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IN THE FOURTH HSSIONAL DISTRICT. IERW 11.25 Fir Asmi, Ii A.m.i. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1893. possession of the gun. Hosley retained his hold upon it. He was a large and muscular fellow, and he was in a freiuy. He cocked the lock on the loaded barrel and pushed mc backward, all the time endeavoring to bring the gun in range with my body, while I was struggling ns desperately to hold the muzzle on the ground. In this way he ran mc back to some brumbies. My feet became entangled nud I fell on my hands and knees. Hosley covering my heal nml shout dtr with his breast and throwing his arms around mc. I still held to the gun. Hosley retained his hold upon o it. I called for help. I shouted one came to my relief. Thcrest of the company was not in sight. My legs were crossed. I was powerless. I kept on struggling, and at last got my feet squarely under me. With all my strength I suddenly raised erect, lilting Hosloy off his feet throwing him over my head and wrenching the gun out of his hands. As soon as I was clear from Hosley I ran to Heal, raised him up and reposed hiiu against a clump of sage brush. He was beyond human aid. saying a word. lie died without Our entiietrain was soon on the scene, nud then shortly another ox train, of fifty men arrived. We buried Deal and piled up a monument of rocks over his grave Dosley was put un tier guard and we traveled on, ttic object being to join another train, and with this increased number of men to hold a council to determine what should be done with Hosley. On June 13, 1852, we found a mnle train from Pennsylvania bound for Oregon, and some packers. We met at Hams Pork of Green River. We now had at least a hundred men in the crowd. It did not take long for the leaders of the companies to decide upon a plan of action, Hosley should be tried then and there for murder. A hollow square was formed of ox yokes. In the center of the square Hosley was made to tike a seat upon an ox yoke. A man by the naineof Rush consented to act as Dosley's lawyer and conduct the defense. He also sat within the circle by Dosley's side, upon an ox yoke. A jury of six unbiased men was chosen to hear the evidence. The Oregon captain conducted the trial. The following witnesses were called: John Peters, SpcnetT Knapp Charles Ullis, Dave Dje and Jay Green. The prisoner asked that the witnesses might be sworn. ' The Oregon captain administered the oath in behalf of the California and Oregon em- migrants as plaintiffs and Lconidas Hosley as defeiulcnt. I was the last witness. I testified positively to the killing, and was careful to give the prisoner the benefit of every word or act that might be in his favor. When the testimony was all in the prisoner arose and said, "Green you have done mc justice but lohn Peters has not." Thejuiy retired from the rest of the crowd and soon agreed ttiat the prisoner was guilty, but could not fix the punishment. The Oregon captain then made this statement to the crowd. He die a long line on the ground and said: "All of you who are in favor of inflicting the death penalty immediately will cross that line." The crowd rushed like a flock of sheep over the "dead tine" not a half dizen refraining from the call of vengeance. The Jury again retired, and then came in with the verdict that Dosley should be shot nt six o'clock the next morning June 14, 1852. A special tent was pitched, and Dosley was held through the night under guard. I visited him that evening. He seemed to care but tittle for the sentence. I touched his feelings by asking him if he had a mother, and where she lived? He, dropped his head a moment and then said: "Oh Green, say nothing of my fammur-tlerJN- NO. 34. zine, for only 83.00. at The Republican and the Cosmopolitan, a leading maga- OF EARLY DAYS. ONE DOLLAR EVERY HOUR In any by anv one of cither part of lh country, wliol willing to work Indaa. trlouily at the employment which we fiirntah. The labor ll light and pleasant, ntul you run no rlik whalerer. Went you out complete, so that yea can (Ire the hmliim a trial without exprni l yourarlf. For tlioio wllllnjrto do n little work, Ihli Ii the grandetl offer wade. You can work all day, or In the evening only. If you are .m. l, plored, ami haro a few spare hour, at yvnr ullllie them, ami mhl In your Inrum., ear huilnea.wlll not Interfere nt all, Touwlll beainaied on th. Hart ut tin- - mpldltyand eaie hy which you amai a dollar 111111 ,lollar,day In and day ant. Ktrn hcglnnrrs are mn railul from tho nnthonr. Anyone enn run the hiitlnrsi none fall. Tou should try nothing rle until yon i.e far younrlf what you can do nt the bu.lness which we offer. No capital risked. Women are grand worker ! nnwnil.i)i tin y tnnlo at much M men. They linuM trv thla Imllm l, at It I. to will mlnptr.1 to thrm. Write ut nine and are fur h .ailly f trn.il iz Two Kontuckians Sottlo a Difference on tho Trail Fight With aMnr- doror. A Nolmiitt Alkiill Court of Jimllrr Aml.l llui Tlirlllliiir or thrKnrly t'l.lllornln I.llo. llrrlit-- A Kpl-no- ClltCAOO III.AIII'.. Ill April, i8sj, a company formed nt Harry, Pike county, Illinois, to go to California. It consisted ol Palasei Green nml family, Isaac Molmnii and family, Mrs. Hull, a widow and two children: Jeffrey Madison, Frank jour.tir. AjJrtu ii. ii,i,i.i;tt .v co., h Malon Hill, II. Huntley, Hut HMO, l'i rlliiml, Sle. Ulack, Samuel Ristine, Nelson Gray and Jay Green, the writer of this story. We made our way through Missou ri to the city of St. Joseph, May i; we crossed the Missouri river at Duncan's fenv. four miles nliovc St. Joseph. Our first night on the plains was amid Torrents of a terrific thunderstorm. This was rain foil upon us. our initiation to the long journey of perils and hardships before us. Our route lay over the rolling prairiecoun-tr- y Passing Fort for eighty miles. Kearney up the valley of the I'lattc, we toiled on slowly and without any particular incident. We crossed the Uockies at South pass and shortly came to Pacific springs, the first water flowing westnoTVtp. ward. We were now in a laud of al .Beat Call Bhoo In tba wotlfl tat th pricta. kali beds, gravel, bottle rock, sand W. L. Doubles hoe3areeoldwTTwlia. ttratybodjr boiilrl wear them. It la a doav dunes, sage brush, snakes, horned won owe yoaaJll to eat tho beat vain) tm your money. Economleo In your lootwaac by toads, lizards, tarantulas, and everyparobaaioc W. L. DouglasShOOS.wblek thing that goes to make a s pront tho beat vnluo at tho price ax Taitlaexl above,, ea tbcuaanda con UaUry. desert laud. No Huuetltntc. I should have said that after cross without frnud. Hrirnrnnf ami iirlco None genuine bouitu. Loos name .tampd on ing the Missouri river our company tat tt when you tuy. W. I.. DougUn, Itrockton, Bin... Sold by had Ixxn joined by other companies, L. 1 WlKUNKK, Hartford, Ky. and had become quite strong in num-l)cr.Don-aldso- W. L. DOUGLAS 83 SHOE first-clas- Jr riu s. iIUYTHE IlGHT IUNNIHG P5 j jjfMjjjjMiN f riNA! WMDWORK, II 'MM IPr:r MTAOaUB WEI 4X rTaaaVtlalCk wlTr M r PUAS,t11, uatiacr. THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST. Sand TIN eenta to 28 Union So:,. I!. V.. for our prlta soma, "Blind Luom," and win n Hew Home Sawing Mnehlna. Tho Now Home Sowing Machine Co. ORANOf, MASS. UUM0NMUM ILL. 010Sr5 ".tooi."" FOR SALE BY tlAfctl laiKaBBBBBBBBBBlMBBV rrrwmmmm At Uig Sandy Creek, where we camped at noon, two Kcutnckiaus, who joined us, and who were patt ncrs in the team they drove, had a quarrel over their private affairs. Their names were Colonel Hosley and Major Heal. The war of words be tween the two leiug over, we pro ceeded. Two days brought us to At River." what is called this place we took a vote of the com pany and determined to cam) until The country noon the next day. was full of hostile Indians and there was some opposition to our delaying so long. Here Hosley, Heal We and the writer went fishing. caught a fine trout and that evening the Kcutuckiaus invited ntc to cat We divided the supper with them. trout between us and enjoyed it. The best of feeling seemed to exist all around, and I, then, little dreamed of the terrible tragedy to which the thtcc of us should be parties in a few brief hours. Karly the next morning I was awaken by loud and angry talk. I got up and found a heated dispute going on about breaking camp at once. I said, "I thought this thing was settled yesterday that we were to stay here until noon." The talk quieted down. Hut Hosley was de termined to go on. He went out and got his two mules, and with the assistance of another man began to har ness the animals. Heal asked, "What are you going to do?" "I am going on," was his partner's his face. attention siren lo collection!. straight. Office oorth aide public equare. rttly There's many a maiden has tried it, And proved it a failure at last; Some one lias written beautifully . D.OUFKY. B.D.M5.GO. for the boys in the.following manner: Dettcr tread your pathway alone.dear, Than to wed with a lover that's Crllffy 6S DKinffo, "Of all the love affairs in the world, "fast." none can surpass the love of the big boy for his mother. It is pure and Mankind's much the same the world over: Will practice In all courts of Ohio xndadloiniof steps." noble, honorable in the highest deThe exceptions you'll find are but eountlea.and In Superior Court and Court of Appeal!; Collection and nil legal busineaa attend off gree to both. I do not mean merely The captain then said, "step few; to. Office, No. 3W E. Market at,, Hartford, Ky. your ground." a dutiful affection. I mean a love When the rule is defeat and disaster, The chances are great against you. "I cannot do it you do it for me." which makes a boy gallant and court The captain answerd, "I will do eous to his mother, saying to ever Don't trust your bright hopes for the it with you." future, body plainly that he is in love with Lmim AT LAW, The beautiful crown of your youth, These two, judge and convict, then, her. Next to the love of a husband, side by side, paced off twelve steps nothing so crowns a woman's life To the keeping of him who holds lightly from the line of men who held their with honor as this second love, this His fair name of honor and truth. rifles in parade manner. devotion of a son to her. I never yet The Oregon captain then took a knew a boy to turn out badly who To"honor and love" you must promise Don't pledge what you can not blanket from Dosley's shoulders and began by falling in love with his fulfill. spread it 011 tlie grounii. uosiey mother. A man may fall in love If he'll have no respect for himself, ZS.3T. dear, (Office In Crewder Building.) knelt upon it with his back to the with a girl, and the man Will practlcn hla profession In all the court, af Most surely you, then, never will. riflemen. Up to this time he bote who is gallant with the girl may Ohla and adjoining countlea. Alao Notary Public He 'cruelly neglect the worn and weary 'Tis told us the frown of a woman renziiy himself with heroic fortitude. Is strong as the blow of a man, asked that he be allowed to give wife. But the boy who is, the lover raising of his mother in her middle age is a And the world will be better when the signal to fire by women, and his right his rehand, who will love his wife as Frown on error as hard as they can. quest was gratified. He turned his much in the autumn as he A'lTORNEY AT LAW, Make virtue the price of your favor; head, looked behind him and asked: did in the dasicd " Place under a ban; "Gentlemen are you ready?" And let him who win and wed you, Will practice hla profession In all th Court at I saw a marked change come over "As I walked by myself Prove himself in full measure a Ohio and adjoining countlea, and In th Court af toe the mark or leave the ground. All then formed in line except myself. I waded a slough near by and stood on a high point. I was determined to watch the proceedings, but would not consent to participate in them. Twelve men were drawn by the ballot to act as executioners. One ol the party volunteered to load twelve rifles. lie was instructed to retire from observation and load six rifles with powder and ball and" six with After loading the powder only. guns the men left them where they were and departed. The prisoner was held under guard about fifty yards distant down the road. Two men were sent to get the guns, which were placed in the hands ol the twelve men, who were then marched into line to the place where The the prisoner awaited death. rest of the party took up places in the file on each side of the road. The captain said to Dosley, "what is your distance?" The doomed man replied, "twelve OTHER FOLKS THOUGHTS. The editor sat on a chair, trying to think of a thought, and he plunged alt his fingers about through his hair, but not one topic they brought. He had written on temperance, tariff and trade and the prosqects of making a crop, and joked about making ice cream and weak lemonade, till his readers told him to stop. And weary of thinking, sleep came to him, and he pillowed his head on the desk, wncn the thoughts which awake had refused to arise came in troops"lhat were strong and and grotesque. And as the ideas airly float, he selects the bright one of the tribe; and this is the gem which, while dreaming, he wrote; "Now is the time to subscribe." hard-botto- 14, was Chancellor of the ExchePROFESSIONAL CARD. quer at 22, Prime Minister at 24, and Bo-w- e T. Ed-wi- n so continued for twenty years, and when 35 he was the most powerful ATTORNEY AT LAW, uncrowned head in Europe. