nre more in love with brother, E. A. White, of Louisville. American is one more than none to be spoken by the Lord, and was sign of tho ;s,noo.oo Wm. Koon, Olaton, was in town should have crtha in its place, which Ileal lvtatc foreign titles and empty names than and none more than one? confirmed into us by those that heard is tho ordinary and recognized Chris- Furniture ami Fixture. . LoOO.OO X. they are with real men on this side of Saturday. tian way of protecting one's nelf LVIi mi Ilium ami in other That the Fordsvilie suckers at him." the water. .. aahwt the attacks of evil spirits. About tho Schools. Wallace's green goods fako are poor Mr. Sam Pate is in luck. He has Co in bill Magazine. Prof. A. II. Ross, of Rockport, er, sadder and wiser men? 'v finished a paying school at r ' Tin; ofiicial eouut of tho electoral S!I.V.rt71 Tho l'luolmilluii if rirr. Cleve- closed a successful school at Dist. No. .mi:i:tsali, DAILY bauij j. During the Federal Court vote was made Wednesday and That the longest game of baseball LIAIHLITIKS. Whether in tho embers or on n at Owensboro ho was special bailiff. hearth toforo which mm m!m in tmwl. Canital took land and Stevenson were declared 1W last week. on record was played at Fargo, S.D., S'.M.ono.oo . t ' . f. The school at Stony Point, Diit. in 1891 25 innings. Score, 0 to 0? T duly elected President and immcuiaieiy aner court aujonrned ne itativo mood, or thoioniiKiuioimhlu' t Hurphw Fund . , i .VJ'iO.OO irlowiug a of the United States. There has Xo. G4, closed last week; Prof. P. II. That a prominent young business was given work in the Revenue erv on a durkend of or fruitful. t Havana Due other Hank. pKmi molten fur night, Sam been in this country every since last Rofs teacher. Paradise makes frequent calls ice as government storekeeper. man of nace, n cuinot, tho bun itself, or a DopoMU di.rtiK.iM November a pretty well defined idea Louis Ann emit, Hines Mill, left on one of our handsomest young la- is a son of Deputy l S. Marshal, C. uunnug minding, there Nn human TO MA,, L. 1'ate. that they would be and verily this do Tuesday to attend school at Vino dies? iiihtiuct that Is hoxnehmr nflcctocl ly IW.'jr 1.71 Rev. W. B. Snead has been enfiroiw tho gnat it drawn tothotimnc. settle it. and sworn to beioio me Grove, Hatdin County. applicants That out of seventy-fivot only w thw tons to fln itwlf, .i.- , gaged iu a wnuderful revival of re jriii Mrs. M. J. Harper hasjust closed a for teachers certificate?, in Pulaski sometimes bcems to o.Mend but it t of i t seems that 1. F, Wallace, h n It ligion at Hazel Deli. The spirit of tho evidences T O. t . ftun.uv I.wi.ou, I), that ngency bares U- Mrs. Har county, only three got certificates of UV2kW mi mogul flue school at Hamilton. Fordsvilie, the Lord has moved upon the heartt iitinl to mark its uWruction. In Mibmittiug tln wo iei to Mate i is one of our most successful any kind. of the People's Party, has duped a per ot the people m that community in a una wtus iuu. inucu ni ijio that our huAuv lias Mtiuiny L'rown AUKK. ot only aid thousands eaeli mouth mucc our openim. and fellow citizens teacheis. innuiing. That W. A, Gib3ou is so infatuated way never witnessed before. goodly number of his Some' from every quarter of the town go) bv the mo?t careful, watch fuliu. and D. H. Godsey, who has been 'teach- with "Building aud Loan" tbat he thing near fifty soul have been coninto taking stock in the green goods to Sixth and Chestnut Mivet to view a strict observance ofthc principled of business with the result that the &aid ing at Acton the past five months, not only thinks it and talks it but verted at this time, Feb. 6th. Forty-fiv- e tho bceno of iiiv, but hundreds Mood tllf llHWt CilllirfMl'Mlivii t:i Lri ttir Hi SPKH.AL ATTENTION has closed his school and will resume dreams it as well? citizens are minus a good deal of surhavo joined the M. li Church. around for horn doing nothing but U)V0 lmt 0IIV estcIH our aeuuainu his studies in medicine. innt: tlin wnt find KTiiny walls Inntim "" w .. plus cash. When i man feels "w"-"f Louie B. May, who has been visitThat twothirds of the Democrats ance, but to prove oumlvt" wurthv Given to tha Traveling One of the best schools in the coun in tnwn nro axnectintr to be noet. ing his parents here, left last Monday and nroken windows. I OOIUO PtO()l lIrt ,.llli:ili,f.rt lli.it w lmin.r ..illlMMl. clined to embark in the counterfeit nnd looked nnd looked, nnd then ' .. r0f,()t'd in ii". business he'd better take his county ty was taught by Miss Maimeo Reid master and the rest have a dead cinch for hi home in Montana. Mr. May Public, wu uay. viuy xo oiuu iiuck mm We are here to acct.mmo.lutc tl at Excehior, Dist.Xo. 3G. The peo- on a revenue appointment? paper and learn better. went out West tome three or four iuoK ugaui. i'liimuejpjua uuu. people, each and every hiMiiet", ple are "highly pleased with the work He courtesy I.all he extended to them. That Win. Foster, who is attending years ago to seek employment. A W ho Vru iftluu. us Puor. R. ii. Cakotiikieh, who so of their excellent young teacher. of the Vauder-bi- lt obtained it and has been highly sucthe Law Department Did you ever notice when a man but in no eae hall cafetv be sacri ably conducted the Teachers' Insti. ficed for friendship or to obtain Isaac Hoover closed his school at A saddle; unites hib thumb with a hammer University, corresponds with a cessful. He is now engaged iu u paytute here IastMimnicr, has determinJohn HJUunix, r, ing business of his own. lie will be whilo putttu&r down a earjet under Crow's, Dist. Xo. 50, Friday, last, certain young lady here? ed to place himself before tho Couu his wife's supervision how quickly with a rousing big school exhibition. That the R. E. GVs are doiug better accompanied to his new home by his ho thrusts tho aud throhhitig1 ty Superintendents this year as In- This is Mr. Hoover's second term sister, Miss Hnttie. Their friends nt member into his mouth homePeoplo Prof. Carotbers' there and he has given more than work this rive months thau their stitute Instructor. WKKKI Also this place bjd them God speed. When think it is btvaue tho application is ly brothers, the Adelphians. work here was able and gave entire satisfaction. 15. Fiiisy the friends and schoohmates of our soothing. But the movement U pure('(Hirir-Joiini- al that tho latter "deny the alligation satisfaction to all concerned. lie is earlier days launch out iu this way ly involuntary, like winking. Tho J. D. Hocker has just cloied a good and defy tho alligators?" man cannot help it. one of our ablest educators and sucto "paddle their own canoe," the school at Haynesville. Denham is an Tho fuct that naturo knows what 1IKNI8V WATTKRSON, That a crank in West Virginia noblest impulses of Kdior. in this field cess will crown his rllorts oui breast make a man is apt to pay under Hitch entergetie fellow and having one of made a vow in 1805 that ho would as it has in the others ho lias pursued. nnd eo has provided him Wo sincerely trust the beet districts in tho county, iu never cut his nails so long as the themselves felt. Best Democratic Papar Pull. stopper. Whenwith an which to teach, hecoudnthelp teach South remained in the Union, and that success and ImppincH will be ever ho automatic Puorrf. A. L. Pwkrmak and C. C. hits hw thumb hard enough f 1.00 a yeai. theirs always. Rows lloon. fcchool, to hurt and it uocmi t tako h very keeping his vow his nails aro now 4 Calhoun, of Lexington, have pur- lug a good hard blow almost to kill a man when chased