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OFFICIAL OROAM OF THE PARIV IN THE FOURTH C0KQRESS10KAL SISTKICT. TERVS-'S- LiS ISr Annum. !. Adunee. VOL. V. HARTFOKD, KY., FRIDAY, MAKCH 31, 1893. tion ns some of the others who were put on exhibition, but I received NO. 35. zine, for only 83.00. i The Republican and the Cosmopolitan, a leading maga- ONE DOLLAR EVERY HOUR ti easily earned by any one uf either sex In any part uf the country, who l willing Id work liulm. irlouily t the employment which up (uriilih, ine laiwr is nam nwi nicuriiw, nnu jou run no rlik whatercr. Weill ion out ruiiriilrte.io that yoa can give the tulnca4 n trial without expense Is yourself. KurthiiH' Mlltlurtc ! n littlrwork, this li the irnmlen nlTrr made. You can work all day, or In tliur ruing oiili. If )ou arc fin. ployed, ami have n few spare hour at your dls. poial, utllliu thum, ami aihl to )nur Income, ear business will not lull rferc nt all. 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PROFESSIONAL CARD. would be discovered and a searching Covering my head enough to make me feel more and A TlirillltiK Adtrtilurn Willi (he party sent out. with my canvas coat as a protection ATTORNEY AT LAW, Warrior Ant. more, as time went on, that it was .v aWjtV BBS- against the myriad of mosquitoes HARTFORD, going to be difficult to cvei get a good KENTUCKY. It was in Honduras, near the Car- which appeared soon after dark, preshut in life again. Kven the animals Jil.S.OLISK, in a mncagerie have the privilege of ibbean const, while on a government pared to make myself as comfortI. 8. a. WIDD1J0. survey, that I first saw the warrior able as possible under the existing looking at the spectators and "vKTesdcaiiigr, their disapprobation of the comments ants those strange insects which circumstances. The long hours dragmarch through the tropical forests in ged along, and in spite of my precauand remarks made- - -- that Is, the aniHARTFORD, KY. state or mu- armies, attacking every living creature tions, the musquitocs bit me unmermals In anything but a (Office, over Anderon Dataar.) ilallllaaW .ibBBBLWJbP ' Willpractlco their profusion In all Ihe courts o nicipal menagerie run at the expense in their path, says a writer in the cifully. Now and then a troop of bab- Ohio am) aljolalngcnuntlc, '' and court of Appeals Los Angeles Times. oons would crash through the forests Special attention gtren to criminal practice and of the public. T2n22ly One intensely hot day, as I sat and make night hideous with their collections, have any session in the "I didn't M swinging idly in a hammock under deep roars as they jumped from tree 'solitary,' and I don't care to go into -- . the subject of any specific instances of the thatched roof of my hammock hut, to tree. Their cries would awake the ill treatment in the penal institutions a native came running in, and with rest of the slumbering animal and My excited gestures, bade me follow him. bird world, who would add their quoof well, never mind the state. HARTFORD, KY. to almost any. By I did so, wonderingly, and going out ta to the infernal din, and it would story is applicable Will practice his profession In Ohio anitaujola. direction be hours before the forest would be Ing counties, and the court of Appeals, bpecia Tlie nlwvcctit is n perfect picture of Waller I Shaw, the Touisville Dep- the system of public exhibition I was into tUe.open, looked in the attention siren to collections. uty Collector of Internal Revenue, who was recently presented before the practically branded, and I knew it. I he indicated. There on the rolling quiet again. Finally the sun rose Office north side public square. TlTlr was not only branded with the crime savana stretched a wide black belt, and with the sun came a strong sea United States Court by District Attorney Jolly for illegal violation of the deep shadows breeze which swept my persecutors, Civil Service Itws, the alleged olTeti.se consisting ol the soliciting ot a small I was convicted of, but between jail- extending far into the E. D. fJUFFY. B. D. BINGO. adjacent forests. It the mosquitoes, far inland. of the Mr. Shaw is one of ors, attendants, guards, and penitensunt of money irom one Tucker for campaign purposes 6C IRlnero, Listlessly I glanced about me, and, true tiary officials, who had at different rose and fell with every wave of the the most efikient and popular men in the Service and has always been a and like a huge snake, slow- as I did so, my eyes fell upon what blue Republican, and it is to be hoped that he may prove himself clear of the times the power to put me on exhibi- ground, seemed to be a large green blanket a dozen ly crept towards the village. tion, I was branded with half charge. Will practice In all courts of Ohio "The warrior ants," explained the that I had not noticed before, about countles.and in Superior Court andand adloinini different crimes, any one of which Court of Ap. an legal the native in a strange patois of Eng- forty feet away. I lazily speculated as rain, vonrciions anaMarket uusinesa attended might arise to confront me at any Office, No, aja E. stUartford, Ky. lish and Spanish, which I shall not to what it was when presently a treGOES BACK TO CRIME AGAIN. made a desperate fight against great time. odds. Next week he can probably be "When one gets out of the peniten- attempt to imitate. "They will soon mor ran through it and it appeared seen in the criminal court where you tiary there are ordinarily just four be here," he continued; "you had bet to move. On it came towards me The Natural Trond of tho can leant further details of his career thinirs to do. and the museum or ter untie your dogs or the ants will across the open, slowly dragging at law, Convict. of crime. Admission free." ' " over the uneven ground as though menagerie business is conducive to kill them." Acting upon his advice, I loosed my impelled by some invisible force. "The attendant shook his head and starting in on a KxlilbllPd I.lkp mi Aiimiiil li I lie Mor- ami went away mid later I heard him but one of them the dogs and retiring to a safe distance, Suddenly the truth flahed asross Kirprt 1'ro career of crime. bidly 'eirliii, llir tell the head jailer that he thought it lurrl on n I'rUnniT JR. TZ. 7"ecicaixiarf "The four courses open to a man I watched the approach of the warriors. my mind it was the advance guard lallnrdlylo lie would be a good idea to put irons on can briefly state as follows: In conuntless multitudes they swarm- of an army of warrior ants, and the Woin'crett me as I was more desperate than he ill. "First, a man can go to someone, ed over the plain, marching in com- tiny green leaves composing the movd army. ing mass were each carried by one of thought at first. i.r.ixiiiu. suite iraiikiy wnat ms History is, ana pact order like a "llul the exhibition still went on, ' nst for n inb in order to start over Before them scurried a heterogeneous them. (Office In Crpjrder llulldlng.) "Yes, I am an ex convict." he said, Will practice his profession court ol "and it is no fault of the state that I the only difference being that I was again, isine men out 01 ten win say mass of lizards, grasshoppers, frogs, My heart sank within me as I re- Ohle and adjoining countlea.in all the Notary Alao TfrriUy am not branded as one wherever I go made out more desperate than ever. they arc very sorry, but that they beetles and all other manner ofinsects membered the fate of the snake and Public I became the Royal Iicng.il tiger or now. in and reptiles, in a wild scamper to es- thought of my helpless condition. could' t afford to have ancx-convi"Never mind the crime. It was the Hyena of the menagerie as occa- the office or store. He might be rec- cape to a place of safety. Fascfnated, I watched their prepara- not murder or highway ' robbery. It sion might require, and was shown ognized, and if so it would injure busXj. 2EXea,'rrlxi, Presently the advanced guard reach tionsiortne onslought. The green was done in the excitement "of a mo- off more frccpieutly than usual. I iness. The very fact that lie had ed my hut and disappeard within, then mass stopped. The ants had discovATTORNEY AT LAW, every day to hear the attend- been on exhibition in state or municiment, but I suppose it was right that the main column appcard and soon ered the presence of an enemy in their I was ant warn visitors to keep away from pal penal institutions I should have been punished. not the fact the roof, the floor, the walls, and the path. Messengers had been sent to Will practlcehls In in two ways. There was a legal the bars as I had a long reach and my that he has been in them, but that he, rafters were black with them. Like the rear and soon the main body of Ohio and adjoining profession andall the Courts ot In the Court of counties, punishment for the crime, but that claws were sharp, but they never has been exhibited to all curiosity-seeker- s the soft rustic of dried grass stirred by the army appeared; they marched as Appeals. Special attention siren to collection. didn't amount to anything compared went epiite so fir. a gentle breeze came Jhe sound oftheir I had seen them before in a compact Office, over Williams, Hell A Co'a drugstore. counts against him. "Then I was taken from the menwith other things I was obliged to un"SccDnd, a man can goto someone, presence in the leaves of my thatched column about six feet wide and exagerie and put in the arena in other without telling his history, and, per- roof. The sound increased in loud- tending as far as the eye could reach. dergo. "I was arrested and locked up in a words, the criminal court. There I haps, get a job. He feels that he has ness as the rats, mice, lizards, cock- On they came, closer and closer. police station. It was not the pleas-anlc- was lpoked over by a lot ol old wo- a chance to start over again and roaches, centipedes, and others of Suddenly I felt a shooting pain in placcin the world, but then I men, and young women, and old men, work hard. Then, perhaps, someone their ilk, who had long made the roof my foot; the puncture of a red-hdidn't expect anything luxurious. who had nothing better to do than to recognizes him and tells the proprie- their home, tried vainly to escape. needle, then another, and in an inassjfBBrVk5FsJfltt The drunks and disorderlies hail to be sit all day in a stuffy room and listen tor that he has 'served a. term.' The Some succeeded in getting away from stant my body was covered with the of brutal and often re- proprietor is sorry, but it will not do the house but only to fall victims to ferocious insects. They penetrated put somewhere, even if they ditl dis- to the turb others who weie compelled to volting crimes. Still, it was not so for him to have a 'penitentiary bird' the surrounding hordes without. my clothing and sank their pincers One large cockroach, I noticed, made deep into my flesh. They doubled put up in the .same place for the night b.ul there for me, because they were in his employ. Perhaps it was only So I made the liest of it had to you bound to learn what I was really ac- a policeman who notified him in the a plucky fight, but overpowered by themselves up and clung to me with led to the grand cused of, and when they- found-thaknow until it first place the police are very offic- numbers, he gradually relaxed his bull-do- g Hundreds I killtenacity. jury and transferred to the county was not anything that promised hor- ious at times but there is no telling effotts and was soon dismembered, ed, but thousands remained to take rible or obsencc details most of them when others may recognize him, and each and carrying off a poitibn of his their places. Maddened with pain, I jail "Here is where I was put on exhi- left to hear a sensational divorce case the proprietor does not care to take body as a trophy. The most exciting shrieked and screamed like a hurt OFFICE OVER RED FRONT What! Why. ceitainly I that was on trial in another court. bition. the chances. It would jeopardize his battle was with a snake about three child. Thank heaven! Answering Is prepared to do all kinds mean it. 1 was put in a cage and ex"I was convicted in fact, I didn't own business. There are so many