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. - - Young ladies do your lovers need reforming? Then read these lines and act wisely: Don't marry a man to reform him! To God and your ownself be true, Don't link to his vices your virtue, You'll rue it, dear girl, if you do. til, f. OttKK, Ss l.t. "VsT-eeidinr, a. wtDbiaa. ?ra HARTFORD, KY. Special attention gtren to crimirml practice aal collection.. rSntlly (Office, orer Andcraon'a Bazaar.) Will practice their prof.ianlonliiallth.cotirM a Ohio and adjoining countlf, and court of Appeak If he can't be a man while a wooing, To repent it, alas, when too late; The mission of wives least successful Is the making of crooked limbs No matter how fervent his pleadings, De not by his promises led; He'll never be one when he is wed. Don't marry a man to reform him Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice hla profession In Ohio and the court of Appeali. bpeern Attorneys at Law. Perry WerterlUld .TCAKI'iOKID, Attorney at Law, fresh-face- d .wine. true-knigh- t, sere-leave- d spring-time.- wrong-doin- g Hartford, Ky. I cannot describe his look, but it was so strange and impressive that I can never forget it. He dropped his head and asked a question "Ist that started the tears in every eye: "Is there one present who will pray When you rise in the morning, form forme?" a resolution to make the day a happy In the file of men with rifles, wait- one to a It is easily ing the order to fire, was a German done; a garment to the man f who, the previous evening, had vis- who needs it, a kind word to the ited Dosley in tiis tent and sought to striving trifles in themselves light talk with the prisoner concerning as air will do it at least for the fellow-creature. I talked by myself, And myself said thus to me: Deware of thyself, And take care of thyself, For not a soul cares for thee." man! left-of- reply "lam not." was Deal's quiet swer. an- It Ciwi O.lda.CouihaJereTarettOntiB.Iafiai. . A ii, Vhoepinz Couth, Brenchltla aid itrtsiaeur. Tor Consumption la flratauget. aad a auro rails' In ittrei. ui at enee. You will aM th. Mll.at .net ailtr tekitjr tba dew, ' Boll dealer artmrhtri, 2un Asifc-aa- Hosley having hitched his mules to the wagon drove out of camp, taking the two young men with him, Dave Dye and Steve Deems, Hosley and Deal were under contract to take these men to California. Hosley in this manner left Heal with a pair of mules and harness. He applied to mc and my partner, Mr. Gray, forcotiveyance to California. We took him on condition that he should do an equal share of camp duty, and that we have the use of the mules. Thcre'was a feeling of uneasiness in the camp after Heaslcy had gone, and alter talking the matter over we decided to move on. This was aboul ten o'clock a. nt. About noon we overtook Deasley, who had stopped to feed his mules. We passed him, and soon came to a very steep hill. My team was in the lead. Deal was driving it, and I was riding a small mule. When we gained the top of the hill I told Deal to wait for the other teams to come up. I dismounted from my mule and Deal got down from the wagon. Just at this time Dosley appeared at the top of the hill riding a mare and carrying a double-barrele- d shotgun on the horn oi his saddle. He rode up quickly, his eye flashing intense anger and demanded: "Major, are you going to leavcjne in this kind of a way?" Deal replied firmly: "Yes, sir.Iam." Dosley instantly raised his gun muttering something I could not understand, and fired. Deal received the I sprang charge in his left breast. forward to save the man's life, but not in time. I grasped the muzzle of his gun and held it down, but the fatal messenger had sped. I commanded Bosley to surrender. Still holding the gun by the barrels, I tried to wrest it from him, and in the effort pulled him out of his saddle. Then ensued a terrible struggle between us for the o'.tlt.Wcenti and f 1.00, IS r OST cjristllT. MTUqriUTT. Wil ms 3 II ffe'gaiwaUi ws, L? WH.TE'3 CREAK ily." He then made a request of me that I take charge of some letters he would write, and deposit them in the post-offiat Sacramento. I promised him to do so. He then asked me to remain with him through the night. I told him I could not, I was greatly weighed down by the strain of the whole affair and with fatigue, and I told him I would have to have some rest. The next morning I visited him early. I found him dressed in a fine broadcloth suit, white shirt and black cravat. He was a fine looking man I in features and physical build. looked upon him and thought: "Dressed for eternity in this wild and rugged land." He gave me three letters and said that each contained a lock of his hair, one to his mother, one to his These wife and one to his brother. were messengers of death, to bear the sad news that woutd break the hearts oi loved ones in Kentucky. The hour of execution came. Should I live ten thousand years I could not forget the scene that then transpired. All the teams were ordered to drive on witli the women and children, one man only was stationed with each wagon; all the other men were re tained. The Oregon captain ordered alt present to fonn in a half circle. A few refused to do so, whereupon they were ordered by the captain to Has lod all Worm RemedfM. EVERY COTTLE GUARANTEED. rnpartiir VIM1EME "OR 20 YEARf. SOIt) KVEnYWHEHK. . co.. t.vucm. Pitiitnpt.oii-TiTumiD- his spritual welfare and his peace with God. Dosley had at that time waived all such consolation. Hut now at the open grave he bowed His head and penitently called: "Is there anyone present who will pray for me?" It was this German who at once laid down his gun upon the ground and stepped forward. I never heard a prayer more fervent and eloquent. It was nil intensely solemn occasion, and among all the hardy, men present there was not one who was not deeply affected. I claim that no man but a christian couldhave performed this double duty of mediator and executioner. His prayer he stepped back into the Hue and took up his riflle. Then the captain pronounced these words in n clear tone. "Make ready 1" and twelve rifle barrels were leveled at the kneeling to border justice. "Take aim," and the gunners steadied themselves; for the fatal signal, and Hosley's aight hand went up. "Fire!" and instantly flashed the volley, reverberating a wild and unearthly death knell among the craggs that looked down upon that awful scene. In the clear morning air the smoke of the guns curled lazily, and hung like a funeral pall over the mangled and blcciugd form. Four bullets'had pierced the body. He fell on his face and lay motionless for a few seconds. Then he began to raise his head. I came near and stood in front of him. He continued to raise his head and body without a struggle. He looked me square in, the eye, and his mouth w'as in motion as though he was trying to speak. I watched him closely. In an instant a dimness came over his eyes and he fell and was dead. I believe he knew me and tried to tell me somethng. We dug a grave and rolled him in his blankets and buried him where he died. rough-man-neted con-clue- d, sac-rafi- r hours. If you are young depend upon it, it will tell when you are old, rest assured it will send you gently and happily down the stream of time to eternity. Dythe most simple arithmetical sum look at the result. If you send one person, only one, happily through each day, that is three hundred and sixty-fiv- e in the course of the year. And supposing you live only forty years only after you commenced that course of medicine, you have made, 14,000 beings happy, at all events for a time. twenty-fou- What 1 Pluck. This is the definition that won the pize: "Fighting with the scabbard when the sword is broken" The following are some of the best defintions sent in: Moral backbone. The power a man has to say "no" when he knows his wife wants him to say "yes" Fearlessness free from foolhanli-ncs- s Appeals. Special attention glren to collection. Office, orer Williams, Bell Co' drugitor. I 8- - Will i A good man is a man who is good to us, a bad man isa man who doesn't do what we want him to. ,I,ook after the dollars and save time, for every dollar contains ten dimes. The plcasantest things in the world are pleasant thoughts, and the great art in life is to have as many as possible. CHEAT YOUNG . URN. Charles James Fox was in Parliament at 19. The great Cromwell left the University at Cambridge at 18. John Bright was never at any school a day after he was 15 years old. Gladstone was in Parliament at 22, and at 24 was the Lord of the Treas- ury. at Lord Bacon graduated at Cambridge 16 and was called to the bar at 21. Peel was in Parliament at 21, and Palmerston was Lord of the Admir- -- - m alty at 23. Henry Clay was in the Senate of the United States, contrary to the Constitution, at 29. Washington was colonel in the army at 22, commander of the forces at 24, President at 59, Judge Story was at Harvard at 15, in Congress at 29 and Judge of the Supreme Court of the United States at 32. fik Solentlflo American Aoenoy forA Vm. mAJmWrHn ATti TRADI MARK. I mXmVWm DESIGN PATINTS. XHlfziW OOPYRIOHTS, freo nandbook tor Information and 11UI1AIIWAT. Nilntato llltNM Jk I1,... AH tone taj nideat bureau for aecurliur natenta In Am.rlaa. Krerr patent taken out by ua la brought before Uie publla by uollco glreu t reo of obarge In tb wMmc I drcnlflt Ion of any selentlfle ptpflr In 3icnti f Tear llJOalx month.. Addrot. ItflNfTiOO. KiuUHUJU, S4U JUroaaway, Mvw Vsak Oka ira broVert down fom orcrwork or houMBol 'm Krown's Iron Bitters wtulhU the yitcni.eld.i dl'citlon,rmoTeae'' ' the. genntaa. ccai of b'lc. au4 ctiret malaria. Ot Man- - Persons llow'a Thla. We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Ciiknrv & Co., Props. Toledo, Ohio. We, the undersighned, have known F. J. Cheney for the past fifteen years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their firm. West&Thaux, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Sold by all Druggists. Tertimo-nial- s BITTERS Mk BROWN'S IROS Ojipcrjala,MlB. Cureelndlgcatlou, lllllomn.u, rla,NerrousneM, nnU ilcneral VeUmj. PayH-oU-ni raoommend It, All dcaVra wll It. Oenulnt baa trade mark aud croccl red lines onwrappar, Martin Luther had become largely distinguished nt 24, rand at 59 had reached the topmost round of his world wide fame. Webster was in college nt 15, gave evidence of his great future before he was 25 and at 30 he was the peer of the ablest man in Congress, Morris of Saxony died at 32, conceded to have been one ot the pro foundest statesmen and one of the best generals Christendom had seen. Napoleon at as commanded the army of Italy. At 30 he was not only