tho Home and School, and J. S. Fitzhugh closed a very suc- or 5 inches long? 100 For a Bottlo. ho is doing hoiuothiug he doesn't like have greatly improved the paper and cessful school atSchroader Dist. Xo. to do by a wrt of interlocking sysMrs. S. B. Winship, 112 Washmoved it to Lexington where it will 02 last week and he started to the in ington St., Providence, R. I., niter tem his thumb flies into his mouth, Farmers! tho critical moment Fpcceh be issued hereafter. Tho gcntlemcu State College, Lexington, Monday, using one bottle of Drummoud'd nnd for condensed iioh, Bot is cut off. Exchange. As wo aro two of tho ablest men in the where ho will attend the next five Lightning Remedy for Rheumatism. Best Morie, State and we predict for Home and months. Jim is a rising young man. FOR WEARING HEARL9. Toy wrote to the Drummond Medicine Co , o Beit mfccolluuy, School evcu greater success than its 43-5Maiden Lane, New York, pay I loiottlii lMnu In Old WiiIih tu Hamper School Report. rich merits have heretofore won for it. Best women's paje, Ocits tlin Atlnrnmrnt if WotiM n. nig she would not take ONE HUNDIn lull tho Venetian senate mado Tho following w tho report of Kvery teacher should read it. Best children's department, & RED DOLLARS lor the benefit it n penal ofTcnpo to wear inoro than district, Xo. 01; Carrie Rowo 00, received. If you have any form ot oti'htringof ftearls, and that had to lo Best answers to correspondOx Monday, Representative Peak Otis Brown OS, Claud Brown OS, Rheumatism, aud wish to get rid of it not of higher value than 200 ducats. ents departments, in the Legislature, introduced a bill Francis Southard OS, Eva Brown 00, Even this did not patisfy them. In writo to the manufacturers for Best editorials.' 1503 they gavo tho law a corollary "to prevent the sale, loan and wear- Onio RenJor 00, Vertie Shouldors Agents wanted. that was almost indecent and per- It give away a valuable premium ing of hnop.pkirts in this Common- 115, Zonio Goff 00, Mamie Brown 01, fectly adapted to enrage all tho elderwealth," and it is mi the bill wad Preaching. Myrtio Southard 01, Arbio Brown 00, every day for tho largest club ly matrons of tho city. No women Last Saturday was teachers' payto the Committee on Religion Xorm Brown 03, Clinton Rowo 07, At the Baptist Church next Sunreceived, Sample copies of tho day aud the following wero some of except thodogo's wifo und daughters and Morals, What a mixture! Mor- Finis Rowo SU, Erniu Rowo OS, day morning at 11 o'clock, Dr. Cole wero to wear any pearls nftcr tho the teachers in town, nil of whom tenth year of their marriage; nor will . Weekly Courier-Journ- al We Garfield Rowo 00, Claronco Rowo man will diseusa "The grounds of in als, Religion aud were pleasant visitors at our office: Z. wero oven young wives to wear mora bo sent free to any address. doubt if they were ever together bo 00, Xola Goff 07, Leo Brown 03, faut salvation' wherein tho question, Shultz, J. D. Hocker, Isaac thau a hinglo necklace of an outsldo Rut fore or ever will bo again. "Can a child be reared up eo pure il. valuo of 100 ducats, tho wuno to bo Write to COUIMKB-JOrKXA- I, Orvillo Ross 07, Junto Goff OS, Hoover, V. A. Casebier; Misses Mai- -i there's no accounting for the doings duly stamped and appraised by tho CO., Louibvi Lilly Rowo 07, Orpha Brown OS nnd holy as never to need regeneravV. r T id, Maggie Stevens; II. T. of "this here" Kentucky Legisla authorities. All tWe Robert Cash 00, Oma Brown 00, tion?" will be considered. Ci i , P. 11. Ross, A. II. Ross, J. L. Tho Venetian womon revolted ture, nohow. Oscar Brown, 07, Effio Brown 07, desiring to hear these matters dis Hoover, A. P. Thomas, F. L. against certain other restrictions r, about dress materials. Thoy weie Herman RonderOO, Jobnnio Goff OS, cussed are respectfully invited to atTHE KKPUHUCAX and the Fiiz-hug- h, A. R. Renfrow, J! S. WESTERFIELD. bo angry that they formed an Myrtio Brown 05, Lena Render 07. tend. WEEKLY" COlTKIEU-JOlJItXA- L W. II. Barnes, R. C. Jurnignu, villFeb, I, The quietude of our and petitioned tho popo on the D. II, Godsey, J. J. Keown, U. C. subject. It was the best thing they will bo sent one year to any nddruvt i.oi i.svii,i,i:,.st. age was disturbed this week by the Augusta Benton 1)7, Molvin Southmiius .v ti:.v. n.tt Barnett, J. II, Barnes, and Mrs, Mary could do, for his holiness annulled On last ard 00. ringing of wedding bells. orl.7r. Address Tho IiEWJU-LICA- X, IvilmWi, St, Lcuis I mi ailuy. decree, which had emTho following books wero awardFirst-clas- s Park, J. J. Fleming; Mies Samantha tho obnoxioustho Tnureday Harney Miller led to the Veuotian patriarch. anated Iroin Hartford, Ky. ed to tho pupils obtaining tho largBracken, colored. hymeneal alter, Mi.ss Alice Jewell, Anon, howover, thoy got to despiso M'iii:iri.K in rriXT nov.1. nv. in their Rev, J, A. Bennett pronouncing the est number of boad-mar- ks tho various sumptuary laws which Nn,ftt No.M, U'KSTItOlT.Np, tHMUinuiimlir.j?'OTilciH. l.ily, I Lilly. camo upon them thick as autumnal UlTVHVi;sS, ir tho MHU:U fiolemu words that mado them one. respective classes: "Tom Brown at . T.oi)ila IIAIIIT 4'iir'iln! Homo hi rniIaH During thoyenrnof tho Revolution-nr. tu, leaves. "il'n.in. We join a host of friends in wishing Oxford," to Mil Rowo Class Xo Wifctl'olnt ;lt a. in. 7.viip.ni) by iidiiiliiNlrrliiu: Or. Ilnhus war tho Rov. Samuel Buell was Nearly every ouo disregarded them. llrutiipiihtinc u.Uh.iii, H.t'7 p. nu them a happy and prosperous life. A. "Nicholas Xiekleby," to Carpastor of tiio Kasthamptou church, True, tho exeeutivo employed npiea lilii Sprrllh. 0.4 n.m. a 37 p. in. lrtnttoti It Din U'i r itiupofruiltf vhrii In al.i-j4.- f on Long Island. Ho had been pastor whoso business it was to go about Quite a number of young people rie Rowo Class Xo. 1. "Handy u 'lii'iiH.rt l:;Mii. in, l.2l p.m. In loud, MllliiMit tho thero a great many years and had "taking stock" of tho peoplo, measur or lot. or Itisfll'Moliitcly liurmlf,-- Unovili'df (if Uio attended an exhibition at Adaburg, Andy," to CJurtnrt Xo. 2. lu.lU.in. ti4Qp, in. p.i(Uiit, mul ill gained wido influenco. ing with their eyes tho height of tho a pfrnmix'ittuud ice.y niro, vliriloT u thontl't t lInUT!r llilln. in, 10.10 p. m. last Friduy night, Tho pieces that "Fun and Fancy." to Effio Brown j:t. & I'rti'jHirt 11:a n. in, lo.:up.m. isWhilo tho English occupied tho ladies dresses and guessing at their (in )tioJerrr.iudrhiUrr(rMiM(l((iliuUuiti'k. Ortinloro.,t were rendered were enjoyed by tho Class Xo. U. U;lGp. in. llillD. m. "Little Songs," to land Pir William Erskino wain valuo. Now and again a prosecution It Imh Unit Klvtn itt n (liuiioitinl mitt's, uu in v l.ni p. ii). li.Mp.ni. audience very much. They proved Orvillo Between tho parson and tho occurred. If tho gown was at fault rryeufou perfect rum Ins follonrd' It tuner Ar. bHittti!U Ross "Little Folks," to lUmlt'ihoti -' p. 