feet long, which tried to slip away cries were heard and a party of natives make any defense outside a little to people who may recognize him, and unseen. The ants quickly surround-dehim- , burst through the brush. They took Dental work at reasonable prices. hibited at times just like a ring-tailehowever, and fought with ter in the situation at a glance, and rushmonkey or a man eating gorilla. It lessen the penalty and then I was on they are so apt to talk about it if they depended on the humor of the guatd exhibition again. The crowd trooped do. There is a fascination about call- rific ferocity. With every switch of ing in amongst the ants, picked me as I was led ing attention to a man that once has his tail the snake killed a score of his up and bore me away from my terrias to which I was made to pose for. back to the court-rooAT . tormentors but their places were soon ble assailants. When to the grand jury made its out audibly commented on me and my really been in stripes. one sentence. rounds of the county institutions "Third, a man can go to someone, filled by the black swarm which swept The next day, while lying in my Br"1 looked forward to the penitentiary of the members leaned up against the tell his stoiy, and get a job. The em- unceasingly on. Finally the writhings hut, with my injured leg in a splint iron bars of my cage and suggested; with a feeling of relief. I was tired ployer may sympathize with him, but of the snake became fainter, and at and my swollen body daubed with of being one ol the figures in the cir- his story will become known and will last ceased entirely and then, and not moist clay, a young native entered " 'He's got a bad lace.' cus mil at the expense of the state operate against him. He flocks by until then, did the ants relinquish holding carefully between his fingers " 'Desperate' chimed in another. " 'A very hardened criminal,' said and city, and ns far as appearances himself for a while, but gradually the their attack. a large warrior ant. All day long they marched through the attendeut. and they all nodded went, largely for the benefit ol the stigma wears off, although there may "Senor, do you like these ants?" their heads in an approval and moved morbidly inclined. There was noth- still be people on the street who will the house until at sundown the end he asked- - I confessed that my love ing in it for me except greater degra- paint him out and say: 'Know him? of the column had passed and, was for them did not seriously disturb my on "Now for a man who has yet to be dation than, it seemed, to me, was I saw him in stripes at the'pen'once.' lost in the thickness of the forest. mind. "But I do," helaughed;"they B! tried for his offense that struck me as necessary. It certainly doesn't instill I belong to this class; I have been I entered my house and prepared to clean our houses well, and then, too, THE NEXT MORNINQ I rc.IL BRIGHT AND pictty tough. Still I ditl not kick. the spirit of reform into a man. Some through all that I speak of in connec- survey ruefully my larder, but my they heal our wounds." ntw AND Mr COMPLEXION 13 BETTER. Uy doctor says It acts eeatly on the stomath. Il.fr It was really imineterial what opinion feel that they arc heroes pr martyrs tion with it, and say that the exhibianticipations of my sorrow were preI took the ant from him on a twig. and kl.lneri, aiidU.pleu.nl lautlr., 1 11I4 drink U made from herbs, a county commissioner had of me. because of it, and some especially tion system in the jail and penitentia- mature for there were all my provis- He was about half an inch long, and tM. It ! Mllnd aud Is prepared foruseastMsilyas " "Then an older man took some of the sensitive feel that it lessens ry has made it harder for me to get ions as I had lelt them untouched. of a glossy jet black color. His head, his Iriends through the jail and point- theii oppoi Utilities for reform in the on my feet again-thaanything else. There was but one exception a poor which was of enormous comparative All druRnlilt tell tt at 60c. and 91X0a packaca. If ToarftnnntirettMendrouradttreBirorireuafimpIti. ed me out as one of the cleverest bal- iulurc. It does no good to either With some employers I would be a turtle which I had kept tied to a stake size, was armed with exceedingly Laac'a Kantltf Medicine move lb tHwilavl 4mj inprucrio i inaunT,iniiianff"irT. i'ni-vlot stuffers that ever staid out of the class to be trotted out ami-pu- t through criminal from mere force of circum- that morning, intending to keep sharp, branching forceps, or mandiAgain I was confronted their paces in the States Wild West stances. council. him alive for a few days before mak- bles, which he kept high in the air, with some women one day who peer Show. Ivvery time I was pointed out "The fourth course that I mention ing him into soup. He was stone now and again bringing his jaws to ed through the bars at me after being as a hardened criminal, I felt that my as being open to a man is to enter up- dead, but the rumpled earth about gether with a terrible snap. It was told that I had murdered my room- chance of leading an honest life later on a career of crime. It is easier than him showed that he had made a hard hard for me to believe that this livesfefei I presume the attendant was lessciicd, however, hard I might any of the other three under the cirmate. fight for his life. Not a dead ant ly little fellow was stone blind but cumstances. There is less chance of was to be seen; they had all been such was the case. These ants have couldn't recall what I had been guilty try. of, and thought it wouldn't do to let "And the penitentiary was little people who may have seen you intcr- - carried off by their comrades. I after- no eyes, but their sense of smell is me off with less than a murderer. I better than the jail, I found. It was ferintr. and. nerhans. less danger of wards learned that the warrior ants veiy accute and the abscence ol sight heard one of the women say, 'What a a bigger exhibition, and that was the police doing you any harm. This refused to touch any food that they seems to trouble them but very little. brute!' and an other add, 'He looks about all. The trainer or the ring- class is frequently augmented by ac themselves had not caught and slain, "Yes" I replied, handing the inlike one, too.' master would occasionally' bring a cessions from the first two I specify, which accounted for my provisions sect back, "I have seen them clean ISTMtBtST. "Really the exhibition business got party into the dining room and de- and occassionally from the third. remaining untouched. I was over- your houses, but as for the wounds," a little tiresome. I couldn't recall liver a little dissertation on how the Some men arc almost forced into it joyed at the change in my house, not rubbing myself ruefully, "I thought 'VS lorrolHU ' ,., .mrrm. in the laws animals-wer- e fed. He would pick up through their inability to secure em- a cockroach, lizard, or any other in they made them instead of healing that there auusT sect or reptile was left; they had been them." that made a museum or a menagerie a plate of bread and ask the visitors ployment." ei completely exterminated. out of the county jail, amis after I had to try it and become convinced that it "Look at the cut on my hand," he . lion ' Till. H. A. LOZELER&CO., lieen made to iose as a desperate and was fit for even a man to eat, and My second experience with warrior answered." "See." Taking the ant in We offer One Hundred Dollars ReWiiolcsalo Doolen, hardened criminal for the edification perhaps some one would say: 'Why, ward for any case of Catarrh that can- ants was not attended with such pleas- hand he held it over the cut. The inCLEVELAND, Q. of eight or ten different patties, and they cat just like other people.' cured by Hall's Catarrh - Cure. ant results. I had been hunting all sect's pincers clashed and caught the not be 340 Superior tit. vast forest with edges of the flesh on neither side of the day in the had heard their comments on my "They would be taken through the .F. J. CmtNRY & Co., Props. eye,' my 'vindictive cells and the workshops, and somefairly good luck, but as dusk ap- cut and drew them tightly together. 'treacherous Toledo, Ohio. smile,' and all that sort of thing I was times noted convicts would be pointed We, the undersighned, have known proached I found that in my enthu- This done, the native twisted the I) inclined to rebel. It looked to me as out to them us the choicest exhibits F. J. Cheney forthe past fifteen years, siasm I had wandered from the trail, head of the ant from its body and if, even if I were proven innocent, I in the collection. showed me his hand. and believe him perfectly honorable and that I was practically lost. Dreading the possibility of haying wouldn't be able to walk the streets "I have felt their gaze on my back in all transactions and financially able "You see thecut is closed," he said, without being pointed out as a train when at work in one of the shops, to carry out any obligation made by to remain all night in the forest with- "the pincers of the ant hod the flesh out my pablo (mosquito net) I looked together it will heal now." robber, a wife beater, or something of and known that my story what there their firm. that sort. Ilesides, if the county jail was of it was being related to them. West&Thaux, Wholesale pruggists, around for a point of vintage from This was the last I saw of these were to be tun on the dime museum I have heard a young woman, stand Toledo, Ohio. Walding, Kinnan & which to survey the surrounding wonderful insects, which took" the plan, I thought I could improve on ing almost over me as I was at work Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, countty and get my bearings. Se place iu the tropics of housemaid and CURES H0TH1HB BUT PILES. lecting a tall cabbage palm tree, whose surgeon, for I soon afterwards returnthe methods. So one day I got the ask: Ohio. ear of one of the guards and gave him top towered high above the others I ed to the states. 'And this one? What did- - he do? Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken interOURS A SURE and CERTAIN some pqiutcrs. Did he kill anyone? Or is he just a nally, acting directly upon the blood removed my heavy hunting boots and ::iicvn for IS years as tho BEST ' 'I don't think you make the burglar?' '! started on my upward journey. The RIHYIEDY FOR IMi.ES. and mucous surfaces of the system. How It Acta. -., I'luuituHi'i.Tmoamp. co.,it.mn. .',most ol your oppoi Unities, ' I said smooth surface of the tree rendered it Terthno-nial- s "Of course I couldn't look up. I Sold by all Druggists. After using Drummond's Lightning telling the morbid could just grit my teeth and wonder half difficult climbing; when about 'Now instead ol free. Remedy for Rheumatism, according to way up I slipped and fell to the ground, people who come here that this the why they didn't label he penitentiary direction, for ten days, Mr. John Like it Ureal Hallway man who killed his father because he 'State Museum of Criminals,' and fix a distance of about thirty feet. Forwith its branches running lit every diEoyentin.of Hampton, Va., writes that couldn't get money to go the circus I an admission price so as to partially rection, are the arteries and viens tunately the earth beneath me was s, he can walk and attend to would suggest that you put more dra- defray the expense of running it, invery soft and spongy, and I escaped convey the blood to every part not do before. which which he could being internally injured. I matic force into your remarks and stead of making the display to a large of the system. A cold, sudden change without rise, but a sharp thrill of This Remedy has a remarkable record Angive them something like this: to tried extent a matter of personal favor. relieving pain.but or exposure may cause poisonous " "Step this way, ladies and other thought that always occurred to acids to clog the circulation and then exquisite agony which shot through of cures not only .I all I'AIEHT hLSIMXM at ...1....1 restoring all the functions of the cripcrimiundid to for MOIIKKATK r.V Out aOn see one ol the mast remarkable to me on