one of the most illustrious generals of the time, but one of the great law givers of the world. At 46 he saw Waterloo. The great Louis X was pope at 38. free. Having finished his academic train-h- e took the office of Cardinal at 18 only twelve months younger than Sale, For Two mares and colts. Terms most was Chariea James Fox when be enreasonable, Call on or address, Z. tered Parliament. William Pitt entered, the- -, ministry Wayne Griffin & Bro. Hartford. The chivalry of nature's knighthood. OFFICE OVER BED FRONT That which enables one when fighting against adverse circumstances Is prepared to do all kinds and knocked down, . to rise and try Dental work at reasonable prices. another round. The heart of a lyon in the body of " a man. The best remedy for despair The force that converts an ordinary man into a hero. Honest daring without caring. The absence of fear in the presence of danger. The courage to do the right thing at the right moment. Irrepressible That which keeps a man up when y ifTawnrr in 1 iri f he is down. in i The offspring of courage and the mother of success. THE NEXT MORNINQ 1 713L brioht AND ntvy anu mt i.'umplsx.ON 13 BtrrEH. Moral grit. kty durtor It acta amtlr on th aadkllntra.andljaplefant UiatlT.. atrnnach, nrar Thu drink u pad Irum herb, and U prapa rod for um aa rauly a. tea. Uncalled While writing with all the scientific knowledge of a great astronomer, All drot(rlatsell It at Mc and Ilia a package, if CamilleFlammarion in his marvellous ToaeaniiitKnttt,iieiidouraddrM'urrroa.'unpl.. tack Last', raaally Mtmelae aa.T.a lb. tow, I. y. titoKlL'riobcihvalthy.tblalanecvwMry. A.Mi.a. story "Omega: The End of the World," which begins in the April number of The Cosmopolitan magazine, keeps the reader at the highest point of excitment by his vivid description of the alarm and despair excited by the approach of a comet whose collision with the earth had been declared by astronomers inevitable. The description begins at a time when the business of the world has been suspended, and at a great -a-iV iSTDatEsx. g held in the Institute of France, we hear the discussion of !" '!!" scientists as to the possibility of a ,f, to m 10I1WIMM. 4HTa. second deluge, the drying up of all surface water of the globe, or the total destruction of human life by cold, to H.A.LOZEIER&CO., gether with all he possible phases of Wholesale Daalen, by the history of the death CLEVELAND, moon. For scientific statement and 340 Superior St. sensational effect this characteristic production of French genius is unique and the reader who reads this marvellous story and if he begins it he will certainly finish it will have assimilated without effort, a compact store of scientific knowledge. In this way, apart from its absorbing interest this remarkable piece of fiction will have a distinct scientific value. CORES HOTHIMQ BUT PILES. TkeNtory Novel. Mr. Howells latest novel, "The A IURE and OIRTAIN CURB Coast of Bohemia," now running known for IS years as the REST REMEDY FOR PILES. through the pages of The Ladies m. IT.UWt. "' tmmmmmmmK Home Journal, was written in four different States. Mr. Howells begas the novel at his father's home in Ohio last May; continued it in Borton in in June; took it in the mountains of New Hampshire during the summer and worked at it; brought it to New York and wrote a number of chapters ., l, JIJIKNT AfjAJJtALia at j w..lKua there in October; took it back again Out for UOHKHATK -. . Ohio in November, and finally fin- Utldtd toth. II a. Ofdand w HI; to ppvait tarn raum tiaia man ;ished it in New York last December. VrAHIllNOWS. Snt HUllKI.. VRAM W adilm J MMiaal MIOTOot all these changes of atolily fie of And yet, despite thaue and n. inn J. KO (.HAMM I fkUilthl places of writing, the novel turns out VbLfo.1 Foi rnriiiar. adrice, lerhj and tftt"iel a11 v in he the hris-hes- t niece of WOIK attiwl clients hi yuui own r,tat.tunij.,f.iiyt I Itrru, nriiu in that Howells' has done for a long 3pp-', fun-it- i f illce. ,'lutArasfsa, U 1 time. .. DENTIST. MliWiflLrEASflNr p-- IAHE'SHEDIGINE mass-meetin- -a- JLgonts Wanted! oat-alle- a SDH C BUGKEYtXlkk OINTMENT Hi Hartford Republican rUBUSHKD EVKRY ritlDAY MORNING. J. B. IMIUKK.M, Eilllor ami Proprietor. FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1893. of Pensions, General Green B. Raum, will prnc tice low at Chicago. The young ladies of Rockport, They Intl., have a Cooking Club. are preparing for matrimony in dead earnest. The Kentucky press still speaks favorably oi the appointment of Dr. J. S. Coleman, of this city, as Consul to Havana. The Rockport (Ind.) Journal is n welcome visitor to our exchange table. Tho Journal is a neatly executed, well edited, newsy paper and is quite popular in Southern deserves to be. Indiaua as it It is pretty safe to say that no roan should go where be would be ashamed to die and that he should do nothing in the act of which he would be ashamed to die. Wo hope every voter in Hartford will remember that on May 2d. Sculptor Harry KrmoN and Miss Theo Ruggles, the popular girl sculptor of Boston, are producing iu clay, figures of an ideal man and woman of a purely American type from measurements furnished from 10,000 different persons. The statues will be exhibited at the World's Fair. Wallace made a splendid "Rascal, Pat " Jo. Ford could act and the two in connection make "Old Uncle Ned", to n "T." liar-lan- d "mighty inseresting reading" for the Fought and Oscar Bishop made What's the average Kentuckian. splendid colored girls, and Miss Beranyhow? matter with the Democrats tie Williams looked very much like a But it is said, you know, that "whom bride. Mrs. Elton Wallace resemthe Lord would destroy he first makes bled n ladies maid very much in her mad." white apron and cap. "The lips that touch whisky shall The Hartford Lecture Club exnever touch mine," a speech by Miss FLVM pects to have at their next entertainElla Woodward, was highly compliMay no less a ment about the 13th of mented. is man and a speaker than Henry Wat-tersThe school at this place will begin the veteran journalist and a the first Monday in April, with Mrs. Mr. Watterson popular lecturer. Elton Wallace as teacher. Also Miss That a young society boy walks Ella Woodward will begin a school at will draw a large crowd to Hartford is out the Beaver Dam road quite fre- Goshen at the same time. and it is to be earnestly desired that quently? people-ca-n the Club secure hint at once and so Mrs. Delia Pirtle is visiting her That triplets recently born in Indi- parents, on No Creek. announce. ana had an aggregate weight of twenty-A. M. Harnett, Kindethook, attendone pounds? Somebody once said that there are ed the entertainment Saturday genThat Will Schapmire has settled night. "men who starvo their children to down and says he "just won't spend help the brewer to fatten his horses," John Law ton, South Carrol ton, was money for anything?" in this community Saturday and Sunand in a few weeks the good citizens of Hartford will be asked to lend their That a young lady .said there day. We Andrew Williams has returned were "some of the ugliest boys at the suffrage to make it possible for some from Evansvillc. College she had ever seen?" "men to starve their children to help No weddings to report this time, fatten his horses," the saloon-keepThat the man who smiles in a funbut I think there will be soon, if of his suferal procession is not heartless, but The man who so disposes thinks that it is much nicer than hoof- ''Madam Rumor" is truthful. frage will make a very great mistake. I will close with best wishes to the ing it Zionward? Rr.fi'iiLic n, I remain, A Reader. Peter Cooper is credited The great Gu fly and Ringo have moved their with tho following rare bit of comJudge Ilokc, of Louisville, Dr. law office into the Court House. mon sense: "In all towns where a A Citizen. Coleman's principal opponent from Triit lei' Itciitlllili. newspaper is publisncd every man Kentucky, has withdrawn from the State Superintendent Thompson should advertise even if nothing more An Kxprnwlon. fight for the Consulship to Havana. Whereas, An order has been made has issued a letter to the County than telling his name and the business Superintendents, iu which lie says: Oar-Loa- d he is in. It not only benefits the ad- by the Ohio County Court for the ! "I call your attention tothe followpurpose of taking the vote of the citvertiser but lets the neonle at a dis re in-ing matters: izens in the corporate limits of the mni mii tance know that the town you reside "I send you this week a full supply town of Hartford, Ky.,as to whether llou'l llenil Tills. in has n nrosnerous class of business intoxicating liquors shall be sold in of census blanks (for you mid trusIf you wish to buy town property, As the seed is sown so it is men. T said town, we the members of the tees), poll sheets and election notices. If you wish to sell town property, or- vo recompensed. Never pull down the Adelphian Literary Society of Hart"Please to furnish each Chairman of II you wish t buy n farm, sign if you do business, tor it often ford College, in meeting assembled, Board of Tnistees two copies of the If you wish to sell a farm, of indicates that your grip commercially do most humbly, earnestly and res- blank for District census, with direcIf you wish to sell any kimlnfrc.il esis broken. The judicious advertiser pectfully submit the following to tions to duplicate his return to you tate, will receive 810 for every one invested those concerned in this matter: and keep a copy for reference. It will If you wish to buy any kind of real esCarin the columns of a local newspaper. tate, 111 Resolved, That we, members of aid you materially in the work next a If you wish to rent property, the Adelphian Literary Society and year, and will obviate the necessity Yoiiko man did you ever think students of the College, love and cher- of applying to the County Superinre- votingIf you wish to loan money, what a great responsibility rests upon ish our Institution of learning, which tendent every time complaint is made If voit wish to borrow money, you? The world is controlled by is doing so much for moral and in- that somebody has been improperly If you wish to rent your property, If you wish to go out of business, young men. The tendency in all the tellectual culture and cultivation of reported. "These blanks ought to have been If you wish to go into business. branches of trade, in all official posi- young men ana women uirougnout , If you wish to sell iucreliniHli.se, tions is not toward age, but toward the country, and that many of us e sent a month ago to some of thecoun-tiesof bewhere it is difficult to distribute buy In short, if you wish to to continue our studies in said In youth. Study well the position you them and requires much time; but I or sell anything, advertise in the 7 occupy in society, the influence you stitution, believing that every opporKr.runi.iCAN. & and your tunity is afforded here now for the have delayed sending them with the wield over your associates hope of having them conform to new a. p. tp country's welfare. Let no act of most extensive development of man- provisions in the law. These new hood and womanhood. iioitro.v. r.tniRs yours entangle a fellow mortal in of or Business is good, our merchants are Needing a tonic un. children that vftnt building Rr.soi.VED, That we most humbly provisions, however, have not become ilinii hi take danger either moral or physical. You nnoiVN's IllflW iiiTTnits Indlgn- good peo-pi- e a law, and I am compelled to conform a'l smiles. Our farmers are most all and respectfully beg of the to tale, rnrw Malaria. It Is are strong, strive to protect the weak; to the old conditions." don; sowing oats, some are breaking Uou.mul llllioujues. All dcakn kcel It. of Hartford that they use nil honyou are buoyant, lift up the weaiy; orable means to protect the young These Blanks will be forwarded to corn ground. Wlllllctl, you are virtuous, keep yourself un. from every influence that tends to de- Trustees as soon as possible, probably H. T. Thomson is the boss chicken A good reliable man with team to spotted and do all you can to keep stroy virtue, to paralyze manhood not however, before the first of April, man of the county, he has six differTwenty-fiv- e or thircrop on shares. as they have not arrived. others so. You may not be easily and render homes miserable. Trustees ent breeds. It is amusing to see him s land near Owensty acres of is tempted, but a neighbor perhnps Resolved, That we fail to see one however, can take the Census April start with hat in hand to gather eggs, Kefcrcnces. Apply at You simrle benefit that would accrue to 1st, if so desiring, retaining the re- He says he wants them all to be boro, Kj not so fortunate, protect him. this office or address C. K. McCar-ty- , are a ruler for you are a voter, do not the people of Hartford from the sale port until the blanks are out, on roosters. V. O. llox, No. 53, Owensboro, of which to transcribe the report aud reG. B. Williams, of Hartford, was in tarnish vour fair escutcheon by as of liquor. Kentucky. 