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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, TEMS-J- L2. Fir Annum, Is Adnnce. OL. HAETFOKD, KY., FRDIAY, APKIL 21, 1893. ninl tell the jiorter to call you nt Sacra-incntOo to hIuoji whero tho nnow is 211 feet ileep nml wako up in tho fresh meuilowH where tho odor of nuwly plowed fields cm Kreot your peeled nnd frozen noso: then you will know that oven in UiIh world thorn is Botnetimca for each hctirtitclio ncoinicnsiitin joy. Haiti Davis Is (still farming at Carson and ruuninK Tho Appeal. Ho keeps his mibscription list written on tho wall of his ofllco, nnd sometimes when tho plastering falls down ns many as seven or riirlit subscriptions expire. Onei' ho moved into nnother building, nml tho old 0110 becamo n hoarding house. Tho poor invalid who used tho old ofllco ns a bedroom says ho is still annoyed by Sam, who comes thcront nil hours of tho iiWit to look over tho old bubferiptiou lixt. "It is still moro nwkward," eaya the Invalid, "lieeatiM) my conch ism tho way, mid often wako up in tho niirht to find Hum standing on tho bed, nnd with one hand on my chest to steady himself by ho is changing tho address of u sub- bctlber." 1 NO. 38. zine, for only $3.00. The Republican and tho Cosmopolitan, a leading maga- r . T' perhaps, lifting up many of those PROFESSIONAL CARD. who are slaves to intemperance, and 3". Ed-win- . making men of them, fit for society, Mill? Mcl'lwCt nml Her Frlxolmn and making glad the hearts of those ATTORNEY AT who arc almost destitute of homes. d HARTFOBD, KENTUCKY. of? the temperate man in health and COMMI'.UCI.M.. re rii.ily innicd liy nnv cmo of cllliir rex In anv m part of lliu ccnitilry. h l willing lonork Indue, vigor, as he goes forth to his daily Oh, fair as a flower was Milly 1X1. .OLtlK, trlimsly lit Hid rnipln inriil which tp f uriit.li. J, I, a, WtDDISO, hi' labor l light ninl plru.nnt, nml ton run mi toil, with his cheerful heart and a Grloiin. ss ns fair ns a lilly nnd fully ns rlik whatever. Wo lit )ou nut e Iik'tc, r that "WeddinE-- , ion cull gUo tlir biiliiiii u lilnl without xHiiie clear conscience feeling the blessings sweet. Men called her nn angel with lii)niirfrir. l'lirtlioM' willing to iln n lltlliMvork, tlilt li llie grninlct inter iiimle. Vim inn work of heaven resting upon ihim. Then sweetness complete, but she flutterAnd Tolls of H1b Experiences Alliltr, or In Ihi'i'vniliig null. If )nu nre fin. HARTFORD, KY. his home Is agreeable and pleasant; ed through life on her frivolous feet, pto)ril, ami hnto n few fpiin1 Ihuim nt )mr UL (Office, oyer Anderson' llataar.) as Nobody but ho Could hiiiiI, nlltlro them, mid mid tn Tour Income, his friends are proud to see him comWill practice, their profomlon tu all the conrin o n't nil. for lack of the requisite pinions. You will our Iiu'Iik'M will nut lull Evor Hopo to Do. Ohio nml court of Appeal. lc nm.iriil mi the lurt ut tin Miltlty uml coin ing home, they welcome him with Specialami adjoining countlen,rrmiinal practice and She was blithe ns n bird, and as dy whIUi inn hihiim ilnlliu ii n ilullnr.iluyliinml attention given to itay nut. iivui beginner, me mum Mini from tho collection!. tfnttlj glad hearts and cheery smiles. Ah, glnd and as gay ns a frisky and frolic. . llrt hour. Any otio i"in run tlir ImmIiii's - none lip Kcph IN'tcr JiicliHOit mill .llnUi'S full. Vim .tinuM try tiolii'ng ile until )ou pleasant is life to the temperate man, IVu l'lilliiiiiptilrnl Hciiiurlii some kitten at play, and all those who jnursclf ivlntt jou e:iti iln nt tin huiliici -- &.. Aim ll I I'liullltin In (Ji'iii'ml Wmnt n are which we iill'ir. . (vlplcil who lives in the service of God. saw her sway, and entered it up ns -- I lio ('. Hill Unit gr.tii'l irorltrr.; liiminl ivs thev iinke ut tiiiirh Wikii'I Illl-.lllllllll tn llll lill'llHX, fin ll li m While on the other hand, behold the telllen. day when they were a UlHIlt Tluit OH III will iiidiptiil to :hrni Wrlti' ut nun. mill ee lur intemperate man, as he lies in the hnin Dulls'. her minions. )uurlf. AiIiIivm II. It.U.I.I'.I f .V CO., HARTFORD, KY. lin mmi, t't rlliimliMo. horrible pit of sin and degredation, II. Will practice his profession In Ohio an J aitjoln. liy IMgnr V. No.t unfit for home or society. He is trav- Ing counties, ami the court of Appeal., bpecia Oh, sober and hteady was Deacon CuiirIi:!it, Hou.su AnouT CAMKonxu, Mnrcli. eling the downward road as fast as the attention given to collections. O'Diiin, so grave nnd so gruff, and Office north side public square. Lust uvtming I Haw l'ctor Jirckson. tho tfTl wheels of time will let him go, to evso grim and so gram, that he never great colorml jMKiHst, in his masterly erlasting punishment. could laugh, but only say "hum," How sad creation of Undo Tom. Mr. .Inctaoii has Mr. Davis has for many years given if a thing chanced so be more than E. D. G0FFY. must be the life of the intemperate tho nvorugo faco of n colored man, not B. D. RINGO. refilled mid beautified ns somo have im- - his attention to tho cultivation of fine half handr.oiiicv-'p- o Grxxlfy 6s man, when he calls to mind the hapdismal and discn,,1- - '""stly llolsteins. Thero is little Df?iiied. Wo often hear from admirinf? py home that he once had, made destinct and deep his dejection. friends that Mr. Corliett is very fond of about tho nso nnd fall of tho Holstcin olate by his beastly vice. The lovHe thought that to waltz was the home, nnd that John L. Sullivan, it' aud-- that ho does not know. Recently, however, ho has been, ho says, cruelly worst kind of wrong; nnd to go to the Will practice In nil courts or Ohio ing campanion and dear little ones counties, and In Superior Court andand adjoining.. CourtofAp-pealiwronged by a man who has been his Collection, ' Wrnnncti that used to meet him and welcome to. Office, No. 3.W and nil legal business attended play, or to sing a g.ty song were so friend. S.im has douo much for him, but E. Market stHartrora, Ky. him home, arc afraid now when they in February last ho sold Sam u cow that bad that he could not find words tliat acr?r;rf5 had no front teeth in tho tipper jaw. were strong enough to express his obsee him coming for they know his ill 1 IIo said u good deal about it and tried jections. CllFfl temper when intoxicated. Ah, what to recover from tho mnn, but could not. an object of pity to see him amid the III. ATTORNEY AT LAW, San Francisco journalists sent him circuShe dwelt in a brick, and he dwelt prayers and tears of a tender comlars and price lists for artificial teeth ZECTZT.' that vouhl (It tho cow, but ho would not in n stone a more elegant neighborpanion, as he takes the last cent laugh and refused to bo comforted. hood never was known; there was from the house and spends it for inHy and by Joseph T. Goodman offered toxicating drink, leaving the house 15. IS. to bet with Sam $100 against nil the everything needful to give it thetone, and those he should love and cherish Dutch lunches required byJoo during and her ljouse was only two doors m his natural lifetime that no cow had front from his own, which made it a clear destitute of the necessary comforts of noTWtp. Honor Hull. teeth on tho upjier jaw. und tho two men case of propinquity. Voters! Voters!! of Hartford. The following pupils have attended life. unco In tho world for tho prior. went out around Oakland trying to find Brut Call But he was all frowns and she was regularly the public school of district turn out on the 2d of May and vote (Office in Crowder Hulldlng.) W. L. DoUf.Inc tlooaruonellovorywlo:o. it cow so that they could nscertain. It Urotyuoily uu&ulfi wear Ihcui. It la a doty Will practice his profession in all the courta ol was a pleasing picture, thoso two middle all smiles, and he was straigtforwad number M. F. you owu youit'ilf to set tlio best value tor Cecil Stevens, Chester against whisky. On'? And djolnloj counties. Alao Notary 25. year mono, Cconomuolnyourfootwearby ex aged married men going about Oakland nnd she was full of wiles; they might Public riumr purohBlnc V. L. DouglnoShoos.wblon Stevens, Amos Peyton, Henry Pirtle, inquiring at tho jewelry stores and every have been sundered by millions of 81.000 Eor Nothing. ropiosent tbu bott viliu at too ptlou Sarah Pirtle, Clayton Hocker, Annie aLovb, oa thvuuanda cau toittty. where if they kept u cow. Curtis Buntin, President St., BrookfwrTnlto Xo K'll.itltute.tr Onco they found ono on her way to her ol miles, so ultra their social longin-quitMcFarland. Fanny Kinkade, Sue lyn, N. Y., spent $1,000 with docllpwm n r frnnil. Solid crnulno without W. I. work. Sho met them pleasantly, ius all IM:. Xj. IKCea-rrxln- , Iiousla. ami an4 rice btmiipcd on toltou. took Kinkade, Oma Pirtle, Roscoe Taylor, tors, and at famous Springs, in the (or It 'vhin joubuj, Califoruians meet a stranger, and passed IV. Ivan Taylor, Sallie James, Albina eflort to cure a bad case of RheumaATTORNEY AT LAW, ,V. I.. llouelt.k. Ilrockton, Maid Sola by i took it wiiiix Jir.iir.Ansiso my rincn. on, thinking that was tho end of it, but denly surprised in his room, will generOne day Miss Millie impelled by Wise, Mattie Wise, Allie Herald, Sam said now was tho timo nnd started K. W(Klt.Ni:it, Iliirtfmil. Ky. ally bo found poring tism, but to no avail. Drummond's h. over tho "llind." some whim, to SundaySchoolwent and Bettie Wise, Angeline Herald, Julia Lightning Remedy helped him from, Will prnctlcohls profession in all the Courta ol So. too, wo learn that Peter Jackson, tho off after her, for ho know as soon ns he met her that it was n cow, which shows with countenance prim united with Herald. R. C. Jaknagin, Teacher. colored jierson who fights for a that ho is not only possessed the start, and by its use he has fully j Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court of of great others in singing a hymn she sang livelihood, is "a perfect gentleman" nnd Special attention