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OFFICIAL QU OF THE PARTY 111 THS FOURTH CJHORCSSIONAL DISTRICT, TERMS SL2S h Annum, In Aiunce. The Republican and the Cosmopoli- VOL. Y. w 11(4 A ) HAKTFOHD, KY., FRIDAY, MAKOH IT, 1893. NO. 33. zine, for only S3.00. -- tan, 11 leading- magam. ji.wwir OWE DOLLAR EiEffif HOUR hi nuy t cuilly cur Itlnr brum pari nf tlipriiuiilri, ulm i mHuiF tci nurl. Indus, luriiHi, irlomly nl Ilic omjilot im in nlili.li jimi Km no molilioris Unlit ii pli rlik wlmlftiT. We ill urn inn iiiimi.Ii le.fii Hint IhI uliliuiil i xhmio n ni. run Blvelhr lmlin In toimflf. I'lirihoM' willlim iiiilnii Utile work, thl't In tlic jtrmidi--t 1i r ii. uli. Vou mil nnrk wilt. 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JIU.NN & IUh i Ai.i.r i.nr. uu i.w uoturititf iutijta In Atncrlnu l.ery iMtoui tuknn out b im In bmuutil tyoftiro tbo pub.ls lv uttlco (jlveu Jico of ctiarifo tu tuo VTmZV M k il bFur' - -- . 7 I Ji Jkxmm&rS flAtJt- ffriwrtttfc awevtam larcoct clrrulnllon of onr tclontlllfl pnr.er In tho world. Si.tcn.1Mly lllitatratoil.. K" lnli'lHreut mau ulioiilil bo without It. Woukly. WJJ.OII JlflM.N A CO ycari 1AUI inonllu. Ailtlrc".gw Voit City. itjuluiuut, aiil Droadvtar, citio 4ro litokrn dnun jrnnr 1 om overwork oi liotuchold PorHons rdnilM'i llio lyntcin, uMs illi.ii.Uon, rrtnoTrJ ex. ccMi'nillc.ondiuriwnaljrU 0 tliueuiinlno. Iron lMttors BROWN'S IF10.V BITTERS UurrItiilli!(lloi llllloiunwi, l))kporl.Mttl.rla.Kunoimir, amj nmerul Drblllty. J'lijildauiri'commiiiillt. AlltlcAKrufccUll. ocnuino Uu Undo murk una aostel rcl Hue ohm rapper. action. We laughe I and shook hands, Christians are so blind on that. Now UtIT VIIJI. PROFESSIONAL CARD. UNDEft CIIOS3 FIRE. ninstcrs, who arc appointed for a four and recked not of the death to c j;ne I was on a jury the other day, and we year term to serve out their time br-- . "Ed-wlwere hung a good while had to stay fore appointing their successors, a A ThrilliiiR Story of tho bat-tl- o from those ;. IvunMu.r cahf.ins. CIIICACO I1I.A1I1!. ' in the jury-rooATTOHNEY AT LAW, over Sunday and establlsheil by wan fir-rule oi Gettysburg related. Our lViirliliiniiiii't'n wny. we got U talking about this vciy IIAItTFOKD, far President 1! ivfi, and which Ins been Tis lint it step my IrrMy KENTUCKY. CIIUISTIAN AlrVOCATH. thing. There were several Church yon proud hall with Us kIM'- 1 Keiierally WHwod since his ndniinis-- ' At ol MmlMit Limit Infor11V I'KANK CKANi:. members there, John Wickershnm, J. . 1. wmiiii, l:r, it, t, otriN, Ifthisrulebe strictly fol- - mix, rollnurt!I h,v 1111 Atttiil ll "I Hiother Robinson that was not his and Charlie Pinkerton he's a memWlicru tlio lpmllor.l clolhul in Ctiitllo Unl H- i- l liU'i'l till! 3S Xvreca.diHE,t Ciovjiiituent Printer lu.vc the nc.v t Imruc. name, but I will call him that was ber of the Christian Church, and a Hue lll late In i'i:nnsyi.a..ia ,un Deals out to his guests the poison- 'will not be npjicliitsl hard at work when I climbed the nar- mighty good fellow he is, too and ciivlidatci for that April, IIAItTFOKD, KY. ous wine; , On the morning of the 3d of July, row htaitway at the back of the store, Abe Smith, and Tom ' Lennox both (OHlcr , orrr Anileron' llaznnr.) wry dcr'nib.? position are increasinj; 100,000 on ;the field ol Gettysburg and came upon him in an upper room. 'Tis but a hlep iyo, Unit leack-UWillprnrllcn tin lr prof.iilon In all the court, o of them belong to the Presbyterian down dally, 1 mihl nliuost say, houily. an.l court or Appeal nianhood's pride to the felon's A: other dctcrniir.r'.lon which Mr. knew that Lee would attact that day. He was creasing and finishing some Church and O, I don't know, there Ohio 11ml it IJ'ihltij;eoiintlei",I'rtmintl practice nud Spfoml altuition fiivrn to Ily id o'clock in the fotcnoou every check-strapHe looked up as I en- were sevetal others; and we got to collcctlODi, vintllj ctown. c:. vein ' ha: cunc to has caused long one knew where the blow would fall. tered the room and greeted me cor- talking about this very thing, step that leads within and, Tis hut a j!k. The topography of the field.the bloody dially. When I went to shake hands sir, it's funny the way they couldn't Those gilded walls of death and sin, t any of the struggles on the wings, lite move!te will not with him he declined, because his sec it. Whtie iuauhoexl's pride is lost neV I should a thought Wicker-shaAnd woman's virtue is sold for run in n ''li') want to ;;et the sime places ment of the troops and the batteries lingers were blackened by the harwould have been in favor of it, marl: it well, tlvy held tluriii; his lirt ndiuiuistm-- ' there were a d6.en signs to indicate ness Tis hut a slep-n- je, IIARTFOItD, KY. If had bced handling. as he's an old member of our Church; It leadeth down to a drundaid's hell. tion, unless it be some 'nan possessed Will practice li' profusion in Ohio nml mljoln-In- g coining. I know what was "Very well," I said, "as counties, ami tlio court of Appeal., bpecia but he was the strongest one against . ..anueauous or i..m.K enter there, ' daylight to 9 o'clock there you have nothing against me, I will it." attention given to collections. Tis but a Step-- well Office nortli aide pnllis iure. Where misery dwells with Kiaut d?- -' some particular position; if there be was a snuttcr of musketry along the excuse you this time." t2 71 "What were their objections?" janysiichlheHener.il publio do not front as the sharpshooters and skir- - j "How is the world using you?" I spair, "Well, they would suppose a case. Where wcepiiitftuotherbows herhea.l, ...."0,v ,t num y asked. . nusliers lireil al long range, 11. D. 1HNGO. E. U. OUKFY. While staniuchihlien cry for bread; Suppose a man had only a small inliivi clcrtr ,.,. JcmocMt9 to the cavalry 011 the wings had the "O, as well as I deserve and, I come, and suppose another man's 'Tis but a step from gilded room 6s Ring-o- , ' and no need for fight all to themselves. From 10 to in To the druiikmd's cold ami cheetlc s guess, perhaps better. I have a great business was too mixed, and suppose the vole of the. Populists hnvj al 10 a gun here and thcic shelled the deal to home. be thankful for." this and suppose that; till finally I ivi'l.v Miiib'is I th ue asjiiiaiit DemoConfederate skirmishers out oi the Will practice In nil cotirt of Ohio "How nre your wife and children?" said to them, said I: 'Tis but a step: young man beware' 'Gentlemen, I counties, nml In Suptrlor Court unciAmi wllointng crats, with the exception of Mat till, of ditches in which they were hiding, Court or You gilded halls have many a snare "Pretty well. How are yours?" Collections all leiml believe anyone of us could manage lo. onice, No. 3.!J nmlMarket liiilnes attended Sena-to.- H. To turn ftom virtue's pith, of rigiil. Kansas, who having been miide tHartrorJ, Ky no fighting but thcic seemed to be "Fine." this business in our own individual And hm thee in etenril night: b bosi Oor.U'in L considered as a nnywhere. From 11 lo 12 Ue was A pause, during which the workcase, and I don't believe the Lord a step, ave, but little tinr "lis but l).ui3crnt tj lis taken careof. They massing 120 field pieces in front of man went on with his job, and the wants us to fit his plan to the whole gilded hall to the piison door. are having a regular monkey and Longstreet and Hill to open on Hanvisitor sat on n bench and hugged his universe before we adopt it ourselves. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Tis but a step; we'll enter now pi;r.t tir.ie over the re organ!, ition of posted 100 guns to re- knee. Now,' said I, 'I have tried it, and I Wheie aval ice breeds her dninhen the Senite, i.evcr.il stormy cau:uscs cock. Meade ply, but to fire slowly. Ily and by: "I will tell you what I know it works in my case. row, Suppose having ilicndy been held. Where diunkeii men lihe demons rae At 110011 a few couriers were riding came up. here for, Hrother Robinson. you try it, and see if it works in Mr Cleveland hns given no sign of to the grave: Ami send their victims furiously in different directions, but You give a tenth of your income to yours.' jR. IS. "77"eS.d.irLB', But that's the way with us. Ae, 'tis but a .step the road is ftw how he stands on the question of not a gun was being fired. The men the Iotd, don't you?" If we can't regulate all our neighbors That leadeth to the gallows tree. annexation, and all the iiawaiiu in the line ate their dinner lrom their "Yes sir." we don't do anything." members of his cabinet are reticent on haversacks, and the artillery horses Aye, there is another step it leadet'i "Well, I want you to tell me about "Do you find your method of givthe subject. well nibbled at the irrass as they were un it. What arc the difficulties in the ing helps your spiritual life?" (Office in Crowiler Uuilding.) Senator Allison, who was chairman the gallows to the prison cell, lteyond Will prncticn his profession What trouble do you have in checked by their drivers. Scores of men way? court, ol "That's exactly wdiere it does me Ohio ami adjoining counties. In all the Notary The road is broad and what is mouof the committee 011 Appropriation, Alio TSnfclfy lliese tuey doing it? What are the advantages? the most good. Whenever I go to Public lt leadeth .straight to the poor house has made a statement showing the hail pocket telescopes. passed from hand to hand, and every I want to know nil the details. door, I am that pocket I can't help thinking how amount appropriated by the two last Tis but a stepo'.spiead with sin; trying to preach on benevolence, and much the Lord does for me. gun 011 the Confederate side was It gets Whv will proud mortals walk there- Congresses. The totals arc, Fifty-fir"They are going to batter us the hardest thing for me to do is to religion right down to my business. in? Congress S3,4i7,ISj. with shot and shell and then charge. convince the people that the tithing Whenever I go to my work, I feel that $!. 020,822, oo. ATTORNEY AT LAW, The shot system is practicable." I.ie close to the ground. the Lord is going to get part of my WASHINGTON. ISrlvlil SiijIiih ui l.illlc Tot. "All right sir; I will be glad to tell earnings; I am working to help him, will fall short or go over us." itXCUANUl'. Will prncticehls One and it brings him nearer to me. So came the word along the lines. you anything I can about it. It. tiring .Sii llml l'ci'lliit: AinniiK ! I Ohio nml adjoining profession In all the Court. ! counties, ami In tho Court of A TAI.I.IINTKl) COAT. l'lllillr Olllclllli. It was a wise precaution. Hut for it part of your question, though, I don't wouldn't go back to the old Appeals, Special attention ell en to collection. "Wheie have you been, Tommy?" no one could tell what would have know anything about; that is the difOffice, over Williams, Ileli A Co's drugstore. way of giving for anything. Just "Out in the stable giving my goat happened. From hall past 12 to 1 ficulties. There is only one difficulty to think how I used to be worried and It would naturally be supposed that the Democrats, now that they have drawinj; lessons. I teaehed him how o'clock seemed an age. At o'clock I ever had with it, and that is, just tormented over every little collection taken charge o! the go eminent, to draw n wagon." sharp, the boom of a single gun ech- making up my mind to do it. When that came up why, it pretty near X II IK nKASON'. would cease trjiug to alarm the counoed over the battlefield and a shell I got that out of the road, I never had makes me mad to think of it. 'A. L5 iz&ii&'EZf&t No "I knows why beesneversitdown," came screaming over our heals and any more trouble." try over the financial outlook, bu.t I have a little for evtrouble now. ' "Tell uiejust how you managed it?" erything. such is not the case. Kcr Democrat- said Waiter. exploded 200 feet in our tear. That I can hold up my head, I "Why, my deal?" asked his moth-- was the signal. Heron: one couiu "Well, sir, I have a certain pocket tell you. ic member of the Ilotibc Committee 1 feel a foot taller. Why on Ways and Means signed the nlarm-inhave counted 20 there wis a roar where I put a tenth of any money I should I give it up? I'm making more 'Cause they has pins in their coat which can be compared to nothing get. When I get any money I don't money, I'm enough sight happier; majority icpoit, made this week, of the result of the investigation tails and they're afraid to." one has ever heard. In two minutes care where it comes from or wdiat it's I've got rid of a world of bother; the HIS OIIJKtiTIOX. made by that committee into the the earth wis trembling. The stones for I just take a tenth of it, before I Lord is blessing my soul every day. "Do you like stories, Wally?" ask- in the wall in front. ol us grittel to do anything else, and put it in that and I feel proud and I don't think present and prospective condition of the Treasury. This report stales ed the visitor. gether. Mud had been used as plas pocket. That's the way I manage it. it's a bad pride cither to know that "Yes. AM except the end of 'em," ter and pieee3 of it tell out with the Whenever the children want any I am going 'way above others in betthe belief of its signers to be that n deficit of between $300,000,000 and said Wally. chinking. One would have said that money for Sunday School, I give it to ter circumstances, and it isn't hurting OFFICE OVER RED FRONT ( "Why don't you like the end of nothing could add to the awful roar, them out of that pocket. If a tramp me half as much." $400,000,000 will exist on July . began to reply, conies along and wants help, I kind reasons for the belief tint them." There are but the Federal guns Is prepared to do all kinds WHAT Sill! WAS UP TO. RO.HI.XK. the ptincipal object of this exagcia and then men gasped as they breathed o' si.e him up, and if 1 think he l.lh was 11 very mischievous lit- and cluthed sod or stones as if perch- won't spend it for whisky, I give him public fu. Mrs. J. W. Raglaiid is ill Dental work at reasonable prices. Mar. 6. Ju ted icpoit is to prepare the One day she was in the ed on some di..y height an 1 afraid enough to get a meal, or buy him a of pneumonia. the $500,000,000 issue of bonds be- tle girl. Mrs. E. D. Gully, Hartford, is" visticket to help him along. You know lieved to be contemplated by the new room adjoining the one where mam- of falling. ...IVO, Republicans ma was sewing. She was out of sight roar there nre always tramp journeymen in iting her mother, Mrs. E. B. Allen, The AT diuinistr.ition. For the first five minutes the "Judith! Ju- shut out all sounds swallowed them our business coming along, and I sup- this week. of the Committee presented a wiuoi-it- y and was very quite. Miss Sallie Curley left Tuesday for report.very conservative in its na- dith?" called liinmma, "What are you up asagreat ocean would another drop pose some of them need kelp." The answer came slowly of water. Thousands of men closed Louisville to visit her brother, W. B. "How many children have you?" ture, which entitles them to the grat- up to?" of the coun- and leluctantly: Curley. "I'm up to the their eyes and clinched their teeth. itude ofevery "Six." Miss Belle Whittinghill returned "Well, I have been gcttting about try. It calls attention to the fig- buresux, :nr.:r.ti-.!