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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF IRE PARTY IN .THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, TERK8- -,,.. to Annum, In Ahuii, year for $1.25, cash. Subscribe now. VOL. V. "RATTLESNAKE BILL." HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1893. l.rnp from n NO. 36. zine, for only 83.00. The Republican and the Cosmopolitan, a leading maga- ONE DOLLAR A lliii-pllin- f EVERY HOUR fa IiiPlmlril 1'rrrliiK'i' ?IH HIkIi. CIIICAKU Tltlllt'SK. !'' ii riully riirnvil by liny one uf tllliir K x In any take away nny ol the glory Cieii. I'ltt-mn- ii part uf the country, who I) willing to wurK liulu. trluiiilv at the ointiliiviiiiiit MlllCII Ml' fumlili. acquired by his famous ride in ntul von run no ihi labor Ii light ami rllK whatever. Wnllt you out ciiiiij.litr.so I lint Revolutionary days." wild C. I. yon mil gtictlie (unities, n Irlul without expriuo to yourself, Kurllio'u wllllugtoilon Utile wurk, Chandler, of Colorado, at the (irand tlt li the crnndcU offer inwlc. Vnu enii work- I BlMur, or In thu evening only. It lire cmPacific recently, "hut I was nn eyeplu)cd, uml hntcn few spare houri nt our till' ' witness of a ride out in Colorado that puai, Millie mem. Him mm in )our income. our limine will not Inlirfrrr nt nil. You will li numti'il mi the start nt llii' riMlty ami ate was a whole lot nioic daring than that hy which you ninmi dollar iihiii iloll.ir.ilny In and nnd the rider lieplnncra uri' ums.ful from tho of the brave l'utnmn, iltyout. Kvi n flrt hour. Any one run run the huiliiesi none was not inspired by pursuing foes. It full. You thuiiM try imili'iiff ile until you lee for yourself vthiit )il eau ilo nt the business was all done on a wager between two which w. oin r. o capital rl'kfil. Wnmcu .re grand workers! nniniu) they mnVe m much fellows ol a reckless type found only I hey should tn till t torn. hii'lnc's, as It I so From Union will adnplcd intliciii. Wille nt niircnnd see for in the uncombed West. "I do not want nt tliis lute tlay to )u )oumir. Address II. IIAl.tXIl .V to., lint m, i'i rllmiil, Mo. W.L. rjOURlnsahooaatoaoldeTeryirhaia. EToiybody Vbould wear them. It fa a doty you omo youolt to cat Uio boat valoa tor yourmonoy. IJconomfrelnyour footwear br putoba.log W. L. DotlglnsShOOB.wbloh tepreaent tbo beat value) at tbo pilcoa abort., as tbc.uian.ls oaa tr.aUly. iJTAko N K'lustltulo. .Cr W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE noTVtp. (or prtoa. tn Boat Cult Shoo tba world tba Ilrnrrnrfmuil. NutiecenulnowllhoutW.T,. name ami pilco stamped ou Lottviu. Look r It when you buy, W. I,, lluuglur, Ilrochton, Rim. Sold b L. V. W(KIIM:I, Hartford, Ky. es BUY THE o XlGHT fyJNNIMG utvmuS laMT nwuunuwv (MIL . nucsrn mi 6'zsK.mw' host .tttST-.'.- ; AIIAUtaUJU.I to ,iif "B(iEjikuwusc, -- flrM uuriiBJBoJnfni. fW0UnOLC' "-'- ' THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST. SonU TEN cent to 90 Union Cr., N. V., for our prlio enme, "Blind Liic'i," nnd win n Hew Homo Sewing Machine. TlioNowHomoSowingMachinoCo. . -- ORANCE, MAS8. Xg28U110H SQUM&Hy.frT.... ".low." FOR SALE BY iu.v r i li 1 atMJ . ni'nwctIwmm rKi'Jk'alaMgHTiirj i ;j, 7hocrlaK Congb, Bronchltia ard Anhma. A cur. Tor Coniumptlon la (Uat aUfea, anu a aur. relief la adrancid ataria. Ua. at onca. Yoti will cictlUnt tScct tft'r taklnr til. Crit deta. ' Bold by dtalira artrywhori. Zx:it t:'.ati60ceaU and $1,00. :rt-l- It Circa Coldi.Couihi.SortTlreaLCroun.Inf'ue. ath. on n QcixtiT.. MM11QV1UTT. If lllllflUl WHITE'S CREAM t VERM1EME jfl8 ind all Worm Remedies. EVERY OR 20 YEARfi I,,,,,",,,! 4 CO.. BOHIE GUARMITEFJ). BT.Un & IJws I HI Solentlfio American Agcnoy forjA ITlTifi Sii CAVEAT9. TRADE' MARKS. DESIGN PATENT8, COPYRIGHTS, etcJ a to For Information, and f rco Handbook writVuiiir. MlIN X I.U. OUl IIUUAliltAlt Oldeat liurenil fnr aneurlnir patent. In nionco. Urr rntent taken out hr u. la brnurht before Uio publlo by a uollco given f reo of charga In the LMtr IfiffOP tarreatclrrulntlon of any aclentltlo paper In the No BploiwlUllr world. Intetlliront llluafrateil. man ahoiild bo without It, WocKlr. rj.'I.OO rear I (Loualx niontha. Ailflnwa JllINN A CO, liroodwuy, Hom York City. i'u woutin, Stll ft' Mill. Ultra linllKoallix;, UUlouiiitwi, f)tpala, phril-claCcnoml rta,Noromu, indAUdcaKn ivwllty.Oenulno mil It. recommcTal It. tkaatrado ivm'i uad croticd ted Hum on wrapper. BUOWN'S IRON BITTERS Dump to random Mill, near Tullu-ridCol., in the great Marshal Hasln. and not iar from the beautiful llritl.il Veil Falls, is a distance of something over two miles. The dump is so far nlwve the mill that there is a drop of 3,000 feet in the trail that leads down from it. The trail Is a hard one. and to accomplish a journey from the dump to the mill was the work of an hour. The ore from the mine was carried to the mill on burros, thittyor forty of the little 'elevators' usually A fellow being ltd down at a time. 'Rattlesnake who termed himself Hill, the Terror of Dakota,' was one of nround the the boss camp. lie was a great blowhard, but what'he boasted of more than anything else he owned on earth was a The cow pony named 'Get There.' trail Irom the Union Dump to random was easier of travel for men than for brutes, but Hill always swore that lie ami 'Get There could cover the distance faster than any man in the mountains. He offered to bet on the proposition, aud finally found a sceptic in the person of one 'Lanky' Johnson, who owned a saloon aud a pair of legs which were his pride. 1 le was considered the best mountain climber in the State. Well, 'Lanky' aud Hill came to terms for a race, Hill wagering his slimmer wages, his burros, hiscabin and fixtures, and everything else he could beg or borrow that he could ride his j)ony from the dump to l'andara in shoiter time than 'Lanky could go the same distance afoot. He even robbed his own trunk and bet the clothes he wore ou the proposition. 'Lanky met him and put up coin against the collateral, the stake all told being almost a couple of thousand dollars. "The day for the trial came. The miners in the Hasiu nil threw down their tools, business was suspended in Tulluride, aud everybody turned out The to see the .sport. turned their boxes, and even the Hri-dVeil was lifted.they say out there, that the falls might sec the sport. "It was a perfect day away up there in the mountains when Hill, mounted on 'Get There,' and 'Lanky' Johnson went to the post for the big trial. The miners 1et furiously, at least $15,000 changing hands. 'Lanky was a hot favorite. The miners knew the trail well. They knew, or believed, a man could move over it as fast as a horse a and that he could take 'cuf-oflruler would not dare to attempt. Hut they knew nothing of the recklessness in Hill's heart as 'Get There' bounded away at n furious pace.goad-c- d by a blacksnake in the hands of one of Hill's friends. "Halfway down the traveling was good for the horse, but Lanky's hopes e trail were based on 'zig-zat that led down the side of a precipice. The horse led to that point where 'Junky's backers expected to At see him move up with a spuit. the side of the regular trail was a 'draw' leading to the foot of the precipice. The footing was of slide rock, dangerous to man or brute. Another friend of Hill's stood at theedgc of the precipice with a whip. As horse and rider neared him, Hill turned 'Get There's' head to the 'draw, nnd the friend whipped the horse, which jumped right ou the loose earth and stone of the draw and was carried down with it to the bottom in a twinkle. The feat was practically nothing more than a drop of 700 feet, as the draw was almost perpendicular. Out of the dust at the base of the precipice horse nnd rider came unharmed, resumed the trail nnd dashed on furiously. 'Lanky' then gave up the race, but Hill didn't know it nnd kept on his wild ride. A Hanging Rock, precipice where another forty-foo- t was in front of him, he did not turn for the trail, but sent his pony flying Then he into the timber below. drove through the timber to the mill. No trail had ever been made there aud how he managed to get through no man ever knew. "The time? Well, sir, he went to the mill from the dump in eight minutes and forty eight seconds. Steam engines make the same trip now nnd people think they arc going at a lively gait if they make it half an hour. "When Hill reached the mill he had to be helped off his horse. He hadn't a bit of nerve left. He gathered in in his stake nnd sold out, and left e, burro-punchefaro-dealeal s' foot-wid7oo-foo- Maujr Persons iro hrolicn cbiwn'fiom otcrwotkot lioiutlioW carci lJ'0Vll'H Iron Utttcrft ' rebuild! tha iytte.ni, alil dlk'eitloii, rorortroa cu of bllo. aud ram wularU Ot tlio gcniUne. The month's passed away, but he Publlo liomj came not again, The Rumscller noted with pain; And seeking him out, with his hospitable air, :m: Zj. laroaTrrin., He begged his "old friend" to explain. ATTORNEY AT LAW, "You want me to visit again your saloon, And ask why I linger aloof? MlCNON. gaging face. Will practlcehl. profession In all tha Court, el With thanks for your kindness alOhio and adjoining counties, and In the Court of "You are a nun William Clay," low me to say, nrnrnroH Cannot be Cured Appeal.. Special attention siren to collection. he said, as the twohurlcd theconteuts by local applications, as they cannot Because I am shingling my roof-- " Office, over Williams, Bell 4 Co", drugstore. open reach of a great water cask down the the diseased portions of the CHORUS. hatch. "If we ever escape, the com- ear. There is only one way to cure Ye men who are shingling the pany shall know they have got a man Deafness, and that is by constitutionRumseller's roof in their employment. If we don't it al remedies. Deafnes is caused by an f. By robbing yourselves and your own, is all the same. Have you seen my inflamed condition of the mucous Remember the winter of life draw-et- h . Tlii Whliky. Iliiilncaa. nigh, lining of the Eustachian tube. When Please allow daughter?" KiHTOit Ri.i'i'M.iCAX. "I sent her aft just now, and fold this tube becomes inflamed you have And soon the summer will have flown. your paper for a few me space in 'Twill little avail in the day of her that I would save her or lose my a rumbling sound or imperfect hearwouls on the whisky question. Thcie God's wrath, 2d life. And I'll do it, too, because I love ing, and when it is entirely closed To offer high heaven the proof will be .1 vote in Haitford on the her." That your house is now desolate, deafness is the result, and unless the day of May to see whether or not there only because, "Love her! You?" deafness can be taken out and this rs'sisi shall be saloons opened for the pur"Just now you said I was a man," tube restored to its normal condition, You've shingled some