recovered. It will do the same for Appeals. over Williams, Bellgiven to collection. literary resources, but is full of general an exalted soprana. A Howl From tho Moaa.bark Arc. Office, A Co's drugstore. far nbovo tho avengo in intelligence. information. The following interesting not tosay you if you will give it a trial. Ask Theso statements are. somo of them, And her voice, like the voice of a Sam had n heavy gray overcoat on nt your druggist for it, and ii he cannot truo. rarson Da vies, who manages l'eter, means pretentious communication found its the time, but ho pressed on. Tho cow chromatic bird chromatic Is tho ijuiet jiiirty who supplies tho intelbroke into a run, which throw her milky color, but you may have inferred that way to this office last Friday. It is supply you, write to the Drummond ligence. Ho knows how u prizefighter Medicine Company, 48.50 Maiden 1- should conduct himself, and ho tells way first on ono sido nnd then tho udder I speak in the musical sense of the inserted here as a curiousity of the Qh3 Peter. Then Peter very sensibly does ns sho ran. Sho was u low set cow, with word like the voice of a bird or an- past age of turning out and ducking Lane, New York. Agents wanted. great tripo facilities, and could not run that way. Tho long looked for prizeschool teachers, and will be read with fighter whoso great intellect would graco with much graco, but after wo had gels was heard, sublimely in hymn avidity by the more modernized porHeaolmlona orReapeet. watched Sam awhilo as ho ran it was a aud hosana. tho cabinet has not yet arrived. Mr. Chapman S. McLean departed telief to look at tho cow. tion of the public. 1 had been led to lielievc, Peter .Inckson, V. Finally in tliofoothillsninan met them The howler delivers himself on this this life March 26, 1893, in Hartford, would olovate thobtngc. Peoplo told mo The deacon, had charge of the biblinnd caught tho cow for them. Sho was Ohio County, Ky., where he was atthat ho resembled S.ilvini on the bIhko. flushed and angry, nnd when Sam thrust cal class; in doctrines no man might wise: Mr editer I notist in your pa- tending Hartford College. The CumHe docs not. They belong to two differper of march the 17 commensing in ent schools of acting. Salvini is moro his forefinger into her mouth sho did not the deacon surpass; and the maiden attempt to conceal her disgust. this way it has been the custom in berland Presbyterian Sunday School ci rtijymrt with tho audieueo. McFIcet was a learner. met April 2d and passed the following A sickly pallor passed over tho faco of I havo never seen Corbett net. but 1 Hut the good mnn discovered in a olden, times that to teachers treat their resolutions of respect to his memory. d 6 i&hm -judge that ho will rank with. Inckson and Mr. Davis ns ho touched tho empty gums. II Mi Could it bo that, after ho had introduced very brief time that, although the pupils some time duting the school riiiESTO lif3ir si i ISrr Mor,T r Sullivan, whoso raukuess is noticoablo Whereas, In the providence AJnnn4Hi thu Hoktoin strain of cattlo into Nevada girl had a voice like a chime, she was is it not the custom now with all the WaOOWORK, oven from the back seat. of God, Chapman S. McLean has OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Itnce prejudico has nothing to do with and California, ho wns still ignorant of naught but a heathen iu matters sub- teachers that love their pupils and If i l5Jl MWMWIASr, wish there school to close out pleas- been called from this world, where he ATTAChMOK. my criticism. When 1 licgin to criticise, 'the cow und her homo life? Alas, yes: Is prepared to do all kinds of ho did not know tho real cow. Ho only lime, and her darkness of soul was to I iln not let those things i.jrfero; neither antly but not with the buly you sed was a faithful Christian worker, to THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST. Dental work at reasonable prices. do euro to attack a man without causo knew tho Delsartu cow tho cow that oue him such a crime that his deep voice his reward in glory, therefore be it teachers expected to be turned out do wlio has chosen thu great field of art as bees in tho pajK'rs. Bond TEN cent! to 2fl Union Sq H. Y., grew graver and sterner. Resolved, That by his death our Wom than all this, seeing his advanthey not expect it yet when it is pracfor our prlionnmo, "Blind Luck," nnd Ids profession. VI. Sunday School has suffered an irrepar win n Hew Homo 8ewlng Mnchlne. tage. Mr. Goodman began to add other I himply wish to Niy that the pugilist ticed all over our land you sed it was "Excuse ine young people; I can Tho Now Homo Sewing Machino Co, tlepcnir tor htsmiccrss outbidu thu ring information regarding tho cow, and, 60 of able loss, the Church a valuable mem, to hay, whilo ho had Davis down fairly AT ... not disguise that it grieves me and only now and then that a croud ORANGE, MASS. on tho man who manages him-un- d how unruly boys sofogot their sense you ber and the family a tender and oberewell ho obeys his manager When he snowed itim under with tacts which gives me surprise to find some among lated to thu cow and which Mr, Davis was do not know the circumstansc and dient son and brother. lnvins to think, ho is lost. M- you so very unwise in a matter of vi 11in no condition to deny. 2. That our sincere sympathy and tho question arises, Has tho pugilIlut surroundings this teacher promist to ua.tiv iSioms'FOR SALE BY Mr. Davis now believes that certain tal theology." condolence be tendered the mourning, ist who has Mieceedcil a right to star in n Said Milly McFleet, with a gesture treat his schoars and when school all n play? Of course he has. Anybody has kinds of cows hibernate, and that if they parents, brother and siswould treat como out nnd seo their shadow on Calatho right to avail himself of oven of grace, and a solicitous face, "You most out told them he ter, in this the dark hour of their bemus day they go back and leavo u call day closed his school without notoriety to exhibit himself in mean me, oh, dear deacon; it is a very the last t jrMmWZ answer to tho public demand, and then for Easter nt 0 n. in. saying any thing more then was when reavement. Also that tho sea cow can bo taught to clear case no you need not make an 3. That we praise God and bless tho public must decido whether it is those boys ducket their teacher after cotno up nights, nnd that thero is a big apology." , his holy name lor giving such life, so worth n dollar or not. he had went back on every thing he clnmco PLEASANT Peter Jackson is n good looking man Sargasso for somo ono to get hold of the VII. full of many Christian graces and an tea under the desert laud net promistjf they was rong was he anatomically More so than ho is "I know you mean me, and it had rong itfBEfi . example worthy of our emulation. and stock it with theso beautiful and doIMlTMeWrSSBPKi I may say Ho has long arms, first he sed he would and grieves me full sore that I never not 4. That a copy of these resolutions with rather slender wrists nnd small cile ereatiues. didnot they said they would and did learned aught of such matters before; hands nnd feet. IIo is well arranged for be spread upon a page in our SecretaTCI,li?lLJPJ'I!iNQ l'iSL BRIGHT AND duck him he said he had ben baptised fighting purposes, but his interpretation but now there is no use in complainKLTTEH. '"" " wmrLU.untheisstomach, llr.r KlOX on up crying this time he ry's book, a copy be given to both of .."Ml"0' UTi Ii. a rt and came of Unclo Tom won't do. kidney., and ing. p!uanltlT Ui.ll.e. Tal. dilnk I. 1 our papers and one to the Cumberaud Is prepared forOMUeutlaa If ho woulA pivsli Lagreo profusely, -- ..VStf -. MWrti? '"Tis a fault of the head, and not came up laughing and sed he was land Presbyterian for publication and I would agree to rewrite tho play so n3 wmu-w-sglad they ducket him he had saved of the heart a fault with which, too, ft to give him n chance. Then if 1 could also a copy be sent to the .relatives of fttfrJMft- .-' -- r. At ah urujmii. sen it at on. ana sun a paexara. If name tho man to play Lagreo I would bo I am willing to part; perhaps you $2.50 and tiey mite duck him the the deceased. KatikCoomdes, oucsn not vet lt,aendrouradUreirurfre.,unna. next day for the same il there was almost too happy. might take mc in training." Adah Baird, Com. aftATou f.hooiAvauo. i.,uor.A. v. Wo havo been playing lictween Peter any failre to agree it was on the way Henry Osdorn, VIII. Jackson und thoUaroucss Diane for homo v&X. v. Mr lie)to the creek in price and after all this Now, whether she meant it, or did weeks nt this writing. Artistically they Wine Hen Advertlae. ORUQl'UTITT. BHtUWiJUTT. differ in only ono twrticnlar. Tho baronshe but jest, VI have no means of he crept in the granjury room and EXCHANGE. ItCurf.Coldi.CouthijSor.Throit.Crcop.InSui.. ess has good clothes or did havo prior kuowing; perhaps you may have got behind the Commonwealth and n ainK boutn, uroncmiu ana Aimmt, A toOgden whilo Peter has not. Will a wise merchant ever cease to ttrt'ln cure lor Comumption la flnt iU(ei, and guessed; but the deacon never paused tried to do somthing with the boys I ur. relief la tdrueed tt.f... u. t onco. Tho baroness has already socked 0 You will ie. th. eirillcnt effect tftrr teklnc tb. reckon you would say the granjury advertise? Yes, when trees grow upconsider, to iclo tho opening which admiring frit 4cm. Sold by de.lera iT.rrwbere, Ztrzt side down, when n beggar wears tottlciiOceaUaaitl.Oa friends thought they saw for her. Calilie caught at t'ac offer before it got forgot their sense not to notice crown, when ice forms on the sun,a fornia Is not n good stnto to visit with n sutch stufflet all this pas as there is a cold, as if he was a broker, whose when our "Johnny gets his gun," poor entertainment unless ono has return CREAM "puts" were unsold when the mar- cat under the box nnd I can turn is out when golden dollars get too tickets. cheap, Spring fly il it is necessary a ket no more might be called or conThe baroness docs not get her titlo by descent. Sho subscribed for It. 1 think, The above letter was received at when the women secrets keep. When trolled, and she was the last bidder. IT WAS A ItniJCP TO LOOK AT THE COW. got it that' way. nnd this office withou any name, but we the "man in the moon" weds, when IX. YEARS FOR Her husband's uamo was Paron, inon the back row sits bald heads, when In tho meantime Mr. Goodman cats a The Deacon, now filled with a pious publish it so that the public may the fish forget to swim, when a monklight breakfast, relying on a lato lunch, stead of Petio orGeorgo. I have a neighHas led all Worm RemadlM. which Mr, Davis pays for. bor in North Carolina named General design, called on his neighbor next know some of the afflictions of a ey sings a hymn. When the girls go EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. In another letter I will Rpenk moro evening nt printer. West. IIo was named tho same way. Ho SOLD EVERYWHERE. 