these occasions was that comes Rheumatism. - Beware! If you my left leg made it impossible. I pled limbs. There is no excuse for any oppxiti Iho II s. Iai" Oft", and wm een nals of this or auy other age. This there was one more person who might had broken my leg, and the unpleas''" Iihio than in value life, remove the obstniction to suffer longer when this wond- Win 9i'"d MiUF.U MtAVtlM I HAMIIfitilOX. man, ladies and gentlemen, has rob- stand iu the way of my leading an ant fact that I was helpless and must one Remedy affords such certain re- rmniai a. so PJteul We ad. with Drumtnond's Lighting Remedy al.ilily'fttenfihaiMiinil weinaae lJ stared erful bed three banks, held up a train honest life later; one more who might there all night, remain You can get a large bottle at the druglief. If your druggist has not got it, roi eitctiiar. drire. Icn single handed, and killed seven meu. go and possibly unintentionally cheat gist, or it will be sent you by me in the face. In write to the Drumonind Medicine Co., attuel clients. In wnlu fmaBXaaanaBBfTaTBBBBl My ultimate rescue troubled me but He was captured in Podunk county me out of the means of making an if you send to the Druiinuond 1 UBBtSBaCBBTaBaBaasaai Maiden Lane, New York. 0 Medicine Co., Maiden Lane, little, for I knew it would be a ques- 48.50 after a two days chase in which sixty honest livelihood. ftipoiK'f roirni f(f 'VaiitmUQH. O 0'. tion ofa comparatively short time be- - Agents wanted. "I did not receive as much atten New York. Agents wanted. men took part, and when cornered -- - - Crln.n ss ataLVfirILBWS ':'iBBH BaaBm' IsBBBmiViaBBBM Tames SznitH, Attorney at Law, G-Mff- Attorneys at Law. Ko-loaso- d Perry "WesterlUld mm . Attorney at Law, well-drille- I :&. Hartford. Ky. II- i- st Wiif m s - t DENTIST. i d iiMSBk J fftKE M9ff n LAHE'SMEDICME kssr was-anythi- Agonts Wanted! MoMEi j'jmP" tmwwmmwm ""'"" . KPH-SACE- -jr. SDBIC BUGKEYELILk OINTMENT: bus-incs- HSBIiHI HbbwI' y'"".; 48-5- tlgjWWBW Has banished one monster that threatened her clime; Now her eve. fiereclv blazintr. sees on ilpr invP(l S(M1 That this man hasn't anything to Enlrrlnln hcliihllc Inn llnnrinonic PUBLISHED EVERY FXtlOAT MORN1NO. Mnnnrr. Another that trifles with freedom und say this week? God. Jf. H. ROUF.RM, K.lllor rniil Proprietor. Pursuant to announcement, the R. It was not God or nntutc tint placed March UIMH'.IIIIOOK. ground So Breaking corn 27. on the earth E. C. Society entertained the public A curse so abnormal, so monstrous in is the order of the day. FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1893. last Friday evening. At the ringing birth, J. Allen Anderson and wife have of the College bell innumerable forms As the moved home and arc now enjoying n Meeting. An Important well could be seen winding their way tohappy life. The annual meeting ot the Nation- ward that classical old building. The Tlinl flnwa miu-nri- l tn iipntiln (tin r Miss Lula Tanncr,frotn above town, gionoflicll! al Republican League, will be held young ladies had prepared an extenin Louisville, on May the 10th and sive program, and had drilled them- Oh, guides of salvation! ye priests of is the guest ol her sister, Mrs. Allen Anderson. nth. On the 9th ot May the State selves thoroughly beforehand, and the cross, Mrs. V. D. I). Stevens, who has League will convene. the mere mention of the R. E. C. en- Have you studied the question? The gain and the loss? been confined to her room lor some Louisville is proud of its first selec- tertainment was the signal for a pleasHave you weighed the temptation to time, is slowly improving. tion as the meeting place of a Na- ant evening. sin in the wine? Miss Georgia Hudson, Hartford, atConvention and will, for the tional of Promptly at 8 o'clock a gallaxy of When none but the pure can on Jesus tended pleaching at Alexander last recline? time, surrender herself to Republican female beauty and rare intelligence rule. A generous entertainment will marched into the College Hall in har- Heed not your false prophets, plead Sunday. for the sin, Warron Bennett, Beda, spent Sunbe accorded the five thousand dele- mony with the sweet strains of music Which not little beginnings.destriic- from day night in Kiudcrliook. gates expected, among whom arc rendered by Miss Vcrda Duke. Fiftion will win, Rev. J. R. McAfee preached an exReed, Clarkson, Manly, Foraker, teen of the young ladies who were to If the doctrine of Jesus you wish to preach well, cellent sermon at the Schoolhouse so Wallace, McKinley, Walcott, Alger, participate in the evening's exercises Preach no license to pave the dark Sunday evening. There was n large Thunnan and Ingalls, and an effort assembled in a semi-circl- e on the ros pathway to hell! crowd in attendance. This speaks is being made to secure the presence trum and were seated, with the Presi of General Harrison. Kentucky will dent on the left. After the music had 'Tis summer; the gardens are painted well for the young preacher, and we ' in bloom, be present in full force. ceased, the President, Miss Lula E And the zephrysof eveuingare breath- would be glad to have him preach for us again in the near future. One and one third fare has been ar- Johnson, responded on behalf of the ing perfume; O. R. Tinslcy, of this place, and ranged with the railroads, with con- society and extended a hearty welcome All nature is resting, the bliss seems Miss llettie Wcsbrook, of Warren profound. tinuation of trip to Chicago, il desir- to all who had assembled, stating Hark! hark there's a cry there's n county, were united in the holy bonds ed. that it was their first attempt to en shriek on the air! have tertain in this scholastic year. Committees on arrangements Miss 'Tis murder! foul murder! a wail of of matrimony, Thursday evening at a appointed and liberal contribu4 o'clock at the home of the bride. been despair! Elva Morton was the first on protions are being made by the citizens, gram, but as the young lady had been No matter, there's license the liquor Friday evening the happy couple and to sell, attendants, Miss Myrtle Tinslcy, S. irrespective of party. sick for some time and was not able dark path- lv. Bennett, arrived at the home of Ohio county will be well represen- to prepare her subject as thor- There's license to pave the way to hell. the groom's father, where a bounteted. ougnly as she wished, it was 'Tis winter, and midnight, and fierce ous repast awaited them. May happip a omitted, and Miss Ida Render came CentrnlClty howls the blast, ness and prosperity be theirs through Central City is havingsome trouble forward with "Our Heroes," which And the storm from the ocean drives the rugged paths of life. a s furious and fast; e at present. The subject she treated in n over her noiseIt madauic minor is correct we Washington correspondent to the manner. Miss Verda Duke rendered And a little form ol beauty flits a a beautiful Instrumental Solo, follow- There'slessly by her pallor, despair will have another wedding to report Courier Journal says: death in Daisy Drank. soon. ed by Select Reading by Miss Delia ap"Several protests against the in her eye! pointment of Moses R Glenn to be Shultz, which was good. Miss Laura Before the dark river rollsturbidlyon; Kllflil.i Ion rill Amil ternary. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Barrett, Postmaster at Central City were re- Render recited a laughable piece en- There's a shriek and a plunge and n gone of Barrett's Ferry, gave an elegant e Department titled, "WiddcrBudd," and the man To joinvictim has ceived at the the lost millions; oh, friends dinner on Tuesday, March 21, 1S93, this afternoon. One was a telegram ner in which she expressed herself is it well Still further to pave the dark pathway the occasion being the 84th anniverfrom the Cleveland and Stevenson Club made it only the more forcible. sary ol Mr. Barrett. The children to hell? At this juncture the entire society asking the Department to withhold a Glenn's commission. From informa- joined in a beautiful Chorus, after Oh! toilers of earth, in this land of and grandchildren, so far as practicable, were present, besides several of the free, tion received this evening Glenn's ap- which Miss Siddie Davidson stepped forward and delivered an oration sub- It is yours to redeem, if redeemed we the neighboring families. One rewill stand unless Congresspointment shall be; man Goodnight reconsiders his recom- ject, "Cull the Roses Within Your Our banner is waving conic, now, markable event was called to mind by Mr. Birrctt, on this occasion, which Reach." Miss Eva Pirtle had given mendation. join the ranks, the World's Fair some study and And to God will your wives and your was the death of his father, Thomas 1 1 FORDMVIM.E SOTEM. Barrett.just 74 years ago, that day. In I children give thanks. thoroughly defined her opinion of Conductor Dlemmer, of the O. & F. loved addition to the many pleasures of the every true Ameri- No longer your Railroad, who has been ill for some same, urging that ones shall weep: can citizen should attend. A piece We are strong to redeem you and day, the ladies present quilted a nice ! time at the Howard Housc.is no better. quilt for Mr. and Mrs. Barrett. May which elicted much comment was the stronger to keep. W. L. Graves has a severe attack of Biography by Miss Ella Cox. She Swell the tide o! advancement with the aged couple live to enjoy many sore throat and neuralgia. us come and dwell more such occasions, is the wish of honorNink Shroader, Saloonist, Cane had taken for her subject that B. a ed gentleman, Dr. W. Alexander, And license no more thedark pathway the writer. Ford, is in the city on his way to to hell. President of Hartford College, and reAllciilhiii. Owcnsboro. is cited a beautiful piece. An Instru- 'Tis the gift or the ages, by progress The F. A. & I. U. of Ohio County, Mrs. J. B. Howard, who has been ill brought down, mental Duet by Misses Coombes and 'Tis the present's best guerdon our will meet at Equality Church, 011 the for a few days,is improving. people-ca-n SoHartford and South Carrollton road, glory to crown, Forbes re- Duke was highly enjoyed. Miss Col. Adjutant-Genera- l foul fetters, the on Thursday and Friday, April, 6th & phia Davidson had succeeded in Break the maniac's turned Monday from a tour of inspeccaptive set free, "Gathering Thoughts" and treated Unions will elect Deletion to the Big Cut near Silver-min-e banished, the cursed 7th. Local her subject in a manner that pleased Let forever be free. gates and send' a full representation gallows genRidge on the new railroad. He was all. "Grace Darling" was graphicalLet the Senators' judgment be calm as the meeting will be one of iiiomcu-tit- s delighted with his trip and will give ly presented by Miss Enola Clark. and serene; importance to all the farmers and the fruits of his research to the pubThe Recitation by Miss Ida Duke Let the ermine of justice, from base- laborers of the county. I,ocal Assemlic. ness be clean, was looked forward to by the knowing Rev. Hook, of Hardinsburg, preachAnd consign to oblivion in darkness blies of the Knights of Labor in the We ones and well did she meet the excounty are requested to be present. to dwell, ed at the Methodist church Sunday pectation of the audience. She had The time when was licensed a pathThis Mar. 27 1S93. night. way to hell. selected for her recitation a piece enJ. P. Mur.Ku, Pres. of Pleasant Ridge, Prof. G. Fielden, titled, "No License to Pave the Dark Then the mountains shall echo, the V. G. Fci.kkusov. Sec'y. F. &L. U. is conducting an interesting singing The piece was Pathway to Hell." valleys shall ring, school at the Baptist Church. He is cam: vii.m:. written by W. K. Weare, of Califor- And the isles of the ocean their offergiving great satisfaction and the Mrs Sabic Itowdcu has returned ings shall bring, nia, who died in an inebriate asylum. young ladies and gentlemen are adAnd the dower of the ages, the land from Louisville, Miss Duke presented the piece in a of the west, vancing rapidly in their knowledge Miss Mary Anderson returned from manner that elicited much applause. Shall be freely and proudly the land Louisville Sunday. of music. of the blest; For the benefit of those who were not Miss Ada Murphy, who has been Everett and Kelly Tabor left On her bosom the poor and oppressed present we it here: for Missouri. attending school in I.eitchfield for shall recline, NO MCKNSn TO PAVE Till? DAKK PATHThe ennobling surroundings to raiss sometime, came down Friday on a Mrs. Tom Duffy who was taken WAY TO HEM.. and refine. with hemorrhage at the Howard House visit to her parents near here.' The Slogan is sounding, all hail! Then the mothers, dread tales to their few days ago was removed to Hara John McDanicl, Olatou, was in the By the mountains 'tis echoed 'tis children shall tell txmrmaBrmmm dinsburg and now has typhoid fever. borne on the gale; Of an age when was licensed a path- city Monday. way to hell. Don't Itcnil Till. The coal mine of Gains & Read fell The dark clouds are lifting the mists Mrs L. Salesman, Spring Lick, clear away, Misses Duke and Coombes' Instruwas hero on business last Thursday. If you wish to buy town property, in lastweek.but has resumed work.The And soon through their rifting, will mental Mrs. Henry Crawford, Black Rock, If you wish to sell town property, loss is several thousand dollars. But Duet was good. "In Deeds, orshine the bright day. the energetic Colliers will go right What, what, is the watchword that not Years," Miss Susie Yeiscr had visited her sister, Mrs. Jeff. 1). Green, If you wish to liny a farm, If you wish to .sell a farm, prepared an oration, which reflected last week. ahead. floats on the air, OhioCoun-t- y of of hope, gilds great credit on herself and the society. Mrs. J. Litscy, Spring Lick, was in If you wish to sell any kind of real esLawn tennis will be our game this That, with the rose-tithe clouds of despair? tate, Mrs. Maggie Simmons came next town shopping Thursday. summer instead of base ball. 