'ii. 122'i, ni. FRIENDSHIP. military authorities a good its HiimptuousneRsboth tho owner nil". Tho hjMomi ouch iiijniia(c. with Uih for to our mind that they have bad a Xola Goff. No.Bi, f it if it Ihti.um miiitlT lniioi)tiMIil) for tht No,ft. sick list. was kept upinBpitoof tlio and its maker wero fined. If a lady )iUorHppitita t ext-Fob. 4. Several on tho KAST noUNl. iMil)'. worthy instructor, in tho person of Cnrtn k"'iiiImI, 1H Dai'y P. II. Ross.Teacher. was found with mow pearls on her jnp'i)k of urtioiilnifrti, AdilrouM tliofSOI.il I.V. llinilnrmin spring-li- ke days havo turned political hostility. Those 7ilAn. in. 3; l.'p, m, Prof. Kcown. Thei-is yot told a story of tho person than was permissible sho was KNNl'lH'iriC fit. m Uti; Mritt FootMvilto 7t'7. in, 3M7p, ni. tho farmers1 attention to preparing worthy parson to Our school at this place, which has Ow n.N.ro Oliiw, tho eiTcct that Sir liablo to a penalty of no less than x 'if n, Notice i. 4: p. m, for a crop, UnUport William onco onloretl a mnnberof 200 ducats, of which half went to tho DiriH. in 6 OA p. ID been iu charge of A. P. Taylor, closed I have tliU day suld'to C, M. Colo liArtvillo ... VAIn, in. fii'JUp. m Geo. Malonu, our grocery man, is tho farmers of Eusthampton to go informer. tho tilth, Tho evening was spent my interest in the stock of groceries, I' iniidn Clem rKrt .. 10 oi n, in, 6.ft7 p. ,n, But it was by no means light nnd $75.00 to 5250,00 iVrfoi C. ovor to Southampton to do a certain doing a pretty good business. 8t'pu'uiinrl ... I'lZfln.-iii- . very pleaeautly with recitations from etc , owened by Leach it Co. 0.19 p. ni. I will u Im ran furnhli nhortci mid ghtl lit p pieco of work on tho Sabbath. Bo- - casy work this of professional spy. , .. ll.niA.tn, 7:rp,in lrliiton tho little boys and girls. Mr. Taylor not bo responsible for the contracts or A, Kolley and A. P. Kolloy sold foro that day caino around, howovor, 'Tho times had got so much out of whole tlmo to tho lnuio. Hpm lnomctit) Unuiilcntmrg . .. 1I:W, in. 7;Imiu rfit;iMy nNo. ,U Wot Vrtint . lx.Mp, in, leit the 28th for tho Mosely district, debts made by said firm after this oat their entire stock of goods at tho commander hnpponod to meet Joint that thoro was on an nvorago a niu) lo Rti'l L'lth'M.eniht JOII.SO itciH.clrn 8.01 p. in, M, r, m I'mm tV 0 Ar LoulhVillP .. l:up, in, O.u&p, m.. tho parson, and told him frankly homicide daily in tho city without CCt mul Main t., KkliinuiiJ, V. and Soth NelMagau to Jeff Ralph where he is now engaged iu teaching. date, Jan. 2IJ, '118. W. 8. Cole. that ho had ordered out his parish- mention of tho various disappear TmiIiiNo.A1 utui MiU fii nnko cnnntrtlon at. son. This makes his second school during ioners on Sunday. ances which often had a sanguinary IrTliifitoii (uii.li) vxciptH) Killi tratimon Loiili. Fchool year. F, A, &I. 17. J. S. Farmor and family mado the Attontion "I know it, I know it," said tho significance. A patrician might sub- , JIurrHi rill, lljrlinsliiin X UVttirn II. 11., cntt mid, Joltppd ict Ujiiml, Knrltirtlipr Information, nldrenH The Secretary of each subuo!ou In Rov. R. J. Brandon and family a parson; "hut, as it happens, I am mit to pay tho flno for oxtravnganco, Our village is gicatly iu need of a u.iMuniJUi:,on, ivrAiet. Mrs. Alico myself commander in chiof on that out it would afterward bo oxcus-ablblacksmith just now. Wo have n Ohio county is requested to send tho pleasant call Suuday. nlTillKy.. day, and I havo countermanded tho in tho young bloods of tho paaddress of the president Kelloy and Mrs. Deliah Brown wore HAUI3EKS. Mnp aud tools but no workman. post-ofiitrician's family if thoy waylaid tho order." to W. G. Fulkerson, tho guests of Mrs. Laura Kolley Anyone desiring such u position and secretary XcurnTffh l'cmoHa Sir William yielded tho point with informer and either perforated him Amltlioso reeultlng Sec. Ohio county F, A, A I, U., Mc Suuday. a good natured laugh. Youth's Com- with their rapiera or knocked liim on Opposite Suler and noar Clovorport fiuiucaraor trouUul with dltvouniu' by takloj' would do well to locate here. overwork will ho rvlluvcU tho head and tumbled him into a Hotel, Clovorport, Ky. panion. Itrowu'.s Iron JUttevn. ccnuina. W, S, Chapman, who has bee Henry, Ky. Box 47. Feb. 9, '83, School at this placo, under tho ht mrt" citirK iii'I craved rcJ Uuu oa wrapper. canal. National Reviow. Hartford Republican confined to his room DO YOU KNOW a? Ll:$L&mMi pnfu 3jri 'Fssi MM., HARTFORD nhnu R t, y I 1,11-1.0- The ltKpruueAN and the tan, zine, for only CASEBIER! mM I 1t I ) l 0 (I I -- ! I t s. t A. h'f Jl t lM iis"'! 1 J Beaver Dam uiitu ''UM DEPOSIT BANK FA ST i LINE 3...,. CASEBIER'S 'BUS i 1 Vice-Preside- .1. .... .... a UI .,,. .,,..... -,, SuU-crilie- il e loi""r3 '. j t. iiniii n ffl 1 11 ... bu.--ine- Ca-hie- Gail on good for huulirg liorso, bruil Spring wagons and Dam, 7 loams, ridosto Buggy i- - horses harness. and Mtti For HAS THE In lad you can got FiVorything .promptly and High! low prices, nlwavs havo Northern call White Seed on D. J. Coleman Co., Beaver Dam, 0 xi rigs hire nay or night for Uoth rich and poor, Utidor ail circum- Ky. par-ticula- rs. stances. Itough or g:od roads Travel is all the same On hoop-skirts- our' Bus Line and Xo extra charge for baggage. Snu-derfu- alii-anc- o effiij lion. Apple Trees. apple trees at the Beaver Lam Nursery, for 10c a piece. Cali on us. Co. y s Respectfully, Chick w t com-nian- 1:- undor-standin- g I t. mciii-imtt- l, ( UZtW. i o HARRIS & REED, co h r i" - ii "7 My Horse rn ' "HT" Put Out His Tongue. 11; .1....1 xm uurivius wuro jlulling their experience, us owners of racing establishments. They outdid each other in wonders. At last one of them described how in a certain race, his horse and another came in neck and neck, head to head and nose to nose, yet his horse won the race. "Dat's not possible," disputed his rival in tall stories. "Yes it is," said the owner of the j wonderful animal, "my horse put out his tongue." And The Band Played "Another good man gone wrong." Now we are in a perpetual trade race with our competitors. We race them in Styles, in Variety and in Quality, but our horses always win, because they are Best Goods, Low Prices and Satisfaction. WANTED. Feathers, Etc. Yours Eggs, Hartford Temple of Fashion FAIR BROS. & CO., Proprietors. HifH'u'i'VytlgEM Trade with Carbon it Co, TV yY 1IMM II. U. Puce is (in tiiebilmrlcr. J5ror. ciic V Call A. D. White for groceries. AVo must our-spring make Kcnco wire c1r';i;U Williams room for st ck. In order to do this, everythin Our must be sold. bargains. nre too numerous to mention. Come now,while you can buy at your own Everything price. must be cleared away by the first oi'March. Stevens nig. Co. V Collins' grocery is boom Bring your produce to Curson & Go to A. I). White when you want good groceries. Pants that you can sit down in at Fair BrM. Co. v.v Try the lli:ium.lc Printing oi all kiudi. lor Job Pino suits to fit persons and their purtc at Fair Bros. & Co. Look at our all wool suits for $5.00 at KuIiu'h Clothing House. A. I). White is the boss grocery man. Call on him tor bargain?. Best heavy cotton Clothing House for 4-- Truly, Otx4on. tSa Go. N.ar. rc 1 at Kahn's per yard. Hartford is on a boom. Merchants aro preparing for a large spring trade Fair Bros. men. & &m.v.r.r. 5i Co. aro tho clothing Buy from thou and got tho latest, Childrens will make low. suits at Kahn's that mother laugh at prices, so When in town you cannot spend a few hours more pleasantly than at Kahn's. TR UNR I.KWB HRAVCH IUM. TKM.NH OOINO WEST. 12.10 r. h. No. 6, Mail nnd Kxprrnt UiWr, m, No, 7, l.lmrtrJ Kxprc TKUNM (101NU K81. - HI p. h. No.O, tnil ant) Hxprfffl just received at Baird Sold at reduced prices. Tho cheapest lot of tinware in town Si Ashley's. Still in tho ring with our dry goods, No. 8, Umlttil Kxprc H 3 ii a. h clothing, boots, shoes, hats and caps at Kahn's Clothing House. Talking of &and-ston- FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10( 1891. For Salo, Two males and colts. Terms most reasonable. Call on or address, Z, Wayno Grifiin it Bro. Hartford, why Fair Bros. Si Co. havo bored e. right through