9, nor mincing the matback on gum, when no politicians m 1. a is tho owner of tho celebrated mule Mary, fully of thostatoof California and its adEiciUBDsoii MDicm co., it. ton. tmu Kor Mtialcnl People. schemes, when a small boy hates a The baroness followed us heroically as vantages over Maine asu wiuter climate. ter with subterfuge, fine, he argued at The Soilg friend for April is at drum, when mince pies make pleaslength on the nature divine the law far as Ogdeu, aud thero tho constabulary CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. at tho dctKit laid violent hands on tint on the orthodox line.beginuing with liand with its wealth of Vocal and In ant dreams, when it's fun to break a T!?e Quarterly of baggago of her company. It was sad tc total depravity. strumental Music and its bright, tooth, when all lawyers tell the truth, Slail. Copies, . 40e A SURE and CERTAIN CURE witness tho sccno. aud instructive paragraphs when cold 'water makes you drunk, Perhaps Miss McFlcet could scarce. l.to Per Tear. known for 10 years as tho BEST It is bad enough to enter San Franciscc Bond Tolaai.s, 8.00 ly refrain from curling her lip with a and articles on Vocal Culture, Church when no fire comes from punk, when REMEDY FOR PILES. nnd competo with u great city full of rnpirM ty mciutinsox atoicixc co., sr. tons. Di'iiIiicn Cmimit Iio t'ltrril talent when ono has all the clothes ho smile of disdain as the deacon ran on and Instrumental Music, Theory, the drummer has no brass, when these la wrr namea '. il tckwi, u niu can get, but to undertake n difficult rolo by local applications, as they cannot in a monotonous strain, making the Musical News, etc. Among the things all come to pass then the aad --hick GEO. K FISHSR. ..err umwaraadWuklSioa, TieuuiT U(.. thero while ouo's clothing is In Ogdon is reach the diseased portions of the llliamuuln. ik.i I Brltkltlitr..4cjol Aocd I. do luwwv'.A. B. WINSIIir, Idlio. jmiiatl tt M said to bo ono of tho saddest things in ear. There Is only one way to cure ways of salvation sufficiently plain, pieces of choice music in the number merchant who is wise may neglect to . " A uuftil. ttn.tjr sad pablluttae. I tai but she kept a straight face and are "May Margarite," "Tired," both advertise. etago life. nock .truck with th. variety or wild lsfora.tioii m mm Soientlflo American Deafness, nml that is by constitutionag. 14 cnil.M. Into to lm.ll e compel.." PRaS. J, G. This Is especially truo whero tho clothes solos; also, "That Land made out to maintain becoming and are beautiful SCHURMAN, Ca.U Unit Mlir. IUut. H. T. Agenoy for al remedies, Dcnfnes is caused by an fc constitute tho motif of tho play. dignified gravity. ofIove,"by S. W. Straub, and a I'm ul fcr hidler BooVxll.r lad N Dula Heaolullona. In Salt Lako City wo received at tho inflamed condition tSMurfccml th. Wockt. wko will l,o rtc.lv. .uUcrlplloaa, of the mucous or will number charming instrumental X. Ik. Whereas, As the Congress and receipt b. mailed direct to .v place I. aad Foetal UaToa ea door a $3 bill, which wo havo since lining of the Eustachian tube. When bound voluaMa, of tk. price for el.f !. ceple. SuUcripttoni. f I ?s Addree. , learned is not negotiable. Will tho man O, Cupid! O, love! O, fantastic Sparkling Polka. The music in this Senate ol the United States have been Fevtlfa CURRCNT HltTORV, becomes inflamed you have who paid It in nt tho window pleaso mako this tube MTHOIT, MICH., U. number would cost nearly $1.00 squandering the peoples money by beu rumbling s,ound or imperfect hear- sprite, what parodic passions . itMia it right should theso lines meet his eye? at regular publishers price. The virtually voting themselves an inTO 'SB 1 tVEW CAVEATS. It is a pale green "bill for $? and teems ing, and when it is entirely closed come your delight! what derisive TRADE MARKS. til journal of crease andvotingexhorbitant pensions to havo been ihsued by tho Firtt Natural deafness is the result, and unless the fondness you love to excite! you Song Friend is a DESIGN PATENTS. In the hurry and bank of Salt l.ako COPYRIGHTS. atoJ would get up a match bftwxt the day rare excellence. The subscription (to the widows of some of our deceased For Informal Ion nnd free Handbook writs to rush at the door I took it whilo rehears; deafness can be taken out and this and the night, or marry a humming price is only $1 a year with a prem- Statesmen. .Be it, therefore, MUNN & I'O.. Wil H1.1umv.Ar, nkw Yohk. tube restored to its normal condition, ing nly pieco to myself. Clilnt buronu for rccurlnx pntonta In America. ium of three pieces of select music. Krcry imtrnt tnVon out liy im I. hroucl tiofnro boacon-stricto- r Resolved, By the F. A. & I U., of I would not ask to Jiave thu amount hearing will be destroyed forever; bird, dainty and "bright, to too irnuiis tiy u iiutlco glvm Irco of cliarga In tno witlr a big nppntite so ran- The publishers, S. W. Straub & Co. Ohio county, that we protest against madegwdundorordinary circumstances, nine cases out often are caused by caMrs. P. Harris, R. L. Britton nnd but wo tiro so far from homo and carriage, 245 State Street, Chicago, offer to such procedure, and hereby place the tarrh, which is nothing but an inflam- dom you shoot and capricious. Dean, M'g'rs nnd Props. hire is so steep hero in California that wo O, Cupid! O, love, O, whimsical send one sample copy for 10 cents, seal of our condemnation upon the T. F. I.arccat clrrnlntlon of any nclcntlHo papor In tho ed condition of the mucous surfaces. feel n little crippled by the loss. viunu. rriuii'iiuiT iiiuairaivu. No lntflllueul The only modern. built Theater lrivo-lou- s and make liberal inducements to can- action. And hereby call the attena uian enoukl bu without It. Woetl Sprint: opens beautifully in this state We will give one hundred dollars shade! O, volalatile joker! O, mouths. AtiaroM ri Bll.lx UU1 liroaawuy,M)n York tion of our Representative in Congress in the city. euuLuiiUM, Uty. jade! what nuptials vassers. Wo rodn down from the Summit in tho for any case of deafness, caused by The only Theater playing first-claand we ptopose to hold him personalnight, after a long journey through n HOWAW TOWN. catarrh, that cannot be cured by you ever have made perversion, dewinter season of unusual severity, and lusion, deception.is your trade; and for C. I,. Miller's ly responsible for not .raising his attractions at popular prices. April when the day dawned we were In tho Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send lor cirBROWS IJW.V BITTERS Situated on West side of 4th nve., yet, oh, Cupe you are delicious. letter on the whisky question. Would voice against such an uncalled for Sacramento Yulley, with the song of tho culars, free. CurcIudlKC3tlor, Jlllloiuni'is, Dyiiepjlu, Mala. waste of the peoples' money. Di'blllty. I'hyilIII the between Walnut and Green. XI. bobolink ami the scent of violets tla,'crvouiitM, and nensral to God every man, woman and child F. J. CHERNUY & Co. Toledo. O. clans rt'CtminieTiiUt, Alhlcul'.raM.'Ult, Genulna It ii li'inl to dus:'ribo how two air. J. P. Miller, Pres. F. A. & I.U. Prices 50c, 25c, 15o and 10c. have temperO'Dum, who adored but his Iord was against it. bastiaJo marlc uuJ cruuril red Uuchoii wrapper. Sold by all druggists, 75c. worn and fro.u men. after weeks tif unW. G. Fulkerso.n, Sec'y, Ohio Co. and his pelt, and Milly, who loved ance as far, as we can; true temperinterrupted Btoi-- nnd frost, Minded by her adorable sell were alike stricken ance is one of tho best morals of the tojoii rtuaaoS ptrt FOIt nVHl'KPHIA flin ilnzzllnir nnntv ntnl en. iinllml with Man - Persons .. fauanaul f lODO B1IU .Mwtf down by the mischievous elf, who present day. And oh, how much to . Happy aad contest fa boraa with Tht Ko. U.o llroini. Iron llllteri. Uro ljrol.cn down l.tiin orertrorlcor houicbold StlOI3rp " puw Xiduaqa wot oyea nnd croupy wolcomo tho green ilHOinb t'hyslclam recommend It, uoluU!UOQ I be desired by the true people ol God. chatter a lamp with the )!ht of tb norelac. "fj? . Drowii's Iron Dittors shot them from quiver plethoric. iHiu joj l1 (rrass and tho spring as thoy burst upon All dealer keep It. $1 no per liottls. Oenulna rebuild! tho ulilt dliresllon, remoTce ox. I and eroawJ icil Uuet on wrapper. is has The deacon emitted iiupausiojiatc The cause of temperance uii in a moment. Ctku,wrlle RochcilM Lamp Ca,NwYotk, nvKVieiY fncixxi nfJK rn.UM.OV ceu ol We, auJ. cum malaria, ut tfiogoniilno. CJqsp J'cjJr e?3At TDjira, deq Vender, T.W" ONE DOLLAR NYESTHEWE ST. AS BLITHE AS A BIRD. ycirns, and Milly his fervid devotion EVERY MR William Stops at Some Places in California, Mc-Fle- et rli-r- m-fo- -- red-lett- ICKKX. .. ffimm T u. A W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE returns; and the flame of affection