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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF IRE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, TER1CS $1725 Pap Annum, Is Aimce, VOL. V. TIIK UIIITi: l'IM.UI.M. AN 01,11 SOXtJ. HARTFORD, KY.0FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1893. bility for the calling of nn extra session out of Mr. Cleveland's hands. It is made up of populists nnd free coinage Democrats, under the lead of Jerry Simpson nud Tom Watson, who think they sec in the Sherman amendment to the Sunday Civil Appropriation Hill, providing authority for the issue of 3 percent, bonds, if necessary to increase the gold reserve n disguised nttnek on silver. Unless this element, which is strong enough to carry out 'its threats, can be' convinced that it has placed n wrong on the kind amendment n it proposes to kill the entire bill, iu order to kill the amendment. Some of the appropriation bills might fail without making an extra session absolutely necessary, Sundry Civil isn't one of them, The bill has been passed by the Senate. Senator Palmer, of Illinois, gave r the Democrats a pain iu their lower regions when he said in the Senate that he did not believe that any political party would ever refuse to make the proper appropria tions for pensions, or that the next administration would have nny new policy on the subject. The first annual convention of the Hiuietallie League of America, formed to secure free coinage Legislation, is now iu session here. All of the big Populists, including Mrs. Lease, arc present; consequently talk is plentinppro-priatioanti-soldieanti-optio- n NO. 31. zine, for only 83.00. The Republican and the Cosmopolitan, a leading maga'"" !' ONE DOLLAR I entlly earned hyntivoiio of tlllit-- itx In any part of till' counlryi who It Hilling to work Indut. irloiitly at the oinpln) mrnt wlilili we furidih. inciaiiorii ngni nun pienrniii, nun rim run no rltk whatever. Welti win oul rmni Iclc, fi Hint 'on rnn give um niitinctt h irini vuumtir cxp, nte. i vnurelf. 1'iir lliiu wllllur tniln 11 lltth-Horthli It the grnudcit iiifcr made. You run work ( j tit nre I'm. all day, or In thu evening onlv. plovrd, niil have a d'vv spare houri ill yuur ills. JKiinl, 11IIII111 llu'lii, ami mil In inur liicuuiv, hi nit. You will or hmlnctt1111will nut Ifii'ili'ii' r'pldltyand enso ticnimuid the Hart nl tin by which) oil iiumiiilnil.ir tiin it.ill.ir.ilaylillind diynut. r.tin hcgliincrt nn tuiesilul from tlio rlrt linur. Any one can run th Imsliu ft none full. Von should try nothing llic until il tee for ynurtclf what yon can do lit tin- - hinlnesi wlili h weoiur. No capital rlfl.nl, Women lire grand norkrrt; nownuays thry mule ni much K mm. flicy should trv thlt Ihi.Iiii m, ni It It rn will mliiitiil In tlirin. Write ut iinrf nml tic fur jGUNiir. Ad.lli.t. II. IIAI.I.KIT '(., Jtox MNtl, "1 rilmiil. Ma. H came to the Mot where the white pilgrim lay, And pt'iihivclv htooil by his tonih, When, in a whisper, I heard some-thiiif- v say: "How sweetly I sleep here alone. loud thunders roll, And Katherin; storms may rise, Yet calm is my spirit, for at test is my soul, The tears are all wiped from my eye.'-. "The tempests may howl, and the "I wandered I nn exile and farewell: I leftniy tleardiifdren, whojliow-fo- r inc'nioUTii', In far below: bade my companions stranger distant regions to dwell. exile and stranger. "1 wandered an IkjIow fT.nWil w?nSS.,3Wt zft-.- 5vt3,.SMDiES sX v !?-oo e .1 Uil 'lUil To publish salvation abroad, The 'trump of the gospel' endeavored to blow, Inviting poor sinners to (,od. "Hut when among strangers nnd far from my home, No friends or kindred nigh, I met the contagion, and sank in the tomb, My spiiit ascending on high. W Vntavi "Go tell my companion and children MiR most dear XOftL-,bIFN To weep not for Joseph, though gone: The saute Hand that led me through scenes dark and drear Has kindly conducted me home." ful. M bill was given n The nowt'p. black eye by the Appropriation Com WASHINGTON. Boat Calt Shoo In the world for tba pfioe mittee iu tue House this week. Mr. W. L Douglas shoos are sold everyvtbeta. JBvotybody Should wear thom. It Is o doty . h ill I Hi' t'niiltiil n Ilt'tiortiil by Hatch, who is iu charge of it, says it yoa own yousnoll to Kit tba best valoo lor i Mr Itegiiliir 'irrciM,iiit. your money. Economfsolnyourfoolweafby is, however, still in the ring. nil. purchasing W. L. DouglnsSh008,blob seproaent tbo boat iluo nl tbe prloet abovt, as tbcusands caa testily. IlotV'n This. The President is by no means alone Nn We offer One Hundred Dollars ReUettnre of fruit,!. None genuine ulthoulW. L. in the belief that the existence of a tKmrftiit name anil price .tuiupid 011 bottom. Look ward for any ease of Catarrh that canfur It when you buy. combination of bankers and others, V 1., llougln., Ilrocktou, Muss. Sutlby not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. international in its membership, formL. F. WtKUNKU, Il.rtfonl, Ky. F. J. CitCNKV & Co., Props. ed for the express purpose of compelToledo, Ohio. ling a new issue of txmds, presents a We, the undcrsighued, have known problem of grave importance, not only fifteen years, XSBUYTHEO to the present administration, but to I'. J. Cheney forthcpist and believe him psrfectly honorable future administrations. If this comfyJKNIHG iu nil transactions and financially able bination can by creating an artificial to carry out any obligation nnde by demand for gold compel an issue of their firm. bonds to the extent of $50,000,000, West& Thaux, Wholesale Druggists, what is to prevent the same tactics reToledo, Ohio. Waldiug, Kiuuati & bilsulting in au issue of as many Marvin, Wholesile Druggists, Toledo, lions? The President believes that if Ohio. the members of this combination arc Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken interonce convinced that no bonds will be nally, acting directly upon the blood issued the unusual and uncalled for nnd mucous surfaces of the system. demand for gold will ceaseas suddenly Sold by all Druggists.. Tertimo-nial- s as it began, and for that reason he is free. unalterably opposed to issuing bonds. MOST Some disgraceful scenes occurred riHTp Dummc, 1. A. It.. I'rii..?! Mori. .ti 1'ont. in the cloak looms, and corridors of EASIEST Names of Comrades of Preston MorUMIACC, the House this week, caused by HrACMIDBS. j "B"aTTnr on the part of Southern ton Post, No., 4; James Ashley, John M. Bishop, J. members against the passage of the THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST. D. Hycrs, J. W. Mack, W. P. DenII. Y.. Bond TCN cents to 30 Union Stl.. bill compelling railroads to adopt nn for our prlio Riirno, "Blind Luck," and automatic car coupler, which has al- nett. Jas. A. Hennett, W. L, Mown, win 11 Now Home Sewing Machine. ready 1kh.'ii once passed by the House Jo. C. Harnett, Win. Mankenship, Machine Co, Tlio Now Homo Sowing and is now back there with Senate Sidney Ho.arth,John Mair, Sam Hart-let- t, ORANGE, MA8S. W. F. Condict, Jo. L. Carson, A. Wiskey made monamendments. A J. Carman, Win. A. Carson, John. C. keys of sonic of the members. u.i- RiewTOR SALE BY vote on the bill was slaved off until Chamberlain, Captain David Duncan, N. C. Daniel, Win. O. Davis, John I. next week. Secretary John W. Foster officially Felix, A. A. Frizzcll, I.ouisGucnther, retiied from the Cabinet yesterday, Thomas Greer, Alexander Grigsby, nnd he will sail for Kurope Thomas Galley, John H. Gray, Sam to take charge of the case of the Unit- Gaddis, Daniel Hicks, J. A. Has-kinMiles Hamilton, S. Sam ed States before the Ilehring Sea arbitration tribunal. The vacancy will 0. P. Hall, J. C. Herrell, John probably not be filled, ns assistant Hudson, James A.Jones, John S. LeisSecretary of State Wharton prefers to ure, A. W. Mills, John P. Morton, act as Secretary while retaining the John C. May, Loyd Mills. T. J. Morris, G. L. O'Hannon, W. II. Parks, present position. From the best information obtainable Josh II. Pittnian, W. P. Render, nothing will be gained by electing James M. Rogers, Cleorge Raddish, another Senator in Kansas, As Mar- Sam G. Rhoads, H. R. Richardson, tin, the Democrat-Populis- t, has al- R. P. Sorrells, Henry C. Shaver, Jessee L!LHBnaVWaafSfli L.ii.ujnfin.j ready secured the promise of being Shaver, V. M. Stewart, Walter Samseated as soon as the Democrats take uels, Col. Q. C. Shanks, Samuel charge of the Senate, from (Jordon Smith, Wood Tinsley, Dan F. Tracy, ItCiirtColdfcCouiht,8orTlirot.Crup.Influ. Win. H. Wnrd, Sam T. Wallace, G. C. 1. Vh00Dinr Ciiah. Bronehltl. asd Ail hmi. i and Hric6, the twin bosses, engineerKrt'U cur. Tor Coniumptlon in flrit tur't. anil Westerfield, A. Webb, J. H. Ward, a tara relief in adraac. tt.ret. Ut. at ontt. ed his election. Viu will ae. to fitment effect alter Liter tbt com ay oeai.ra ererywntre. --irja usi oct.. ccntt and $1.00, Senator Gordon could n tnle un- Wm. IS. Wright' J. M. Williams, II. t:ttlei SO fold, if so disposed, that would ex- J. Wright, Larkin Williams. iiAUTl'OlU) qaurT, plain why V. X. Roach, a Democrat, l'AST COMMANDIiKS Ol IIWUv Rewas elected to the Senate by the IS. C. Hubbard, Wm. Milligan, J. publican Legislature, of North Dako-to- . It was the direct result of plans 1. Felix, James M. Rogers, John C. made by Gordon some time ago, when Chamberlain, R. P. Sorrells. Senator Hrice, and he formed n combi- CO.MltADliS PIKDOl' IIAUTI'OIUI POST. WHSTE'S SS1EAM nation of brains and cash, for the pur- IS. C. Hubbard, Porter Hudson, Thos. pose of making sure that the Senate D. Davis, Wm, H. Leach, Len Tayof the Fifty third Congress would be lor, Thos. L. Davis. v safely Democratic. Well, there is no Preston Morton Post, No. 4, G. A. YEARS longer nny Worm Remedies. reorganized doubt; the Senate will be R., meets nt the Court House SaturHas loci all by the Democrats, pre- day before the ad Sunday nt 1 o'clock EVERY BOTTLt PUAHANIi-isumably, as soon as it meets iu cxtin p. 111. each month. BOLT) tV...r.dUKUIIinU"0.T U. . mIT.I I. session on the 4th of March. The Ol'l'ICJ'US l'OK I893 Ol' TIU'. I'KKSTOX BpHHiMtM.nmv man elected to the Senate by the MORTON' TOST, NO. 4 O. A. K. North Dakota Legislature has other Post Commander, John M. Hishop; besides being n disqualifications, W. P. Hennett; American Sr. Democrat. He is well known iu for- Wood Tinsley; Washington, where he was for some Jr. Surgeon, Daniel Hicks; Chaplain, J. years cashier of n national bank, but A. Hennett; Officer of the Day, John his manner of leaving, here was not Mack; Officer of the Guard, Alex. calculated to cause those who knew Grigsby: Adjutant, G. C. Westefield; hint to expect Senatorial or any other uaaT.T CAVEATS. TO Sergeant-MnjoR. P. Sorrells; QuardeTRADE MARKS. ill jmaJBtr sort of honors for him. He was n termaster, Louis Guentheri QuarterDESIGN PATENTS, gjgj-jtfaulter to the bank to n very large COPYRIGHTS, etc master Sergeant, J. L. Carson. froa Handbook write to Fr Information nnd iiiiininvAr, imkw your. amount, and if his wife's rich father .juiian a iu., i.i Oldest buroitu (or .ccurlinr ntent In Amerlea. All nrrearagesofdues can be paid the money good had not made Krery tuitent tnken out by 11. I. brouiint befnni tbo pu Wig by a uutioo ulvvu f rco of cbirgg In tba somewhere between 50,000 and $75,-00- 0 at nny time to Quartermaster, Louis it was said at that time Mr. Gucntherat Hartford, for which he Roach might be serving n term in will give you n receipt. All old solI.ivrnott rlrculatlnn of any aelenll flo paper tn the world.. PplondMIr lllu.fraloit. Ho Intrlllgeni Mr. diers nre respectfully invited to come prison instead of the Senate. man should bo wltliout It, Woutly. V3.Uti CO, reATi ruu.ix rnoniiia. Atiarctn ai Roach may have lived beyond re- nud join us iu our good cause. uwuiuu, a 01 iiroadwuy, No proach since he left Washington", but Fourth of July, 1893, our grand reunion comes oft" nt the Hartford Fair ns a matter of right nnd justice what Grounds. have n right to know Ulnnf PersoiiH tro broken Anvvn I om o crwork or household is here told, without malice, of the " IJrown'H Irmi Illttor man elected Senator by Republican rcbulMt tlio ytctn, nlili illgottlMi, rrnnrca cx Notice! ecMof bile. uulcurcmial:iU. U liiocvnuiuo. votes. A Republican Senator speakI will not bo responsible for any ing of the matter said: "There nre trades of my son, William E. Dnvia, some defaulters in the Legislature, and I hereby set bim free, to suo and BROWN'S inO.V mImllKotlot!, lllllomnctt, D)BITTERS too." " ' tpeptln, Maliu Curtt J. W. Davis. " There is au clement iu the House bo sued. rla, Kervouineu. and ficnoral liUUty. Feb. 0, '0!?. 