tho red Can get anything in our house at or below cost. Now is your tiino to Saua Si Mk. buy, Advertisers would do well to our circulation before plac ing their advertisements elsewhere. Mrs. T. J. Patton, Beda, died Sunday night and was buried Sunday. Tho family have tho condolenco of the community. Our choice Fancy Brand, good for every day use, only $3,-9- 0 per barrel. Call for it at tho Hartford Water Mills. Washington's birthday comes on Wednesday this year, but Fair Bros. Co.s' bargain day falls on ovory day in the wook. Si You can get the Hartford Republican and the New Y k Tribune one year for 1.25, cash. Subscribe now. With every dnllarV worth of goods you buy at A. 1). White's ho will givo you a ticket 10 tickets eutitlo you to a clock. You havo a few moro days to get your cheap goods at Anderson's Bazaar, Wo aro closing out fast. Saua & Mi:, Feb. 2. Business in town is pretWick Taylor wad a pleasant culler ty fair. thU neck. J. It. Albin, of near town, has open uith Willis Hcflin, ofllcflin, called to cd up n now grocery at this place. James Harris, Taylor Mines, moved sec us yesturd Row It. P. Heck, of McLean county. to lloiton Tuesday. Mack Ross. Ccntertown, was in tho ty, preached atXewZio Church Several good communications anno city this week. Saturday night, nnd preached an clc in too Into for this issue. John J. McIIcnrv returned from gant sermon. Louisville Tuesday. C. W. Ranney made a flying trip Born, to tho wifo of William Gates R H. Hidwcll, Point Pleasant, was to Fordsvillo Saturday, returning Wednuday, Feb. 1, a girl. in the city Monday, Sunday. The Clothing House of Ohio coun JamesSmith lost his residence by fire W. T. Roark, Centcrtown, was in ty U Kaliu'd Clothing House. to sec us this week. last Thursday while bis family was TUITION FOR TKKM OF TEX WEEKS. He lost all his household S. J. Waller, Sulphur Springs, was absent. A harbinger in thu Hprin -- Fair in the city Saturday. In Primary Department furniture, 811.75 Hros. Si Co.s' cleuranco s:ilo. M. J. Kcown, of near this place, In Intermediate Department W. G. Gardener made our oflico a 5.00 Suits that will mnko you look pleasant has burned several nice tobacco beds. call Monday. Iu High School Department G,25 hamlsomo nt Fair Hros. & Co. Mrs. Anna Cooper, of Cromwell, is T. A. Stewart, Heaver Dam, went In Collegiate Department 7.50 to Central City Tuesday. visiting Mr. V. M. Stewart this week. Co won Sc Co, pay the highest mar Board iu privuto families from 2.0) to 82.25 per week. W. A. Walker and wife, of Muh- of country pro ket price for all kinds T. F. .Johnston, Sulphur Springs was in town this week, lenburg county, visited at her father's ducc. We have Courses of Study to suit all and very decidedly guarantee satlast week. W SI. Tichenor was a nleasant Como direct to Fair Hros. Sc Co. Miss Addie James visited at V. J. isfaction to all earnest students. Send for circulars for further information, j caller at our oflico Monday. for clothing, Thoy hao them nt Miss Marv II. C. Felix and U. C. IMack made Arbuckle's Moudaw E. R. RAY, President; DORA E. GIBSON, Vice Prcs. correct prices. our ofliieo u pleas.uit call Saturday. James, of Point Pleasant, visited at Horn, to the wife of Jim. K, Stc Misses Sue It. A. Hycrs, While Run, left for a William James' Sunday. vans, Tallapoosa, Go,, last Sunday, H two weeks visit to friends in Iloosicr, and Kate Pierce are visiting at Mrs. Tuesday. ten pound hoy, Nancy Keown's this week. Miss Kola Arbucklo will teach tho Miss Laura Casehicr, daughter of Horn, to the wifo of A. W.Mills, Row .). T. Caeebier, Kockport, is spring school at Oak Grove. ICiudcrhook, on the 2d, hut., n fino (iiito ill. Tho wagoners havo abandoned ten pound girl, Capt. Sandusky and daughter, Miss their busbies on account of the exHorn, to. the wile of W. G. Garden Geneva, Central City, went to Louis-villtremely bad roads. Tuesday. lid, int.", u fine girl christencrtho Robert Kcown, formerly of this P. Render and J, W. Tichenor, place, but now ofOrd, Nebraska, ed Samantha June. is KT-1B- :t,r i-.ip Point Pleas nit, called while in the MS very low at this writing of typhoid feII. I Taylor recently cold to the city Monday. fe ver, but was somewhat better at last Taylor Coal Co. 05 acres of coal land Vttjhfi D. K. Miller, Memphis, Tenn., is near Taylor Mines for 81.700. visiting his father's family, in tho report. 3 Rev. II. V. Royal, of ucar this, is Goshen neighborhood. Help tho poor especially tho poor Mrs. Rosa James, Dr. Cornell and wife, Kuoxville, on tho sick list, fellow tlint hasn't found out that Iowa, are visiting tho family oi II. J. who has been very low with consump'Fair Bros. Sc Co. is tho great bar- C. Lindley, Point Pleasant. tion for some time, is no better at gain center. this writing. Skuds. Miss Faiinie Clarkson,Hig Springs, Dr. Warrick Kyle, of Indiana, has Ky., arrived in town yesterday and ! moved to our neighboring littlo city will visit Miss Isabclle McIIenry. of Heaver Dam, where he will pracW.C.Montaguc, one of Cromwell's tice hid profession, most deserving young men, was a pleasant caller at our oflico last SatTho moist condition of tho streets urday, is enough to make anyone mad, if it Mi&s Georgia Uudeon, who is at wasn't for tho thought that Fair tending school hcie, visited her Hror- & Co. sell rubbers so cheap. & near UufonJ, Saturday and Sunday. BUTWo havo added u large lot of new Miss Florence Dehavcn, Horton, Job Type to our office and arc better after a two weeks visit to her sister, prepared than ever to fiirnMi tho best Mrs. Henry Austiu, Beaver Dam, Call and get returned homo Tuesday. of Job Work, cheap. Notice! prices before going elsewhere, P. A. Swain, South Carollton, who I will not be responsible for any worked in the marble business hero trades of ..... .. .i my son, William E. Davis, arumr r , uic tevuuicen year i M.. na nnn tnniav nttift nvn9 and I hereby set him free, to sue and old hon of btcvo Leach, near Heda, . returning Tuesday bo sued. died Sunday night of pneumonia. J. W. Davis. CIear Ru J w Ika Q He was a good boy and the family neighbnrhoocl, went to Ccutral City . Feb. G, '1)3. 4t m have the sympathy of the community, i Tuesday, picparatory to goinvefore You will GET good treatment the Board of Examiners Wednesday second-hand- ed aud your horse a PULL feed 1 bao povoral tip-tJoseph Dudley Chapman, an old and currying WHEN he needs it Sow ing Machines that 1 Ohio county boy, and until recently aud not be IN a hurry to leave would gladly trade for corn or hay. iu bimnes4 nt St. Louis, Mo., is tho good old TOWN till sorao renewing old acquaintances in town and seo mo. Write, or call this week. time in NEXT year it you Gitoss William. HARTFORD, KY. have him fed MONDAY at our M. 11 llarned,of Harned Bros. & of the Beda Co , Cancyville, spent tho first part stable. CAsnmnR Si Buiitox. Pain T. Wallace, ot the week in Louisville, returning neighborhood, has sold his farm to Wednesday, accompanied by Mr. Dr. Drummond's Light- Burks Tichenor, and moved to StanHardin Wilton. ning ley, Daviess county, where he uill Mrs. Xanuio Spalding, who has Remedy for Rheumatism is used by Dr. Cox been viMtiup the family of her father, settle on n farm owned by physicians everywhere, and is known of that place. Dr. Alexander, the past threo weeks, as a remarkably efficient preparation went to Louisville Tuesday and from Baird it Ashley keep on hand all there to her home in Covington on for the relief aud speedy cure of that disease. Its work is so immediate kinds of groeenos. The ben flour Wednesday. that