steadily burns the iucl is Cupid's caloric. XII. The end of the matter is not hard to state. For a time the good deacon toiled early and late to set the fair feet in the "way that was straight;" but Cupid came in, the unbidden his arder and zeal soon began to abate, and he lelther poorsoul to its ultimate fate, and sued for her hand with vehemence. O, never has love so fervently sighed; O, never has suiter so sued for a bride, in sun nor in star, nor in the vhole world wide, nor yet in the land of Van Dientan's. XIII. She got him, God bless him, good Deacon O'Dum; and the warmth of her beauty has thawed him out some; he has lost halt of his grimness; he rarely is grunt no husband could come in more handy. lie got her, God bless her, nee Milly McFlcet; the deacen's example has made her dicrcet; there is no woman more sweet to honor its father they call their son Pete their joy and their story are now both complete O, Cupid, my boy you are a dandy. XIV. I am not superstitious, nor any such truck, but here is canto fourteen dear reader, just for luck. 1 Eowo lie-hol- - - IV, Tames Sraltli, Attorney at Law, Slngo, Attorneys at Law. Perry Westerfleld "Wedding; Attorney at Law, KAETPOED, Roslne, XSLsr.l 1 y. 1 Hartford, Ky. i- IGHT IUNHIHG I ssWimmj Willi se HaiiVJ Irwrm DENTIST. all-wi- tf 1 ' 1- q016i75i' vflR grief-stricke- 7LKg neci-dent- awsmmawinHP tinclo-tonileall- imfSMxm M aor LAME'SMEDICIHE tltcald. Jfefr 1 fr $10,-00- WORMS! WHITE'S TABLER'SDII C BUGKEYELiU OINTMENT: ViRMlFME 20 roister ,m tJM M ,w, klra-ctu- v ..JSt mw "aij .. 32-pa- Harris Theater, LOUISVILLE, KY. left-hand- ss 1" -' It's j- -- 1 trado-mar- to-da- alvi &t.. . t '.VI s. . J , V A . . '.& t. v Hartford Republican punnrnmin bvkrv p' nuv jrortNRJo. J4. ft. RAOXKM, Rilltnr unit Proprietor. FRIDAY, VPRfL 2L. 181)3. Tm? recent f intd nnged the crops in Tenncdee, JnKii;pi and Arknn. PkoiuaJII., wcit Republican day in the city election, time in many years. Tues- the first At Park Rftpids, Minn., snow ha fallen fn the liwt few Hays to a depths of twenty inriie. TnR firfnrmrr in a newr tempernce pnper at Brtwliiijy Greem h m a splendid little sheet. OnnnoB ,f TTi?KWi.ayouiir, farm er Iivinor near M.arrodnlmrx, commit ted suicide Tuesday hy taking strych nine. He had been drinking. Brvjium hna taken another step to- ward Republicanism. The Chamber through a misapprehension of tlte du of Deputies through fear of revolu-tutf- on is charged, and because of his efforts ties of life There are will grant universal suffrage. to atone for the guilty past. This ap- good women and men too, who have peal might have hail more effect il for themselves some grand ideal 0VR.Nuono is making ettensfve Mr Roach had not returned to Wash- built in which they propose to themselves arrangements to entertain the G, A. ington nnder circumstances that have build a temple of good examples and R, Encampment on the 2l!th four. attached to htm the suspicion of anleave the world better because of their Ohio county should be well repre- other crime bribery. The position good works, forgetting that the world sented. ot Butler, of South Carolina, Mills, is too practical to be greatly influencof Texas, and other Democratic Sen- ed hy a lite lacking a focus. No great CosoRRKWAy, Asher G. Carnth, ators, in maintaining that the Senate man or woman has ever succeeded in 01 Louisville, who has been sick at had no authority to investigate any- eliminating- home from the Washington for some time is improv thing that happened herora a man and left a perfect life picture. While ing in health, but losing in political was elected Senator, the power ot the there are many hapless homes, there popularity. State that sent hint being paramount are many ahout which cluster the and not to be questioned, is simply a heautitudes of approtimate heavenly Trrn Livermore CkmnvJK is the rediculoui stretch of old States rights j biiss. No hie is perfect in its pow-- I name of the latest visitor to our ex- ideas; but by the aid of old king cau- ers, nor mil in its richness to bless, change table. Tt is a bright, newsy cus the Democratic Senators who be- -' that does not enjoy the strength of a paper, and we wish our new neighbor Iieve the investigation should be happy home influence. a long and prosperous lite. made there is a number of them The rir3t telephone that was ever were compelled to aquiesce therein, used was not electrical, nor was it a Wir-mR. Morrwsow, the advoIn order to get the votes of a su.Ticient scientific instrument in any sense of cate of Horizontal Tariff Reduction, number of Democratic Senators to the term. A little more than 50 years is now in favor of replacing the tax pass a resolution in caucus against ago the employes of a large manufacon sugar. Huch x plan may please making this itvestigation, Senator tory beguiled their leisure hour3 by the Democratic Tariff tinkeren, but Gorman had to acknowledge to his kitedymg. Kites large and small a Tariff on sugar will not please the Democratic colleagues, who did not went up daily, and the strife was to people. know it, that if made there was great see who could get fie largest The danger of a national scandal being twine which held ther.i was thread Ottr Cromwell correspondent, as unearthed which woutd necessirily spun and twisted by the Ladies of the the reader will notice, hm punctured be disastrous to the Democratic par village. O.iediy to the tail of the Afr. J. L, Taylor's bubble in regard ty. largest kite was atttchel a kitten When Mr, Wanamaker was Post- sew.-- in a canvas bag. to the alleged lack of "backbone" on with a netting the part of the County Court in or- master General he made a ruling shut- over the mouth to give it air. When dering the election on the whisky ting out from the mails as lottery the kite was at its greatest height question, but he did not go far enough. matter all circulers isseued by real es- 200 feet or mare the mewing could Had he been acquainted with the tate speculators or others, offinng to bedirtmotly heard by those holding I circumstances he could have truthfully give away lots as inducements to the 3tnn,'. To the clearness of the purchase other lots. This week at atmosphere waa attributed the said that many of our citizens who hearing the instigation of Congressman Chip-ma- n, of the kitten's voice. This is signed the petition to itihmit the questhe first of Michigan, Genaccount we remember of speaking tion will vote against the saloons. eral Bissell reversed that ruling. along a line. twen properly When the petition had It may be true that Mr. Ady has The troubles of the gay young cenpresented it was mandatory on the no valid claim to the seat now held sus enumerator, John F. Doyle, of Judge to order the election. by Senator Martin, of Kansas, but Skar.eatles, who stole a kiss from even if that were an absolute certainAJir.Tvir.T.E. pretty Mh. Tamer Wilson, while on W. If. Newman, Louisville, was in ty it would not have justified the un- his census taking trip and against derhanded methods resorted to by town last week. whom .1 jury in the county court reX. Simpson, Reedy, was here on Senator Gorman to prevent an honest ported a verdict of $300 have not yet investigation of Martin's right to the business Monday, come to an end. The judgment Prtve-lege- s Miss Lizzie Miller, Nash, wisited seat, after the Committee on again3t Doyle amounts to 5405. 20 and and Elections had formally friends here last week. he has not yet paid the amount over Master Eugene Gray, of Memphis, agreed to report a resolution to the to Mrs Wilson. Recently Doyle was Tenn., arrived last Friday morning. Senate authorizing that investiga arrested at hid barber shop in Sfcan-eitlHe will spend the summer with his tion. After he had learned that the on a body execution and was Committee had agreed to report that grand-fatheH. Gray. tiken to Syracuse. The young man's Mrs. Effie Rozarth returned from resolution. Senator Gorman went to father, John H. Doyle, and James 11. Senator Vance, Chairman of the Imisville Thursday. Huxford signed surety bonds in the and told him that the ComMrs. N'elia ffarned returned from penal sum of 53:0.40. twice the mittee mustnot report that resolution, Millwood Sunday. amount ot the judgment Doyle will but must vote, that is, its DemocratF". Nash, of Nash, was in tvwn Frihave to remain in the jail limits, ic members, must vote to reconsider day. which will keep him withtr. the terriMiss Maude White, of Big Clifty, the action ot the Committee in order tory of the otd city limits when the is the attest of Mrs. R. ., White this ing the resolution reported. To the city consisted of but eight wards. If credit of Senator Vance and the othweek. he goes into the ninth, tenth or elevMr. and Mrs. Brady, of Horse er Democratic members of the enth wards he will beltableto rearrest Gorman's orders were not th,e family of J. B. Branch, visited obeyed. The resolution was repor- and forfeiture of the fconds. Rogers this week. Mr. Brady is not at work now, so he fo putting in his ted, but it is doublful whether it will FKU..rllll'. be acted upon before next winter, as April :o. Health in this commutime visiting. Gorman succeeded in getting it re- nity pretty good business pretty A. II, Huvsey returned from Louisferred to the Committee on Conting- lively. ville Monday. ent Expenses, which may or may not A. L. Blain is improving. J. S. Farmer and family visited T. Will Carter, South Caneyville, has report it back to the Senate at this D. Royal and family Sunday. session. W. T. Bellamy made a flying trip measles. Secretary Gresham is credited with to Owensboro Saturday. Cale Crawford is sick peihaps he a degree of smallness that is hard to too, has measles. Mrs. Elvira Bellamy spent Sunday Jo, It. Rogers, editor of the Hart- reconcile with hlsability.in his efforts with Mrs. W. W. Royal. to get even with a dead man for havford RBPUBMCAtf, also, a