4t recommcbd It. AU deaV.ra aril It. Oenulna which threatens to take the responsi uod croticd red llucson wrapper. xmPmte v:iWA?mv) C 57. jW? . TS: IKTt2 W. L, DOUGLAS S3 SHOE msd ?jm IlGHT PJOf WOMVi-OfiK. Kfi 1 1 mmi fOR 20 VEEIiiEUfiE -- JScluntlfio tp St. r, dctBl.c Awevbuti (ft I'Jtvai-cla- butrado mark Education In Hie Noutli. tions: SSSSSSSSSSSSSS and these upside down: SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS-Bu- t HON. WM. T. HARRIS, IN, SCHOOI, HOARD JOURNAL. you may think the difference is In view of the anticipated invasion The friends of education everywhere only to be observed in the capitals. of the realm by thnt enemy of grace behold the spectacle of the establish-mcii- c nnd comfort known to the world ns Now, let us see- if it is not true of the of the free common school syssmall letters nlso. You will readily see the hoop-skirI beg leave to make n tem in the Southern States with n few suggestions. I do not take kindly the point: sssssssssssss ssss'sssssssss. feeling of pride. The extension of to the idea of having the livery-meThe following is inserted here for the system hns been so rapid in those enlarge their conveyances, not nt nil. States nnd its rate of increase so uniIn fact, I'm in favor of reducing the benefit of all who may not have form that those who believe that local been so fortunate ns to sec it before. space of all vehicles, the seating and universal particiRead it, study it, ponder over it. whether drawn by horses, by steam pation in the rlgiitto vote must be preThree things to admire IntellectIf tits young men or by electricity. ceded by universal education in comof the country will form n union for ual power, dignity and gracefulness. Three tilings to love Courage, mon schools have reason to be satisthev can drive out the fied with the promise of the future. gentleness nnd affection. hoop-skiin two weeks, at the outIn the 13 years for which sepcrate Three things to hnte Cruelty, Hcre'--s the plan: side. Inform all statistics for the white and black racnnd ingratitude. the livery-me- n you.w'ill hire no bugThree things to delight in Frank- es iu the South arc accessible, the gies of them incept they be with very white children enrolled in the public ness, freedom nnd beauty. small seating capacity, smaller.if Three things to wish for .Health, schools have increased from 1,826,139 the universally popular II. to 33'9i83o, or about 75 percent., M. T. The young ladies between the friends nnd nchcerful spirit. Three things to avoid Idleness, while the increase of the total white buggy ride and the hoop-skir- t will population hnS been only 34 per cent. loquacity and flippant jesting. choose the former. They may stand Three things to fight for Honor, The school attendance has increased it a Sunday or so, but they will come more thnn twice as fnst ns the popuaround nil right. They will drop countiy and home. Three things to govern Temper, lation. All this hns been done amidst their hoop-skirt- s and don't you fear the poverty which followed the most they won't. The ease of the older tongue nud conduct. Three things to think about Life, devastating war of modem times. men nnd bachelors is somwhnt differ But the education of the colored ent. Hut I have a plan. It is abso- death nnd eternity. race has a still better record to show. lutely necessary that the width of nil The ISaton, O, Regiser contained In 13 years the enrollment has inscats on railroad trains, street cars, the follwing, previous to the Nation- creased from 571,506 to 1,213,092, an iu all churches, theaters, public halls, increase of 1 13 per cent., while the tostores, shops etc., be cut down al Convention of 1888: tal colored population has increased St8d Frst R8. fully The distance beIn 1888, it would be a first r8 idea only 24 per cent. In other words the tween such seats must be lessened. school attendance Has increased more It is necessary to lessen the width of i to iiominS as n candidS for the office of Chief Magistr8j John Sherman, than four times as fast as the populathe doors to all these places as well tion among the colored people of the ns all the doors of the dwellings, nt who represents the gr8 St8 of Ohio Southern States. in the U. S. Sen8. lenst This may cost money Iu this same connection I men blood, but the pence and it may cost tion the fact, that the attendance of . How strange it is that some of the community nnd the decency of the colored people on normal schools, humanity demand it shall be done. classes of our people are so nearly high schools, and colleges has increasIf these plans are fully carried out removed from the reach of just and ed during the same period of 13 years 'tlie hoop-skirt- s won't last three deserved criticism. The careful observprevious to 1S90 from a total of 8,511 weeks. This idea, though original, er has not failed to notice that preachto a total of 25, 540 almost exactly will not be copyrighted, for I have a ers nre almost free front the criticism times the former number. kindly and sympathetic feeling for of the press. Of course now and then three We all know that an increase in my fellows of the male persuation, one gets a "roasting," so to speak, and especinlly so when we nil nlike but in the great majority of cases nnd school facilities nnd a more general nre thicntcned by so great n disaster. especinlly so in the country, doctrine attendance on school means more j careful supervision and improvements wholly nt variance with tlie Scriptures goes unscathed nnd unreproved in methods. Teachers will manage I The announcement that an army nnd it is more than likely that the in some way to profit by the experiof ten thousand men was marching There preacher of such doctrine will, if he ence of their fellow-tethertoward Hartford and that it was is very vehement be the recipient of have been during the past 20 years commanded by the Shah, of Persia, ridpuff by the county paper many eminent men who have filled a good-sizeing on a camel nnd surrounded by a beside being lionized by the commu- the positions of State Superintendent guard, made up of the ghosts of such nity, while the great truths of relig- and of City Superintendent in that characters as Alexander, C;esar nnd ion expounded by a far abler, though section of the country. Napoleon, and that this army proposTwo hundred and sixteen millions no doubt less pretentious divine twill d es to literally p(ck up this scarcely be deemed worthy of ven a of dollars have been paid from the old town nnd carry her to a rail- passing notice, Should such tilings public taxes for the support of the road, would not have created more ex- be? Would it nof be just to commend schools, white and colored, during citement on our streets than was the true nnd condemn the fnlse? the period of 13 years mentioned. created Thursday morning by the an- Would it not hush a great deal of The labor of the superintendents in nouncement that the great and only the pulpit rot which sometimes inflicts improving the quality of the teachUncle Huck Steamboat would arrive at itself upon the country? And would ing forces by institutes, association?, the wharf during the day. All day long it not make the way of our real, and normal schools has shown good crowds of eager lookers and listeners and sincere undershepherds brighter results. The increase of the approstrained their eyes and ears for a and happier? priations from $1 1,231,073 in 1877 to e sight or sound of the said Uncle $25,225,982 in 1889, has reinforced t'nrijr tlnn-e- l a llay. Buchanan Steamboat. They stood on Harris & Buquo, ISrin, Tenn., their labors by attracting a higher the bridge nt midday while the bells manufactures of the celebrated Erin order of talent into the work of inwere ringing the hour for hash nnd The admirably managed Lime, say they have great faith in struction. y looked nnd listened nnd longed. endowments of the Peabody Fund and Drummond's Lightning Remedy for time the flouring mill would Rheumatism. One of their principal Slater Fund have been instrumental whistle the crowd would rush for the in improving the character of instruccoopers was laid up with Rheumalanding to sec the aforesaid Uncle Buchtism until induced to take Drum- tion. A few enthusianan Steamboat. The devotion of the western bormond's Lighning Remedy. After takasts chartered a skiff nud rowed down derlands to the cause of common two bottles he went to work and the river to meet him. ISUis Thomas ing has since been making Forty Bar-riu.- s schools may be inferred from the fact brought his spyglass into play to look pkr day. If your druggist has they expend annually from public for the smoke. When finally the litnot got this renedy, write to Drum-nioii- d funds the sum of $4. 1 1 for each man, tle craft crept carefully around the 0 Medicine Co., Maiden woman and child of the population curve and came coining up the river Lane, New York, and they will send for their schools a sum nearly doubnbout 8 o'clock nt night, the crowd you full particulars. Agent wanted. le the average sum expended per capwas immense. Kvcrybody in Hartita by the rest of the United States. ford was there nud hundreds of citiOAXK RUN. But in those distant regions the cost Feb. 21. Miss Melissa White has of living is greater and the salaries zens from the country enme flocking The merchants locked up their returned home after a three weeks visit must be larger to secure talent and in. stores and joined iu the mad rush to to friends and relatives here and we skill in the teacher. welcome his boatship.lt seems that Un- were very sorry that she couldn't stay The effect in South now tends in cle Buck was just ns eager to get with us longer, but she is coming the direction of increasing the length here as the people were to welcome back again to stny two months with of the annual school term. him, for he left his cargo at the mouth us in June nnd we nre longing for of Muddy nnd came up nnd lny down the time to come. MT. M.EANACT. nt our feet peacefully for the night. Elmer Miller has been very sick, Feb. 2i. Fannejs are preparing But what amajesticlooklieputounshe but we are" glad to sny that he is imfor a large crop this season. ' steamed up the broad expanse of the proving. Wheat is very bad in this commumighty Rough. The young . moon Rufus Byers has moved to the nity. was shining with nil the splendorof a farm and he is going to raise maiden's eye upon the scene, and far a crop this year. Miss Sue Monroe is teaching a sucnnd wide could be heard the musical Our little town is on n boom. The cessful school nt Sugar Grove. notes of screech pwl as he beheld with Rev. W. G. Stewart is teaching a new railroad is nbout done from nwe nud consternation the invasion of Horse Branch to Fordsville, and we very interesting school at Arnold. the country by this monster of the will take a ride when it is done to see Mrs. Willie Leisure, of near Center-towdeep. On like the But on he enme. the people over there. is visiting her father this week. mad rush of n tortoise in a race and R. C. Jarnigan is teaching a very like the tortoise of old he got there. This is I.nim's The gentlemanly crew enjoyed the every luvillclni' move the b awe successful school at No. 25. dny. his second school this winter. hospitalities of the town, nnd next u order to be health)' thlt Is noccatary. Mrs. R. F. Hunter, of McIIenryi morning an anxious crowd ngnin AilvniilnireN oftiooil Road. who has been visiting friends and relgathered at the river to sec Uncle AMWUCAN I'ARMUR. atives, returned home Monday. Buck get up steam, As was the A country without roads will recase the night before the crowd put R. W. Stewart is making some immain undeveloped, its hidden treasprovements on his father's farm in up nvariegatcdnppearance.All types of ures stored away. fencing and buildings. form and shades of color were there. Where poor roads prevail every- the way of The aged and infirm; the young nnd thing else is very apt to be poor, the L. D. Taylor is doing a good busithe buoyant; the homely and the f.tir; horse, farmer and merchant. ness with his saw and grist mills. the sons of Jeptha, nud the sons of If two horses haul the load of four, Mr. Taylor is an enterprising man. Hani. At nine o'clock, sharp, he, i. one wagon haul the load of two, one Miss Laura Stewart, of McIIenry, e., Uncle Buck pulled out from his set of harness haul the load of two, one who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. mooring nnd dashed down the river driver serve for two and six miles in- W. F. Park, returned home Monday, at full speed to bring up the freight stead three be made per hour, the agR. II. Rains has opened up a nice left nt the mouth of Muddy. At 1 1 130 gregate saving would double the net fresh farm on the Rosine and Cromsplit second time he ngnin reached income of the average fanner. This well road. Mr. Rains is one of our his moorings nud it was done. At desideratum can only be accomplishhustling fanners. 