benefit is felt from the first dose Who can beat that? Buy 8 1,73. for Do J. Ross Bond, one ot Caueyvillc's and one bottle will cure any ordinary your llour before it advances 5.00 to So.oO when prosperous merchants, died Saturday case. Sold bv all druggists in largo not pay from of general debility. IIo had been ill bottles, or sent by express to any ad pou can get it for 1.75. for some weeks, but his death was not dress, with special directions and full D. J. Coleman Si Co., of Beaver expected so soon. lie was buried information, by Drummond Medicine Dam, aro remodeling tho shelving in Sunday by the Masonic Fraternity, of Co. 4850 Maiden Lane, New York. their store and when completed they which ho was a member. Agents wanted. will have one of tho nicest furnished m m Sharp-Hoove- r. Watch tho houses in tho county. Silas Allen, Fordsville, was tried on Mr. David Smith Sharp and Miss 11i:iuiimoak for the annouueemeut a charge of lunacy, Monday and was Opposite City Scales. B. DRIVER, Manager. Oina Hoover, Clear Run, were mar of their big Spring Stock. taken to the Asylum at Hopkinsville Wedoworkas cheap as anybody, quality considered. Repairing and ried Sunday. They are worthy young epaioting done promptly. Givo us a call. BUGGIES FROM $35 UP. Quite an interesting entertainment Tuesday, by Sheriil Stevens and J. S. Mosley, Allen was quite danger- people, deservedly popular in their so was given at tho residence of Mr. and cial circle and the Rhpuiimcan exMrs. C. T. Barnard, of tho Liberty ous and had whipped a whole men at Fordsville, it is said, tends congratulations. neighborhood, last Friday night. Tho and so unruly was ho that when young people enjoyed themselves till ho a late hour, when they took a reluc- brought to town Suuday evening was tied down with ropes to tho wagtant leave, feeling that theyhad spent on iu which ho was hauled. On a most enjoyable evening. , his way Tuesday, as ho .Mrs. P. Harris, R. D. Brittou and Uev. H. A. Crowe preaced his first was, without overcoat or gloves and Junius Dean, M'g'rs andJProps. sermon at Goshen last Sunday at 11 in tho piercing cold, ho presented a The only modernly built Theater lie also filled Rev, pitiable appearance. o'clock, a. m. in tho city. Pate's pulpit at Braver Dam Sunday The only Theater playing first-claIIo had good sized audiences Judge' Barr Hands Down attractions at popular prices. night. an Important Decisat both places. Bro. Crowe is a young Situated on West side of 4th ave., ion. minister in tho Methodist Church between Walnut and Green. IlAitniKsiiuiui, Ky., Feb. G. and bids fair to rise iu his chosen Prices 50c, 25c, 15c and 10c. Judge John W. Barr delivered an calling. important decision at Louisvillo last BITTER3 A. D. White, Hartford's new JOT BR0WM'S IR0S Djir(la( Mala Saturday iu the matter of AY. V. Me Uirts Indlfettioc, lilllouin.ii, Debility. is making up a boat load of Crackeu General it Co. versus Breckenridgo fta, Nenronsneia, and AUdc&VjtsMllU. Genuines recommend It. freight to be shipped up Bought Riv county. A portion of the territory baa trade mark and crouod red lines on wrapper. or. Arrangements will be made at of Brcckcnridge, through which tho Kvansville in a few days for tho boat L. II. Si W. R. R. runs, voted a tax and ere long tho denizens of this of 800 000 to aid in tho construction lovely village will havo tho pleasure of the road. Tho last court of claims of listening to tho scream of tho whis refused to make a levy to pay off tho tlo at tho bridge. Suit was therefore coupons duo. -- ANDWe recently received a letter from instituted in tho Federal Court at Mr. Charles E. Hamiltou, tho popular Owensboro. Attorneys for tho couun elocutionist, who was in this city last ty were of tho opinion that the action summer and whoso powers havo won could bo defeated on the grounds Dealer in Horses, Buggies, Carriages, Road Carts, Owensboro Wagons for him such an enviable reputation that thcro was no power granted in throughout tho country. IIo says tho charter of the road by which tho tSpSaddle or Harness Horses for sale or hire at all times.' tell all his friends here that ho ex- tax could be levied. While provisions pects to visit Hartford in Juno, and were made for collecting and paying -wo do not speak unadvisedly, when out tho tax, tho charter was as wo say that ho will receivo a royal dumb as an oyster as to lovyiug tho tax. Judge Barr, however, was of welcome. To work 'right at home. the opinion that tho power to levy Rev, E E. Pate had been engaged the tax arose from neeetsary implicato pronounce the ceiemony in tho tion, and so decided. Is it possible a Top Buggy with bilvcr - nlatcd Dash Kail, Scat Rail, Handles, Sharp-Hoov- er Hub Bands and Shaft Tips, for above price? wedding Sunday, but Arguments were made in the case A Grand tho contracting parties hearing that by Mr. Edelin, of counsel, for the 55 P4 Bro. Pato could not come and desir defendant, aud by Messrs. Farleigh s H ing to bo absolutely certain tho wednnd Bruce, of counsel, for the plain ding would come of!, sent a runner tihy, If the case is not taken to the To Earn Money, Without any Risk pi as a a post basto for Rev. J. A, Bennett, Supremo Court, it is now in order for or Expense. so that when Bro, Pato arrived at tho tho justices of tho peace to levy the home ot tho brido ready to perform tax. Roiiin Hood. C 5 as his part and receive whatever recoui 5QD $ to pense might follow, what should he Write at.onco for particulars 2 O O behold, but the long, gaunt form of good Bro, Jo Ad, reclining in the old Trib- 1. SGRANTON & fashiou rocker waiting the call of tho Write for our New 80 pane Catalogue of all kinds of Vehicles. Address t contracting parties. Of a truth, Bro. SOUTHERN BUGGY CO. in it" and eadly ho Pato was not Hartford, Conn. -CINCINNATI, OHIO, U. S. A. . wended his homeward way, Williams IJnw. licld seed. Try tlio now lioniiny jjrita nt Williams Hi os. PERSONAL SELECT. Jl. BEAVER vsmkUMiktummg, DAM HIGH SCHOOL can' Inmisli you teachers' Practical Institute. SPRING SESSION OPENS JAN. 3193. o mmm mm. For Northern White Seed Oats call on D. J. Coleman Co., WELL! WELL! Who would have thought it Thought what? That DANE. par-rent- s Beaver Dam, Ky. Improved Chilled Plows, The very Best Plow made. Also Agent for McCormick Mowing Machines and Hayrakes, Olds Wagons. All of which are the best. TRACY has the AGENCY for the ACME HARROW, the best on earth, for OHIO and LER Counties. He also has the ..." iA-acn- ..t J te J op him. You will do well to call on Res'y, DAN F. TRACY, half-doz- en mm Harris Th.ater, &. field. - - jyfreey gtafcle. LOUISVILLE, KY. baud-cuffed- BSG9IES, VEHICLES, CARTS. ss - Phyil-dan- I FARMERS hWANTED- $37.50 SOUTHERN QUEEN $37.50 mm sis "Sod The Republican and New York une both one year for only 81.25. 1 "4 THE a Hartford Republican . , n -- - FRIDAY, KEUKL'AKY -- 10, 18UH. ;r IN . .i.: SOUL NO MUSIC HC.R a Motlitr unit niMiglitAr Tiaa Iia4 Vair . Baflietla Tattea la C'l W the picture "Niagara ke A etcftdy rtrcain of art crrtfoa nn?I oullure, whoso aims aro noble, whose truth is oonemnt, and not only constant in ite ldnd, but alovated in lni degreo-- , nhote want of maanneta makes him sample, aa wke earn look fbc whole world ia fca fae wlti a troc, manly armpatby for Aa graajt tmi amall." Fhnadalphk Ladgaa. "A mnn of rpnnomoiil There tv'tu n big crnrti, aa iftim wlioro It is exhlbftei, ana though it wns yet wrry fa fca day T,000 poiTotifl lind mad fca tararifl rings, tha namraca. Bad revolvo. managed to elude tha nnta m Mb Anor, nml Dive, of the avaartr, im ilo thero, but ho had net Waa obliged to snonk in behind fanala of rimplo proportions for few aa fee Argus eyed janitor. A man stood in the tbrceg earjegr-la- g tho great vrork of art, ta& ale attention vrrus attracted fey a and a child at his elbow. 