good Many thanks to Mrs. Albina Overing refused to cast his influence for man, Tullakoma, Tenn., for nice porwas In town this week. Dora Sullenger, of color, died Sat- him when he was a candidate for the trait of herself and husband. urday night after a severe spell of Presidential nomination before the The Church at this place is being Republican National Convention of painted which adds greatly to sickness. the iMfi. It is said that Secretary Gres-haMr. and Mrs. John O, Carter relooks of the building. At our regunot satisfied with dismissing lar meeting, Sunday night, Alfred turned from Irtiisville Sunday. personal friends of the late James G. Buckley made a noble confession and Ltr.MAM. Blaine from the Stite Department was immersed Monday. and Diplomatic and Consular, has the three-yea- r Master Franklin, Married, at the bride's home, on old son of Mr, and Mrs, Taylor Beard, actually taken the trouble to ask the March ifith. P. R. Kelly to Miss died at their home in this place, last heads of other departments to dismiss Martha Hardin, by Elder A. S. Kelly. Tuesday. On the day bciorc the lit- them as fast as they can locate thun. The attendants were G. D. Royal Senator Gorman called on Mr. and Miss Iva Kelly. Alter the cere tle fellow was alone in the room, and netting hold of a match struck it, ig- Cleveland this week for the first time mony they repaired to the dining niting his clothes, The fhmes cov- since he was inaugurated, and, room where an elegant supper await-d- e ered his face in an instant, and the although he did not go to ask for them. Married, March 30th, Geo. he was snubbed. He went W. Bellamy to Miss Victoria Adams. burns caused his death the next day. The child wasconsidered rather bright on his capacity of 1ms of the majorMarried, April r.Uh, Frank Roach to Mr. Clveland in- Miss Veola Brown. for his age and the sad occurreitce ity of the Senate. Attendants, G. brought great grief upon his fond pa- formed him that when the Senate D. Royal and Miss Etta Adams. Tlte rents and brothers and sisters. had finished the work for which writer wishes them all much happithey had been called together in extra ness as they journey through life. Jtrcckcnridgc News. Mrs, Beard is a tieiceof Mrs, Bishop session, he would notify it in the 1 wish to return my thanks to my manner. The program had been many friends for theirkindnessshown of this place and the family is well to adjourn on Wcdnesdayofthiswcck, known here. Grayson Ga.ctte. me in my recent Illness. but it is now expected that it will get Br.ATi:icr.. . Wllllniiia-Konrkaway about that time next week. Mr. A. I, Williams and Miss Josic The slaughter is becoming general 'ril Irfioic .Wrrlil. Koark, of Ctntertown, were married in the departments, and, although st ati! r.Azitrrr., dvkrsiiuhk, tbn'.v.J in Jeffersonvillc, Ind. There the dismissals arc as yet confined Monday to JauI Tuesday afternoon Mr. W. was no opposition to the match but the chiefs of divisions and officials I'rcd Long and Mrs. Ella Smith the young people liked the novelty of not In the classified service, there is a were married at the Methodist Church, Mr. general feeling of uneasiness among the thing mid so they went. by Rev. II. W. Brooks, in the presWilliams is a popular druggist of the Republicans who hold positionH ence of a large number of friends. Ceiitertown,.niid Miss Koark Is the in the classified service. Mr. I.ong, of Beaver Dam, Ky., is the laughter of Mr. W. T. Koark, and n efficient and popular telegraph operaWc wish worthy young woman. GENERAL NEWS. tor at Dyersburgand his bonnv bride t sailing. them is a daughter of our fellow townsman, (Jcorgc Clnpp, formerly known In Mr. Kube Butterworth. The friends Mnllii'Mlrwiis. New York ns the "King of the Boheof the happy pair wish them much Mr. J. W. Mnlln and Mrs. Zclnicr mians," died in a Bowery boarding success and prosperity. Stevens, both of the Liberty neigh- house. borhood, were married at the home Alible Oliver All the murderers J. W. Hale, Jeweler, I'ordsvillc, is of the bride yesterday evening. They nt Morganfield. Ky,, of have confessed arc quite popular, and their tunny and are in jail except one unknown prepared to do all kinds of watch and clock tepairing. Bring or send your friends wish them n long rind happy man, who escaped. 1'fc. tf In a decision nt Macon, Gn,, Judge work to him noble-heartelife-wor- k i l d Post-mastes r, Com-mitee, Com-mitee, Rep-Hcacus-totna- Roili. til itSili-f- f Di'lltll. Spear of the United" States Court in- -j .Torques du Giustcl, biBliop of stntcted the receiver of the Georgia liiul acenmiMiiirtl Lotmj JX (St. Pnllrlm nnrt Thtnir pnlltlenr llmnt Central to observe his contract with IjmiU) on tho African erawule. and till Cfttll till' rt Utvjr .pp-n- i In the engitieera. rinding- tlint nothing Uiul been ,ic 1 rtm Crrpfitil! Judge Deemer, at Council Bluffs, ronipllHhtf unil tlmt tho army w:w ftplcjr l.rtlcr. lit., has rendered a decision defining about to return in dinirniro to France refused to go, tonic lwiva or! his Senator Vorhces has doubtless of- the power of tlte state railroad comfhimtlH. purtoolc of thu diienunent, ten found it advantageous to his missioners, holding that their orders mounted Iuh horsu fully equipped for clients, in his practice before the arc binding on railroads. bnttlu, and in tho sight of tlio wholo criminal courts, to plead guilty and The whia ky warehouse receipts for- army charged alono into thu Surrmen ask the mercy ot tlte court because of geries of A. R. Sutton at Louisville isitnp, whera ho wan at ont-.- cut to pieces. St Louiu ( estenuatinif circumstances, and he has caused the suspension of the attempted to work on the sympathies Sons distillery. & IIikt thu Iltilij. Lmikinl. of the Senators, as he has often so In a fit of madness, a Gernrtn nam- - ' A child who hud been attending a successfully done upon jurors in beed BurkhardtatF.tirbury, Ills., held, Imitlergarten for some months, on half of clients he knew to be guilty, his ' niece against a red- - hetmr introduced to tho now baby, when he so bitterly attacked Senator ren?irtled It critically for somo mohot stove till she was fatally burned. menta and remarked, "Ita nose ia an Hoar for insisting that Itis resolution Switzerland is hunting for anarchists oblnto spheroid 1" Washington Star. instructing the Committee on in consequence ot a rumor that Empeand Elections to inquire into 7nllniuiil. the charge of embezzlement against ror Williams' life will be attempted The first half of thia word ia feorh, Senator Roach and to investigate the while en route through, the republic "youth" or "life." Tho second half in a little uncertain, but may bo consame anil report to the Senate if the to Ittly. jectured to bo probably nanth, charge be true, be voted upon. Mr, Gentian newspapers tmnt the It waa tins Spanish Gotha who Vorhees took an extraordinary course monument committee with cowgave it ita earliest voiruo in the penin admitting his client beg pardon. ardice and fear of the emperor in not insula as Fernanda or Ferniuu San Senator Roach, to have been guilty using the fund and erecting a monuFernando, kmg of Cnsalo, sent it on of the charge preferred against him, ment. to Araon and thence to Naples, and asking pardon for him because where it became Ferdiunndo and ngKsTt"Urtj. Tift ill nffisti mnilrt i tW W"'l- n fl.. T.iMM.ut rt.wrvwIiTOrvlvr of the blameless life he has let! since who wouhl make it a shining uj success EVhnilmL Wir RwdiBim.1 and he committed thecrime with which he Sois-soti1 ilobe-DumocrMat-ting- WASHnSQTOTS. thk nv r.ir...;. April' 17 p. r.. uKiirtarrtRir. As I paused slowly the street, You met me .it your gate; And in your liittid the lilac sweet You called me: "Won't you wait" I answered you and with a smile, I stopped right by your gate; r only spent a little while For the hour was growing late. The lilac that you gave to me, Gave me pleasure anil sweet repose, While from ita blossom, the odor sweeter Cuiic, than from any blushing rose. But now,, adieu, my direst lady, I wish you many pleasa.it Hours, And may your life be long ami slmdv May your path be strew a with flowers. ly ' Prive-leg- es Bis-ma- rk fJiJT- -i nivrl KviMtrinn Riilrt. For the G. A. R. Encampment at wh, trf "dar-inir.- " Owensboro, April 36th. The I.. St L. &T Ry., which ia the direct line to Owettaboro, will make the extrme-l- y low rate of one fare for the round trip from Louisville, Henderson and StriyHl. all its station. Two iron yray mare-- t were tiken np For further information call on or by me as strays on Wednesday, Apr. address the undersigned, u, at my farm near Beitn. The owner Isabella itu fame irrew worldwide. H. C Mordcr. G. P. A. for Again, in Spain itself, it became Her Old Reliable Homestead Fertir-z- er can gtltheiuby calling and paying The Louisville, Ky. tltia advertisement G. W. Hoover. nando and Hernun, in which but for sale hy Gihebier & Burton, Hartioi-.:- , Ky shape it wan immortilized by Cortez. Beda. Ky. 36 jt See J, W. Hale's nice line of JewelWho would have suspected the con- -, ry, consisting of watches, clocks, ,illlH. A Critical Miinunl. queror of Mexico of bearing a name hains, etc, at Fardsville. tf Those persons owm; Dr L. T. Cox which on analysis tnrna out to be The history of thw g of stalj will please cill on mi and settle tlte tta-- . u. ne lotur tory of pntiencv Loniyman'a pure AnglivSaxou lilYfrllxlilvr nn.l tr,irni. same, thereby savin-- ; cost When Benntnuto Cellini ca.st hii COMMEHdAC great Peteiw. acconling to ralt$ 11. L. Hrtwnrx. 