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B, ROGERS, The RjU'UI.lican and Courior-Joui'im- l botli one year for ly $1.75. on- Publisher. OFFICIAL OROAtl OF THE PARTY 111 THE FOURTH COKORCSSIOKAL DISTRICT. IER.ti-,- L.5 h: Annum, h iinm, VOL. V. ir .tioriii:it MAUIiAltHT HAKTFOKD, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1893. Mll'MMMT.. 1. SASC.IIU. niu, tle.trs, NO. 30. zine, for only $3.00. 1 The Republican and the Cosmopolitan, a leading maga--wt OWE DOLLAR EVERY HOUR ra rrt of the, country, wlui Milling to work linlns. at (ho ouipti)imiit nlilcli e fiirnl'li, l 1 .nilly earned hy an v one of i lilu r pcx In ntijr And It .shouldn't hi-- till for thu chit- 10 yourself. Korthou wllllnirtii dun little work, (lien, ou enn work Ihli It thu irnmli.t oiler uinilc The fun nnd the cheer and the play: all due, or In tha neiilug onh. If )ou nro fin. ployed, .ml hatcn fciv spare hours At your dlt. With the patient droop on the tired email, mllliu tlieni, .ml mhl tu your Income, mouth, o.r business will not Ititi rf ro at "II. You will ho ainaicd 011 thu start at tin' ruplillty ami tain And the mother h.ts had her day. hy which you nmaii dollar tiiion dollar, ilay In nnd day out. Lun In glmirrs nri' rum .fill from thu tint hour Any nut' mil run the Imaliii . none True mother haw had her day, dears, (.11. You ahould try nothing ilc until )ou i.e Wlieii ou ueie iter Dailies inree, for yourself what )ou ran l nt thi- business And she stepped about the farmland o capltul risked. Women .re which w. offer. grind worker; nowadays tin y ninVu aa much the house .1 turn. Thry nhotiM trv till. Iiuilm n, aa It la no As busy ns a bee. wrll adapted to them. Write nt nnro nml aee for - he labor la light nml pleasant, mid you run uu risk whatever. Wr lit )uit nut complete, so flint toii on give tlio Imilnm 11 trlnl without cxh.iiiu miiUfti1tl frf.tfliiMi tli'i, T'lilpd irmvil She would .somctlitiLH tako nil hour's rest. And sometimes a trip to town. If mother would li.slu.ilii jourulf. Address II. IIAI.I.ITsT CO., Dux HHO, i'ortlnnil, Mo. When .she locked you nil to sleep, dears, And sent you all to school, And wore herself out, nnd did without, And lived by the (.nlden Rule. And so your turn has come, dears, Her hair is growing white; And her eyes sue ainiue; the look, That pteih bejond the nijjht. fat-aw- Mm , m 41 0'W ml iS-- One of these days in the mornine; Mother will not be here, She will fade away in the silence The mother so true and dear. Then what will von do in the ht, And what in the tfloaniiue; dim? Ami father, tiled and lonesome then, Pray, what will you do for him? If you want to keep yoiu mother Von must make hef lest Must jjjve her a share in the fiofic Anil draw her into the play. to-da- day-li- t qfl$i$S& Call la the world tba priosT. W. L. Douglas rhocaotecoldoveiywheia. Everybody Should wear ttiiun It la a doty Ami if mothers would listen to me, you owo yotMiolt to net tlio boat valoo tot dents, your money, nosnotnlcolnyourlootniiatby She'd buv her a trown of silk, purotia.loe W. L. OoilRlnsStlOOS.vililob nproaont the bout vMuu nt ttio niter, ad With buttons of royal clet vcillaod obo.-t- , as ttiiumud. cna luilliy. Anil rullles ns white as milk. d"Inlii Nn S'i!.tltuto..i?tr Itl'out W. f llrunrr offniinl. Snue Jirijjlfi" name nn irl stamped on bjttolu. Look And she'd let you do the trotting, rwii tu n jou bur. While she sat in her chair, We 1.. Duuctm, llrocht.in, nin.ii Soli by That mother should haeit hard all through L. F. WU.KXLK, lluriluiil, Ky. It strikes me isn't fair, I W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE noTWp. D'aoo fur Boot .vGBUYTHESX, WASHINGTON. TIiihk lit Iio I.ltrl) Aronml till" .'Sntloiinl Cniillul J nit nt l'rt'k. nil Iti'luiHl' 4'nliliK't 1GHT JUNKING el hiilisliii'turi. r$ 7F jBPi MOST nriESTp WOODWORK. ATrACCViHS. W'M dufuhlc. t5 I.' . UANA.CC, tf THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST. Snd TEN cent, to 30 Union 8q N. Y., for our prlto unmo, "Bllnl Luck," nnd win n New Home Sowing Machine. Tlio New Homo Sewing Machine Co. ORANGE, MASB. C"Mq tlL. eoVi'tTiwi.M. FOR SALE BY tau Jc .ic4. umM- - SAJjkMlmm i3J5iX.QI IiCiireeColae,Ceuha.8oreThroatCrnn.Tn8!ii . . WtlMtiin. f!mih ll.n.K,l. ..!....- - A Clrt'ln curafor Coniuraptlao In firtt it.gci, "an'u a lure relief in adnntft itim, ui. at oart. will tie the .icillcat euret after tikliur the fttit dci. ' RiilJ by dfttirs cTirywhtre. irj. ... t3fJ:53centtan U ..VV jloifix rutrr. ..r si l nun mn E'S YJUUUEIIAE CREAM FOR 20 YEARS .Mas EVERY lod all Worm Romodles. BOniE GUARANTEFO. v.vr.iiYWiir.RE. , M Mr Cle eland's Cabinet, so far ns is announced, is much more pleas-into Republicans than to Democrats nnd the selections indicates that the Democratic p.uty proper is to be consulted even less from Match 4, iSoj, than it was during Mr. Cleveland's other administration. lie appears to feel tinder no obligations to the machine element, either for his nomination or his election, and the statement has been frequently made during the lnt two or three" days by ob-scut men, that Mr. Clvelaud was ambitious of founding a new political party, even more Republican than Democratic in its tendencies. Such prominent Democrats ns SeuatorsJOor-111.11- 1 and llruce acknowledge that they have not even been asked their opinion by Mr. Cleveland concerning the uienilierslnp of the next Cabinet; there is already a feeling of resentment in the Senate against him, nnd Senator Hill is adding fuel to the flames in every way he can. l'he Dcuocrntic talk is mostly aimed at (ireshain, but the truth of the matter is that the selection of Dan Lamina to be Secretary of War and of e.partuer llissell to lie General gives ns little satisfaction as that of (ireshain to be Secretary of State. They are regarded as person-a- l rather than political selections. Carlisle ns Secretary of the Treasury is the only one of the four members of the Cabinet already selected who can truly be said to uiei t the expectatiot s of the Democrats in Congress. That this feeling of enmity Mr. to Cleveland exists is plain to nil, but your correspondent does not think, reports to the contrary notwithstanding, that it will be carried to .the extent of opposing confirmation nny of thcCnbinct nominations, although noth iug would be more to the liking of Senator Hill but Senator Hill is too shrcwed a politician to butt his head against a brick wall. Unless he has positive assurances from a sufficient number of Senators to make it certain that he can defeat the nominations it is not probable that he will openly ope; ly l'ost-mast- Senator Gorman says that he docs not favor an issue of bonds unless it becomes absolutely necessary in order to keep up the gold reserve in the Sclcntlflo American Treasury. His bill authorizing the Agcnoy for Secretary of the Treasury to issue 50,000,000 in five year 3 per cent bonds for the put pose of replenishing the gold reserve which has been favorably reported, is simply to save iA CAVEATS. Jl fmK TRADE MARKS. some money for the Government if til 'h!WsW DESIQN PATENTS, bonds have to be issued. Xo new 0OPYRIQHT8. etc rreo iianaoooit writa to i or inrnrmanon nna lniiiAuw.r, Nrw Ymtir. law is needed to issue bonds, but MU.NN ,v co. i.l Oldi'tt butunu tor aciurlmr patent. In America. out tiy 110 1. brounht before bonds issued under the present laws Kriry imtent tuken thu puiilio by u uoilco t'lvcu Jreo ot charga In the would have to bear not less than 4 per cent nnd nm far a longer period of years; hence Senator Gorman's T araost rlreuktlnn of nny arlentlfle potior In the Kj'ltiultaiy IIJuKtrato.l. fin Intelllireat bill. woild. The President is so strongly man rliould bu without It, Weekly. Mfl.OO ft.'Oalx month.. AildroRK iltiNN k CO. opposed to nu issue of bonds that it is vuLuuuia, UU1 ilroudway, Mew York City, certnin that nothing short of the direst financial straits would cause Dlnn,' Persons him to allow it while he remains in iro lirol.cn down fiotn oM.rorkor lioiischolrt office, nnd Secretary Foster says lie wan Uniwii'M Iron Illttfi'it sees nothing in the situation to require rrliulM. tlio y.tem. Mi tlU'i'.tlon, remorc ex. cdor lillc. ttUiliiirLiinalurlu, U lliugciiulna it at this time. The President having forwarded the treaty for annexation of Hawaii to ask BROWN'S IROX BITTERS the Senate, accompanied by a mesCurea Itnllcntlon, Jllllotuiiw, flj rpcila, Mala, its immediate sage recommending rut, KcrrouimeM, utul licuorul Debility. ricomiiiernl ll. All ileitl'.ra wll It. Ceiiulne ratification, has gone to Maryland for mark uud crosacd rcl Hum oini rapper. .tatrado J I J I'll II ItiDinl.TiYUm CO, rra ciriTTi v pose the'iu. tu. T.ton; M gftMWx mtftm I'ltyal-clat- u nally written out on the prescribed in the very paper or drawing-boarIn examination best possible style. exercises, of course the most advanced pupils can be required to answer n few test questions on every branch, us in the examination of teachers or graduates. Hnve the pupil write on his paper every question put on the board before anwscringit.as the whole work must appear on the sheets intended to be bound for display. The names of pupils, their age, the school to which they belong, etc., must appear on the papers piepared. 4. An important part of the display will be the photographs of school The procuring of these buildings. must davolvu upon the shool officers, theachers, and other public spirited citizens of the county. Where there is a resident photographer, ns in the towns nnd citieshis service can be secured to photograph the in such places, and certain representative ones in the country; nnd the expense ought to be small, even when then the artist will not contribute this much towards making this a great featuie of the display. Note this especially: Si'Ni) 1 Hi: Ni:i-ativin i:vi:uv instanci: to the Louisville office, nnd that ns soon ns possible. The photograph, as has been determined this week, ought to be one or two sizes full-si8x10 inches, half sie, 5x8 inches. The Management will use them to the best advantage. The Commissioners have decided that the time for preparation ought to be extended to the 20th of March. The photograph negatives must be scut earlier, however, as indicated nbove. Where nt nil pmcticle, have the work for each county sent in one package, by your County Superintendent. Address Dr. A. I). James, Office of World's Fair Commission, Louisville, Ky. When the package cannot be sent by 'mail .express charges will be paid at fouisvillc. All schools of the State, except those for defective chrildren, will occupy contiguous space nnd make one general exhibit for the State, grouped according to classes. It is hardly necssary to urge TAYLOR MI.M:S. to be active, persistent, amFeb. so. Mi. Rogers has begun a four tnonths school here. We hope bitious to excel in a case where we assembled hcil!hae a good school nnd the are to appear before thegrade, every world. Schools of every parents will send their children. character, ought to be there in a fairCary lturch caught a fox last Sunly representative shape. The Comday. missioners' submit the matter to you Mr. Henry Taylor, McIIenry, called and ask you to do your best, and do on his girl Sunday night. it promptly. Resp'y, Misses Mollie Cooper and Ida Catcs IiU POKTI'U TllOMI'SON, have returned from McIIenry. Supt. Public Instructions. Miss IJv.i U.tltell is visiting friends A. I). Jami:s, Commissioner of Liberal Arts. at her old home at Hortoii this week. . Lee Cooper took his sister aud Miss vi:.sti:ri-ii:i.iMinnie Deetlle to the dance at Hortou. On January the 23d, 1893, God saw '!'