11aefcr was fair Aud forty, lie chMfiaaa m4 Ickly, but with larga, inatroaa area that ETArkled with tin atailratiaa too deep for words as she gaeea'avel-botinnpon the dark grtcabraa waters hurrying ovor the rUa. They had not bora tiara mere than a minuto when the wwavaa al- lo the third etory of the arrat awp lar. dtaiVil aral, to ArtM. Lady Are yon nra Ma ta atamuino Th qofllabtcat Talented Clark WaQ, aaadasM. I bad soma of fbt toa at timpar aat aTnbMtillAratanad all alfki.fcat i!igi. I w fabtug off ef Now YorkWaaMy. tce ralaase klaparaeaal appaaxaBoa, of a oata tfaa end toatindnee kauee to oallfriaad hka hint with might y waa apruoaly Areaaat,aa aaat ta way aa aar ana aonld wiak, and oaanna, kaa friead, Botietag ! wtay. ba kadant htaaaolf up aa ar-er- .lti Apftmmmi: Dr. Johnson, wke waa axtraaudy Br. ' mpoa eldmr. TVa "phOoaophar man "WVi r." rapu' . Jabfttem, '1 kaar thai OoldanaMai, who ia a very great florea, jnathlaa aVriak aad apart. hie diwegard ef claanfiaaaa by tnxA-bimy practtca, and I aan Aaitroua j4 to show trim nWRfwyerJa Yonnga,bettor a Faapla. ample. arntht finm Tomart. More tham 3,000 pertona dia annu- g "My, isn't it pretty I AWt too glad, 'Liza, that wo camel" "Yes, mother, very," waa t)ie lrttle girl's quiet answer. Another thirty ptocraae, and tbo mother, ovidontiy fidgety, eaU. "Now, 'Liza, I guee Wll pa. I want to sco some of tlioee feagve tilks, aud then perhaps those aaranra handkerchiefs aint ail gone." "Couldn't you leave aa aara, mother, and 111 meet 700 terra stnirs in n few minutest'' aad tbe lit' tie girl looked longingly at fta pis-tur- ally from tha effeets ef oanearoua toiaoia ta tha atatoef rTaw York, amd ta abeu't ilia tanta poportlon tn tavcr atatasa aaaid aonatrlaa. ftoionoe afotlny. rnalldlnnt. Xoptrlar "Nonsense, child, you've eee enough of that. Why, I tk declare, you're its bad us yuur father. Ba'a always foolia round tome iuak ahop lookin for mi old inaater Uietead of attcudin to his business. Leave yenl And theso two, with ao 1HU k common snvo tiicir hnmaatty, want their way, but tho child tamed har head for ono more look aa ake crowed tho threshold. Boston Herald. ef Oata. "You can call Brooklyn a arty of churches if yon like, but if I had the naming of it I rhould oall H a orta of catfi." This remark wa made by a woman who waa recently i visiting friends in this city. She it resident of Kansas City, and dnrta jr. Vr stay hero was moro lmpreeead by tho fact above rrated than anything cle. '1 never saw anything Ilka it, the said. "Why, there are more oata, I believe, to the square foot in Brooklyn than in any other five cHias fai the United States. They seem to ba everywhere. There axe hordee of them in tho streehs on every haad and most of them are mleerahle apd-men- s too. Whoie I live a cat is regarded aa something of a et. Here they are simply regarded ts nidsanoea, aad Oao avenige treatment they get eoniiata ofkiclcsand hard words wharrr they get in anybody's way. I am not greatly interested in aavta, but since I hnvu come to Brooklyn my curiosity has been aroused puraly an numerical grounds. A near as 1 can ascertain thero ao special breed known as the Brooklyn oat. The ones here aro Jnet plain, half rtarved, voryday houea cata, but thero ni"o lota of thero." Brooklyn Eagle. Ilrnoklyn it City wet-tcn1 WolLIguessnot!" A olever man baohelor I kaow 1 any "man." beoanse 1 know several girt back el era wka are alio alavar haaafrnita af hlgfery arthrtlo rooms up towq, where ne gtraa the asoat (lolightfffl Brmdar aftorftaa toaa, wliich are pracMed avar a bia widowed sitrtor. He has wmiMaa two ar thiw bright baoks, en a eaZtod "Bnebdnr Bnrtans;" mother, a "Book of Idle Yaree." ttmt on anked kiia raeaatly wkr ho didm't many. He wBaaed. "Waa, I don't know reaiby, voloaa k k to cntiEo I can't find a girl who joat aaa monkt with my rooms." What da you tlonk of thai for fuwtJdloumasal Warfiington News. Hn-raya- n awMia aaava aaaaas a storm a yrdwia abavt aaat atueh arreted and long anffaiaag paawnta, H is ttatiMaaag Dai fca yullow fTer or ohelam saari; ft comes wKkoTrt waamsig aad ah eat ovtfwhohns one, aad mtm ia a Btlaa while aome other topi ia absorbeag puljlia httoroet, and tka kannlaaa waHzer, who botw aieaat a bit af evil to aaybedy and ta vaally to good natnred to with aay ana etfcer-wis- a than wrTl. k left ta fee enjoyment of lo6 fararrto pleaaaxa astfl, for tho lack ef KKxrniAag else, tha poet, ttift Tcackcrc aad ma zarona-en- s s bare Mi against ft, tail 1m, ftia mct awrnl pradlat antnftrophea to arcrtaka ka kilo raradr-- who spaa ao aaaoh af Uwi- - fimo ta an "teMBrtyaaftd coca dawasi-d.-rtieagy-tion." evaraallael aVaa Btrt it Is some aomfart to kaow that an ftnifnent atngUA abyaiaaaa regarded danntag a Terr aaalfbdf wrcrciFe. and rraoaianaaaa It with-ou- t fail to hie laagvid lady patients. Re considered ftat after a long dmnor tho body seeds aaaroiae, and ho oemmended drsateg as tha very be gt form hi which thai axer-clb- e eonld be tekfm. affording relaxation to the mind and teCTBtng aotrr Ity of tho iofiy. Now Orleans Tlme-Dcmooiiit. A TTrallh of XarsIUKu JiLr. According to Andrew Lang I'nhnlont about 100,000 norelitta ia Great Britain. This statement is lomowhut shorn of it torrors by Hie fact that out of this huge army of there ni-"da-elino- story tolleiu only W0 hare Btioeeeded in getting their worka pnMkhad. d Tho remainder are still ta tha with thanks" stag of their literary careers, and will ia all probability remain there. Mr. Andrew Leng takea a Terr riow of tha proapacfc offered by novel wrtting t Ciosa who proposo to adopt it aa a profession, the sped I J giftti and traiarag raodrod being such as to render ftW iaar-itabl- e in the case of tha graat Majority of tliesa oandldatea ter Htatury fame. Tho reflections auggtatjad by this condition of things era not plan-an- t, for thoy all point to a werld of hnmau suffering of fha bitterart kind world of blighted hoyea, ef diligence defoated, of deapsir and rain. Btrango it is to find 10 many peopla facing this fate for tha eaka of see-In-? themselves in print. Londan Telegraph. I.oul Tirnnur mt th AlorUnM. What treasures of toe rncient world may still lie hlddea nmoritf tha debris of tho. rartl Whero are tha richea of Babylon and Ntaateh; where are tho secret trersuro cVism bens of Egypt; whero la tha gold of tho Phoenicians! Whcra In the tomb of Alaric, tho Goth, that was emmmod with all the rlche't spoils of Rome? Who has dlicoversd the lecret places of Mexico and Parn, where the nntokl wealth of mighty dynasties waa storedl All tha loar Round. Flat Agnt Mndnm, I told yoa distinctly that no children were allowed here. Tenant Wo have none. Agent Then how did these wafti l;ot all banned upt Tenant That cornea from ourai-howNew Yoil; Wtoldy. s. The most i tha aiitfnl teat by Pope Leo to Henry TTfl of Bnglaad at tha time when the title Defender of the Faith was conferred on that ranch married monarch. For a number of yean tho book remataed nrown property, but Charles Tl, who had lltfle use for mlhsuls, gn"o it to tha aneartor of the Duke of Barantcm, ia whose family H rerarrtnt-nnril a few years ago, when ihe iftinrry of the dub waa sold at auction. The (seal was by the German governrneiit, which paid for h tn cash fha of 10,060. A rrmch higher frrm thK however, waa onea pii