'Tis "no license" the with the subject, "The Star of Hope C. Gary and daughter, Short Creek, If you wish to buy any kind of real esProf. Boiling and Miss Maude liquid to sell! tate, 111 Lyons are teaching a select school here. 'Tis "no license" to pave the dark is Above, Beckoning us Onward," spent- - Saturday and Sunday with Mr. If you wish to rent property, pathway to hell! teaching a private which clearly demonstrated that she and Mrs. II. Gary. Miss McClure is re- given the subject much thought. W. J. Lewis, Big Clifty, was in town If you wish to loan money, school at Dr. McCarty's. And where comes the promise that had It you wish to borrow money. An Instrumental Duet by Misses last Friday on business. Miss Jennie Stumm is visiting rests on the air, of hope, gilds the Duke and Coombes was enjoyed. Bailey Tilford, of I.eitchfield was in If you wish to rent your property, friends and relatives in Virginia. That, with rose-tin- t ' rlnnrls nf flpsnnir? If you wish to go out of business, The R. E. C. Herald was read by Miss town last week. William Lyons had his foot mashMiss Cora Day left last week for If you wish to go into business. ed by a saw log last week is now im- Was it born' in the halls of the wealth' Verda Duke. It was full of bright, and great? The Criticisms by Olaton, where she will visit Mrs. Ad-di- e If you wish to sell merchandise, proving. beDid it spring from the Mentor who spicy saying. of buy In short, if you wish to Miss Georgia Hudson were unique. McDaniel. The Hardwood Stave Company's Lim.ian. rule for the State? or sell nnythitig, advertise in the works will be running as soon as the Or from "public opinion" which Miss Paris Pirtle delivered the Fareclaims to be right, KlU'L'IIMCAN. well in an appropriate manner. , machinery can be set up. Did it spring in full armor, resplend- a. n. President called for the report of a Denham Hocker, representing the J. ently bright? committee and Miss Susie Yeiser reLADIES Equitable Life Insurance Company, is No! never such glory their fame did of Needing a tonic or children that want building sponded on behalf of the committee. yet swell in the city for several days. moss nwTKns iinowji'u tnfcy. pure. As no license to pave the dark path The. report was laughable and met Malaria. I Dr. Byron Renfrow, Sulphur t.l.nunt tn way to hell! v the hearty approbation of the audiUon.nnd llfllouiiicis. All dealers kep It. Springs, is in the city for the week. J. T. Newsom, Owensboro, repre- It was born from oppression; 'twas ence. After a beautiful Chorus, the Wmifril. entertainment was over, and each one nurtured in grief, senting the Equitable Life Insurance A good reliable man with team to 'Till from suffering and sorrow, it departed, feeling that it was good to Richard, Company, is in town. Twenty-fiv- e or thircrop on .shares. sprang for relief; be there. Long live the R. E. C's. near Owensty acres offirst-classlaLike Gcthsemane's martyr, from al(lone Home. Apply nt most despair References. boro, Ky. ItCNOlutloim ol Hrnprcf. In memory of our brother Adel-phia- n Whkukas, In the course of human this office or address C. 1 McCar-ty-, and friend, C. S. McLean. It arose to the light on the pinions of The true goij.il expounded. ' prayer; events, death has knocked at the Bridget hits licr band against tho stovo and P. O. Pox, No. S3, Owen.sboro, of Like drooping dying stars, our dearAnd the wails of the millions, who doors of the Adelphian Society, of erica out with pain. Sho applies Dr. Fcnnor's Kentucky. 3' tf ly beloved ones passeth away sorrowed alone, Golden Keller and tho pain Is cone. from our sight. The stars of our Now break in one billow now swell Hartford College, and called hence Johnny awoko In tho night screaming (or tho pain In stomach tho cherries had brought on. A our worthy brother, C. S. McLean, in one tone; Statement of the Condition hopes, our ambitions and our prayers, bc-- c teaspoonful of tho Relief Is Ktvcn. Immediately before us, And this is the judgment 'tis destined who departed this life Sunday, Mar. whose light ever shines or THU Johnny Is dreaming. to tell-- No 26th, 1893, and, Tho fck mother, Just returned from her suddenly pale in the firmament of o m e license to pave the dark pathway Whkukas, The Adelphian Literary Southern trip, Is no better. Tho "hectloMushr our hearts and their places are left to hell. OK U still on her check and gloom hangs over tho Society recognizes his great worth family circle. Tho Oolden Relief la used a empty, cold and dark. A mother's steady, soft and earnest light, that Arise in your manhood to duty and the great moral force wielded by month, and a euro results. Tho explanation Is: Golden Relief cure At the 'loe ol HiinImchh, Jiiii. come forth; 13, him as a member of our fraternity and mation, no soro fromlultrwtlnultoit. No Inflambeams through wants and sorrows burn, no hurt from chermiry 7.1N03. Let the land of the sunset respond to the society in which he moved, thereries, no consumption. Contains no opiates, nara father's strong quick light, that the north; cotics or mineral poisons. Safo and certain. keeps our feet from stumbling in the For womon has bowed before God fore be it Ono tablcspoonful cures LaOrlppelt never deRESOURCES. w and the throne, Rksolvkd, That in the death of our ceives nor disappoints. Monoy refunded If sat- Bills discounted dark and treacherous ways. A sis870,011.82 isfaction not given. Tako a bottlo homo And led where proud man dared not brother, the Society has lost an honter's light, so pure, so constant, 3,000.00 Realestato travel alone. and so firm, shining upon us from Fulfill the requirements, and meet the est upright and courteous member, Furniture and fixtures. . . . 1,000.00 and be it Car-Loa- d! or (lie LUIUSR gentle, loving eyes; persuading us Bonds aud Bauk Stock . . 1,341.07 O tll.VUV.VKSS, decree, Rksolvkd, That we realize that all 1IAIIIT Cured n( Home In 'IYiiOhj-743.64 Debts in suit to grace and goodness. A brother's And from henceforth from the wine must die.and therefore we bow in sub-siv- e hy mliiiliilMt'i-lii14,117.78 fiend be free, Cash on hand lr. Ilulnm' light forever sleeping in our souls and silence to the inexorable, that flolilcu Nprclllc. 17,280.08 Let it sound in the ears of the tyrant once it is appointed to all men to die, Cash in other Banks illuminating our goings and comIt enn do given In a glft of beer, n clip of coffro a knell orlri, orlnloo.1, without tho luiottli'ilno of tho ings. A friend's light, tme and trus- No license to pave the dark pathway and inasmuch as it has been the will $108,395.49 patient, lll.aluulutcly harmless, and mil affect Omnipotent Power to call from of the ty, gone out forever: no the light to hell! a permanent nml rpeeiljrrnre, whether tho pit our midst our brother, be it LIABILITIES. has not gone out his light is shining tient It a nioilereriitodrlnkcronm alcoholic wreck. Resolvkd, That we tender the beno license! Oh, brother, 830,000.00 It tuts lieen glrcn In a thousand enset, ami In ov. Capital stock beyond the stars, where there is no No license! heed; reaved family of our deceased brother take 72,480.85 ery cute a perfect cure hu folloneU It never Deposits more night, no more darkness forevNo license to longer the broken hearts and companion our tender and cour1,144.00 all.. 'Die )stem once Impregnated wllh tho Dividends unpaid of teous sympathy in this sad hour bleed! er and forever. A friend, 4.30 .peclfle, it becomes un litter Impomiulllty for tho Duo other Banks llqiiorappetlta tn exltt. Cures tfimrnleed, 49 No license! no license! Raise high the liereavement and assure them of our A.B. Crabtree. 413.01 page hook of particulars free. AuMre.a the CiOI.I). Discouutand Exchange. earnest faith that it is well with him, Car- Undivided Profits acclaim, 4,340.73 ENNI'KCll'IC CO. W IIAUi: Nlieet CincinGen. Kirby Smith, the lost of the No license to pander to falsehood and and nati!, Ohio, Rksoi,vki, That a copy of these resshame. noted Confederate Generals, is dead. 8108,395.40 upon the minutes m m Tis the first dawning ray in the full- olutions be spread m m of the Society, and that we furnish a ness of time, Marriage tleBM. A. Harris, Jo Reed copy to our .city papers and present a of 84.00 per share is A dividend G. W. Bellamy to Victoria Adams. No license for murder, no license for copy to the family of the deceased as crime; now duo nud payable on demand, C, E. Hoover to Beatrice Feems-te- n memoNo license to purchase, to make or n token that we will keep his ry sacred. d. K. Cox, President. to sell; BARBERS. Done by the order of the above T. H. Chapman to Effie Rowe. 111 No license to pave the dark pathway named Society March 28th, 1893. to hell! Lane's medicines move the bowels P. Miller to Edith Christian. R. Sulzor and near Cloverport R. E. Lee Simmkrman, ) i very day. In order to 1)2 healthy Opposite Hotel, Cloverport, Ky. Pnncrlilncr Ireirla tn PntiGiimnrlnti The goddess of freedom, with courage & necessary. this is j J' D. EM.I8 MIM.KR, sublime, Kemp's Hartford Republican THE R. E. C's DO YOU KNOW death-dealin- soul-scathin- g I apple A wise mini once said: "Hold thy tongue trees at the Beaver Dam Nursery, for 10c unless thou hast something to say." a piece. Call on us. in advertising we propose to do. But we Respectfully, Chick & Co. POSITIVELY have something to say this week. We have just, opened upon our Harris"Theater, counters the largest stock of the FINEST LOUISVILLE, KY. First-clas- s Clothing and ShosI Annie Trees. - CLOTHING that we have ever shown. All NEW and in the latest STYLES Air. 1. Harris, T. 1 The-onl- II. L. Uritton .nntl M'g'ra nud Props. Dean, A moilernly built Theater Pont-oflle- r. post-offic- first-clas- FABRIC and CUT. Our experience in The only Theater playing first'closs prices. the Clothing Business has taught us that attractions at popularside of Jlli nve., on Went Situated we must have a large stock, that people between Walnut nml Clrcen. fie nml 10c. 00c, can SELECT as ell as buy, and that we I. pPrices Prct. 1Unmm, J. II. It"", Oa.hter must keep the finest goods because the country is TOO well up with the times to Of tho Condition of tho buy SHODDY Clothing. So we propose Beaver Dam to say to every young man who wants DEPOSIT BANK fine suit that we SUIT him in price and tho Closo of BuBinosa style. So with the men and big men we At Docombor 31,1892. good fit arc fulfy prepared to ive them MWOUKCES8. 