Rumseller's pose of selling whisky. We have had roof. said Will, quietly. "Lay hold on hearing will be destroyed forever; Prohibition in the county for 6 years CHORUS. that cask, you! What are you shrink- nine cases out often are caused by caand we see there has been less drunkAnd woe to the man with the Rumpeople ing for? Can't we work and talk, tarrh, which is nothing but an inflani- enness and more OFFICE OVER RED FRONT seller's heart, too?" cd condition of the mucous surfaces. Who covers himself at the cost in the county in that time than there A strange smile came over the face We will give one hundred dollars Of manhood and womanhood, marhave been for 30 years previous to Is prepared to do all kinds ot of the old merchant, and they hurled for any case of deafness, caused by red and despoiled, Prohibition. the cask into the water and assisted catarrh, that cannot "be cured by Whose gain is what others have lost. Dental work at reasonable prices. Some persons say that we had betIn the day when his house shall the men working at the fall and rais- Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cirter have saloons than blind tigers. I fall on himself, ing it. ' culars, free. do not know anything about the The weight of his sins shall have "Don't think I am a fool, Mr. F. J. CHEENEY & Co. Toledo. O. proof, blind tigers, as they do not bother AT Vance,' said Will. "If I lived a When the lost whom he ruined, shall Sold by all druggists, 75c. me. nor I them, and if we had saloons crush him and cry, I would not visit them, but at ihe thousand years and saw her every "We shingled the Rumseller' roof." In Memory ol my Molber. day, I wouldn't tell her as much as I same lime there ate hundreds of perWhen spring with lovely flowers told you. And what's more, sons who would visit them. Hartford have The Flrat Federal Mhot. come, , you wouldn't have heard me say it NAST'S WKEKI.Y. has been a more quiet town since the And clothe the earth in green; aWiv V a 13 come out before I Fair nature looks so beautiful, saloons were closed than it was when then ifithnd not While something of a contention A So lovely and serene. there was whisky sold in the place. thought." has been raised us to who fired the Mr. Vance said not a word, and disloyal gun on Fort Sumpter, would Then why do you wish to license the Then come the monster, death, VeAWCXfUaH.'a'aJaYV They worked And stole our mother away, I whisky traffic? I do not know that Mr. Clay was silent. 1 it not be well to give due recogniT9 PLEASANT aVartrak She laid her hands across herbreast, tion to the late Gen. Abner" Double-daare any hard to save the steamer, but the people of our county-sea- t the in flames gained ou them inch by inch Just one year ago who first returned the disloyal worse than any other county-sea- t are are many aud drove them aft. Our mother, fair and beautiful, Kentucky, for there shot? To him this honor belongs, THE, NEXT MORNINQ l?JL BRIGHT AND "Give it up Captain," whispered She was our darling pride good people in Hartford and some of we believe, and had General Double-da- y NEW AND MY C0MPLDC0N 13 fJLfTER. n The pet of home and loved ones, lly doctor acta c.aUr oa Iho Will. "Get out the boats and accomplished nothing else that and kliluea.aaj. It a pleuaut lautlre. atomarh. hi.r them ate my best friends. It is not and la TUL ililnk I. Grew ill, and then she died. them. Take time for all you war, mad. from orrba, aud la prepared for UMMciaU a. this question is was valeint and noble during the the town alone that We stood aud watched her dying, that act alone entitles him to a seat being agitated; it is for the country want, and wc will fight the fire." The sailors worked with a will till With not one word to say, I.no a package. If All oraniat...intatKie.and The claim among the immortals. mound that we should look niter, It was a sad, sad hour for us, 'irtuaitmi made and disputed been has also. When the saloons are opened they saw the boats drawn up and the One year ago passengers taking places in them. that Maj. W. M. Gibbs, of South in Hartford then you ask the people idol of our hearts, Sweet was the man who fired the first living in the country to come to town Then they sprang toward them; but We miss mother, and then, you now each Gen. Beauand help to make a hell in earnest, Will met them with a pistol in But hope to see your face and form, shot on Fort Sumpter. regard authoritatively asserts that to And hear your voice again. by drinking poisonous dmgs, sold by hand. "Stand back, there!" he cried. I hope and trust belongs that the saloon-keepeWe know you live where there is Capt. George S. James known that questionable credit. It is that the people will vote against the "Do you call yourselves men? Do no death; Gen. Rotrer A. Pryor, now a distin sale of liquor and so keep the- - demon you want to swamp the boats and And all who go there stay, For an angel came and took you guished New York judge", declined away. Some persons say we had bet spoil our only chance?" home, "Get out of the way!" hissed a the privilege of firing the first gun on ter have the saloons than the blind handle the gigantic Swede, raising his heavy Just one year ago tigers. If the law would Sumpter, on the ground that his just one year ago, blind tiger a few times and punish hand. "Out of the way, or I will State Virginia had not yet seceed-ed- . Our eyes with tear drops filled This fact has been confirmed by him according to law, the tiger would crush you at a single blow!" We miss you mother, but; A pistol cracked, and the man fell eyes and see wherein soon open his God knows we fondly love you still. Gen. Pryor himself. But Gen. Doubleday, whose remains - jaWanSfeK his money was going, and try to back, shot through the shoulder. t ' CIS Though we should live 'till we von SAI r BY AklmtO if inula. were laid at rest in the National Cemmake money in a more honorable The crowd recoiled before this detergrow old, etery at Arlington last week, was beway than by selling poisoned whisky. mined voune man. for even in an And God takes us away; Sweet mother we never can forget, yond, question the man who fired the The ladies ol your town need pro- hour like this men fear sudden death. H. A.L0ZED3R&C0., "Keep back, I say!" repeated the One year ago first shot in defense of the Union. tecting, then why open up one or Wholesale Dealers, laS. D. M. Such heroes as he do not require a more saloons in your midst to have young mate. "Pass along these CLEVELAND, O. storied urn or animated burst to peryour wives, mothers, sisters nnd dies first, they go in the first boat." 340 Superior tit. What alia Your The order was promptly obeyed and daughters insulted by some drunken you have sudden darting pains petuate their deathless fame. If wretch who will insult the ladies in then six of the crew, called out by in the joints or muscles, and it recurs some way as they pass along the name, went into the boats and pulled every time you get cold, and appears ' 'Hilda, ' ' a charming story by "Mar-go,- " streets?- - You may say that you have a away from the gangway, uuder the in new places without leaving any of is a feature of the April numaflaw to protect anyone fiom being in- command of the first mate. Boat the old ones, the best thing to do is to ber of Fetter's Southern Magazine, sulted. Yes we have such laws, but ter boat pulled up to the gangway, re- send to the Druuimond Medicine Co., Fetter & Shober publishers, Iouis-villceived its load and pulled away. There 48.50, Maiden Lane New York, for a if the sawhat use are they Ky. The scenes are laid among was no more rushing for there was bottleof Daummond's Lightning Remloons arc opened up in our midst. the mountains near Chattanooga, death in the eyes of the young mate edy for Rheumatism C. L. MiM.rjK. It will cure Tenn. ,and deal with the love of simple o a and Captain, who had taken his place you. Be wise in time and do not be mountain girl whose innocent .fancy ct:.THAi MK'tfVi:. by his side. If you for a tourist nearly wrecks the lives CURES H0TH1HS BUT PILES. fooled by something else. March 28. A Sunday school was "My daughter is not in the boats have the above symptoms, you have of herself and lover. This story Is organized nt this place last Sunday young man!" said Arthur Vance, CURB got the Rheumatism, and if the drug- told in a quaint, pathetic style, and A SUM and CERTAIN BE3T evening with L. D. Loney ns Superin-tendan- tj hoarsely. known forlSyoars autho he will say accompanied by beautiful illustrations gist tells you the truth REMEDY Andrew Williams, Assistant "Miss Vance," said Will, "you can frrrf'l'MH'''"ll',r"ottl'l'tu-'IIT.MCI' Dr. Drummond's Lightning Remedy from the brush of Alice Sherrard. Superintendant; Oscar Bishop, Secre- come now." "My Two Cousins,"' from the is the only known cure. Agents Parks, Treasurer. tary and Milton label, who had been standing apart French of Rene de Maricourt, is a Misses Mabel Ried and Mattie Her- hurried forward. Mr. Vance stepped wanted. strange story told in, this popular ald, Rockport, are guests nt Mr. into the boat nnd the last of the crew What Would Yoh Do author's inimitable styles nnd is illusweek. Klijah Miller this Then a panic seemed to followed. If assured by scientific men that the trated with unique drawing, from the W. C. Wallace, wife nnd Miss Ella seize them and they pushed off leavworld would come to an end within pen of Mr. Carolus Brenner. Woodward attended the wedding ing the Captain and mate upon the the next twelve weeks? The long of Monnie Barnard and Miss Ina Wal- doomed Eteamer, as long tongues leap- promised novel of Camille Flamma-riolace nt No Creek the twenty-seconFITS. All fits stopped free by Dr. ObtaliMd, and all VAltibt bLMMux hi ed out toward the boat. "Omega: The Lost Days of the ?. Out oaV.u Mo Mrs. Henry Taylor is sick. Worth thrilling in- Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. No oppo.it. lbforI)MOIIKRATKoffice, ami w the camp." b. "Stop!" cried Mr. Vance. "You World," proves to be of aiai tain rateiMaui ivm tmio than J"'" ""'''.'i0,'" Tichenor has a bone fellon on his WAHIIIHOIOS. ."ml HOOt.l.. have left he Captain and Mr. Clay!" terest. It is the conception of one of fits after first day's use. Marvelous HIUTH of'Kiwntinii Wt.adtlw l l,icii I'roti'cllon, nut OrttimUmloii, Keep hand. Loiihna. Americtui Wimca Aliovo Hiiro- nt him fiercely, but the world's most distinguished as- cures. Treatise and $a.oo trial bottle atihly fii of th.iite l wa mo AO CIIAmib The men looked in- ll Icnn. F01 ciiciinir. ndYico. tcri.w apd i.fer.iiMI lo the steady eye of the old man awed tronomers, worked out within the iree to Fit cases. Send to Dr. Kline, For Sale, -- The Irish World says: While attiati rnciiia in ,uioith r,,p. Two marca and colts. Terms most them, and the two were helped into bounds of scientific possibility. compromise themselves in the position Arch St., Phila., Pa. For sale by lii.Hi mow iw Captain supported by educatimr the reader in the most 931 Ovpota talon f'tfirr. ToMiamloa), t) 0 they now take regarding labor.organ- - reasonable. Call on or nddrcae, Z. the boat, the 36 xy call on yours. etc Bro. Hartford, the strong ami of his gallant mate. modem phase of science.it is as full of all druggists; izatlons. for if the organizations of Wayne Grifiin to-da. .