olTcred a flwle reltrjne. In 1B1J Pope Jallns II waa ia need of money ana endewTorod to borrow. Ha yrnr. at tht trnie the poeecesor of a Hebrew Bible, which for tome oaur the Jewirti people af Yeaiea desired to pnrohnpe. Thr offered topT weight tn gold for fee book, which was sa heavy that the anitcd strength of twe men barely lift H. The book waa waighed and tha erthaate in art a ef Ha weight ta gold waa J5J9,00. JnHaa deemed missnm inpdeqnate and deoltned to cell, ae that the Yatiaan Habrrtr Bible is justly entitled to the atrtno-tioof being aha most valuable book la (he world. JiTlliea. rrlt far Baali. eertly book m tha world I jmr-ehtii-e- enor-luonopr- fr se-al- d n Contrnrttd O'l'"'""' tlioso who would rathfcr mortiy Ok flesh than bo guilty of violating the laws of pollto society that yawntng can bo indulged in under certain cot. ditions, not only withont eompunc-tiun- , but with actual bonout. No lew an authority than Dr. Kaegell vays that it acts like mcur.ga, and ia tho most natural gyniDHStloa of the lungs imaginable. Ho therefore ad vlso pcoplo to occasionally hold In uboyanco thoir conTentionol preju dice, and if thoy cannot indnlgoavery morning in what ho considers the luxury of yawning, thoy are to do it us often an posslblo, and all tae muscles of respiration will be btnofltod by tho atrotchlng, and many chrotrio lung troubles may thus bo prevented. Pittflburg Dispatch. it Kenloekj Oaalltraaa UmU B. A Kcntuckiun recently wuaaprko oU'ercd for thu best itfLultlya of a iiafitinmaii. uud bis Ltfiajtifil VU It will Viiunliii; In II mlllifiil. bo ji groat conwlfttion to Waraan rr4 aarankaaa!. Tka wmy and tha aavy, wa trust, ure only tneideate ia tha prograaa of the race, bwt so long aa they exist man baa a prominence ia aha affairs of life. He ia tfaa axaanMva arm in war, aa, figuring as potioetnan, ha ia in civil prooeeees. And perbape tt waa uaeritahia rhat having this responsibility, he ahonld nakathalawa regulating national Hfe, and gradually all sorts of laws. If wa could gat ri ef the fcremea-donwar and gorarastaatal ma efainery rtfe wanid ba a aert af pio 1J0, and them womaa would coma to the front again, for shea anantgo a nltnic much better thaa man can. This is the highest sort of compliment, for woman has a haad tot and details and economy, aa ia sufficiently evident ta tiha most highly oMllaed naMon, Franea. whora she is m huaraeaB mattere. Oharlaa Dadley Warner ta a N. Y. Tribune. A "Washington dispatch to one of onr contemporaries describes a financial transaction on tho floor oi tha House in which uone of the participants caught or attcaiptcd to catch the Speaker's eyes, and no Trport of which is found in tho pages of "The Congressional Record," It seems that tho lion. John R, Fellows, being seized with what tho late John T, Raymond, after accumulating some other fellow's stock of s at the game of chance known as "matching," used to do ploroas "tho mad passion of gamb-- i tin" "strayed over'' it is a Democratic newspaper that describes it as Graying over to ex Speaker Reed's desk, and laying down a half-dollon tho lattcrs desk remarked, jocularly: "I'll match von for the half." Democrats in tho interior, who have only heard of Mr, Reed as a "despot" of tho first magnitndo, will get new ideas oi Col. Fellow's courage from tbis account; for the Colonel eccras to have walked right up to the despot's desk and planted down his half.doN lar without the lend sign of timidy, Indeed, the despot himself seemed cowed by tho Colonol'a courageous bearing. "Well, I'm afraid," said he ohserte the confession of fear "I'm afraid I'll have to go yon." Another half-dollwent down on the desk with a bang, and before the Colonel could adjust his tpctaelcs to examine the eoini the despot remarked, "You bare Icat," and gathered both nt them in. Instinctive t Colonel Fellows disputed the decision, and Mr Dollivcr, of Iowa, was called in to settle tha question. He did settle it with tha judicial fairnesi recognized br railroad stockholders as characteristic of tho Iowa mind. In a firm voice he said, "I'll match yon for the dollar." The despot consented, and the result was that tho entire dollar became taxable as personal estate In i wa. Presently Mr. Burrows, of I Michigan, hearing of the transaction I and having a laudable desire to strengthen the resources of the Peninsular State, strolled over to Dollivcr aud causallv remarked, "I'll match you for the two dollars." Result: The specie reserve of Michigan was increased by the amount of two dollars, and the feeling of indignation among the agriculturists of that State against the demonetization oi silver was greatly intensified. Viewed purely as n financial opper ation the result of this transaction, as nny member of the Produce- Exchange can see who will take the trouble to trace it through the various ramifications and complications which attended it, was simply to tranefer the r original which, when in the possession of Colonel Fellows, might properly bo counted as a proper part of the circulating medium, the specie reserve, of this great metropolis and money center to one of the wheat producing States to assist in moving the crops. Almost in the twinkling of an eye, as one might say, it went by way of Portland, Me., to the great grain producing State of Iowa, whence after a pause of sufficient length to impart confidence and strengthen the tone of tho market, it slid over into Michigan, whero it will undoubtedly render useful servico 111 i will be noticed, moving the crop", too, that it accumulated strength as it proceeded, doubling up in geometrical progression at each stago of its progress. Had the movement continued uati) the entire House, including Mr. Holraan' of lndiana,had enjoyed what is called in desultory eonversa tion, "a whack at it" a suffiicient um might have been realised to com plctc tho Nicaragua Canal after moving the crope. It all the transactions were in silver it would al so have the aflcct of drawing down the To silver surplns in the Treasury. Colonel Fellows tho original transaction doubtless meant that ho was a "half a dollar out," hut when ho looks at the wholo scries and takes tho broader view of a etntesman and political economist, ho will have much higher satisfaction in the thought that ho has contributed so powerfully to the movement of tho crops, than ho could ever have felt had ho given the half-doll- ar tn John Chamberlain in exchange for applejack of the vintage half-dollarar half-dollahalf-dolla- A Movement in Half-Dolla- r. 4 run clown? Scoffs Emulsion of Pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil and Hypopliosjohilcs of Lime and Soda will build you up and put flesh on you and give you a good appetite. "" Are you nil w. iw $ H ..sr 'v i u,s . OAPl4fcAli'T (Ms, Qmsttomftm, gcrofula and I aba nan's mat WhirttnsSJUsarra. raw's ttantftoa cares Ooogba, V" fo O ft wS!5S!SSU!BU(L 1 C -4 aMrmagJl. aawaa.liaiaisa, raj anil aW FeMMffca Wfl Ifftlf by 9 . a aatt br aaaaaaBMsswaaaaaaarvw am'K.rj'.g.;B?M h Hard or 3?oft Water tfyte Soap vorh? so veil, that Worosp varrt NO OTHER, tUBjefivsrsm S J BETTER KNOWN A8 THIS TattTJrrTtMi nun ay raw aaaav -sa- v MtexnvrT JMrtrtmi PALMER HOUSE. Newly FnmlsiiBtl. Rates $1-0- 0 per day. Meals 25o- - East - side Frrdorica, between Main and the River, Owensboro, Ky, MRS- CHAS. JtOBT, MRS. C. R. WILLING UAM,Props. aallli'i SgCsWrgamWQtj SDBSORIBE -- MM lrt rnit DinrarsiA Cra Ira Ulnar. arn-m- 't Ft,iilliaa rt.nuM.ia kaf a It jaxr " IL mwJ 1 ft botlU. tvi Hmu ou Oi.vaL-.