2:15 p. m., on the same day, he deed by the means of good public roads. J., B. Davis, formerly of this place, And ns we stood on parted from us. The effect of good public roads up- but now of Taylor Mines, is reported the bridge nnd watched his graceful on land value is to increase the value Mr. Davis is one of our best sick. form grow smaller iu the distance and of such land. young men and we arc sorry to hear finally saw him glide smoothly Experience has shown that the valaround the bend, we shed tears, co ue of ground is in direct ratio to tlie of his being sick. Mrs. Nancy Wilson is very sick at pious, gushing tears. good condition of the streets or roads Skuds. this writing. which traverse them. A road system is the means of Did you ever notice that the botintercourse. tom of the letter S is lnrger than the For Sale, top? Well, it is, though in general' Inter communication is the back- Two mares and colts. Terras most Good public roads reading we are not npt to observe the bone of business. reasonable. Call on or address, Z. difference. I,et your eye glance over are the primary necessities of civilizWayne GrilHn A Bro. Hartford. this Hue of S's in their proper posi- - ed life and national prosperity, t, n rt one-thirone-half. s. d gray-heade-lSv-er48-5Mc-Henn, " TOWN TATTLER. fa q f PROFESSIONAL 3". Ed-wl- n jR-w- CARD. e ATTORNEY AT LAW, HARTFORD, - - KENTUCKY. Jit.i.ait, O-len- n j 3aCia-mmrysBjKs- 6s "Weddlnf, KY. 1.1. S, WIDDIgC. HAUTFOUD, (Office, over Anderson's Dataar.) Will iractlc their profoMlonliinllthe court, o Ohio nml adjoining counties, nml court of Appeal Special attention given to criminal practice asl collection!, t2n!21y Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession In Ohio and ai(jola Ing counties, and the court of Appeals, bpecia attention given to collections. Office north side public square. E.-O-Tiff- vl Tlr OUFFY. B. I). RINGO. 6s IRing-o- , Attorneys at Law. Will practice In all courts of Ohio And adjoining counties, nnd In Superior Court and Court of Ap- Collections nnd all legal business attendee! o. Office, No. 3W E. Market ttlIartrord, Kjr m m Perry Westerfild Hi.iaiToiaE), icy. 3E3. ATTORNEY AT LAW, 13. "WcicaA:nB, (Ofllce in Crowder Building.) Will practice his profession In all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary V2nwfy Public Hoslne, Ky. :m:. Zj. HeaTTXin, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Attorney at Law, Will practice hl profession In all the Courts cat Ohio and adjoining counties, and In the Court of Appeals. Bpccial attention given to collection. Office, Williams, Dell A Co's drugstore. Hartford, Ky. ocr i- - S- - WHIT m mgjsjpplpg DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Is prepared to do all kinds of Dental work at reasonable prices. t -- fllao tit rr nj ij jji rcVvtXX J I iliu U "y fU V ISU T MORNINQ BRIGHT AHD .3 MV C0MPL10t.0tn3Lt.IEH. t ! r toys It aclt gently on th liver lautl,i. IkuUrlnlt I. '10m herbs, and 1. prvp.ru! for ur.&ii'Mutaa - v mssf U22RVA PLEASirar JP 3,r ' iTJL LliHE'SlHEIDEGIISS AHdrufii!iilsnttat6naftiiiJflrQ,ir',c(i. i 'i R'Jrii i-r 1ourniintkaall,KerdrourwliJrii.iiirrrvttiu.itu. BUT I'lOrtlt TU I t'fUthf.tllUI'Olrt'.'KHI.a. .ti'lt ' . ouatou iw.'yii.iu.w.D. a YiL'rr if litfp I s&r -- "l I iFjSWSi1"- 1- ppjQME 'fH &y? CP. fcibiA OIWrNtm: ISTHCBE5T. WfwHOAtfSWirW KWHIK iBUMOjq.K,n.T. TJ,-- . .uitjuoB,. '11 Agents Wanted! A. LOZEIER&CO., H. Wholesale Doalen, i "M CLEVELAND, O. 340 Superior Bt. T7 2P snsiiyjiii S!RJQ k :vt ILL i!JII nnd CERTAIN I OINTMENT OURES NOTHING BUT PILES. IK ,:i far 13 yearn no tho BEST MrntJOY FOR PILES. pj,cuij utiu':i.ui.mi.oiti:p. t., tt.nttt. I SURE CURK iKi ill I IN Obtained, and all VA'tliNl blslMM at Out ofttco at lM(l(,cl to for ilODIUlATKtZW opposite tlio II n. PutcNl Ofllco. and wm ean I'atems in lew Uuio limn Ihow remote from StlU UUUKU OHAttllia If HAtlllfiaiO Ha dvlo ns to iwleat Ultmt of iiiK-nlini-i ability ficunf i hinge nnd no mult AU UIARQM .s ,s y k. jn .ay iiiir.ti m i . 1 la Hi,ni.. fi.iviii,. i,,ri. and lafaraneei or In oitt own State. Ounly. City cliwIillNH lortli, wnio mi V r OiimiCt i'uiYm (.. 'ItuftntafOH. O at llaa&U'iililfii.Mi&K '&i iltotZsaH - R1893ft SEE ftia93 miff WCSSF ' CARSOU & COS BB IB IfflnaBliBnMn B B S3 Klf j& . nn if iiiif II i iii I n wi i I3XC31- - iWilWlB B B Him Wi Irl HflBmW J$illilrl.wwl3M Uvuuo -Kr-4te- IpuHBBSam More New and Attractive Goods Than ever Shown in Hartford "Before Gents' Fine Clothing, Elegant Dress Goads, Staple and Fancy Groceries, Gents' burnishing Goods, Shoes for Everybody, Furniture of all kinds, Staples in :)ry Goods, Notions and General Supplies. NO OLD STOOK-EVEIiYNEW. POLITE ATl'ENTioF:TMTsTlnuW. Tlliyq aLEPtfESSS 3GNT- - w ' vftfci'Si: 1.fflrl days ago. He had a bill, amounting to S3, against one of the ollico den. Siiuim Minns lor tlir 'lc;irlirr nl lite vui Cj a (uiliil.S lU'liitlni; l tlu Vturlil's ' uties iu Collector Scott's office, and V.i'.y :.iliiiMSIuiuit i:tillill. persisted in going there with it, conCY PUBLISHED EVERY FltlDAY MORNING. Mi'I'OUIIIli I oi trary to tho rules of the oflice. The ' The following is a part of a circular explained this to the Indian, debtor to fr.iii Eilltor ami Proprietor. JO. B. RUCIERH, mid stated that he was in danger of issued by St lie Superintendent ' being discharged on account ot tho Tliompjou. to the School Officers and bu-siness- , bill collector's visits;that he would FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1893. Teachers of the State: ' nay the bill at the store. This seined to That the sehiuls outside the cities .'or ho 1 have no effect on the ngcut, who apof the first thue classes may not be MUD, thy home is Hartford! peared to be afraid that tho coming 0 delayed in beginning their work, and change of administration would give The railroads in Minnesota and the debtor achance to beat him. Finalto insure uniformity of size, a supply a Wisconsin were blocked with snow ly, the deputy went to the store to pay of paper and drawing board will be the bill and was closely followed Tuesday and Wednesday. sent at once to all public schools, free of' I by the Indian, who continued to ofcharge. If other schools find it him. This became unbearable old farA rich, though illiterate, impracticable to get the nece-s-ir- y it a.; a mer living near Knoxville, Teuu.. and tho savage caught a well directed material, notify the State Superinblow between the eyes, which sent j l Tliiuiltx. A Oinl U) was victimized last week by the gold him in a Where a number of these through a glass Wo, the Lizie C. Walker Club, tendent. brick schemers to the extent of 83,-5street. Uotli were pre- - wish to thank Miss door into the C. Walker schools are near each other, a pack...,.. . I.iie Ihisine.vs, of .. T. ..!. 'I'I.... These sharpers should secure tv b.ulges she printed age of mati rial will be sent tonne r "T, kill, wi'.iw. ...... ,...v, " .......... for L n w. Green Goods WalI...0 the services of and the to en!! us at our last nueting, and hope to person for distribution, OoiuVii Hi In f Jtedidnot 'k .ouih " lace; who would no doubt bo a roan bad been sufficiently punished. The conduct ourselves iu such a manner schools notified lv card where to victim was fined one cent without holHawtllman. Try It If not Mii'hflrd i.ltli after their own heart. results Money refund, d No narcotic, mi that she may always be proud of us. costs." mini ral poisons In It Safe and irrtaln. NVvr le uoo.i!ul cure LaGrlppe. The success of our display, as far ttinpnclnts Om tal to day. I.izzn: C. Walker Cli'ii. Tin: Ti'ic a bottlo homo At uoon Friday, last, John W. a the actual work of the student is the South seceded and When peo-w- ho Mackay, the Bonanza King, of Cali concerned, will be determined by the 11 ui)isnrii(.'. claimed the services of her sous, who ioruia, was shot in the back on the a Mar. 1. Miss Jennie Warfield, of quality of that wink: and it's earnestbelieved she was right, Simon Bolistreets of San Francisco by a crank. Cloverport, is in town the guest of ly recoiuciuled that teachers allot to 9 var Buckner threw down a commisThe wound is not thought to be eeri-ou- s one pupil but a single subject. No sion in the Federal Army and joined Miss I.elia Scott. murderer is a The would-b- e John T. Hoben has opened a 11 wit one ncs.d tb be restricted to a single-HIS. ALICF He was a brave soltho Rebellion. man of seventy, named little store on the corner of Main and thing: but it will be found best, ow"J etf.j . dier and not afraid to bare his bosom W. C. Rippey, formerly of Cincinna ing to want of time, to select those iu defense of what he thought to be Louisville Streets. who arc to take up each branch and He at once shot himself, it is ti. Miss Ella Smith leturned home His conduct at Fort Done!-soright. have the subject assigned dwelt upthought fatally. was such as to win, uot only the last week from n visit to Rowland on studiously, with painstaking, and at Springfield. ' John Dixon, of Blackshear, Ga., respect, but the admiration of all Smith's finallj writiui ont on the prescribed Mr. Jesse Wliitworth who has been who has just finished a year's sen- however much they may differ from paper or drawing fount in the very in firSPf- - . ' '. As a citizen since the confined to his bed for several weeks best jKJssiblc style. In examination "M tence for illegal use of the mail, has him iu belief. with fevers is improving. exercises, of course the most advanbeeu elected Justice oi the Peace in war he has beeu quiet and unassumla r ol Frank Felix, of Hartford, and ced pupils can be required to answer ' . J. When he came home ing and as a Governor was popular his district. 317; is d sil oi' one month ago from the pen he was the best the State has had in a score Messrs. Chapce Wnthcit nnd James a few test questions on every branch, .