31 tf turn to this office. Great care should town yeasterday. You may RESOLVED.That we ask this in behalf sisting in what is wrong. Mrs. R. B. Thomson has been very have just reached your majority, then of the fair name of Hartford, our Col- be taken to report all the children ac Statement of the Condition curately and thus avoid secondary ill, but is rapidly improving. bc-- c cast your lege, and the name of our God, by all means be sure you or Tin: Miss Katie Thomson is visiting her Resolved, That a copy of these reports, which are apt to come iu too on the b'kIo nt right, and it first vote late. Be sure the work is done com- brother, A. V. Thomson, Louisville. o m e will be easier for you to do so again. resolutions be spread upon the minOK Misses Vinnie and LouLeach visit-c- J utes of the Society, and that a copy be pletely and follow instructions to the And now, young man, if you are in Misses Cora aud Lizzie Muir SunHartford pa letter in keeping a copy of the Census Hartford, and there are many of presented to each of the Report besides copying it in the Trus- day. Ei.ice. l ItiiHlucNN, Jan. At (lift Clone pers for publication. 13, you here, bo sure that you have the miry 7, ISI13. tees Record Book. The close and L. R. Barnktt, approval of your own conscience aud Committee. careful observance of these directions The gnat need of J. R.McAfee, elr- -. the smile of God's approbation when R. Nelson, RESOURCES. aae. It is not will obviate much unnecessary contho ditroury ot Hills discounted you vote on the whisky question fusion and delay. Respectfully, 870,011.82 a medicine that Real estate 3,000.00 May the 2d. W but In the Mutter Willi JrceTrniteT Jo. B. Rogers, Co. Supt. y 'will cure all Furniture and fixtures. . . . 1,000.00 rockport (ind.) journal. , diseases, IKIU.VIO'.-VUVior tlm I.KltlJIt Wc arc Known Aliroiul. A 1'ltlien NprnkN. lame, sore or Bonds nnd Bank Stoek . . 1,341.07 A prediction from the South Bend IE.WIIT Cured nt llomulii IVnliuj'N Below is a letter from a former cit743.5-Debts iu suit Hauti'ord, Kv., Mar. ai, '93. aching backs; Times, n Democratic paper: The by lulnilnlxH'rliiK HkIih'h' 14,117.78 that will cure all Cash on hand Editor Rp.puducan. I have long Times desires to be placed on record izen of Ohio county, Mr. W. G. Ben(iolilcii Nprclllc. 17,280.(58 femalo diseases, Cash in other Banks ton, Manager of the Western Divishad a desire to express my opinion of II ran U'ulH'ii ln3lionH'ir ncii(ifcuiri-as predicting that when the Tariff is restoring Amort-ca- n orlni.or Inlooil, without tho knoliMio of tliu some things, and if you will give me revised by a Democratic Congress ion of the American Press Association, woman 8108,31)5.49 uilk'iit, !ll Al "olillcly lurmles, nnl ill ullcrl at San Francisco, California. Mr. space in your columns, I will deliver phytlcatty to the ii icrinineiit ami 'pcciljr wlictlicr tlio pa. and approved by a Democratic Presi- Benton has many friends here who LIABILITIES. high plane in tic nt myself oi a thought or so relative to moilcrrWKMlilnliProrniinleolioliowricU. dent, it will be found to have been are glad to know he is winning for civilization she Capital stock 830,000.00 IUi.ik Imn (.ivi'ii Inn IhoiiMiid in(i, things, which, according to my way done in the lines laid down in the occupies intellectually, morally and perfect euro leu followed- - ltlieier 72,480.85 of thinking, are noticed too little by Democratic platforms of 1884 and 1888 himself a name and fame worthy of socially, giving tono to her muscles, Deposits n)teiu Dividends unpaid 1,144.00 nils. Tlio Ijeeoinen once imprcgniilril mIIIi Hid elasticity to her step, a glow of health his high talents. It an ulti r for tlio the public prints. 4.30 Hecln, Duo other Banks. and steadfastly advocated in these colto her check nnd nncetness to her dispoliquor nijMlt to cxlet. Cm en piirnlecl. 48 The letter is as follows: First. In his daily walks to and sition; nor that will purify tho blood, Discount and Exchange.. 413,01 pujjolioolc o piirlleiilnr-freAiHre IbcfiOM). umns, and that the Free Trade plank San Francisco, Mar. 16, 1893. curing nil skin eruptions, scrofula, rheu- Undivided Profits from his business, the observant citi4,3 10.73 BNNI'Kt'II'IO CO. W U.M'i: Ntieit Cmein. in the Chicago platform of 1892 will matism, dropsy, heart diseases, head r.uttl, Ohio, Mr. Jo B. Rogers, Hartford, Ky. zen has not failed to be impressed by be disregarded as impracticable. The acho and nervous languor. No, that is 8108,395.49 Duar Sir: Some three years ago,' not whnt is needed, for that is already the crowds of idlers along our streets. New Albany Ledger tacticly concurs done. Tho medicine has long been dismm a. HnrriK, Jn Red And when I say idlers, I mean idlers in this opinion, while the Atlanta my nephew, Sam B. Snell, subscribcovered. It is Dr. Fennor's Kidney nnd A dividend of 84.00 per share is ed for the Rei'UIilican for me, and Backache Cure But what is wanted is is offered them, fellows who.if a job Hon. Hoke Smith's paper, Journal, will receive it almost as a personal in- goes further and says that the Protec- paid one years subscription I under-- , a uniterial knowledge of the fact. And now due and payaljlaon demaud. that is just why this artlclo is written d. K. COX, PltEMDOT. sult, while at the same time he doubt- tive Tariff cannot be abandoned, but stood at the time. I desire the paper to gite knouledgt of the fact. Dr. Fcnner UARIIERS. continued, as it is the only means I knows It will do these things, for ho has less is unaware where he will find the must be retained indefinentely. sold it for 20 years, money refunded if medicines move the bowels Lane's have outside of occasional personal satisfaction not given. It will not wherewith to minister to the gnaw Opposite Sulzor and near Oloverport or disappoint just expectations. every day. In order to be healthy Hotel, Cloverport, ky, Coughing leads to Consumption. letters from some of my relatives there ings of the inner man or the place Take a bottlo homo this is necessary. whereon to lay his worthless form for Jemp's Balsam stops the cough at once nbout, of getting news of my old home W. C. side-wal- Goveror, Brown has given out his reply to exGovernor Buckner, ou, er sleep. Yes, the majority of them are children of Ham, but the children of Jcptha are sandwiched along sufficiently to make up a picture somewhat variegated. If a few of these eyesores could be put up and sold somewhat on the Missouri plan it would be a great relief to a people, for the public of necessity must provide for them by furnish s and ing convenient chicken-roost- s for their midnight forages. If these fellows who are so conspicuously out of a job could be worked on the streets It would not be quite so bad. These loafers cannot offer the excuse that there is nothing to do. There is something for every willing honest hand to do aud he who complains for want of employment is nothing more nor less than lazy. Second. There are n few classes of folks that infest respectable society who little dream how obnoxious they, or rather their practices, are. For one, I mean the fellow who puffs the smoke from his loud cigar full in your Of course you face. know he's smart but he's afraid you've forgotten it and so he advertises himself with his cigar in a way that may be satisfactory to himself but which is quite disgusting to other people. Next, I wish to say that I have a very poor opinion of the woman who says she likes for her gentlemen friends to smoke in her presence, and I have a still poorer opinion of the gentleman friend who does it. Well, there, too, is the crowd, and a most uninviting crowd it is. Not long ago I was at church and in the back of the house were three boys, who would like to be called young gentlemen, each of whom throughout a great part of the service kept his jaws grinding away on a chew of wax. Now, it may have pleased the boys, but there were other folks there who were not pleased. There is another creature whom I detest and it is the manly woman. Did you ever see her? If not, you only have to keep your eyes open to do so. The man who stares crazily nt a woman who passes along the street as though she were the last woman he ever expected to see, is very deserving of being lynched, but thanks to the power that distributes the evils to mortals there are not very many of this class in our town. Third. I am of the opinion that the citizens ot the town of Hartford pay sufficient money in the way of taxes to merit better walks than we now have, and in this opinion I believe I am sustained by the judgment of a majority of our people. But my' opinion I find nor the opinion of the people does not suffice to better the condition of the town in this regard. Fourth. I am in favor of a town ordinance against hogs, dogs and cows on the streets, and there are a great many other things, some of which I am in favor of and others of which I oppose, and still others about which I don't care a copper, but I havn't time to enumerate them now; perhaps I may do so in the future. Yours in hope of reform, long-sufferin- g meat-housewax-chewi- DOIYOUKNOW Why E. Tfwcy uses so many stamps? That Will Fair is a first-clas- s schemer? That marriage is a failure with nil bachelors? What will cure n headache in the morning? That Hartford is proud of her bachelor lawyers? That Henry Watterson will visit Hartford soon? That "Bat" Nail looks more like a Chinaman every day? That Hebe Matthews is as steady as a Waterbury watch? That the Hartford Lecture Club is a grand institution? That Silas Griflin thinks he is the smartest boy in school? That the whiskyites will be snowed under the ad of May? That the writer of this column doesn't know anything? That the R. E. C's will jnvc a nice and surrounding country. But I do not want the paper at the expense of my nephew nor the publisher. Kindly advise me if there is any money due for the subscription. I take great pleasure in noting the evidences of prosperity, and the permanency of the old town of Hart, ford, which seems to be holding on much in the same way it has gone for many moons, with an occasional indication of prog ess. With kindest regards for my old friends and ncquintnticcof Ohio County, I remain, Very truly, 1 Clothing and Shoes I A wise man onee said: "Hold thy tongue unless thou hast something1 to say." So in advertising- we propose to do. But we POSITIVELY have something to say this week. We have just opened upon our counters the largest stock of the FINEST CLOTHING that wo have ever shown. All NEW and in the latest STYLES of FABRIC and CUT. Our experience in the Clothing Business has taught us that wc must have a large stock, so that people can SELECT as well as buy, and that we must keep the finest goods because the country is TOO well up with the times to buy SHODDY Clothing. So1 we propose to say to every young man who wants a fine suit that we SUIT him in price and style. So with the men and big men we are ful'y prepared to ive hem a good fit and a nice suit. Also in Child's Knits we have a special line, and at prices to suit. Wc need not say that we sell cheaper than anybody else, for we do not know how cheap other people sell, but we propose 1o every man who will give us a call that he shall be pleased with his visit whether he "Come to see us." buys or not. - Apple Trees. First-clas- s apple , trees at tho Beaver Dam Nursery, for 10c a piece. Call on us. Respectfully Chick & Co. HarriiTheater, LOUISVILLE, KY. .Mm. I. Harris. II. I.. Hritton and T. l' Dean, M'fi're mill 1'ropa. Tho only modeiiily built Theater in tliu city. The only Theater playing attractions at popular prices. Situated on West nide of J ill live., between Walnut and Green. Mo and 10c. Prices fiOe, liml-elii- W. G. ....