- " Officers who had been standing up A r.oiin nov. Now twelve dollars a week at my trade for home Monday after a weeks visit in of the Secretary of the Treasury, the earth. ures disappeared to hug "My!" said the visitor, as he lifted the roar is split and slashed and pen- the past few years. Sometimes I am Erin, Tennessee. which accompany the teport, and says Eugene Childs, Hortou, was in town the conclusions of the majority seem Wallie in the nir, "You are solid." etrated by the missiles from the Con- sick, but not often. The Lord is good "Yes," said W.illie, proudly. federate guns. They arc throwing to me. I don't have much to lose by Sunday. wholly unwarranted anil misleading, v r hzxvzi?ML ruiitfkWE sensible "There isn't anything plated about round shot, steel bolts, fuse shells, sickness." Our school closes the 10th our and concludes with these worthy teachers have done good all your income?" missiles fact there seems to be an me." "Is that words: In percussion every form of "Xo; I get a pension of eight dol- work'and we wish them much success utter lack of evidence to justify any which a portable gun can take iu and rut MEXT MORMINQ rriZL nniAiir .,. D ,vi:'u'Mifii:M. in after life. MY COMPLiX.Otl IS t.. i NL of the criticisms of the majority belch out again.They shriek and scream lars n month." Mar. 6. Died, at her home near lljr l vt r wjrs It act. cently on tho lirr Miss Ida Ragland is in Horse and Miiii()ft,AiIHai'larm.t Iuiuitc 'luii ililni. is "Do you tithe that?" upon the statement of the Secretary, and whir. T,hcy come from the front, Daviess couuty.the 2Sth,ult., Made frum Lrtbs. and U pretulid forur.asi -vsla "Why, of course I do. What's the Branch, the guest ofMiss Lelia Brady. tea. Jtls called which shows a surplus in the Titas-ur- Mrs. Maria llrand. Mrs. Ilraiul was and from the right and left. Some Mr. James reach lost a fine horse on June the yt, iSo. On the ba- a member of Dell's Run Haptist fall short, and explode in the dry use of giving a tenth at all if you All rtrueuUts sell It nt We. and gl COa raciiro. If Tuesday. don't give a tenth of AM. you get?" Secretary Church, one whose ycal, energy and soil throw a cloud of dust heavensis of the statement of the Toacr.uit'ilMltt'cnarnura4dri.sfirtieik.,iui.Ia. JLaui' I'uiullr ii.ve tSt-R. L. Canon went to Owensboro dur. I'li.d ru lM'iUhr,t!il.,lniPtw.iv. Your income, "There isn't any. il'l.t !, of the Treasury it would seem that christian fortitude won for her a name ward to sift down on our backs. OliArtlU I'.WOHIIW .Villi. Lil.OV..N. i. 1 carry then, is about seven hundred dollars Wednesday returning Thursday. of either surplus which is worthy of imitation by those Others sail high above us an the amount Do you mean to say you Dr. S. J. Wedding returned home reserve, a year. or deficiency in the Treasury on June she left behind. Uy her death the death into the ranks oi the after a trip to Owensboro( while now and then one burst just give seventy dollars a year?" 30, 1894, would be very small. .,!: :'5nr husband has lost a loving wife, her f ,11 "Why, I never gave seventy dollars Whitesville and Fordsville. Rusk, who is consid- chrildreii a pious mother, the neigh- right to wound or kill in our own Har-ncMessrs. John Jones and Jeisee in five years. I would 'a' thought it ered a personal friend by every em- borhood, one whose highest ambition ranks Fordsville, were in town Fiiday. ploye of department of Agriculture, was in securing happiness to those, man will ever hearken would break me up." Xo living M. S. Ragland returned fromXouis-vill- e "Do you feel what you give now as testi- children, was this week given a lasting lliubaud and friends weep to a more terrific cannonade. Xo batTuesday, where he had been i monial of their friendship for him in not for her, but rather rejoice, be- tle field of the future will hold men much as you felt what you gave looking after his interest in the timhandsome cause she is free from the toil and for two long hours under such a cross- then?" of a shape the "Now you have just hit it. I don't ber business. silver tea ssrvicc. The emplycs care of this earthly life, and enjoying fire. The smoke rose up ami hung a Clyde Wedding, Heaver Dam, is uncle Jerry's residence to that rest which God hath provided for dead cloud until one would have feel it at all now, except feeling good. calledjit visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 15 THE BEST. mnkcthc presentation, which was a the fiithful. The remains were thought that night was coming on. It don't bother me at all any more. R. R. Wedding this week. great surprise. brought to Hell's Run the and, inst., Fiery serpents darted in every direc- Before I commenced giving this way Mrs. D. M. Hocker, who has been The members of Gen. Harrison's and aftet funeral services, conducted tion. Kxplodiug shells created sud- I never had anything to give, you whs. rtSAtftBr JSiUlMfcJ cmite sick for the past week, is imWhen anything came up Cabinet are fully entitled to the shoit by Rev. 11. lf. Jcukliu, were laid to den great flames as if kegs of may say. proving. period of rest and recreation which re..t la the Hell's. Run Cemetry. powder had been tossed up to destroy to be given to, I didn't have the monX. Business is good. each of them has mapped for himself heavens. There was no lull no ey by me, or if I did I had some other II. A. LOZEIER&CO., C. J. Rhoads has been confined to the up his piivatn like I before again taking Only those wdio became place to put it, and it looked Wholesale Doalers, wiirri:sviM.i;. his room for several days with sick- interval. I just go to the business, livery one of them have unnerved sat up to look around them. couldn't spare it. Mar. 6. The farmers of this com CLEVELAND, O. ness. worked hard and every one them reg Here and there one rpse up and ran Docket and if it's there I give, and if munity are busily engaged in 310 Superior St. The Family of C. P. Westerfield tires from his office with the respect away. He was not n coward he was it isn't I don't; and that's all there is tobacco beds and preparing have mumps, and an epidemic is I used to feel that the Church for their future crops. nud good will of their political oppo-iientsimply unnerved by the situation. to it, as well as their political asso- feaicd. Sometimes he came creeping back, and the other charities were always -Mrs. Ann Roach, of Glcnnville, who It is rumored that the postoffice nt In fact there never was a ciates. weeping, and some- dogging me, and I was always a little cjiiafeisa vf has been visiting relatives and friends this place will change hands under wdiitefaced and irritated to think that they wanted change of administration in whieh C. times he was struck down as he present new administration. in Ohio county.returned home ot the the I thought I ought the kindly personal feelings to more from me than accompanied by her neice, Miss MarRhoads will be the one who will groped about in the incoming officials was more markedly J. to give." find shelter from the rain oi death. Mr. succeed the present incumbiiit. tha Ralph. shown to their retiring predecessors. "Don't they dog you still?" Two hours, they afterward said. e merchant of Rhoads i i a J. W. Ralph and his son, McKeu- lying theie made no note of the instance, you We Xow, for "Xo sir. There appears to be a this place, and also a vj. a. iveiiey, passage of time. It was a nightmare just bent me a card the other day, ask- zie, were the guests 01 rivalry among the new officials to sec Democrat. Uncle Aaron, you should Death ing me for $3 for all benevolence. Sunday. and yet we did not sleep, which of them can say the kindest BUT PILES, submit to the principle which has ex-- , Mrs. Annie Rhoads, who has been fjjjRESKOTHIHQ rode all along our front lie leaped My wife and I smiled when we got things of the old officials. isted since the administration of Anover us he laced his spectre steed that, for we had made up our minds very sick, is improving. CURE ISvcry man is liable at sometime to A SURE nnd CERTAIN drew Jackson, "tliat the spoils of the along the fences and highways and that we would give about $10. They Died, at her home near Magan.Feb. ,'rnown for IB years as tho BEST change his political opinions, but a enemy belong to the victors." ,?EMSOY our rear. The cannon, wanted me to rent a pew for about S7; 24th, Mrs. Barbara Westerfield, wife ...rtr.qi.TliHIUI'.l'W-TtTIOltMH- '. FOR PILES. man, who changes after the battle, ";"1) Mis. Mollie Neighbors and her fields far in but I pay $20 for my pew, and do it victioiious daughter, Miss Debbie, who have been nle died away slowly. The last few of James Westerfield. The remains from the losing to the easy, too." were interred at the Ralph's burying party.neccssarialy puts himself under visiting relatives in this and adjoin- gnus seemed to give up grudgingly. "You mean to say, then, that you ground February 25th. Mrs. Maria There are n good many ing neighborhoods for several months The very last sent n screaming shell suspicion. give more and don't feel it ns much?" dlrand, wire of John W. Brand died.at of this sort around Washington now. returned to their homes nt Canni.Ill., which fell among the wounded and "I give more and don't feel it as her home at Laffoon last Tuesday of e the groans and cries of five stopped Mr. Cleveland has not been in last week. much. That's it exactly." Aged or six forever. pneumonia nnd heart trouble. K. II. Martin, of Huford, has mova week yet, but he has shown the s "Can you live on your g brigade that he intends ed into our midst where he will make fifty-tw- o "Up, nienl They are coming! Fall Rev. B. F. Jenkins years. as easily as you lived on after to take his own time in making in fall itil" conducted funeral sendees, his future home. I don't care what any- -' mul nil fA'lt.M UlWW l "Easier. and n considerable num Mrs. Ina Park, Clear Run, Is visitwhich she was laid to rest in the OUaiiiril, lor UtWKtMlpJ K.lV. "" " Yes, they were coming, with Pickleinli.il to nml w ci i .u body says, I have proved it to myself. ber of them have taken the hint, filed ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Yates, opposite 11.1. Bell's Run Cciuetry. ett's Virginians in the van, and j limit V'11,1' i'1"', io in tan. I make their papers and gone home, to wait thiswecek, Lord is a good partner. lf.lllAM ,5 vihi HAtilll,(lll). Don Juan. Pansv. breakinir alomr like n huge wave. It the save more and fool away less, We n.ufU. "l"'"'''. HlOIOnl Iminllim more, as patiently as they may for the ofnl.ihlv riciMidliniui'iiml ueiniiK. AC LIUKH was a relief to know that they were and have a good deal more satisfac.llnrrliiKf l.lrriiM-- . ! It was 'V,r fices that may never come. lM.rss 11 in iwl i" unit tefuri'ticei to r miviiv, hoi vi For Sale, John Martin to Sofronia H. Tanner. coming. It was grim satisfaction to tion when I pay him his share regu- Mute. County, tlly or given out early this week that Mr. nelimlillonlH In Two mares and colts. Terms most low... wr,,.. Men shouted larly." advance. watch the J. 15. Ilasdcn to Minnie Howard. Cleveland had determined to" allow "Kverybody don't see it that way." reasonable Cull on or addrew, Z. Geo. W. Pool to Catherine S. Rum- in exultation ns they came nearer and ailui.'f Vim ftficr 'Unill'i'XoM, O U the federal officials, such as Marshals, "That's so, It's funny tome that .Wayne Grillin Bro. Hartford. the musketry opened. It was the re officials and 1'iesidetitial Post- - mage. Court J. n Howe m o - - i:i-limin- e it 1 1 Grlenn u-.- t'-..