- labor were the only cause of higher wages rcceiveJ by our working men, ntnl these organizations nrc based on the principle of restricting competition, the argument necessarily follows that, as Protective duties restrict competition between home and foreign labor, the higher wages paid to labor in this country arc wholly due to the Tariff. Again, it must be borne in mill I that trades unions and labor ore ganizations existed in Fnglaud long before they did in this the working men country, and organized of Ivngland arc better than are the wotkitigmen of the United Stntes. Why, then, is it that labor organizations have not enabled the workingmen of Unglaud to raise the standard of wages to the same level as exists in this country? To show that the Tariff has much to do, if not all, with the difference in wages paid in this country and ling-lan- d let me illustrate. In i85o the highest wages paid for puddling in F.nglaud were 13 shillings per ton, equal to nbout $3.25 of our money. In the United States, in Pittsburg, the highest wages paid in i860 were $3 50 per ton for puddling, a difference of about 25 cents per ton. Free Trade practically existed in this country at that time. At present the highest wages paid in Fnglaud for puddling are 7 shillings and 6 pence, or $1.80 per ton. In this country, at Pittsburgh, the wages paid for puddling are $5.50 per ton. Thus puddling, with organized labor nnd Protection, has advanced from $3 50 to $5.50 per ton in this country, while in Fugland with Free Trade and organized labor, puddling goes down from 13 shillings to 7 shillintrs and o pence per ton. This fact does not apply to puddling . .... . ..I1. niOllC, 1)111 IO evti mMiuiivui uuiti .tn.inrltnn.il manufacture ofiton. of labor in the Tonnage wages in some instances have incrcascdju this country to as much as 70 per cent, aud daily earnings in some cases to 580 per cent. Common day labor shows the smallest increase, being 75 cents per day in thy at present. i860 and $1.35 Free-Trady l-r The boats pulled away together, while A SAILOR'S LOVE. the column of flame shot into the air announced the fate of the Gray Eagle. RKVK11.T.K. They reached the islands safely after He loved her, but he had no hope. a week had passed. There is a young man who sails a He, only a sailor on the Gray Uagle, bteamcr from London to Alexandria Mabel Vance, the beauand she was whose name is Will Clay, and he is tiful daughter of a millionaire. He was standing on rhc deck in a married. The name of his wife is somber mood when the wheelman Mabel, for Arthur Vance, having "found n man," knew how to make called out: you smell smoke? him all his own. "Mr. Clay, don't at They arc burning rosin in thegalley." ROHI.VK. Will Clay started and crossed the Mar. 27. Hon. E. D. Guffy, Hartford, is visiting his mother-in-ladeck to the Captain. "Something is wrong," he whisMrs. E. B. Allen, of this place. pered. "Don't you smell rosin?" Mrs. J. W. Ragland is very ill of The old sea Captain suppressed a la grippe. Miss Annie L. Allen has accepted cry of horror. The forchold was filled with rosin in boxes and casks, nnd a position ns Governess in the family of Mrs. G. L. Brady, of Horse Branch. a fire would be fatal. Our worthy landlord, R. R. Wed"Go," said the Cpatain, "and in- ding, of the Wedding House, contemvestigatel How are the boats?" plates moving to Beaver Dam. We "All right sir." Will ran forward and opened the very much regret to lose his family, shuttle of the forehoid. Black smoke but wish him much success. Mrs. J. W. Tabor left rolled up; then jets of flame shot for through the planks. The fire could Beaver Dam, where she will be the guest of Mrs. Carrie Carter. be kept a secret no longer. U. G. Ragland returned from LouisThe women fainted, strong men trembled, and some ran wildly about ville Tuesday, where he had been to the decks. Mabel Vance) utterly be- purchase his spring stock of goods. Miss Agnes Childs, of Hickory wildered by the sudden horror, felt a strong hand clutch her arm, and saw Hill, was'in town Will Clay, blackened by smoke and Dr.J. L. Liles returned from Louisville the 12th, with his diploma all singed by fire. "Go aft!" he cried. "Stand on the secure. Miss Ida Ragland will leave Wedport quarter and wait for me. I will Obey me, nesday for a few days visit to friends save you or die trying. in Olaton. girl!" C. B. B. Felix, agent for Reitz & She looked at him in muto wonder Co., Evansville, was in town and obeyed him Jn silence. Quite a number of our young people He sprang away and began to fight, the fire as best he could, aided by the are anticipating spending Easter officers and the crew and some few of at Hunter's Cave, about a mile south the passengers who kept their heads, of this place. Coloring eggs will be among these was Arthur Vance, a the amusement of the day and a pleashandsome old gentleman with an en- ant time is anticipated by all. to-da- y to-da- m i ' interesting surprises ns the Arabian PROFESSIONAL CARD. Nights Entertainment. The most Ed-wi- n IRo-interesting part of this wonderful ATTORNEY AT LAW, novel is found in his description of the trepidation and expectation into HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY. which the people of the world are thrown. Imagine the condition of 1.1. i. wtDDtsa. m.a.aLtK. i the stock exchange with a fact of such 6s "Wed.di.n.E'-3aC'mwyer-si import staring them in the face. The opening chapters will be found in the HARTFORD, KY. April number of The Cosmopolitan (Olllee, over Anderson', ilatnnr.) Will pritctlpo their prof.iMlonliialltheeourta o ' magazine. Ohm Ami nillnlntnif -- nithtln. nn.l nnitrl nt I dnii.l. Probably no novel has ever been Special Attention giten to enininal Iiritetieu and v2nWly collection!. presented in an American niagizinc .awith such illustrations ns accompany Flammarion's "Omega," which commences in the April Cosmopolitian. In the list of illustrations are to be HARTFORD, KY. found the names of Jean Paul Laurens Will practice hl.profeaeion In Ohio andadjola. Rochcgrosse, Chovin,Vogel. O. Saun-ic- r, Ingcountiea, and the coutt of Appeal., bpecia attention ftiren to collection!. Gcradiu nnd Mcaulle. Office north aula public aquare. TtTly J. - a-lor.i- Attorney at Law, James ..Sraltli, NblfiKllnff Ihe Romaeller'a Root. SRtECTED BY MKS. II. S. MCKINNKV. ai. One night a poor wretch in a wayside inn. Who lingered half drunken about, Heard the voice of the Rumseller's wife, as she said: "Go put yonderjlrunken fool out." Rumscller laUghed as he The shrewdly replied In tones that would brook no reproof: "Let him stay, if he will, he's doing no harm; The fellow is shingling our roof." CHORUS. Are you are shingling the Runt- sellers roof." Are you shingling the Rumseller's roof? E. D. OUFFY. B. D. RINQO. GrMffjr 6c RlrLK'o, . Attorneys at Law. Will practice In nil coutla of Ohio And a.ljoming countlea.and In Superior Court and Court of Ap- peals. Collection, and all legal buslneas attended to. Olllee, No. 3WE. Market atHartford,KT. Perry Westerfild AIIORNE? AT LAW, While your own house decays, are you spending your days, In shingling the Rumsellers roof? Attorney at Law, (Offlce In Crowder Building-.Wlllpracticahla profession In all the court, of Ohio and adjoining counties. Alao Notary Zloflalzxe, ZS.3T. Hartford. Ky. i- wmm KEn DENTIST. g vfl & fLKr Sl VrBja-Ma'- y, to-da- Wmim i"0 '? pro-visio- LAHrSHEDICIHE to-da- Car-'olin- a, r. to-da- To-da- Agants Wanted! to-da- m e, BUCKEYELiLE r OINTMENT FGR-Pll.n- ,"M "W :i S&lHilM rtt n, Fiee-Trade- rs i LV 1,1, ;tfiaVtaakajA.' . . . K Last week we Displayed aGreatLine of New Goods, Ready to Meet the Wants of all. The heavy rains and sunshine have revived the farmers and all seem ready to make a dollar as well as save one. This week we offer special inducements to the man or woman that has something to sell as well as something to buy. Every assertion we make must be backed with solid truths, and we feel that if you will allow us we will be your friend in saving you money. and you get close to him. Drop Touch a man's pocket-boo- k a dollar in the same and he thanks you. Save one yourself and thank us for it. Conic and sec our inducements. A hint to the wise is sufficient. Quick Sales, Small Profits, wide-awak- e go-ahea- "WlS AST WEEK Wo invite your special attention to our immense lino of Dresi Goods, just fresli Irom tho markets, already tlicy have Uogiiu to move nicely at Dress Goods, d prices that must please even tho closest trader. in her business. Trimmings and Millinnery, will be looked after by Miss Lizzie B.irnes, who is well posted A stylish Dress and u neat Hat for a small sum of money is economy in the strictest sense, so conic snd make your bill with us. h Our line oi Clothing is complete, with all the things in the market. We feel assured that wo cannot be excelled in Ohio County for low prices We defy compeand good values. tition and only ask that you give us a friendly call before buying elsewhere. Prince Albert suits, Sacqucs and in all colors, for young and middle aged men. Cut-alwa- ys, tm&aKuamsssjszsz&Bm is all wejisk. aoget in your wagons and brin Meat, Lard, Chickens, Eggs, Butter, Wool, Corn, Hay, Etc., and come to see us, CashSystemNoiiisks, Even Exchange of Dollars or Eqauls Will pay highest market prices. Our Car-Loa- d of Top Buggies, Spring Wagons and Carts H l ' ' '' I t ' SHOES. We carry the largest line of Shoes River country, of only the best brands, from the Kangaroo down to the Buff Shoe, at 11.25, all shapes of toe as well as patent leath in the Green Jfma :.'! Our Line is immense. of Hats i er Slippers. Ladies Slippers are out of eight, 2.00, in all the styles. from 75c to We buy these from reliable firms and can give you a better Shoe for the money than the common Shoe dealer. Ladies come in and see our Slippers and Shoes for children. 