8I12,7L:I.I Notw ami Hill." and nice suit. Also in Child's tfuits we Real KMato .1,000.00 in the city. 1 -- Post-offic- have special line, and at prices to suit. We need not say that we sell cheaper than anybody cJse, for we do not know how cheap other people sell but we propose to every man who will give us call that he shall be pleased with his visit whether he "Come to see us." ,buys or not. (Vli Furniture l.fiOO.OO mid "Fixture.. on Ilium ami 111 other 2(1,0:11.22 Hauks 50:5,251.71 LIAHILIT1KS. 825,000.00 Capital Stock Surplus Fuinl Due other Hanks Deposits 5,250.00 133.14 I02.H3 ll,:J08.fi4 89:1,25 1.71 heart-broke- Xm. n Our lino of CUSTOM and FIXE goods is complete both for ladies and gentlemen. variety Never before did we show such and such fine goods. This an important well afford to trade, and the lookatthese goods before fitting themselves up. Call for BueM's Fine Shoes for tlemen and Mcintosh Goods for ladies. want the good Country Produce and and will pay the highest market price. Come to see us. tt iesp y, Siloes Sulucribtfil ami sworn to before mo 1 lit- - January .'M, ISM. Siiixiiy Tayloii, D. C. O. C. In submitting ths ive beg to state that our businos has Mcauily grown each month .ince our opening, nml by the mo.-- t cnriTiil.wiitclifulni'M ami nVtrict iiberviiiH'o oftlii1 principles of the inot eniiMi viiti vp Hanking, wo hope not only to cxtcrnl our acquaint mice, but to prove ourselves worthy the confidence that is being so liberal-l- y : in us. rcpo.-e- tl Wo are hero to invomniodate the people, each anil every business, courtesy shall lie extended to them, but in mi cno shall safety be sacrificed fur friendship or to obtain bus inc.. .Ions 11.11.111X1:3, Cashier. BISliFEl!: c K to-da- y HOGlffall Reaver Dam, K v. I rWT-- rfr?V"" iJffwlBB i Election Notice. FA ST LINE "tgsse II S Pursuant to an death-dealin- g be opened a poll der the 'iir'itjjfefcfcBj jmB Court, tli ere will CASEBIER'S 'BUS MEETS ALL DAILY -- A HORSE SHOE BRAND Raw Bone and Challenge Corn Grower just in fresh Balsanistopsthecoughatonce from the Manufactory. Will have load of "Homestead" in a day or two. Farm ers are invited to come or send in their orders. Hockbu Co. both the voting cincts in Hartford, TO ALL. Ky., on' the second May, 1893, day tween the hours of 7 EVIMS TMD m. and 4 in., to ALIKE take the sense the SPECIAL ATTENTION legal voters in said Given to the Traveling Public, town on the question whether or not the local law now in force Call on us for hauling A prohibiting the sale good saddle horse, spirituous, vinous Spring wagons and teams, and malt liquors in Easy rides to B.Dam, said town, shall inoperative Buggy horses and harness. HARTFORD therein. This March In fact you can get 1893. J. P. STEVENS, Everything promptly and Sheriff Ohio Countv. Right low in prices, As we always have Nice rigs for hire Day or night for Both rich and poor, Under all circumstances. v r Rough or good roads-Trave- l is all tho same On our' Bus Line and HARRIS & REED, No extra charge for baggage. y i emu i mm t j More new Clothing W pre-vail- P at Carson & Co. MoLEAN DROWNED. what some call (lie Prcs-- , ident. II is career is like a Is comet, it is true. He" has an orbit of his own. His success is like 4t, The Great Light That Shines Upon the undertakings of Pair BrH. & Co., the suc- cessful and popular mer- chants, whose Spring Trade is even greater than they anticipated it would be, FOR THE PEOPLE OF OUR COUNTRY No better bargains Dress Trimmings, were Millin- ever offered in Dress Goods, ery, Prints, Ginghams, Bleach and Brown Cotton, Linens, Cottonadcs, Notions, Shoes, Clothing, &c, than can be obtained this very day. Fair Bros. & Co. to their offerings, N. B. A word to the wise: Come before the stock is culled over. Invite your attention AGENTS Wo JACK A Scientific Machine made on n Scientific Prin ciple. Save their cost ft dozen times a year. It is A child can operate not mussy or sloppy. Ec'ls at sight. Send for prices and discounts. 39 Murray St., NEW YORK. SfiSfiST townDEALERS FROST FREEZER. it. MAKES ICJ3 CREAM IN 30 SECONDS N.N &M.V.B.R. Miiit wRrAw "so ' GOINH BAS1. Buy a new suit at Carson & Co's. Everybody declares that Fair Bros. & Co. have the handsomest line of Millinery in town. Look atthc fine silvcrwareat Halm's that he gives away with every $15.00 ' No. No. T, TRAINS I.KAVK HBWIIll IUM. TKUNS OOINQ Wfc&T. ,J 10 od . Mull LlmtJ Eprf r. k. woith and upward. r- - Kiprea. TKA1NS nd No. 6, Mull No. 8, Limited VUjiTni...... Rire -1 1893. ' '"FRIDAY, mTvU(JH;31, Car.son & Co. are the Clothiers. Do you want an office? If not you surely wish a nice spring suit. Fair Bros. & Co. have them. Miss Foster is up to the latest in Millinery. Visit her for a handsome hat at Fair Bros. & Co. Prof. James Gibbs closed a very successful writing school at Edward's School-houslast Friday night. I caught him last night. Did you? Whereat? At Halm's buying himself a new styled suit of clothes. The"place for Millinery is at Mrs. Remember J. J. Tillford's, Rosine. the location, J. W. Tabor's store. Miss Foster can show you the latest in Ribbons, Laces, Veiling. We lead in novelties. Fair Bros. & Co. When you come town visit Schap-mire- 's Shoe Store for bargains in Shoes. He has bcatiful line of Shoes. Eitie foot wear, at Fair llros. & Co. Eor Plows, go to I. W. Tabor, Ky. Two of Eair llros. & Co.'s half hose ninkea pair. Child's suits $1.00 to $5.00 at Eair Bros. & Co. Good eating potatocsntScliapniire's Shoes Store. Shoes lor ladies this week, at Halm's, for $1.50. Mothers, buy your boy a suit at Fair Uros. & Co. tto-sin- e, If you need anything in handsome see our Millinery silk applique and silk laces, Look nt the finest line of millinery department. Carson & Co. goods, at Halm's. SPOT CASH gets Clothing cheap. lively laces, for lovely girls, at Fair Bros. & Co. buy everything this Fair Uros. & Co. way, and it's no wonder they sell the Oh, that beautiful line of Millinery, goods. at Fair Bros. & Co. Come and see the prettiest line of Why, yes. I bought tuc a hat, and I veiling ever brought to Ilmtford in saved one dollar, at Halm's. the millinery department of Carson Just received, a nice lot of furniture.' &Co. J. W. Tahor, Rosine, Ky. Vou know as well as I do that I can We want all kinds of Country Pro- sell you clothing and save you 20cts. on the dollar at Kahn's Clothing Caiison & Co. duce. House. We are headquarters lor Gents FurYoung man if you think ol proposnishing Goods. Carson & Co. ing don't risk your suit until you If you want a pair of the Anderson are clothed in one ofFairBros. &Co.s Shoes, see Carson & Co. engaging suits. feathers and eggs. wear-forev- Fair llros. & Co. want your wool, Special Easter services will beheld at 01 course Fair Bros. & Co. sell the Clothing, because they handle the the C. P. Church Sunday morning at of 1 1 o'clock, under the supervision stock. Rev. J. C. Buchanan. C. E. Hoover and Miss Beatrice If you want n stylish hat for Easter Fecmster were married at Clear Run call on Miss Sara Collins. Carson & yesterday. Co. will show you the way to their Harriett Cartcr.wife of Ainos Carter, milllnery'department. Hayti, died Monday and was burled Why pay from ic to 5c extra on Tuesday, Bleach and Brown Cottons, Check W. M. Fair, of Fair Bros. & Cof., Cottons, Carpet Warp, etc., when has been appointed Minister of War Fair Bros. & Co. give it to you at re- duced prices. on high prices. , Miss Ida Cliikls has just returned A CuIIpkp NIikIpiH llrnwnpil HI1II0 Irom a week's stay in Louisville and IIoiiIIiik I.iKt NuiHliiy. Cincinnati, laying in a large stock of Millinery for Mrs. J. J. Tillford, of 0TIII:K nitOWMMlSitnil AtTIIIKNTU Uoslne. Call on them. Our town was thrown into n tremor You can always get the best of acof excitement last Sunday evening commodation at Cascbicr and Burton's two and three o'clock by the stable, the best of feed for your horse, the best of conveyance, the best of announcement that Mr. C. S. McLean had been drowned "at J. W. Ford & saddle horses or rigs day or night. Co's mill dam. In a very short time Bear in mind that we have the best a large crowd of people had gathered line of custom Shoes in the country. at the scene, when it was learned We also have a complete line of the that McLean and a College companAnderson Shoes. ion, named Stewart, had secured a Carson & Co. skiff and rowed up to the mill on a Mr. John C. Riley has sold his pleasure excursion when one of them large tobacco factory on Union Street, suggested that they inspect the fish to J. II. Nave, of Heaver Dam. Mr. trap which is situated on the dam, Riley will at once erect a more com- nnd on rowing up to the trap the remodious house of the same kind on his action, which was very strong.caught farm, near town. them and capsized the skiff, sinking Given away, a ladies plush scat them both to the bottom of the river. saddle with every $20.00 worth of They both nrose, however, and comgoods from the 1st to the 25th of menced to battle with the chilly water April. So we shall see who will be for their lives in this, Stewart was reachthe lucky one nt Halm's Clothing barely successful. When he ed the shore, he looked about for House. young McLean, who was sinking his The coal mine of Gaines & Read, last time. Immediately a searching near Fordsville, fell in again Tuesday party was organized and with grapples morning and it is thought the mine the river was thoroughly searched. is ruined. No one was hutt. The After obout three hours work the mountain at the top split about body was found about 50 yards below eighteen inches. where it had gone under. His body J. II. Chapman and Miss EfilcRowe, was conveyed to the residence of G. Centertown, were married Wednes- B. Williams', where he had been day evening at the Commercial Hotel, boarding. Rev. G. J. Bean officiating. Mr. McLean was very popular The contracting parties are very popular among his acquaintances here both in that neighborhood. in school and out, and it is sad to And now our farmers are pulling know that so promising a yoimg man the old plow from its berth in the should be called away just as he was barn shed and hieing it away to the budding into manhood. His father, blacksmith-shofor repairs.and soon, who lives at Rome, Daviess county, preparae en now, the mellow earth is yeild-in- g was at once telegraphed, and tions were made to tike his body to the farmers' determination to home. At noon Monday Dr. Alexanturn something up. der took charge of the body, and in Our young friend, J. Denham company with Messrs. Henry Osborne, I locker, of Cromwell, has accepted a Floyd Crafton. R. Nelson, Silas Grifposition with the Equitable Life fin, II. L. White, A. S. Bennett and Company and is now solic Wallace Stewart, started for his iting. We wish him much success home, at which place funeral services as he is an energetic young man and were conducted by Rev. Willis Smith, represents one of the standard com of the C. P. Church, and his body was laid to rest. panies. The drowning of young McLean reSirs. J. J. Tilliord. of Rosine, has calls to memory the drowning of two brought on a fine line of Millinery falling oft" the dam, Goods, and will be pleased to have all other men and one The first fatally injuring himself. desiring anything in that line to call person drowntd at the dam was Jas. on her. She is located in the popu lar house of J. W. Tabor and has se Baird, a brother of late Judge A. B. about sixty-fiv- e cured the sen-iceof that expert Mil Baird, which occurred years ago. The Baird family liner, Miss Ida Childs. Indies, you cannot do better than call on Mrs. then lived in the Hinderhook neighborhood, a few miles north of town. Tillford for a nice hat. The boy, in company with a neighbor boy by the name of Lucas, had come A letter passed through the e here Wednesday, addressed to to mill on horseback, as was the cusThos. F. Tanner, Point Pleasant.Ohio tom in those days, the mill being comity, Ky., which has a histoty that crowded the boys had to wait for their turn and while waiting they e will ncerbe known. The mark showed that it was mailed at concluded to take a canoe ride, and New York City, April the 2d, 1890, getting