- James ' m Smltli, Attorney at Law, W .....,,.. ,, 1 1 G-yxff- Attorneys at Law. 1 Perry WesterfUld Attorney at Law, st l'ifty-Lccon- d, Hartford, Ky, xe hap-haz-ar- d 1 i mxixmmm o. g DENTIST. ' 1 well-wish- J i &fl I tfiKE m .r.2a y LflEffSlHEMCIHE to-da- d, SB? m,nii v l'fi !: 11 u r: !itf Agents Wanted! burn-burnin- s, to-da- semi-darkne- svhib PIE wide-awak- good-nature- d ;0iNTMEHT of-fic- nine-tenth- office-seekin- I I ' ''" "'jgigfajEHaMI 1 '"". I f k 6HAMLFULLV ABUSED. tain upstairs-loo- m in tho heart of the KAHN'S How nre infants saved? D. J. K. the custom for generaI'onr Uleli Mfiii town and in fifty yards of tho Court Maddox. What constitutes n call to A Country fjwl Wlm 1'cll Tlint Clio Cllj "treat" their Countless young men who coveted Hint tti n Mnn. Win Ag:ilmt Houso was rented by nu outeido party the ministry? Dr. J. S. Coleman. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNINCI. pupils at some, time during the seseverything of tho Into Jay Gould ex"Folks down b'lowin tho eltyscom cept his coffin may Iw surprised to Baptist ministers nnd laymen nre sion, and in the good old days the nod a regular gambling houso sot up to think nobody knows nnythln but learn that Mr. Gould generally wantespecially invited to attend. Editor ml Proprietor. JO. B. MOHERft, teacher expected to bo "turned out," and carried nn during the week. jest theirsclves," remarked young ed and needed money quito ns much 1). J. K. Maddox, and asked for the customary sack'of Through tho ellorls of tho County AtBijo Fnweelt, who had been on 11 two us thoy. Property isn't money, aa FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1893. II. r. ilitow.v, apples or jug of whisky with which to torney he was in n lair way to ho weeks' visit to Boston. "I B'poso I ninny ublo business men havo often T. M. Morton, jollify and if when so turned out, ho brought to trial, yet when his case may'vo gaped round some. I nln't learned to their cost nnd misery. Tho Cleveland is President nnd Eng- refused to J. A. Uk.'i;i;k, treat he was ecized upon was called in Circuit Court Inst wcok enyin I didn't. But It don't mnko no linger n man's operations and tho land is happy. G. T. T:ni:m:v, he was dismissed nn motion ol the clifTrenco. Thoy hadn't nny cull to more frequently ho wants to mnko n by tho larger boys, transported to the Co:::miti2u en Program. "quick turn" or a "big strike" tho to treat 1110 ns if I was nn eejot." What assurance have the wbieky-it- cs nearest stream aud "ducked." But Commonwealth. does ho feel poverty pangs did they do to you, nijol'' oftener "What .111. rirn-iili- l. In view of these c.ises, aggravating that the blind tigers will go out in more modern times the custom of quite as keen as thoso of tho young M.ir. 13. nre very busy nuked 0110 of tho group to whom ho man who longs to sport 11 trotting "turning out" nnd "ducking" has cases as, they nre, wherein the law ol business if whisky cart ies? fencing nn.l preparing for a big crop. made thi.i Si.;tcmont. horse and buggy, tut has to content hna sufTcrcil violence without redress ceased to be a custom and is looked "Thciv wa'n't scussly nny thin they himself with 11 secondhand 1 iryclo. IUult'.i of ths community is good. The World.s Fair Restaurant will upon with disfavor, even with disgust, wo are coustrnincd to nsk: "Where didn't do I" replied Bije, waxing CLiuneoy M. Depow ii credited Miss I.uuIIa Martin visited her siscover 137,892 square feet, and an by tho great majority of our people. arc we nt, anyhow?" "Thoy set on 1110 nt ov'ry with tho statement that tho late ter, Mrs. B. 1?. Wallace, Saturday and order has been made for 100,000 It is only now and then a crowd of nn insulted 1110, 'most I William H. Vuiulcrbilt, 0110 of tho corner, M. M. KAHN. The MliNliy ltii'Nlloit. Sunday. knives and forks; 200,000 spoons and careless boys so far forget their sense Twn'n't pleasant. It kep' mo riled threo richest men in the United We tnkc pleasure in introducing to It is n matter of grave importance Miss Sophia Wallace is visiting tip most o' tho timo I waa there" States, was alwayj poor aud in debt. other things in proportion. of propriety as to resort to this that the sale of intoxicants in the the trading public, Mr. M. M. Kahn, her grandfather. "I wnnt to know I" ejaculated sov-cr- Many biulne men can understand remuautof barbarism and thus luy town ofllartford is to be ngnin .sub- of Knhn's Clothing House. He came Henry Her is all smiles, it's n boy. listeners In chorus. this bt range statement, though thu No editor need apply. Grover themselves liable to the penalty of the mitted to a vote of the people. . Can here three and a half years ngo an en"Yes, Birl" continued Bijo, flush- young men aforesaid will tnlco no II. C. Crowder is attending school Clevtland. ing n deeper red. "They'd set little stock in it until they lteeoino business law and the disfavor of public opin- there be any question ns to which tire stranger, beginning business at Beaver Dam. Being as editors may cause me Weekly. boys to spy on 1110 nn como ehovin men themselves. will be the better condition of affairs, September 15, 1S89 nnd by, pluck, ion. Notwithstanding the disrepute Marion Crowd has a new gold papers into my hand, with What some trouble, I'd better take back tho ripllt to sell nr flip tirnliitiiffnn? perseverance nnd fair dealing has won watch. in which the practice has come to be Antliiultlrs. you want la a good pair o' shoes 1' on what I said about not appointing Tho forgery of antiquities hna boon held, a crowd of boys in one of tho To my mind it is hardly a debatable for his hour.e a large and growing Samusl Wallace sent to Shaker- - 'em in big print, or olso ndvisin with them. So back it is. O. Cleveland. schools of the county "turned the question and is easily settled in favor custom. His success is an example town nnd bought a fine short horn. mo about my hnt, or my pants, or a recognised iudustry in Europo for runny ears, but it is littlo known of no sale. We are told have of what close application to business Eomcthiu. Success to the Rkpi'iimcan. It is disgusting to hear the fawning teacher out," and when he and they several "Blind Tigers" Inthat vcwhich will achieve. they'd stick jmnpln jacks that tt.o famous Encllth "Flint Jock" "An town, Asnii whine of the whiskyite that Prohibi. failed to agree about tho amount of mayor may not be true, right into my fnco nn nsk mo to buy has hi counterpart in this country The readers of the Rr.Pfiu.iCAN nre but this the treat, they proceeded to "duck" 'em, them sassy boys would f I boo in 0110 Burnett, "a small, dull, yellow tion does not prohibit, that men viowill not justify the opening of the whis- everywhere acquainted with the name 'cm lot other folks go right by with- inan,"nsn neighbor described him, him. They cut tho ice, for it was in late tno Prohibition law, and that to of M. M. Kahn, for he is n business ky traffic. out molest in 'em 11 mito, but they who lives on tho Fivnch Drond river prevent such a thing as a broken law, the coldest weather in the past wiu or- picked on mo ov'ry time. lu North Cnmliiiu. For u long timo Why should we, in order to escape man who recoginies the virtue of Last one evil fly into n worse one by printer's ink but many of them have why, just take the law out of the way ter, and plunged him under. "But tho thing thnt mndded mo he was in tho habit of riding to tho week he came before the Grand Jury OhioCoun-t- y tho wust was when I was utnudln in towns and selling "f.iko" arrowheads of altogether. many degrees? The evidences of the no personal acquaintance with- - him to havo tho gay young bloods indict- illicit sale of the accursed front of a now lookin shop on a kind to dealers and victors, ns well as and death nnd will be pleased with this likeness mortars and pestles that had tho of a quiet street 0110 day. The whiskyites all at once pretend ed. We have not heard whether they dealing poison nre by no means a of the veteran dry goods man. having lieeii long buried. "I was enstin round in my mind great love for the law and its obser- were or not but they should have very patent exhibition, but the a traffic wlint fiomo queer lookin pipes was But he lost one customer by taking vance. Well, the community is in-- , been. It is time this tyranny had rei is hidden and the drinking must be him a moulded figure of pottery thnt winder, nn deed glad they do love the law, for to ccived tho stern rebuke of tho law done elsewhere than at the place of ' rc-einc- ts Ifor thnt.wns in tho 'em a llttlo whilst lie snid ho had unearthed fit n im whip was flggerin cm tell the truth the public had never as it has that ot public opinion. sale which exempts us from the usual per snapper of n feller that was jest Indian mound, He hnd tnndo the That Dr. McKcnncy is a good actor? elerkin there, I presume to say, mistakeof putting shoes on the horse. accused the majority of them of pos- Years ago custom could have been noise and danger that arc always at- -' That Queen Bess was a queen sure stepped up to tho winder au sat 11 big -- New York Sun. sessing any such sentiment. pleaded in its behalf not so now, for tendant upon a place of public sale enough? plucanl right down in front 0' their A Mt'tliml of Priiriltm-- . it is not custom. It is tho rare ex- of intoxicants. There is, nnd can be pipes, right b'foro my very faco ni That Hartford is to have another Those who are now favoring the "Some timo ngo there was a bank beof An it said on it, 'Iron Sinks.' eyc-.iception not the rule. Teach the no comparison between the two evils wedding? failure r.t Dallas." si'id Alex Soinera saloon, all at once pretend to have "Well, I was het up in a mil' referred to. Is there a "Blind Tiger" world practically as well as theoretJanies. 7 an I passed right into tho hhop 1111 u of Temple, Te.v., nt the St.ignorant That Shelby Taylor as a darky is a great reverence for the law. They 'There wsu a pjaqwus, ically that the teacher of tho com. in town, still our wives and daugh-- 1 great success? to thnt grinnin young feller, nn bay say the Prohibition law is violated, v. -olio of thu bank's 1 p. mou school has some rights which ters go along the streets with impu- - ' I: 'Whatd'you mean by stiekin tin. mi. 11 l't was time of its suspension. That that that that that that modiand in order to keep men from violatat the nity, which could not be clone if there wircl light in front ' 1110? Did yen even a crowd of thoughtless boys are fies is a noun? ! He was seen coining down tho stejw ing it further don't punish them for of were open saloons. calo'luto I thought iron floated I' bound to respect. from thodiivetors' room immediately That Dick Blaukcnship can out their violations, but remove the law. "IIo tried to stammer out some If "Blind Tigers" do exist in of the thin 'bout its bcin a sign nu so on, after tho doomnoxious bank hnd butThose who are in favor ot open sa- our town as is claimed, then we, by, Dutch a Ducthman? elo-e- d, depositor and nu Prop. Wiliiuu R. Smith, of Lexbut ho was laughiu nil tho time, 1 all means should address ourselves That all employments wcii follow-- 1 loons argue that saloons will be a bentonholed him nnd usked: could sec. ington, aud John F. Hagau, of Ash" 'Now, whut aro you going to do efit to all the business interests of to the speedy suppression of them, cd arc equally exacting? " 'It'a n feign your manners ain't land, were appointed World's Fair using every fair means to accomplish That the cold snap is a slap in the what they'd ought to In,' nays 1, for us creditors? How much shall the town. How will they be a bene Commissioners by Gov. Brown Monmuch desired object. Xevcr, in ' fare to the budding trcts? 