1 t. J.emeinber our line of Staples is in the reach of nil. Cotton Plush, will be here in a day or too. The goods cannot be excelled in style, and the price will be astonishing for such a rig for so little money. Don't buy until you have seen what we have. This week we sent the older for the secend car of the Celebrated Old's Road Wagons, which will be here in a few days in all sizes from 2 J in. to 3 in., with and without steel skein. Every wnsron warranted by the company. Come and see them. None better. "SSTo-o-r- Cottonnde, Shirting .Sheeting, Ticking, (Vicoe, Ciiiighiuns, Satincs, Linens and Lawns too numerous to mention. W FERTILIZERS. Allow us to remind ou that we are carrying the best Drain! of Raw B me.Deso.ved Doiie,Tnbacco Grower and Fertilizers, forjall crops guarnteed S save iinncy by rending to be as good as any kind sold in Ohio county. or coming yourself. Hartford Republican PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY TAYLOR MORJJUJO. s TrvLly-- , V - JO. B. nOUERM, EJitor n.I Prorrlttor. FRIDAY, APRIL meets in Louisville 11th. 7, 1893. Thk National Republican League May 10th and One of the most important meet ings ever held in the State will be the Road Convention at Bowling Green next Wednesday and Thursday, the sell excursion tickets only to points of junction with our line, which are Junction City and Louisville, and that the N. X. & M. V. Company and Ohio Valley Railway require that application shall be made in advance to their agents by those who desire tickets, and arrangements will be made to furnish them. The Chesapeake & Ohio Railway will not sell through tickets, but will sell return tickets Irom Lexington, New-poand Cincinnati to the holders of certificates showing payment of full fare going, provided thecertificate has been signed by the Secretary of the Yours truly, convention. C. Route will rt trip, on account of the Road Convention, to be held April 12th and 13th. "The exceptions are that the Q&. 12th and 13th. Everyone who can The possibly go, should attend. The Niintlnjr School I'nlon. The good people of Beaver Dam railroads have given reduced rates, County Sunday and there is no reason why Ohio couu-t- y have invited the meet with them, School Unoin to should not be well represented. which invitation has been accepted, and the time for meeting set for May, The Alumni of Hartford College the 6th. We would call the attention of all will hold a Banquet Friday night, lovers of the Sunday School, in Ohio June 2d, at which time a permanent county, to this important matter and organization will bo effected. Hart- urge them to attend. The following is a program: Prayer ford College has students scattered and praise meeting. all over Kentucky and tho Union Welcome,' "The Labor of Love" and tho Alumni Association will afMiss Dora Gibson. Response, "Laborers Together" ford a splendid opportunity lor the aud the Miss Ida Duke. revival of old acquaintances Without Religion a Education mingling of those who feel nearer to Failure Prof. E. R. Ray. The use of the Blackboard in each other for having labored togethSchool Rev. Buchanan. er in the past. We bespeak for the Sunday Without Works Jas. A. Park. Faith occasion a graud success. How to Succeed With the Infant Class R. Foster. The Successful Teacher Rev. W. Quite a becoming compliment has been passed upon Hartford and Ohio Q. Parks. One Element of Success W. II. county, by the action of the World's Barnes, Ph. B. Sunday School Collections Rev. Fair Commissioners in requesting Miss Lizzie Walker to furnish her picture J. K. Mitchell. The True Missionary U. Jl.bliultz, and a collection of her poems for the B. S. Kentucky Exhibit at the great Fair. Election of Officers for the EnsuThe picture, a perfect likeness, set in ing Year. Other business. The exercises will be interspersed a beautiful frame, was shipped yes- with songs, prayers and remarks, and terday, and a bound volume of the if we have time, we will hold a modpoems will be sent in a few days. el Sunday School, some time during Miss Walker, by her eflorts with the the day. Those on program have all prompen, is rapidly rising in the favor of ised to be present and a day that the literary world, and, young as she will be both pleasant profitable is exL. R. Barnktt, pected. is, has achieved a reputation worthy Pres. S. S. U. of Ohio County writeven to crown a long life. Her ings are the poetry of the soul, flowing simply, naturally, beautifully into First-clas- s rhythmic sweetness, and ber future is most auspicious. Kentucky is justly proud of the distinguished place this gifted daughter will occupy in the C. P. Atmork, G. P. A. movement lias Its pnnviniiiinm Tho "fad" of leer drinking may look trivial. It is followed by the ' fad " of kidney disease, as a direct consequence. And that is not trivial. That means tho grave and i solemn. The situation would be truly alarming and threaten the extinction of the race were it not for two things. 1. Thero is always hope of reformation in tho hearts of the people. When the dangerous increase of kidney disease is sufficiently sounded, thero v 111 be reform. This will assuro futuro generations. a 2. As to tho afflicted of knowledge of Dr. Fcnner's Kidney and Backache Cure will restore all who aro adroit enough to resort to its use beforo it is too late. Also cures female weakness, heart disease, rheumatism and nil blood diseases. It will neither deceivo nor disappoint. If in need take a bottlo Delays aro homo with you dangerous. Money refunded If satisfaction not given. to-dato-da- not. Every Tim "fad" of society are on the They increase. seem to be trivial, but they aro Statement of the Condition -- or thkOF JISEIIEH!:.FA ST LINE CASEBIER'S 'BUS MEETS ALL DAILY NK HIT At Hip t'love i,l II 0 J mi. 1.82 ..,000.00 1,000.00 1..M1.G7 i?S 0 cn-".ir m? imry 7, IS'.II. il HKsorncKs. Bills discounted Real estate Furniture and fixtures. Bonds and Bauk Stock Debts in suit Cash on hand Cash in other Bauks 870,1)1 . . . . . 74:!.f4 14.117.78 17,'J80.lib ors-Ei- " TO ALL. PRICE SB 1 mmm io iMy && Onpoeitc ?108,3i)3.49 LIABILITIES. $30,000.00 Capital stock 72, 18(5.85 Deposits 1,11-1- . 00 Dividends unpaid 4.80 Due other Banks 4 Discount and Exchange.." 4,:i4U.7.'l Undivided Profits 8108,305.40 A dividend of 81.00 per share now due and payable on deinniid. d. K. Cox, l,i!i:.ii)i:.NT. EDI TOT ALIKE. "33tT t Scales, ill. DUIVEU, .Manager. Wo tlo work as cheap ai mi body, quality considered. Repairing and opaiiiting u n tl y. Give us a call. BlTfJGIES FROM $X UP. City" r SPECIAL Given ATTEiNTION Public. to the Traveling Come to Hartford to si:i; 5" Tin; Election Notice. Pursuant to an order of the OhioCoun-t- y Court, there will be opened a poll in both the voting ) in Hartford, re-cinc- ts Ky., on the second day of May, 1893, be Call on ii3 for hauling A good saddle horse, I. r lltkMBP, I'ret, Jv. II. IttRkra, Cnhlor Spring wagons and Oi tho Condition of the . teams, Beaver Dam Easy rides to B.Dam, Buggy horses and DEPOSIT BANK harness. In iact you can get flit tho Close of Business December 31,1892. isfcmSte mgifcWMm SPRING OPENING OF Field's car of Buggies just from the Davis Carriage Company. C. L. Everything prompt tween the hours of 7 a. m. and 4 p. m., to Exhibit. To the Koad ConvesUlon. We publish the letter of Mr. C. P. Atmore, General Passenger Agent of the I,. & N. Railroad, relative to reduced rates to the Road Convention, which convenes at Bowling Green next Wednesday and Thursday: "I am pleased to state that as arc-su- it of letters written to General Passenger Agents of other lines in the State, arrangements have been made generally for the sale of excursion tickets to Bowling Green, April loth and nth, from points east of Louisville, and April nth and uth from Louisville and points south, limited to the 15th, atone fare for the round take the sense of the legal voters in said town on the question whether or not the local law now in force Apple Trees. apple prohibiting the sale trees at the Beaver of spirituous, vinous Dam Nursery, for 10c and malt liquors in a piece. t.aJJ n us. said town, shall bc-- c Respectfully, o m e inoperative Chick & Co. therein. This March Wnntril, A good reliable man with team to Twenty-fiv- e crop on shares. or thirty acres of near Owens- first-classla- KESOUROES. Notes anil Bills 802,72:1.40 Heal Kslato .'1,000.00 1,500.00 Furniture and Fixtures.. Cash on Hand and m other Batiks 20,031.22 893,251.71 LIABILITIES. Capital Slock Reserve- Surplus Fund Due other Banks Deposits 825,000.00 1,203.14 5,250.00 402.93 01,303.01 13, 1893. J. P. STEVENS, ' boro, Ky. References. Apply at this Kentucky. office or address C. F. McCar-ty- , P. O. Box, No. 53, Owen.sboro, 31 w tm Sheriff Ohio Count v. LADlR Needing a tonic or children tint want building un.thotild tnlo IinOWN'M I HON llOTEnS. It ii pleiuuwt to Uk, tun Malaria, Judlgef-Uoand lldlowncsi. All dealer keep It, tf John Thomas has about completed his new stable. 803,254.71 Subscribed and sworn to beforo tno this January 3d, 1893. Siikmiy Tayloii, D. C. O. C. In submitting tit's wo beg to state tliut our business has steadily grown each month siuco our opening, nnd by tho most careful, watchfulness nud a strict nbsorvnnco ofthe principles of the most conservative Banking, wo hope not only to extend our acquaint ourselves worthy mice, but to tho confidence that is being so liberally reposed In us. Wo uro hero to accommodate tho peoplo, each and every business, courtesy shall bo extruded to them, but in no case shall safety be sacrificed for friendship or to obtain business. John II,Baiini:h, Cashier. ly and Right low in prices, Ke will savo you MONEY by Buying fiom HIM. Will As we always have hell you a Buggy, Harness, Lap Duster and VIiii from IG0, 00 Nice rigs for hire up to $75.00. Tho Davis Carriage Company has tho reputation of building tho best Buggy for tho money of any Factory Day or night for in Cincinnati. Both rich and poor, So come and judge for yourself. Under all circumstances. 9B Bough or gcod roads $37.50 SOUTHERN QUEEN $37.50 Travel is all the same Is it possible a Top lluggy with Dash Rail, Scat Rail, Handles, till liwuuii mm ltinfllmild muuw On our ' Bus Line and WIG No extra charge for baggage. Silver-plated 1 I m nni1 bj.mil IV U1 !. JJIIICI tj y mi i m lPASTOPPEDFREE till, IwtufiuHint mrttdmvt tilt.imlu .nd .. .rial hA.,U f,ui. Trtitlu liincx-d. t o ts V UDr.XUNB'BaSEAT VNinurRMTnoeB m VrBlAtlf JrNMVBDiiaAin. r 'fiit-ittlii- 2 Intin P.rtoni R.itornf Write for our New 80 page Catalogue FUptlu,thrpiyl.f.ijnfi charge, on hoi imittrt la UK KLINE oh Arch Si b .l'hilvt.lnhl,P, CINCINNATI. THE SOUTHERN BUGGY 00. - junress of all kinds of Vehicle. OHIO, U. 8. A. T T trtt1 s - Presis what some ident. His career like a comet, it is true, fie has an orbit of his own. His cess is like r''r the tf call The Great Light That Shines Upon the undertakings of Pair Bro5. & Co., the cessful and popular chants, whose Spring Trade is even greater than they anticipated it would bc FOR THE PEOPLE No OF OUR COUNTRY better bargains were ever offered in Dress Goods, Dress Trimmings, Millinery, Prints, Ginghams, Bleach and Brown Cotton, Linens, Cottonades, tions, Shoes, Clothing, &c, than can be obtained this very day. Bros. Invite your attention their offerings, word to the wise: Come before the stock is culled over. FRIDAY, Al'Ml,7, 1893. One nice Patent Ihwl Guitar given toanyonclhtying ?5 oo worth of goals (except oils .iwl paints) nt my House Utwccn this and January 1, 1894. 