- nfeCss fc kiU-" Lewis of Uraudenburg, were the visi- as in the exaniinaion of teacher or met at the depot by a procession and a or more of years.John Young Brown, during graduates. IIae the pupils write on Verily it is n greater during the war, did nothing for ting Attorneys, at the bar, brass band. his paper every question put on the South, which he Circuit Court. honor in Georgia to serve a term in the causa of the ' it, as L. before answering Hev. L. 15. Campbell began a scries board pretended to espouse, but to stay is in Kenstriped breeches than, it t the whole work must appear on the ii v to be a member of the Legisla-ture.au- d at home, and he is only remembered of meetings at Webster last Saturday, tucky, A. Deoi). ppsisohm if lie will begin a protracted meeting at sheets intended to be bound for dis-as having had nn existence through why shouldn't it be? ILv that stormy period by the well known this place, on the third Sunday in play. The names of pupils, their beThe argument of the saloonist that assertion that Union men, who at- March. He will be assisted by Rev. ages, the school to which they long, etc, must apjieiir on the pipers wc should have open saloons in order tempted to leave the State, should Iu Ross. It is to be hoped that they prepared. is shot down like dogs.He has a record iu will have abundant success, especial- to do away with the blind tigers where sin abounds, ly in this place An important part of the display not warranted by the facts in the the Federal Cougress.not distinguishwill be the photographs of school ' for the reason that be assumes ed for its statesmanship, nor its prucase, Our Capital city will Ikmh thchamls buildings. The procuring of these .MEETS ALL DAILY that the saloons will drive out the dence, but when lie was elected Gov- of our friends, the enemy, on the must devolve upon the school officers blind tigers, which is not true. ernor ull of us, irrespective of party, fourth of March. In the gieat demon-strntio- nnd teachers, nnd other public spirited which will occur at that citizens of each county. Where There is illicit selling of liquor in had considerable pride in him, be theie Tie is so l.pmwie Ar in whisky counties as well as prohibU cause ho was from the "I'ennyiile." place at that time, our army of Ken- is a resident photographer, as in tion counties, and every man with a But that pride,iu view of hischeckered tucky Colonels will bear no mean towns and cities--, his services can be )w-ensbo- ro part. Democracy will then have full secured to photograph the thimbleful of brains knows it. school career as a Governor, has about ebb' TO ALL. control of this government. If the buildings in such places, nn ecitniu ed away, and we folks of the "Penny-rile- " 7 w " w signs of the times point to am liiing, representative ones in the country: Tin: great handicap surprise race begin to wish that tho Blue Tmple-Your- s they show that Mr. Cleveland will at- and the expense ought to be small, between Mr. Cleveland and Mr. Hnr Grass had still retained the gubernatempt to give us a clean administra rison will doubtless be called a tie.Mr. genera-ily- . The small caliber of tion, In this, however, he will meet even where the artist will not con torial horns, Harrison began by appointing a Demthe man always so apparent in his with stieuous opposition from a large tribute this muih towards innking ocrat Justice of the Supieme Court to ol the display. ALIKE. career has been rendered still more portion of his own party. Hut be this this a great featuie tho surprise of everybody. Cleveland Note this especially . Send the negapparent by his recent as it may, if we have not mistaken ative in every instance to the Louisnan ? I i m forged up with Gresham and fol-- -, Jinn iini iiiiii q v. y H : n.7 C7VJVVVI ness, and few there be who pity him the character of Mr. Cleveland, we VWMI .Mi A M ville office, nnd that as soon as pos- S JH lowed his lead with a half dozen iu his present unenviable plight, iu may thank our stars that the Southsible. The photograph, as has beeu other surprises, and now Mr. HarGiven to the Traveling which ex. Governor Buekuer's opeu ern Confederacy will not again be in determined this week ought to be one rison makes good even by appoint' Wo the saddle. letter has so effectually placed him. of two sizes wijl!. ing Hanchett to Judge Jackson's looking size, 5xS inches. The management A couple of suspicious It has truly been a former place. Hold 1'rciiiliiiiiN. citizens giving their names as King will use them to the best advantage. great race, and tho politicians are To Tin: 1'u.mi:ks. With the view and The Commissioners have decided Jenkins were arrested last Saturdoubtless glad it's about over. of encouraging thetobacco crop, which day by Deputy U. S. Marshall, C. L. that the time for preparation ought A Swtntifie Machine matJc on a Scientific Prin-njii- e A is the money staple of this county, S m their cost n tloen times a year. It is is generally understood that a we have decided to offer a premium Fate, and lodged in Jail on a charge to be extended to the 20II1 of March. It to lobjohn Mussleiuan, The photograph must be r ..loppy. petition which, has beeu circulated of TKN dollars in gold for the best of attempting A child can operate it. who attends to the tanks on the L. II. sent em Her, however, r.s indicated " about town praying tho privilege of a ten pounds of Hurley tobacco, also, cc W. R. R, It appears that MussleSend for prices and discounts. ;,.... above. Where nt ail practicable, vote to ro establish saloons in Hartthe same amount for the same sample iuan was at the tank below 39 Murray St., NI-have the work for each county sent YORK. in the discharge of his duties, ford, will be presented to the County of Rtd I'ryor tobacco, grown in Ohio it being dark, when he became awaie in one package, by the County wr . , ' Court Monday, ami nn order for an county in the year ol 1893, and with Address Dr. A. D.Jamcs, of the presence of two men, one of iJL. wm...J election made. Tho majority of our the aid of the "Homestead Tobacco whom had laid hishandouMusslciu.iu Oflice of the Woild's Fair Commisasrr !$ n1 ("rower." The samples to be exhib- and inquired if be had any money. sion, I.oui: villc, Ky. people do not want the saloons and When the ited at our store after maturity mid The pay train had just made its trip package cannot be sent by mail, ex-It'JUIWKII, or int I.KH'JU will be recorded in a mantheir votes Staiemsnt of the Condition over the road nnd all employees had ii villi' ciucii in :i iu-ii.i . iac.t ner not to be misunderstood by him curing of the crop. The time to be been paid off. Mussleiuan believed ess charges will be paid at Louish) HiliiihilstiTlii;- - Jr. IIiiIim'i' or tiii:- made known through the county pawho would fain enrich himself on from the actions of the parties that ville. olili'li pers. That the quality and quantity they hadsomesinistermotiveiu view !t e.iu Uitfltiu l.i 'MM- - ol In or niltpoen''ti Many who signed tho All Schools of the State, except lie," therefore, quickly hid his money ,, orli i.orl i In, I, Willi.,, ii r Ifiiimi,.,!,. 01 petition did so solely because there of this crop can be advanced, perdoing so, he led the men to those foi directive children, will occu I'lillilil. ltlalioliilili liu iilo-mi'l will ii '..., t has been a whina hero ever since haps 50, or even 100 hundred per and iu u py contiguous space and make one l III llll Ill all I s,ui,) III i, Hhrllier the getting out his pi. Prohibition was voted in tho county, cent, by the judicious use of the believe that be was they quickly va- general Urn t'lOMt ol lliisluehN, Jim. ti'id Is i nimlirfiiiu ilrii.Uiinriiiiiihslixiicttiiik. revolver, wlieieupon chibit, grouped according to It liifclieinKKin Inn that if Hartford had an opportunity "Homestead" unquestionable, cated. When arrested they gave it out clashes. is ":r.v 7, ISD.'I. e,ii, nmlllie. irjeiiioii nricvt eiirK his lollnwisl- ltii.-rshe would vote whisky back ngaiu, as will be attested by numbers of that they were selleng 11 liquid to As nils. The fj"!!!!! mite liiiminl will, tho and these very men will vote for our best fanners, who have for years clean metals. Whether they are guitly IIESOUIICES. ieeiri,'. It lueoiie. auniliT linpunllillliy tor llm nic luwlqnn'itcib for Prohibition as they have always exfov as charged or not, any community 870.011.82 Iliiiiirupullti In exll. funs v'linrnleeil, is Hills dincounted been using it. We take pleasure iu Tho chances are that C.Utsoy ic Co. pected to do. would do well to get rid of them on I'ro'Jnce. Uenlestato. . . . ol iirlleul.iririii. Aillie.sli UUI.Ii. 3,000.00 if it should by any event, referring the public to Alex. Wright, general principles. the vote, ioj i:v.sl'i:ci."iu tutt ,m.m. Furniture nnd fixtures. . 1,000.00 Miittl.UhlK, v.v.n feJ, carry would bo nugatory, owing to tho Robert Hummer, J. Ham Miller, Latuh. They were acquitted on exUunils and Hank Stuck . . 1,311.07 fact that tho law under which it is George II. H.irnes, I.avega W. I locker, nmiuiug trial. Mussleiuan failed to A ko(1 reliable man with team to Debts in suit 713.64 proposed to take the voto, was not J, Wilson Kowe, Alfred Ashby, Jno. identify them. Cash on I111111I Twenty-fiv- e crop on blmics. or thir14,117.78 (J;. constitutionally passed. Cash in other Hauka : 1 r ( j . ty ni'ies of near Owens- 17,280.08 I. Foster, Jo. Foster & Hro., A. C. lioio, Ky, Ucferenccs. Kllis and many others too numerous Apply nt First-clas- s It will bo remembered that Hon. to mention. It is very evident to ev. $108,305.40 Miss Sata Collins, member of the this oflice or mlilress C. F. McCrr- C. M. Pendleton, our former high- ery observant farmer that n good fer- late firm of Oibkon, Collins ec Co., is loll, 1. O. box, Mj, MA.BIl.lTim owenv-ar- o, ' n.. ..!... i .......i. ly esteemed townsma'u, was compelled tilizer is needed for tobacco, because one of Ohio county's best niul most Ky. DonwHs few weeks ago to resent the con- the virgin soil has been exhausted meritorious women. She is cultured nnd a 72J8O8B is Dividends 18.104.22.168 nn The suspicion had. some how or tinued insults of a discourteous bill and the supply of barnyard manures refined, nnd possessed of a sunny us. Due other tinnaiil Hunks 4.30 is limited, therefore the tobacco crop temper nnd niuiablu disposition that other become current that Ferguson, collector by knocking tho bill collecExchange 413.01 tor through a glass door, for which must be abandoned or u fertilizer sub- makes her n general favorite. Miss who is in j.iil for rape, was trying to JsJq extl'Jl Cliai'0'e 101' uimiviiieii rrouts 4,340.73 Mr. Pendleton was acquitted. Tho stituted. We heartily believe that a Stra, as we all prefer to call her, will cut out and make his cseipe, nud V. & Critie commenting on the affair makes tnte tobacco fertilizer is found in the control the Millinery Department of II. M.iuy and Man.Inl W. V. Thorn-a- s 8108,395.49 were deputized to search the jail "Homestead" nnd that the producing the firm of Carson & Co., nnd we bethe followiug pointed remarks: r.Aiunstli.it A dividend ot $ 1.00 per 'elinro is Needing n toslo nrehllilren uatit btilMlng up, ilinul. inks s. "Tho ubiquitous bill collector will of n superior article of tobacco is the speak forherthe same uiarken success, for saws snd tools, but nothing was now duo nud jmynlilo on domain!. imowiv'rt learn a thing or two after while. One best paying crop for sntnll farmers, which has ehaiacteried her whole found but a small piece of iron and It is plenum In tnku, eures .Miliaria, Iiultgei j ti, K. COX, PltlMlDKNT. altogether harmless, Uon, unit lllllotuiicf k. All dealers Lcep It, business career, 011 n few acres of laud more that of them, who collects for a cigar store because Hartford Republican was given a much needed lesson n few use dollars can be made in tobacco than any other crop. We hope to get the attention of the good fanners to this matter, believing that it will be to the material intciestof uitrscivcs and for it must them, be reiuein- bcred that the tobacco crop ha grow u to enormous proportions the annual We invite product, $400,000,000. farmers to call on us and we will be pleased to talk with them on this subject. We will furnish in small (pun- dities for plant beds or gardens or in as large quantities as may be onlcied. Call on, or address, Hock Kit & Co. Heaver Dam, Ky. EDUCATIONAL EXHIBIT. head-foremo- st ' 00. 1 Tht iJir r&anci of tlii'CPiisumiHlto Is utus ly t.iU (in w he WO j pomn.n - liuns" bops now 1 mmy never return r niivo- - ur. i enner a .is t liolUmltFlLftal.