'pokiu fun ut a man jest o'cause you we get?' fit to nil? Will the sale of this " 'Sir,' rcopoiidtd the director, 'wo The appointments are good day. can see he's from tho country, an order to escape the "Blind Tiger", Why Gip Westerfield did not go to whisky increase the products ot perteudin to teach him things lie's bhall immediately proceed to collects ones, and Central and Eastern Kenrush into the open saloon traffic. But Beaver Dam Saturday night? tho exits of the concern, pay thol the farm, the shop or the mill in eithknown senco ho was fi years obi 1' it is claimed that men will swear tucky aro highly pleased. practical division "I could fco ho was kind o' morti- debts and make n St. IiOiiLs llepublic ; quantity or price? Then it cannot falsely in order to That a curiosity on our streets last er shield those who of tho surplus.'" of fied, sol como out without savin nil Mr. Cleveland has uever been benefit our farmer friends and thus sold them whisky and therefore to re- week was a yoke of oxen hitched to a I had in my mind to say. But the Snii.rOltl M)lr Mat. indirectly benefit our merchants. Im- move the temptation to swear falsely buggy? distinguished for any great love he next clay I como home." I couldn't The gold laced cocked hat was possible, absurd! Will it increase the it is better to open the license sysThat a bevy of our elegant bacheto enjoy liein in a place where largely um.h1 hi 1778, not only on acbore his native land. It seems he be-- c Eccm all lors should be sent out toBeda to get folks thought I was so ignorant count of its military look, but is happiest when he receives tho ful- wcrk of the millman? Will the sale ot tem. an had got to bo told nliout ov'ry Men who would swear falsely to married? it probably protected tho some praise of the English who rejoice whisky in Hartford enable the flour, o e nniniiblo thing!" Youth's t'omian-ionwearer from seizure by tho prcsa That the chains ol linbit are generin his successes and mourn at bis de- ing mill to dispose of more flour? shield the whisky dealer, would do gangs, which were at thnt time more feats. His most recent blow against Will the sale of whisky augment the the same thing in any case where ally too small to be felt till they arc than usually netive. Tho lint, foldllnw (ho IIiikh Orlglnutrri, too strong to be broken? t America and for Britian was the appetite ot the people for whent rolls? sufficient interest is atstake, for such shaped beaver known ns M.de Quatrcfngos, tho French etJi ing, t are only liars at the best. If whisky That Col. Wedding is actually 13, nologist, has miido public his con- tho cocked hut wiui still to bo seen withdrawal of the HawaiinTrcaty from Will the sale of whisky cause more clusions with regard to tho origin and as k.to as 1S1 s Philadelphia Ledger. wagons, buggies and plows to break, is sold or distributed in our commu growing fat laughing at his own the Senate. distribution of tho human nice. He thereby giving the blacksmiths more nity, and we can or do not prevent it, jokes they nre so funny? ' says nil mankind camo from a cens That Tom Taylor made a We hope the next meeting for Dec- work? If a man comes to town with we are responsible without mistake. tral mass in northern Aiu, nnd Unit Indirectly we "put the bottle to our Irishman in the entertainment nt oration Day will be held in Hartford. a few dollars to purchase supplies for thero wero threo fundamental types neighbor's lips." If we suffer it to be Beaver Dam Saturday night? Toiirtit'ct ilir I Ini rl. black, whito nnd yellow. Thct-- c No Creek covered herself with glory his family, will the value ot his mondone when we can prevent it. It is When the heart is afiectcd by RheuThat if you wish to hear a girl tell threo types scattered over tho world last year in the way of entertaining ey be doubled if he squander a part of every man's duty to vote, for silence a story you have only to ask an matism, or any of the muscles near and intermingled, forming, in course the crowd and would no doubt be his hard earnings in a gives consent in this case ns in oth- R. 15. C. when their public entertainthat organ, it is like tampering with of time, 7'i distinct races of human glad to have the meeting again but it Hardly so! Will tho sale of whisky ers. Let us, therefore, put the stamp ment will be given? an electric wire, for death may come" beings, which is tho numlicr of races is Hartford's turn this time. The here beget a larger consumption of of our disapproval upon the effort to at any moment. If life is worth it, go classified by our liest ethnologists in Il You Drink'.' tho tabulations brought down to the to the druggist and get Druinmond's members of Preston Morton Post will the necessaries of life, thereby giving return to the open saloon by voting Xi.ouisvii.lk COMMERCIAL. Lightning Remedy for Rheumatism, year 1890. Tho learned Do Qimtre our merchants extended trade? This with one accord for the protection of put forth extra exertions to make the Mr. Cleveland, after shutting out or send to the Drummond Medicine fnges behoves that tho American In affair the most marked success of any wouldscarcely seem probable. Are those our women and children, who cannot Maiden Lane, New York, dians camo from "a blending of white holders has made another Co., who might be attracted here by the vote for themselves but must depend yet held. they will send you a large bottle and yellow races with a local quarule on andexpress. that will bear hard by It is not ns quick ns ternary race." Say, M. do Quatro sale of whisky calculated to benefit upon their husbands, fathers and Kentucky. An eiuincncnt New York electricity, but it will save your life if fages, whero did that local quaterOx tho heels of the Decoration Day ihe town? Is the man who comes to brothers to protect them against the Democrat has told the Hartford Cou-rayou take it in time. Agents wanted. nary raco originate? Philadelphia comes the Fourth of July with the town alone besause he finds a saloon worst of evils. Press. that Mr Cleveland has taken I sign in the name of God and CounBig Reunion, which lasU two days here, very apt to patronize the dry note of the fact that men who do lr. Colr:iinn nml Hip C'uliiiii .llUxloti. The Simi;i:Uii; Munlit Croj Out. K. Pate. the fourth and fifth. Hartford's cit- goods store or tho grocery? Will the try, couim;ii-jouitxA!..- J not drink have a higher commercial Mrs. Mnplesou, tho prima donna, izens will do all in their power to sale ot whisky bring a largci number value than men who do and . that The Messenger also says that "an has invented nu apparatus for cont'ANKYVIM.i:. cealing, tho beautiful littlo tailless, make tho Reunion a success and it is of pupils to Hartford College? As I havn't seen anything in your he now asks when any person Will is application for a phce in the diploshnggy black Russian dog given her paper from this place for some time proposed for appointment well for those who are expected to men who seek a quiet, moral communwhether matic service who has not been menby tho Princess of Monaco. lead in the matter to be casting about ity in which to educate their sons and I will give you a few items. he or not. drinks If it tioned is Dr. J. S. Coleman, of Hart- the shape of a Gladstone bag,It is in with a Jeff D. Green has commenced work turns out that he does drink his ford, who asks to be made Consul light, well perforated canvas cover. for some one man to manage the affair. daughters come among us more readi. This drops down from tho handle We have a man in mind who would ly if we have saloons? Are men who on his new residence on Main Street, chance is gone. In view of the General at Havana. This is the in North Cancyville. late rules, well may the gallant place which Judge W. II. Hoke, of aud reveals an inner case of netmake a capital manager and at the spend their earning with the saloonwork, stretched npart so as to afTonl Mrs. Sallic Bowden left Sunday for host of holders and expec- Louisville, is after. " keeper more likely to settle their livproper time he will be suggested. Louisville. tant who worked so The Dr. Coleman mentioned is a coinfortablo sjiaco for tho small anery, hotel and doctor bills? Now, if MKUTS ALL DAILY imal to lio down or nit up, as ho Mrs. Malissa Wilson left Thursday hard to nominate Cleveland at isapusi preacuer at liartioni, and a elect. In this ho is smuggled mny Elsewhere will be found a few of tho farmers around us arc not beneinto the many favorable expressions ot our fitted, if the miller, blacksmiths, mer- for Paducali, where she will visit her Chicago, ask, "Where are we nt?" man of strong personal qualities and hotels. Mrs. Mapleson calls it the sister, Mrs. J. M. Jones. tremendous personal influence in sev"evader," and had some idea of nat- contemporaries regarding the applicaCircuit--iii I'jirlli. chants, teachers, hotel aud livery A. I.. Blain, who has been very cnting tho invention, but sympathy M. Brooks, Washington Ave., eral ofthc Green River counties. of Dr. J. S. Coleman for the men aro not benefitted then who are? tion Jns. with other dog owners induced her sick, is improving. St. Louis, Mo., makes affidavit that louisvilli; timks.J ur. uoieraan is Well, the saloon-keepe- r mission to Juba. to givo it publicity. Boston Budget. of course, There are several cases of measles he suffered from Representative Montgomery is makTO ALL. Rheumatism for eminently qualified for tho position then follow for their share of the in South Caneyville. Well Known. Kins Am Not years, until persuaded to try Drum- - ing a vigorous fight for Rev. J. S. and would reflect credit not only up- spoils ot blood, the Town Marshal, A.JJ. Romans is in Louisville at mond's Lightning Remedy, and that Coleman, of Hartford, who has filed Tho king of Italy is generally reon his native State but upon the the Jailor and the lawyers. And this writing. garded as an able officer, with much an application for United States Conby its use he has been fully restored. Government whose representative he when these aro numbered all arc knowledge of foreign politics nnd Willie Brack, of Short Creek, was He says T. the remedy is the greatest on sul to Havana. Mr. Coleman is not 601110 firmness, but that description would be. We earnestly wish that he numbered. in town Monday. earth. This is high praise, but fully here, however, but remains peacefully does not constitute a character,- nnd may be appointed and with his enWillie Geary.Sonth Cancyville, who warranted by other miraculous ALIKE. cures. at home Attending to business, al of his remaining qualities, excopt WHERE ARE WE AT? dorsements the indications are that he has been very sick for some time, is that ho is a good manager of finance If your druggist has not got Drum-mond- 's though prepared for appointment One Sundav evening a few months improving. SPECIAL ATTENTION will be. and has iti him somowhoro tho Lightning Remedy, write di- lightning to strike him nt any t. ago the town was thrown into inteusa tendency to plot, nothing Harned Bros. & Co. will soon have rect to Drummond Medicine Co., the Given to the Traveling seems to bo clearly discerned. Even Several years ago the people of excitement over the report that Wes their mammoth store ready for busi0 Maiden Lane, New York. of tho emperor of Germany, with his Ohio county by an overwhelming ma- Callahan had killed Crit Purk in a ness. Public, Agents wanted. Klllcilii Door. 32 2t loudness lor being visible, for rushMiss Keith is visiting her sis jority voted that the saloon must go, drunken fight at Hayti. It was soon OWISNSllORO MliSSIJKGUn. ing about and for making spcechco, Now, Hartford steps to tho front to learned, however, that Park was not ter, Mrs. Jeff D. Green, of this place. Ohio County mid iln Worlil'H Fnlr. Joe Mullen broughtdownanicebulk littlo is known, or rather much ia Mr. John D. Clardy, of the World's Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Rogers, Misses known, but tho knowledgo produces undo all so far as she may be concern killed, but that he had been very disPair Board of Managers for Kentucky, ofgamcatoncshot at the ILinning Mary ' cd, and proposes no longer to be bound dangerously cut in the head with an I,eorn nnd Laura Romans, tillery this morning. At an early hour nothing but perplexity. Loudon writes to Mr. J. V. Carson, one of the he noticed a deer at the chute crossing Spectator. Everyax. The best medical skill in Hart- Hicky and Effie Rogers visited Mr. members of by the obligations entered. the Ohio county board, and Mrs. Johnson Sunday evening, Our Ilrllulout Anlli"iU-- . body knows the intenso prejudice ex- ford, and by tho way Hartford affords that every thing should be ready on from the Indiana to the Kentucky side. and were nicely entertained. Ill tho cfiisus of Now Zealand He waited for the "fine old fellow" isting in tho minds of many people as good as can bo found in Kentucky, He to Misses Annie Allen and Ida Rag-lan- or before the 1st day of April. get in good range and fircd.The first taken in ls;u an attempt was made against Hartford. Aud now to cast was called aud taxed to the utmost to to classify tho religious beliefs of tho Rosine, visited friends here last further says: Callahan was defiance into tho face of a majority of save tho negro's life. "It is expected thnt each county load took effect in the deer's neck and people. In a population of 020,058 week. Come ngain, girls. would have caused its death, but Mr. ouly US.OOO wero found outsido the citizens will bo the worst days generally supposed to keep a tippling tho X. V. Davis left Tuesday evening will collect her own exhibit at the Mullen didn't want to take any pain of Christian klief, and only work Hartford could do tor herself. bouse, aud he with Park aud others for Louisville. county seat without expense to the it'iiS of this number wero professed risk and so let fly with another load wero drunk, an altercation took place, She will not do it. Miss Lyda Young left Tuesday even- board, except possibly a small cost which entered the deer's body center. agnostics. San Francisco Clironielo. for storage and packing of the goods. knives were drawn, an ax in the ing for Louisville. About 9:30 o'clock another deer was Notwithstanding the repeated bands of one citizen was brought into To l'rmi-nI'evrr Korea. Eli Harned thinks he will be our Your committee should arrange for Fever sores, when thoy aro allowed protests of Governor McKiuely, his dangerous proximity to tho brain of future postmaster. He has selected this. In most places storage is fur- seen on the river bank just below the friends havo continued to send contri- another citizen, tho peace of the the place to build Ins oflice. Be care- nished free by some one who has Hauuing. Some of the hands nt the to develop, uro very painful nnd most distillery nnd some men who were disfiguring, mid yet thoy can easily butions to tho the Chicago Infer Ocean community was seriously disturbed ful, Eli, don't cross the bridges before a vacant room. The Board pays bo cured in the beginning by keeping the freight and all expenses of the unloading a barge of corn got "the anfor him until Mr. Kohlsaat has been and the Sabbath desecrated. you get to thcin. Callaa ball of saltpeter on hand and at installment aud cost of the exhib- imal