too close to the dam their caand lacking only four days of being three noe was caught in the upset. Lucas swam, out, but Baird years oil its way. It bore the unmistakable amount ol post marks and was never seen until fished out two one would readily agree that it was days afterward, a few hundred yards "posted." What's the matter ofhav-m- g below. This was some time between it in Kentucky's exhibit at the 1825 and 1830. Several years later World's Fair? It would doubtless Brice and Daniel Hicks, who lived in what is now the Washington neighprove a great curiosity. The borhood had walked to town. river was low and they crossed on PERSONAL the dam. It was in the month of George Burks, Dsancfield, was in January and during the day a heavy town Monday. snow had fallen, detaining them until J. R. Rummage, Whitesville, was nearly night when they started home, in town this week.. and on crossing the dam, Brice lost Miss Isabclle McIIenry is visiting his balance, falling about ten feet, friends in Louisville. striking his head against some timDr. S. J. Wedding called to see bers, killing him instantly. His us while in town Wednesday. brother Daniel, who was the only Rev. T. M Morton, Centertown, person present, carried him across the was in tow n Monday. river to a hog pen and left him there Pierce Bell and J. E. Magan, Buford, while he went in the face of ablinding were in town Tuesday. snow storm to C. W. Stevens'.procur-in- g Master SomcrsBarnett, Owensboro, a yoke of oxen and a sled, hauled is visiting friends in Hindcrhook. him home. Steve Woodward, of Shavertown, The next to lose his life at the dam was in town the firs.t of the week. was Cincinnattus Condict, who, on Miss Ora Bamett, No Creek, is vis- taking his bird dog in a skiflf.conclud-edt- o iting her sister, J. H. Lindley, Liver-morgo over to the fish trap and while examining the trap, either by his John Blair and Judge Ben Newton, of the Buford, were in the city the first of own motion or by a water, was sucked under the falling week. the he and hfc, dog were both Mrs. J. K. Smith, Centertown, is water and drowned. A searching paity was at visiting her sister, Mrs. Jo. Foster, once organized and in a little while Hinderhook. Miss Georgia Hudson spent Sun- the dog was found but it was three or day with her aunt, Mrs. John C. Ri- four days 1)efore Condict's body was ley, near town. fished out. Jas. K. Shaver, Livcrmore's popuThe next drowning that occurred lar Liveryman, called to sec us while was a boy by the name of Cooper, a in town this week. son of Wesley Cooper, who was in Miss Annie Weir.one ofGreeuville's bathing with a lot of boys at the most popular young ladies, is visiripple just opposite Mrs. Lou Collins', ting friends in town. when he cither took the cratnp or beMartin J. Hahn, son of M. M.Kahn, has returned from Louisville, where came suddenly strangled tmd drowned His in less than three feet of water. he has been for three weeks. Bettie body was found in two hours after he Mrs. Ambrose Miller, Mrs. Her, and Mrs. Caroline Chapman, was dead. Beda, made our office a pleasant call Time passed on without another Wednesday. death by drowning until in the sumDr.E.B. Pendleton and wife and when Bascom Cundiff, of little son, Trimble, lelt yesterday for mer 1875, Tallapoosa., Ga., to visit the family son of Rev. B. F. Cundiff, was drownHe and ed just above the saw mill. of Mr. W.T.King. several companions had gone there to Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hayward and little son, Marshal, left yesterday for bathe. Young Cundiff remained on a Eliabethtown where they will visit raft until the other boys were all in Dr. W. B. Hayward and wife. the water, when he jumped in and it m is supposed he came up under the NEi.Eirr. sick- raft, as he was never seen again until March 28. .There is not much ness in this neighborhood at present. after three days' fruitless dragging he Rev. Bolton, of the Cristian faith, was found near the place where he preached an excellent sermon at this had gone in. Again the grim messenger which place Sunday night. Messrs. William and Davie Royal, seemed to haunt our waters disappear of Friendship, visited the family of ed until five or six years ago, NapoH. V. Royal Saturday and Sunday, leon Rhoads, who was running a raft, The singing at Mr. Joseph Albin's, when some where about the mouth of Saturday night, was a success, every- the Peyton slough just above town one present enjoying themselves. the raft struck a tree, and a dead limb There was Sunday School organ- from the top fell on him, mashing ized at Green River Church Sunday, his skull. The strangest thing about Miss Minnie Shields and Miss Lauthis accident, we are told, is that ra Royal visited the family of Mr. J. young Rhoads had just returned from II. Royal Saturday, Evansville and the trip was one of so The storm Thursday night did a much exposure and hardship that great deal of damage, blowing down when he arrived in Hartford he said fences and unroofing houses, but have to a friend that if he ever got on he hoped the Lord would not yet heard of any person being Hawkrvb, strike him deid; the words had hard- hurt. wear-forevp s Post-officPost-office. ly escaped his lips when a friend on him to pilot a raft, and sure enough he had gone but a little over one hundred yards before he was dead. TAYLOR MINEN. March 27. I will attempt to let you know some of the things that has happened here since my last writing. The Angel of death has visited our little village and taken from us the wife of Marion Bolton. She leaves a husband and several children to mourn her loss. Father prepare to meet thy companion in the land where parting is no more. A little child of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Brown died on the 2ith. They have the sympathy of the entire community. Jo. McIIenry nnd Little Joey Rogers arc on the sick list at this writing. Henry Rowe, who had his ankle broken, is out again. Yesterday was an idle day and some of our colored friends went to Beaver Dam and filled up on mean whisky and proceeded to go on the war path. Curt Shively and Lige Jewell became involved in a difficulty, when Jo. Rogers, who was present with his little girl, doing some trading requested Jewel to stop his vulgarity, when Jewel became enraged at Rogers and drew a razor and at once proceeded to carve.They were parted however, before any serious damage was done.' $100 IN GOLD FREE. - In order to induce the farmers and 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 closing quotations of Wheat, Corn and Oats as reported by the Chicago Board of Trade, Sep ember C, 1803. This desirable gift of $100 in gold will bo distributed as follows; Will be given to the nearest guess to the closing quo-- , tations as above stated. 40 Xzx G-Ol- d ffcS Xzx on closing quotations. CS-Ol- d Will be given to each of the next 12 nearest guestes The average guesa on Wheat Corn aud Oats gets the PRIZE. No guess taken unless on all three of the products mentioned. You should take particular care to give your guess in plaiu figures on every blank you record. Every customer will be furnished a blank at our store, which must be filled out and will be safely deposit ed, he keeping a duplicate of the same. Contest closes Wednesday, August 23, guesses will be recorded 1893. V I'OI.NT 1I,KAKANT. Mach 27. As it has been sometime since I saw a letter in your pa-pfrom this place, I thought I would write. Farmers are very busy now getting ready for their crops. F. O. Coffman started to Evansville last Wednesday with two very fine rafts of logs. B. V. Caldwell and wife, of McHen- ry, visited her mother, Mrs. Davis, last week. Mrs. J. K. Smith, Centertown, Mrs. A. T. Coffman and little daughter, Iva, of Ceralvo, were visiting friends in the Point last week. Miss Willie Everly is spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. May er No after that date. Other prizes to the amount ol $300 will be added later on. We are giving more goods to the dollar than any other house in Grayson county, and our motto is "Give the best goods for the least money.'1 Give us a call. No Charge for Guessing. Last Wednesday's quotations: Wheat, 74Jo Corn, 40Jc; Oats, 75Jc; is teaching a spring school at District No., 13. A. A. .Brown was mixing with friends in the Point last week. Charlie Brown is still taking music lessons. The Cornet Band at this place, is progressing nicely. The Point Plaesant Sunday School anticipates a nice time at Easter Service next Sunday. R. B. Everly is all .smiles it's another Republican. Archie and Johnnie, little sons of F. O. Coffman, came very near being poisoned a few days ago by eating Polk Root, but by the aii of Dr. B. F. Tichenor the little fellows were soon relieved. Wishing the RErunucAN much success, I remain, Jbnnie. Horsemen, remember that Sam Johnson has a fine Stallion and Jack at the Fair Ground. Mr. R. P. Miller, Owensboro, and Miss Edith Christian, McHenry, were married yesterday. We wish them a long and happy life. Coffman. Miss Mecie Tichenor 29c. ESKRIDGE 0,a3.ey"7-jLlie- , k PORTER, X.y. 5J fc ft-.- . College Happening. Since we last wrote, our school has met with a very sad accident indeed by the drowning oi our friend and Mr. C. S. McLean, on last Sunday. Mr. McLean was one of our best students and a most earnest worker. In his death our school, as Opposite City Scales. B. DRIVER, Manager. well as the community in which he Wedoworkas cheap as anybody, quality considered. Repairing and lived, has sustained an irreparable epaioting I i3p: ) n.itl y. Give us a call. BUGGIES FROM $35 UPTi loss. His remains were taken to his home, Rome, Daviess county, on Monday accompanied by Dr. W. Alexander and the following committee from the Adelphian Society, who acted as Messrs R. Nelson, Floyd Crafton, Silas Griffin, H. TO SEE THE L. White, Henry Osborne and Wallace Stewart. On Wednesday morning the school was entertained by two recitations from Miss Weir, of Greenville, Ky. The selections were very fine and showed the superior qualities oi this young, but natural Elocutionist. "" taSSwy-.jffMprThe R. E. C's entertained last Friknow day night The young ladies exactly how to entertain and never was an entertainment more thoroughly enjoyed by the public. We hope -- OJFto hear from the girls again in the near future. At General Exercises Thursday of morning, we were honored by the following visitors: Mrs. S. K. Cox, Mrs. J. E. Rowe, Misses, Verda Duke, Ada Baird, Lida Walker,' Anna Weir, Ada Porter, Messrs Marvin Bean, J.P. He will save you MONEY by Buying from HIM. Will Thomas, and J. L.Miller. sell you a Buggy, Harness, Lap Duster and Whip from 160.00 The R. E, C's and Adelphian Litelected new officers erary Societies up to 175.00, The Davis Carriage Company has the reputaat their last meetings. The officers tion of building the best Buggy for the money ot any Factory of the R. E. C Society are: Siddie In Cincinnati. Davidson, President; Laura Render, Vice President; Annie Clark, Secretary; Ella Cox, Marshal; Lula Johnson, Janitor. Officers ol the Adelphian Society: D, E. Miller, President; J. II. Wood, Vice Presi-den- t; I.. M. Render, Sect'y; R-- E. L. Simmerman, Attorney; B. C Gibson, Treasurer; E. Tracy, Janitor. d I it poulble a Top Buggy with The following has prepared exlbits Dash Rail, Seat Roll, HaadlnV mud anu una snau i ipj, lor Dove price i forthe World's Fair: Viola Westerfield, J J at Henry Orsborne, Owen Williams, Jessie Smith and Etta Thomas. pall-bearer- s; Come to Hartford 1 SPRING OPENING Buggies just from tKe Davis Carriage Company. C. L. Field's car So come and judge for yourself. .