-..l- Huston. For the equipment of one scene to boused in "The MncKnyc Specta-toriumat Chicago, The Columbian Celebration Company has imported from the plantations of the Boston Fruit Company at Janiiaca, W. I., flora of the five carloads of the tropics. This will all be used iu the scene representing the lauding of Columbus. H is said all the other scenes presented will be equipped with like thoroughness. Mar. ao. from I. IMWkvi-- p, I'rr.t, Jv. II. lUffii", entertainment That Judge Glenn is in favor of Free Delivery in the country? That a certain youuc man likes to walk out to the Water Mill? That the Owensboro citls have formed an "old maid's" club? That the wedding that was to be has been postponed indefinitely? That the girls say Jim Williams is not handsome but awful good? That the attendance nt Sunday School should be larger than it is? That the Baptist Church is the cen ter of attraction to a Hartford boy? That the Adelphian Society had an interesting meeting last Friday night? That E. V. Milligan's nose looks k out to Judge Walk like the er's? That a negro girl iu Indiana died of erysipelas, caused by wearing brass earrings? That the R. E. C's are mad at the "This That and Other" man of the Herald? That Hartford has more pretty girls than any other town in Kentucky? That a boy looks Kid when "the" girl answers his card "I can't sec you ('i:tiiai. As I 1 Oi tho Condition of tlio i.itovi:. have not seen any- thing this place for some time time, I thought would write. Health iu this neighborhood is very good. Farmers are busy preparing for their crops. The exhibition at this place last Sunday night, was enjoyed by all who attended. Each character special credit for their good acting. They had plenty of music, as the Ccntertowu string baud made music for them during the exercises and the brass band entertained them until the exercises began. Both bands nude splendid music. Beaver Dam DENS At t!io Closo of Businoss Dooombor 31,1802. HIWOUKCKi-mill Hill . K . Not.- - 82.72:i.-l!- l IMnto Furniture and ('iNtiire.-.Cas-on I Iami and in oilier Hanks Heal .'1,000.00 1,500.00 2,0!.22 81):i,'-MI.-71 notes. 1.IA11IMTIK8. Capital Stoek Ke-er- S'.M.OOO.OO .Surplus Fund.... Due other l!:uil;. Depn-it- i, --'jm, i fi.'JoO.OO 4()l!.l3 fll.IJOS.Iil s $!M,'MI.71 Subscribed and sworn to before me thU.Ianuaiv ltd, lMlil. 1). C. - Our lino of CUSTOM and goods complete both for ladies and gentlemen, variety Never before did wc show such and such fine goods. This an important, well afford to trade, and the lookatthese goods before fitting themselves up. Call for Bueil's Fine Shoes for O. C. 2 In Mibiuittinj- tliiii no bei to state has steadily grown that our busine-eaeli month miico our opening, mid watchfulness ami liy the ino.-- t n'ktriet oflhe principles of the nio.-- t eo n e i vii t ive Hanking, wo hope not only to extend our acquaint, e Worthy anee, but to" prove the confidence that is being so liberal- Siimiv Tayi.uii, otfr-elv- ly repoM'd in u. tlemen and Mcintosh Goods for ladies. want the good Country Produce and and will pay the highest market price. Come to see us. Resp We are here to accommodate tho people, each and every busine.--s, courtts) hall tic extended to them, but in no c.i-- e shall ntfety be sacrificed for friend-hi- p or to obtain bus-i.lon.v 11.11 ninth, Cashier. -- US HI El!- .. m. HAPHIF U3 Mii A Beaver Dam HORSE SHOE BRAXD Raw Bone and Challenge Corn Grower just in fresh from the ManufactoWill have Election Notice. 1 FA ST LINE - l'ursuam an J.3il,'35'V ry. der the OhioCounty Court, there will CASEBIER'S 'BUS he opened poll MEETS ALL DAILY p3C:a-&:H- a.. de-sir- load of "Homestead" in a day or two. Farm ers are invited to come or send in their orders. Hockrji Co. both the cincts in Hartford, Ky., on the second May, 1893, day tween the hours of m. and 4 m., to TO ALL. ALIKE. take the sense the SiWiAL "ATTENTION first-clas- BANK I Sxs-ebcjtJ- kid-no- ....... I Given to the Traveling legal voters in said Public. town on the question whether or not the Gall on us for hauling local law now in force A good saddle horse, prohibiting the sale Spring wagons and spirituous, vinous teams, and man liquors in Easy rides to B.Dam, said town, shall Buggy horses and inoperative harness. therein. This March In fact you can get 1893. Everything prompt- J. P. STEVENS, ly and Sheriff Ohio Oountv. Right low in prices, As we always have Nice rigs foy hire !'. Day or night for Both rich and poor, Under all circumstances. Bough or good' roads Travel is all the same On our' Bus Line and HARRIS & REED, No extra charge for baggage. nmllnov-cryenon e. r do-cei- cusra i raw, KEEP AN EYE OUT FOR Bfly-YO- U The best selected stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Caps at Kahn's Clothing House. Marriage license: S. S. Fulkerson to Nancy E. Uowcn, L. W. Atherton to Eli.a D, Geigcr, Monnle Barnard to Ina 11. Wallace. White Goods, Percals, Demlties, Mulls, White and Fancy India Linens, in fact anything for Spring wear at PERSONAL Kl.vnr.RiiuoK, March 22. On the morning of the 15 this vicinity was somewhat startl ed to learn that Mr. Harry Moore, of Paraidise, was to be wedded to Miss Lulu Mllligan of this place. The ceremony was performed by Rev. McDonald, of Greenville, in the presence of n few friends. After the ceremony the happy pair left for Louisville. After a few days of pleasure they will return to Paradise where they will make their future home. May not a cloud rise to mar their happiness, is the wish of the writer. There has been a debating society organized nt Alexander schoolhouse. Let the young, people attend nud have nn interesting bebate, Mrs. Alzicu Rogers and two children are visiting her mother. B. N. CooiHbs, from near Sulphur Springs, spent Saturday night in this vicinity the guest of C. II. Ellis. S. E. Bennett has moved to his farm near here nnd keeping bachelor hall. Be careful girls wc may hear wedding bells ringing in the distant future. Mrs. J. A. Anderson and little daughter arc visiting her mother. Don't forget that .there will be Sunday School at Alexander on the 1st Sunday evening in April at 3 o'clock p. in. Let everybody take part with us in this grand and noble work. We had the pleasure of attending the candy breaking which was given nt Mrs. Tanner's on last Saturday night. Daisv Dkank. - BARGAINS! SI5IS WIM, l'INI) THIS l'l.ACIS l'OU IT WH15N YOU OURtBa SPRING DISPLAY OP Fair Bros. & Co. Quality and Elegance. A Our Seasonable Stock I,acks Nothing but Buyers. They will be Satisfied. They will Conic. They will Iluy at The way Fair Bros. & Co sell goods illustrates what the almighty dollur can do. They pay spot cash and can sell lower than anyone. Miss Ida Childs has just returned from a week's stay in Louisville and Cincinnati, laying in 11 large ttock of Millinery for Mis. J. J. Tillford, of Rosine. Call on them. The R. E. C.'s give nn entertainThe ment at College Hall. young ladles have spared nothing that would add to the success of the affair and a most pleasant time is anticipated. Mi?s Sara Collins, the expert Milliner of the fimi of Carson & Co., is expected home Saturday, and will be ready to accommodate anyone who may need anything in the millinery line by Monday, March 27. fhe fairest fffkes gver $Ja4e FOR SUCH QUALITIES! Visitors aic not nsked to imi.IKVK but are shown goods to CONVINCE them that wc aic Leading the Trade in T T V HATS, CAPS, FORNISHING GOODS, NOTIONS. If you wish to sec the latest novelties and newest ideas for the season The Board of Supervisors brought a large crowd to town in response to their "raising." The Board met in the Grand Jury room and were besieged all day Tuesday by an anxious crowd of citi.ens awaiting their turn. Mr. E. II. Dymoiid, of Big Clifty, was in the city two or three days last week. He was formerly nciticn of the If you wish to see the very best in standard styles and reliable makes 0O3VHE3 ANID SE.E3 XJS. IF YOU WANT county and his many old friends were glad to meet him. He is well preserved for a man of his ngc, and withal a staunch Republican. William Foster Louey, nn old and highly respected citicn living near McIIcnry, died Tuesday of a complication of lung troubles. The funeral took place at West Providence Church Wednesday evening, conducted by The remains Rev. Hiram Brown. were interred in the West Providence Cemetery. Barnard, of Point Ina B. Wallace, of Pleasant, No Creek, were married at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. John F. Wallace, Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock, Rev. W. E. Cook officiating. These aie popularand deserving young people and we wish them pleasant sailing on the matrimonial sea. Mr. and-Miss Value for your Money Come and Sec Us. Truth brands our floods "Honest Quality." Fashion iirououuccs them "Correct Styles." Economy recommends our "Ijow Prices. W. A. Wallace, Cromwell, called to see us yesterday. A. C. Rowan, Abbleville, called at our oflice luesday. Capt. Mose ilcrrel, Rochester, was in the city this week. Steven R. Bennett, Beda, was in the city Wednesday. C. L. Warden, Ccntertown, made our office a call Tuesday. Col. John II. McIIcnry, Owcnsboro, was in town this week. Nicholas Barrass, Taylor Mines, called to sec us yesterday. W. N. Stevens, Kinderhook, went to Owcnsboro Thursday. Dr. W. M. Warden, Ccntertown, was in the city this week. Romney Ucnfrow, .Sulphur Springs, was in town Wednesday. , II. B. Taylor, Prentice, was among our many callers this week. John C. Riley and Dr. J. II. White went to Louisville Friday. Miss Elva Morton, who has been sick for two weeks, is improving. J. A. Addington, Smallhouse, made our office a pleasant call Saturday. of Centre College, Lem Mclk-nry- , Danville, Ky., was at home this week. Dr. A. F. Stanley, McIIcnry, called to sec us while in the city Wednesday. J. W. Tabor, one of Rosine's popular merchants, called to see us yesterday. Miss Electra Carson is visiting her uncle, Wilson Bennett, of Daviess county. J. II. Nave, Beaver Dam, and I. P. Barnard, Louisville, were in town Wednesday. Look at the Clothing and Dry Gootls Rev. J. T. Casebeir, Rockport, left Man of Ohio county. yesterday for his appointment at Eureka, Indiana. L. P. Loncy attended the funeral of his uncle, W. F. Loncy, at West Providence Wednesday. Mrs. J.A.Bennett, Bcda, aftcrspend-in- g a week visiting in Owensboro, returned home Monday. A. C. Hocker, the hustling tombstone man of South Carrollton, called at our oflice yesterday. Rev. E. L. Shcppard, of the Louisville District, located at Leitchfield, called to see us Saturday. .w $100 IN GOLD FREE. In order to induce the farmers nnd public to keep themselves posted upon the prices of gram, we will abso. lutely give away $100 in gold to the persons making 'the nearest guesses to cloeiug quotations of Wheal, Corn nnd Oats as reported by tlio Chicago Board of Trade, September 6, 1893. This desirable gift of $100 in gold will ho distributed as follows; Will be given to tho nearest guess to the closing quo-- , tations as above stated. 