penned in a corner nnd caught it their first appearauco moistening tho compelled to accept them. At first han was arrested and in default of I expect there arc a great many who alive. ball with wuter und rubbing it on tho under instructions from Governor bail has lain in jail since. For days, would like to know something about it. All agricultural products arc spot. Now York Telegram. As Caneyville, at least those who have wanted, including all kinds of nuts, McKinley himself he sent back the even weeks, Park lay with his lifo in Of Intercut lo Nuntliiy KcliooN. The Ohio County Sunday School then they came in the balance. Both were evidently in never had the opportunity of visiting &c." contributions, but Daniel Dougherty began ono of his Nice Union will meet nt Beaver Dam, May brilliant invectives with the words, unsigned and bo could but keep the fault, but tho outcome of their trials this place. You shall hear very often Ilriiillsl .YIInlHlirV Medium, The following is the program of the the 6th. The hospitality of the good "If tho press gloat in licentiousness," donations. They now amount to $95-00- 0 doesn't justify that conclusion. Park if this escapes the waste basket. Lillian. Baptist Ministers meeting which con- people will be extended to nil who nnd tho Syracuse Standard reported tho amount of the Gov and Callahan were both acquitted and of interest to him as saying, "If tho press gloat In venes nt Centertbwn, Ohio county, nre full enough liabilities. justice is cheated of her dues. Thus linen trousers." t'lllh be present. We would urge nil The Lizzie C. Walker Club met in Ky. , Tuesday after the second Sabbath tho civil authorities seem to set the Do not criticiso tho writor who Tun Democrats, aware that the Re- precedent that it is possible for men to regular session nt the residence of in April, 1893: Is giving to Mission n Superintendents to call the attention hiscoinposition with French publicans would elect another Repub- break tho Sabbath, get drunk and Ladye Ella Rowe, with full attend paying invcstuicnt?Tlic best means to of theirschools to this meeting, which phrases. It is easier to hido ono'B promises to be one of the most interlican Senator from this Senatorial fight and shed blood even almost kill, ance, and the following program. develop the talent of our Churches Ignoranco in a foreign tonguo than District next November, have decided and yet neither of tho parties violate The questions were propounded and G. T. Tinslcy.-I- s itthedutyofman cal- esting nnd instructive meetings of the in a languago with which all pcoplo led of God to preach thegospel, togive kind ever held in the county. Watch aro familiar. satisfactorily answered: to gerrymander so as to mane Ohio tho law. Solo Ladye Ella Rowe. Solo Sir himself wholly to the work? J. A. the county papers for the program. county the running mate of Daviess. Last summer tho news spread over L. R. Baknutt, Pres. S. S. U. People do not at this ago of tho That is just about like them. But if the county that one boy in the north- Sam Cox. Recitation Iadyc May Rcucer. Is it possible for one who has world go for amusemou't to arenas to been regenerated and born of the spirit tho anticipated change is made, fare- ern part of the county had stabbed a Westerfield. Recitation Sir Walter eco men and women put to death, as Kolly-IlnrtllWe were favored by the to npostatize and be lost? II. P. playmate to death with a knife, and Pate. thoy did in ancient Itomo, but somewell forever to the Senatorial aspiraBrown. The nature and extent ofthc P. R. Kelly and Miss IJlla Hardin, times this is what they sco. D" that without any other apparent presence of Miss Lizzie C. Walker, tions of Ohio county Democrats What is of Deaueficld, were married yesterday. causo save perhaps a boyish quarrel. who we hope will meet with us atonement A. B. Smith. Davies3 will tako all such little bits of This week tho Tho cellular prison system iu Hoi- slayer was acquitted in often. We meet, by invitation, with gospel repentance? J. T. Casebicr. The.RKPUni.iCAN extends congratuln pie as the Seuatorsbip to her own the Circuit Court. The best method of conducting a pro- tionsand wishes them a long and wnu, wuero ino ouonuors ara com- Mrs. Carrie Williams next meeting. greedy self. See? ,i'vvujr Bum, laiuwvituu lo UOIUOSS A year or so ago at tho Fair a cer Resp'y, The Lizzie Wat.khr Cum. Imnnv tracted meeting L. W. Tichenor. nappy me. effectual in repressing crime and re forming criminals. Hartford Republican It has been tions that school teachers that palace. I'tii-glu- Elaction Notice. Pursuant to an der the Court, there will in 2K YOU KNOW be opened a poll in both the voting 11 Hartford, Ky., on the second j j ! May, 1893, day tween the hours of a. m. and m., to take the sense the lejral voters in said town on the question whether or not the local law now in force prohibiting the sale spirituous, vinous and malt liquors in said town, shall in . : lx.-o- lo-eaii- inoperative . therein. This March 1893. en-scen- J. P. STEVENS, j first-clas- Sheriff Ohio County. CASEBIER!- - grog-shop- ? 4kHi e 48-5- 0 FA ST LINE CASEBIER'S 'BUS office-holde- ONE IF'JR.IOEI Vi-r- - Ml ra mo-men- 48-5- . d, t I Call on us for haulirg A good saddle horse, Spring wagons and teams, Easy rides to B.Dam, Buggy horses and harness. In fact you can get Everything promptly and Right low in prices, we always have rigs fov hire Day or night for Both rich and poor, Under all circumstances. Hough or good roads Travel is all the same On our 'Bus Line and No extra charge for ha gage. i CUB I mm KEEP AN EYE OUT Buy your Shoes nt Schnptitir's. PERSONAL FOR - BARGAINS! OUR-- S 8STYOU WII.I, FIND TUB PI.ACU FOR IT WHEN YOU SBB SPRING DISPLAY OF E. W. Smith, Ccr.tlvo, called on us Tuesday. J. W. Black, Horton, called on us A. D. White wants your butter Saturday. and eggs. Lon Black, Horton, was in the city yesterday. C. L. Field's is the place to have O. P. Rains, Rosine, called while hi your Horse cared for. the city Saturday, Look out for C. L. Field's new Bufudge R. R. Wedding, Rosine, gave ggiesCar load coming us n call yesterday. Why do people go to C. L. Field's John J. McIIenry returned from to have their Horses cared for? Be Louisville yesterday, cause they know that they will get Dr. J. S. Coleman and wife lelt for Whitesville yesterday. good treatment. W. P. Render, Point Pleasant, was H. A. liairdToTliaTrl&Uhley.has in the city yesterday. bought the interest ol Mr. Ashly.who Thurman Westcrficld, McIIenry, returns to the farm. Mt. Baird con spent Sunday in town. tinues business at the old stand. W. C. Gray, Fordsville, was in the Tlicnummothstureliouss ol 1 lamed city several days last week. Bros. &Co.Caneyville,lsnearingcom-plction- . Miss Hcrtie Ward, of No Creek, is It is the largest house in visiting her brother, Sir. D. E. Ward. that part of the country. It is 40X-11- 0 Miss Bulah Barnett, No Creek, is feet, onennd a half stories high visiting her mint, Mrs. C. II. Sullen-gc- r. and fire proof from the outside. This is a popular firm and merit their Robert Vaught, who has been visiabundant success. They will open ting his brother John, returned to his their new stock in their new quarters home on Wednesday next, the 22d. R. P. I locker, of the popular firm Col. S. R. Dent, representing the of Hocker&Co., Beaver Dam, made United States Life Insurance Compa- us n call Monday. Miss Rosa Woerncr left for Louisny, is in the city this week looking after the interests of his Company. ville Monday, where she will spend several months. The United States is by far the most J. R. Midkiff and T..W. Wright, ol all the great Companies popular Magan, called at our office while in represented in this part of the State, the city Saturday. and its popularity is rapidly increasDr. ami Mrs. E. W. Ford, Fordsing. The best and most expert and ville, visited the family of Col. W. II. careful business men in our town and Moore the first of the week. county arc taking out policies with Prof. A. Lee Bennett, who has just Col. Dent. closed a very successful school at Ro caucu at tins oincc Saturday. The entertainment- at Beaver Dam sine, Our young friend, E. P. Taylor, Saturday night for the benefit of Maof Louisville, is at sonic Hall was a marked success. time with his mother, home for some near Clifton. "Among the Breakers," a play interProf. E. R. Ray and wife and Miss esting throughout, was rendered only Dora Gibson, Beaver Dam, attended the more attractive by the good work the Losey entertainment Monday of the characters. The song and the night. farce were both highly enjoyed. A V. G. Stewart, Beda, called on us considerable crowd was in attendance, Monday as he passed "through on his and a neat sum was cleared. All the way home from a visit to friends at neighboring towns were well repre- Rosine. Miss Nannie Young, a student in sented. the College, received a telegram Dr. J. S. Coleman presented a very Tuesday that her brother was very ill able sermon at the Baptist Church at Cancyville. She left at once for home. Sunday at 1 1 o'clock on the peculiariMisses Jennie Cascbier and Ella and Practice. ties af the Baptist Faith He presented the points on which all Wade, Rockport, visited Mrs. D. J. Coleman, Beaver Dam, from Friday evangelical denomination agrce.othcrs till Sunday, attending the entertainin which the Baptists agree with some ment Saturday night. and differ with others, and a number J. W. Hale, Fordsville's popular held alone by believers of the Baptist jeweler, called to see us Saturday. Mr. statement, The was Hale is not only a pleasant gentleFaith. s workman and 's a masterly effort, to define the position man, but a building up a fine trade in the thrivfail to be ing of his church and could not little city of the North. understood. The following young couples atMr. J. Allen Anderson, who has tended the entetainment at Beaver been for the last fifteen mouths con-- ! Dam Saturday night: Marvin Bean tiectcd with the Riii'tnu.iCAN, has quit and Miss Ida Duke, Sam Anderson and Miss Elva Morton, Lee Stevens the ways of newspaper life and gone and Miss Eva Morton. The young people spent a very enjoyable time. livelihoods. Wc dislike very much Numlny School nnil Cliurclir. to give Al. up for he's a good printer MHTIIODIST. and a pleasant fellow. We, who are Opening Hymn 869, Revive Us left behind, however, will hope to be remembered with frequent visits and Again. Prayer by Superintendent. Officers nnd teachers present, 13; an occasional sack of watermelons daysol August. absent, 2. Scholars present, 86; ablong in the hot sultry sent, 27; total present, 101. Cash on Do you hear that, Al? hand, $7.80; Collcctcd, $1.17. Total, While on his way across the bridge $8.97. Closing Hymn, 861. to the pond near the FairGround, last Miss Eva Morton was a visitor in Monday, to wash some of the livery Mrs. Fogle's class. horses, James Thomas, son of E. P. Roht. Vaught, of Illinois, was a Thomas, met with a very serious visitor in Prot. Lytle's class. accident. The horse he was riding Miss Sallie Quisenberry is a new began to rear and plunge and Jim was student. thrown to the ground breaking his BAl'TIST. ankle. He fell with such force that Total number of visitors, teachers the bone was not only broken but and pupils presents 78. pierced through the flesh, sticking The declamation of Miss Laura He was carried Render on the"Evils of Intemperance' ' into the ground. home and Drs. E. B. and J. E. Pen- was highly enjoyed and made a proThe bone was found impression on the audience. dleton summoned. set and hopes are entertained of his Interest increasing. early recovery, although it is probable that he will be lame for life. A Card olThnnltn. The Hartford Lecture Club desire College llnpitf-iilnft-i- . Our work the past week, has been to thank the public for the liberal pat very fine indeed. ronage received on last Monday night, On Monday morning Miss Lida, it being the first entertainment given Walker, City, and Robert Vaught.Llb-erty- , by them. We will endeavor to secure 111. attended General Exercises. some very rare talent in a short time Miss Nannie Young was called and hope to please you even better home Tuesday on the account of the than before. We hope to merit a conillness of her brother. tinuance of this very complimenWe arc sorry to note the serious tary attendance. By order of the club. accident that has befallen one of our G. B. Likens, Scc'y. students, James Thomas, and hope that he may soon recover. NUI.IMIUK NPKIXCIN. Mr. C. B. Moreltead, Sacramento, is March 13. Pro Bono Publico wisha new student. es to state distinctly that he disdains Rev. L. R. Barnett conducted Gen- to enter into a newspaper controvereral Exercise Tuesday morning. sy with any one who has not the inMisses Lida Walker, Jessie Ford, telligence to dictate his own letters, Laura Render, Messrs. Lee Stevens and any attempt by such a one will and Marvin Bean, visited the school be treated with silent contempt. I Tuesday morning. am responsible for what I write. My Miss Elva Morton is out of school business is to give the news. this week on the account of sickness. John W. Canon is very sick and is Prof 0. M. Shultz has organized a not expected to survive his present very interesting reading class in con- illness. nection with his composition work. A small child of Tilford Haynes is very low of continued fever. Dr. A. R. Byers, MourcOlilllgnH On Wednesday morning at 9:15 of Grayson