- $37.50 SOUTHERN QUEEN $37.50 Silver-plate- t Two mares and colts. Terras mott reasonable. Call on or address, Z. Wayno Griffin & Bro. Hartford. OureTlndljetUou, IIIUouhmm, For Sale, 25ggg Mfr BROWN'S IROS BITTERS C3S T r BnwU, Vol. tTv K r 7 J W 1U Allele.. MllU. OmuIo. Uu raoommeadnd aouod red Itan on witpnr. fcMtndo rtbulM thi irtten, aid. Algptiou.lfmo-rmm-mo( bile. m4 cutw auUrU. fk IM WWbMi MaBf PcrsoRS tra broken down torn OTtrworkorbooMhcld rM Brown's Iron DUtera Write for our New 60 page Catalogue Aaareta 1 of all Idadi of Vehlrit. ml . CINCINNATI. THE SOUTHERN BUGGY GO. ; u. $&-- ' '- -' Hartford Republican FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1893. WASHINGTON. Jieway Letter KrlnllttR to Official. Rttlrlnir . ? oil sion Sctintor Vorhccs, who 1ms been and classed ns extremely Lir.ie . v'' -in his financial ideas, is accused of having been persuaded to promise his will build flesh up r j'j, win Ijll ,lfi"i ; ? WW"-- vote and assistance in securing a rei . ens appetite. give you a peal of the Sherman Silver law at the Vinext session of Congress. Time V ' Ecott's Emulsion enres Ccuffbt, whether there is any will tell Colds, Goniumptign, Scrofula and accusation, the foundation lor all Anaemic and WAstlncr Diseases. but the fact that Senator Vorhecs' Prevents wasting In cUil3rcu. CJetonty brother-in-lahas been given a nice the genuine. 1'rcrvircd y Scott A diplomatic berth, and that he secured Bowne, Chemists, Now York. Sohl by the appointment of Burke to be U. S. all Druggists. Attorney and Hawkins to be U. S. Marshal for Indiana in the face of the I.OItlNVIM.t:,.'. l.fU'l-- S ,1 It.lt opposition of every prominent origiA Startling Ollbr. a. t. nal Clevelans man of that State, adds , y., j). The Ili:i'rm.t('AX nnd the Now dh.i t aw ii.r,, probability to that statement. Such a York Tribune both one year 1'or howl was raised over these nominasciinnn.i: in- r.riKCT nov.i, ism. f.P.51, Vi.M, fcflWftwaaaasfaft'aCT.J tions that it was rumored that they ked." only 81.25. I m lly. wi:sT nor:,' i fally. Ami-rlri- t Vorhees would be withdrawn, but The Nlory or In Vrrxc. . Till a in. C a The Kcpimi.U'.vx and The Home Lr. I.ntilllli' in (TWO PARTS.) V t Point stopped it by rushing their confirma.. fill a.m. 7..1I p. in nnd Farm both oiie )cur for only P 17 IImihI in. l"p in Full many a tale I might now tell, tions through the Senate. Inlnjttrtii ... 'i t o. m '7 p m A part of the deal by which Roach Of war and woe that here befell; 81.2i, .. H'.ii i. in. p III Strlwtlmlt Kl p cinwport came to the Senate from North Da- The Colonist, how olt at night, Mat. i. in The It:iTiu.tcA? ami the American I? llif i in ICllj. Ill kota was upset this week by the Thete sleep was broken by sudden J, .. ll:Mn in In H n m Fanner b illi o..e jear for 81.23. fright, appointment of a Commissioner of the OuiMi'lioro I.' Ibl. in. II It ii in "pnll'Vi'lr ' i i in I' p in General Land Office, By the terms Of Indian whoop nnd cruel knife The lii:i'Uiti.!UAN and YVonniiikiid Ar, Hi mtrrfcn lii'p n ' " l. in To spill the blood of babe and wife; of the Roach deal Bartlett Tripp, of both one year fur only M.21. vn V, V.M, South Dakota, was to have this posi- How prowling wolves and hungry ravr nor:..!, I ni'y In ily. The nriTiu ic v.n and the Coin iei bears tion, but the exposure of Roach' ConU !! 7.IS i. in. rwii I'P. .. .' . n. ii Jniiriial both one veur for only I 73. nection with that bank embezzlement Increase their dangers and their cares. i. Ortoiiioro. ... p n in. Mr. Cleveland declined to appoint But this I leave these scenes arc o'er, The UtilTlii.tCAS mid the Cosmoj "j i. in. S ' p in II IW Mllll . Tripp, and Senator Vilas stepped in The Indian sleeps to wake no more, 'p foil). Ill politan" both one year for only $'' 00. Cl.iUTport ti'Pt n in i r and secured the plum for a Wiscon- The hungry wolf and bear are still, KVaEjSal Mcplicnspoit I" i . in t In I pi This itpplie to both new subscribers sin man, to the astonishment of every- We peep o'er years that roll away, II i.ii, in. 7 InlnKton p. in mill to renewals. And only mention in our lay, Ilnuulmtairji It body else. in. 7 t p. in Wet I'uliit. ... p. Ill, F nv p, r do not take That spile of peril, war and bustle, Michigan Democrats and Opium Kabl 'J Ar. l.inilMllli' p. in. Ul p. in t'diri-,- nt Iimi in ivit ha A Urate nnd Dnrlng I ml Ian. kindly to the selection of Judge Hen- Our country grew in bone and musOUtpaltl llOOkof J1A 2 mill Twenty years ngo I was a member Ti"iln No, .l mi .Nn. eonno Hon nl tlciiUrsneiit FIlt:n. cle ry A. Robinson, of Detroit, to suc1). tt.M.uonl.M-.v.iiihIj) tnlnirlnn of tho Seventh regiment of cavalry. uiih train mi Lmili. A Uur la, U n. Oinco 1IH.. bUcUU Sb title, llnrllii'liiri' A Vt. rn It. I'., Dodge of the Depart- Till seventeen hundred and seventy-fiv- e General Custer was in command, ceed Statistician ii an. I Kor lurtlirr In rt US ment of Agriculture. Judge Robinson i A" i. and, na ovcry 0110 knows, ho was a A Free Trip to The World's Fair, O, :ioitmtK.rion. I'n'r tc't. II. I .C it.Y IIis a recent convert, having been a Re- Three millions souls did live and born Indian fighter. Tho regiment , u4 liMlllC, Uy. . -' I. I , had met and defeated n largo forco nnd counties oilier attractive thrive publican candidate for Congress four .. ' tUfiinL, - iVlSi;rVH?l'yjWWl1 .- from a doll to a watch, bicycle, rZ...mmr MM-WilritA. J. SLATON, K. D., years ago. He is said now to be an Where late the savage reigned su of Sioux and Choycnno Indians, and thoy left us in possession of tho field preme out and out Free Trader and single organ or rille, are offered fur a little of battle. Only one Indian remained & taxer, and his strongest backer is O'er mountain, vale, lake and stream, in sight, and his boldness was cer- pleasant work near home, by the pub was then famous tainly wonderful. Ho was mounted lUI.ets of WIDE AWAKE. For full began that understood to have been Henry It Formerl) of Millwinil, n 'r oe.itel.il l.rttch. tielJ, olfors III" fray eri ee to ti people on a very linmUomo pony, and ho particular?, free, nddre W. F. George. The Michagin Democrats are t jr, Vu ei)U4tie 'iM) on isi I Otfiee in re. rodo up and down our lino, keeping afraid to kick openly, lest it injure Twixt England and America. Uox 1S3, Boston, Mas?. 10 ltn ilnee,(thellr. Hh piop. til.) illy of our their chances for partronage, but all The Revolutionary War it is called out of range to tempt rifles, and yet near enough us to fire at near and far, are kicking. the same they S Sol him. The Lcailiiifl Republican Family Paper of tho United States, If it be true, as is confidently assert- It shook the land from Georgia's plain At each shot from tho soldiers he Cash in .hlranco. Fur only ed and is generally believed, that J. Far Northward to the bound of Maine. would shout defiauco and dare us to CENTRAL CITY, KY. At Lexington the conflict rose, como out and fight him. General Cus Pierpont Morgan, the New York bankAnd Yorktown saw it proudly clobe, ter rodo up, and taking in tho situaR. R. PAXON, PRQPRITOR. er, has gone to Europe under orders For eight long years the cry of battle tion told us not to fire until tho InHas just been repaired and newh, from the Administration to negotiate dian came to a certain spot on tho and blood the sale of a new $50,000,000 issue of prairie, and then all firo together. furni.-lieLocated close to I)oiot. bonds, the Administration may well Rang o'er field and flood. The Indian was a very graceful rider, Givi nil llic ncvv of Tonii, ('oiintv 11111I State, ntid ti much National Ah, who the woes of war can tell, Good mould orfirsl-elalitnrV V." r TO M Give new n any other HllV.wiriln vou nnd as ho rodo down tho lino tho sol- DO VOl' il lott, i iroin prepare itself to meet a storm oi depaper of ito cla. Your Imiup wou'd be incomplete vvilh mill mxi nunciation from everj' section of the And paint its terrors true and well, fliers waited until ho reached tho , ofclllttirp nnd til, .ili Ir.llil nil ulrr t!i rvimitrf it a trial. out it. spot, and then a Ftomi Of ,o,Jii. .in I nn. lonrcnt-un- .l copyuf country, for everybody at all familiar Look o'er the land where war is chosen leaden hall swept across the prairie. uiPFit-ininiirimnni piper ciuoa tiatxuc waging with public sentiment knows that .ov r.rr r.rj .v.--: .x w nnd tho pony fell to tho ground rid- llLnofbiK. wlnrli uill Hrtnnl joii more licittlifm imnvrs-- f 1M"1 rnjojliicnt than) on liite Iml for innii) nili):riuli without regard to politics, it is over- See the fearful tempest raging. dled with bullets. for lnu'i. Cfintnlna One Itumlrr,! tticl N a Xminn.'il Family Paper, nnd civc nil tho general new.' of the U. S. niimlfrcnntiiii- - liunlrnl of lttor Irom )nuii la j: ileUcIouiiCiiiiilj- - clieiiply nml i)iilel;ly whelmingly opposed to an increase The rocks and trees and turf is scared Wo vero glad to seo tho Indian, Ivlie KititliMiieiiHfttitlngcnrri'-ponarnti'frohome. Tliln licxiK U Klvtu nunyiiiarug at tin- and tlio vvnrld. It As if whirled tempest marred, of f'.n.'in In vU in a nutshell. init bus however, on his feet again in nn of the bonded indebtedness oi the thop oftlieopiMi-itei-eif tlirre l a nun or uul ifnucrut atorcs. And hushed in death's embrace deep stant, for wo hoped to capturo lum ooniin nliotii nut foiiml ill, or lirr nf.n.i) 'cp.ir.i:e iiepartrniiit- i The Kamily ' irelo, and our Young Folk. If country in time of peace. When tho ijol U n opportunity. Ailtren Onivot nlivo. Imagine- our surprise- when Home and Suciity eolum-- i cumumtul the admiration of wive- nnd daughter, Gen. Harrison was President, great Around the gallant soldier's sleep, wo saw another Indian coming to tho tosH, room U, 18 IlojUton Mreft, Itoton, its pei'ir.il political news, editorial and dicu:iiiii4 are comprehensive, 38 1). pressure was brought to bear on him The mother's aged limb shall quake, rescue. Ho was mounted on a fleet ila'i. biilliiint and flnititive. In Agitculttiral department Inn no juiperiur ia to consent to an issue of bonds for the The widow's sadden heart shall break, footed pony, nnd like a flash he swept the coiintrv. It Market Reports are rd'ogtiied iiulliority in all purtmif the purpose of increasing the gold in the The loved and lovely sisters mourn, np to our supposed prisoner, helped 575.00 b 5220,00 Ian I. A SHH'ittl Contract eiuiblo.- in to oiler this Treasury, but after carefully consider- For these brave men so pale and torn. him to mount and before wo had prefrrrpil uliu c.in fiirnl-l- i li ir- - nml k Journal nnd TK tin ir ing the matter in all its bearings he Such are the scenes of war and these timo to firo a 6hot they were gal- wholeI timo to the tuini. Spire momenta tor one v ear loping away. Wo sent a hearty liny protitiMy empliijnl ulo. vfnt tneanelo positively refused. If the argument Purchased us liberty and peace; cheer General Custer joining after intoii4nnleltie. II, I. .IOII.NHO.V A 0 bonds Such are the scenes that hurled Iliilimonil, Va. of those who favor the issue of them. It was a soldier's tribute in Jfith nml Mam N. Y. Tribune, regular price per year, 31.00 be correct, the same tactics, contin- A Tyrant from the Western world. recognition of a bravo act. Cor. Now Hartford Republican " " " York Press. uing the artificial demand for gold, Thus our liberty was won, WHEN YOU GO TO 0WENSB0R0 can iust as easily compel other is Ah, many a noble deed was done, Total CALL OS 82.2.ri. Pennants, tho great traveler, hated sues of bonds.toan unlimited amount. And many a Patriot nobly fell, wigs and got into innumerable broils It will only require that those who Oh, let us ever cherish then rCTwni:.v by Bnatchiug off tho head covering of wish the bonds issued shall present The memory of these gallant men, LOUSVILLE and KEKPKIS, Who gave their lives, blood fresh and every man ho met who were a wisr. Treasury notes for redemption in Subscription may begin at any time. free WITH Sealskin seems to bo in greater gold as fast as the gold goes into Addres nil ordets to To purchase peace and liberty, favor than over, and it apparently the Treasury. PoLuAK 3uFFE7 Sleeping Cars' becomes inoro and more beautiful as And let us ne'er forget the name Tennessee, has Senator Harris, of tho timo goes on, probably because rrtOM AND TO That fills the proudest nich of fame, quarrelled with Mr. Cleveland over irixKxr t.oriSYIlXK.MK.Ml'III.N.VU'KMint And shines o'er others like the sun, tno manipulation of tho hkuis unW.IX.T&YSil WML Hartford, Kentuoky. ceasingly grows toward perfection. the selection of a new Pension Agent 'Mid moon and niro.N itMJi:,iini m:vv om.i:.v.vr, stars George Washtin .Wrinplili. serious deat Knoxville. This is a ington. In walking tho lungs (should bo exfection for Mr. Cleveland, as he had panded and