40 Zxx G-Olc- a. Will be given to each of the next 12 nearest guesses on closing quotations. The average guess on Wheat Corn nud Oats gets tho PRIZE. No guess taken unless on all threo of the products mentioned. You should take particular care to give your guess in plain figures on every blank you record. Every customer will ho furnished a blauk at our store, which must be filled out and will be safely deposit, ed, be keeping a duplicate of the same. Contest closes Wednesday, August guesses will be recorded 23, 1893. A5 Izx GcOlO. No prizes are after that date. Other to the amount oi $300 will be added later on. giving more goods to the dollar than any other for the least money." Give us a call. We house in Grayson county, and our motto is "Give tho best goods No Charge for Guessing. Last Wednesday's quotations: Corn, 41c; Oats, 31c. Wheat, 72Jc 73c; Monnie If you want to enjoy the l'l'I.I. PURCHASING POWER OF YOUR DOLLAR spend it with FAIR.' BROS. riiOi'itiKTOits op & CO. A business house deservedly pop- Hartford Temple of Fashion. agents wow?oS?;;r JACK FROST FREEZER. ""-deal- ers ular with the central and western part of Grayson county and the eastern part of Ohio county, is the firm of Eskridge & Porter, of Caneyville. eling salesman for Levi Newberger & Co., toitisvillc, was in town Saturday. Mrs. E. D. Gufiy and little after spending some time visiting friends in Louisville, have returned home. Miss Mallic C Ferguson, of was called recently to of her Washington to the bed-sid- e sick sister, Mrs. W. C. Gaynor. E. E. Tinsley, Wilbur Tinsley, S. E. Bennett and Miss Myrtle Tinsley, all of Kinderhook, attended the nuptials in Warren county this week. s, South-Carollton, Mr. Fred Baruch, the popular trav- THIS IS KAIIN. BKAVKR DAM. ESKRIDGE & PORTER, TaLy. N.N &TK.V.R.R. 7, Llini.tcl lUproM TJtUNS (JOINO No. 0, Mail ami , Limited Kiprr No. .No. They have n large and an increasing Our writing man is n very .modest trade ami when you need nnything scarcely ever man, consequently in the general dry goods line they can furnish you. Read their "ad" in talks unless ho has something to say, this issue. . but ou going through the immense A Scientific Machine made on a Scientific Principle. Save their cost a dozen times a year. It is Mrs. J. J. Tillford, of Rosine, has line of NEW CLOTHING just brought on a fine line of Millinery opened upon the counters of Hocker A child can operate it. not mussy or sloppy. Goods, and will be pleased to have all & Co., he induced i'e !s at riht. Send for prices and discounts. to open up to is desiring anything in that line to call St., NEW YORK. the public, and ho means every o'n her. She is locnted in the popuhouse of J. W. Tabor and has se- word. That id, he proposes to say lar IvlAKGl 10-- 3 cured the services of that expert Mil- there shall he no extravagance in his Ladies, you liner, Miss Ida Childs. card. cannot do better than call on Mrs. Our lino of PINE CLOTHING Remember the Clothing, Dry Goods, Tillford for a nice hat. NEW from Philadelphia nud New Shoes, Hat and Cap house Kahn. York, wo proposo to say, truthJust received, a nice lot of furniture. to any fully, superior are J. W. Tahok, Rosine, Ky. We thing heretoforo , shown. The finest line of ladies Hats at uiu.vt i.iiavk m:vi:n imm. 1 car-loa- d Kahn's. He will save you money. to visit propose to iuvite everybody tkm.ns noiNn wiar. 12.10 f.M. No. A, Mill iilKpn. Wc want your produce. this stock with n promise that every- To the Public. CUE AM IN 30 SECONDS FARMERS. Just in, New and ll..U)r. u. sold on credit at my ..3:Ha.ii house, only cash will buy. Kahn. FRIDAY, MAROH24, 1893. Try our $1 plow shoe. No goods Kn KA91. !:4(r. u. Stkvkss & Collins. Pafe is the barler. Mens' fine shoes at Kahn's. IHiy your Shoes at Schapmire's. Mens' fine clothing at Kahn's, oysters nt Stevens & Collins. See the nice Shoes Causon $15 and upward purchase & Co. Silverware given away with every at Kahn's. The best shave in this part of the country is waiting for you at Pace's. 'Mrs. Achiles Webb, of Shinkle Chapel neighborhood, died Wednesday. cf Fresh, IJORSE-- S HOE BRAND of Fertilid of zer, also 1 "Homestead Tobacco Grower" just in. Come early or send Itesp'y, orders. car-loa- HOOKER & CO. . . KIIAVKUTOW.V Ladies fine at Schapmire's. spring cloaks at Kahn's. llring your produce to Carson & Co. Fair Ilros. & Co. arc the Clothing men. For Plows, go to I. W. Tnbor, Ky. Ro-sin- It will do you good to look at Kahn's Millinery. ScmVyourbulterandcggs & Collins. to Stevens Pickles and Kraut Collins. harness. at Stevens & Call on C. L. Weld for buggies and Finest line of men's pants at Pair Uros. & Co. Hoys knee pants, 25c per pair, at Fair Bros, fe Co. New Spring Calicoes, 5c per yard, at Fair Uros. & Co. Uest plow shoe on earth, Fair Uros. & Co. $'' at "'Stevens & Collins keep the best Groceries in town. Children's Shoes 25 cents per pair at Carson & Co.'s. The place for Millinery is at Mrs. at Fair Handsome Ginghams, Remember J. J. Tillford's, Rosine. Uros & Co., worth 10c. the location, J. W. Tabor's store. Jo. Tinuel, living nearSluvertown, We acknowledge the receipt of a died last Saturday night. beautiful calendar from the Graham AdA fine young horse for sale. Paper Company, of St. Louis, Mo. dress "A" care this office. , We have the largest line of Shoes Handsomest line of Millinery in in the Green River country. town, at Fair Bros. & Co. Causon & Co. Fair Bros. & Co. can fit your chilWhen'you answer advertisements dren in n'new suit, for $1. tell the Merchant, the Groceryman, Pace is still at the old stand, ready or the Liveryman you saw them in the s tonsorial work, RnrunucAN. to do Mar. 21. As I have not seen anyWise men do not buy clothing until they see Fair Bros. & Co.'s new thing in your paper from this place, I thought I would write a few items line. if you will allow them space in your s buggy or a valuable paper. If you need a good set of harness, call on C. L. James Her returned from Owens-bor- o Field. last week, where he had been on C. L. Eield is the some important business. Remember that Health in this community is very place to leave your horse when you good at present. come to town. W. G. Bennett, who has been conCome and look at our new style of fined to his room for some time, is Millinery; you will 'buy at Kahn's improving. Clothing House. Robert Webb and wife were the W. II. Griffin has been appointed guests of E. C. Woodward and famPostmaster at Hartford, and C. W. ily Saturday and Sunday. Taylor at McIIcnry. Pliuuiuer Bennett attended the Quarchild of Willie Brown,R"ock-por- t, terly Meeting at Washington SunA little that has been sick for some day. Frank Chiniij Hartford, and Eli . time, is improving. Pat ton, of Pleasant Ridge, passed It is surprising to see the trade through this neighborhood Sunday. Kahn has on his fine Dress Goods, John Allen and Steven A. WoodClothing, Shoes and Hats, ward went to Ovvcnsboro on business Win. Phipps, Louisville, and John last Sunday, returning Monday. C. Riley, of this city, have gone to W. D. Westerfield lost a fine mare Arkansas to make a laud deal. a few days ago. ii t Hurrah, for the Repulican and the , Miss Foster is ready to show the line of Millinery ever seen cause it so ably and honorably advoprettiest cates. Xknia. in Hartford at Fair Bros. & Co. first-clas- 8c, first-clas- Mr. O. R. Tinsley, of the Washington neighborhood, and Miss Hettie Wesbrook, .of Warren county, were married at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. John C. Wesbrook, yesterday. Mr. Tinsley is one of our best young" men, while the bride is a We wish worthy young woman. them all the happiness this life The bridal party, made up of Mr. S. E. the bride and bride-grooBennett and Miss Myrtle Tinsley, and Messrs. E. E. and Wilbur Tinsley,are expected home nf-for- body shall be pleased with his visit. Wo can promise this; we will do it. Suits from 84.50 to $25.00. Child's Special Suits from $1.50 to $7.00. CANEYVILLE. Our thriving little town is on a Wedding Suits made to order on boom since the opening ofHarned short notice and under "Guarantee." Bros & Co's mammoth store. All Mothers can fit their little boys. Dr. Tom St Clair, Brooklyn, was our in town Thursday. we ask is a 'visit through Misses Annie Allen and Leta Rag-lanCLOTHING counters. Rosine, visited friends here last Our talking man, whom everybody week. knows is Charley Parrott, will show John O. Carter left Sunday evening for Louisville. you through with the gieatcst pleasScott Trocter, Short Creek, was in ure and politeness. town Monday. Our Shoe Lino is full and complete. Mrs. Tom Clagget, Leitchfield, is Wo proposo to say that no man, wo- visiting her parents near here. man or child need go out ot our house Little Tommie McDaniel, Olnton, is without a pair of SHOES if ho visiting Mrs. H. Geary this weak. Mrs. Cal Tilford, South Caneyville, wants a NEW and pretty PIT. left Monday for Spring Lick, where Come iu soon. she will visit her daughter, Mrs. Lide We waut all the good Country Baird. James A. Schroader died at his Produco at good prices, hut will take home near here on the morning of the Respectfully, CASH. He had been 15th of pneumonia. HOOKER & CO, sick but ten days. .3Ky J. B. Rogers is on the sick list. V Niiixlny Nvliool Brere. I f '"HEfeLS X ,iJ8ni H. Geary was very sick last week, I will be at Concord Schoolhouse on Sunday, the 26 inst., at 10 o'clock, but is somewhat better now. R. L. White went to Spring Lick a. in. for the purpose of organizing a Sunday School. I shall also endeav,-o- r Monday. in Horses, Buggies, .Carriages, Road Carts, Oweasboro Wagons Mrs. Asa I lamed left Wednesday Dealer to organize one nt Beech Grove Schoolhouse in the afternoon at 2 forLouisville. J3f"Saddle or Harness Horses for sale or lure at all times.- A. D. Romans spent Monday eveno'clock. All citizens of those two neighborhoods are earnestly request- ing with friends in Black Rock. R. J. Daniel was in town Tuesday. ed to be present and participate in Wilbur Proctor, Short Creek, was L. R Bauniitt. the exercises. in town Monday. One of the most popular as well as Jesse L. Harned, of Fordsville, has d Dash Rait, Seat Rail. Handle the most rcliablefirms in Ohio county accepted a position as clerk in HarI It possible a Top Buggy with Hub Hands ana bh&ft Tips, for above price I is Hocker & Co., of Beaver Dam. ned Bros. & Co's new store. They have the finest storehouse in the- LILIAN. Green river country, barring Owensboro nnd Henderson, and are always T(?Q Quarterly register -of prepared to accommodate the trading u. u, q a filcjle Cupln, . toe public. Read their "ad" elsewhere T Vtv. iSw .r PfrTear, C:.:u in these columns. lio4 Volants, t.03 -PC .... 1 t . . . The young people of Central Grove tail lilga kl, wl, u wall .,y r. Liny .nil ..IWt. B a S neighborhood gave an entertainment " ill, 1111 IM LQ3I1 Uft 1 uii. k'xr la ia last Saturday night for the benefit of catu. lOwut'--A. E. WINSllir, jg luuiulalkki. A we iwUirillM. I Mm the schoolhouse. A large crowd was niKhttriick Ail,!tlillm.ly tod I . ilifa(UlrofiolllN(iiiiiitiiti yattau-- tf - rmi.ln lata t, m ci mim...' present and some good plays were tCIIUKMAN, CotMlllMt,lJijr,lllu.l,N. 'fKEaW J, G I. presented. The young people are to Write for our New 80 page Catalogue of all Had of Vchiclec. . ( Address be congratulated upon their public iiJ,, us. 1 , SOUTHERN BUGGY OO. spirit and their good acting. The FefCiKA boUcilirfl CuitncMTAJJrrtt History, OHIO, U. . K ICTROIT, MICH.,UbCa CINCINNATI, public hopes to hear from them again. Farmers are very busily engaged OOXieyxr-ille- , every fair day planting their early crop. We have some sickness in our midst to report this week. Mrs. C. II. Stevens has been confined to her bed for more than two weeks with bronchial trouble. She is better at this writing. Miss Nannie Chinn and her brother, Luther, of the Liberty neighborhood, have both been very sick with the same trouble. A.. i Luther is improving; Miss Nannie is 'JC 'It very sick. Mrs. Peters, of this place, has been very sick for several' days and is not expected to live but a short while. ": Dick Blaukcnship has accepted a position as clerk with Hocker & Co. John P. Foster.one of Ohio county's best fanners, finished delivering his tobacco here yesterday. J. II. Nave was the putchaser, paying 7 cents per pound. The entire crop weighed 12,480 pounds and was raised on seven acres of ground. This shows what a farmer can do by putting in a small crop, fertilizing and cultivating it well. Mrs. Brown, of South Carrollton, is visiting friends in town. A. C. Hocker, of South Carrollton, B. RIVER, Manager. Opposite City Scales. is among his friends here this week. Wedoworkas cheap as anybody, quality considered. Repairing and Col. I. P. Barnard, of Louisville, is epainting I 1 ,.