37 ;t lulniul Clin In 3ffltiln. t'nder the gambling laws at present which hta -- 1 ""- t . I l.Atlom, The number of animal oils and fata in the stitute books, everybody who nrrm--'t r.' il ha. I nnder C used in niedicino are extremely nu- has set up a progressive euchre game jniciii of tie Gcnditi:n. mitiwl hi irrenTTh re thesocritic! at bu merous. Larsn quantities of oil are to talco to hit biuiiieut Uu w;li ohll-7"- ! of the obtained jn Tasmania from tho mut- in the last year ia liable to be sent to and lenve tito rest of the proceM the penitentiary That niav not have ton bmi and nsttl as a hmmentfor orirniea who m rheumatism, while the fat of the been the intention, but that ia t'te fnjrato buil ia anl to be an excellent law. Our reverend brother Carpenono of theoy specific for sciauca. Coil liver oil ia ter, who is entitled to our respect .is nil into l'ti oT. fMI't. inr J tun came ninliiaj-y- I'arrd hu sickroom, too well known bear more than an ingenious and intelligent adverIIHPT wlicn he I. at J graining mention, and the oil got frcm the with pant, and totd him with man dngonff. an aquatic monster related tiser, may like that sort of a law. but uiiiuucatioua tuat tho pnx.-e;-- s waa KKSoL'l.'i'ES. to tho whale tribe, haa a high repu- we do not Brother Carpenter has failure and that tho mcta vua caked. obstill and seen the Sunday Taws, B'.He iltMiniinted sat tation as a suhnatute for that 370,1)1 l.S'2 Ci hni iprontf trum ui Led, ran tained from the smaller fry of the which are especially in his line ot Renieiinte :j,0l)(l.iji aer iic street and rariilly dragged cod. From (3 to 1 4 gallons of thia me- business, flagrantly and persistently I.OlW.nO lixttirv. . Furniture and a loud of dry oak wood Luck to bis dicinal oil can fo token out of a am violated and lias lioiul.-- i and Bunk ilick . I,:i4t.ti7 furnnc". EIc made a not said a word that roaring fire, trie animal. London Tit-BiDebt." any body knows of, but when he see U1.-I- 1 in suit. t'tat t!; base alloy in his .. u.ii; rs rind linitiiiTbeen burneil out he threw baud mi S!.pln7 iti t!i 3rarflh. uiutul bud a chance to advertise himself he Cavalry soldiers often sleep in the jumps at it with as keen an apprecia- - Cub in other Batiks . . . .. I7.2M1.IW in all the pewter velsof thehonse-llill- d. saddle after a far.ijung- march, and Theu t ic uiHCil bllbbleil. tho 31(K,;l!l6. ) although it wornd eem lmpowible to tion of the opportunity as the great trreui Poteuiw ktsmisxc, and the maker moral orjan which is lending; the LLAMLITIES. and hia fttthfu! frwnJ.-- . exulted. march on foot ar I sleep at the same time, there are mtlieutie instances current raid against the gamblers ' Capital "luck. ..3:il).0ii.il0 Youth s Cwapacioa of such a feat Artillerymen in bat and tlie Jenersonian Democracy. The D(ipl.-itA Uu.iii'v I't.oi.l.tn. tle have been lra vn to sleep under Commercial has shut up the gam- Dividends ituuitiil . LIU 0 The Itaimn iMift.. rp)rc that a their own srms w 'a;ch were constant- bling houses twice and can afford 80 Due other Bante. .. . ... U) bandit tamuus in hta day. is now r ly firing. Nct Y rlc Evening- Kan. t'.'l.iU let others exploit themselves. Is DiMio'iutunii Kxuuatice. m peaceful . 4'.JMH 75 from Ovua Wtx-cu-retirement not far . will not let itself be worked in order L'niliviihid ProiitB Wntaias mni r.lv-- n Ait it. Many years I: may not fce jenerally known to gratify private and political sinlktt, airo he ave up he aeeve of SLOUfj. W Ut buhls-.- , bet not befor-- ; he had that immis,?ants who desire to get masquerading under the guise of remarried in New York are provided form, :irr.uiLred with a certain number of but it has nothing to sny at a certain chnn a with a plain mid rural pnipciercrs t.- nsatribute pur ihare A divtifuiiil nfi-I.'lstniple-tnuideand well ring free of cost and dunnir tho last against the purr a sum pr. portionato bw two years no .vwr than IS." bndes meaning people who are gratified to now due and pnyuhfnoa dumaniL means. Thss iacome tax ia TC Cox, PiiHsrDK.iT. c have been uppaen with rmaa. New j have any sort of allies. The Com tevted with the grvuttmt romlirity. and twiw a ywnr Ik; -- tnkl Lrisund, iotk L;icer. mercial waa here telore brother Car- ' aeeoiaijuahiil by hfc secretary, col penter and will he here after he ia y.r Su ,. Wlut R. Fmirml. t -- L tcrgrtten. tad. m interest in ! .V von ig- m re iptI la tumtly leer it withi.u r irl. CiHc-j-'r- tu all old man, but Narcot Have 1 intelligent ulvertistng uid driving promoting I don't know ho- j: .i d it is. pur:i"i Carpenter's ability Old Man Tha esn t worry me. admiring brother M D F B .r-a r. jh . ; a.io in that ane. t will continue to co r Hovr bad lr w .a hat Tm afraid cf. - k-to.r H.irt urJ X- opperate with him in good works. Jt ftuilrnt Itr;-T- H fr-quwklr Contain 'fm Detroit Free itUe!ou CwiUr charor "'l name. Thu b k U Vn r at lira al nca.-tmM.uf-asane. laon a The water ia getting" over low bottoms. A little more rain and com planting in the bottoms will be delayed. S. Calvin Taylor and J. S. Brown shipped a nice drove of hogs to Louisville, for which they got top prices. James Eerrym.m bought a fine mare from Clay Taylor, for which he paid $ To. Sheep here sulfcred for blankets the past week, a great many having been sheared in this neighborhood. Sep Elliott a.i.l wile visited Esqr. W. I. Rowe'j family ystcrday. Miss E.itmu ia visiting relatives 111 Knckpnrt this week. Miss Came T.iv'.or viaited her uncle, R. S. Taylor, lost week. Bro. McDanie! in.I ivife have been viaiting tnen !.; Tiers the past week. Bro. McDmiel preachel toa largeand attentive audience Suit lay. An announcement waa ut.i,ie to organize SunSunday School next Sunday. day Sclioot ia maeh needed at Taytor-towM.iv tlte citizens go out and elect jrood o'Jicsr3 an ! have .1 good sell ol is niypi.iyer Dixnt. r.VTl.lRTIWJ. Green River boom. Chill eoiilil imtjump on Mtl. twnrmiM frtiwl "IvaM m uf vy of Amri-an- n unllur. on nnr ami "istnnlili ' tlicmwltu rurmiltury pro-Dut wtn-- it eamn t tlw Ami"rtis.i nation, im turn, thu Iovt to .tiiwr but tirtM whi"n rmn1, anil tBirn w t no nneitfon Um.'LH Sam wiw Uii-rImtwliatlM "ww la It ' Ttln warthomothln. iimMM arturiUMuBMan .VMnrc.-rrru1 noon Dinr-- Tim 1 inw in tra of Dr fnnr'n Itlilmiy tail Oiu-l- i who Cur It man vry-tlilniny tno who warn It la Unown imt uralnuwit If you ora Nv?il down wttn Mny or BloM Impnrltk, remain of noeii wh, tairntUur wllil tlirlr Uln iimptloni, iTofnl, i!ypttn, Imilt". tun Blur, wiirtnn, hi"itl sIpi'ltM, nlt rhnnm. or iny Ulni'rit unVrtbvn. i iriMlin hrirt ilium. rlcumntHm, itropy,tA, IM usn mrnns v nintomOon to h"iftJi, xn e Ustla In dtp, iliirlil ehiflii. itrnuth anil hnppln. yon DPln If "on iliru" short itmi-naro In nmnl talcu i Dottla hum If nut tflrcn muflay rsramlea. TM7 itrt dtfttlll. a wltnir nl - til iilSK 'IUI1TF0RD t ' ......... - liv-tni- -- jruit - to-w:- d ir .m-irlu- ;.-- -- a ! Prs v- j- - eotsAjy iv eo' -- CAStBIEH'. SECOND- Annoaneemenf. We desire to announce to our customer? and friends that we are just back from the market where we purchased a well selected stock of PFTZH CAjSMtfJiafS 'BUS MEETs ALL DAILY 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. Xow we've no extra TO ALL. miuu M SPECIAL Given iiWflWR mm ALIKE. ATTEMIOiN Public. In our business; we don't need any, in fact to the Traveling oods only need to be seen to sell them. We'll not talk your arm off(o sell ihi a sim or cioincs, tor iiyou win only inspect the quality and prices you will be sure to bujr. We can suit you from the cheapest to the very finest, in men's, boys and children's clothing. our Callonusforhauliiff A good saddle horse, Spring wagons and teams, Easy rides to B.Dani, Buggy horses and harness. In fact you can get Oar Line of Shoes Has been bought with great care to suit you. have the nicest Line ot Try them and see. We Notions bver latest things out, & Gent's Furnishing Goods Our Line of Gent's Xeckwarc and Stanley ShirU, of in Heaver Dam, Everything prompt ly and Riaht low in prices, always have Nice rigs for hire Day or night for Both rich and poor, Under all circumstances. Hough or good roads Travel is all tho same On our ' Bus Line and No extra charge for baggage. As we In Jact, we are full up on every line. A beautiful line LADIES DRESS GOODS, Comprising all the latest Styles in Colors. Cottotmdes, A full line of'Stnple Dry Goods, Remember our htc, Ktc, as cheap as ever. U uow open for your inspection. Corao in and let us price you through. Beapectfully, D. J. COLEMAN A CO. Beaver Dam, Kentucky. Flour N. B. We handle a full Lino of Groceries and sell the Best made in Kentucky lor $5.00 per barrel. mini i eb, ff9 h ( .. -- vSU? ,., jJrAAftirfJ,jx,gJSfe , i . LwarjLYtV.--- f . - ! M Hartford College Report. Quarterly report of the general avHenry Wright, Magan. called toscc erage of the students of the Collegiate Atbuckles Coffee, 25c, nt Stevens & Dcpartmmtof Hartford College and us Tuesday. Collins. Loyd Mills, Bamctt's Creek, called Business Institute for the third term, ending March 24, 1893. Maximum, Cash paid lor Eggs and Huttcr, at on us Monday. evStevens & Collins. W. T. Roark, Centertown, was in loo; minimum, o. We desire that ery patron of the College receive a town Tuesday. We sell Groceries cheaper than anyof body. Stkvkns & COM.INS. J. J. Midkifl, Whitcsville, called to copy these reports: Ruth Coombcs 98, Eva Pirtle 98, see us Wednesday. The continued cold and rainy C. W. Parrott, Beaver Dam, was in Floyd Crafton 98, W. A. Stewart 97, weather is quite discouraging to the Ella Cox 97, Jno. H. Wood.97, J. R. the city Wednesday. STEVENS & COLLINS FOR GROCERIES. PERSONAL onsumpiion That dreaded and dreadful disease) iWhat shall stay its ravages? Tliousands 'say Scott's Emulsion of pure Norwegian cod liver oil and hvpoDhosohitcs of lime and soda has cured us of consumption in its first stages. Have you a cough or cold acute or leading to consumption? Make no delay but take Seott'sEaBleJoB out Couftha, CeMs, Caneumatlen, Scrofula, and all Anaemto and Wasting Dleeaeee. Prevents wasting In Children. Ataoet m palatable aa ailk. Oct oaly the craalae. PreYork. THE ALMIGTY DOLLAR IS THK DOLLAR YOU SPKS'D WITH US. BF.CAUSK WE GIVE THE Greatest Value FOR YOUR MONEY. QUALITYis of FIRST IMPORTANCE. QUALITY JOINED WITH Ho-- w IS THE Prices wmw mxmte We Keep Quality. WE SELL it at LOW PRICES. .wrSEF. OUR SPLENDID STOCK- AND FOR SALE AT PRICES THAT MAKE THE DOLLAR M1UIITY. Ucmcmher we want jour Wool, Eggs and FwHIhts. Fair Sros. -- & Co. OF- - PROPRIETORS Hurlford Temple of Fashion. FRIDAY, AiMtlL'-'- l, IbOS. I I PREMIUM! One nice Patmt Head Guitar given toanyonc Buying $25 ooworthofgoods (except oils and paints) nt my House between this and January '. 