51.00 worth ol goods Iwiight at one time entitles purchaser to one ticket. Rcsp'y, guitar 25 tickets II DBAS. Hartford, Ky. I.. 1 PREMIUM! look at Halm's line of Calicoes. Ticking fiom Sc up. at Kahn's A new line of Collars, at Kahn's. A new line of ladies Hats, at Kahn's K. & (J. Corsets at Carson & Co's. A new line ol Clothing, at Kahn's. lluy your clothing from Fair Bros. A new line of Cashmere Shawls, at Kahn's. Fine brown Cotton. at at Kahn's. Drown Cotton at 5c per yard, Kahn's. A new line of all A new line of Indies Hose, nt Kahn's. The Legislature has passed n bill to PERSONAL prohibit barbers from keeping their The Old Reliable Homestead Fcrtil-ye- r shops open on Sundays, and II. C. for sale by Discbier & Burton, Pace, Hartford's popular barber, will Birch Shields, Cromwell, was in to Hartford, Ky. 3631 adopt the ruTc nt once, although the see us this week. C. M. Crowe, New ville, was in the While casting about lor a place to law does not tnke eilect until ninety rJ buy your dry goods, read Carson & days after the adjournment of the city the first ol the week. Co's. nice "ad" and act accordingly. Legislature. So that you can get C. M. Cole is quite sick at his shaved on Saturday nights but not on Every since our first experience in business wo have Fair Bros. & Co. invite those who Sundays. Shop open till midnight home at Sulphur Springs. have large spring bills to buy, tq vis- Saturday nights. Mark Rcnfrow, Sulphur Springs, striven to establish a business that would nccommodnto it them. They can surely save ou called to sec us Monday. is t'AMIYtlM.i:. money. the trade in general. This we have now accomplish. Dr. J. L. I.iles. Rosine. called to see Farmers are now busy getting ready us while in town Tuesday. J. W. Hale, Jeweler, Fordsvillc, is for their ciops. Mrs. Mnlina Wilson and daughter prepared to do all kinds of watch and Win. P. Render, Ccntcrtown, made clock repairing. Bring or send your returned from Paducah Monday. our office a pleasant call Monday. sucMiss Cora Day returned from Ola- work to him tf Col. J. S. R. Wedding spent a few ton Thursday. Call and sec C. R. Mnrtiii when you Kli Ilarned nnd Cal. Crawford went days in Whitesville this week. come to town. He is ready to do you to Lcitchficld Monday. Hon. Wesley Crowe, who has been the best repairing on your Watch at Mrs. Tom Clagget returned to ill for some time, was in town Tuesthe least cost. Lcitchfield Friday. day. Mrs. Lide Baird, Spring Lick, Hockcr & McCowan, South Carroll-ton- , ed Mrs. Cal. Tilford last week. visitMiss Sallic Coleman returned MonKy., will furnish you anything Misses I.izie and Martha Givcns, day Irom a two weeks visit to Cinfrom the cheapest Tomb-stonto the GofTs, visited Misses Laura and Leo-r- a cinnati, Frankfort, Louisville nnd costliest Monument. other cities. Romans last week. Mrs. II. A. Parish left yesterday It will be to your interest to read Miss Leah Hudson was called last BY ANY HOUSE IN THE GREEN RIVER COUNTRY. the Second Annual Announcement of for Millwood e week to the of her sister, Mrs. R. J. Daniel was in town last week. John McDanicl, at Spring Lick, D. J. Coleman & Co., the hustling who Mrs. Kills Haynes and sister, Mrs. is quite sick. sucyoung dry goods firm of Heaver Dam They give good bargains and the trad- Smith. Calhoon, visited Mrs. Kli IlarThat jolly traveling man, Fred ned last week. ing public should call on them. merJohn O. Carter, one of our leading Baruch, stepped in to see us one day last week. He went from here to There is but little news in the merchants, and also, salesman for Sherman, Tex., and is in nt Little Rock, RiU'Uhmcan this week, but there is the firm of Warren Doll & Co., return Ark., this week. y-y- ff plenty of money in it for the people ed iTitlay from a successful trip. . Dr. A. T. Cherry, who has been in who answer the advertisements of our Hocker & McCowan, South Carroll-toLouisville for some time, cms home u? energetic merchants. Money saved is Ky., would be pleased to have money made. Read the "ads" this last week. Kli Hariicd has sold his livery stable you call on them, or write them when EVER BROUGHT TO HARTFORD. week and so trade with those who deyou arc in need of Monuments, Tombsire your patronage and are willing to Fred Heeler nnd Jake Fentress. A. L. Blain, who has been sick for stones, or any kind of Cemetery to tell you so. work. They keep constantly on hand some time, is worse at this writing. Dr. Wedding, Rasinc, was in town a general supply of all kinds of maA complete line of Dry Goods. In Hats you will J. R. Rummage, of Whitesville, Tuesday. terial. lelt here last Wednesday a week have no trouble in getting a fit in anything yon may need; The Cornet Bind, place, is ago for home and was seen cross improving nicely. at this lie Dlrdln t'nlllorala. the bridge nt Hincs Mill and has all styles and shapes, together with a $3,000 stock of M. A. Taylor went to Lcitchfield wuisvitu; post. not been seen nor heard of since. Tuesday. A telegram from Los Angeles, Cal., Snoes anything from 25 cents per pair up to $5.00. morning his horse went The next II. Wilson, of Louisviile. was. in announces the death of Mr. Stephen home with the bridle reins cut off. town last week. B. Stateler at the home of his brother-in-Some arc ol the opinion that he Kd Dinner, South Caneyville, has law, Mr. Louis Miller, of that was killed but others think that lie completed his pool room. city. has run away. The Caneyville Lodge, No. 635, Mr. Stateler was formerly a resiF. & A. M met in their hall last dent of Louisville, where he was conMKf Mil Ll We call the attention of our readers Saturday night, it being their stated nected with the Central III U11UI Iron and I ' dTIAV 1 I to the Advertisement of Taylor &Co., meeting. m Coal Company, until, owing to his f ft ol Beaver Dam, which will be found K. Murphy, who travels for the health, he retired from business. This is wholesale liquor elsewhere in our columns. firm ofThixton, About two years ago he married one of the best firms in the Green Millett & Co., Owcnsboro, Ky., spent Miss Amelia Scott, daughter of Mrs. country and is worthy of the a few days here last week. River X. J. Scott, who resides here. Since It is the only people's patronage. Success to the RurunMCAN and its his marriage he has traveled extenNostrictly cash store in the southern many readers, is the wish of, sively, visiting the various health repart of the county and past years sucT.IM.IAN. sorts of the Pacific slope in hopes of cess has demonstrated the success of improvement. At San Diego three IN FACT, ANYTHING YOU MAY NEED CAN BE FOUND TA1I.OUTOW.V. the system. months ago he was seized with a About twenty of the citizens of rttact of the grip. His removal IN OUR MAMMOTH SPRING STOCK. A note addressed to Wcs Calla- Rochester started for Bowling Green, to Arrowhead Springs to try the effito hear the Rev. Sam Jones cacy of the famous baths of that resort han was found sticking in a gate post at Wcs's house at Hayti and preach. brought on a relapse. Realizing that with fire and Tom Brawn, one of Taylor Town's recovery was hopeless, he was taken he was threatened sword. Wcs is in jail but his best citiens, has gone to Bowling to the home of his brother-in-laBring Us TourWoolAndillKifldsof On Wednes- Green. sentence expires where he died. The deceased was a R. T. Lee, of Rochester, is making his house burned.wheth-e- r day night nephew of Rev. Learner B. Stateler. by accident or by incendiaries, frequent trips to Mr. John Moore's. Relatives in Kentucky, Ohio, Montais not known. The threat staled He means business, I guess.. na and California survive him. Miss Stella Cox, of the Hopewell that forty men, white and colored, A Mall Agent'a Experience. would attend to Wcs if he fails to ncigborhood, visited relatives here this week. skip. Louis D. Brcnnecke, Walhalla.S.C, m9 Miss Mattie Brown is visiting rel- had Rheumatism for fifteen years and atives in Rockport. duing that time had never been free Mr. W. II. Griffin has taken charge Prof. J. L. Tavlor will start to Kanand fills the place from pain.-- He tried the Hot Springs of the rost-oflic- c and physicians without benefit. After admirably. He is assisted by Miss sas Wednesday. James Taylor has bought the Hen-dri- c taking two bottles of Drummond's Adah Baird, who, with her splendid We .want on in every town I? A T T?DC! farm, and Mr. Hendric has Lightning Remedy he wrole that he talent and four years former experiJLUliALMllJ tohandle the administration moved near Rockport. was free lrom pain, and able to take ence, will make the Terrie Tichenor is the boss road several long walks. Your druggists only the more popular and effective. Mr. K. V. Milligan, who steps down overseer of Ohio county. He onlv should keep this remedy. If he has and out, leaves evcrj thing in first-cla- works the road two days in each not got it, write to the Drummond 0 conditijn, and is followed by the week and is getting it in splendid or- Medicine Company., Maiden A Scientific Machine made on a Scientific PrinLane, New York, and they will supply good wishes of every patron of the der. More when it happens. ciple. Save their cost a dozen times a year. It is iii;i:cii aiovr you. Agents wanlcL Dixie. office. not mussy or sloppy. A child can operate it. As I have not seen anything from this community, I will send you n few Sells at sight. .Send for prices and discounts. items. Hreaking corn ground is the order 20 Murray St., NEW YORK. . of the day. Health in this vicinity, except a few cases of the grip, is very Rood. The saw mill, owned by Wilson is in this neighborhood, and is Ilros. -- SECONDbusily engaged in sawing. Kiudcrnook, Miss Ollie Anderson, Semi-Annci- ed spent Tuesday nightatMrs. Tanner's. Miss I.illie Names, who is attending school at Alexander, spent Saturday and Sunday w ilh her parents. Miss Ada Porter left Monday to take charge of her school. We w ish her much success as this is her fust attempt to teach. J. C. Cecil, wife and little daughter. Golda. snent Sunday with Mr. selectFcrd Pirtle and family. They report a pleasant day. School opened at this place on the 3d, inst., with Miss Sudie Anderson as teacher prospects arc flattering In order to induce the farmers and public to keep lor a gooiTschool. themselves posted upon tho prices of graiu, we will abso G. H. Williams will organize n Sunti day School at the Taylor Schoolhouse, lutely give away $100 in gold to the persons making the Sunday evening at 3 o'clock. The public in general are invited to turn nearest guesses to closing quotations of Wheat, Corn and out and take part in this grand and we will have a noble work. Hoping Oats as reported by the Chicago Board of Trade, Sep, large crowd and a good Sundiy ember 0, 1893. Katiiu:i:.v. School, I am, I HERE WE ARE! t WE HAVE A STOCK e Cannot Be Surpassed The very and Finest and Largest Line of fftLjit)ffAfr-JgjcyMnfirtni!