-elu 5 ilmp ilosrs nn a ' f mall lump of ujar euro in two hours, , 1 ' ernes Co sic MP- - ' Tins. It has been Ktlgmntlzcd ni a "euro nil." ThatM unjust. It claim to euro lutono ilNcnsc, Tit: INFLAMMATION. Hut th.it appcnrlnc In fo many f r in mikis n Icuigllstof names. It etrta...ly 1 oks lllsoa Wc' Jump from corns ami felon to rrn mnptlon. Hut c.ichitlnllanim.ulon, ami lurutuinatiuii no morothrlo under thcappllcat on of this nmeily Uian potato hu xi ean under parls green It kills It. It no Inttamnutlon then there would to nj , ecnu!Mtton: arrest It and you arrest tbo consumption. Mr. S. I, Ampbleti.c Icirmont. South lukoi.i writes: "I nn a well man and cannot siy enoiiRh In pralso of Oolden Relief. Took It as itlrrcted. In tua wcU. cough had ecaeil and throat trr.ill." of yan Man. lire dlu)-pearei- l. Th Golden 11, lief Ucll )oncIn'n for .d, rf. cures 'ThUis It I emildMlofo't- the hr'ef talc of a man lul.ad h,ul the "heft a Hi s'i ana was almut 1 tj'ie :hi' Irst ehuur- - " instead of "(Jolnc outh ' htf un luduceU to uto &JusCJf2iii,fC3 (iiii'il u wl In On have my health iiio MILUInIvaY ap-pl- To-d- And i.o.( VrSiYDAYS wi,l otter my entire line ol goods, consisting of everything kept in husiness this kind at cost, or wi!' sell Anyone whole. desiriir; prolitahlo eng.ige thiskind, will do roll and examine mv stock. S ' , Mill! iih ii gray-haire- d All saleable. Thanking the pfe have liheraily potronied me, t am, esp'v, SURD. u II tijggmaian ?AllMEltS! mors The undorsi.rnc( takes pleasure au "i nonncing to the that he oing this country kinds ' A ST LIME r:rf(JKXK!AL IILACKSIMTHIXUJ. -- 1 i.i- at lair and dn .prices. at this place for confidently refers to his work j j CASEBISR'S 'BUS u Asa testimonial of his skill and honesty. a. dealer OjNHES EOFtlCJ 1 and Steel Tlows, Corn Drills, Wagons, Wheat Drills. l).n,.i Machines, Buggies and Farming nionls truly, -- Ihiled the lnf .9ti.i i" & 't 'i'ims .... naHuii ll AGOTS "iw,w n.. "lfiSSSa!sas,T ""DEALERS Gall on Glen-dean- e, pi good saddle horse, Sprimv wagons and teams, Easy ridesto JB.Dam, Uuggy horses and harness. you can got In ir for hau 'JACK FROST FREEZER. 75 i J CJEA..C I'.-- m 30 SECONDS blood-mone- Everything pronr pt ly and Eight low in prices. we always have Nice rigs hire s, !i llimi-in- .t il - I HARTFORD r J I nay or night for Both rich and poor, ' u.-.u- Iu d ' i dor all circumApple Trees. stances. apple Hough or g od roads trco at tho Beaver Travel all the same iDun. 4,iiis ry, for 10c On our 'Bus Line and apiece. Call on Respectfully, Chick Co. baggage. iii. iiij-rnn- V HI I IB. V Wc wfuit'yoitr produce. PERSONAL Sttat.ns & CotxiNS. FAIR BROS. AN EARLY SPRING Is predicted by all the weather prophets, local, official and laymen. so too and bought our first installments of They are now arriving every day and will be open and ready for If you want tion, approval and delivery. Very early. high novelties you will find them. have them too. you want plainer but fashionable styles, Yours Business. For FAIR BROS. & CO., Hartford Temple of Fashion. n. xa IH & m. v. 'it-"3H3- ? r. r. .. l CVvrfi Z9i?w l.hWK ItKlVKII DIM. TUUN .HIN() WEST. -- n S, Mill uniM'spr"' ro. 7, l.linrtl KiTi No.C, Mail , No. ni.il 12.10 ..... .11. Mr. m. r., ruu.N- - iiiii.Nn K.S1 . I,linllnlKxr. Ktp. S.A. :i, 1893. FRIDAY, MAifUll Pace is the b ubor. Lunch at P'resh fish Si.v-ii- s & Collins'. & Collins' at Stevens l!r.y your Shoes ntSchnpmire's. llr'ing your produce to Carson & Co. See our G. A. R. suits.a't Kair Uros. & Co. For cheap Flour' call on Hoover & Collins. Karly Rose Collins. Ktatoes nt Stevens & V Trade at Kahn's Clothing House for bargains. You can get the best meals at the Commercial. When attending Commercial. Court stop at the Cheapest greccries in town at Stevens & Collins. Fair Uros & Co. feathers, eggs, etc; want nil your Stevens & Collins enlarge their stock every day. 6 spools, O. N. T.,for25c, at Kahn's Clothing House. Face will give you an easy shave or n nice hair cut. " Hargaius in ladies' Uros. & Co. fine shoes nt Fair For anything in the tousorial line call on II. C. Pace. Trade with Fair Uros. you will save money. &Co. nnd Fair Uros. & Co. will save 20 per cent, on your spring bills. Little Miss Cecil Williams, who has had a slight attnet of pneumonia, is improving. If parties owing mc respect accommodation, let them come nnd pay up. Kesp'y, L. I'. Wccrnkk. When you come to town Monday put your horse with C. L. Field where he will have good attention. Remember that Fair Uros. & Co. will open in a few days the largest line of dry goods, clothingevcr shown in Hartford. John J. McHenry is solicting subscriptions for a new bank at Fordsville. The organization will be effected soon nnd the bank will fill a long felt want' in this rising little city. Ike C. Adair, of Hawcsville, is to be cashier. Henry Levy, ofllcda, was in the city Tuesday, I Inrry Jackson, Kocknort. was in town Monday. Everybody talks ugniust me. Why? Jno. M. Hudson, Heaver Dam, because we.sell the goods nt Knltu'n caiietttoscc us iiicsuny. Clothing House. Marshall Mills, Harnett's Creek, Wilson Galloway, one of the Col- called to see us Tuesday. lege students, left, for his home MonHosea Shown, one of lieda's rising day to begin work on the farm. young men called to see us Tuesday. F. M. Westerfield, of the Hartford hen you are in town next week attending Circuit Court stop with V, House, went to 'uUuavillu Saturday. M. Westerdeld at the Hartford House. Mrs. J. A. Wedding nnd little daughTUITION FOK TEUM OP TEX EEKS. ter, of Horton, called at our office J do not wish to make n lyre out of We In Primary Department Sa turday. $:j.7r myself, so I tell you where you can In Intermediate Department Dr. Alva Jones, of Deanefield, was 5.00 find clothing nt Knhn's Clothing in the city yesterday. Owcnsboro affections. In High School Department G.25 House. Messenger. The farmers nrc busy burning plant-bed- s In Collegiate Department preparing to raise n large crop 7.C0 Miss Fannie Casebier is visiting Thomas Maple nnd Miss Alice V. mis year. j. d. C. Uoard in private iainilies from 2.00 to $2.25 per week. Ambrose, lieda were married yester- Rev. J. T. Cascbier's family at'Rock-por- t . this week. IMH'KI'OHT 1TKMN. day evening. May happineness be Mar. 1. Frank Casebier, of Heav-c- r Rev. II. C. Truman, Fordsville, theirs. Wo have Courses of .Study to suit all and very decidedly guaranfee satwas in the city yesterday. Owens- Dam, spent Saturday and Sunday We must cordially c.Ntend our in- ooro .Messenger. isfaction to all earnest students. Srnd for circulars for further information, in the city. vitation to nil to visit us nnd examJnmes Hudson, Point Pleasant, Miss Sarah Woodburn, of LouisE. It. KAY, Presideutj DORA E. GIBSON, Vice Pres. spent Tuesday among his many ville, is ine our mammoth spring stock. nmoiig her many friends. friends in town. IJAM Jliios. & Co. inspecMiss Agnes Herald has been very Miss Dora Gibson, of the Heaver ill for the past two weeks. hen you come to town, don't forMaster Charlie Lay ton, who is get that .. Wayne Griffin & Hro. arc Dam high bdiool, was at home Saturday and Sunday. attending school nt Heaver Dam, headquarter for nil kinds of Drugs, Miss Ora Harnett, Xo Creek, who spent Saturday and Stationery, Hooks, Oils, Paints &c. Sunday at home. has been visiting friends at Rosine, ! "Alfred Heiinett, Hopkiusville, was returned hoine'Sumlav. Mrs. Mary Kllcu Jones, a highly in town Sunday night on special Mr. Pete Moslev, one of the foremost respected lady of the No Creek neigh-bo- i wo hood, died Friday and was buried farmers of the Westerfield country, called to see us Tuesday. Hary Moore, of Paradise, passed in the Carson gr.ive-yarSaturday. Jo. H. Sanderfur, one of Ohio through town Sunday en route for Or, C. M, Heavrin, Uaskett, nnd county's best fanners and stock-me- n Hartford. Miss Ada Cox, Stanley, were married made ouroffice a pleasant call Monday. Miss Fannie Casebier, of Hartford, Misses Myrtle 'Tinsley and Dee is visiting Misses last Thursday. A long nnd happy life Casebicrs and be theirs, is the wish of the UlU'Uli- - Sharp, of the Washington neighborWades. hood, were in town shopping TuesI.ICAN. day. Mrs. McDaniel is visiting her 1 Mrs. L. V. Iney visited the fain- - daughter, Mrs. Tnylor, of Hartford. All of my clothing was bought for Miss Ida Godby, who has been vis cash nnd will be sold for cash that ily of her mother, Mrs. Tichcuor, the first of the week. iting Mrs. Hinson, returned to her is why I cm gfte you a bargain in Attorney J. A. Smith visited his home in Ceralvo last week. new clothinir. at Knhn's Clotliimr ! father's family near Mcllcurv. Mou-- . House. Miss Minnie Wilson, of Nelson day and Tuesday. Creek, is the guest of her cousin, Miss A new CatholicChurch isjust about Pleasant Miss Jessie Moseley, completed in the New H.iymus neigh Ridge, was the guest of Capt. Cox's Georgia Kimbly. JF. Will King, of Paradise, spent the borhood. So farnswe nrc informed family the first of the week. Col. Lcm McHenry, of Louisville, afternoon in Roekport Monday. is the first nnd only church of that it and Mr. John J. McHenry, of HartVZX'UMiJ Monroe Herald, of Hopkinsville, denomination ever in the county. ford, ate in the city. O.vensbDro spent several days with his mother best-o- n Messenger. I understand that some coon friend last week. W. M. Fair, of Fair Uros. & Co., of mine has been telling that I nm BUTDan Gibbs, of Rochester, who has going out of business nt thit place. started Monday to Cincinnati and nrawn the Kust to buy a Mammoth spring been for quite awhile, we Ilefotc I go 1 will make an assign- stock for his popular Trading Place. are glad to note, filled his regular apment first. Kaiin's Thaw: 1'ai.ach. m The report comes that Miss Clara pointment on corner of Main and When you come to Court don't for- Denton who left school here two Mill Sts. Sunday. get that we keep a good line of groJames T. Gains is at home, and one weeks ago, attempted to commit suiceries nnd will sell them cheap. A cide last Friday at her home in Rob-nrd- face, nt least, is very bright. good supply of nails just received; by shooting herself with a pisPhillip Tinsley, assistant come and see for yourself. tol. The indications arc that there is has gone to Central City Haiku & Asut.i:v. a man in it. for a visit of ten days. Miss Laura Casebier, who has been Charles Waltrip, one the students Rolla Sunder1) and Lutn Morgan two of the College, left Monday for his rather tough young bloods of Fords- ill of grip, we are glad to note, is rap-idl- y improving. home in Daviess county. It will b ville filled themselves on hard cider remembered that he was crippled last Saturday night and proceeded to Wc understand that one of our most some weeks ago while wrestling and the house of Jsaper Huff where a promising young men will leave in a he has not yet recovered from the af- dance was in progress and forthwith short time for fects of the wound. HARTFORD, KY. began cutting right and left with their ' Mr. Morris and family are newcomknives without any apparent provoca- ers to our town, and will reside in the Charley Hradley, the gentlemanly Trade with Carson & Co. and popular young man fiom near tion. Several persons were cut, and Win. Martin house. Also, Mr.