!:. young ladies and gentlemen fit to call from our midst, sister Elizagave quite a nice party Saturday beth Chapman. She leaves 5 sons and 4 daughters to mourn her loss. night. old. Hill Drown, who has been crippled Sister Chapman was 69 years for some time is now able to be out She was a kind mother and a good citien. She will be greatly missed on crutches. by her children and the community. Johft Harrass nnd his brother went Her children are nil grown nnd memto Hortou to a big ball recently. John Sister bers of the Ilaptiat Church. says the newt time he attends a ball Chapman embarked in the cause of he is going to dance every set. Christ S3 years ago nnd joined the Thomas Williams died the 14th nt Baptist Church and lived a consisto'clock. I Ic was buried at the ent member all her life and a good H. II. home grave yard. worker for the cause of Christ nnd morality in this community. She delii'iiliirkj'H Kiliirnlloiinl I'.x III lilt parted this life on the 23d and was Duiat.mi:ntoi: Pi'iu.ic Instruction. Urother I). F. buried on the 24th. Ol'I'lCK 01' SuriK!NTi:Nir.Nr. FUANKIOUT, February, 10, 1893. j Jcnkcns preached her funeral, after To School OiTiltks and Ti:acii. which her remains were followed by the singing class and several solemn i:ws: We are directed by the Kentucky Commissioners of the Colum- people to the Hell's Run Cemetery, bia Exposition to send this Circular where she was laid by the side of her to County Superintendents, and to beloved husband, Rev. Moses Chapthe Principals of such schools as have man. This community join in symbeen reported to the State office, both pathy with the bereaved family. AAnoNji;wi:r,r.. public nnd private, and arc known to be in session. Please to note: Tlio I'oInohoiih AcIiIm 1. That the Commission of Liberal Arts or the Assistant will call on the In the blood should be taken up and Public Hoards of citizens of the first, removed by the Liver aud Kidneys, second and third classes, and arrange but these organs get out of order with them as to their educational fail to do the work, and the result is There are a thousand display. They wish to see also the Rheumatism. remedies for the Liver and Kidneys, teachers of nil private schools in these cities, with a view to have them but there is only one cure for nnd that is Dr. Druiumond's represented, Your prompt nnd Lightning Remedy. A large bottle is solicited. will be sent by express to any address 3. That the schools outside the cities of the first three classes may on receipt of price, or may be ordered Any one who is not be delayed in beginning their from the druggist. having nn nrgument with the Rheuwork, and to insure uniformity of size feel fully repaid by the a supply of paper aud drawing board matism will first dose. Dmminond Medicine Co., will be sent nt once to nil public New York. schools, free of charge. If other 48- so Maiden Lane, Agents wanted. schools find it impracticable to get the necessary material, notify the An .inrlie Torture. Where a numState Superintendent. ST. I.OUIS ber of these schools are near each oth"In the summer of 1882, when the er, a package of material will be sent Apaches were raiding the ranches and to one person for distribution, and haciendas of Southern Arizona," said the schools notified by card where to Thad R. Morris, "I was a private in apply. Our information is that some Company K, stationed nt Whipple of the denominational schools are Harracks. The Indians had caused the making preparation independently Department ceaseless trouble. Wewere nnd at their own expense. In these kept on the march continually; but cases we take no action unless requir- for two months we failed to get close enough to them to become engaged in ed to do so. 3, The success of our display, as a fight. One morning, while we were far as the actual work of the pupil is camped at the base of the Chiracon concerned, will be determined by the Mountains, a courier came to camp quality of that work, and it is earn- bringing the information that a band estly recomciided that teachers allot to of about 200 rengeade bucks had atNo tacked a small emigrant train nbout one pupil but a single subject. one need to be restricted to a single ten miles away, nnd had killed the thing; but it will be found best, ow- entire party. We were soon in our ing to want of time, to select those saddles, nnd riding rapidly toward who arc to take up each branch and the scene. The day was almost insufhnve the subject nssigncd dwelt upon ferably hot. The sky was not obscured studiously, with painstaking, and fi by a single cloud, and the sun leat three weeks duck shooting. It was first thought that it would be best to accomplish annexation by nn act of Congress, but owing to the short time remaining of the session nnd the belief that prom fit action was necessary it was concluded to do it by treaty, which only needs the ratification of the Senate nnd the formal acceptance of the Hawaiian gove.nnent to become binding on both countries, The treaty is u very short one. It piovides that the provisional government of Hawaii shall remain in charge of that country until Congress shall provide, by legislation, a new government. It nlso provides that it must be ratified by the Hawaiian government within sixty day after it is llesidc.i mesreceived at Honolulu. sage and the treaty the President sent to the Senate n mass of correspondence t elating to Hawaii nnd the policy and the United States in dealing therewith in the past. The Piesideiit assured himself befoie Inking this action that the Senate would ratify the tteaty, and Secretary of Stale, Foster, says he expects to sign the official copy of it, after its ratification for the Commissioners to take back with them befoie he sails for Kurope, and he is booked to leave on the 25th, inst. Rcpresentarive and Senator-elect- , Henry Cabot t Lodge, is in a pleasant state of mind just now. The House Committee to which was referred a tesolutioii reciting that, Mr. Lodge and a friend had enjoyed the privilege of examining the historical archives of the Stttte department which was denied to others, and providing for nu investigation has been report ed back to the House, the committee asking to be excused from its further consideration, because of there being no reason for an investigation. The proposed amendments to the pensou laws were voted down by the House, just as has been expected from the time the committee decided to ofTer them. Representative Hou-lellof Maine, made a scotching speech against them, which, at times, had a very irritating efiect upon those who favoicd the amendments. two or e, school-buildini; Ken-tuckia1 1 Rhcu-mutisin, nc-ti.J down with excruciating fierceness upon the, weary soldiers. When we arrived upon the scene of the massacre, we found the bodies lying nbout on the burning sands horribly mutilated. We hnd made but a short stop, and had mounted our horses to give chase to the redskins, when I heard faint groans. It was some time before we could locate the place whence the agonizing sounds came. Finally we found it. The Indians hnd skinned one of the dend horses, and had sewed up a man (whose name was IJ. R. Tnrlton from Ohio) tightly in the green hide. His body was doubled up, and the hide was closely tied nround him. We released him ns quickly ns we could, nnd applied restoratives that soon brought him to. lint when he gaed around nthis murdered family, he drew a knife from his pocket, nnd, before nny one could stop him, cut his throat. Tying a man up in a green hide was a new mode of torture to the soldiers. Hut I have since learned that in early days of that territory.it was not infrequntly applied by the Cher-ican- s' ns well as the Apaches. m . MtXI'tT. Feb. 18. P. A. Moxley's youngest child has been very sick, but is convalescent. Aunt Polly Patty is in feeble health. We fear she will not last long. She is somewhere in the 90's. Mrs. Sam Davidson, Jr., is very low with consumption. The physicians have given up all hope of her recovery. Miss Dee Tunstall left the sth.inst., for Short Cieek, where she will attend school. Mrs. IJd Davidson spent Friday and Saturday atCaneyville with her brother, Anderson Maine, who is very sick. Chas. Plemer, of Fordsville, spent last week with F.d Davidson's family. are seldom been abroad until the sun PROFESSIONAL CARD. has been one or two hours above the Eo-wJ". horizon. In wet weather it is usual to carry ATTORNEY AT LAW, in the hand, beneath a kangaroo skin, HARTFOHD, - - KENTUCKY. a piece of smoldering wood, which compensates the bearer in some sort an. t. otaiv. j, a. a. wiiiDtie. for the want of a flannel waistcoat, Ss "7vred.caiiifg,t nnd enables him to light a fire on a moment's notice. HAKTFOKD, KY. One of our men had also n plan on (Office, oter Anderon'i n.irnnr.) cold nights of lying down, rolled up Will practice their profusion liialltheeourle e Ohio nml arfjolilnu eountle, nml eourt of Appeal in his furs, upon the nshes of raked-ou- t Special nltt ntion given to eninmal predion ant vSnly fire. He explained to my hus- collections. band that the advantage of thus going to bed being no less good for warmth than for concealment, especially when passing the HAKTFOKD, night in a strange place, where the Will practice li's profession inKY. and aiUnln. Ohm keeping up of a fire after dark might Ins counties, and the court of Appeals, npeeie attract the notice of unfriendly na- attention Riven to collection.". Offlco north aide public square. tJ Th tives. Fach tribe posesses a territory of E. D. GUFPV. n. D. ItlNGO. its own, aud each family of the tribe 6s has its own especial tract of land within that territory. Here a man can light his fire and build his hut Will prnctke In nil courts of Ohio anil adjoining without fear of molestation. It is, in counties, and In Sup nor I'ourt and Court of Ap- iititcumii. mm nu lejrni imsines. auenaee fact, his paternal estate, so that the o. OMce, .No.WJ i:.JIurltet,,!lirlloril, Ky. word "fire" conveys to the Austra lian the same meaniug of fatherland or birthplace as the word "hearth" ' ATTORNEY AT LAW, conveys to the European, and is used by the aborigines in the same sense. Edwin o Glenn Tames Attorney at Law, .. Kingo, Attorneys at Law. Griiffy .!. Perry Westerfield haetpoed, isrsr. Vankssa. A UrewbOinc Itellc. llOSTON JOURNAL. Forty nnrrrl 11 nay. Harris & Buquo, Erin, Teini., 22. 12. "VxT'ed.aJ.n.g't manufactures of the celebrated Erin Lime, say they have great faith in Drummond's Lightning Remedy for Rheumatism. One of their principal (Office in Crowder llulldlng.) Will practleo hla profession In all tho eourta ef coopers was laid up with RheumaOhio nnd adjoining countlea. Alno Notary tism until induced to take Drum- Public TSnrtly mond's Lighning Remedy. After taking two bottles he went to work and has since been making Forty Bar-rkl- s Jhzl. DKCeavriaa, it.k day. Ifyour druggist has ATTORNEY AT LAW, not got this rcnedy, write to Drum-moii- d Medicine Co., 0 Maiden Will practkohls In Lane, New York, and they will send Ohio and adjoining profession andall the Court, el In the Court ef counties, you full particulars. Agent wanted. Appeala. Special attention given to collection. Attorney at Law, Ij. 48-5- Hartford, Ky. Office, over Williams, Bell A m m Co, drugstore. The scaffold on which John Brown was hanged nt Harper's Ferry has arrived at Washington for shipment to the World's Fair. The timbers are in a good state of perservation, though they have served the purposes 'of a porch to the residence of a son of a man who built the scaffold. The gallows itself is a plain subsantial affair, which would attract but little attention apajt front its history. The timbers are evidently pine, although they have been painted over at some later period to preserve them. The two uprights are big six inch square beams, and the crossbar is in proportion FveiL the screws with which it was put together have been preserved. John Brown was hanged on Dec. 2, 1859. I.anc' lucdlcluea move, the be we every day. u ordar to be healthy thla la nceeaa.ry, 1 View Obituary. On Saturday, February, 5th, Ar-thK. Leach, son of Rebecca and S. L. Leach, of Beda neighborhood, died in his 8th year. A noble young man has been called to his final resting place. Arthur was kind and and a favorite with all who knew him; and enjoyed the good will of a large circle of friends. He was very stu ious.and his higest ambition was to be with the most noble and highest. But ere he had reached his mature years the angel of death called him away to become a bright light in the better world on High. Some three years ago he professed religion and joined the church aud has since lived up to the christian faith. The mother and father have lost a precious son, the sister and brother a dear brother, the neighborhood a bright young man and last, but not least, the school has lost a gallant, noble, bright and industrious student. Our school circle has now been broken twice the first was Lura Parks, on Feb. 3d, the second was Arthur on Feb. 5th, both fell with typhoid fever. School-matelet the bright lights that have gone before ben warning and guiding star for us to Heaven, aud may our circle be unbroken there, is the wish of the writer. S. C. S 1 good-humore- d Lot em il Wnrmtli nXCHANGl. The invention of fire was a great steji in the progress of the human race, and it is not strange that so many uncivilized peoples have superstitious notions connected with it. Mrs. Millett, in her account of the aborigines of Australia, has some interesting observations under this head. When the natives' camp for the night a fire is lighted in front of each hut the huts being made of boughs, with the entrance carefully turned away from the wind so that the feet of those who are sleeping within may keep warm. If one of their relatives has lately died, an additional aud solitary fire is lighted n little distance from the huts, where the ghost of the deceased m mm may sit and warm itself without disor do you turbing the family hearth. DO YOU WANT TO HARRY, and ladle, In fact, aoclal letter, from gentlemen great a necessity to the na- ofculture nd mean. Irom all orer the country! warmth is ll ao, Ju.t aend ono ten eenta and tive that he seems to think that the the elegant matrimonial paper receir a copy of Obtained, and all I'Aft.M' JiUslJa-- at called Uumi ,V.U ire i dead can only by degrees become ac IlunaoKi. which will afford you more healthf.i tended to for UODKIIATBOffice, Out oau ou and nu Patent opposite the II customed to the want of it, and the enjoyment than you hare had for many a day: each lain Pal. m m tew timo than thoae