- bed-sid- n, IJ-- lf iitoclkplsi t!,f!l! mmk$ And a complete Line of se-ve- ie to-da- y & Co. to A to-da- Coutry Frodin! Your tor Ti?iX&, N. B. ?s Hartford, Kentucky. AGENTS ft ss JACK FROST FREEZER. 48-5- V- J- eowAK ajfo 0' MAKES ICE CREAM IN 30 SECONDS Annocmeement We desire to announce to our customers and friends that we are just back from the market where we purchased a well ed stock of $100 IN GOLD FREE. silk ribbons, at Kahn's. at Kahn's. Just received, a new line ol Corsets, l Plow shoes, 5 Jiros. & Co. Pair at 1?ar Prices that make Clothing move, at Fair Ilros. & Co. The house to buy our spring trading nt, is Fair llros. A: Co. Suits for vour children, from $1 to 5.S. nt Fair ilros. & Co. A new line of ladies shawls, at Kahn's, from $1 to $3.50 Just received, at I,. D. Bean's a new stock of Wall Paper. the Clover Leaf brand ol Shoes nt Carson & Co's. Call for Trimmings to match, nt Kahn's. A new line of fine Dress Goods, For n stylishly trimmed Hot, call on Miss Foster, nt Fair llros. & Co. Nicest nssoitment of Wall Paper in town, nt I,, II. Dean's. Call Und examine, Cull on C, K. Mnrtiii lor nil kinds of repairs for Watches, Clocks, Jew-Ir- y mill Spectacles. . April 3. Farmers in this vicinity are very busy making preparations for planting their crops. W. L. Chapman and family spent a few days last week visiting friends at .lUnavillc. A Sunday School was organized at King's schoolhouse on the 19th, with C C Taylor as Superintendent. Mr. Taylor conducted a very successlul school at that place last year, and we predict that much good will be accomplished this year. Let every good citizen of the district turn out and in this good work. lohn W. Moslcy and wife, ol near Waller, were the guests of K. P. Moslcy and family last Saturday and Sunday. Rev. R. T. Brandon will preach at the Moslcv Schoolhouse next Sunday. night, the 9th. The people should turn out and give him a hearing. Married, at the residence ol S. Greer, the bride's father, April, the Whitesville, near 2d, Mr. Abraham White, of Adaburg, to Miss Ledruc Greer. Rev. Russel nfXr,tntmr Mnv tlipir 11 vps he ns i.rji.t ns the da v on which they were Ja !. wal, nftlin writpr. Our mcrchnnt.CJ. Rhoads.is building an addition to his already spacious building. eu-ga- wi:sti:iu'ii:m GENERAL MERCHANDISE And of course we extend a cordial invitation for you to inspect our stock, and we will convince you that by our STRICTLY CASH way of doing business we will save you the creditor's 20 per cent, extra profit. Now we've no extra This desirable gift of $100 in gold will be distributed as follows; Will be given to the nearest guesa to the closing quo-- , 40In Gtoid of the In our business; we don't need any, in fact tations as above stated. our goods onlv need to be seen to sell them. We'll not talk your arm off to sell you a suit of clothes, for if you will on ly inspect the quality and prices you will be sure to buy. We can suit you from the cheapest (o the very finest, in men's, Will be given to each on closing quotations. next 12 nearest guesves The average guess on Wheat Corn and Oats gets tho PRIZE. No guess taken unless, on all three of the re--' products mentioned. cord. You should take particular care to will be furnished give your guess in plain figures on every blank you boys and children's clothing. Every customer a blank at our store, which must be filled out and will be safely deposit Our jine of Shoes Try them and see. ed, he keeping a duplicate of the same. We Contest closes Wednesday, August 23, 1893. No guesses will be recorded after that date. Other prizes to the amount of $300 will be added later on. We aro 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." Give us a call. Has been bought with great care to suit you. have the nicest Line of ,.l Notions & Gent's Furnishing Goods Ever in Beaver Dam. latest things out. Don Joan. Our Lino of Gent's Ncckware and Stanley Shifts, Fair llros. & Co. want your wool, Feathers nml eggsj they pay the highest price (or them. Y Laces, Ribbons and Veiling, nt Fair Ilros. & Co. Full Hue ol l'lotiiicln.fH, Hmhrotd-eric- s, Mis. V J. Hudson is attending to Miss U'nr Hudson's loom while she Is nwny from home. pity $15 for a spring suit of clothes when Fair Ilros. & Co. can sell you the snntc suit for S13. Don't Our Mlllinnery Department is full of the leading novelties. Call on Fair Ilros. & Co. for bargains. See J, W. Hale's nice line of Jewelry, consisting of watches, clocks, chains, etc., at Fordsvillc. tf A considerable crowd was in town Monday and our hotels, livery stables and merchants had a good trade. Another Load Of the old reliable House Shoe Brands of "Pure Raw Bone" and "Challenge Corn Grower" will be in tomorrow. These goods hate stood the test for years; no risk in them. Large or small orders filled In fact, we are full up on every line. A beautiful line of LADIES DRESS GOODS, Compriejug all tho latest Styles in Colors. Cottonades, Etc., Etc., as cheap as ever. A full lino'of Staple Dry Goods, Remember our No Corn, 51 Charge for Guessing. Wheat, 75J 76c; 51Jc; Oats, 353c. Last Wednesday's quotations: Is now open for your inspection. sf3,iN soen & CO. Come in and let us price you through. Respectfully, ESKRIDGE D. Beaver Dam, Kentucky. J. COLEMAN & PORTER, Oaneyvillo, Xty. at any; time. Hocker April 7. N. B. Wo baudlo a full Lino of Groceries and sell tho Best Flour made in Kentucky for 85.00 per barrel. & Co. V" ! ," 1 wtaaiw:'ttaBJMacfl.uiuiii'i IiImsvwjwi Hartford Republican FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1803. parting will ftanthrrn Isutaslrlr. manui'acturks' rbcoud. company from Minneapolis, Mtnn., is at Tallutah Kails, Ga., looking for n site for a manufactory of hardwoods. They have taken an option for sixty days on timber up the river, and propose to put tip a $50,-00- 0 plant. The Tampa Lumber Company of Tampa, Fla., has just erected a new building that will be used as a barrel factory. The machinery has been received and is now being placed in position. At the convention of the Southern AssoMerchants and ciation, "held InMemphii, February 22, about 100 delegates were present Jrom Tennessee, Alabama, Arkansas, 'Mississippi After and Louisiana. considerable discussion a number of resolutions pertaining to the reduction of the cotton acreage and Increased planting of brcadhtufis were adoptTwo interesting papers were ed. read, one on the subject of cotton cul tivation, and the other on the need of reducing the acreage. Among the d prominent people present were: Violett of New Orleans; H. D, Lane, Commissioner of Agriculture of Alabama; A. F. Maybetry of Cotton Plant, Ark.; Hon. Ira D, Oglesby of Mississippi, and Hon J. R. Godwin of Memphis. The remarkable success which has attended the kaolin shipments from Fla., County, Richmond, Lake has inspired the idea among some Jacksonville people that if it pays to ship this product to Trenton, N.J., and Ohio, then make it Into china and ship this back to the South to be sold, it should pay better to make the ware near the kaolin deposits and thus save the freight on raw material one way and part of that on the finished product in returning. As yet nothing definite has been done, but there is every probability that a pottery will be established near This kaolin is equal to the best imported clay and much superior to the average, one material advantage being that it does not need any further admixture of clay to give it body. The kaolin works property at Northeast Cecil County, Md., was sold in Klkton on the 3d inst. to W. T. Hildrup of Trenton, N. J., for The property comprises sixty- five acres of land, on which is one of the most valuable kaolin deposits in the United States. The clay has used for years past in the potteries of Trenton, N.J. , and it has proved of excellent quality for certain classes of ware. In 1880 the South contained only 667,754 spindles out of the total of 10,853,435 In this country littlemore than 6 per cent. while the spindles In the South in 1890 numbered 1, total of 14.08S.103, or more than 16 per cent In the ten years the capital In the Southern cotton industry increased manufacturing from $31,976,713 to $61,124,026; the hands employed from 20,827 to the wages paid from 53,517.115 to $8,951,514, and the value of the products from $21,038,712 to $46,971,-50The number of looms increased from i4(3 to 39.231- - The South produces 26 per cent, of all the sheetings made In the United States, 33 percent, of the ginghams, and 41 per cent, of the yarn. A Cotton-Growers' Jack-sonville. f6-00- 0. fa 41,-48- 1; 3. m m Influence. There is an influence in a mother's care for her child that is not in the father, although the father may, and doubtless does, love his children as much as the mother, there is a gentle cord of love that the mother has, by which she draws her children around her and causes them to do many acts of kindness that the father fails to do his busy walks of life. The mother has the care of her children until they are old enough to do a great many things, by which they may and do take a great many steps ofl of their parents, thereby allowing the parents many minutes and very often many hours' rest that they are so much in need of. The son or daughter may go off in sin and folly, yetif they have had good, kind and praying mothers, the children will look back to the time when they were with that kind parent and what a good mother she was. Through the influence and prayers of that mother the son or daughter is often brought back to God, although tliey may have been for years in sin and wickedness. Uon the other hand if the mother had been cross, crabid and overpowering in words and ways, the children would be cross nml domineering in Many their words and disposition. times in after years a person may be persuaded to turn from his sins unto God, by persons referring the person addressed, to their mother, asking if they had a kind and praying mother, although that parent may have died years ago, yet he will remember her in the tenderness of love, thanking God for such parent who would pour out her blessings to the All Wise Creator for the many blessings bestowed upon her from day today. CM. A Mother' God-fearin- g Uled, March 23, 1893, Little Cora Stites.son The of G. W. and Florence Stites. death angel has visited the home and taken away the little household pet. His cradle is left and empty, treasure never more will hold the little gem. Father and mother cease your weeping, turn your sorrow into joy, for