- - Gordon and family have located in the one badly. The boys were tried MonBargains for ladies in fine dress Greenville, nnd who attended school day in the Fordsville Police Court and London homestead. They formerly here several months ago, sent in Jus goods at Fair Uros. iS: Co. in default of bail were lodged in jail lived at Karlington, Ky. subscription to the Rni'Uiu.iCAN MonFor first class' Kigs or Saddle Horses day. Charles, here's to The Haptist Church has called the you, a long here Tuesday. After a two hours stay call on Cnsebier it Hurton. in the jug Sanders was bailed out. Rev. Henry, of Muhlenburg county, life and much success. to preach for them. We hope that he Hoover & Collins will soon move Nmiiliiy NrlioiiN iiimI Cliiirrhos. Flsewhere in this issue will be will be successful. into Tom Morton's old stand. mi:tiioi)ist. found the "ad" of Carson & Co. The new Presbyterian Church is Opening services and prayer by S ive your money by buying your Read it nnd profit by it. They are nearly completed, and will be dedclothing from Fair Uros. & Co. among our most worthy young busi Superintendent. Opening hymn Xo. 869 Revive us icated in the early spring. This will Jo. II. Sanderfur has sold twenty ness men anil me trading pitimc can be quite an addition to our town. Again. depend on them at all times. We acres of his farm to W. l We understand that a vTown Hall Officers nnd teachers present, n; wish for them the success their pluck Don't fail to see Fair Uros' ciCo's nnd energy merit. absent, 5; scholars present, 77; ab- with a Mosonic Lodge room over it, mammoth stock of spring goods. will be built soon. It is a much sent, 35, C. II. Hamilton, who has been conCash on hand last Sabbath, $19.80; needed improvement. Landreth's Kxtra IJarly Peas, in nected with the Haaar during amount paid for literature, $14.80; reThe trustees will build a new bulk, nt 'A, Wayne Griffin & Hro. his stay in Hartford, is one of our mainder, $5.00; collections, S1.03; to- school hall this year. You will do well to leave your Horse most deserving young men. He has tal; $6.03. Sam.vi: and UiyrsYi:. with Casebier & Hurton next Mou- - won many lasting friends while here Opposite Citv Scales. tB. $RIVER, Maiiager. m a Rev. Mrs. J. S. McDaniel, of Rock-por- t, J.y. We do work as cheap as anybody, quality considered. Repairing, and and it is the sincere wish of nil that was present and heard the class I. P lHkNAHD, I'reM. Jxo. 11. IUkh, Cn.hier epaiuting done promptly. Give us a call. BUGGIES FROM $35 UP. For conveyances to and Heaver Dam he may find employment here and of Mrs. L. Collins in her absence.. still be one of us. We can't get leave your orders with Casebier & Miss Sallie Cate and Miss Of the Condition of the along without Charley. Hurton. lunma I lines were welcome visitors. Miss Agnes Craig, of Owensboro, visWhat does the Truth say? Why, Frederic I). Losey, the great elocu Kahn's Clothing House has Tin: tionist, will be nt the Court House in ited in Pror. Ringo's class. Miss Tu 's clothing. Hartford, Monday night, March, 13. la Pendleton was present in Mrs. class, after being absent for He is highly rccomended and the enLook out, girls! Kahn's Clothing s through- some time, House will get you for a new hat tertainment will be Several new students names were out. Tickets will be on sale, Thursday, this spring. At the Close of Business After singing Match, 9, nt Z, WayucGriffin &Hros. ndded to the records. December 31,1892. s For anything usually kept inn hymn No. 909, school was dismissed and Williams Hell &Co's. drug stores. drug store, call on 'A. Wayne Reserved seats, adults, 3,sc nnd by Prof. Ringo. 50c. Griffin &. Hro. IIAl'TIST. RESOURCES. children under 12, 25c. Reserved seat A very interesting, prayermeeting Notes and Bills $02,723.49 If you want the best steel plow in on sale at Williams Hell & Co. 3,000.00 The occasion Real Estate last Thursday night. the market, fully warranted, call on Our jovial foreman, Mr. S. A. was only the more interesting' by the Furniture and Fixtures. . 1,500.00 Williams Uros. Anderson, is taking a weeks vaca- very feeling talk delivered by Dr. Cash on Hand and in other Banks 2G.03l.22 All of my new millinery will be in tion visiting friends nnd relatives Coleman, that day being his sixty-sixt- h by the 15th of March, at Kahn's in Ownsboro and Illinois. Sam has birth day. . $93,254.71 Clothing House. been closely confined in our Job DeIncreased interest in Sunday School. LIABILITIES. partment through the past year and Pupils present; 68; teachers 8; visitSee Fnir Uros. & Co. if you want a Capitul Stock 825,000.00 nice spring suit; they nre the cloth-icr- s we hope he will enjoy the outing. ors 3; total 77. Reserve 1,293.14 He will be back fiesh from his trip, Miss F.iniua Fair, from the young of Hartford. 5,250.00 Monday ready to put up for our cus- ladies' class, responded with a very Surplus Fund Duo other Banks 402.93 H. V. D. Corsets tomers all kinds of Look out, girls! Job work, cheap beautiful solo. Some member of Prof. Deposits 61,308.64 will catch you in ten days, nt Kahn's and on short notice. Shultz's class next Sunday. Clothing House. $93,254.71 Dr. Coleman gave out some very The Indies and gentlemen of Heaver Subscribed and sworn to before me Remember the Commercial you Dam will present a play entitled, iuterestiim questions to different classthis January 3d, 1893. will find a good table, clean roo ins "Among the Hreakers" nt the Heaver es. SlIKLllY TAVLOR, D. C. O. C. and polite attention. C1IIUSTIAN'. Dam Church Saturday night, March On last Sunday eve it was our good In submitting this we beg to state If you want to borrow money come 11, for the benefit of the Masonic pleasure to visit 1 " this school and it that our business has steadily grown 4" to the Clothing House nt Knhn's. Hall. All who heard their play "The was found to be flourishing. Though each mouth siuco our opening, and You can have nil the cash you want. Last War' n year ago realized there not so large as some of the other by the most careful, watchfulness and Dealer in Horses, Buggies, Carriogus, Road Carts, Owensboro Wagont was 110 little theatrical talent in the " a strict observance, ofthe principles of All of my spring ginghams go for troupe presenting it, nnd n treat is 110 schools it is full of good work 011 the the most conservative Bankiug, we JS9"StttIdlo or Harness Horses forsalo or hire at all times.ttt one week, only, nt 8jc n ynrd, nt doubt again in store for the public. part of both theachers and pupils. hope not only to extend our acquaints Members present, 16; visitors 19; mice, but to prove oursolvea worthy Knhn's Clothing House. Admission 2Scts and iscts. Doors total 35. tho confidence that is being so liberal open nt :3o. If you want your Goods hauled ly reposed in us. from Beaver Dam leave your orders NI'AM.IIV A few years, ago when Mr. S. W. We are hero to accommodate the Feb. 27. As I have never read a people, each and every business, with Cnsebier & Hurton. Anderson moved to Owensboro he left letter in your valuable paper from We are always chock full of the the Ua.aar in charge of those two ex- this place, I will write one if you will courtesy shall be extended to them, but in no case shall safety bo sacricellent nnd business-lik- e young ladies, nllow me the space. best nnd freshest Groceries. d Is it postlble a Top Buggy with Dash Hall, Seat Rail, Handle, Health in our community is good ficed for friendship or to obtain busMisses Hertha Gibson and Sara lNmli Anil wutiit Cakso.v & Co. iw wiuiua wiu Cfiitlfr rlna I fn nlmiu nnna I iness. John H.Barnbs, Cashier. 'r w "WPti who assumed the unique name nt present. May their lives be as bright as the day Wc do first-clas- s work in our shop. of Sara & Me. The venture was a on which they were wed, is the wish Dick Williams has had 25 years ex successful one nnd the great populariof the writer. perience. Wif.mams Hhos. ty the house had obtained under the Miss Gertrude Mills, of near Heda, direct management of Mr. Anderson Ohio county, visited the family of Dr. When we say the Vulcan iron Iwani wns fully maintained under its new L. T. Cox, a few days last week. Airs. P. Harris, R. L. Britton aud is the best, you will find it correct by management. Their success was a The farmers have about finished ?)C monument to the efforts of intelligent delivering their tobacco. WiTliave T. F. Dean, M'g'rs and Props. using them. Williams Huos, industrious womanhood, nnd the pro- a good market for all kinds of farm The only randomly built Theater When you want a Chilled plow, get sperity cf .Sara & Me was the pride produce, hence you see the value of CQDS in the city. of the town mud county. After the having a milroad. the Vulcan. See the fine material death of Miss Gibson a year ago Mr. Stanley is a beautiful and flourishThe only Theater playing firstclass Q S used. Williams Uros. have them, C. II. Hnmilton was connected with ing little town on the St. L. &. T. It. the firm and so continued till R., nine miles from Owensboro and is attractions at popular prices. Lndics wanting a nice spring dress the dissolution Situated oil West side oi 4th ave., last week. Ev a good shipping point. There has Write for our New 80 page Catalogue of all kinds of Vehicle. would do well to call and see Fair erybody regrets that the old firm is been an immense quandity of wheat between Wulnut aud Green. Address . , Dros & Co.; they have some bargains, dead, but all are pleased with the one shipped from here lately. i mtnn anrrrnrrinTi'Kr Prices 50c, 25c, 15o and 10c. MVW ' ' tlint nnpnn'ln flip nlil (.Intiil tlila wmL- fnr vnn ....... -. 1 he monotony of our village was -. A CINCINNATI, wnivf & CO. The more you talk the more goodi we M'll nt ii bargain, nt Kalui'n Clothing House. thought broken last Tuesday, by the announce-- 1 ment that Miss Ada Cox, the highly accomplished daughter of Dr. L. T. Cox, would be married thnt evening at 2 o'clock to Dr. C. M. Hcaveiin, of Henderson county. Atthe nppoln-te- d hour the parlor of the bride's father was filled with invited guetts, Where tile CcrcillOllV wns nerfnnnnil by the Rev. U. G. Foot, of Hender son city, in a beautiful and impressive manlier. After congratulations the bridal party left forOwcnsboio, the homeofthe groom's parents, where u table loaded with all the delicacies that the market could afford was spread before them. The next day they left for Uaskett Station.the home of the groom, where they wilt make their future home. The groom stands high in his profession, wjiilc the bride is in every way worthy of his BEAVER DAi HIOH SCHOOL I ' lahers' practical institute. SPRING SESSION OPENS JAN. 3193. I' m ' bus-iues- s. d Early WELL! WELL! Who would have thought it Thought what? That DAN d 1 Props., Improved Chilled Plcws, The very Best Plow made. Also Agent for McCormick Mowing Machines and Hayrakes, Olds Wagons. All of which are the best. TRACY has the AGENCY for the ACME HARROW, the earth, for OHIO and LER Counties. He also has the bridge-watchma- n, him. You will do well to call on Res'y, ." DAN F. TRACY, U-ac- tAAW aa.imjL Beaver Dam &. Fo-gle- first-clas- DEPOSIT BANK fieid. - - fivery Stable BiMES, VEHICLES, CARTS, first-clas- Pi s xs Ny- ji.V -- $37.50 SOUTHERN QUEEN $37,50 Silver-plateA Col-liu- s, Harris Theater, LOUISVILLE, KY. 3!Go .- ,- -... " "VWUt m WS !" nnnivnuinv , "fto Hartford Republican Hov. John II. Itnypll-llnpl- UI Rlnry, clc. llnr. PRACTICAL WOMAN'S RIGHTS. i HAiyriST lUSCOKDKIl, MISKtmAX, MISS. While it is true that the Apostle FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1893. Paul tells the church at Corinth to tho evening, ami tho Tranont street "Covet earnestly the best gifts," we car was crowded. A good mntiy of IRBANK&CO must not take this as authority for tho passengers wero workingmen, The qimlnl old IJrntlrninii. iv JST Ja and thoso who wero fortunate enough llOSTON AVltllTISI5U.J . J- &S. A burglary with felonious intent. L'ivJ to httvo n 6uat, oven if it was n very A friend who has met n real ghost The fact is, that in the latter days narrow one, seemed to lose half tho vciirxL you all s is the object of my deepest envy. Her burglary has become so common that pleasure of it in wntehing tho door story is extremely interesting, and ns it is almost regarded as a science, if ovcry timo thocurstopped. It reached sion she is n remarkably truthful person, not as one of the fine arts, insomuch Eliot street, however, without nu in- oi Lime vosiou of tho fair sex. Then flvo or I do not see why we should deny its that even Baptist churches arc indulcertainly would be far ging a practice that bears a striking nix of them got on board. Tho ma-- ' credence. It will build you flesh of tho new comers wcro young from clever in her to depart from her resemblance in many particulars to jority " pretty nrdof that typo who kcoui and i It 'II, appetite. give you a habit of speaking the truth, to tell n burglarious performances. Can there to make a siieclal study of tho best story that no one is likely to believe; be such a thing ns religious burglary? methods for making tho undo patrons Bcott's Emulflon cure Cough, which seems to me n strong reason If so, shall we take it for granted that of street cars feel uneasy if they old, Contnmptiau, Scrofula and for believing the improbable talc. it isall because itis practiced by relig- happen to bo sitting. all Anaemic and ti?itt!nff Diseases. Ono of tho arrivals, however, was It happened in the winter about ious people? We trow not; lor burglaPrevent wattlr-j-r in cMUren. AN a motherly looking woman, wWe inuot an palatable as milk. Cctontr My friend went to a ry means toenteruotonlynocturnally, five years ago. every featuro indicated that she h . 