county, has located at o'clock, Mr. Harry Moore, of Para- Olaton. He will sell drugs and pracWe welcome dise, and Miss Lula Milligan, of this tice his profession. place, were married, at the home of such citizens to our midst, Bro. J. H. Hays preached at Macthe bride, two miles north of town. Sunday. His theme edonia last A considerable number of friends and relatives gathered in and the ceremo- was on the Hue of "Quit your Meanny was pronounced in a very impos- ness and do Right."it was highly ap. ing manner by Rev. G. B. McDon- preciated, V. W. Acton has bought eighty ald. Mr. Moore is a successful young business man and is to be congratu- acres of land of Mrs. Delia Acton, lated upon his wise choice of a help- lying on the Rosine road, paying mate. The bride is a popular young $4.25 per acre. He secured quite a lady of great moral and mental good bargain. Pro Bono Pudlico. m worth. After the congratulations of friends, Ailmlnlxtrntor Hnle. administrator, the happy couple started on a bridal The undersigned' tour to Louisville and other cities. will on 28th day ol March 1893 offer Those present from Hartford were: for sale at the late residence of WilMisses Katie Coombcs, Annie Bean, liam Stogner deceased the followEva Pirtle, Ruth Coombes, Laura ing propetty, belonging to the estate Render, Messrs. J. S. R. Wedding, E. of said deceased. Five head of cattle, V. Milligan, Johnny Vaught, Perry six head ot hogs, fourteen head of Casebicr and Jo. B. Rogers. sheep and about twenty bushels of corn. Terms of sale will be made I. A DIBS known on the day of sale. tonte. or cklldnn that irtnt bulldlsc Keedlnc up, itiould uike This March the 16, 1893. BROWN'S iron bittkri. It ! pltaaant to Uk, curw Malaria, IndlW J. S. R. Wrpdino, Adut. Uon. rmd Ulllousnws. Alt deaUn keep It, to-dafirst-clas! Schapmirc's. The Grand Jury adjourned yesterday. Sec the nice Shoes at Quality and Elegance! Our Seasonable Stock Lacks Nothing but Uuyers. They will be Satisfied. They will Come. They will Buy nt The fairest frices lives Hade FOR SUCH QUALITIES! Visitors nre not asked to HISMKVK but are shown goods to CONVINCE them that we nre Leading the Trade in i (unit, fiiig, looti, fym HATS, (JAPS, FURNISHING GOODS, NOTIONS. If you wish to sec the latest novelties and newest ideas for the season If you wish to of our farmers are busy sowing oats nnd preparing for a latge crop. J. Allen Anderson and wile spent Sunday above town, the guest o! Mrs. Tanner and family. Miss Gertrude Mills spent several days last week visiting friends on No Creek. Lowry Mills will leave for Daviess county Saturday, where he will be engaged at work for some time. Wilbur Tinslcy and S. E. Bennett went to Owcnsboro last week with two loads of tobacco, Mrs. Theresa Mitchell, Beda, is visiting in this vicinity nt this writing, the guest of Mrs V. D. D. Stevens. A Sunday school was organized at Alexander last Sunday evening with S. L. Baird as Supcriudcnt; Jo Foster, Assistant Superintendent, and Miss Ada Patton Secretary, after which the school adjourned to meet the first Sunday in April, at 3 o'clock p. itt. There seems to be a deep interest taken in the work, which is being taken by the good people of this vicinity. Everybody come and take part with us in this noble work and let us have a good Sunday School for the benefit of the small children that cannot attend elsewhere. Hoping to have a large attendance and a good Daisy Drank. school, I am, Mar. 13. Most kimi:hiiook. the DT(attaif. From -- or THE- ear,i' morn hho HP chnsptl tlio TlnMr 1 W VI and at (lurk or I broueht him tn t. fiMstl&fTi' bay in tho presC-4ence of thti hunS At Hip t'lo.e ot BnnlnriKi, Jnn ters. But In the I y X miSr chase film ran n. miry 7,1803. thorn quite through her paw. It has been extracted. A bottle of Dr. Fen tier's RESOURCES. Golden Relief has been poured into a bowl, and her paw dipped In It, so that Hills discounted 870,911.82 every part of the wound Is saturated Real estate .1,000.00 and brought under its influence. Tlicro Furniture and fixtures. . . . 1,000.00 will never be any soreness no swelling no matteratlng no "laying up." She Bonds and Bank Stock . . 1,341.67 can run again Is such a Debts in suit 743.54 remedy worth anything? It cures Just Cash on baud . . . . , 14,117.78 as readily any frtth wound, any cut, Cash in other Banks 17,280.68 bruise, burn, scald or old sore. Inter-tiull- y It cures any colic, dyspepsia, pain In stomach, diarrhoea, dysentery or flux. S108.3U5.49 Also it cures promptly any sorcthroat, LIABILITIES. bronchitis or consumption (If lungs not already disorganized.) In a word it $30,000.00 cures ant inflammation anyithtre and Capital stock 72,486.85 the disease, whatever Its name, vanishes. Deposits No inflammation 1,144.00 no pain, no swelling, Dividends unpaid no disease. Could anything be more Duo other Banks 4.30 simple or satisfactory? Miners, mill Discount and 413.61 Exchange.. hands and everybody need it. If satis4,340.73 faction not given, money refunded. Undivided Profits Contains no narcotics or mineral poisSafe, and certain. ons. Never disap$108,395.49 points. Take a bottlo homo A dividend of $4.00 per share is Notice. The spring session of Rosine High now due aud payabloon demand. 3k, "jjW Otnnht Iia had Statement of Condition OL h - I T to-da- School begins Monday, March 13th. Patronage solicited. For further information call on or address MlSS 1IEI.MJ WlIITTINGHIM,, d. K. Cox, nttU.VItXNEHM, President. 1I4VJB Teacher. Rosine, Ky. Harris Theater, LOUISVILLE, KY. Mrs. P. Harris, R. L. Britton aud T. F. Dean, M'g'rs aud Props. The only modernly built Theater in the city. The only Theater playing first-claattractions at popular prices. Situated on West side of 1th ave., between Walnut and Green. Prices 50c, 25c, 15c and 10c. ss COME AND SEE COMB A.NX SEE see the very TJSL lcst in standard styles and reliable makes T7S. hIF Value for your Money YOU WANTCome and See Us. Truth brands our Cowls "Honest Quality." Fashion pronounces them "Correct Styles." Economy recommends our "Low Prices. - .o If you want to enjoy the FULL PURCHASING POWER DOLLAR spend it with OK YOUR FAIR BROS. PROPRIETORS OF & CO. Hartford Temple of Fashion. N.N &M.V.R.R. TrUINi 1.KAVK HKAVKIl DAM TKtlNS OINO WEST. Ko.fl, Mull ami Hapress No. 7, Examine Carson & Co.'s Clothing and Hats. A. D. White has some more Clocks .........11.10 r. u, .11:50 LlmrtrJ F.iresii TIlAINs. r. . . . that he wants to give away. Did you know that Hardin Baird was the cheapest man in town? Remember that Hardin Baird has a nice lot of seed sweet potatoes. K.itertalnmpnt. The A few weeks ago what bids fair to be a very important event in the history of our town took place. We mean the organization on a permanent footing, of the Hartford Lecture Club. The object of the organization is to bring within the reach of the people of Hartford and Ohio county the advantage of a scries of high class The institution is a entertainments. worthy one and deserves to live long. It gives to our people something the like of which wc sec and hear too title. The Club secured for their first entertainment of the scries, the eminent elocutionist, Frederick D. Losey, of New York, and the meeting held on Monday night, last. A large crowd gathered early to hear the treat that every one felt was in store. The rostrum had been artistically decorated and presented quite a pleasing appearance. Promptly at 8:15 the speaker was introduced by Prof. J. W. Lytic, President of the Club, and for an hour and a half Prof. Losey held complete sway over his audience. His pieces were varied and appropriate, an 1 never once failed to be greeted with the heartiest of applause. It would be difficult to choose the best from a collection so uniformly good. The only objection offered to the entertainment is that it was too shott, which in itself is the highest possible compliment. The officers and members of the Club deserve great credit for their excellent management of the affair, and the people owe a debt of gratitude for the rare treat. We shall look forward with pleasant anticipation to the next in the series of entertainments. Let it come quickly. iMHey It can bo given In glas of beer, it cup of coffee or leu, or In food, without tho knowledge of the patient. It u nlwolutcljr harmless, tnd will affect a permanent nnd speedy cure, whether the Is nmrnlererntodrlnUerornnnlcohollo wreck. It has been given in a thousand easel, and in every case a perfect cure has followed' it never nils. The system once impregnated with th. specific, It becomes an utter Impossibility for the liquorappctlt. to exist. Cures gnarnteed, 48 page book of particulars free. Address the GOLDEN NPEG1F1V CO. 183 RACE Htreet Cincln-natt- l, Ohio, A. Harris, HABIT Cared nt Home In TeaBajrn by admliiliterlng Dr. Hnlnea' Golden NpeelHc. or the Jo Reed HARRIS & REED, BARBERS. Opposite Sulzer and near Cloverport Hotel, Cloverport, Ky. m m m Apple Trees. First-clas- s apple tree at the Beaver Dam Nursery, for 10c a piece. Call on us. 3 Respectfully, Chick & Co. AGENTS Wo Wanted. A good reliable man with team to Twenty-fiv- e crop on shares. or thirty acres of first-clas- s land near Owcnsboro, Ky. References. Apply at this office or address C. F. McCar-tP. O. Box, No. 53, Owensboro, Kentucky. 31 tf y, "Tasfflfi ?Lory townDE ALERS JACK FROST FREEZER. - A Scientific Machine made on a Scientific Principle. Save their cost a dozen times a year. It is A child can operate it.. not iiiussy or sloppy. Sells at sight. Send for prices and discounts. 29 Murray St. , NEW YORK.- MAKtiS ICE CREAM IN 30 SECONDS 9 7'ISXl39?L No. 0, Mall r.J No. I. l.lmltr.1 I'.n r Kjk... (JOISO KAST. Mir. 3- - If you want salt, be sure and sec White, before you buy elsewhere. All the go, the newest style in millinery goods at Kahn's Clothing House. The Hat House for men,, ladies, misses and children go to Kahn's Clothing House. FHIDAY, MARCH Go to 17, 1893. Kahu's for Clothing. The finest Clothing, the lcst price at Kahn's. Spring novelties in every line at Fair Bros. & Co. It is expected that on the night of taccs and riblwns in abundance at the first Monday in April a Masonic Pair Bros. & Co. Lodge will be organized here. Don't forget Carson & Go's cery department. gro- f Finest Hue of neckties in Ohio county at Fair Bros. & Co. By far the licst Clothing House in Hartford is Fair Bros. & Co. Bros, know the best Williams plows and have them for sale. When you want a Chilled Plow, get the Vulcan. Sec the fine material used. Williams Bros, have them. Rcmctnbcrjhat A. D. White buys for cash and sells for cash, and can sell cheaper than any other house in town. Ginghams for dresses, ginghams for aprons, all wool dress goods, the newest style, come to Kahn's Clothing House. Sec the new goods at Knhn'sClotb-inHouse it will surprise you. g Fair Bros. & Co. arc headquarters. Come to them for your clothing. Don't forget that Hardin Baird has a lot of trace chains, hoes, rakes, gate Carson &Co's. stock will lead this hinges, and will pay 10 cents for eggs season for new styles and new goods. ) for the next ten days. The finest line of dress goods, trimWe give you the lowest prices the best goods at Kahu's Clothing mings, hose, handkerchiefs, spring shawls, fine embroidered cloaks at House. Buy your child a suit at Fair Bros. Kahn's Clothing House. & Co. They have them below petition. com- Handsomest line of dress goods and trimmings to be found, is at Fair ' Hartford College is in a flourishing condition. Work in all the departments is good. Interest in the oratorical contest is already awakening. Sheriff J. P. Stevens has moved his family into the Midkiff property on Walnut Street. Hartford is proud to to have such an aquisition to her society. Bros. & Co. Remember that White sells more and better goods than any other house in town. In your valuable paper of last week, from this place a correspondent seems to think that there is but one family in this town. B. H., I will tell you that there is more than one family in Taylor Mines. Our town has been very much excited for the last two days. The first to excite our quiet little village was the arrival, last Saturday of two T toughs with a jug of liquor. Their IB. RIVER, Manager. . K Opposite City Scales. names were Smith and Daugherty. We do work as cheap as anybody, quality considered. Repairing and Smith has been in town before. He went to Dick Brown's and staid all epainting doneproml y . Give us a call. BUGGIES FROM $35 UP. night and after staying all night he decided that he wanted Dick's wife, and they fixed up and left for parts unknown, she leaving her baby. Smith has been married twice and has left both wives and stolen another. He is a tough. The town was thrown into a fever of excitement this evening. A little child of John May's and a larger boy, lrom Hamilton, came to town to visit a sick brother. The little child went out to play and the big boy got the five year old child and run off and lelt it and it was found at Mrs. Martin's, more than a mile away. When the child came to the house, Mrs. Martin sent the news to town and what seemed to be a fruitless search for the little wanderer was turned into a general rejoicing; and especially, were the father and mother rejoiced. I will close for this time, hoping that this will not find the waste basOBSERVER. ket. TAYLOR MINER. J"fiS3-- tfompt I&.fieML - - livery gtaWe. VEHICLES, CARTS. BMIES, ,If you want the best steel plow in Casebicr & Burton still to the