remote from or WASHUililOX, Send HOIIKL, number contain, hundred, of letter, from niring of a grave by kindling a fire '.die and gentlemen wanllngcorretpondent. young HIOTO of Invention VT. advlsoDHAWIMi aa to paUul from aLihly ftee nf choice and wo make AO LHARQM within it is a very important ceremo- those of the. opposite an; If there I. a man or VhUJSS rATKNt IS SlCUMttl Vo, Fitrntnr advice, lens and vaferencea le woman who haa not found hi. or her affinity ny at a funeral. hi here', the golden opportunity. Addrea. Oat.ua aetuul clients w yout orru State. Oeunly, lily or The same love of warmth creates nn ioeaone, room It, It Koylaton alreet, Hoatoa, lerru, write 3S ly. cversion to early rising, and natives Jd.ea. OvvoiCt fattm Ojfict, .'I'uiAmgten, O O A printer who does not command due respect to a member of one of the highest and most noble professions, and who in any manner gives those with whom he comes in contact, the slightest excuse for lowering their fciijj-' estimate of the craft, is a disgrace to the fraternity and should not be tolerated as presenting himself as by any means a fair representative of a trade while necessarily demands the hands, OFFICE OVER RED FRONT skill and brains of many of our brightIs prepared to do all kinds of est men. The printing trade should Dental work at reasonable prices. stand in the front ranks as men, clean, noble and There is no reason why this should not be the case, and if every man who answers to the name of printer would strive to AT be a credit to his fellows, we would as a class.be moved up several notches in the estimation of the public. There are many existing causes why a man should be proud of being a printer. The principal one we believe is the number of bums, loafers and confirm-e- d A drunkards who lay around saloons and the streets s of the 'PLEASANT time the other third they manage to set up enough straight matter in some M2. ivIWMT.'W third-rat- e printing office to give them money enough to eke out their existTHE NEXT MORNING BRIGHT AND v nu NtW ANf) .... Hv,., .. . . ..,. IIV C.niADI ..,.,.,, la or , fan. ence. (v.wb, That this class of men is My doctor tay It acta pently en the atomaeh. Iler TLL UilnL large we are all well aware, and that "da ,'roin herbe, aud U prepared (erujoaaeuUva. la tea. It is called such a one should claim membership to the same trade or profession as aruraisiaeeniiaiwaanaiiount'aclairo. " one who in every sense a man is cernnnntiret It.aend rouraddrcaa for free aumple. 'monlirtobelirMUiy.thirtlMieit-H-trr- the b.itilseaek I amity Medicine mutts jIiMhij.. tainly a cause for blushing, but, after UAVOU F.WOODWAHI). LiltOY.M. YV all, the printer is not what the world believe him to be through the misrepresentations given him by this class of loafers. They are not prinim ters nor even men, many of them are tsgesr worse than beasts, and a s printer that is a man is not likely to have his name mixed up as belonging to the same class as the one referred to. Let us be proud of the fact that we are members of one of the greatest IS THE BEST. professions on the face of the earth. 9JW iW swim MHinecp.otyWEjirt The printing trade has nmong its members some of the purest, lap,.6' KOH SALE BV OuuaTta-- . brainiest nnd best men of the world and they stand second to none H. A.L0ZEIEK&C0., in point of intellect. Wholesale Doaleri, Died CLEVELAND, O. On the 13th of Febuary, 1893, of Ca340 Superior St. tarrhal fever, little Anna May, the infant daughter of Mr. and Mr. P. A. Moxley, nged eight months nnd thirteen days. The babe had been affected all its life. The boreaved parents have the sympathy of the entire community. He being a merchant and at Shreve and his excellent lady no less worthy of re spect. On the 14th its remains were CURES HOTHINQ BUT PILES, laid to their long rest in the beautiful cemetery at Pleasant Grove BapSURE and CERTAIN OURK tist Church.nfter song and prayer by h known for IBycars as the BEaT W. A. Dalton, REMEDY FOR PILES. Moderator of the CO., .T.MCH. Preened lf llltlUUDVU.TmOBUHD. Church. The last tribute of respect hnd been paid, and the assembled audience repaired with aching hearts to their respective homes. D. H. GonsHY. -- inland printkr. or Tlie l'rlutrr. ii. $. mm & DENTIST. high-minde- tw . two-third- .isfflmmsvj fr'-A- ttMR&ffilAm IJL mm LANE'SMEDIGmE . first-clas- m JS. life j9Ati M" y Agents Wanted! um BUCKEYE ftll Post-mast- OINTMENT: MM f m iWi n Creek Church and examined Rev. T. M. Morton, Centcrtown, preparatory to his ordination to tho ministry. Dr. ruiiMsiiKD i:vi:ky fiiiiiay mousing. J. S. Cclcman conducted tho n, which lasted from 10 o'clock IVIItor unit Proprietor. JO. B. KOMF.KN, n. in., until 4 p. m. Great interest was maiiifectcd throughout tho wholo FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1893. proceedings. A sumptuous dinner was served at the Church to tho great delight of tho large audienco present. OUR NSW DRESS. Owing to tho largo patronngo he- - (Tliis'notico should have appeared lust Blowccl upon the Rm'Uiit.tCAK in tbo week, but was crowded out lor want last fourteen months and to tho fact of space. that wo desire to give our renders a Juihii: Hnzen, of tho District Court still better paper, considerable ox ot Kansas, has decided that the Poppensohns been undergouo in order to ulist Houso in tho Kansas Lcgislnturo has no legal standing, nnd their highbring out the sheet inn neat new handed measures aro rendered null dress. Throughout the year tho sub and void. This also invalidates tho Bcnption list has steadily grown and election of Senator-elec- t Martin. with our iiicrcascd facilities for giv Ci.i:vki,am) has completed his ing tho reading public raoro news for Cabinet and hi view of tho fact that the sanio money ami our determinathe majority ot thoso cliooscn are untion to make tho Rki'Uomcax a modknown outside of their immediate el county paper, wo believe this inneighborhoods.tho inquiry might well ho made, whero have, theso fellows crease will continue. enterprising merchants of tho "been at"nnylov? Tho county have learned that "ads" in Tun Muhlcnburg Democrat uthe tho RnrunucAN reach tho people and name of a bright new paper at Cenhave- been liberal in placing their ortral City.of which Mr.L.J.Oldham, is ders with us. To these wo will say editor. Mr. Oldham is an able young that week after week wo continue to journalist and wo wish for tho new paper much success. reach a larger number of readers, Hartford Republican DO YOUKNOW That the log men arc happy? That Rough River is on n boom? That Sam Cnscbicr has n new clock? That L. 1 Loney has quit (?) smoking? That Johnny Moore has n nice pet on his face? That Muhlcnburg county has four newspapers? Who the overseers on the Heaver Dom road na-That Tom Cnsehicr is the happiest mail in Hartford? That Jim Williams attended church last Sunday night? That there arc several "I'iuky exam-inatio- Skinner's" in town? That the II. L. C. will give n nice entertainment soon? That Kliner Mil'igan is nearly its witty ns Hill Nye? That Uick liosler is trying to learn Tn-ni-Hoom-de-ay- ? Tin: Populists have succeedmeed in electing another Democrat to tho U. S, Senate. Wonder if anybody dium. has been now doubts that the Third Party was Our Job Department only n Democratic ? crowded with work niul wo point with pride to satisfied patrons, everywhere, Tun Harry Wcissinger Tobacco Company's big stock and factory were as an evidence of our good workmandestroyed by fire in Louisville Tuesship and low prices. Loss 8200,000. hundred dollars worth of day. Several Type and New New Machinery, New Gnonnn Kehii, the Cartoonist, for Material has been added already and tho Louisville Commercial is the best a few weeks moro will find still furthi to he fouud West of the Allegheny er improvements in our already well Mountains. fitted Job Rooms. We are prepared A limit Hide to do all kinds of printing on short Speaking of the boat's coining to notice and at reasonable prices. Send Hartford reminds one of an occurrence your orders to us aud bo convinced. of about ten years ago. A boat had m been chartered by Mr. R. I Rowe Gks.P. O.T. Beaukeciard, of Fort and others to bring up a load of Surapter fame, died at his home in freight, and the day the boat was exNew Orleans tho 20th, of heart failure. pected a crowd of young men decided He was born in New Orleans in May, to row down the river a mile or so, 1818 and graduated nt West Point in meet nnd ride back on the boat, there-- 1 1838 and served as a Commissioned by having the honor of being greeted with shouts and and wavofficer in the Mexican war, participating in most of the great battles of that ing handkerchiefs when the boat famous struggle. He was then made reached the lauding. The crowd was Superintendent of the West Point made up as follows: John J. McIIen-ry- , V. P. Maxwell, D. K. Thomas, Millilnry School, which place he reout of the Ci- James II. Anderson, Henry McIIenry, signed at the breaking Bob. Hardwick, Jerry Williams, and vil War, to accept a Commission in Thornt and Ilez Carter, colored. They the Cenfederate Array. Ho was set off in two skiffs expecting to meet aud it was by his order the James II. Letcher in not more that the first gun was fired at Fort than an hour. U was a damp rainy Sumpter, which was the beginning ot morning and the merry boatmen one of the bloodiest wars ever recordp d drove away the dreariness by their Subsequent- jollity. On they went, nine, ten on tho pages of history. ly ho was engaged in most of the im- eleven, twelve o'clock, and no James portant battles, finally surrenderII. Letcher. By this time the boys s ing with Geu. J. E. Johnston, Jto put on a look, but kept Two o'clock Geo. Sherman, nt Greensboro, North on down the river. Carolina. Only one of the great brought no boat, and the negroes Confederate Geuerals i3 now liviug were too drunk to do the rowing. Kirby Smith, of Red They were refused lodging even in a andtbat-i- s River fame. Sinco tho war General barn. All the romance had painfully Beauregard has lived in New Orleans, eked out by this time and it was a stern, rugged reality. On they went where he has been prominently conand darkness fell upon them. The Lotnected with the Louisana State rain had increased toward noon and time Adjutant tery and was at ono continued through the whole evening. General of his State. Ho was a No dinner, no covering. At about great man, a bravo soldier and his Sso o'clock, tired, hungry, vexed, death will be deeply mourned in tho wet nnd freezing the crew arrived at hearts of tho Southern people. Livennore, and still no boat. There side-showfire-worhalf-seriou- thereby continually making tho per a moro valuable advertising pa- Somb Ohio couutv young men who arc attending school elsewhere, this five mouths write back home that their bill of faro is, cow for breakfast, cow for dinner and tooth picks for supper. Another young man at this same school, writes that tho butter is strong enough to walk and old enough to vote. Well, boys, you'll have to grin aud bear it, but hereafter remember that Hurtford has as good a school as can bo fouud anywhere and that those who attend it live on the fat of the laud thnt laud which flows with milk nnd honey, and that while ministering to tho wants of the intellectual man, the man physi cal lives in ease and comfort ami not in grinding torture. While yet tho lamp holds out to burn, etc. Ri:v. Pati: in his sermon at tho Methodist Church Sunday, utterly annihilated the whiskyites argument, that Prohibition doesn't prohibit, and hence we should have open saloons to prevent men's violating tho Inw in tho illegal sale of intoxicants, when ho asked: Because the law against adultery is violated, shall we, for that reason, repeal that law and establish bawdy houses? That is a blow that no saloouist, nor can withstand. Notwithstanding the Prohibition law is grossly violated in our town and county, may God save us from tho curse ot tho open saloon. AuicitT K. Wino, wife murderer, of Louisville, was tried last Friday and sentenced to the pemtcnitiary for lifo, Judge Kiivcs, father of the murdered woman, was given permission by the Court to speak, and he resisted that tho jury bring in a verdict of imprisonment for lifo. Wing's brother, Chatlio Wing, killed a man at Princeton, several years" ago, for which ho received u fifteen years scutence, which ho is now serving. He is a lawyer, aad it is said that ho manifested quite an ititerest in his Bi other's trial, O.v last Thursday week n presby- tery of b!x members met at Walton's and of course a hotel was out of thequestion. The boys knew no one in the town and their case was growing desperate, when they found that gentleman, Col. W. II. Moore, who endorsed a check for James Anderson for $10 and the boys put up for the night. Kverybody knew that the friends at Hartford would be very they proceeded to write home. Kills Thomas wrote to his wife; Jerry Williams wrote to his brother: James Anderson to his folks; Henry and John McIIenry to Mrs. McHcnry; Hob Hardwick to his mother, and when it came Willie Maxwell's time he said: "Nobody cares enough for me to expect a letter." Next morning the James II. Letch er steamed majestically up (Jreen River nnd into Rough and absolutely refused to take the boys on board. Imagine, if you will, their predicament. Forty miles from home with two skiffs to pull against a strong, rapid current. Despair settled over them like a pall, when Mr. Rowe, who was on board, told the Captain he must take the boys anyway and so they rowed out aud were pulled over the side of the boat, and were soon moving homeward. Kverything went well, but slowly, until late in the evening in running under n limb one of the smoke-stack- s was torn down and this occasioned the loss of an hour or so. Hark overtook them at the mouth of Muddy, two miles below town, aud the boat tied up till morning. So our heroes joined by W. II. Moore, set oft" to come to town by way of the back water up the Hartford road. Soon they found the water had fallen so that they must walk, wade and push their shifts. Out into the mud and water they stepped, these seekers of empty honors, aud so proceeded on their way, but not rejoicing. Mr. Moore had sore feet nnd had to don a pair of slippers when he left the James II. Letcher, and when he stepped, though nimbly, in the mud, many times they stuck fast and had to be t. About ten o'clock that night this crowd of adventurers! arrived in the town they had left two days be-- , fore,' then and free, now and undone. crowd, big-heartfish-edoulight-hearted was only $3 in the That "did" Wcsterfield is the only (?) ladies man in town? That the Adelphian entertainment was a grand success? That Tom Casebier surprised all of his friends last Sunday? That Dr. Cole preached n good sermon Wednesday night? What was the matter with Marshal Hilly Thomas at Owensboro? That J. R. Williams visited relatives (?) here last Saturday night? That a young fellow in Owensboro has gone crazy about his girl? That the insurance companies are thinking of forming a trust? That the Grand Jury will give the Iiliud Tiger a chase soon? That for spinning yarns, Ab Yeiser is without an equal in the town? That Hen Gibson's comic declamation was good last Friday night? That the printer's name for the exclamation point is "skcer mark?" That Hartford College has a student whose name is Green Hlack Slack? That the R. I?. C.'s gave a nice entertainment last Friday afternoon? That J. R. McAfee received mote valentines than anybody in town? That the Sunday Schools of Ilatt-for- d arc in a nourishing condition? That Krnest Tracy has more sweethearts than any other boy in town? That Hartford College has a gentlemanly set of young men this term? That Judge Morton washed Gabe Likens face with snow the other day? That J. S. R. Wedding is thinking seriously on the subject of matrimony? That John Moore is a physical wreck froiulickingColumbian stamps? That the "boys" will have to take their visits next week? Grand Jury time. s That the R. K. C.'s say the are not "in it," not even near it. That religion, morality and Blind Tigers will not inhabit the same territory? That Harry Roberts writes to a friend here that he would like to visit Hartford? That John Ienry Belt Carson was the happiest man in town last Sunday afternoon? That John Vaught's face has an elongated appearance since his girl left town? That Rev. Cole preached a scientific sermon at the Methodist Church Sunday night? That there are needed improvements being done to the plank walks of Hartford? That Robert I'mmctt Lee Simmer-nia- ii has threatened to uhipthe editor of this column? That the streets of Hartford are, have been, and will continue to be, in n bad condition? That the beautiful weather last Sunday caused our young people to go out strolling? Add-phian1 a colored man in Peyton Wright's saloon this morning who is believed to be Joe Gray, the negro who was pardoned out of the penitentiary a short while ago, and returned to his home in Hieckciiiidgc county, where he soon turned himself loose again. In his last rampage he cut his wife very seriously nnd at once skipped out. The county offered a tcward of 5250 for Gray's capture, but he has eluded the officers since his disappearance. Mr. Pate had heard of Gray last at Horse Branch, in Ohio county, and when he saw the, man whom he this morning lie was not sure it was Gray. He addressed the man calling him Joe Gray, and the negro answered and told Mr. Pate where he had been keeping himself for the past month. After the negro was put under nrrest, however, he denied that his name was Gray.nnd said he worked for Capt. Jlaker at the Woolen Mills. Mr. Pate has wired for Gray's father-in-lato come down from Ilreckcnridgc county, nrd until he comes the identifieativi will net Le complete. OWUNSIIOKO MKSSItNV.HU. Mr. !. S. Grasty, of Lexington, has bought an interest in the Hawcsville Plaindcaler, and will join Col. Jeff Stcrrett in the conduct of his p.tper. Mr. Grasty is n brother of Thos. P. Grasty, aud grew up in a ncwsp.ii er ofiice. Deputy l. S. Marshal Pate arrived in the city Sunday with two alleged violators of the internal tcvcnitclnws. One wis Hen Aw try, of Rosine, and the other was John Uni.d, an old colored barber, of Heaver Dam. They will answer nt the June tciin of the court. A young man named Waller Mathis, said to be weak in his upper storv, was being looked for last night. His parents have been keeping a watch on him for some time, but ho eluded them aud came down town. He was seen about the opera house, but when search was made for him he could not be fouud. He was until recently an employe at the wagon works, but his actions became so queer be had to be discharged. Disappointment in love is said to have unbalanced his mind. He is entirely harmless, but parents fear he will probably have him tried on a writ for lunacy and have him sent to the asylum. itmllorcl 4'lnli. The aboe named dub has recently been organized in Hartford, with the following members: J. W. L tie, President; G. 11. Likens, Secretary: Dr. 15. B. Pcndlct jii, Treasurer, J. J. McIIenry, H. P. Taj lor, S. A.Anderson, J. II. "Williams. Dr. J. 15. Pendleton, 11. D. Riugo, J. 15. Rove, and it promises to be a literary treat. The club proposes to give a series of entertainments during the year. The fir.st will be given Monday evening, March 13, at which time Mr. Frederick I). I.osey will lecture at the Court House. Mr. l.osey is a forcible speaker and we predict for him a crowded house. The H.iwling Gieen Courier has the following to say about him: "The dramatic reading of Mr. Frederick 1). Loscj-- , on Friday night proul to be one o'f the most interesting and enjoyable features of our lecture course. Mr. I.osey's selections were in excellent taste and his rendering of them showed him to bo a skilled elocutionist and an actor of His clowning merit unusual ability is the absence of those affectations of voice nnd manner that generally mark the professional reader. Wheneverfpa-thetic- , humorous or sublime, he is alI lis recital of the ways natural. "Chariot Race" from "Hen II111" was grand, his reading of the "Fo ir Winds" exquisite, and the mere recollection of his humorous pieces will cause smiles and laughter for daj'S to come." 15d Feb. 20. Rev. J. S. Taylor, of Whitesville, was visiting lelativcs in this vicinity a few days since. P. M. Taylor is on the sick list at this writing. 11. W. Taylor attended n Masonic meeting nt Whitesville last Saturday. C. J. Rhoads, our enterprising merchant, made a Hying trip to Owensboro last week. Charlie Moselcy, of Pleasant Ridge, visited the family of 15. P. Moseley Sunday, the 12th. Rev. D. 15. Yeiser filled his regular appointment at Hell's Run 011 Saturday, the 11 111 ; hut being engaged in a series of meetings near his home he was released from his appointment on Sunday. Died, at her home near Laflbon, Daviess county, Feb. 15th, Mrs. G. Christian. Her remains were interred in the Hell's Run Cemetery the Kith. She leaves several children and a host of friends to mount her loss. Basil Wcsterfield has returned from nit extended trip to Marion county, where he had gone to be present at the marriage of some of his relatives. He was accompanied by Georgia Ilickej', of Adnbutg. They report nu ciijoj'able time. Quite a number of exchanges in real estate have occutted in this vicinity during the last few months, and as a result of this we lose many ofour worthy ciliens, but we welcome the ones who fill their places. Aitioutig them are the following: J. C. Coomes to J. M. Ralph, S. F. to Jeffrey Bros., J. T. Taylor to Jesse W. Taylor. T. 15. Yatcs'has also removed from our midst to the CranePond neighborhood, whetehewill locate on the f.uin of A. F. Yates. Don J van. ItllllUll Hit IT I.IH'llS. The following letter was received ui'.sti:ttrii:i,i. Statement of the Condition OP Till: I TJVVS.. l II .unlH-itm.- J.h.S r;;:;" in up ! imiIU-ii nnr.i'f I I lit! U UlltQJl tinAt - . 1 n 1 nrn rl! H t t iiiIiiiIiiMitIiir iioiiioii ss-nic- lf. . nfl-'-- HmIups" " 1 i U I III n l.i 'r H.c I.lll-- l Mjr til . . F S . lliislii.s-.lUll 1. VMJ-- ' .Inn- - IMll.nl. H ll,.sll.iWyl.in.ilW .,,,..,.. ,,, Kill i.,i-- lMlnll.,-- t ilw 1..1. nit, I ill (V. llni-vi-- r .. II .Hi . lll . INTII II III U I. ...,.,. III".. iii.l " .,.,Mlimwl- rryi-4'v- i.iIk. 'Hi It Hills Heal estate Hoiid 870,1)1 1.32 il.ODO.OO .. . . . 1 Willi tho nHini iini-- liiipn'Rii-itnlvtiin'MiiiMTliiiP''""llilllr) fur tho ifivl uiro lm rurnitur,' and llxturrt. 1,000.00 1,1! 11.07 t !. 1 nnd Hank Stock Debts in suit Cash on h.m,i Cnsh in 4rt Krht-oil- . "ur' l(iiiirnpKtilt In "I p.irli. iiliimfin-- . VMri MtliMiOI.lt-KNHI'IH'II'' Imiik ' ts H.H'I! Mlul 'iikmii-mil- l, l'k .!. Ohlii, ' '.uar l'...ukB .... 17 7 17,'JS'HIS ?HW,:hi:i.. SISEIIEI!: I MAIillilTII'X Capital stock ..'. CM.OOO. I)ep(t-i-: 7'2, IMI. il-- . DlVidci np-iis I, Ml. I. Due o'hur Di'ftmit nnd Undivided Ivxeluiii'.'e.. I'mlits I,.i II;. ). SIOS.H!)-- A now di:len I of $1 00 per f'uiio ijuc and payable on domund. xr. ri. 1C. Cox, l'ltr-ipi Karris Theater, LOUISVILLE, KV. Mr. in t!.o 1'. Ilai-ris FA ST LINE jSiJi-.tii Junit's D"iin, M'u The rnly in It. I), llriitou and r and I'liqx. idcruiy tmill i ncau-- i ilint-cluv ci'y The only Tiiciur plnin-.- ' attraction-- ' al p,qiular prices. Sittmt"d mi Wi"t iile ol lih between Wnlnnt ami (Jnen. l'ricw f)0c, 'Jfie, loonml luV. vsm DAILY tivt-.- , CASEBIER'S 'BUS MKKIVs ALI j . 11 irn, I.- - Ilrwl HASSIS Oppo;t.' & REED, t'lovtrport HAi.Mlhtts. nnil near S H'Mol, Clovorport, Kr. oisrss :e:e.io:e3 ALL. TO bj'oueof our prominent citizens garding the Rough River Locks: re- .It Ma mmm nmm f. r . stone can lie delivered for the masonry. At the best, only a part of the river wall can be built with the money now available. "I have no hesitation in telling you, that this commencing work before funds have been provide-'- sufficient to complete the Lock and Dam, is against my better judgment, and I am only doing it because the people of the locality practically will be satisfied with nothing else." With money enough to finish, the work can lie dupe in one season, and for alxnit i; or 20 per cent, leso than the cost by the present system. "Should the prices for stone be exorbitant it tuny In.-- necessary to defer work to a later period, when a larger qtmtititj' of stone can be purchased, and consequently lower prices can Respectfully, D. W. I.ockwooI), Major of Fngineer, I". S. A. , Cincinnati, O., Feb. 17, 1893. ) "It is the intention to commence the construction of the Rough River Locks this season, and proceed with it as far as the funds will warrant: this, however, will depend in a gteat measure upon the prices at which U. S. 15xc.in'i:i;u Op.pici:, ) CrsTttM Ilorsr. i Nixsllnx a or rlilMrt n tint vnnt MIMInj up, hntilil IaI !'"0'.vr.t.i 8 ntnv nrTTr:its.llUUi--Uot- i .'UUlUi, It ll Hrtsitlt . lak. All ilm..ikKplt. un t Pl(oo-(-: A I.IK K. sp&m Gull on ATTKYPION Public. T. t' Rihi.e, err a.t? IYp" I '. it. JE3 :m::s3 IIm. I'Rtliuir .n'oi' Given to tii?. Traveling Ot tho Condition of tho D'" "i Ty n IfOflCIT u it I )nni in (or liaulirg; horse, wagons and MM S?.72:l.-H.tKW.OO A good saddle! Spring IhoCloso of Business D;c.mbar01,iC32. KIUOUHCK. teams, F.isy rides to 15. Dam, Buggy horses and N'.ite. and Hills lfenl Kstrttc Ktirnituro and Ca?li on Hauk-i llanit ami Fixture.. 1,500.00 2(i,0:il.'J2 in other harness. In (act you can got Kverytl'inglv and J - prompt . i 1 SI VO . rsi,'2ri.7i LIAHILITIKS. Capital Stock Unserve S25,00').00 1 - iMI.'U I Ki "lit loW ill , 011 CCS. Monroe, one of Hortou'S most prosperous colored citirens, called to see us'Saturday, Smiilii.v Schools mid 4'linrrlir-v-. could not break Hardin Baird's watch chain if he had tried? That Lawyer. II. I Taylor, is all smiles over his new namesake, Hairy Taylor Johnson. That two St.Louis girls have fallen desperately in love with each other and refuse to be separated? That there is a certain school boy in town spending more money for cigars than his boaid costs him? That Owensboro has a seventeen-year-ol- d nuTisr. boy who weighs two bun-dre- d J. II. Wood, of Prof. O. M. Shulti's and ninety-eigh- t class, responded with nu appropriate pounds? select reading. That when the new hoop-skirt- s Miss I5mnia Fair, of the young lastrike the town, livery men will have-to increase their capacity for hauling dies' class, responds next Sunday. passengers? "'Tis a very good world we live in; to lend or to spend or to give in. But First-clas- s to beg or to borrow or to get one's own, 'tis the very worst world that ever was known?" That Charley Mitchell, the I'nglish us. pugilist, got his first knockout nt New York Sunday night with an empty beer bottle in the hands of an irate saloouist? & chain-breake- That the r mi:thoi)1st. Opening Services ly Superintendent. Opening Hymn, No. S57. Prayer bj' pastor, Rev. J5. 