1 Itic siuUiue. Trcpanx! ly Scott country town in New Hampshire to but covertly mid with felonious inrowno, Chcclsts, Now YorU. 8iM by "a will of her own." visit some people whose acquaintance tent. Now if one church thus enters Several of the jotmg gills had seall DrU3?!cts. she had made during the previous another and takes away her beloved lected tho teats they ULuut to have summer. She found them living in a and useful pastor, to whom nil hearts when they had ogled tl.eir present beautiful old house in the outskirts are affectionately attached, and to- occupants out of them, and one young A Startling OU'or. man with a careworn lw!:, who kticv of the town. It stood in the midst of wards whom nil minds are looking ho was a victim, but did not want to ' The I'r.'.'l'iiui.MS nidi lie Xev Ljiiwiih, V Lnii & ).;i ill 7i, m L. . WMMur, m,B-L-n,a growth of trees that was almost a hopefully for future blessings, what give up tho battle, decided to com- Yoik Tiiliuiiu b.illi one vrar foi -- ,, forest.and everything gave evidence are we to denominate such conduct iiruuubu miner man iicKiiowieuiro ins i SClir.DI'I.K IN KKFKcr MoV. I. Ki'il. j.-- i : No. 31, I, Nn.M, that the, house had been there at least but religious burglary? And this thing defeat. Ho got up and offered his only 81.25. ... WEST IIOl'.NP, iMIIy. I'ally. ' SAS1 My friend was delighted is becoming so common, is done with seat io mo inouieny tooiuiig woman, i a century, , I.oul.lllln Mia. in. cwp. m. $( ' i .ii i ', "SI aInstead of quietly dropping into tho j Tim K::i,r:,.:.:c.w mil The Home I.T. W.t point. ... with the place, which seemed more such impunity, that it is becoming Ml n. III. T..tlp. in JtiitMuji f,iy.t-- . ,HM:-.-- i !tl' tftkaeTitf.l!V:r.-ird&lM,- . vacancy, ns is usual in such rasc3, an I Faun both otic year for only 'i- llruti.lrii'iurjt "Ti'-'-.J .X" .i? . hi. i.;P.m. tf4 V '"' like an old English manor than a unbearable, and hence we are begintho woman turned and wild: lnlnMtfn house in our new America, the land ning to feel that it is high time for vVa'lagLt-aSSfgiiKK In "No, thank you, bir. I am as well 81.23. in. m:ii..iii u, Clinrrporl.. .. Inside were someone to enter a protest against ablo to stand as you are. You had i of impermanent homes. 'Pie V.v.v: :::. .Nr.ud ilir Amiiic.ii rii1 11:11a. m. In III ''lIlWl II.IHIlilllm. quaint, winding passages with unex- such conduct. Brethren ami chinches better keep your seat." Then, warm- - j l.rw.Mrt Fanner lull. om yrti f.H 81. ing up to the subject, r.ho . pected recesses, and the ceilings were should not forget that to win the afU in i. iii. it it i. m. li: Ifli'.l urn SMlt.lll so low that a tall man could readily fections of another's companion is "I cannot understand tlito r.or.,ense 'I'll. i hrrifiu.M'iN .wnl W' ilfTiiikinil af giving up everything to women, r. llni.ttTMUi w. ...,,. 'l No modern improvetouch them. esteemed a grave ofiensc by the laws is if they wero poor, weak creature?, linlli one !'). m gMMBSrSfaR ..m, jc.ir fu.1 on'; ments of gas or furnace had found of the realm. unable to btiind. Hero is a earful of EIST IIOI'M. The Ur.ITilMC.iNullil the .(Vurbo their way there, and the light was ml. Is it not to be deprecated, that our men who have been working hard all ! 7'ISa. 111. 1. i. ill ,'PUyTiHlU'fllW&clIBfl -- IHIIHHI,. , 7o. iMAaj?7rUMfM furnished by lamps and even candles. pastors are becoming so portable, and day and want a nst c:i their way Journal buili inn ciir mi iinl HQffiffiKQBiSlH mil Dm, I. iM.rn Km Hi1 home, but they are nuyposc.l to give RWflMlw'IriSBwB The first few days of my friend's visit our pastorates so short lived? Tins U'i :t r.' !cx iiimI ilie (Vm" ........ l.o..-.iB,nwNlW'49VlfV9Vvfl tM B'!f fcj4joi!HlJTi up their teats to a lot cf yoriiy gir?j " WIJHMtin&3ijMMAKM I..H II IHI Villi in a book. seemed like a sojourn up in 1H AiA.in. Now these thoughtshavebeen forciwho liavo uotlih.g to do but sr.unter i i' ta ho'li iiie rnr nr:i'y S2 Ti I'lnviTi"'!! One day she had lingered in her bly suggested by the conduct of our through the .. tores all day lour' and . SI. Hif, iKWllHl?nBjIlliBI iu3 fiin!!PliBlHHRIt,.l.iH maiH.in. This a, j !!.. to bit!, new tubicrlbcu room later than usual, and when she brethren atVicksburg, in your State, have not foi esight enough to go home lyriwituaifinnwiBHinw iMtllCll'll ii.tisn. ..:.;,,., iiii llr.ui.l, .li tu .... "Sr .?v. went down-stair- s the daylight was having recently crept in unawares beforo the ears- become crowded. I and lu ii'i.uiMii'4. Wil IWnt The lamps had not and stolen away one of our best and think it bimply ridieulou.'. It is a, 'iikIiIiic l.vnd Id rMisiiiii;llin. fast waning. I ' JL "! .' p.m r. i.rnp. in. good while unco I K.vo l.o n on n Ui'lll, "" ll .V,.-.yet been lighted, and it was just pos- most gifted preachers and pastors. !.. M ins street cr.rr.t this time of tho day, r.::d sible to move through the winding Truly the Vicksburg brethren did I A Will 111'- .- FaV ' Inlimlii'ie'iiii'li) I'Viplfil) illi iim.i .hi I. ui pnipixe, so far as I am concerned hallways without stumbling. As she "Covet earnestly the best gifts." to leavo the r.c:its to thosu who have It., n llrllniii.rir cr.u.:'.L'ts inlicr nltruclivc iireiu ?1 lt.lljll.1. Fi.rliirilirrlii'nriiinlii 1, ' ln approached the sitting room, which And what makes it the more cruel tho best light to them." li. e, JHii:nri:.i.oi.. ivr Tho young ninn looked confused, a him, limn a dull na Match, hicvele, was entered through a square hall, on is, that, we had enjoyed the valuable t.iii-ri- i v I one side of which the dining room services of our beloved brother, Dr. number of tho older men shook their organ nr ril!' aio "'lereil !'ur a little --" i '-Kep5Eiij.ti r,irs7' ,VJ J heads approvingly, others looked on l lay, an old man came toward her. Boyctt, three short years, which only w-rti'v.rli'iine, by the pub- 3T. D., A. J. SLATON, in wonder, and tho girls for win ' He was of distinguished appearance served to give us some proper apprebenefit tho lemarks were apparently IMcM of WIDE AWAKE. For full & and dressed in the costume of the ciation of his great talents as a preach mado seemed undecided whether to pnrtieulpr, Ore. n! Irits V. F. Kel- Coriif.il) of I. IMiio-lday of Washington. n im i.Htilrl 11 l.i'it. 1, In his hand he er, his efficiencly as a pastor, and his gigglo or pout. They cast longinu lege-- , 1V- V.. ji.m, Ma,. ! Hi 1S In iiroft't.ioiiil to Ilir np, carried a small silver salver, on which ability as a wise counselor, It really ' Etances at tho vacant seat, but not iirtjoiimml vlwininKi-nuttifxntflrn m was a glass of wine. With a courtly seems cruel, that he should be taken cno oi them had tho courage to drop (tlic Or. H"!'"i t'ri"ru.i jaij lCEI'UHLICAN into it. and Ikjw he offered the glass to my friend, away from us, just as he had fully enTho ear stopped.. A young woman napuulica-- i Famiiy Paper nf the United States, who declined it, as she never drinks tered into our work and had become got on board. She looked LcaJi.iii Tribut tho deep wine, and he passed on, while she fully identified with all our State and red cushion, then nt the gals who ; ; !.2o, Cit.i'i in .Id fa lire. For entered the sitting room. She sat denominational enterprises. wero hanging on tho straps, and CENTRAL CITY, KY. musing by the open fire for a few minAlready our people had delighted fceemed unable to understand it. A smilo went around the car, and foi utes, having quite forgotten the old themselves by placing him in nu1.25. R. R. I'AXON, PRDPRITO. man, whom she supposed to be some merous, honorable and influential several blocks tliero was a want seat in n. crowded electric. Boston Has just been ami newly r. vol' v, ..--. i' io h t.it:tv.r.r.i. mil aged relative of her host, when a sil- positions, making him moderator of Herald. '.it ' H Mi o. iiifin- - - nu.,.-- 'I "inU'imi. .in.l liiiln-i- fuini.-hei-l. ver tinkle announced dinner, and her one of the largest Associations in the Gl.ceuil tlif ni4iif Tnu, ('miiiiIv ami 3u'e a d u mreh Nti'i'inl ofciilniro nvr fin lvllnl, Located c!u.-- e to Depot. lli'ilurlng t)ni Slzr. i tllltl uifl-:- l r ..no It of host came to take her to the dining State, and at the same time, making wilh llo, i.hi-- r pa, n.r 1.' iiolti. Yuur mm d lit W have tho authoiity of Edwin ilir Goud meals or first vIiim lunch Hive I'CHsr.f t.nj iMlltil UaiM.i u. iiuui.l room. oil! it. him president of "The Board of Trus- Clieckloy, physieulturist, that men llUMiiwt, ul, .in R""inl .i.t lnin lirillli'u, it u Jon trial. When they were seated she careless- tees," for "The Kentucky Baptist wear corsets frequently when tho ininn trtt ,. for tutinv n creasing size of tho body below the ii'iiiiIm roo:it.u... t.uii.liiI if h i trnin 3011111! ly asked: Ministers Aid Society," which, by I.lir nn! i;'iui tneiiMi.utiiuiurit'-Jwtti.nijlrni- ii V. .. OS "Who is that quaint old gentleman iSIUV.'Vc l the way, is one of the most important belt gives indications of what deck-le- thn- - onlif niiprttlo'''T: if 111111 or - a . . . iirf!l : !'v 1' -- rr. .it.il . ivc alt ilie liuii:iI iiertofilie I). 3. I mildly calk "advancing matur- uoiii.tu ln lnii not I'mp.l i.l or Iiit .iilinlt) I met in the hall a few minutes ago?" enterprises now before the Baptists of Co:.t-.lmt Hi . . .' ' - f ' 1 1 iiml tl'p uillslicil. Ii hJB e '!.e vim's uf f tvi.'ii lunii 111 j. ity." But anybody may get rid of u! K11 ojMiituiiii. .tIlro- - On, Mir Its ilrllcioii C'mn ,Host and hostess looked at each oth- Kentucky. So you must see how that accumulation of fat. which is a hrri'' ul iioine. TliN lK) 1 tl- Ji'...(U...i It 1", ii Ik,t Z..:.:! hil.Vt, llonlutl, r..r "inn! ' irel, nod our Young ImiIki. ri .1 i' L"'llf, ".I'lmm" unJ t'oncr.il ior.'k as ly. er, and the latter pressed her foot and sadly we are bereaved and how sorely dead givo away as to one's age, the Man. IImiiu' im! Snc'i 'y ; :! c n.imiitil I tic tiiliiiiniiiou nf wivtM ami iliiujliter. shook her head significantly. My we have been robbed by the religious physieulturist says. Tho fat gathers U j.,. ...... I poll! it 111 0 and f rti rclicusi , friend saw that she had touched a burglary of our brethren of Vicks- over tho region about the waist 575.00 to ' liri'lintlt a"d Mo:rr;v.:,r. 'jvc: tx' j 'v. It .i.nci.!tu. ul ilcpiriniPiit lnii mi Hiipori'ir ia part of tho body get.) no prrfiiT.l who tu ,n'nf,i 'i that disagreeable topic and said no more, burg. "If it had been an enemy that M1 p J lli it the cu"trv. I: Mat! t !!. IMut" aie rtenffnivil auilinriiy in nil pnrlinf ilir whuit liiut lu td hitin". Snr ltiuiniliti but after they had returned to the robbed us, then we could have borne exercise Tho remedies proposed for'il:in m y Ij prvfit.il'. Aiw xn'Mticir '.in I. A Coti'tL: Lu.iii'iii ti to o.ler thi plenilid .lnuriuil ami Tin emi cii drawing room her host told this it; but it was those, our equal, and away tho fat deposits tiro: first, deep in tmtn flnftfiti-1- . :. 1 JilATil 3.V V IO Ileptibiiciiii fur one' ear story: our friend." How cruel! Hut we will mi slow breathing; second, working 2Mh Hinl Jluin nlM Uichmon. V i. "This house was once the poperty try to console ourselves, as best we the muscles ot tho abdominal region wv "i j of an old physician, an Englishman, can with the comfort that we may be in and out. As to the breathing, the '. Y. TiilniiH'. roflorj ipc por year.. l.0O fat person who would lie thin must vh::i iCU C3 :a gwciiSBgro who lived here with his ward, a little able to derive from the reflection that j 05 Iltirtfonl I!puli'.:ca:i " ' stand erect, place his hnnds upon the M. I.O.N eswill be girl, who was heiress to a large our great loss in Kentucky front of his body below tho wtti-- t .. tate in Hngland.She grew up to be a the great gain of Mississippi. Yhcc-CeJnand bteathoas long and deep breaths S2.'J.