894-$00 worth ol goods bought at one time entitles purchaser to one ticket. Resp'y, guitar. 25 tickets L. B. Bias. Hartford, Ky. 1 1 Miss A. B. Lewis & Co. take pleasure in showing you their goods and telling j ou what is stylish. If you need any repairs for your Sewing Machine Gross Williams, the Singer Agent, can get them for you. C. Riley, Kindcrhook, delivered a hog weighing 3S0 pounds at 6ic. to B. F. Gray, Beaver Dam. How's that for hog. J. Buy your suit at Fair Bros. & Co. Fair Fair Bros. Bros. A: Ac Co. are bargain-giverCo. want your Prod-uc- c. Gross Williams, the Singer Machine Agent, has moved his office to his residence. Remember this when you need needles, bands, rubbers, shuttles, oil, &c. Don't use mean oil on your sewing machine, when 011 can get the best for the same money at the Singer Office. Pest line ol Pants at Fair Bros. Co. & Bargains in Millinery at Fair Bros. &Ca & Co. ' Guoss Williams, Agent. 4-- Finest line of Clothing at Fair Bros. Indies Slippers irom Kahn's. Carson & Co. groceries. 50c to $1.75 at 4-- Best calicoes at 5c. 4 best bleach cotton, 4 best heavy brown cotton, 6c. Fine brown cotton, 5c. Indigo Blues. At Kahn's. 6c. V Lum Wise, n former citizen of this county, and once Jailor, got drunk nt New Millinery Goods just received Sebree last week and on his way home was struck by a train and killed. His at Carson & Co. many old acquaintances will regret to & Co. nnd get you Call on Carson hear of his sad end. a nice straw hat. Why buy these "Cheap John" SewBiggest line of Shoes in Ohio couning Machines when you can get the ty at Fair Bros. & Co. best on earth (Singer) at the rate of Look at the best clothing lor the 10c. a day. Gkoss Williams, lowest prices at Kahn's. Sole Agent for Ohio County. . Call and see the pretty stylish hats, Since last Sunday Rough River has at Miss A. B. Iewis & Co's. been nearly bank full, and several Ice lor sale nt any time and any thousand logs have passed, bound for tf Evansvillc. A great many of them quantity, nt Williams Bros. stopped here for suppliesand business Everything neatly trimmed in Fair with our groccrymen has been good. Bros. & Co.'s Millinery Parlors. Mr. Anderson Blainc.of C.meyville, A new line of Furniture, just re- who has been ill lor several mouths, Cahsok & Co. ceived. has, under the close care of Dr. NesCall for Carson & Co's. Clover tor Barnctt, considerably recovered,-anLeaf Shoes. They arc what you need. it is sincerely hoped by his many are in good taste and the friends that he may be fully restored. The hats latest .styles, at Miss A. B. Lewis & The old firm of Hocker & Tabor, Rosiue, has been reorganized with the Co's. same members, D. M. Hocker and J. Carson & Co. have the pretticstand W. Tabor. They have purchased the Come and see cheapest Millinery. store owned by Gaines & Read, Fords-villlor yourself. and Mr. Hocker" has moved his Domestics, Prints, Ginghams, Cot- family over and will open up nt once. ton Goods of every kind below cost nt Jo. Crow, of color, aged 107 years, Fair Bros. & Co. died at Livermore last week. During s Buggy nt n slavery he was the property of Elijah You can get a fair price at Casebier & Burton's. Crow, and by working spare hours he Call and sec them. saved enough money to buy himself. Novelties in Plaid Velvets, He bought his wife and had made Lntcst Silks, Laces &c, for Dress Trimming several payments when Lincoln set her free. He was lionest,upright and nt Carson & Co. well respected. Prof. W. P. Arnold, of Lcitchfield, Carson & Co. want your wool, your will open n teachers training school meat, your lard, your homemade carat that place Mny 15. pet, your feathers, your eggs, your JohnB. Ralph died at his home near chickens, your butter, your flour, Magan Monday nnd was buried Tues-dn- y your meal or your anything else you at 2 o'clock p. m. may have to sell, for which they will The Hunting Club have had their pay the highest market price and exnnd she now floats on change you dry goods, groceries, furboat the water like a thing of life. Mr. niture or anything to be had in a genAndy Rowe, of Livermore, did the eral store at prices that defy competition, calking. e, first-clas- still keep lots of Will Spalding, Covington, visited For conveyance to and Ironi Beaver his family here this week. Dam. call on S. L. Casebier or Case-bie- r Fred Baruch spent a few days at & Burton. home the first of the week. Judge E. D. Walker isin Greenville s You can get Rigs or Sadon legal business this week. dle Horses at Casebier & Burton's S. M. Wilson, Rosine, made our day or night. office a pleasant call yesterday. Marriage license: John II. Miles to R. J. Daniel came down from Louis Mary E Ford. J. W. Malin to Mrs. ville to Beaver Dam Wednesday. Zelmcr Stevens. Frank Sullengcr, of near town, callRemember that C. L. Field will sell ed to see us the first of the week. you a Buggy as easy as anyone, with W. E. Morton. Ceralvo, an old College student, was in town Monday. a guantec on each one. Bowman, Whitcsville, called Carson & Co. have the prettiest to J. II.us while in town Wednesday. see line of Indies and Misses Shoes and H. J. C. Lindley, Point Pleasant, Slippers ever brought to Hartford. called to see us the first of the week. Wc present our readers a characWilbur Tinsley, one of Beda's teristic letter from the inimitable Bill staunch Republicans.callcd onusMon-daNye. Others will be presented at intervals. Look out for them. Attorney II. P. Taylor went to Louisville last Friday, returning MonYou make money when you save day. money. Come and see Casebier & R. A. Anderson and E. E. Tinsley, Button's buggies and if you cannot Kindcrhook, went Owensboro Monsave money by buying from them, day. they do not want to sell to you. Call T. M. Smith,' Owensboro, is visiand see for yourself. ting his daughter, Mrs. G. II. Matthews. The Baptist Sunday School takes a Captain Cox went to Louisville collection every Sunday now instead Tuesday after noon returning that of every other Sunday as formerly. So night. small boy and that the candy-lovin- g LukeCondict has returned front girl of Baptist proclivities must save Barton, Fla., alter being absent three those coveted coppers for use on Sun- months. day morning. And the same remark Hiram Maddox and H. B. Tayis applicable to the wax chewing dam-sc- lt lor, Jr.. Beaver Bam, were in the city and dudes of Baptist proclivities yesterday. as well. A. Everett Ellis, Kinderhook, visited friends in McLean county Saturday The following is a partial list of and Sunday. those who have recently taken out inJudce W. L. Hawkins, after spend surance with Col. S. R. Dent in the ing a week visiting in the country, United States Life. The reader will has returned to town. notice that they are among our ery J. II. Nave, Beaver Dam, went to best business men: William F. Schap-mir- Hodgensville Tuesday on business, L. M. Render.Owen J. Thomas, returning Wednesday. Gabnel B. Likens, Ben F. Gray, J. E. Mrs. Luella Johnson, McLean counRowe, Thomas J. Morton, Henry B. ty, is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Carson, J. S. R. Wedding. David Gam- Ann Bennett, this week. mon, J. D. Hocker, R. P. Hocker, Mr. Cecil Sanders is still very ill Marvin Bean, Amos R. Carson, U. S. j with tvphoid fever at his home ou East Owensboro In-- I Carson, Randall T. Collins, Charles L. quirer.Main Street. Hardwick, S. W Hocker, A. C. Hock"Bant" er, E. T. Williams, M. L. Heavrin, Adjutant Gross, Magan, brother of General Jack Gross, passed Frank L. Felix, Edwin W. Taylor, down Tuesday, en route to Evansvillc James M. Casebier, Estill D. Guffy, with a raft of logs. James P. SteN'ens. Mr Dent and his Mrs. J. K. Smith. McHenry, recompany are worthy of the confidence turned Wednesday from Louisville, of the people and thc3 possess it in a where she had been laying in a spring wonderful degree. He is tireless stock of millinery. Rev. J. T. Casebierand Capt. David in his efforts and the fruit of his labor is the satisfaction of know- Duncan, Rockport.were in town Monday in ing that his company leads all others school atthe interest of the graded that place. in this part of the country- - Col. Dent Rev. E. L. Carson, an old No Creek is in the county this week and will go boy, but now pastor in charge of the in a few days to Rochester to pay a Morgantown Circuit, accompanied by death claim to the family of Thomas his family, spent a few days this week J. Gaines, of that place, who died re- visiting relatives on No Creek. m cently and who had a policy in Col. CROJIWELt, NOTES. Dent's company. April 25. Mk. EDiTok: The little city of Cromwell is on a business Important Notice. The committee from the Lecture boom. Every' department of our vaClub, which has in charge the sale of ried industries is flourishing. Our Reserved Seats for the lecture to be merchants have the best trade they delivered here on the evening of May have had for many years, and are rapidly regaining much of the ground 13th by Hon. Henry Watterson, desires to state that those who wish to they lost when the old E. & P. railsecure a good seat in a favorable po- road was put through. The tic business is at a flood tide sition should send in their orders to Mr. G. B. immense numbers of them arc cut, the Secretary at once. Likens has been appointed by the and the large amount of money necescommittee to look after the sale of sary to carry on the work makes times Reserved scats and orders will be re- very flush. The men