15. Pate. Hon. John J. McIIenry heatd Miss Isabclle McIIcnry's class in her absence. Officers and teachers present, 12; officers present, y, scholars present, 85; absent, 24; total number of persons present, 97. Cash on baud, $18.93: collections, 8Cts.; total, $19,80, Dr. Cole, of Owonsboio, was present nnd gave a very interesting talk to the school. 4'ii:rimo. The Hon. John P. Morton, Judge of the Ohio County Court. Ins appointed as Commissioners of Ohio count Dr. J. 15. Pendleton. Hon. Alvis Tichenor and Jas. F. Carson. Ksq., to receive and forward to Chicago for exhibition in the Kentucky Department any articles or products of the county, Works of entrusted to their care. art, products of the chisel, brush or needle, wood carving, in short, all works of industry that arc worthy, either of the mind or hand, may add The to the interest of our exhibit. natural resources of our county in mineral, stone and timber are equal if not superior to those of jitty county in State or any other State. The citizens of Ohio county are urgently and earnestly solicited to contribute to the interest of this grand exhibit and to the advancement of the material prosperity of our county by giving to the world a knowledge of our mines of wealth and the seductive fields we have for enterprise and industry. Wheat, oats and grass seed, rye, buck-wheand barlcj must be put All up in sacks of domestic cotton. grains require one peck, except corn, which requires twenty ears, partly Clover, flax, vcgitnble and shucked. all kinds of grains in little bag 4, of Specimens of gallon each. f iron or other ores, coal, stone, or any mineral will be of interest, potters or r one-halfire-cla- ri.. w.riiP-tiiiiii.itiii- iii i:iitiiiiiiu nt Surplus Fund Duo other Hanks Deports .... lu.uos.niNiee rms lo" -." Ajri().()U IDJ.iCt AS WO . M 1 . Wll VS .. hire Cor fVoJcrihol lhi January :id, IBS. si i.- -i and sworn to hef.ue me i nay or night HOlll 1 hhkijiv t.wi.ok, d. c. o. c. In Milunittine; tlda ne instate ha Mrndilv fjrnwii that our each mouth mucc our ipenini;, and by tho mo,t cnrefuUalehtulneM uu.l of a strict observance oft ho the moat M.t.M.ivativ.. Uat.kimj. l hope not only to extend our ncipiaiuN mice, lmt to p'ove ouwlve worthy the confidonco that is heing solihcial- ly rcpo.H'd in u. We nte liero to ncconiinoilate tho he;? tudcr XvOUgll :, . Ull(l pOOl', all circum- !' , , ' SiaiH'OS. p.,., ... .1 l i g'l 0(1 rOJlUS ., ' p.. . ,.,,,, VM ' ; it till) SlllllC 'fj?,, , T ;,,,, 11W1 IjIIIL Vi L'ul(l . " dllll IOl f.Tiiiov tllcllgO P linn iriesyn.au liuti in. no e (il ifiuu, en-IIIP.-W- tiiiit i;i-he cxtonueil fafi-l- , i;iiruiv.-"- , i(rriiwt e)&"t, to them, he mcri- - ficed for friendship or to . Joii.v II. U.viiNiy, Cashier. f sn!P7PQ Ujk&dlfitlK ,ai,,h..H. S BOilluW, U DllQ'T'nW PIVTy AUIjiMo Wo want ono iu ovory townlW? I tolmndlo tho liA J jliillO e. 1 J ACK FROST A FREEZER. Scientific Macliinc made on n .Scientific Priu-rlplSave their cost a docn times a j car, It is A child can operate it. not miissy or sloppy. Sc'l.-- i at hi:ht. for prices aud discounts. Send 29 Murray St., NJiW YORK. IIAVB 10.3 0ai3Ai.I m BiargnirncTaiTrfn 30 SECONDS tl mKJamaemwcia Apple Trees. ' Put label, name and your locality ou the packages you may contribute. Leave the article at the store of Car-so- u & Co. where they will be eared for and forwarded at the expc-.ir.Whatever is of the Fair Committee. to be done must be done quickly ns there is but n short time left for preparations and arrangements. c 7AAMER8! Tho undorsigned takes pleasure in to the farmers of this country that ho is doing al kinds of un-nouncii- ig' up pic trees nt the Braver Dam iVursory, for 10c a piece. Call on Respectfully, Chick Co. .Muster t'diimilssiiincr'M Xolli-i- - .GENERAL BLACKSMLTIUNGk., For the people, at fair and reasonable prices. Ho confidently refers to his work at this place for J)liappiintmtnt felt nt tho prematura decline of American women. Habits of lifo havo much to tlo with prevailing conditions. Their correction will improve coming generations, nnd correetivo medicines have Just as much to do with tho, present. Dr, rentier's Kldnoy nnd Buekncho Cure is n posltlva npecifia In nil kidney gravel, stono in bluddur, complaint.1;, femnlo weakness and irregularities, moth on face, etc., Improves appetlto and digestion, corrects and restores to normal notion nil organs of tho body Also cures nnd purillcs tho blood. headache, backache, dropsj-- , rheumatism, skin diseases, drowsiness, 'sleeplessness, dullness, and brings frosltno-nnd bloom to tbo clieolc, elasticity to the stop nnd cheerfulness and contentment to tbo mind. If satisfaction not given money refunded. Costs nothing to try it. Take homo u bottle Is to-da- Ial's- - fotiuly, OWItNSIItJUU I.VOl'IItKK, Rus-sellvil- ( Mr. R. I I. Miller returned from to-da- Dr. J. Williams, of this city, will probably open a dental office in in the near future. Mr. William Thomas, the very city marshal of Hartford, and a dycl Democrat, is in the city Mr. Thomas wants to be appointed a Deputy U. S. Mnrshnl under the new administration, and his friends think he will not be Mad-isonvil- le cfli-cieto-dadisap-pointe- Ohio Ciucuit Cornr. Hiram Smith ct al., Plaintiff, against Lucy Rpss et al, Defendant. All persons having claims against the estate of Dennis F. Ross, deccap- cd, are hereby notified to present the same properlj sworn to the un- dersigned Master Commissioner, in his office in Hartford, Ky., on or March i, 1893, or they will be forever barred. Witnessed nij' signature, this February 22, 1893. be-fo- fi Twrnrz1 TEARS As a testimonial of his skill and honesty. ' j He is also dealer in the best brands of Chil'cd and Stce? Plows, Corn Brills, Owensboro Wagons, Wheat Drills, Deering Machines, BJuggies and Farming Implements generally. Yours truly, Deputy U. S. Marshal Tate arrested John P. IIakkktt, L I, iUS Master Coiuuiisser Ohio Circuit Court. m: Dam. tiT Ailrlplilmi-t- ' i:.il orlitl.iiiip.il. As It was previously announced, 011 Kraut at Stevens & Collins, last Friday evening In College Hall, Sam Riley, Huford, wns in town we had the pleasure of attending, llicad nt Stevens & Collins. yesterday. once more, one of the very intci est-in- g Willie Chlnn, Smalllioiise, called to Oct the best plow nt Willinms llros. entertainments , of the Adelphlau sec us Saturday. Clonks nt cost nt Knhn's Clothing Notwithstanding Literary Society. Seth Riley Daviess county, was in House. the dark, cloudy nnd windy night n town Wednesday, large crowd gathered to hear the Consetsnt cost nt Knhn's Clothing e Col. J. S. R. Wedding went to young men! nnd quite well were they Sunday, returning Monday. House. rewarded for their presence, as the 11. D. Rlngo,. accompanied by his I'or fresh groceries go to the Red went to Inilsvillc Wednesday. entertainment was one of the best mother, Front. ever given. Miss Floy Duke, Sulphur Spring, The best bargains at Knhn's ClothPromptly at seven o'clock, Presivisited Miss Annie Ilean last Sunday. ing House. dent Tracy, In his stately and digniJohn Shown, Jesse and Felix ShavGet your blacksmith work at Will- er, Ilcda, called In to see us Wednes fied manner, called the house to order nnd after prayer by Rev. J. R. day. iams Hi os. G. I). Wcsterfield and J. I). Chap-ma- n McAfee, Silns Griffin read n good esDry goods at cost at Kahn's Clothwent to Pleasant Ridge Wednes- say on Literature. The original Solo ing House. day. by L. R. Harnett, in which he gave Go to tlie Hetl Front to get bargains Lou Shown, Hedn, went to Glenn-vill- e to all, especially the R. 13. C's, n last Saturday, returning Wednes hearty welcome, was enjoyed by ev In the grocery line. day. eryone. Messenger No. 1 was then Fresh Fruits and Candies, at StevRev. J. S. McDaniel went to Lewi's-poread by R. Nelson and proved to be ens & Collins. Owensboro Messenyesterday. a bright, newsy paper. The Comic ger. Ladies best shoes at Kahn's ClothDeclamation, impersonating a negro ing House nt cost. Miss Mary Wedding, Horton, who preacher, by II. C. Gibson was good, has been ill for some time, is convaand kept the house In nn uproar of lle.st plow made no mistake about lescent. laughter. J. II. Wood's view of it, at Williams llros. J. W. Ford, Hartford, Ky., has been Thanatopsis was very interesting, Kvansvillc The newest style of clothing at In the city this week. indeed. The Past.Prcscnt and FuStandard. Kahn's Clothing House. 13. C's was then disCol. S. R. Dent, Leitchlield, the ture of the R. Stevens & Collins pays the high-c- t popular Insurance man, was In town cussed in nn nble manner by R. Posprice for your produce. ter. The Queries by C. McLean and this week. Rev. Robert Crowe nnd Miss Sallle II. Pruden was listened to with interLadies and misses kid gloves at v Klein visited friends in Louisville est. Then came the Kahn's Clothing House. this week. of U. C. Harnett, in which he cave nn Jeans pants at 85c, worth 51.25. Miss Ciuderilln Whittiughill, of interesting account of his trials and nt Knhn's Clothing House. Rosine, visited Mrs. Chas. Sullengcr j0ys of life. The Next Great l'rob- lis week. jcms 0f jccncC( was the subject of an Go to the Red Front for apples, R. P. Miller. Owensboro. visited I nrntlmi W n M siml in wi.iM. t. ,,. oranges and confectioneries. it::..i. iu.iii.-i- i .4....1.... . his father, i.iij.m Ati.i.... viaumu., , ... .1-' ,- great Inven Go to the Red Front for anything and Sunday. tions that have been madestill greater you want in the grocery line. I. M. Hennett and W. N. Stevens ones can yet be made, nnd quite well left White receives a big shipment of fleet yesterday for Kvansville, with a did he sustain his point. Last was of logs. fresh groceries on the Uncle Iluck. Fred Haruch, the jolliest of drum- Messenger, No. 2,by S. A. Anderson, Clarks O. N. T. spool cotton, 6 for mers, dropped in on us Monday, but which was full of bright humorous pieces. His plan of getting a crowd is gone again. 25cts, at Kahn's Clothing House. L. Felix, County Attorney, spent out to hear him was quite unique and !. Table linen, towels, crash, napkins the first of the week in Hardinsburg proved successful, indeed. The muat cost at Kahn's Clothing House. on legal business. sic dispersed throughout the exercises A ticket with every $1 purchase at Hud Yeiscr, Pleasant Kidsc. spent was enjoyed very much. Miss Nail Sunday night in town, the guest of assisted the young men with their A. D. White's. A clock for ten tickhis father's family. ets. music. This, the first entertain-inen- t Will P. Scott, the clever clothing of the season by the Adclphlans, Children's suits, boys' suits, men's drummer, after taking several orders was enjoyed so much that everyone suits, all new, nt Kahn's Clothing from our boys, left Saturday. left wishing that they would enterHouse. Miss Ora Harnett and Master Dar-re- ll tain oftener. So we hope to hear Sullengcr are visiting the family Just received the newest style of from them again soon. Prince Albert Suits nt Kahn's Cloth- of Mrs. Whittinghill, Rosine. "Dock" Davis, Heda, and O. R, ing House. An old Citizen one. Tinsley. of the Washington uighbor-ho- o Judge I. II. Luce, one of Hartford's 1, made us a call yesterday. Rough River is in fine rafting oldest citizens, died at at his home condition and a great many logs have 15. K. Shult, Heaver Dam, was in passed this week. the citv Wednesday, en route to Rus- here Monday evening at 3 o'clock; Revs. 13. 