-Total beautiful woman and as she had always And now leaving off all hyperbol-ism- , as iiossible, "filling the lungs to their V; 4LM-.sonhad excellent tutors, she was accomwe want to say that no man who lowest extremities." Then exhal 3 the ni:rvi:i;N - ' plished and charming. Her guardi- has ever been in our State for so short air slowly. Do this 10 minutci at .G'JSVILLE ant! mehp: t! .1 may Imiti tit any time. an wanted to marry her, but she re- a time has more favorably impressed time, morning and evening, mil &hM&iW't&l" -"- - ' with " t.v A 1! lies nil utiles to fused, and the servants heard strange nnr upoiiIp nr who lins madL. tnorc !... "" -- . cliangc. FUL'lmAN BUFFET Sleeping Cars' threats from the old man. One day voted menus tnnn Kev. jno. it. novel, i The l'lt of Crt-n-i lr Siiui'l. she died and was buried in dueseason, D. D. Personally we know it to be FHOM AND TO Tho pit of Creus de i 1,01 isvii,i,i:,ni:m,iiis,vtitM,i it but after a while whispers began to true, that he was loved most by those Souci inwonderful bUiL-ts in a sheet Franco is TJO I (hirlfnrtl, ICi'iitticky. r, ii.vvo.v ititji:.iiiui m.w oiit.r. May heaven's of recent basalt on tho south side ot be heard, hinting that she had been who knew him best. tin .Uiirlilx. murdered by her guardian, and finally richest blessings rest upon him in tho Puy do Montehal. Tho opjning -ec; the authorities took the matter up and his new field and may the most abund- is 82 feot in diameter and U3 ftet 1'ui ihc llilffl 11ml .'" ArtUttC ll'oli, The Quick and Desirable Rout: deep, but at that depth a holo about v y ilzd or tt'ie. I'mlmca Zjl. i'lium ordered the body to be exhumed. It ant success attend his labors there; TO AM) fOM G.vtCJ was done, and proof abundant was and to our Vicksburg brethern will 10 teet wide communicates with a Srdaiiil.ltL Nw York I'li'.lm'Hiililu lliiltimorn hollow 70 feet deep, at tho bottom of found that she came to her death by say, you may congratulate yourselves which is a stagnant pool overladen WnliiMtii Nnrfolk MM I'.int fn rnlort Kli'litiiiiiin iiiuii:ii in-vi'-i inn poison, but when they went to arrest upon having been so fortunate in se- with carbonic aeiil which forbids acO-HLr-Tnlc.lii t'lilciiRii !iiilliiiiiipi'll OONT UlflTK!! KNOWN AS. THE d to care for cess to tho water surface. Tho inold man they found him dead, lecting an rinoliituiti l.oiili.lo the Enstorn and Northeastern Toln's killed by.the poison that had killed you. See that you properly care for terior is a vast hollow, apparently mill ,MviiiiliU Vicl.slnir,' Union l!oiiKv formed in the basalt when bcmiflu.d his ward. For a long time the place him. J. S. Com.man', New Orlciiiit Mobile i.ittlii lim-- Iiol , by an explosion of volcanic gas. The was shut up, but finally my father Hartford, Ky. Spring nml jltitt In Wol Tuiii.i't- temperature- falls from 51 degrees although the neighbors all bought it, T .Mlitfipp! ' tea Toxin Arlvnlim Fahrenheit in tho open air to .11 NITI'III'II Nl'IIIM.M. said it was haunted. We have never Rates $ 1.00 per day. 4- 1- itienls 25c- I sjniitli mul iiBWiy FnrijisiiOi'. Ul I I.otiUmmi mid tl.o near tho water. Pittsburg Feb. 25. In my last communicahad any trouble except that occasionDispatch. .SOUTH WISST. Ky. Etift fidi rtitlciica, betttieu Main and the Ilivcr, Ottcii-bortion I said Wayne Johnston, son of ally on the anniversary of the girl's Ni-V, Johnston, was ten years old and I. I,;lit oil WoUoy. T. w ;s. Tho lit o H tlmroiiKlily i'ipiiipvil nnj In c. death the old man is seen in that hall Iii a historical examination tho folSize. conilltlon, und prolilesHii rxrl Pictures In I'wy St'ls that he had gone to five five mouth's A t1k ....a..t.- - if..; JSrrK with a glass of wine. He is never schools and one three mouth school, lowing was written: Wolcey was a CSjfOld Pictures Copied and Enlarged lent arriingcini'iil in tltniMiiid tlirimvl. j:ir . ...i tOSt'l.l'-"- ! famous general who fought in the troublesome merely offers the glass Is tlm time tun! eonvi'iili'mo A kkatl'iik . - ,..u ..,'-- . and in all that time he had missed A SPECIALTY. V ..'.I.cri. tecureil li.v tlm l.uniU-i- l Kxpri'.-- Trillin. and disappears. "Hut" said my but two days from school, which in- Crimean war, und who, after being rcnimn .,,,J It. 1(M Main Strc". decapitated suveral times, said to cr UMlt. Ornulni AV. leaU-Only a muiit ihhk tl IiiilvllluN friend, "suppose I had taken the .S.iHilll. ill) Irt'.Ui.l Ij nu miri.t nf deed he has, making twenty eight Cromwell, "Ah, if I had only served .i7iti" lev J uiij Miiitpliifi, i'i.'I tlm liu.t mul ipil'Uin lmtMilcir.-..Ui- i. ov:i:::u:ono, D.m.'h. rc.iilHli..'i. trmliiiili'l ninl inilrily wine?" Her host shook her head. in succession, less the two you an you have ecrvcil mo, I would liotw" en tlm I w i I'ltli'n ovir ulli.roil. rnrr.l, ul lli.lu .".it.. Ji ji i' taiiliii), hIIi r nil mouth's orvk'e "I do not know. Could you take an days on which the mumps prevented. not have been deserted in my old mul all itinri-iinformatn.Tniii-Trtl- t Tlckc utlii'rtriiliiiriitlnii Intnl. IJ'tiv Hip cllflloulijr . liy nppliiiK to J. II.TIrliriinr tion -- ? ilfwttlot. bni WnikHO-- t, J!uiir, Hie fiiiif r.'iiiou..liill expliinril immeterial substance?" The visitor's ago."-M- i,s WKKKI.V A. 0. Graham in UniAKi'Mlnt lloinrr l:iiu,or Your types made me say that he had VkllCSI. I"KU In Villi nifl. ;.! mill ttiiiiii.iiinli uf versity Correspondent. stay come to nu abrupt end in n day XMlin "nil. 'Vs' gone to one five and one three month miilcl frre. ror Krlo t all leulcrs IP mrinfioni pniiiiuinil U,lju Cn!l Pus. Art..Loi!iiTil!(. Ur, or two, although she would not acII h ccnulni. IHI. A. ro.M.H.Vi:, Tiionmt B'ihIi. A Monntl'l- 0illl. school. Quite n discrepency. u. x i arsrcsxsxnc knowledge that she had been driven An opal ranking as third unions O. S. Fitzhugh was circulating away by a ghost. tho finest in tho world is deserilied as JIKN'UY WA7TL"!S0N, Kdi'or among his old friends here the first of m .ft JIJL5-C5h..ving three longitudinal bands of At'liln the week. Tim 1'oInoiioii tho harlequin kind, from tho upperBsst DcniDCMlis Papar Pull, In the blood should be taken up and Miss Laura Johnston has retiuued most of which rose- perpendicularly 1.00 a yeni. removed by the I.iver and Kidneys, home after an extended visit to her tho most resplendent flames. It -. --' .'Wl'":j;'':" - ' bVe.!) by G inches. these organs get out of order but ftmT$"l cousin, I.ucy Johnston, of Mission meusiired Harper'.. LY.zar. IS fail to do the work, and the result is Ridge. if &fil!ifflV' LL1 There are a thousand Khetimatism. I Miss Norn Daniel, of New Haynius, lliml tu SuiprUf. L remedies for the I.iver and Kidneys, visited her aunt, Mrs. J. 15. Cannon Sho dropped w earily into a Beat in but there is only one cure for Rheu- one day this week. a Broadwuy ear, n:.d t!.o girl who acllest condensed now?, matism, mid that is Dr. Drummoud's M. I Axtou lost a valuable colt companied Iter Fnitl sympathetically: "Aro you all tired out, dear? ltV Lightning Remedy. A large bottle lately by some strange disease. Host stories, awful work, isn't it." will lie sent by express to any address The new Catholic Church, two Rest ini'ccllany, & t , v .. i "I should say so," groaned tho 011 receipt of price, or may be ordered miles east or tins place, is Hearing "dear." "Dut, Helen, you don't know Most woiucn'd ne, L--t Any one who is completion. It is a model of beauty unylhiiig about tho miseiy of it all. from the druggist. - ' Jlest cliildren's ilumriijuii(, having an nrgument with the Rheu- and neatness. J. F, Magau is the You aren't engaged!" . ..I A L' V! ,.. i?y r f J"1 BilKVi..' "No but Jack iflsonico I (shouldn't matism will feel fully repaid by the builder. Henry I,. Thomas, who was . n I Host answers to correspondtwi jr Ji . ' tf i r h-- i VVI I choosing him u rtvt A ' i.7.rfVf7 h first dose. Dmmmond Medicine Co., the principal instigator in having it think you'd mind vA. -ents . ..... built, wants to sell his farm and move present." ', i - 'i - ' - ..rr,rz v V 48-5Maiden Janc, New York. hi tp.ii away as lie says it is too close to t? 'vz.vJ i - tan"-"'"I know Iio'h nice! That'a tho IJeit ci'lturials. auJ-i.'xi'j&MAgents wanted. him. trouble. Ho doesn't binoke, and I've m m It ''.vrs away a vniiialiln protniuiii Well, the railroad bridge is com. II KIM. always been glad until nowl But I 'N rr;rssrI if'i '. Feb. 37. The recent rise in the river pleted on the Fords ville cc Horse can't get him a pipe, a cigarette case, every tiny fnr the largest club has caused a general activity among Uranch extension and the trains are an ash receiver or anything! IIo S ' .' ' received. Faniplis cf'Ses u,' tlm running over it ns far as Davidson doesn't drink, and I can't giv him a n of this place. Several the "- loi. joiin ham wctming visual tins fraTOnn flB8k. n0 wears tin ineon will Vee!;ly Coniier-Joiinirafts will doubtless go out on the piace lasi nauir tay aim m .may. B.licu0ll8 Wlltcb t.luin inmlo of Ua bo bent free to any n'ltln'ss. present water. John can't j;et alone; without sul mother's huir, and I always thought Ffi-Jia- . i Mr. Coghill, of I.ivermore, moved pluir water about once a fortnight. Hweet and thoughtful, but 1 Writo to Thomas DuiT, the veteran river it so to this community last week. man, is nt home for a few days. He is cau't givo Iiim watch things, you Ve are manufacturers of Ruggies, Carts Surrioa ami CarriagBs, and doal directly with J. D. Rowan's little daughter has somewhat indisposed, though he will sco. Ho husu't n single vico, Helen, CO., Louisville, Ky. nnd you can't givo Christnuis presbeen very sick for several days. Chas. make another trip soon, if the water . tho consumer, thus saving him tho per cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices are reasWhy, Howley's little daughter is, also, very gets high enough, if not, he will go ents to nieu who haven't Respectfully, r.ml the onable, and we juaranteo satisfaction. THE KKPI'MLICAN oven u photograph framo would lo oil witn Ills studies of dentistry. sick at this writing. Our cottage prayer meeting meets useless, for ho has only his mother's WKKKI.Y COUIilEH-JOUILVA- L Will Galloway, n gifted musician 1?. Johnston picture and mino out, and thoy'ro al residence of of Illinois, who has been spending at theSunday night. Titos. much good ready will be ton! one vt'iir to miv atldross May next irameu ulint snail l tlo i a few days in our midst, left Monday conieoi tne meeting. or $1.7.). AtUlruM Tlio 'M'JPUJJ-LIOA- N, And Holen replied tersely: Mil. MiCAWiu.it, for I.eitclifitld. Iltirtfonl, Ky. Owensboro, Ky. Pro Bono Pujimco, "Break it nt onco." Now York World. 1 Lcmciii III Strrct Ciir Ktlquctto Tntijlit b) n UnMini Girl. It was between 0 and 7 o'clock in 1 fl fiM7Sl f: VJ TO K N 9. B &&&) ii&jL . 1MJL nvwua ft&SI t&tftWytf seu wmmm Wxv u V. W rJH0N a run down? Scott's Emulof Pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil and Soda and Hypophosphitcs on you up and put and good Arc ma. ms) i& (ksr t-- jvuqsv oksi ,&TcY&ii-i' h' I I jib .... :,,, ...f--- - X"Si Xi&i:r?ttfrWJm . t.ii. - . Q irAMTVNH II W'V'Urvwiw I : -". '!. . , 'gfljjKi iBail .wVWmBV79V' I BB.v;vi Bi!95hktIKK4I HH9S1mHI HJ ltF l 1 H' i iTrfilllliili I f k'AflfIrH H VH uiilliHHwiui -- . t KiJi3lEiBKASM iLi7iiiiiiTTiiMiil iiv I.iil-iill- -- lnl-i.l- U , I w ... 1 m . -e .- Ji343mmmmml i."v "vir i Physician Surgeon, r- i . - Your Fiivorilo Home Nt'wspiipor The and New York Commcrci.Mi !So(ci. une both ono year for only -1111 . THE ME PUB LIC AN intM-nplol- n t '.r-- 4!io)tm-iititi.M- i liv-rr- Week)' Tribtine, 11 iltt-ri- . -- nt 111- - - ''l ...I 1 - !'! V 1 I irT -- 'll, .ilt.-.i.il- j ui-- j rr"f i Svo::' 0?.I:" $1,213 sor 1 C. , Woi'iirnihli hotii o 11 ,- year lor 91.2a, H) ;i. u, . al &W&S5& pjt-j iinder-shepher- - s ti limwfflm. ai I PALMhR HO'USE. X o, ;jj:z. c;. uon y.mus. i Urst-cla- k 'jujxcium,i3i'ops. miitM-mLI- k ky l n, irm-lii'iliiii- .1 I 1 -- , t ? S"- - rsifiBW MWMI1 FAS TIE , L km? rmsriem Ml- -l kffite 'Ck. i!eji.-r!incut- 0 . .ijyj n i.-i- ..- - 1 ' . log-me- ''-v- .. y al (;o:jikk.jouk:jai. TK"css:"a. Mn$JbSL&, f I I F. A- AMES & CO. -