-- n tl y. Give us a call. BUGGIES FROM $35 UP. in town. L. L. Stewart, of McHenry, spent a few days with his parents and friends C. last week. Ij&jjp LiUnE" mM.w BUSIES, VEHICLES, CARTS. d, f m . $37.50 SOUTHERN QUEEN $37.50 Silrer-pUte- 3o -- ly 1 I 1 OIK THE 4 ' nvnewecMenrnma Hartford Republican FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1893. softly, "I am somebody's light," and then she blushed. And now it is reported from Central City that a young man called upon his lady Jove and straightway nsk-c- d her to kneel in prayer with him, to which the astonished girl consented. He told the Lord that he meant to pop the question that night and besought the Lord to put it into her heart to accept him. After about wrestfifteen minutes of Jacob-lik- e ling with the Spirit, the kneeler open ed his eyes to find that the lady had fled. She now refuses to see him al together. Hurrah, for the girl Hut naught thcircoumgccouhlMtbduc Mid wnnt and war theii sinews grew; . Their towns increased, their number Cvv' Jz-t doubled, And soon they triumphed o'er their WASHINGTON. troubles. Thus you see three strong Colonics Onr Rejcnlstr 'orrrnpondnt Writs Planted in North America; Letter Full fNonnd Katie. That dreaded and dreadful disease! Mew England in the Northern part, IWhat shall stay its ravages? Tliousands "rasa: .tsuAUia New York within the very heart, The political event of the week is 5 ,YVK I .m Scott's Emulsion of pure Norwegian While Southward o'er the hills away the defiance of Mr. Cleveland by the . XWm 7) . cod liver oil and hypophosnhites of lime Is seated fair Virginia. Democratic Senators, siitWeiis&qgwoDit The first rude d insert thus o'ercome, exhibited in the organizatin of the and soda has cured us of consumption in its first "Was Hew? doiuaP Others did seek this land lor home, Senate committees. There can be no stages. .Have you a cough or cold acute or leading rimiht that the Senators acted with And came like MnW in iiuubcrs o'er; to consumption? Make no delay but take A Fell far alonr the liastcrn shore the deliberate intention of putting I Scott's Emulsion ouroB Coughs, themselvcs'in a position to get even That bounds the blue Atl.r.itij ti.le, Colds, Consumption, Scrofula, with Mr. Cleveland it he refuses to Village with village proudly ride. and all Anaomio and Wasting give them what they consider their The following beautiful clipping While Swcedsnti'1 Fins did settle down Olsoases. Provonts wasting In While it is was sent to me recently for the In Deleware and build a town. share of the patronage. children. Alinou palatable a milk. Oct only the genuine. Prep Fithe make-uTo Maryland Lord Haiti more of the committee on benefit of the readers of this colpared by Scott & Uowno, Chomista, Now nance that is most talked about, be- umn: A colony ol Papist tent 25-- ?. York. Bold tiy all Druggists. cause it will have charge of the tariff The woman with a loving heart In sixteen hundred and thirty-fouBewc and all financial bills, there is not a is sure to look upon the bright side Who there did make a settlement, single important committee that is of life and by her example induce And William l'cnn, the grave peace- i.ti'isvii.n:,Nr. units v ri;.v. it. k CwETfE&ito s. mA A Startling Ofl'or. not dominated by Senators known to others to do so. She sees a good reason maker, J.1..7..!., i), t Tlio Ki:i'iiw.tt!.N ami tlio New to thqsc forall the unwelcome events which Came over with many nil honest hold views directly opposed m: iimr. of Mr. Cleveland on a number of sub- - others call bad luck. She believes in Quaker York Tiibuno both one year for ECURIltTLK IX EITITT SOV. I, ISM. jects; and among Democrats the threat silver linings, and likes to point them To Pennsylvania, it was done .V), W, .O.OI, only 81.'o. siteflMHHHHLlLiBBttkliLVjWiriki Au9it 'ifMty 31 has been frequently made that Mr. out to others. A week of rain or fog, In sixteen hundred and eighty-onWKST IIOlT.Nl. iMIly The Hki'UIimi'a.v and Tlio Homo f.T. I.nulTlllo Cleveland would be twarted in every an avalanche of unexpected guests, a (TO 111'. CONTINUi:t ) Ml ii. in. . Ml a. m WckI Point attempt he makes to securelegislation dishonest servant, an unbecoming and Farm both one year for only Ilriinririiliiirit n:i; . in. Hum It Act-- .. unless he recognixes the "influence" bonnet, or any other of the thousand .. l. IrvlnKtna n.m S1.2-After using Driiiutitond's Lightning Meplit'ii-po. lo.il ii. tn. ofthe Senators ton much greater ex- minor inflictions of every day life, Remedy for Rheumatism, according to Cloverport ln.llii.in, The liiU'i'iiMLMK and the American tent than he has yet shown any dis- have no power to disturb the deep direction, for . 11:11 in lluoi.l!e ten days, Mr. John position to do. . ltilttn.m I.nlpnrt calm of her soul. The love light is Doyeutiu.of Hampton Va.. writes that Farmer both ono year for $l.'2o. Out nlo r Ii: !( I', in It would be folly to say Mr. Cleve- still in her eyes whether the day be he can walk and SpotlMlllil.i' I h in Tlio IJiU'itni.lCAN and Wuimi.ikind .ittend to land enjoyed being dosed by his own dark or hright.lt is she who conquers Ar. llenlerion Ir.p. mi he could not do before. both one year for only $1.'J.. medicine; he doesn't But being a the grim old uncle and one dispeptic Thi-No. &l, Remedy has n remarkable leeoid ntsrnou.Ni. fighter ofthe most obstinate sort it is nunt. The crassest baby reaches out its The Kr.rriu.iCAN- - and the Courier- of cures not only relieving min.hut l. llcmlrr'oii not probable that he will allow him- arms to her, and is comforted. Old m imnnyjuii'iiKiami i restoring all the functions ofthe crip- - Joiirn.il both one year lor only 01 7.". 8iHiltvll!e self to be so cosily conquered by the people and strangers always ask the I wrli.Mrn pled limbs. I here is no excuse for any The Itcri'm.ii'.VN and tlio CosmoSenators. The impression is that he wayofherin acrowded street. She has one to suffer longer when this wood- - politan e ";l1 " both one year for only 8JJ.00. $ vflfflCTfEWffSWffB hi' m will give the Senators responsible for a good word to say for the man or the erful Remedy affords such certain reCorernrt Tlitq applies to both new subscriber!" this affront to him a chance to see how woman who is under the world's ban lief. If your druggist 8trihenirt.. UBisflKKllSi&t&fli, ' o.r'r.m has Irvinstt'ii they like being entirely without in- or reproach. Gossip plains her, and write to the Druiuoinnd not got it, and to renewal:). .. Medicine Co., fluence in the distribution of patron- she never voluntarily listens to it. Her 0 Maiden ill II Wrt Point Iine, New York. lMp.m. rnS,.t. i3 ' fUa.l awl and Octum Habltil Ar. Ixiullllo . age. If they refuse to confirm his gentle heart helps her to see the reas- Agents wanted. cund ni humu with- ouipaia.iook(iirvar-ttculftnscntFIir.nominations he will simply allow the on for every poorsinner'smisstep,and Tiln No. SI nnd .So. il mike ronnTilon it Republican incumbents to remain in condones every fault. She might not Irtiniitim .'V. .tcl) Midi iriliin Uiul WhitchaUSt. lw'i llle, liar llnlmnr i Wmtim It. I!., hii.I office, thus placing the responsibility serve with acceptance on the judge's Fur rt tioiiml. II. C,liirlhrr Inforniilion, h.lro A Free Trip to The World's Fair, for the failure ofthe Democrats to get bench, but she is a agreeable person A PARTISAN. . MOIlIil'K.lli-iiI'u'rAn'l. A to know. Uiumillc, Kr. the offices upon the Senators. and counties other attractive prein Who wrote about the English oak, Wroto ttunly verso and true; Democratic Senator, friendly to Mr. iums, from a doll to 11 watch, bicycle, And well hare sunt; tlio poet folk Like n Great Hallway A. J. SLATON, M. D., Cleveland, in a conversation with a with Of willow and of j owj its branches running in every di orgau or rifle, are oflercd for little And what they said wero words of lore. personal friend made the prediction & But theirs that praie, not mine. rection, are the arteries and viens pleasant work near home, by the pubthat before half of his term has ex- which convey the blood to every part I rather sing the of Formerly nf Mitlwoo.1, now .oeilel til l.cilch-fiel" nnd pine. lishers of WIDE AWAKE. For full Tho "quakln usp' pired Mr. Cleveland will be openly o(Ier ln uroreriinnal er iee to (lie iieople of the system. A cold, sudden change particulars, free, address W. F. KelWhen in tho morn the cdee of day Republican depending upon the OfiVe in rr MlJoiniiieoiii.liei, or exposure may cause poisonous Peers over tho great peaks. (11,0 Dr. Iln.len properlr.) logg, Box 1S8, Boston, Muss. 1G lm Senators for support. One thing cer- acids to clog Ill; And down along the valley way the circulation and then To where tho torrent shrieks. tain, the Republican Senators do not It hunts from out tho haunts of sliado comes Rheumatism. Beware! If you 11111 many n friend of mlno, propose to allow themselves to be The Leadinu Repulilican Family Paper of the United States, value life, remove the obstruction And clear the beauties are displayed used by either side to whack the other Of "quakln asp " and pine. with Drummond's Lighting Remedy For only $l.2o, Cash in .Idraitcc. TribCENTRAL CITY, KY. over the head. They will as a rule Oh, deep within the mountain heart You can get a large bottle at the drugAro wondrous treasures stored! act as a unit and will vote for what gist, or it will be sent you by B. R. PAXON, PROPRITOR. And sullenly tho giant part they regard as the best for the cotin-tr- y With riches from their hoard. if you send to the Drunimoiid Has just been repaired ami newly But fairer than the bits of gold regardless of whether it be on the 0 That In tho sluices shlno Medicine Co., Maiden I.ane, opposide of Mr. Cleveland or of his Is that sweet memory I hold furnished. Located close to Depot. New York. Agents wanted. Of "quakln asp' " nnd pine. nents. Gives all the news ofToiMi, Coiintv mid State, and u much Xatinnni w vvr to .n.tittiT. or.i. jou Good meals or first-chino rtir liineh Give And nobler beauty ne'er was seen. Secretary Carlisle's order directing u wlh l Ktlers Iroin siillemcn u lajies news a any other The Ntorjr of Amerlrn In Vrrnp. ilsehs. Yotirlinme woulil he inenmplete with As, climbing crag and stone, ofeultiire and mean Iroin nil over the country? it a trial. (TWO VARTS.) They carpet with n roal green that no news concerning the national out it. ilfn,Jutrnd one ten rent" ud reeeirea eopy of Tho stairway to God's throne. finances be given out by anyone ex- Columbus was a Sailor, brave, More fitting stair from heal en to enrth llieelesint mitrimonul paper ealled Oiiamic Than this could nouo di Ine, HtoMOJu.wlw.il will Rflord jou moro liealthfui cept himself is anything else but pop- The first to cross the Atlantic wave; Mitows'B .01 nrrvniis .i:a?;ao When tho pure cast dawn has Its birth cnjojinentllianjoii hare had for unny n.hj: each ular with the newspaper men, who In fourteen hundred and ninety-tw- o On "quakln nsp' " nnd pine. Iluiulmt Itrelpe ii'jmlToiitam hundred- - of letters Iroin )ounj( Contntna OneCnndv clienply mid for limitFh aXntinnal Fumily I'mjht, and five-- . ttU the jjeui'ial ihmvi" of the U. S. -- Carl Smith tn Harper's Weekly. iUlciily j ing delleloiia have heretofore been able to get any He sailed far o'er the ocean blue, lidle? and geiiiletnenwantinseorreiK)ndentfroin at home. Thin tiooklt gUeu ny utUru nii.l the world. It (ivcillic events of fureijjn I.nuls in a nutshell. It ba and gsnerul ttoroa. thoe of Hie opposite exj If thern i nun or information they wished by simply Where ne'er a ship had sailed before, llottllng Lightning. wotnio wholit not found lil or her af.nlty epariitetpinrlinnil fin The Family t'irele, iiinl our Young Folk. Ifc going to the head of the division or And found a wild and savage shore, Andrew Crosso, tho English elec- liere'i tho golden opKiriunlty. Address Omvoi Homo and Society eoltiimj eotuimiuil the admiration of wives ami daughter. bureau in charge of that particular Where naked men in forest prowled trician, had odd encounters with peo lomomj, room l i UojUton street, Ifamton, Its pcncral pulitic.il new!., e.litoriaN and difCtiioin are coiniirehenoivt, I ssij-- . matter, while now they must take And bears and panthers roamed and ple wno mu not understand Ins art, Ma. f(C i A IrkT I it being a timo when it was far less a lirillinnt mid exhaustive Iti Agricultural .loptrtingnt lm no superior ii howled. their chances of being able to get at matter of everyday experienco than tm Hl I. ttlh fld A month enn I mad I the country. It Market Report-- , are recognicd nuth.irity in all parts of th the Secretary. Had a Republican Then others came to sec the wonder, it is now. NiVV 19 060W.WW xc.rl.ini.