13. Pate and G. J. Bean consell ville. Central City Herald. Horn To the wife of D. L. Johnson, ducted funeral exercises at 12 o'clock Miss Clara Denton, who has been on the 17th inst, a fine boy Harry attending school here, left for her Tuesday, nfter which he was laid to Taylor Johnson. home in Robards, Ky., last Friday. rest in the Milton Taylor grave-yar- d II. C. Shaver, one of the best far- in the presence of a number of friends. Fmbroideries, edgings and lace at He came here from Indiana when cost; cohie and see them at Kahn's mers of the Shiukle Chapel neighborhood, inade us a pleasant call Wednes- quite a young man and married Miss Clothing House. day. Sallie Duke, who lived In the ConIf you want the best and most subS. W. Anderson, a former citien of cord neighborhood and who has bpen stantial plow that ever turned the soil this place, but now one of Owensbo-ro'- s dead several years. He was at one foremost business men, was in of Ohio county go to Williams Bros. time Police Judge of Hartford and was town this week. known as an honest, upright citizen When Carson & Co. are fully estabFord, Misses Sallic Cate nnd lished in their new quarters they will who have been vissiting Jessie and it is with a feeling of sadness that in Central have one of the largest houses in the City during the past week, returned we chronicle his death. home Wednesday. The county. were, James A. Thomas, W. B. .Render, James P. Gum Hoots, Rough River is falling. Carson, 13. T. Williams, J. S. Glenn Heavy Hoots, and J. 13. Bean. The exhibition given by Prof. W. Heavy Shoes, II. Barnes nt the close of his school at Kahn's Clothing House. Ciutpblpr-t'iiHcblcin the Alexander District last SaturCome and see our new clerk, I Our genial young friend, Tom day night was well attended and the know you will like him, he is a dry pieces were well presented, and the Casebier.of this place, and MissCesna goods man of experience at Kahn's 'occasion would have been a success Casebler, of Muhlenburg county, were Clothing House. in every particular had not the floor quietly married last Sunday morning Hig Muddy Creek neighborhood in given way in the midst of the exercises, at the home of the bride's mother, Rutler county is suffering an epidemic which caused some commotion and Mrs. Martha Casebler. They left imOut of ten a considerable excitement, but fortu- mediately after the ceremony for this ofcerebro meningitis. place where they have since been cases seven have been fatal. nately nobody was hurt. . m staying. Mr. Casebler, who is with Watch for the Iloat and remember The Bazaar is no more. Yesterday his father in the livery business here, that Haird & Ashley will have a new Hamilton, Collins & Co., proprie- is a quiet, industrious young man and supply of flour aboard, and will sell tors of Anderson's Baaar, one of has many friends, while his bride is the most popular firms in the Green cheap. Call on them for flour. it River country, sold their entire stock one of Muhlenburg county's most estiCall on A. D. White for groceries and the firm has dissolycd.This severs mable young ladies, who has many business connecMr.S.W. of all kinds, and remember that yon tion with Anderson's a connection that friends In the community in which our town, get a ticket with every $1 purchase, reaches back for more than a docn she lived. We wish them much hapand ten tickets entitle you to a clock. years, through continuous prosperity. piness, which they so richly merit. This, nlso, is an end of the popular Let the schools of the county now and famous name of Sara & Me asNotice. in session, including both Common, sumed by Misses Gibson & Collins, Persons attending Circuit Courtand when they took the management sevSelect and High schools and Colleges, eral years ago, and continued by the public in general, will find it to prepare nn exhibit of their work for the new firm of Hamilton Collins & their interest to stop nt the Hnrtford the World's Fair. Next week's Riii'UH-MCA- Co. House. Good board, comfortable will contain further suggestions beds and reasonable charges. ClONlUC OUt. but in the mean time let the work go F. M. WlvSTHRl'IKLD. Prop. On the account of my health I have on. decided to quit the Millinery business and for the next 60 days, I will offer R. E. V. Horlety. Col. S. H. Dent, representing the my entire line of goods, consisting of With all splendor nnd eloquence the great U. S. Life Insurance Compa- everything kept in a business of this theAdcl-pliiau- s ny, is in the county this week set- kind nt cost, or I will sell it ns n R. 13. C. Society entertained whole. Any one desiring to engage last Friday afternoon. They Of all the tling some death claims. In n profitnble business, of this kind, companies doing business in this will do well to call and examine my had a well selected program, and each part of the state, none is so popular stock. No old goods, all salable. member on duty responded In an apThanking the people who have lib- propriate manner, thoroughly discusand none is so deserving as the insurance seek erally patronized me, I am Resp'y, sing her subject, which showed that If you need Mrs. Alick Barnard. the young ladies are in earnest iu 110 farther. Heave Dam, Ky. their work. The first on program Mr. J. D. Fdmonson, of Smithfield, nnrllii-nntlH- . was Miss Mary Miller with a DeclaHenry county, has taken a position W. II. Martin, Horton, and Miss mation, the rendition of which was in the Popular Clothing House of M. Fronie Davis, of this city, were mar- good. An 13ssay by Miss Shultz was M. Kahu. He is a polite, polished ried lastThursday night. May suchighly enjoyed and clearly showed cess and happiness be theirs. gentleman and an excellent business . that she had given much thought to man, having had several years exper.11i.rrn.KO I.lrfiiip. her subject. Miss Sue Yeiscr read a ience in his former home. He will be Wm. J. Ralph to Mrs. Martha J. beautiful description of her recent vis-I- t pleased to have the trading public Crowe. Select to the Adelpliian Society. W. II. Martin to Miss Frona Davis. call on him at his new place. Reading by Miss Bessie Maddox was Morris Greer to Miss Martha Greer. well read. My Valentine by Miss Eva On last Wednesday morning it was I.Utori.oltprtt Pirtle was clearly defined and showed our good pleasure to spend a shorttimc Remaining in the Hartford how one's hopes arc blighted when exwith the Heaver Dam High School which if not called for in thirty days pecting a valentine and disappointed. and we were more than pleased with will be sent to the dead letter office. Haird, Mrs. Lee Bryant, Miss 1511a Cox came next with Comwhat was seen and heard. The school Mrs. Kllen Haird, Dr. Wm. Brown, Brans ic Reading which was very laughable. is in a flourishing condition. More Sue Prof. C. W. Crow, Angcline Coak, Miss Lula Johnson had an Essay, and than twenty boarding students nre in Duke, Adeline 15. Duke, Milton Ford, read the same In a clear and distinct attendance and the whole school, both Mrs. Mary Fulkerson, Mrs. M. Ison, voice thoroughly demonstrating the 13d James, Buck Mitchell, John MonInteachers and pupils arc alive with fact that she had given her subject roe, Charlotte Martin, C. A. North-uiterest, Delany H. Sanders, Mary Sharp, careful attention. Mrs. Simmons Phil Taylor, Mrs. recited a beautiful piece. InstrumenOn last Saturday night, the large John P. Smith, Lucy A. Talley, Mrs. J. Tlchenor, 2, barn of Theodorlc Sullivan, living Fannie Mills. Persons calling for tal Solo by Miss Ida Duke was good. between Island and Livcnnorc, M- the above letters will please bay they Biography of J. W. Lytle Miss Parrls Pirtle was very good, taking up clean county, was consumed by lire. saw them advertised. Wm. Mim.ioan, P. M. Lytle's life from the time he left the Ten horses were In the barn at the time, and only one was saved, the farm nnd began teaching in the Col- Numliiy Nrhnol Union. lezc. she irave a good description of other nine perishing in the flames. The County S. S. Union will be Seven head of steers, belonging to held at Heaver Dam May 6. We wish same. Last, but not least, came Miss Snyder & Frapple, Llvcrmore, were to call the attention of all Sunday Ida Duke with the R. 13. C. Herald, burned, also wagons, buggies, farm-lu- g School workers to our County Union, which was full of bright spicy sayings. nnd nsk them to take part with us in Implements nnd about 700 bush- the exercises. A band" of earnest It Is a ruling of this Society that each els of corn, Mr. Sullivan Is a pros- workers united by one common bond member shall contribute to the Herperous young man, and the blow falls of sympathy, drawn together by one ald, consequently it was good. The heavily upon him. The fire is thought philanthropic desire, cannot fail to Ixj R. 15. C. Society Is composed of the benefitted by our Union. A full to have been kindled bynn incendiary nroirnmi will be nubllshed nt nn earlv young ladles of the College and town, and Is a galaxy of female beauty and as several threats have been made to . tjntc In our county papers. Intelligence. L. R. Barxktt, Pies. that effect in the last few months. &? White for groceries. PERSONAL BEAVER MM H SCHOOL Fill iBsiAffPWfl IBIHHMHIMbJ si laehera1 fractkal Destitute. HBnr Ro-sin- SPRING SESSION OPENS JAN. 3193. TUITION FOR TERM OF TEN WEEKS. In In In In j nf i Washington' Birthday Pnninry Department Intermediate Department High School Department Collegiate Department Board iu private families irom Will be appropriately observed in Hartford tliis year by Fair recJiros. & Co., the cvery-read- y ognizers of merit. PATRON , 83.75 5.00 0.25 7.50 2.00 to 82.25 per week. ' rt Wo have Courses of Study to suit all ami very decidedly guaranteo satisfaction to all earnest students. Send lor circulars for further information, E. It. KAY, President; DOHA E. GIBSON, Vico Prea. SAINT TRUTH-TELLER- S Will Gaze Bcnigmmtly upon the Plainly Marked Goods and Wiii declare Ho Never Saw Such Bargains Auto-niojrranh- In Dress Suits, In Business Suits, In Woolens In Woolens, I ' J In Numerous Styles of Furnishings. we arc offering every In Underwear and Shirts, , t .....:... amzzs m-w- MB: vFJiUm . 1H' ? hT yard of Dress Goods at cost. Many of them arc handsome patterns and at the r rices they are going is a sacrifice. In Blankets, HeavyCasimere, Comforts, weight Clothing, Overcoats, Underwear, Cloaks and many other goods are going at ridiculously low figures. Visit us at once. Must have room for our large Want your spring purchase. Eggs and Feathers. N. B. These nriccs are made to close Who would have thought it WELL! WELL! ! Thought what? That DANE. Improved Chilled Plows, The very Best Plow made. Also Agent for McCormick Mowing Machines a ndHayrakes, Olds Wagons. All of which are the best. ' TRACY has the AGENCY for the ACME HARROW, the best on earth, for OHIO and BUTLER Counties. He also has the But Heavy Wear. Weights arc always handy to have. out the Heavier him. You will do welt to call on Res'y, FAIR BROS. iLJ s?fO Ail & CO., Props., DAN F. TRACY. KY. HARTFORD, Hartford Temple of Fashion. Clothing to plen.se anyone, nt l'air llros. & Co. Don't fail to look through llros, & Co'.s Clothing, when in Hartford. pall-beare- r. must make See l:air llros. & Co's Suits, for can't lie bought nnywhere for room for our spring $5, than $10. less st ck. in order to! No old shoddy clothing at Fair & Co. They handle nothing do this, everything lltos.the latest styles. but must be sold. Our Pair llros. & Co. will .sell you money than any bargains ai;e too nil Clothing for inless county, Ohio other House m:rous to mention. Call on liaird & Ashley when you We Come now, while you can buy at your own Everything price. must bo cleared away by the first of March. Carson x' . Truly, cfej Go. want Harness or Machine oil. Twenty pounds of New Orleans Sugar for one dollar. When you want to buy Dry Goods, Hoots, Shoes, or Clothing, go to Pair llros. & Co., they have some big bargains for you. The many friends of " Hassle' ' llur-deformerly of Cromwell, will be glad to know that he has a blacksmith .shop at Iluell, McLean county, "Hassle" is n and is doing well. s good fellow as well as a workman. n, first-clas- B. RIVER, Manager. Opposite Citv Scales. Repairing and We do work ns cheap as anybody, quality considered. Givo us a call. BUGGIES FROM $35 UP. done promptly. epainting j. 7 field. - - pvery gtabto. VEHICLES, CARTS, V UUidlES, N N. 1M & Iff. V. R. R. &&&&& &sfSw TH.U.N 1.KAVK IIKWKIt DAM. T1UINM HOINO WKST. 12:10 6, Mall nndKxrcM UM 7, LlmrtpJ TRAINS OOINO EAST. I'M 0, Mnil and Kxre i 8, Limited Kiprft Deputy Sheriff J. W. O'Hannon resigned Monday and J. Uureh Taylor, Heaver Dam, was appointed to the We nre glad to know vacant place. of Iturch's promotion, for aside from his politics, he Is tine of the best fellows in the world and he will make a good officer. Ileyond all doubt the most wonderful man, from a physical standpoint, who ever visited Hartford, was Prof. vlES jL m Unit-edState- s. No. No. No. No. Kir" r ' iu Invrcncc Hirschorn, who was here last week with the show. His feats of "FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1893. strength are indeed wonderful and scarcely less wonderful are the feats of contortionist. Call on Tracy for repairs for Mount his younger brother, the Mr. Henry Griffin, one of our enterprising merchants and one of the Pair leading members of the Ohio County on clothing. Company, has been looking eggs, Pair llros. & Co. want your around among the business men of feathers, Sec. town and nearly all of them have Por Good" Honest Clothing, go to agreed to offer special premiums ior Pair Iltos. & Co. the Pain A fine list may be expected. Miss Agnes Craig, Owensboro, is The Ohio County Pair Company visiting in the city. will hold Its next meeting September Plows. llros. & Co. can't he undersold Dealer in Horsos, Buggies, Carriages, Road Post-offic- e, Catts, Owensboro Wagon BSfSaddlo or Harness Horses for sale or hire at all times.fMl 1& Call on Dan V. Tracy for repairs for 26, continuing four days. The farmers and business men of the county Oliver Chilled Plows. . in are becoming more and more InterestCall on Tracy for Acme Harrows ed in this annual meeting and with and repairs for same. the Increased efforts on the partof the Pair llros. & Co. arc the leading company a big Pair Is anticipated. merchants of Hartford. The school at Aetnaville District, The Oliver Chilled Plow can be had No. 76, taught by Miss Sallle Cole-maonly of.. Wayne Griffin & Ilro. closed last Friday night with n splendid exhibition. Miss Coleman Ifyouwautto sec the best shoes is one of the most successful teachers on earth, for $1, goto Fair llros. & in the county and has given the greatCo. est satisfaction in the school just formerly closed, as she did in the one she Dr. Gordon Plilpps, of this place, but now a prom-nen- t taught there last year. Although physician of Corsicana, Texas, the weather was Inclement, a large visited his parents at this place Satur- crowd was In attendance. The entertainment was a grand success. day and Sunday. n, u, $37.50 SOUTHERN QUEEN $37.50 U it possible a Top Jluggy with Silver-plate- d A Dash Hail, Seat Rail, Handles, IJJBy 11UU XJitimi IU1U gil4it IV AUUIUUVVJ Write for pur New 80 page Catalogue Address " of all Wndi)(wYalclo. . CINCINNATI, THE SOUTHERN BUGGYTO)$ . ". OHIO, U. S..A " 'KU! 