front this market, fully warranted, go to and hope to remain there by furnishWilliams Bros. ing the best of feeds, rigs, livery horsWhy, I never have seen finer cloth- es, conveyances to and irom Beaver ing in Ohio county than at Kahn's Dam. ( Mrs. J. H. Nave was in the city Mamma please let me go and buy Monday, soliciting subscriptions for my new hat at Kahn's Clothing and the purchase of a new organ for BeavDry Goods House. s er Dam Church. She is a Fair Bros. & Co.. keep anything solicitor and had good success. you want in clothing. This is why Marriage license since bur last rethey sell the goods, port: James A. Richardson to Ida DaJ. W. Ford & Co.'SjJgleheatt Bro. vis, P. R. Kelly to Martha E. Hardin, best brand of Flourbn hand, at low H. U. Moore to Lula Mllligan, Win. B. Chapman to Nancy E. Southard. down prices, at White's. first-clas- this spring. A Mulm That I. Good af Time. The bugaboo maxim of childhood, "Littlo folks should bo seen and not heard," is, like a great many other things, very good in its place, and that place is most decidedly tho table when other guests are present. Dearly as parents may love to listen to the prattle of their little ones, Dealer in Horses, Buggies, Carriages, Road Carts, Owensboro Wagons they should remember that the whole world does not consider small 33fSaddlo or Harness Horses for sale or hire at all times." Mary and John quite as great wonders as they do. Philadelphia Times. I If you want a fine dress, spring Wc pay spot cash for our clothing. wrap, a fine spring shawl, finest Buy them where we can get them the hose, the best shoes, go to Kahn's. cheapest, give our customers the full This is Wc do first-clas- s work in our shop. benefit of our low purchase. why Fair Bros. &'Co. have the clothDick Williams has had 25 years expeing trade. rience. Williams Bros. A recipe for beauty I Who shall compound itt It is easy to say that wo must have good health, good tnmnnr crnod brooding, havrjinees. Ruskin says pithily, "You can never make a girl lovely unless you make hor happy." Tranquillity of life, ability to rest, freedom from heavy burdens, luxury, these helpj but, after all, beauty, like glory, is tho untranslatable word. Harper's Bazar. A Big Towing- - A Recipe For Beauty. $37.50 SOUTHERN QUEEN $37.50 d Is it possible a Top Buggy with Dash Rail, Seat Rail, Handle, iiud nanus ana saait i ips, tor strove price r Silver-plate- h -- lid I When you come to town, don't forThe Beaver Dam High School Is growing, several new students have get Hardin Baird is here and is doing business on the square. Nails, been enrolled in the last few days. sugar, 17 and 20 pounds to the $1; When we say the iron beam shovel flour, $4.75 per barrel; good coffee, is the best, you will find it correct aajfc per pound. Everything in his by using them. Williams Bros. line cheap for cash. 3c; In November, 1891, the whaleback steamship Wetmore lost her rudder oo 30 miles south of the mouth of the 5 Columbia river. The steamship Zambesi, from Victoria, B. 0., to Portland, made a cable fast with some Write for our difficulty and towed her across the bar of the Columbia to a safe anchorTHE age. She was awarded W,000 sal- CINCINNATI, vage. Now York Evening Sua. F... BIN Sdq New 80 page Catalogue Aauress of all kinds of VeSdifc SOUTHERN BUGGY 00. - - - OHIO, U. K'i v cxmutii mngawrxtrexrmag ieiuix&eseagi s?wsa?jt?w - -- f- that dread disease, c6usiimptiou. and disappointed hope, would dwinDisease The young husband, who was ever nt dle in a goodly measure. r .aI clt-J- . m?-l.:1. k w j I'Qv" administering to her would be robbed of much of its power. her "V wj car IIV I Ahv FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1893. ' were je &y The clouds would vanish from ten wants and tiying to allay the pain Os.CZ7.tlT5hUg I upon to bear, lmniany thousand afflicted holies, and peace she was callc vLjBmsJi y XV i 1 I m I IUI 1". Villi ''L L'.fVL M1I TOWN TATTLER. - IT JtA breathe its fragrance on the world, sympathizing friends. We can say mm& I 1 T7 fJZrtSrt . t y'A almost as if the day of its redemption nothing inoic consoling to the beHas it ever occurred to you that had come. Sew reaved husband than did his wife. One reason why Scott's Emulsion of Pure; No many times niornl mid intellectual She told him not to grieve for her worth counts for very little with a wogi.tn Cod Liver Oil and llyoophosphites of Linu. The following lines on, "Is n Small that she had suffered and wim wil- young laily when she chooses her ling to die. She had never attached and Soda has had such a large s.ili" is because it is gentleman associates or husband? Waist Beautiful?" arc offered for the herself to any el urih, but her wil-- , consideration of our "Almost as ptla'n'ilc as milk;" hut tho best reason is many times young men of very conscientious Too A hint to lingncss' to die and her desire to questionable morals, fast young men, young female population. ' that its curat!: properties are unequalled. It cures meet her savior, gx-s.tshow that corrupt, lecherous gambling young the wise is sufficient: the cough, Mipplios the waste nf tissues, produces she was n chrhtia.i. V.'e all mins her, ' lUR Grocer CLAIRETTE SOAP, ISfasdudQiDliW This men arc welcomed in the parlor of the she is done with the troubles of this flesh and builds up the entire swan. Sells if. MAKES WASHING VCRY EASY andVcigW. is the first ladies of the land and : world and has gone to i.i.--l l.,.r God g;i 13 shape of Trr' Hcott'fl KmuUlon c iroo Coughs, sometimes their company is even ja tfrtD to receive her tcwatd ri.nred .01 a woman's waist Golds, Consumpt'cn, Scrofula, almost openly sought, while the w? the good and ncblc. Let i.s, uw'.r on which a corset tight find all Anacmlo unci Wasting young men of good habits, good icwAMiteycw& friends, so live that wo l.ny nievl lici uisonsoa. provont3 wasting In is laced. The ribs, deformed sx breeding, good sense, good morals; jff&GSi AV Ux.. clilldron. Aiuio-- t nt imtmnino i p..r in a laud wncrj ..II h wy!.; .;.i by being squeezed, pressed on the l"VV4 inilK. Get (till)' t Lie Kflllllllc. Wft.1. young men who are noble in heart f ting is no more. A !''ui.iM. UW1 by Hoott A. lion no, CJirniUtH, lungs till they're diseased, and virtuous in life knock in vain at lurk. Sold by nil Dru0fUts, Jffl y Xr Match t, 1S93. the heart is jammed and the threshhold of these fashionable cannot pump. The homes, seeking the association or N A liver is a torpid u. tc l.oo!:lii(; ut Tlii'iiunim . i.ot :.s u.i.i:,sr. t.oi ih ,v perchance even the hand of the fair A Startling Oil'ov. & CO, -- ST. LOUIQ. lump. The Thcro is u morbid desiro in the inmate. Why is this thus? Can it The 1Ji:itiii.I(!.n ui.il the New 4'iil!ii V l.il'i ! n ill V,, fvrmmsttsj , breast of mankind to look upon j r be the young ladies nre ignorant of scenes of HufTerinr and l.oiror. York Tribitim Imtli uno o.ir for life of those gay young riien? the Vo instiuctlvely turn to t''n. page bciu:it m: in iti'dt nov.i, crushed, o .!, j SiOtoS, "vzptn&t: Then, shame on their fathers and zm&z RES5J3S1 of tho dailv tiannr wlteivcu r.ro ro- - only StJo. wKsriiovxii. cannot digest, lhill. '"": . tr.u'1 of brothers who know it and who counted tho sickening The ilnnTM.iu.VN and Tlio lloine I v. titilvrlllr Til a. in. all in a mess are tho dav. With u fit'lhur ot lllinclii1 keep their daughters and sisters ig. I.'I1 A. Ill .. Wil Pi 'nt compressed. Therewo upproiicli ntnl I'm in both oiiu jmr fur only dismay unci K.1T 11. 111. ltriiiiil.'ii'iurx norant of things they should fully I n. fore, this silly woman grows tho seeno of botuoucetdeut una tluo IdiiimI understand. Is it because the moral 2.1. s!i'ii.-'tor- t t ilu in. . . our way within lew of tho bitficrtr. SI. to be a fearful mass of woes. young man is not sufficiently polished II 11.111 l'i I1.in'rirt Wo know n certain sight will The Hkitiu icy ntul Ibo Anioriean but thinks she has a lovely Hhwtf-iIS ,,iB. II II g?or is it due to a careless depraved onwi-- ii uiu cviiciiniHii i, uiui.i f..u. J' I II U"1Tt . shape. Though hideous ""-- ' ar '"' ". iXwr view it. i taste on the part of the young lady, dering, wo draw near and i).pu.l4m as a crippled ape. If you want n practical illihtiitiioi. who, in short, connives at the wanton Th(J P,'..IIIV ICA N am Wcmii.ikinl r. 11. n.lcrxMi of this, watch the ciHiwrts about life of her unworthy suitor and relish tho thermometers on a coU, freezing both one year lor only 1.J . This is es his suggestive conduct? These in mxi. tlnTv' a woman's TlioliKi'iT.i.tt'AXuuil tln ('oiirier- . things should not be. Many a young 1. 1. llflhlffMHI . . .. Hero conies n nuwi, wrapped ttpin natural waist, llt!-.ltl- i 0110 year fur only ?! 70. lady has lost an opportunity of winan ulster, slapping ltis ham's together '"unul HvWMi. which corset never 4 It ning a good husband by receiving the and trying his bet to keen warm. nll, n..l i).,. f. ..iiuk-I (.irt yet disgraced. Inside it I Ho see's tho the'inionii'tur nt nuis- - .. .i attentions of a man without honor. llnuioillv . Olt .111 "- ..A.. is a mine of health. Outside, "' ""'" ....A- .,Ui" "" "" I.. o.ww. tanco mid hliiveis. At ti.i.t wry iuo niirriu.l Girls, be brave and womanly, snub 'J'lii- - .ipplie-- i to both new siiliMiribi-inout thcro creeps into liu m ml .1:1 of charms it has a wealth. Mh'IhiihiI every man whom you have reason to Irvliujton . nbiioraial, gloomy dwiro to 1 j 7: . t It is a thing of beauty believe has not a pure heart.Considcr nrHrolehlHiM it. Ho knows tho8ll'tof thomor- - "",l true, and a sweet joy WV--I IV1.1l him a pearl of great price, who, cui-nt zoro will freeze his blood to . .. ..,.,..,. si,!l!K 1., Ar I.iilTlll for ever new. It ..,.. tho maiTOW, und yet ho cannot re- - n.w. i:i.i .i though he be not so wealthy nor so . jKl,T tt'K. HUnCV'lXITn needs no artful Eist polished, offers to bring as his gift to A Free Tiip to The Wot Id's Fair, irHnsoii id. ... pi. j, .u.iirti.o 1.. t'VM CX-Jatpadding vile Ho croons stealthily up, takes 0110 U wy1 the matrimonial altar a character un., ".. furtiv o gianco ami biuu.s aw ,,.,,1 ,.,. i.,f4 ....... i r ,,.,;,.,. iWt&TIBt&'wJfYYy.VM or bustle big to rr"""!!! ......n .......w... rur stained. Cling to him as to your ......i'. i .. i.miihi. ..,..1111.1 rr iuiriiiM.iiii. uin- uJ.iMI4L4 ?. Y i iU4n1C4 ftV k1fOkrML!"ril.NlWi?ii his teeth chattering and his b'ool' , , . give it "style." .& . ,. v,,!,,.K ' ....,.., life. " 'j ? ""' " waicn. nieycle, , VQ m curdleil. Now York Herald. K. It's strong and solid, 01 li,l('. ollered fur a little . nrS-1TT Kfr.tZ ' : '''" v n plump and sound, and A. J. SLATON, T.I. I)., Every man in Hartford who Coconnuts when ripo fall to the pk'nfant work near boine, by the pub hard to get one arm to vote for whisky should have ground, nud when necessary nro lislicrs of WIDE AWAKK. For full around. Alas! If women & plucked by men who climb up. It particular free, address V. F. ICcl heard the declamation of Miss Laura only knew the mischief that sometimes makes ono's blood run log;,', IJ"x 1 I 'it rotmrtljr of Millttnml, ro '. Render at the Baptist Sunday School lii'ilon, Mus. 1G lni tii"lil,i!i'rliii'ri)yioii'.l-these corsets do, they'd let I cold to seo them ran up tho trees like ' r.mlothonpl.i j Sunday morning. But as a majority dame nature have her Ur.)niiiJ I'lii.'.uiin i'i:imii- i- Olllii-11monkoys. ' iNin-e- , (tho Ir ltsiln prop. rv ) Tlly of those of our esteemed citiTllO llKl'UHLICAX way, and never try her Two ways ato practiced fur mount- AVU zens who arc expected to cast their tnr ftin tnmlf Tti flu. nni.n nf m mnull "waste" to"starve." T,!e Loading Bepulilican ramify Paper of the United Slates, suffrages for the spread of intemper-nncear- c treo, oratan odd moment, thonian 1U1(1 W Yoi'lv. walks up tho trunk, keeping his feet not distinguished for any IIom'm TIi In. wily I.Jo, Cash in .1(1 ran cc. flat against it and throwing his great regularity in attending either We offer One Hundred Dollars ReCENTRAL CITY, KY. 0110 weight back from it as much us posChurch or Sunday School, the piece, ward for any case of Catarrh that cansible, retaining his position at tho R. R. PAXOK, which, by the way, was written by not be cured b Hall's Catarrh Cure. sanio timoby thotemuoii of his arms. fi B 2 Has jut been rq.uim! and newly JL 1 J. Citr.s-K2 3 & Co., Props. Dr. Seiss, is reproduced here. Read Tho other and safer plan is to pa-- s in r Iron, 111tr. r.i. jou Toledo, Ohio. it and then be brave enough to vote a loop of cord around the feet, which D 1 or v I.iiitk to nvnilpiu. hii1 Imllet. furnished. I.ueated eliue to Depot. mm We, the undersighned, have known nro thus kept closo together, and of. iillim ft.iil nt. Giwn'' t'io n - ut T01.11, Count r ui.d Sin'e, Htnl in much Xatiniinl as your conscience dictates: irnin H over lV foiinir) first-elnGive iewi.i nii h'Iki ;m iui til it- - eln-luneh Ymir I. uue wouM lie inniiuplcte with The history of strong drink is the F.J. Cheney forthepast fifteen years, i grasp tho trunk of tho tree, tho amis if iot jit't'ii np" it n.vutp tiiitl r.i.l.pi. opj nf Good tneals or ' lu tho uicaiituiio osaioliut,' tho elimb- - tlio rl..int m 'niiioninl mpr llil Aor it a ti in lii&tery of ruin, of tears, of blood. It nmi iwiinvn 1.1... w,vti out it. er, who moves upward in a sono3 of 1L".h. itliii will Hi rJ jnii moro liilhfui l tln.11 j ou lnr. twl formuu n.lij.racli Hjoj is, perhaps, the greatest curse that in all transactions and financially able jumps. Frank LcMiosJluuUsly. nutnlifreoiita n. him tied- - of It it. rs lntii nmij( 1.' ever scourged the earth. It is one of to carry out any obligation made by ws lIllOWA'r. .tlf HIT .r.f 'IIA-- t" lii'iu- - au I mli i.ii'O witntiiijii A Dlr.Lri .ire I'or Jxfa'-depravity's worst fruits, n giant de- their firm. - tor pirlr. tl.o- - of the opposite cx; if tlipro m h mau or m Ilumlii.1 llilr1.., Cniitnlna IV ii hi, of tho V. K. I'if.i r, itn.l l'ivfH all tin cent-ra- l in A littlo hotel on Maihet utreet rnmin wlmlm om forni.l u or lur .I'lnll) liiu-- iWllclcm C'mulj- - licoil mid qui. kly mon of destruction. Men may talk West&Thaux, Wholesale Druggists, - he cv. nt 1: l rti I t!.i . 