you know not God may call you home to meet your little boy, But our loss is his etcmal gain. So let us prepare to meet our loved one on the golden shore, where town clubh msoono ovening recently, and one whlto headed old politician accounted for it in this way: VlCTOMA Soi'KR. "Years tigo," ho said, "n cultKei' It is .1 wonderful remedy, which is alike benefistationed on Oovernnr's Muml wancial to you and your children. Such is Scott s EmulsioK Coughing leads to Consumption. up into the city nml out upon Kemp's Halsam stops thecough atone e dered of Pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil and Hypophos-phite- s tlio posture Mini just north 01 Clinm-- 1 bers street to hnvo some fun. There of Lime and. Soda. It check's wasting in the niihi:vk. Mar. 25. We arc having very nice ho spied a crow hopping about miiong . children and produces sound, healthy flesh. It keeps tho cows, nml ho instantly nimed lib )w,t.i"Jl " T1 jH t tfti, O i ai n v ? I I 1"" W'l I r weather it looks like spring has gun at it nnd jf ft shot it tlend. As ho did them from taking cold and it will do the same for you come. so a rugged littlo boy, who luul lieen P. A. Moxley, of this place, has watching him dashed oft wiili it wild Scott's Emulsion cures Coughs, brought on a new stock of dry goods yell 111 tho direction ot 11 distant Ooldi, Consumption Scrofula and all Anaemic and Wasting' Discaici. and groceries. He has Mr. Charley house. Tlio soldier laughed nt what Prevent wastin? In children. AI ho thought to bo tho boy's term" r.t Moxley for his clerk, )?AiRBA7SIK'S most nspntntntiloii milk, r.ctonly tlio report of tho gun, niid l.i Itiit it anThe log men are anxious to see the Krnulnc. l'renujl by Scott ,1s down eaiefullyut tho footof the tree other rise. Bcwno, CliemhU, Now York. SolJ by Corn planting time will soon be ho went to pick up the crow. oil DruB3Wa. "After that something eleo tit-here. Mr. T. W. Pattie will soon be done tractcd hta attention, and ho did not plowing. Most people arc done sowthink of his gnu ngitin till ho beard ing oats. Wheat is coming out some nn angry voico behind him, nnd turnt.oiiisii.i.i:,sr. i.tuiiH .v ri:..u. it Ma.de oniy bV N.K. FAIRBANKS CO. St. LouiS. A Startling OiTor. since the warm weather has set in. ing around he found hiius-olgazing Mrs. Man' Keen, who has been Btrnlght down tho bnrrel. A furious .luul), liiii . hu rln;. The Iti:iuiu.i'AN ami the New staying with her grand-fathefor Dutchman was nt tho other end of tlio York Tiibmii' both one cur for the last four years, has returned to gun. Thosoldier had shot the Dutch-- , sciir.nri.i: in i:i'Ki:iT miv.i. imi. her home. She is thinking of com- man's pet crow, tho boy had borno only SI. 2.1. No.Jt, .No.M, tstst&stprmimF'wiiL ing back again in May. KUIy. WKsrilOt'.Mi. Hull). testimony to tho deed, and now for l" HTU' Mr. Wood Grant, who has been on tho II10 Kutuiii.iiun nml Hie Homo I.V. I.OUiMllll' 7.t It. 111. 0 ii p til T penalty. the sick list for some time is better. Went 1'oint II n, in. T..11 p. .11 "Sparing you tho recital of the nml Farm both oi,e year for only 9.17 a, in. f.W p. m Sidney Grant has returned from limn lon'.'iirc heated conversation which followed,' n. 111. SITp.m lrliiKlon Bullitt county. II. T. the result was that tho Dutchman 81.- -i ,. lo.il n til. Stephen. port .J1 p. tn spared the soldier's lifo only 011 conClover port in II n in. .'. in p. in Tlio Hi.i'1'in.icvN niid the Aniciicmi . 11.11 a 10. hip in IIaetn. Lane's medicines move the bowels dition that ho would btraitilitwnv eat II Un tn. in l in I.i'll)tt very day. In order to be healthy tho crow ho had shot. Thosoldier Farmer hulli niiojcnr fur $1.23. I.' Ill p tn. ()enliro n.iii ,, argued vehemently, but to no pur-.,., ... onia.ik.iiil his is necessary. .' I Ml p in. V V p Spottsrille I he anil pose. Ho finally secured ,. 1.:ip mi, I J .11 n. in Ar. Henderson to pluck tho crow nnd cook it n little both one year for only $1.23. :.o Hi, Xo.RI, " over a firo innrio with a few chip, j ,.,, THE GIRL I LOVED AT SCHOOL. KWriUll'Mt. liil). I'ltiy l,c Uni l l,Ut vs an'1 tllG burner, ' Then ho began to eat. but before ho . I.t. Ilrmlernon in 7li. in. .1 1.lip. tu fVben tho 'mellow las of auluuin wrap tha had eaten moro than half of tho car-- ' Journal both one year for only 1.7."). a. tn. .1 p. bill in purple hme. J7 a. in. I., p. 111, Oneii.'mro And the sun teems all the dearer for the shortho became w sick thathu rionbird .1,. L ,"'It AN .,.,.1 The ness of the da) t, . UlrJn.ln. .111.1 p. Ill sworo he would rather bo shot than lonely apparition through tlio mists of Cornea V.T.1 . ftJVt p III IIahiktiIIo politan both one year for only 815.00. it. other yvarn, l'ovcrH)rt in nl n. 111. A M p in And I don't know why It Is so that my eyes will "Tho Dutchman's wrath ed to ritephenpnrt T,i3 npnliu tu both new subscribers l'W tn. f.l.p in. swim with tears bo npiK?abed by this time, however, t . lliMn. 111, 7 HI p. in, It.iiiKlmi For I hats to Judge emotions by the textbook's iSW tLS KU nml to renewals. . II .'J 11. 111. and horestoicd tlio snhlipr Ills mm 7..I1 p. in. j Hruiiluiltirx rote and rule. And I only know I'm thinking- of the girl t Vt Point liMp. tn, mVip. in, and bado him begone. Thosoldier loved at school. . Ar. W p. m. 9 nl p. in took tho gun, but instead of begon ," Of tho deepest, bron nest elm aro the sweetly niug ho instantly took nini at the Tn lilts No. 51 ntH .No. il mile eonmttlon at pli K ft . l4 Vi thoughtful )cs. Dutchman's head nnd vowed to blow lrtinjf,tin(ttin li) l)aitli train on l.onl And the cheeks aru like the rosea t hat our gransM t(4 M t lS A Wo.tirn II. It., tllle, llnr his grains out if ho did not nt once nies used to prlte rit nn.l Not the pampered, pinky blossoms that the hotet IkhiihI. l'ur further Itifortimtioii, bililn cat tho other half of tho crow. The A Free Trip to The World's Fair, house man deals out II. f. .Mti!IH'i:.t;rn. 1'n'r Dutchman was compelled by fear of At four dollars for a dozen and with pasteboard. i' l.oinille, Ky. VAV.'i 1.1 it ami counties other ntlractive prom, ? ! a. wrapped about ' a Vn death toswnllow tho rest of the loath-homBut the dear old damask roses that would hold noli, nnd then tho soldier de- ""iiiiis, from a dull to a watch, bicycle, their tints till Yule-J- ust A. J. SLATON, M. D., the sort I used to gather for tho girl t parted, leaving tho injured Dutchorgan or rille, are oflered for a little lo ed at school. man ready to burst with rngo and j & plcasuit work near Imine, by the pubchagrin. And the lips no, no! not rub) I for the coldness of the ml no Kortnerlj of Millwn.ul, now iwnte I at l.eitoli. "Tho latter swore vengeance, and lishers of 'WIDE AWAKE. For full Chills the Jew el's burnished surface, though tho next day appealed on Governor's particulars, i'ree, address W. F. Kel- flehl. oilers h' iroresioml "ervici to the people fiery rays may shine Uri)ouunJ .iJaininxcnitMtip, ntTlep in In the glaring of the gaslight: fitter fur do they island mid made complaint to the logg, liox (the Dr. Hmlen propertr.) 1S8, Boston, ihss. 16 lm Mljr compare coninuiud.int that 0:10 of tho soldiers AND With the warm glow In jon ihallce; the same had wantonly shot his tamo crow. fragrance lingers there; The same thrill runs through me as when on Republican Family Paper of the Unitetl Slates, Tho commandant told tho Dutchman TllC ltEPUKLICAN The Leading the organ stool to pick out tho offender ami he should My lips first pressed tho pulsing lips of her I For milt Xl.Jo, Cash in .Idvinwc. be punished. Tlio Dutchman pointed loved at school. TribCENTRAL CITV, KY. to a soldier not far away and identiAnd the form, it grow s dltthuter as the misty fied him. R. R. PAXON, PROPRITOR. veil grows thin, And the sliver belt that linked her, like the ser"Calling tho soldier to him, the II113 just been repaired mill newly pent shutting In commandant said sternly, 'Did you All that earth retained of luacn, hisses out, over see this man before?' poiutujg to jealous fool!" "Thou fiirnifheil. Located close to Dcjiot. For I parted in my anger from the girl 1 loied tho Dutchman. a Givwall the news of Town, County and State, and a much National ai at school. no VIHMVVM TOMllltY. or.l.. ton Good meals or Give news a any other " 'Yes, sir,' replied tho soldier, rs lrni.iKntleiuiiiaiiill.ilii "Ml.hwKi il patior "f its chi. V.mr huuie would lm incoinilute with And I know not If tho fleeting of tho purplo with a laugh in his eye, 'I dined with orrultnrpniKl menn romnll orr fie cciintrjf it a trial. autumn da) s out it. him yesterday.' Brings us nearer to the greeting at tho meeting ilHO.Jii'tsriil otift(nrentnn I rwilvf a ooj nf . ill.il OatMit "This answer &o amused the Dutch lliocli'int niitriiiioni.il of our wa s; If it be I may not meet her till we'e crossed man, besides reminding him of how IIiohis... whirl, mil Milonl jou moro htaltliru. imow.v. .o-- hit the Stygian jiwil, liml foriiniiys.liyioacli Fur 1M.J all his friends would laugh nt him enjo) inonl Hi inon Yet I think that I tSall greet her as the girl I 1 nnnil-- r contain- - linn.lro.N of letter Irom 11 .National Contains (Hie llu.nlrr.1 lletlprs for ninli-lnP.iper, and pus all the policial neis of tlio U. S. loved at school. should the story get out, that ho .re- I . lie ami Ki'iitleini n wantingcorreoiiil nt joiing ik'UcloiiCmly ehrupl) ami nulcl.ly from Moux City Journal. and the world. It nt home. This Imolc Is eli aiuy ul drug the event of ..rei0'ii I11.1.N 111 a nutliell. against llioc of the pinit cer, If thrro fused to push tho complaint It has s nun or stores. unJ uoiierul tho soldier, and 'to eat crow,1 meanMparnt.' tiepartintnt'. fin The Kuiiiily I'irelo, and our Yoiiiig .Folk. oinin who lii not foiiml ul or her aiUiiitj It The World's Most Useful Illter. ing to suffer anything mortif ying or here's the sul'li'ti opportnnil). .M Ire. Orimii Home and Sociitt c.iluin- - coiutiiati.l the adiinratioii of wives ami daughter. Tho Nilo probably is tho most humiliating, passed into a proverb LOfstNS, rontn n, Is Ili)ton "treet, II0M011, Itc Ce11er.1l political new, edit.. rial and liciiiuii aro e.i.nt.relJimiv.. wonderful river in the world. It has 39 1, from that day." New York Tribune. Msrs. made Egypt possiblo by turning an Inilli.tut ami fliintfivt. Its Asri.Hiltiir.il has mi Hiiperiur in arid wilderness into the richest land ess in? 109 nexis did cms. the conntrv. Il- - Maihet i:ep(rt are reeonird authority in all pirtnof th wt nn iW wn nn rking inti. u. U nintl in the world. It has provided at tho lor .aiViVV lVrors $lVt Inn I. A Speeial Cotitr.iet enal.'t in to oiler llii plrndid .I011rn.il pnfirr. il nml same time an admirable commercial nnd Tho FLOWER SEEDS whole tlm uliooin fiinnli nli r Mptrr ii their to III.' I iiine. .luiiiieuts iCepiililiean lor one- - cai transhighway