'I" if",,'l,'' 3j-- t BCMnntw&K&xiavssvnsm&ZMCRvrerstt'e Hartford Republican FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1811.5. A WrIMIrril liny. Tlie St. I.ouis Republic gives the following tmc story about the good manners anil kindly help of a boy: The mother and her boy were waiting for the train in the Albany station, when the dullness was broken by a funny figure of an old woman inn rusty gown, a catskin muff and tippet, and a" black bonnet made of as many odds and ends as a magpie's nest, and her false front askew. She kept chewing on nothing, working her umbrella, and opening ami siiut-- 1 ! .: . .. i. !. ill 111 The high school girls ter and make okes to each other, watching the old lady far too openly for good manncrs,or any manners at all. The young lady in the smart tailor sttit.who gives readings at Sunday School concerts, smiled back at them, and studied the old creature with a satiric eye. The boy began to laugh quietly "Do look, mother. with the rest. Isn't she funny? Did you ever see such n sight?" The mother glanced delicately and turned her eyes. "Poor lady," she said, lie was silent, considering. "If I hadn't you," she went on "and lost all of my money, and grieved over all I had lost, in money and friends, till my mind wastouched.and I lived alone among queer people, I might look just like that woman. She must have been very good looking The boy's when she was young." twitched, as lie turned his gaze mouth from the "poverty piece," as some of the girls called her, to his pleasant mother, and as the old lady went prowling aboufr, looking for something a light step was at her side, a cap raised, and a kindly boyish voice asked, "Can I do anything for you, madam?" "I was looking for some place to buy checkennints," said the old soul, nodding carelessly and blinking with "I like checkerinints if weak eyes. they're Boston nought, but I don't seem to see any, and there use to be a boy with a basket come round in the Fitchburg depot, and thought maybe I could find hint here." "Shall I get you some at the fruit stall?" said the boy politely to her, but with a flashing at the giggling girls, which somehow did not make them feel proud of themselves. The mother watched her boy lead the old woman to the candy stall and stand by her courteously, pointing out this and suggesting the other, till she made her fumbling purchases, and escort her across the hurrying passage to her seat in the train, out of his own compassionate young heart. "My dear boy!" was all she said as he came back to her.but it was breathed in a voice of music, and she looked most happy. The boy stood close to his mother, thoughtfully, one hand just striving to caress her. Their train called, he picked up her parcels and inarched protectingly by her. mother, who will "You have a take care of you," he said, lifting his eyes to hers at the gate. . . r lilt niiii?u ii'Hi' m ki tJ w 1HH-O- ,i., J 1 1 (., it l.lnrfc irlovo - 11 11 i ill - inniiiii:. 1 began to tit1.1 ' at 4:30 o'clock lite mourners departed she did not awake. The door clanged and the lock slipped into place, but she still slept. At three 3 o'clock the next 11101 she awoke, shivering. Her cries aroused the guard, who instead of opening the door of the vault at once telephoned to Units Uros., undertakers, begging them to come quick because their last "subject" had come to life and wanted to get out of her coffin. Two coffins had been deposited in the vault the day before, so the guard telephoned another undertaker. Two policemen were nlso summoned. During all this delay Mrs. Slach had been rending the ulr with cries r assistance, urn me puaru waueu for the undertakers. Finally the tin- dertakcrs, policemen and gattrd cautiously unlocked the door, and the wqgian tumbled out, nearly exhausThe ted from fright nud exhaustion. woman was sent home in an undertakers wagon and is now quite ill. m m DOUND TO HAVE HER O.VN WAY. BbWaro of Olntmoiitu Xrln. INLAND MUNTKIt. James Beale, printer, 719 S.insoin street, Philadelphia, in a neat folder, gets off the following nine points on printing: Hint i. Hold your order until the very last moment, then rush the printer. This invarably produces "an A. 1. job," Hint "copy" 2. It is n mistaken idea that A should be plainly written. reputable printer is able to decipher hieroglyphics without any Rosetta Stone. Hint 3. Never adopt any suggestions made by the printer. He is too apt to cling to antique precedents. Progress is not in his lexicon. Hint 4. Always demand a discount from the estimated price. Most of the craft are in business for love of the art. Hint 5. Be sine to insist on choosing your own disply lines. You thus insure unique and startling effects. Hint 6. Never inspect a proof You are not the submitted to you. printer's proof-reade-r. Always add "a little more It invariably adds to the symmetry of the job. Hint 8. Never pay cash for your work. It encourages unthrifty habits in the printer. Hint 9. Occupy leisure moments in getting estimates on mythical jobs. This keeps i:nnui from the printer and gives him occupation. Hint 7. matter" to the proof. ' I f ly, IlKt'M.V. Feb. 18. R. A. Rowan is building a new barn, which helps the looks of his farm. Kli Chinn is hauling the lumber for his new house. Miss Hula Newton will teach the spring school at this place. Mr. Stroud has moved n grist mill from the Centertown neighborhood to the McMillian farm. The mill is a great help to this neighborhood, especially to the little mill boy. I wonder what has become of "Ivan I wonder if Todd" and the Doctor. they are too busy in their bachelor's hall to write to the paper. Wake up, gentlemen, and write a few lines to the paper, if nothing but a few funny jokes that has passed through your room. , Bi.it. J.W. 'oiiRblnc Lrnd to t'oniuiuptlon. Kvnp'l Bui torn Mp .e rental ono. m m I Feb. 16. Health in this vicinity is exceedingly good. The public roads are bad and Rough River is getting on a high. Miss I.ula Johnston is visiting her cousin, Miss I.ula Johnston, Mission Ridge. Miss nelle Hamilton returned from after an extended visI'hilpot it to friends. Mrs. Anna Hartford, of Fordsville, is visiting her parents at this place, while Brother Hartford is assisting Bro. Robt. Bennett in a meeting at Bethel. Wayne Johnson, sou of T. 1 Johnston, was ten years old the socondday of last November, and he has attended five months School and one three mouths School and never in all this time missed bet two days, and would not lost them had he not had the mumps. Who can beat this? to-da- M'M'lUUt NPRIHUH. CIHMItTKM. Our Select School at this place, under the supervision of Miss I.ucy B. nicely. Townsend, is progressing Miss I.ucy is a thorough teacher, and we had hoped to retain her until our children were educated, but we don't know how this may be if John Sam does not make his visits "fewer and farther" between. Ilyrain Powers, of the firm of Renfrew & Powers, was badly hurt by the large circular saw of their Mr. The saw caught his mill recently. leg and sawed it nearly half offso I am told. About the same time Mr. Oliver Willis got his left hand entangled with the Bit. Saw in his mill, but fortunately he escaped with slight damage to his knuckles. The nbutinents for the new iron bridge nt Barrett's Ferry is progressing slowly. Notwithstanding that when the contract was let it was to have been done by the first of October last, and it is not done yet, but we think that if the work progresses at Rl'HAI.. the present rate we may safely predict it will be ready to receive the iron Notice! work by next August or September, . I will not be responsible ior tiny l'uo Bono Puiimco, trades of my son, Willittni K. Davis, llrr Xlitht Inn Yiiult With .the llenil. and I hereby set him free,W.to sue and bo sued. Davis. J. I'lTTSHUIUt DISPATCH. Feb. 0, '03. 4t Mrs. Mnry Slach, of Cleveland, attended a neighbor's funeral Thursday, and during the final ceremony, which For Sale, took place In a vault in the Wood-lan- d Two mares and colts. Tortus most cemetery, she dropped asleep. reasonable. Call on or nddreis, 'A. She was sitting 011 a campchair in an Bro. HurtforcL obscure corner of the vault, and when Wayno Grifiin Business in town is good at this writing. W. T. Tilford went to Hattford Monday on business. Methinks I hear the sound of wedding bells in the near future. The roads are almost impassible and the teamsters are having a tough time. We nre greatly in need of a spring school at this pace. Why don't we have it? Henry M. Daniel, Caneyville, is visiting friends and relatives in town at this writing. Birch shields, who so severely cut his foot, while cutting wood, is able to be out again. The wife of James Arbuckle, Little Bend, died Friday night and was buried at the Miller grave yard Monday. Rev. J. C. Davis filled his regular appointment at the (i recti Briar Baptist Church Saturday and Sunday. Rev. McD.iniel, Methodist Circuit- rider, filled his regular appointment at this place Sunday night, preaching an excellent sermon. Kd Tilford has opened up a butch-ei- s shop in town. Here's' to you IJd. J. S. Montague and wife are visiting in Owcttsboro and other points this week. Several persons of and near this place attended the sale Saturday, at the late residence of John P. Dattglt-ertThey report a good time. A. C. Daniel, who has been on the siek list for some time, is improving. On last Wednesday Thomas Jr. led to the hyuteiiial alter, Miss Dora Turner, daughter of Dr. Turner, of this place, Rev. J. N. Jar. nigan pronouncing the ceremony. We join their ninny friends in wishing them a happy and prosperous trijt down life's rugged journey. Feb. 14. y. Gill-stra- Ilarpiln Winn Site Siw One to Itr Strliullrd, It wits nt 1 o'clock in thonf tornoon, nt n timo when the lifo of tho aver-ag- o salesman is tnoro of n burden than 11 pleasure. A woman, stout nml well dressed and Iwaring tho unniistnltnblo signs of a professional bargain hunter, elbowed lier way through tho crowd with a lloorwalkor nt Iter heels and pounced down upon tho inoffensivo looking clerk. This woman belonged evidently to that rotcrio who believe- that their wants nnd their rights nre- to bo looked nfter nt nny cost nnd to tho exclusion of tho rights of all others. It foou becamo apparent to tho patient, stoical salesman that the worn-n- n was to bo waited upon nt once. Ho therefore left 11 meek looking purchaser nnd cmno over to tho frustrated specimen in petticoats. "There 1" sho exclaimed, pulling, 'Tin all out of breath. I'vo been to tho superintendent, andhosent 1110 to you to have this matter fixed. You cheated mo out of 10 cents yesterday, nnd I just want to know whnt you me.tnt by that. I don't projio'.o to bo imposed upon, and you might ns well understand that first ns last!" "Thero is nothing tho matter with this that I can sec," said tho salesman nfter tho floorwalker hud explained tho complaint. "Nothing tho matter!" exclaimed the irato woman. "Nothing the matter! Here, you'vo gone and charged mo 30 cents for this embroidery. It f'lould havo been only L'O. ou tho plaThat wiis the card yesterday. Now, l'tl like to know What right you hud to cheat me out of 10 cents!" Tho patient salesman merely remarked in u tono of professional "You tiro mMnken, madam. That embroidery has never been marked down to 20 cents. Wo really couldn't tillordtosell it at that figure." "Never been marked down to SO cents!" sho exclaimed. "Do you think I'd pay 30 cents for this embroidery? Well, I gues3 not. Not if I know my-clf- ." "Is thero nnything I can do for yoiW" nsked the sak"innn, ignoring her complaints. "Can't you imiko out tm order for my 10 cents or credit it to motowaid other purchases.'" "Certainly not. I havo no authority to do nny thing of the kind." "Well," exclaimed tho irato crea- ture, "if this doesn't