'it n, l.irein IiupU 111 a niiclit'll. lit liomo. Thl Looitti civvuntTRjrnittrui; It lni) hang? out a sign, ' Bd-- . 2.. and 50 litrr'n lh" KKl'linopporluiiuy. il.ireIIriw of earthquake, storms, conflagrations, Toledo, Ohio. Walding, Kinnan & cents." A guest walked in tho other LooMa, rni.in It, II HajhI hi .lre.-t- , Ilomoii, udU L'ui'tral irtures. ' ireK", and 11 I'un.i' 'i in !V.' Ui our Young Full;. nj int. famine, pestilence, despotism, and Man'in, Wholesale. Druggists, Toledo, day and to bo bhov.-- a eposi-meMlj. M. il '.. irii li. ii . ir "i il the n lmirntioii ..f wivw und djiilitiT. of eaeli kind of bed. Ho found var,but intemperance in the use of Ohio. -, i! k 1! n , ('lit Jk nnd liirii-i- i nit n .'omprelien-ivintoxicating drinks has sent a volume Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter- that they were exactly tho winie eize, S7a.SC 1: S3S0.C0.lr;,,5,'uV. to .roil fTTfrr T .I'titrd d ;iiirtniiut ha n imperior 111 in tho 100m, and both were cov- pwfi it who can of misery and woe into the stream of nally, acting directly upon the blood nud urn i'u u fnmili n li in ro roc. giit-- .l amliority in nil p.irtwf the and mucous surfaces of the system. eted with wooLn comforts that uholiitiin to 111.1 Imiiih ... Siinr. in in ut this world's history more fearlul and looked ju-- t alike. in 3 lf prnflt.KIy mi) . iiln, fw v mn i. to i.'l.-- t'li- - iil.'iidi'l .loiinril npd Tho Tertiuio-nial- s Sold by all Druggists. terrific than any of them. truest Why uo you charso moro m twu pii. 11. r. .hii.ns(i. ,v r ii .nr free. "'l"''" forono bed than tho other? They ' inu Mm t., tu innmni, . It is the Amazon and the Misissip-p- i nro ns much aliko as two leghorn .. among the rivers of wretchedness. C5 13.17 Ol-a- s hon.-i- . j Trimlros nml 1'nlruiiN. It is the Alexander and Napoleon ' 1'ril in.. , ro.rulttr pii. S. I will be at the following places at per yvar Landlord (condeSceudin?ly)-- Wo 1.00 WHtfl YOU 03 TO OWEfiSBORO among the warriers upon the peace times given ll.i.!', 01.1 ji.'ii ii.'ieiin ' rt to settle questions con- uuiiuu iuu Miuuiu, un, uu uiu M U.l.n.N and good of man. It is an evil which cerning the boundaries of the School beds onco a weel;, and on the 25 cent is limited to no age, no continent, no Tutiil Districts, named: Rockport; Districts beds once u month. Guest Guess I'll tako a 10 cent nation, no party, no sex, no period Nos. 82, 1 6 and 81, Friday, March 24, seat by tho btovo and nod. Louihvillo " in life. It has taken the poor man at o'clock. Number Nineteen; Dis- Courier-Journaiiirrwi:i:x A . 9 his toil, and the rich man at his tricts, at LOUSVILLE antf KEMPKIS. FriNos. 19, 81, 99 and 101, uli nitimi :ntv Ih''Iii nt any time. v-d- u desk; the senators in the halls of state, day, Tho tr- nf tin- - I'jrnmlcls. WITH March 24, at o'clock p. 111. Addn iili order- - tt large-- t of tho pyrnmkls was Tho and the drayman on the streets; the Number Eight; Districts Nos. 70, 99, originally 81 feet high and &3II on PULLKAN BUFFETSIesping Cars" young man in his festivities, and the and 22, Saturday, March 25, at 10 tho bides, tho bao eoveiing 11 acres. 84 old man in his repose, and then plung- o'clock. J .VJJ j I'KOJt AND TO c New Iiayinus; Districts Tho stones, which tiro in --'i3 layers, . ed them into a common ruin. It has Nos. t.m isu.i,i:,m:.uimi!s. a i UM'.ri! Ouo acHarttottl, Kentucky. 73 and 7, Monday, Mach 27,at 10 nvorago CO feet in length. iiAioA t:KJi:,:.i..i -. i;u 01:1.1: i.m', raged equally in times of war and o'clock. Gentry Schoolhouse; Dis- count says that a30,C0O men worked till .i.'II1IiN. in times of peace, in periods of depres- tricts Nos. for twenty years in fashioning tho For the 35, 102, 44 and 73, MonOCtM 1W rranwttwww!rtii fiie.'l ami Mut Artufic 11'orA, 7VfVrtxilMMAil Titanic pilo. 2t. Ljuis R.'rvbUc. sion and in periodsofprosperity,in re- day, March The Quick ant! Dssiralile Rcuie any she or style. FreJcricu St. Ucten 27, at 1 o'clock p. 111. publics and monarchies, among the Panther Creek Church; Districts Nos. 3rd ami 4th. 5m37 A 'rr.llcsu VuiiTTns. to and 10:1 civilized and among the savages. A Biddeford expivss driver deliver24, 43 and 76, Wednesday, March 29, N.iw YorU riilliu'i-ll.lil.- i "TZZr.4- IWIt:i.i..re ing parcels 0110 night with tho mer Since the time that Noah came out nt o'clock. Deancfield; WusliliiKtnti Norfolk (Mil I'.ilnt Districts Nos. 9 Jo-Xjccury below zero had n sudden start nirlitii.in'l Itull'iilu (JliiMilnml of the ark, and planted vineyards, and 76 and 80, Thursday, March 30, at 9 when ho observed Toli'lo Ci!if.Ki ml In 1.1. n ) ih PE'ITEU KNOWN AS THE a great "warning" drank of their wines, we read in all o'clock. (.'incimmti l.niiiKAi'.l.i sign upon ono which ho feared ho histories of its terrible doings, and Eastern and Northoastcrn Points Trustees and patrons are requested had disregarded. Taking it up, with mhI M cm jiliis ViciilmrK II il"H l!"Hi,' R never once lose sight of its black to be present pioniptly at the hour Im teoth fniilychatteiing with tho Now Orlcani. Mobili- l.tttlu IiucL Hot and bloody tracks. States have re- given. cold, ho baw written in rrreat letter v Resp'y, .Slirlnnt anil ijlnu In WeilTonno-(!- 0 corded enactments against it.ecclsias-tica- l this admonition, "Keop in n cool Toxin ArkinM AIUIi.I fJawItf fir ki fit U. Ror.Kus, Supt. Jo. Meals 25c- - ami tno atmospliero in his per flay. r Rstes $1-0- 0 piaco,penalties have been imposed upM'Ha..Cl'. Luuliiuii.1 111.I tl'o tioutli nnd llui,'i became ton id for a timo at a, sociehetttt-eon it, societies have succeeded Mtiiu ami Ibc Itiver, Owenslmro, Ky. Eniit itle Fre.!L-uItoporl. I HOUVIIWJJ&T. 0 Report of the general average of the least. Bangor Commercial. ties for its extermination, but, like m, props. mux. Tliulitc t tliiiroiiRlily .'(jiut'iic'il nnd In fieiwM Ir. Every Stjls izi Size. him whose name was legion, no man students of District, No. 58, for the 1. 1' llMiwun, 1'rrnt, Jn, . lltiixr., Hint e!n ootnlitloti, or.'l ruvlrltsnii a ib IA..WJ 'Old Pictures Copied and 1'nlara ed month ending February 24, 1893. has been able to bind it. In tlinomul thrnui!, ire Hi i. . - . A SPECIALTY. I.illie Kelly 98, Ivva Mosley 97, A I'liAlUliK It tliu time mid coiivi'iiIoiil'o was strong drink that brought ' troll Itlltern, It IVc Uu Of tho Condition of tho 108V .Main Street. I'liTfali 'ii. i r.min. M It. eocurod by tlio Limited Kx)irow Traliif. Iaura mosley 97, Laura Taylor 97, the original curse of servitude upon -1 ( ' ek. Cunutn AH lonl.T' kvi i'. .17iC" Elijah Mosley 95, Charles Mosley 93, Oil EMJIOJIO, KY Only a .viqiit's uim: 1jU...cii I.onlnille biutradt lua.kMiiil oros ! i :i.iu'4 0Mtpiir. N iciillti'ill) tni.it it liy hii iiuri.l ir Mm .Id hi the descendants of Ham, that has eat IIimIiii-4in.ili.iiti it utnl uttri ly Hiid Mcinplilf, iT.d tlm liott nnd iiiU'!.tl enroll, ullruiu ;m I,, ,.i j, ,,i,' ntuulinj.', i.fti r nil en away the strength of empires, Manervia Greer 96, Maggie Wester- hon Icu butucen tl tw cltbo uvir otlureil. field 86, Ira Mosley 96 Uertha Taylor otlicrtp itm. ... II, m liu. ilirildiltjr I (I Till' wasted the energies of states, blotted Tickets Tunc fali'tH unit nll Hi" Invl inrnrmn- WEEKLY UlSWlkOL t&t r. i.i'li;-- ! iimt (In i..ui r inincil.tiillj rx Ijinnl W.akUk.. lion Ki'iirnl li niltuK li J. II. IL'liciMir Mas-- 1 95, Mary Massie9i, Amherst out the names of families, and crowdII." UilHJM, M In tin I, ult' Ak.'iiI ut ltci.nr IXiin.or S. Vf llcdM T'lTl'I! Jcalora Ir our. - from nittivi 1. ii Hint ul, it!iiiii,iiuIi of , ,,,l, m ed hell with tenants.Egypt.the source sie 93, Arthur White 94, Herbert ' ly. i a id li ull Oja'l P:ss, K, UXjih i& ciiuulai. i lilt. A. S II,'. I .VIM:, ri.mi lVmli. of science; Babylon, the wonder and Hickey 92, Thcrie Hickey 93, Susie in'rnKrXtx2xyr.ttiEZZ3xz:zzzizzzj'Jfwim.itjj "Sttr,ES?JXX!ZgCB2S3Z A.t tho Closo of Busmoss HKNllY WATTEItSON, Edi'or. glory of the world; Greece, the home Bartlett 92, Ora Westerfield 91, Ollie Taylor 97, John Millbutn 84, Sam-- 1 Docembor 81,1802. of learning and of liberty; Rome, the Cost Catnocratic Paper Pull. mistress of the earth, each in its turn mie Millburn 82, Joseph Millburu 85, had its heart lacerated by this dread- Charlie Westerfield 94, Olden Lake KESOURCES. 01.00 a yen:. ,, ful canker-worand thus became an 87, Allen Uartlctt 87, Dcnnie Wester Notes and UilU field (;6, Tempie Mitchell 96, l.ulie jcn j.t-Ueasy prey to the destroyer. 3,000.00 ': Mitchell 96, lUta Uartlctt 96, Ko.ssie Furnituro and fixture.-- . l.f.00.00 .Ujlit' JJ-- -" It has drained tears enough to White 96, Vemin Hickey 96, Jessie j Cash on liniiti and in other make a sea, expended treasure enough I H.mkaoi n:?i .') Ford 96 Araniintia Lake 96, Lottie to exhaust Golcouda, shed blood Westerfield 97, O.scnr Taylor 95. Jleft coitdaufiud noW'H, enough to redden the waves of every $93,231.71 A. 1. Tavloii Teacher. " ocean, and wrung out wailing enough Best utories, LIAHILITinS. to make a chorus to the lamentation olilliiury. ('nnitnl Stni'l.- Bust miscellany, ,.825,000.00 ( t .iv ..rl of the under-worlSome of the Qiii.nr., jvi.-inti- iiiiK 'im... -. angci 01 , Jtcservo . . . . l.L'iW.H Best women's piif'i mightiest intellects, some of the most death has visited our neighborhood Surplus Fund D.LTiO.OO tty generous natures, some of the happi- nud taken from us our freiud, Mrs. Duo other Bunks Best aliildreii'ii (lumrtuiunt, 102.11.1 (I1,:I08.(M est homes, some of the noblest speci- Kate Davidson. Mrs. Davidson was Deposits Beit answers to correspondmens of man, it has blighted and born in Grayson county, ncarTousey. ents dopiirtiiiouts, 803,261.71 is 'crushed,and buried in squalid wretch- Her maiden name was White. She Subscribed nud sworn to before 1110 Best o.litoriuls. edness. was married twice first to Isaac 18!).'. Irgivoa away a valuable premium It has supplied every jail, and peni- Mahurin, who was Sheriff of Gray- this January !ld, ' "( Siiiii.iiv T.uuni, I). C. O. C. tentiary, and almshouse, and charity son county at the time of his death. oory day fortho largest club In submitting thij ue beg to state hospital in the world with tenants. It She lived near Tottsey until last 7 rocohed, Sample copies of tho y has sent forth beggars on every street spring, when she moved to I.eitch-fiel- d that our business lias steadily ;ron Courier-Journ- al each month sinco our opening, nnd will Weekly and lived there until she was and flooded every city with beastiality by tlio most careful, watchfulness and bo and crime. It lias, perhaps, done married to Sam Davidson on July fieo to any address. a strict observance oftlie principles of the 7H1, 1892. When a girl she was tlio most more toward bringing earth and hell uu Wrilu to COUIUHn-JOUBNA- L conservative JlanKiii saroD-Etogether than any other form of vice. loved by all oflier acquaintances nud j hopo not only to extend our acijtmiiit. CO., lnutvillo, Ky, Could we but dry up this one moral was the acknowledged "star" of the mice, but to pnivo ourselves worthy We are manufacturers op BuogIos, Carts Snrries and Carriarjos, and (lea! directly with ulcer, and sweep away forever all the neighborhood. As womanhood de- tlio commence that is being so liberal-- ' the co nsiimer, thus saving him tho per cent, usually paid'to middle men. Our prices are reasresults of this one form of sin, we veloped itself it only enhanced her at- ly reposed in us. Wo nro hero to accommodate tho Respectfully, THE KICPUBLICAN and tho onable, and wo rjuarar.tso satisfaction. would hardly need such things as tractions and beauty. She was proud people, each and every business, wi.M.-k'- i v COUJMEK-.IOULNA- L prisons, asylums, charity house or yet gentle. She possessed the bear"n 51 courtesy shall be extended to tlioin) d police. The children of haggard want ing and deportment that a queen but in no ca.o shall safety bo saur- i- will be sent 0110 year to any addross ?1Jm Cs3liVi' would sit in the halls of plenty. The might have envied, but nbove all was ficcd for friendship or to obtain bus. (,r 1 75, Address Tho BEPUB-ines- s. ' She died of tears of orphanage and widowhood, her kindness of heart. John H BAii.vn1', Cashier. LTCAN, Hertford, Ky. Owens horo, Ky. r. . - Hartford Republican , ITci c n jzm h V I Good ... .,ni ra Ji .- 1L m V iPf: . I I S6r 1 &' JPL rr ma 0 &k A v 1 L Pr M3JL' f ir i , act Ifff teJl2, & (filmtZztrift Arte crV I1J. 111 feo''VN.lUAlR3Af iff && m -- - iff.8S ZvvVW bl I ii:. ti I , Hr,! cui-io.-it- i 111 ' II 1 111 ' jut "''' ,,, m I .'-'- 111 WAmWMM I i:t ... .... r-"- 1 t, .... ictiK . , n, i,. r7, 'e ... , ' ..;J.i.-y'.JliV1l!lR- ,: tTflt ?s. WV j'ttim W,vrrri-rT-Tx-r3fevvraa,i7iKB- 2M MJ&triabJW iJ?JA J ts Physician Surgeon, I tRA7SV.Afl' V8Aiil9T'ii onto Newspaper -- t. 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