tho whole muscular sysThe Quick and Desirable Route TTXI rSI3C3tA."SXZJ, been disposed to count Senator Hartem brought into piny ns far as pos- For the finest and Most Artistic Work, Pretty I.nvc Nlory, TO AND FOM ris, whose influence with the Southern sible. A buoyancy is obtained by this any size or style. Frederica St. i'liceen The prettiest love story ever writ' N'ow Yurl Plilliu'clpliln Dtiltinmro Senators is great, among his friends ten, entitled "The Doomswoman," or means which makes tho exercise- es- 3rdand4ti. 6m37 Vnliinj;ton Norfolk tllil I'olnt pecially beneficial. in the Senate notwithstanding the old "A tale of Spanish-Amqrica- n Itichniniiil llullnlu Cluviiluml love in TnloJii Clilcno Iniltmini(ilU BUTTER KNOWN AS THE quarrel that kept Mr. Harris away high life," starts in the Nashville Tho only voto tho lato Lord TennyMni'lnnntl Lmiiaville from the White House during the Sunday Times Sunday, April 9th, and son gave in tho house of lords is said Sastorn and Northoastorn Points hiiJ McinpliU Yiukiburg Il.itou ltniigc three last years of Mr. Cleveland's will close June 25th. It is full of the to have been in support of tho county New Or.'cmt Mobile Little Kock Mot franchise bill. Ho paired in favor of first term. His quarrel did not in- - prettiest flights of & j Springs an J pelnts In HVst jurcltis standing with the Democratic paragraph being a veritable gem of the deceased wife's sister bill. ico Tna ArKnrini .Misl-ipYNewly Famished. elecSenators, as he was this week - Rates $i 00 per day. - Meals 25c- romance. Read it and you will have I.nniiinnn nnd tho South hik The Literature, of Old Shoea. ted president pro tem of the Senate. experienced all the enobling traits East side I'rederica, bcttteen Main and the River, Owcnsboro, Ky, HOUTIlWTsT. Miss Gray has collected somo inSecretary Gresham is said to be the that can come from true love; teresting literaturo on tho subject of The Leadiog Tho III o is thoroughly r(iutpMd nnd In MRS. C1IAS. nOBY.MllS.C. K. WJLLLVGIMM.Props. only member of the Cabinet opposed miss it nnd j ou have missed the op- old Bhoes for tho uso of students. It condition, and provide" nn oxccl- to allowing Republicans in the diplo- portunity of your life. The story includes somo quaint advertisements lent arrangement in tltno nnd tliroui;!. curs Pictures In Every St7le and Size, matic and consular service to hold will be profusely illustrated, so that clipped from old newspapers in the it:: iiinpki'-i- alllni-m- . A rKATL'ltB It nnd convenience VItrnitii'n Iron Old Pictures Copied and Enlarged their positions until their terms ex- the reader may have n face to face first part of tho present contury nnd riiyslti.UH K'i'oiiiiiieiM It. secured by the Limited Kxpres Trains. JoaK-rtoward tho end of tho last by Mr. A SPECIALTY. Livp It f 0 i r liotllc. Genulno Alt pire. N lomrlinllj tnatcdli) mi nuimt of O.VI.Y a nioiit'4 t.tuK betttton LouUvllle He is reported to have said at view of the characters who figure in bus trmlu mark un-- rru .nl rt.lllin.son u raivr Henry M. Brooks of Salom, tho schol108V Main Street. n piitnlloii. Iltnftifii. t radicated and rnilril and Mcmtiliii, hi.i1 tho bet nnd quickest n cabinet meeting when the matter the great Society Romance. arly antiquarian and secretary of the ."7mC" curt d, i rromJii t jo jruuV nimidliiK, aflcr all OWENMOJtO, KY service between tl.o two cltleuv"irollircl. I was under consideration: "If I am The Sunday Times is an Eight Essex instituto. Mr. Brooks lias also olli r tro itiiicntf lmt- l,iih-.li it ait: i. ..it Ilortln difficult TlcI,et,'riini-Tilil- M and all KP dbcstlo'M aud IxriMclicd nnd I lie caiio rrinow-d- , fully rxplalnrd VVitikt.u.1, Malaria, allowed to have my way there will Page Illustrated, Literary Weeklyand made for tho purposo a number of lion rectireil by appltiiiK t J. Il.'lli'liiimr iiinu3uoii.-iihko lniirculiir-,illliiini.or .iKfiiliil nlllilat.ta mid t tluioiiiln of not be a Republican in either the con- the Golden Moments, a Ki.page illus- notes from "Felt's Annals." iif riiTi. 8. WEEKLY It cures q '.c' If. Fur ;lo b all dealcn h curcn from piominviil ppoplB nnlloil lift, Among tho information thus given I,3,Ljici, h: h::, hrlXnlmh Kr. - tn kuiuum. sular or diplomatic service in three trated Monthly, will be sent to any Hi ly Itll. A. FO.MAI.VK, Tiieoma Wath. vncdicln? 1 BTiMTir'sa-rJ- vi n. ir,?iafTfiai!32aai mouths. I believe in turning the last address 12 months on receipt oi $1, wo find that tho highest price of Bhoes in 1C70 was 5 shillings, one of them out at the earliest possi- Don't miss the opportunity. Address men's for thoso of women 3s. Sd. In 1C7S a ble moment." To the credit oi the Tun Sunday Times, Nashville, Tcnn. committco of Boston, considering IIEN'UY WATTERSON, Editor. President be it said, the turn-cothat peoplo in low circumstances "A Truly American Joiiriiul." Secretary will not be allowed to have Best Democratic Paper Pub. "will wear no other boots or shoes Ni;W YORK SU.N generally but of tho newest fashion his way. 1,00 a year. The tribune announced that "by ac- nnd highest prico," proposed that a The Administration seems to have ' law bo passed that no shoemakers imflBiiiQilJj been made ashamed of itself by many tual count the bonaflde ciculatiou of should sell to any inhabitants shoes of Xew York Weekly Tribune, all i i of the stories which its mysterious ac- The 11 or 12 sizes abovo G shillings n pnir, tions on the Hawaiian matter gave paid up subscriptions for one year, and so in proportion nstoothorsizes. Best condensed news, Boston Herald. currency to, and this week an off- was on January 16 last 173,000 copies Host stories, icial statement is given on the per week." out Uuilcmonitratlvo Aincrlcuin. That is a very great circulation, and Bo1)! miscellany, s ubject. This statement says that How many American boys over 13 Blount was sent to Ha- The Tribune is justified in publishing kiss their parents? They've- outBest w onion's pae, amount as an interesting piece of grown bucIi "soft" waii to investigate the charge of in- the demonstrations, Beat children's department, information. It is not necessary for and all becauso thoy havo not been stigating the revolution which has our neighbor to make affidavit to the held to tho pretty custom. Best unsworn to .correspondbeen made against the U. S. MinisAnyhow wo Americans nro ter Stevens, and also to investigate fact. Its simple statement is enough. ously imdomonstrativo among curients departments, ourthe general financial and commercial If the word of a newspaper as to such selves. I havo seen men brothers-part- ing Best oditorials. condition of the country. It is also a matter is not entitled to belief, its who wero thrilled by the stated that minister Stevens is not to oath also is worthless and carries no strongest motives townrd each other, ft gives away a valunble promitnn The mere and somehow thoy seemed as helpto be removed until after Mr. Blount weight with the public. overy day for tho largest club circumstance that the publisher of a less as dumb animals in expressing it. report, if at all. has made his received, Sample copies of the newspaper feels it requisite to have Each know how tho other felt, of y n ivt " courso, but only becauso ho know , will rTitt y Weekly Courier-Journ- al S3-Wrntlell l(illll'n Nouibern Nloly. some oi his servants svveartothetruth statements of its circulation, is what ho felt liinibclf. Ho couldn't bo sent frco to any address. Here is a story from Phillips says of his do anything, he couldn't say anyThat most eloquent n confession that the paper has the thing, becauso ho was a man and an Yrito to COURIER-JOURNA- L the Forum: of all Southerners, as I think. Mr. reputation of lying; nnd everybody Anglo-Saxon- . Washington Post. CO., Louisville, Ky. Sargent S. 1'rentlss, of Mississippi, knows it is ns easy to lie under oath We are manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal directly with Couldn't Spare Ulin. A man was addressing 4,000 people in his as to lie without an oath. the consumer, thus saving him the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices are reasMrs. Withorby la it necessary, State, defending the Tariff, and in the who can't get people to believe his dear, for you to attend tho directors' Respectfully, nnd the onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. THE UKPUJU.10AN course of an eloquent period which word, has the same difficulty in get- mooting ns often as once- a week? rose to a beautiful climax, lie painted ting them to believe his oath. WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L Mr. Withorby Yes, darling; they the thrift, the energy, the comfort, The Tribune is a square Republican might got along without somo of tho will bo font ono vear to nny address the wealth, the civilization of the paper, and it owes its great success to othors, but I havo such a good finan- nr81.7f. Addrtw Tlio RUPUil-LIOA- N, north, in glowing colors; when titer that fact. Never lieforc in its history cial bead that I have to act as banker. ) v j i j boro, Ky. Hartford, Ky. Clothier and Furrdsher. d rose in the vision of the assembly, in open air, a horseman of magnificent proportions, nnd just at the moment of hushed attention, when the voice of Prentiss had ceased and the applause was about to break forth, the horseman exclaimed, "d the north!" The curse was so much in unison with the habitual feelings of a Mississippi audience that it quenched their enthusiam, and nothing but respect for the speaker kept them from cheerPrentiss turned ing the horseman. upon his lame foot and said: "Major Moody, will you rein in your horse a minute?" He assented. The orator went on: "Major the horse on which you ride came from upper Missoruri; the saddle that surmounts him came fiom Trenton N.J. ; the hat on your head came from Danburry Conn. ; the boots on your feet came from I.ynn, Mass.; the linen in your shirt is Irish, and Boston made it up; your coat is of Lowell manufacture, and was cut you in New York; and if should surrender what you owe the d north, you would sit stark nato-da- y according to the general impression in the newspaper world, was it more prosperous tlnn it is nt the present time. The people know where to find it, nnd if they want straight out Republican doctrine they go to its pages. It is not ashamed of the faith that is in it. It is not parisaical, and it is without a trace of the humbug of Mugwumpery. Most of its political principles ate objectionable to us, but we honor the courage with which it defends them, and, most of all, we its distinctively American tone nnd character. It docs not imitate the Mugwump journals in taking n brief from England and "arguing against the American side in all inlet national questions. The Tribune is nn American paper, edited by an American in the American spirit. It docs not blush for its flag. It does not pieM'iit a snobbish foieigu adventurer's hatred of the institutions and social comli- tions under which she has thriven,! but expresses the true American pride of country, now stronger and deeper among this people than ever before in the history of the republic. The Tribune is politically out of sympathy with the great mass of the citiens of New York and its neighborhood. It is the leading organ of a patty which is now mote in nniinor-it- y than it has been at nny time before during a generation past: but its truly American spirit commands the respect of all parties. Therein it is thoroughly in sympathy with the public, and nt this period that characteristic serves to give it distinction in New York. Hence we rejoice to know of the prosperity of The Tribune, nnd we are not at all surprised bv it. The Tribune and Hnttford Rurt'ii-i.ica- n both one j ear for ?t 25. np-nla- 1 mmm. JLBfcii&LdJi Jsuajj&a Are vou r.:l rundown.'" Scott s Emul a UK M M K i W Li HH rf fi I i J&iHIfelE32E ,r o sVcjaK Af - ' A1J WV s" ' . I H . THAT M"1' . 1 ..V ""j -- v rs of. Pure Norve'Mn and Hypophosphitcs cf you and and put good Liver Oil and Soda on you t'xr r .. &r kittw". P ?i rs A y aJ 0 .&& LAIRETTE n. Mii-'lil(Ji-'- n -- 5S3SS2 NNCT v. ,vMl v " . 4m "iJ?" - '.. 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