beat tlto D.utch ! This is tho last time I'll ever buy anything in this store tho very last. Bargains! Well, I'd like to know whero tho bargain is in this! Hero you'vo compelled 1110 to pay 30 cents for l.Vcent embroidery, nnd" "Madam," interrupted tho salesman, "wo do not take back bargain counter goods under tiny circumstances. Tho price was plainly mai'kcd." "Plainly marked, indeed !" she retorted. "Here I'vo waited nud elbowed and bltoved my way through tho crowd tit tho superintendents desk, all to get my right. It isn't the 10 cents that I caro so much about, but the principle that's whnt I don't like. Hero 1 nin actually insulted, nud all on account of ti paltry 10 cents! I know that ombroidery was marked SO cents. Do you think I cannot seer" "You nro mistaken," replied the salesman. "You nro a liar!" retorted the woman, getting exceedingly red in the faee. "Madam," said tho salesman in tones of freezing politeness, ''you are a lady and that is another ho 1 have told." Ho turned and left her standing Meanwhile a near tho counter. crowd of CO or more curious shoppers gathered ttbout her with eager inquiries ns to what had happened. "I'vo been swindled, that's all," who snapped as sho flounced out of tho place. New York Herald. Rtiu ICiipu Mini n Didn't l'riit - - pi-ic- I'liillip McN'ellly Ilickcrwaa lumi, 4 Oct. 2, 1827, dietl. Jan. 18th, 181I.J and IS iiged, (15 year., '! mouth day, lloniatlea pi'nlcsion of religion iu 1817 atii nieeliii held at CV?. .'V l That dreaded and dreadful disease! Goshen Chinch by Kev. Gardner. What shall stay its ravajes? Thousands Soon after his conversion he joined say Scott's Emulsion of pure Norwegian that Church, iu which ho was a consistent member until his death. He cod liver oil and hyponhosphites of lime was a Methodist indeed and iu pracand soda has ciwed us of consumption in its first tice, having held ?cvciul important stages. Have you a cough or cold acute or leading He was positions iu tho Chinch. to consumption? Make no delay but take ever ready to give advii'e to any and .Pootl's Kiuulslon ouroo CouqIio, all who sought it and his word were Colds, ConHUmntlon, Scrofula, always given iu a ehrUtiuii manner and all Anacmlo nnd Wactlns and were received in the emtio way. Ulooanoo. Provonts wautlnn In Children. Alino.t in palntiiblo n Not only did he give hi kind wotd milk, CJct only Hit kciiiiIiip. to tlio-- o of his own church, but to by flcolt A Ilowno, Oiomlsls, Now York. Bold by all Drui'gUls. members of other chuiel.i. I'liillip ' Muc, a ho was commonly cat ed, wh not only a true christian, but a good ueighbni; a kind friend nud a sue A Slarillng OiTor. eenied not to eersliil fanner, llo New think so much of himsi'll as he did id The Itari'tii.ti'AN and the Yoik Tribune Imtli one uur for his fan ily, for ho was t'teii lieaul In say that he cued not f r tho go d of only 81.25. this world for himself, it was for hi Tho liKi'i'iiMUAX nud The Home family that he was trying to huvc and I'm tn both one year lor only something to leave when bo wit dead and tono. Having lived with the 81.23. family six years I know him i bo The Ki:ri'iii.i('A and the Aiiieiicnu true to Iri wonl.nltliMiih he l.ii.l hi-- . Iiitilt--- , Farmer both one y.ar for 31.23. for thote never liv. d i In man beii'L, tint I, id hi Huh, The riiiH'iii.tt'A.v and Womankind Dure married in 1.'''iti to Mi ' 2"). both one u'lir f'i nl Ilanett. w!io died in Sl7 Inmn ThoIki'.rt'iit.icvNatid the Courier-Journt her huband an I two olitld-v- i both one jctir lor only i 73. mourn her dcpntnm; tln u n'l The Hi rmi.irvN and the (Vino Iu lNoS lm n manic I t Miiktm politan Imili unr lor only S3. 00. Williams. Duiiii; hi la- -t i. U t he wa otten lijiir-- t siv t'u' This ap He toi.nth new time wi 'ic ir at hand for lie w ' ml to icuowitl soon be a" tvt iu the hnvnu ir cu mil if .. A fi w hours lieloio Iih'-he .! i I to hi wile nod c! i' Irt l i Trib- "Weep not tor me for 1 will rest in Heaven w'lero thero wt nt lie no more parting, u i uiirepiui I wiuf no more lekne? nor death r rrt-Weep 0m i iw you all to meet me there." friends, but strive to meet not kind A Free Trip to The World's Fair, the husband and father in that bet .iiul cotintle-- s oilier attractive prein terwi r!d. AND itiiu-- , from a doll ton watch, biccle, C. L. Mii.i.i:i:, Feb. 12, 16!):!. organ or lille, me oiltred for a little Family Pnier of (lie United States, The Lcatl'mrj Rupublican pltu'.iut woik near luiine, bv the pith XJarriago License. Cosh in , I ilea net: For only lisheis of WIDE AWAKK. For full Sciota Hoeket to Nannie Heunett. F. Kelparticular, I'ue, address T. U.GilNtrnpto Dora Turner. logg, I5ox 1n Mas. l(i lm William A. !ivilditi to Nnnov K. . Galley. A. J. SLATON, M. D., AI011.0 I'liillip to f'airie Petty. Gie:ill the new of 'i'ortii, t'ounty and State, and a much Nationnl J. M. Alljro'ul to .lo.-i- e Saddler. & news a any (ither paper n it chit. Your home woii'd be incomplete wilh D. L. Shiup lo l'Mmntua 'Hoover. Vi'Uoo1, now Watl nt l.Hitch rormerl out it. dcMi oiler hi irof t mim) wn tec to tho poplf Thomas S. Fiurito Nancy Ann iri)m) nitt il ml tie eoiuttpo, Otln i in r Kvuily. Ml) lwv, (tin Hr Ilmli 1 (iroptTU.) Will Lumir to Kiln Phelps U a National Fninilr Phkt, iui jfie nil the general nowsof the 13. 3. George L.UhiImii to Hetty .Shaver. l. ami tho w.. rid. It give the vrntu of foreign lamlx in n It Into .John 11. Bonis to K!un Dawson. Its depaitnif nt lot The Funiily irelf, and our Yiiiuu; I'olLs. K William 15. llrook to Sii-n- n CKXTIiAL CITY, KY. Home and Society colniim eoiDinand the admiration of uiviis and dnnIiterj. Black. it trenernl political uvwi, editorial and aie winprelieiiiive, R. R. f'AXQN, PR0PR1T0R. brilliant and uhuutive. Itn Autieultiinil depirtmeut ha no superior in Has just been repaitcd and newly the eoiinlrv. Its Market Uewirii are rceoniril uuthority in all part of the Ian 1. A Sjieciit! Contract ennble im to oiler this rpleudiil .Journal ami Thrt furnished. Located cU..e to Depot. Pepuhlicnn lor no, fur s Uivfr Good meals 01 lunch iu n erctiiy will mi rely destroy the tetiM'of ttni'll and completely destroy the whole system when entering it through the mucous Mii'Iacc. Such article should never be used 'except on pcrecription frdin reputable physicians, as the damage they do is ten fold to tho good you can possibly derive Irom them. Hall's Catarth Cure, manufactured by ', J. C'hcury A' Co., Toledo, Ohio, contains no mercury, nud is taken internally , acting diiectly cs upon the blood and the mucous of tin system. In buying Hall s Catarrh Cure boiMiioyoii not the genuine. It is taken internally and made iu Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Chene & Co, Testiniouinls free. bold by Druggists, price 7."c. per bottle. tur-luc- Catarrh Tbat Contain Mercury, lor In Memory of Phillip Hockor. M. Co mzrJ WSs3 i g$ $ $iijwii rirt Seotfg l'ro-par- Eirafeta ys s -- 1 al fr-i'- Mib-erib- 11 TIu Rk)ujjmcan i and Acw York . une both one year for only $1.25. -- Your Favorlti' Iloiao Newspaper 'l.J't, lJu-to- n, THIS REPUBLICAN yew York Physician '" Surgeon, eeklv Tribune, nul-hel- L'ommnTJii! 52o!t'l, liist-cla-- it a ti'Ll. WHEN YOU GO TO OVVEfvSBQR.0 evt.i.o.s For O32.I5?" Addre?allorder to iSl-Q- S 13 Total.. N. Y. Tiiliiiiie, ie(iulnr price per year lltiilfnrd Republican or yonr. 'or 81.00 CTheo.Oain, .f'2.'..r. Wcfumish both I'aporsone year mrru'KKN 1.25, flfffflPl J.0USVILLE ant) win 1 KEMPHIS, SiiIMrtiitioii mnv boffin nt any time. PULLMAN BUFFET Sleeping Cars' flurtfniil, i.oi !NiM,i:.m:uriii.vtriMirit man remarked not tiATON cotjr.nnii .m:w tti,i:A.T. long ago that thero is 110 surer test ln Vt niilil. of culture than the way in which one handles a book. "All thoso who For the fined and JAwf Artirtic Work, The Quick and Oosirablo Route havo tiny experience of tho deeper uny she or ttyle. Fredrrica &', h'tueen 0w37 life," ho said, "think of books almost 3rd and Uh. Ncv Vnrl. I'li'bii'cliitilii rnltiim.ru Even n book as human beings. UiifliiiiKti i Niirlolk (il roilit L'.mlort which is not worth much iu itself w ii ui I'li'veKml Ulchiiiiiinl TuIp.Io OliiuiKo liiilliiiiiipiilik still treated by them with respect, l.iiuil!l(i L'liii'liinnti since it wears the outward guise of ir.otorn nnd Nortlienstorn Points whnt they havo learned to consider Union ltuii)v unit Meniiliis Vit'kltir It their lwst friends." Ho wont onto New Ortemi( Mobile I.iuIm ltmlt Hot condemn tho senseless and offeiifivo mtuiuer iu which choir singtrs otten r abuse their hyninbooks, bending lulilnnii and Jbo Nutli ami them btickward until tho covers meet HouTimiM-nnd holding them thin tluoughout Q 1 0 au cutiro hymn. This vandalism is Tim III o is tlioronglil) eijiilliped mid In Pictures In Evjry Style m Size. not, tiliw! confined to tho clas- men eonJItliin.una irovidaii nxiol. 1 tioned. Now York Times. Pictures Copied and Knlarged lutit Mrriingt'ineiit in timo xiid tliroin,!. ir : A SPECIALTY. A KKATUUB If the time imil lluil Suiiiii Int. ri tliti l.imiteil Kxjire.s Trnlte", ici'iiretl l(m .Main Street. Barber You're fjettinj; frightfully O.ni.y a Mfiur'ft iiiHK tiotweon l,i:iilill(i OUIuWlOHO, L'Y unit Mfinlii, Mil tile l','t mid miieltert bald, bir. S7i0 Customer (savagely) Well, I don't scrvlro lu'twcen tint tw i eltleoV3r heo bow that concerns yon. TicKtl,'li'iii"'rUei nn nil li "lr intoV .) WKKKI.Y Barber Excuse 111c, mi but ltdoes. lion .'i.n il li) H;! iliil lo .1. Il.'l'ii AKeiilut ll'iier liiiu,iir You soon won't lmvo any Imir loft to cut, nud then I blmll o customer. I,3,tyd Cca'l Pass, Art..L3uiill(, Kv, A distinguished Dm A Tirnt nf Culture. ritOM AND TO Keuluckj. tajp'S'HJtwvatfacaafcTwwa Conamercial ' KCotel & Meals 1JEITEK KNOWN AS THE ff3.1l jtoitler, PALMhR HOUSE, Rates $1 - 00 perday. Kii.-- 81B?Ar 25c . t Fiede.iea, between Main and the Uher, Owe.ishoro, Ky. ' UJ,S m 67ib. rhMloluli.'i i liQU . JfI,Si c K WlLLLVUIlAM,Vrom. in - ilrt-oliin- s 3r-0- aMBTlX9rfdrirf k 3.jcjw ivrft lrfSi.TUna coiiM-nlciie- Mt ! I'DIl DVHfKl'SIA I'mi l!rmwi' Ir.m Illlllin. l it Si " ' r ' ltllo. Ocmilr.9 UatrftiU'irikiiitru.ioiliO(llliif')tiwrai'K,r Al. JtoU'M r (iii.nicnH It. otri-roi- I l i IK-Il- &?' lo-- 11 lixchango. (.'oiirlcE'Jounial AVATTKIISO.N, Iiil' usiiok, take W.nkrtu. r.,,,j in aiiK io.o l, dlk'cst'.O' .Malaria jmini r--gu. und j nggg,, vif. ''iijii b ,u .: tealcra U' S itnllimllj IihiImI Ij iiii iiilriM of or,- - ,k rnMitoi(Mi. l,,.'ii i rmlluili'il nml rnllnly ciinil, iiflmni amiiuii jciirn' tiniiinj., nlicr nil olln r irituipui liAtu 1.11U1I, II, Hit- - iliniciiliv tHnwlKiliin I Him iniioriiiitd,fulljr,xi!iinril Ini'iniiliiM.iulli ulliluv.ti umt lirlliunnhil uf i ittinnt I'lirmliuiii iiviiiiiIpi friM-- , 4 l HIS. A. I'AI.M.'. 'iWmni Wali. ilmmru nf tli Ilulr LohiIimI flu.tr. All old Portland Miiokor was niiitlo deathly ill by n cigar tho other owning. A cignr dealer explained it rifiJil nwny. "Thoro wuh n hair rollod in that cigar. 'Twill mnko you oick overy timo." Lowiston Journal. IIKNItY" Kdi-or- . zszxszztynzazssazzxASisaaaBi tA Best Dsniflcralio Paper Pub. 1.00 a yen 1. M&L$M8l,$bf& Ss!iBJ3aiaQ.siijjaQ.S..iaia& afrszf v' V ..nvi!Tr.v TL' lll.torlo I'liu'i'D. Tlio htrongeHt impression mndo traveling in upon tlio American Europu for tlio firnt timo in usually astonishment nt tho Kinnll fii.o of tho liistoric plnccs whicli hohasKo longed butulIlii'M of HAS THE llo-i- t iiiiiiMpu ' C1 ii5S!M8SS condensed iiowh, He.st Morie, Tlio royal chamber whero tho grniido monnrqito received brilliant a crowds of courtier, foreign tind nobler beforo ribiug h tx)Hninll to biitisfynn independent cook who known her riglitH in this country. Tho apartment of Mury, (pieen of Scots, nt Holyrood, Htill garnished with her mirror nnd bed draped with gold embroidery, is Htill more cramped, whilo tho supper room in which Rizzio was murdered is but a jiuiTow, dingy cloKet, reached by tiny winding Httiira Hitch as usually lead to u garret. Tlio dwulliugu of tlto great Scotch duken and eiuls in Edinburgh iu ancient times were reached for tho most part through dark, hteop nlloy-way- s or closes not threo feet wide, nnd tho homes of tho great rnco of Hamilton, Moray nud Eglinton wcro smaller, darker mid moro uncoinfort-abl- e than thoko of au American mo' chanlc today. Ytmth's Coinpanion. diplo-jimtiritIriah-Ainerlcn- n to seo, Best iiiiseellany, Ilest women's ngo, llest iiliihlrenV dopiiitinont, Must answers lo correspondent departments', Ilcil editorials. It trivor. away a vnluublo promiiini overy day for tho largest club reeoixod, '4 Weekly Write to CO , Courior-.Iourm- Saiuplo eojiiosof tho will il bo bent free to any address. COUKIEH .IOUIINAE We Louisville, Ky. T11IC KKPIMIIJL'AN COUUIKU-JOUItNA- and tho are manufacturers of Bugnlcs, Carte Surries anil Carrianos, and deal directly with the consumer, thus saving him the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices aro reasRespectfully, onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. "S"otol "SBTi.!.! aHLofllsL WKKKI.Y L will be bent ono eur to nny address KKPUH- nrS1.7t. Address Tho l.IOAN, Hartford, Ky. - F. A. AMES & CO. Owens boro, Ky.