and made easy tho inuj ! profitulilj tniplojiil nlo, f.w laoiineles portation of building materials. The VaTletSes, FREE ! in toitn nn Icili. II, I'. .IOIINSON A (U ancient Egyptians were thus enabled 501 an I Mnln t., liiehtnon I, V.i. AnVtiparallelrd OOVr bran to utilize the granite of Assuan for N. Y. Tiihune, rojrtilar price per venr IIMLtnhllbet it ml jfr. ?i ' 00 V uble l'ulilhlnff lloiiMct tho splendid structures of hundred-gateH...W....1 1. I.I! 1 Mk f aw' U ckLs it Wnra i . ,)r i.iutniii. .ii'jiiiMiie.iu Thebes and of Memphis, and lilutnuj WHEN YOU GO TO OWEfiSBORO tin tot 111 tod tl family rln oven for those of Tunis, on tho MedMtV fwy wcrk, triUtlc iwik, CAM. O.N S2.'J,ri. tun. dtorUtG, klffMrr, iterranean. fjwbioM uTriB, JuTrtilsi rvhtiiv, tthjuU, v, Jo tntrodnr ibj At a time when tho people of the ttartiilCaT ItVJUV Miff llAa iLnn:i:s "Piipors 0110 j home British isles were clad in tho skins of wbr U U Dvt tlrcalj Ultd, w atw tnaha thai fallow In? ttJ tAt LOUSVILLE ant! MEMPHIS, .!. turn wild beasts and offered human sacriU ffni The Lad It aHaW Uorld ft, lUn Siil.krriptU 'i 111.13 l.iin at nn time. fices upon tho stone altars of the r nbtrrtUr tod to t wilt WITH iWrtiii si IRo Month, Ilower ruba Jd'M tflkvi iudri I ," msttefl l. AddrcM nil eiders to Druids, Egypt was tho center of a Itrtion ofC'holt Hrtdt, ttttit aciuiung Aiwr( I nin PuLLuiAH BlirfET Sleeping Cars' I rummnnJ rich und refined civilization. Most yinnisv, rt,avium,, t irrwnavs, .nrjwaninrn ami Mfiulij tKlU Btlum, typmti Ms, lt, Rcmtcubrr, ltltrnu !) f its? of this development of Egypt was vlntthrrlink, U and thitititir nani(ictM lollntionrihtn wk mofithi f Co by di, FUOJI AND TO fJ ml this wredrrful due to tho Nile, which not only wa- llawtT n rtlu'put up.No Uiyfirst-- It fttferd toUvm ir.4 wrtrrsMrl can U. f Mit'isvir.i.i:.f:Miiiis, i'KMit'ii tered and fertilized tho soil annually, ef( itionty ot, nf lli ttfuaJIf your Dioiiry ftndimkt iui ll.irtfortl, Kentucky. llTO ItOIJK.K.Kl M.M' oni.i:.r. ti tn trt not but was and is one of tho greatest clt both twitb10 MtsTulB boo,yornderwt byitlfld h.n rtl all thKitJ f dm Dlr1UbltfulllkhIo ti.t .il. iniiii. rrtlrd hundrtdi of Ut!inoDl! frnm iltsand best natural highways in the I iwr W fttroDtduriDjclb cut Ctt yttrii "Sltfoiuifttjlmtrtj KM05PffJUCI-TJlf a world. Harper's Young People. N. C luruni, xc.ft w n air 'f tisetlf at tirrniMi. The Quick and Desirable Route -"JTvMlr rntMfc At tti ! slitrti! h iwn tOi iat M to ttrtff jnjff ftt HfonkljB, V Y. Mn llfiiry M'ari lhT ( frjulu For the final ami iLtt ArtUlic IPoifc, liatta, to A.u rosi A GREAT SHOT. ibftcrltwr), tni Uma GrtcBool, tvb (WJtff J our tivla Iui iriw any the or style. Frederka Si. Hueen JChw York Pli'.liii'clnliiii IliiUlinnro Iu bol coa w iiiuio vj uDHViawviiiiaua 3rdand-lth- . Gm37 Vnlilrn;t(in Norfolk DM point LVmlo rt Wonderful Feats of a Hunter Who Could flf iinarrupuloui prrtoflh tnU V irtn'tMii on ail niiMrnpwoni tut lUclitnund II11II11I11 L'luw'lntid Shoot. Si CbIclkBt nt forWicst. hi 5 TolcJo CliicnK" Inilltini.iolis . "Tho finest nflo shot that ever SPECIAL OFFER ! &"BU.? Sft HirrriMc known as Clnolnnuti LiuiImIIId oflrf, md vi'xiM fu 0-A-H.rw ttitrX walked tho soil of tho west was a li tin tvfifltHMWisi, t will tcnJ frtt, I) astorn and Northonstorn Points i tu IM ctlt 1 man named 'King' Woolsoy, nu old iJiiuon KcLfordut ku, OBtpricl(,t mbrr1nrj fcrtul Hwrft Peas anil MumpliU iiksbur); Hal. hi ItmiK1' ujlnj llortattnti. I viruu timer, who lived near Yuma, A. T., ina rwwMtrDliHlr. Th inQuftn. Orinr IVlstpi. Ffifur.l. Ni:u Oricnti Mobile l.lltlu itock Mot HliM(tlr, bwrttl'ct in the good old stage days of tho west, ippl faMoniM bougrt (lAwrm anlhtnnct (H.julart Uii Springs anil luints In ist Toiines- raw rultivat( m 20 years ago," said Wallnco McLaurin, tarll I fn sat rslpLratl known. This n sco Tcxni Arkniii'i .Mlsl;siii prwlur for hr rittit ef I rtntii ui.ui onth a commercial tourist of Philadelphia, Rates $1-0per day. Meals 25c Lnulilnnn nnd tlo Smitli nnd Mewly Fornisheti. - "iwi UIII4MUI CMtriTir w .. .'i iiism ' I'" "n "i as ho was swapping stories with a ANOTHER GREAT OFFER-- ! ir.'SW HOUTIlWKrjT. EastHde I'redeiiea, between Main and tho Kier, Oweneburo, Ky. ot will kind lhc LnllrV H half dozen other drummers tit tlio ibMrlitin jriti)"tthour &iinitiiit(lrrltonrihtlf for One car driUj IkvwlMon ticattrf lLttUnltlT Hawu Lindell last night. "I remember him Hs?fJsib4)T jiiitlr svivtr T ho lit o is thoroughly tquii...! nnd In JfJiS- - CJUS. HOB Y, MRU. C. E. WILLLYGJIAM nJ tl.br.ui rtfrd HrftPM. AttrtMi . B. well, for I used to livo in tho wild ld II. MO0HKA tO.,aT 1'iirk Place, .New Tork. ' Proas ' condition, and provide!- - nn and woolly west before 1 commenced lent firningoniPiil tn time mm iiirotn;!. ctrs nct.rss In Every Stis and Size. hi;: selling goods on tho road. This man BSrOld Pictures Copied and Enlarged A fKATURK Is the time mid I'm- - Itiimu'-- i Iron I;lttcr. Woolsoy was originally from Ohio. icctir.'d b.v the l.tinlUil K.xjirin Trains. riijrlclii" n mi 'tiiei 4 l. A SPECIALTY. t fl (mi. rlotlto. ficniilno Mi loakts Only a .nhiiit's kihk butwnn l,.iiillllu He moved to Arizona in his early tiiut.il lij an nnri-- t of worll-i,108 Main Street. childhood. When ho was about tlio and .Mi'tnilila, vr.d tlio bct nml .jt.lcKest hastraklna.Lut.iIcrc KiliiilItii(.ionun.Hr. riiiiiiiiun. i.niini. .rii(nll nml intlnlr icrvlce liotween the two citlisovaroirered. ago of 10 his father and mother were tnr.il, ofiriini.il tn mjo'nr' tim.liu, nn.r ill .'i7io owExtr.ono, ky riPktts,Tiino-Tnlill f. I . .. .I- nml nil tlrnl informaotl.irtroiitiiiiniuiHiilc I. Il.m u,,. ,1,01,1,1,, killed and scalped by tho Apaches. illscsllm. tjid tion stuur.il by Hiil)ln' tu J Il.'ll. lienor WAktu-u- . Mulirl.i. lsruulioilai.ltl.il ox IhIiic.I Ho hid in tho rocks and ehenped. Hill lutiuks, Iskc iKC.I t Hon or II...... or lnclriiilir.illi iilll.ln t. nml K.lli,,lil of '"'V-VUtO.V "I1TIV S. WEEKLY Five years later, when ho was n mere It cures ij ,e' lr. For o b ull Jcalcrs u cur frum proininoiit .w.. jn T.BiLysch. Cen'l ?:.:, ..7t.,Lo.is7ille, Ht. fr,,,t boy, he went on tho warpath for tho - ill Laimlin. uedJcluc H.1) lilt. A. n.l'AIM,Ti,o.ni. !,. Apaches, and ho never one. e? XBrtarrrr, t Ho could not count exactly how many ho had killed in his life. IIKXUY WATTBRSOX, Kdi'or, "Tho last timo I saw him was one day while tho stage stopped to let Best Democratic Paper Pub. tho horses rest near Texus hill, 011 tho Gila river, in 1872. His fame as fcl 00 n year. a rifleshot had spread all over the west, and tho mention of his name filled tho Apache's heart with fear . I and trembling. Tho passongors persuaded him to give 1111 exhibition of Hu'iL comleiiMid news, Bast Call Shoo la tho world for tha ptlco. his murksmanship, and ho consented. W. L. Douglas allocs Bta sold evoryvtbeio. Breiybody should wear them. It Is a duty IJest hloiies, He nailed n IxMird up to tho side of you owe yoursnlt to set tho best voluo tot littlo ehnnty and put 100 bulls at a your money. tioonomizoinyour.ooiwearrj JJust iiiisvollniiy, purobastnr W. L. distance of 100 yards in tho same raotasent tbe best DoURlBSShOOS.wUlol value at the Diloos ad Host Mdiuun'a pajro, tho difference of a TeiUsod above, as thousands can testily, place without Substitute. 49 Take sixteenth of an inch in 100 shots. Ho newareofrrnud.MoNone dtnutno without vr. r Hest children's (lopiirtmont, Dounlas name and then drovo tho nails fur into the tor it when joubuy,price stamped ou bottcm. Look Host aiiswora to corrcspoud- board with 10 mora shots. Every VV. Li Douglas. Ilrockton. Mass. 6oM by onp applauded. ents (lop.irtuients, J. V. TAUOR, Rosine, Ky. "Then ho took a common bullet, Ilest uditorinls, tied it to on infinitesimully small thread, fastened the thread to the ftgitns away .t vnliiulilo premium lpgister of limb of a tree 20 feet nbovo tho oery lny fortho largest club ground, placed a small neck bottle on the ground and started tho bullet recoiv ud, Sainplu eopios of tho swinging to and fro. Ho walked Weokly Courier .lotini.il will back 60 paces, whcoled suddenly around and fired. bo Mint freo to nny address. "Well, gentlemen, you may stufl Writo to COUJUUIf-.IOUIlNA- L mo with aawdust and exhibit mo as si.i.1. M.!r",u,i i""i'' ? ' '''j"1 11" r11"' ii. m the biggest liar in tho universe if SLIIUI.MAN, Urualli;ii,r.itli), liiws, H. , CO., Louisvillo, Ky. We are manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal directly with Woolsoy didn't cut that string in .'or ul. by s lint' llHiV.ttl.-r- . in I . n.iv. twain with his riflo ball and make the the consumer, thus saving him the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices aro reasbullet drop in tho mouth of tho botTI1K ItKPUIJLICAN and tlio onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. Rospectfuliy, tle." St. Louis Republic CUHHEnlTHlSTOBV. , be no jnore. It is hard to break the tender cord, 'tis hard to say the last farewell, but God's wilt be done, not ours. One less on earth, one more In Heaven. Sleep on, little Cora, and take thy rest; God called thee home where He thought best. ORIGIN OF A SLANG PHRASE. A Politician Tolls II mr "To 1'itt Crow" Tlicoriginof the expression "tocat crow" rausjtl sumo disputo in nn up 1'assrd Into the tangiincr. WUandYOUK V3 yVjrt uuHirai wiw Scott's k h 1 Emulsion CLASRETTE: SOAR f r, - 111 11 "PsK?SSS aim 1 '"''"icas 111 i!,. CuM,,-finis- l.vMl-po- rt U 111 so-m- - WWW3rtTitt WK!Si(EYSSsp Loul-wl- le 1 r!f twrri' M . . r ir VK i,Vn' o r' '.. Physician Surgeon, ::&2.zi c2u . , H.M.f;5 If Your Favorite Home N(wspaper ('onunoi'cial Hotel and New York une both one year for only $1.25. -- HIE REPUBLICAN- York Weekly Tribune, b ir .'.Ls:,t, 'iSew i; The.ix TuTl 1W9 -- 11 d r. AI j ltlfl.lMHI C.Theo.Cain, VW&& .''kalvVtSr TPcjl' Only $1.25 3?! yenr. ........ T(I Wo furnish both year for Sl.25, c ft rwjfc HAwrcti.: i.Mruiii.icAN, S 1 aa-- "" fi li- A lj :ss 'ss,,s;x"si:ri. uwi,M,(M-rn- 6 ' fttMT M 3L ON Oom.rxe2:ci.l the EEotel PALMh'R HOUSE. T 0 skti m- t' i; TlisLeaigFblfailk 19- 5K ( jtoitlw, & em-el- iM-fn- rsi coiiM-nlcnc- Id-pi- .. p ? ? ('(),irica'Joiiriial ,, , JliLajis,fei jaaaii5aiiaja.jata.fi2 W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE noWp. HAS THS II iiniiiH 11 "Quarterly 1 iBanaa vsaisl& & I VSB)jSaaMIIMtllBSSSSSBMS AndtlioM troubled with nervousness resultlof from care or overwork will bo relieved by taking Neuralgic 1'ertom ItTHOIT, MICH., U. O, WKIOKLY COUUiER-JOUI.NA- L Ds trsde mirk Jlrown'n Iron Hitters. nd crossed red Unci 00 wrapper. aeoula Happy and content It a home with " The Ko. (belter a lamp with the Hcht of tha moralog. j will bo font ono 30.tr to any uddress or $1.7.". Address Tho flEPUJJ- - F. A. AMES Owens boro, Ky. CO. Ctocue.wrlieRheitc''CTpCo.,NewYorj. LIOAN, Hartford, Ky.