-fu- r lVrroi.t pufiTrednhoenn Ian I. A Special Contract enables us to oiler (his splendid .Inuriial anil Tin Secretary issued such an order there To gather gold and seek for plunder. Ono day a party of strangers vis- whole time to thefiirnl-- h nlmr-- e and ghel Hit Ir Iiopulilic.in for one ear would have been a Democratic howl Ah, many a cruel deed was done ited him to see his electrical arrange- lii.ij l profltaMy rmpiujtil bIo. Spare moment A few acanele ments, and looked withsomo nnxiety in toun and citlc- -. II, r. JOII.M. A CO methods from one Far South beneath the tropic sun; about 2703."" There Cortez came with sword and at two Leyden jars when their host 2Cth and Main ft., ltlchniond, Va. end the country to the other. mentioned that, in certain states of K. Y. Triliune, regular pi ice per year flame Private Secretary Thurber has not $1.00 Hartford Kepiil.liean ' And at a blow proud Mexico was hum- tuo nimospnere, no could cnargo made a good impression on the news1,05 them with electricity from tho WHEN YOU GO TO 0WENSB0R0 bled in the dust; paper correspondents whose business clouds. CALL ON to OK Total. calls them to the White House fre- Pizarro, too, in rich Perue, "But, Mr. Crosso," said ono old gentleman gravely, "don't you think it he does not change his With bloody heart and cruel art quently, and if bctwi:i:s is rather impious to bottlo tho lightmethod of treating them as though A mighty Empire crushed. LOUSVILLE ind MEMPHIS, they were so many messenger boys he Ah, many a red man's blood was spilt ning?" Sul.trriptioii limy lie-- in nt any timo. you think, sir," was tho "And WITH And many a deed was done of guilt; prompt don't will live to wish he had unless s Address all orilpn to reply, "that it is rnlher imPULLMAN BUFFET Sleeping Cars' Of torture, murder, crimes untold, very soon. pious to bottlo rainwater)" Youth's Last week's rule shutting out Dem- To get the poor, poor Indian's gold. Companion. FltOM AND TO ocratic editors has been so far modi At leugth when years had passed away i.nvisiviLi.i:,.iii:iiiiiiN,vi,KNiii'u Cleanliness In l'rult Culture. Hartford, Kentuoky. fied as to allow their applications for Some English came to Virginia; ll.TO notlK.nnd M:tV OltM'.A.NT, Professor J. E. lll Mrinplil. office to go with the rest, the underIt was sixteen hundred and seven, that tho treatment Humphrey insists of fungus diseases nwQ,tBosn be sure standing being that the fact of a man in plants shall bo preventive rather The Quick and Desirable Route being a Democratic editor shall not be You let this in your mind endure, than remedial. Givincr tho nlnnt For the finest and Most Artistic Work; TO AND KOM abundant nourishment is not used against his appointment, nor For it was the first bold colony any the or style. Frederica Si. 'tctm Now Y.irU riillitdclphln Unltitnoro tho usual careless practice of 3rd and 4th. shall it count anything in his favor. Planted in North America; 6m37 WH'hinqton Norfolk Old I'oitit Uomlort In other words his application will The first that laid the deep foundation leaving in tho vineyard or orchard, ltlchtnoiid lluiritlo ClfVi'lmid lying on tho ground or hanging from Tolodo Cliicflgn Inillnniitiolii. HiyiTEIt KNOWN AS THE be considered without regard to the On which has since been built a Na- the branches, tho dead CinoinriHti l.otiiivillo fruits of the tion; service he may have rendered through season which havo been destroyed Eastern nnd Northoastorn Points nnd .Memplils Vicksburg Hilton Hiiiirk his paper to the party, and where the Well, here they raised a far fame town by fungi may work infinito mischief, New Orlcan Mobile Mttlu ltock Hot as tho dead fruits furnish to tho appointing power has no personal fa- On James river called Jamestown. Springs and peinU in West Tonnci-tc- o They struggled hard against many a fungi which attack them tho mo3t vorite he may even be appointed. Toxns ArkuimHS .Mlimlfippl favorablo possiblo soil for further Newly Furnished. sorrow "Nepotism" has been quietly dropRates $1-0- 0 per day. & Meals 25c- l.ouisinim nnd tlio South and and complete development. In tho ped from the Democratic vocabulary Of sickness, want and Indian's arrow, next spring tho nir is full of tho SOUTHWEST. East side Frederica, between Alain and tho Iliver, Owensboro, Ky. since the sons of Vice President Ste- Out bold and strong at length they spores of theso fungi, which find The Leading Photographer. Thoiito is ti.orouKi.iy equipped nnd in j MRS- - C11AS. ROB 1) MJIS. C. K WILLING HAM.Props. venson, Secretary Carlisle and Gov. grew, lodgment in tho now leaves and f. not. nil. aa ..nn.llllnn a.nl n.nnlilna nn ue. Elites vuituitiiiii,aiiu iii,tuinaii v.iur fruits, and bo tho trouble is conGray, the new Minister to Mexico, And was a brave and manly crew. lent Arrangement in timo iul tliroinjh cars Pictures In Every Style ::i Size. tinued. Now York Telegram. have been provided with government It was eight years after this I mean. I'lIU IHM'illNIA A FKATUnR Is the time nnd convenience) I'm- - llriiMii'n Int.. Ililtrm. Old Pictures Copied and Enlargi positions by their respective fathers. The year sixteen hundred nnd fifteen secured by the Limited Kxpreis Trains. I'hyflcluMi n'mnimciM It. IIoit to Mako a Scrapbook, A SPECIALTY, ft) per little. Genuine All Jonkr- - Licpit Hypocrisy is a worse crime than nep- Some Dutch from Holland settled pat Only a .nioiit's kiiik betweon I,ou!vlllu A man who has had much expert mint! of wnrld-wlrapper. J 108i Main Street. and Memphis, and tho best mid quickest luu trad repiitiitloii, otism, but there are people who do On the island ot Manliattou, encowith scrapbooks says: "Ilmvo rrailictiil nnd rnllrrlr riiril,oflroin.iMo;ii)I.1,r tinlliiWl nn,.r , 0WENSB0J10, KY sorvico between tho two cities ovor "tiered. not seem to know it. And straight they set the 111 selves to lounu out, as no doubt many others 37m0 Ticket", ami nil tn tiii. ii.o d.'KCIllou tn& ollirr Iri'iit.iiriilllmhnt,t Mlc.l, llnw the dlfllcully havo dono, that n regularly bound &2T WillklM&.s. .MhIrHii. I, Senator Roach's trouble with the work fuimi lijr npplyiiiK to J. ll.Tlclirnur nnd cnu. rrmotcd, fully explalnfj BUhuncss. tiiko book of any kind is tho poorest founAkciiimI llcmcr Dili.., or In circulnrr, wild nm.l.v.H nn, tcHlnioiilnls Washington bank of which he was And built the city of New York. S. of 'VK'S IKON riTT WEEK FA' dation for a scrapbook. This I did cure- - from prominvnl people m.illcil all Jculcrs k For "a It enrea q !e!l: frer, T.B.Ljncb. Gea'l Piss. A7t.,LouisTille. Kr. cashier he went to Dakota, which was Now let the laughing wags and jokers not know until I began to h eenulm. uuuiviw; iy int. a. i ovr.ii.M:, ivom. w..i,. oxamino Courier-Journ- al mentioned in this correspondence Say the Dutch are stupid smokers; manuscripts in libraries and public when he was first elected to the Sen- We only tell that dull or witty archives. Now, however, my sepaate, is making things very unpleasant They founded the famous New York rate sheets of paper can bo added to HEX HY WATTERSON, Edi.or. at pleasuro nnd bound when I choose. for him here, and may result in his City. If any professional scrapbook maker Best Democratic Paper Pub. having to leave the Senate. There is The largest city in the west who may read this still purchases much talk among Senators about not And trade and commerce is the best. thoso $1.0H a year. rather fanciful bound volumes associating with him, and quite a Then came along in five years more, preparedfor thopurpose, lethim onco number of them think it their duty to The Puritans or Pilgrims o'er; try using stout folio sheets, such as expel him, but a majority seems to Be sure the time and month remember dry goods dealers use, and I think ho will never adopt nny other method." favor leaving the matter with North For it was the cold season of DecemNow York Tribune. liest condensed news, Dakota, net believing that the citizens ber. Host of that State will allow themselves to On Plymouth Rock the little band, Xlie Ton er of tl.o Ideals. be represented in the U. S. Senate by Of weary wanderers did land; It is a truth which has not yet IJest miscellany, a man who only escaped prosecution And hearty thanks to Heaven they como to bo fully realized that much Hesit women's page, of tho character of nu individual and punishment for embezzlement begave upon his ideas of heroism. Best children's department, cause the money embezzled was re- For kind protection o'er the wave. What ho admires nnd honors is a turned to the bank from which it was The scene was wild, for hill and dale goal test of Boit nnswors to correspondwhat ho is, or rather taken. In view of this feeling there Was clothed in wintry snowy veil; what ho longs to bo, nnd his heroes ents dopartmonls, has been some rather plain talk about And all the shore the eye could mark will always havo a strong attractive , Best editoriuls. Roach having been made chairman of Was covered thick with forest dark; forco, which will draw him as far as possiblo into their sphere PhiladelIt gives away a valuable premium the select committee to Investigate Within whose gloomy shades alar Trespasses upon Indian Lands by the Was heard, the Indian whoop of war; phia Ledger. ovory day for tho largest club Democratic caucus. ,. Answers to Tho Questions. But bold and strong these Pilgrims received, Sample copies of the Ono scholar was asked to explain were, will Weokly Courier-Journ- al TOWN TATTLER. They feared not Indian, wolf or bear, tho words fort and fortress. A fort is a placo to put men in, nnd a for bo sout free to any address. Tlio' far from home a feeble band, tress a plnco to put women in. To tho Last Sunday, between the closing Unfriended in a desert land, AVrito to COURIER-JOURNA- L School and the hour for Where wild beasts sought at night question, What is a republican? A of Sunday republican is a sinnor montioned in CO,, I.ouisvillo, Ky. preaching, a bevy of Hartford's pretty tho Biblo. 3Iiss A. C. Graham in their prey We are manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal'directly with girls were standing in front ofthe And ruthless Indians lurked by day, University Correspondent. the consumer, thus saving him the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices are reasMethodist Church, just as a young By sickness pressed; by want beset; In ono respect Jay Gould was said THE REPUBLICAN and tho onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. Respectfully, man dassed byjone of the young Each ill they braved, each danger to resemblo Ronnn, who, whon ho lamp-poleaned against a and WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L met. utterly disapproved of nn onnoncnt. the young man noticed it and said: Long, long they strove and much en- said, "You nro right .a thousand will bo sont ono year to any address "If you were only a red headed girl times," and having disarmed him or 1.75. Address Tlio REPUB- dured, proceeuoa to offaco nil that ho put LICAN, Hartford, Ky. yo wouH 1r 4 Ijjrfct.'" Aid Ohe wM TJ suffering were long inured; Owens boro, Ky. V onsumption Scptrs ljiiu . h iT nnmi Aw wiwffflm rtflil HSiltt. Ati wzW 'say wholly $ d z:Mi m s fI(tAIRETTE r, Emulsion cam fofcrkenf OAP? Afldncw MiWOT before 7 N.K.fAIRBANKCO. e . J tt - ::H; S ! 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