-e rei-tw- FOR THE . a IBjaaaajaa fl? " """" flf I,1' ii iHaaflHaUfifflHsraoval 'I1 Ai'nvFlVur3Val '' N Mori All PiwEt !. li rw mi LOUSVILLE 'tmkmmncd nsrwnr.N Y1aaBa1aaMaaBaV')BaaKaaalBarTe.WTVa:V' vm lVi in wtfw 1 i unci I'EMP, Dms' BOTH -- - PAPERS mm Si Tfrk Willi FOR THE PRICE- - I.Ol'lHVII.I.V.Iinil'lllN. Wit Mil R niTos iioiii:,iuiit r.u oui.m.nt, Tin Yoi: A .! t'i .'lnnlil. OF ONE. ALL THE- - The Quick an J DtaJratito I?cnto The Leading Bepuli'icr i , TO AM) FlM I'll liiM.i.iiii I nlt.imiri' IV'nh.rl Wnhliiistin Norl'..lk lll I'.-lHicliiiiMinl IIiiIThIii lli-wt- . i.. I I For only . ', i nx'i in ,Uivu:irt- - ' Tulelo t'liiii.. CinolniiHti l.inn-vlll- c ' Gnstorn nntl fjorthi. Mini COUNTY IN THE N.IWS: ! Mouiiliir "ry I'lt'i IE New Orients Mdlnlc I.IUl" ItwV, Hot :orn Points Wil .'.i-i- iy ,i TIIERK?fJBUCAN tiive- - till the newe ipritm l.otil-inn- ninl In I'l'iiiia.- i ot' 'I'fxns ii Arl.ti few -- a any other tii l II, (' l" M III n i.cl;". - Y State and an umcli Nato unl vdi il m iiii'niiiil'ti-- a S i ii- inil.tl S'Uth iiinl out it. -- WNNMlfM -- AND- NATIONAL NEWS IN THK nml in Tlio 111 Ant dfl I'omlitimi, mill th !'! mi uiidI-len- t iliroti?!. .jTJ nrrnpfft'iiient in titnp A FKATuar. i the tliiK- - siul M'lirtvl I'.T th" I linll"l tjiH i rnili'. Iiii-i-ili- u Only a muiit' uihk jiid Mcinptiis, si. I i if tx'-- l i. il iiiiNol - , . t - vi hI!,t1. crrlcc liotwtfti r Tiiih-Tiiie-'. SOltrilWKT. i? tliiriit;lil; vjutin".! r Is a mid sop-iMt- I'an 'Iv . I'aur, i nnu - -- "i i! i.' ! t'ir i ild. ltEi'.f-i- l nrtnieiita ".! Ti evei'-i- ' it , ' general .n.ls io a nuMiirll. iieil tin- - l r) S. It li Fan, nml ur Up), WHF ll'inie iinl Sifiety coluiu-- 1 il. .. Imuatiun tuau-i ilniiKlitera. Itf poiicinl iolitical nrwH, .l riinu. ire vn .lpreheoiiva, dicui litiiiiiint mid u.httutivt. h- - Ainmilturn' l pi linciit ',a i. rprlirr ia n'prrni-linthe coiinlrv. Its- .Mnrkt t ll Niris are rrcif,ru7el nu'lmri'v in all pirts of tha ' '' Ticket.. .5. kl. Ill lienor " e'iirei lr Ian I. A Special fntitnift enultUs as io r thin plendil J.Miinnl and The AKfiil nt llr.iicr llnm.'.r Itt'ptiMicin tor iiiio;. ear ifiu'l ?:::. Apt.iljiljTiUe, St, n tt-- Yoimj: ive-- . aul l'.lk. r YOU GU 1 OWL SL.25 per year. -- CVU.IJ.N- C.Theo.Cain,; laaHMfmAKiai aHraWaaVaKfaBi - SBO 0 's- K iMhn.a..regiilrPri.t. per year Ilfrllonl Itinl,'.ienii - 61.00 l.-J Total. Job W A SPECIALTY. Woiurnish both Pn pore one year ibr $.2G, Snlisrnptk'ii Alilrcsall(irdcr(i to may hepfin at nny tima. SonjB 8ECRET ORDERS. HAHTFOiUi Hi'A:i biAVAS. Hartford, For the final and ifoft ArtUlic Work; any she or thilr. ft' d ru u HI. V 'uern jm'.7 '.hduiul ith. Clcura Maxwell Cnmp. Ko. M, Ilopnrimont ot I!nrtford,Kjr.,ivuh IShHiiiIj Kentucky, me.-l.- it la fch month t 1 r. h. 0. M, ridiitT, Catln. Jn. h. Rowt, Berstmnt. cf "Votoraxis. jx. Rantuet. j rrS",v !. 2l?rI'",fi ?"r3!l;V?: a72- - "' j 'J ' aiinaajjiiii-;r.- 3r. JtC. KcwlbBHtOB'.o $65 ' OUR SILVER QUEEN first-cla- J. WrtiOoimiL rod, No. 8, Depart aim t ol Kentucky, meeHcrerj third Sutunl) itl I o'clock Leilolifli-M- , Ky. r. h ,, In Court-HniI.1, llKL'IIK.Com. B.A.WclaiaT.AJJ. Is It possible n Hon. an1 nfHouinw.i. It Is BTiowvi ino.v iitrrnns.!ndl cure Miil.irto, plcAnt w t!kc.AIMeiVnke-pll- . up, hon'.' tn'5 'tl' iiuu llanos, mm Mi.it lliict-- I I)-- n, l,r i. '..o h Unl, Siat IUil, $65 1 n er r. U - r ol r & a' kaa- erary HuturJny hefuro tho necon'l Sunday at IS fl'clnck a. w. Intliec-outt-lioiiJ. C. Cimithhi.iv, , c. rUrtferd, Ky, riiiTtn Mottni mt rtSo, 4,r)i'rntmT.tof -Kin-luck- bid i S-a. "2 51 n- - J.M. llnatf, Adj. J'Sn? mh ! ? .en" . illy lronl-- l lr nn ullrlt of world-wid- e lleifni- i- cmdi. iitnl ni.il t'litinlj reputation, cured, offrimi'itn io jeir' etuiilmi. after (ill alher trr iitnient" lite Mile I. Ilmr the tlinieullf l Kliioved, fully anil Ike rail 1. of with nffliltt l find tetiiiionlnl In lire HOlll prniiliii.ni tii'm- 111 in.-'- i hi , 4 ly nit. A. I'ONTAIM:. Tiicoim n'urli. K 1.W W a, , j JL j "T ft Y r A v D 'w , x.r lt b. S k ft to'') IU.IO a V ,3 "Wrtta VAv for our l AiAy Naw 8ft V V s. A. V aaawl i a aaa t ji(; Cst.il njjite of all ,'s kind iml "i v t.T- r: v. ? Wi r. n S!. S m1 a OPUS'S Ol ' '- Pi vi -' r ri 51 5s of VcliidcJ. aS A. I 1708. Harpera. , Wkl . No words are strong eaona to point orrt the danMr or aVyw potsoa-tnby drpaa wWahaxa aitoa taken to procure sleep, whether tt ba aa alcoholic nightcap, morphine, ophus. el J oral or anf ether. Thejae&leaJ mnn has reoortrce with ralnctonae to tJife an a last and .teenporary raaori, and only he oan tell k'rw many Hvaa aro wwoired by tha illtimed uaa af them and their subsequent abuae. Of aH horrfWa drcaaia aoaa ia aa awful aa those which aeaaOaeoyia who habitually tn these falsa earn fortern. Better than all tha eraga ta tha world fur praauitag atoaat ra aimple food, a rogular life aad a aalai g .irl HnrrlUla af All JOraaaaj. nrfam. Ojg. There !b but ono drawback to the satisfaction which this series of trans- lawn. wna. ,n actions so beneficial in the result:) to 3ji(Ve I'nlrm (ip're 'I i',mui ) V tho graingrowing Stutes gives to tho reflcctivo mind. There seems to have been an clement of chanco entering into each successive ptep in the operation. We are not prepared to say that I"' the sake- of moving the rW MMWaaa11llalllaaWMaaWa1 crops Colonel Fellows was quite justified in tho abrupt proposition to match tho despot for a half. Nor do we commit ourselves at this moment CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. to an unqualified approval of tha rc aaajaaaaavaaaai faaajHBMBaaiaBM afjajajava aaaaiaaB ply of tho despot, "I'm afraid I'll A SURE find CERTAIN CURE ne no doubt felt known for IB years' as tho DE3T liavo to go you." REMEDY FOR PILES. goaded. And thero is good Demo- IVtiurM iij nitiuunsut.TiTi on n. in., t.i oris. fa cratic authority for saying that ho very impulsive whon goaded. It will GJk.XuJLM perhaps bo bettor to wait before deciding anything as to tho point of morality until the Senate reaches some conclusion on a bill it is discus sing with much learning and at great length which prohibits the sale of fu- Tho Loading Photographer. tures, becauso thero is an clement ot chunoo in such sales that tends to ?ici.rei Id Crerj Stjh and Size. foster "the mad passion for gamboli MafOld Pictures Copied nml Enlarged ing." A BPEOIALTY. m ai ' 108J Main Street. ronghlatr Leada ta Coaaamptlaa, 'tiSf. mi flit lended to (or WPr.li. TH H'"X Our iIIm-- i npwiita (ho P s Piitiiit tuiiio mill u um i firm) mm rtrrn in i lino limn Uh'M" nAtiustiTn.v tnd Mtmri h.m ir.x i fniiTO nt Inronnnn tlu ndvl in in pniinl nl.ilitr eiwofchniteBnd noinnko Ml rj.t .'(.: ixi.Hki rA Ti'St 1 .r. i in.it Kir ettrnlnr mince tcrinj nml tpfotrnroi Io Dctnnl rJIpnlx in rnuroivn cinte.ron'ilf rirycr Ohtnlne.1. V iwW. S3 . R onipBln.liookofiv-rD. AUnuto.llc. uUsolOl'iVblltUillSu yrWST3X?EV!r.i CINCINNATI. zzrmuj-- i THE SOUTHERN BUGGY - - CO. - OHIO, U. S. nzitwazsKxassassiiis ajTrreTTraqgiwaa M.cbji-cj- 5' "SSaBEBia.3ilEa.S..asi jw e- ...;, H'3 tggftZ moLo. 'mn z tiferill-M,,,- ., I - jUillW 11 BUGKEY OINTMEKT V 1 aaaaaVaal 1 Ttn"V fer.'A" t: '32 ? d. J , y lT i iaV 1 T? I J5 6Wf '. WaliaaaaalWj l-Jff- iaV isV,-" "1 rtaaaaaaawgajajaj t Jf. TTyjat.j s hm X r1 v7N:l-5yT-- - 03NT LAzttLtz'rC5TOL mrvmxTMKFva AlfE-JSLJl- Wo aro mnniifacturers of Bugqies, Carts Srnos ami Carringos, and Uaal tlirgctiy with the consumor, thus savlno him tho per cont. usually pait! to ir'iTh men. Our prices aro reasonable, and wg guarantee satisfaction. m ttz &i tjm trt Tri "F. Owen fib or o, Ky. A. AM138 &. CO. 7m 0 WEN8B0JW, KY