cannected with ceived by him and given preference iu the work are all quiet orderly citizens. The school in charge "of Miss Edna the order in which they are received. Reserved Seats will be sold at 75 cents James is progressing nicely. This is each, nnd the money must nccompany Miss Edna's first school, but she is the order. Reserved Seats are now on giving general satisfaction. The damp cold weather has had. sale and are being sold rapidly, and those desiring good scats should see quite a depressing affect on the asMr. Likens at once or write to him, pirations of our many young dudes, sending their orders. Strict attention but nevertheless theyyenture out now will be given to the location of orders and then, between showers in their as received and those who secure their loud, loud pants, and louder ties, and. scats at once will be sure to obtain a stmt about to the evident satisfaction, of their dude-ship- s and the amusedesirable location. Tickets will be on sale at the drug ment of the more sober heads. Attorney Heavrin, of your city, was store of Williams, Bell & Co., where the public are invited to call and ar- out with us one day this week taking depositions in some case, the range for seats when in Hartford. By order of the Executive Commit- style of which your scribe failed to learn. tee of the Hartford Lecture Club. I was not a little surprised in lookWMnt la the Mutter with "Jakle" mid ing over yesterdays Republican to the Gamblers. find one J. L. Taylor had so to speak, OWKNSriORO MBSSE.NGKR. sailed into County Judge Morton, beAttorney Rowe Commonwealth's cause in the discharge of his duties was interviewed regarding the unuas Counry Judge he was called sual number of indictments, which upon to order a vote taken on the are being dismissed on the account of whisky question. Anyone acquaindemurrer. He said, with reference to ted with the law is aware that after the indictment against George Rice, the petition was presented it was obfor gaming, which was the one under ligatory on the Judge to order the consideration, that it simply failed election. to charge an offense. The statute deDo you not think it is about time to nounces the offense as "engaging in a be casting about for material for Repgame which money is bet, won and lost. ' ' resentative in the Legislature? There It is necessary to recount these facts are plenty of good Republicans welL in any indictment under the statute, for the place and we should, while in the indictment which was qualified be looking out for the best one. With, before the court it was only stated good man and the right kind of an. that the defendant was guilty of gam- a organization we can win in Noveming, without defining in any way Agri. what gaming was. As to the, other ber. indictments dismissed, Mr. Rowe Ntrlctlyn f'nso of Color. said the reason that moved the court In the Quarterly Court here Wedwere almost as numerous as the cases nesday in the case of John Browning themselves, but were all due to some vs. Tom Walker, both colored, a colored jury was summoned and tried physical defect. the case. The controversy came up over a horse which Browning had E. W. Taylor, who was the princi-cip- sold Walker. The horse died 'soon instigator of the proposed vote alter Walker got it and he refused to on the whisky question, yesterday pay the balance due on the horse. broughtsuiton ground. declared his intention of having the Browning Fleming. H. C. this Pace, Toms Rev. J. J: election withdrawn. He Ross, Jack Collins, Green Bamettand order for the was around for the purpose of Ves Lindley composed tlje jury. F. the cost of the affair which he L. Felix was the attorney for the the had expected to assume. We are ad- plaintiff and M. L. Heavrin for verdefense. The jury brought in a vised, however, by two of Hartford's dict for the plaintiff. ablest attorneys that it is a matter of This calls to mind a case tried here doubt whetherornot the order author- once before in which a colored jury The accused was izing the election can be withdrawn was summoned. for breach of the peace, and the friends of tried returned a verdict in which they at will. At any 'rate the jury Prohibition wiil lose nothing by declared he should be sent to the I penitentiary. keeping their eyes open, first-clasy. c, , al pay-ing(?) farmers. McAfee 97, Robert Nelson 97, Rachie Sandcrfur 96, Carrie Wcemer 96, Sal-li- e Quisenberry 96, Mrs. Simmons 96, Wilson Galloway 96, Sophia Davidson 96, J. L. Brown 96, L. R. Barnett o6,Si-la- s Griffin 96, J. Ham Barnes 95, R.E. Lee Simmerman 95, Nola Clark 95, Etta Thomas 95, Siddie Davidson 95, J. L. Elmore 95, Ella Herring 95, D. E. Miller 95, Fannie Render 94, Anna Foglc 94, Ida Render 94, Mabel Hubbard 94, Lula Johnson 94, E. Tracy 94, Ben C. Gibson 94, A. C. Yeiser 94, U. C. Bamett 94, Anna Chambers 93, Delia Shultz 93, Bessie Maddox 93, Annie Clark 93, Elva Morton 93, Byron Barnes 93, Chas. Ellis 93, Lee B. Mills 93, A. S. Bennett 93, G. B. Slack 93, Mamie Ross 92, Hattie Galloway 92, C. S. McLean 92, C. J. Dunn 92, A. M. Smith 91, Bessie Morton 90, Georgia Hudson 90, H. Prudcn 90, Mary Miller 88, Susie May 88, Henri Hammonds 88, Mattie Bennett 88, Lelia Rosson 87, Alice Bowman 87, L. M. Sanderfur87, Paris Pirtle 86, R. D. Walker 86, R. L. Power 86, P. L. Berkshire 86, J. S. Harold 85, Owen Williams 85, Walter Martin 85, Lillie McGee 85, Lula Mauzy 84, Chas. Waltrip 84, A. D. Park 83, Berta Morton 82, Mary Smith 81, Jessie Smith 80, Jennie Quisenberry 80, A. B. Crabtree 80, M. H. Keel 80, Lula Miller 80, Lida Morton 79, H. W. Robards 78, E. M. Woodward 78, Florence White 78, Oma Westerfield 77, H. L. White 76, H. Weinsheimer 73, Susie Bowman 73, L. V. Bclloa 72, Edna Carson 72, W. D. Moore 7a, D. F. Roll 72, Mabel Kimbley 70, las. P. Thomas 70, Lena Carson 70, Edna Griffin 70, Jas. Lyons 70, Corinne Cox 69, Nannie Young 68, Mary Klein 67, Jas. T. Sanderfur 67, C. Field 60, Jno. W. Faith 60, H. Osborne 60, J. T. Greer SS.Wayne Griffin 55, Willie Collins 40, John May 40, Viola Westerfield 34, Lawton Klein 26, Mabel Brown 25, Jessie Bean 9, George May 2. CLASS DISTINCTIONS. (See Catalogue, Page 26.) FIRST DISTINCTION. Scott's Emulsion pared by Bcott A Bowne, ChomUU, Now Bold by aUDruggUU. Come to Hartford -- TO SEE THE- - "tjsBSKaSSTSHBi SPRING OPENING OF C. L. Field's car of Buggies just from the Davis Carriage Company. He will save you MONEY by Buying from HIM. Will sell you a Buggy, Harness, Lap Duster and Whip from $60.00 up to 75.00. in Cincinnati. The Davis Carriage Company has the reputa. tion of building the best Buggy for the money of any Factory So come and judge for yourself. j Eva I'lrtle 98, Ruth Coombes 98, Floyd Crafton 98, Ella Cox 97, W. A. Stewart 97, J. R. McAfee 97, Robert Nelson 97, Jno. H. Wood 97, Carrie Wcerner 96, Rachie Sanderfur 96, Sal-li- e Quisenberry 96, Mrs. Simmons 96, Sophia Davidson 96, Wilson Galloway 96, J. D. Brown 96, Silas Grffin 96, L. R. Barnett 96, Etta Thomas 95, J. Ham Barnes 95, R. E. Lee Simmer-ma- n 95, Nola Clark 95, Siddie Davidson 95, J. L. Elmore 95, Ella Herring 95, D. E. Miller 95. SECOND DISTINCTION. $100 IN GOLD FREE. In order to induce the farmers and public to keep themselves posted upon the prices of grain, 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. Bpard of Trade, Sep ember 6, 1893. This desirable gift of $100 in gold will be distributed as follows; .. Ida Render 94, Anna Fogle 94 .Fannie Render 94, Lula Johnson 94, Mabel Hubbard 94, E. Tracy 94, U. C. Barnett 94, Ben C. Gibson 94, A. C. Yeiser 94, Anna Chambers 93, Delia Shultz 93, Bessie Maddox 93, Annie Clark 93, Elva Morton 93, Byron Barnes 93, Chas. Ellis 93. Lee B. Mills 93, A. S. Bennett 93, G. B. Slack 93, Hattie Galloway 92, Mamie Ross 92, C. J. Dunn 92, C. S. McLean 92, A. M. Smith 91, Bessie Morton 90, Georgie Hudson 90, H. Prudcn 90. He Lean Coanty. LIVERMORE CHRONICLE. Will be given to the nearest guess to the closing quot tations as Above stated. i4o in ca-oica- . Will be given to each of the next 12 nearest guesses on closing quotations. The average guess on Wheat Corn nnd Oats gets the PRIZE. No guess taken unices on all three of the products mentioned. You should take .particular care to give your guess in plaiu figures on every blank you record. Ever? 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, 1893. No guesses will be recorded after that date. Other prizes to the amount of $300 will be added later on. We are giving more goods to the dollar than any other bouse 3a Grayson county, and our motto is "Give the best goods for the least money." Give us a call. Friday evening while working on a raft of logs, Mr. John Rohmhlll, of Centertown, caught his foot between two logs, dislocating his ankle and breaking one of the small bones. He was taken home Saturday morning. Dr. Hillsman is attending him. Mr. N.J. Burgess, an old gentleman who was reported by some of the papers as dead a few weeks ago, is still living. He was in town Saturday, and requested us to announce that he is "still in the land of the living." Although an old man he looks well, and bids fair to stay with us a long time yet son of Gus. Lan-druof color, ol this place, made a He fatal mistake Sunday evening. went to the kitchen to get a glass of milk and through mistake got hold of a cup of concentrated lye, of which he drank considerable before the mistake was observed. The parents im. mediately summoned physicians, but all efforts to save the child's life were futile. He died in terrible agony Monday night. The four-year-o- ld No Charge for Guessing. Wheat, 73 Last Wednesday's quotations: Corn, 40c; Oats, 23c. ESKRIDGE & PORTER, TE3Lym Quite a little excitement was caused Thursday, just before noon, at the lower end of Main street, and an eye witness told how it was caused. It seems that Lee Maiden, the detective, who has worked up so many cases against the "Blind Tigers," was going down Main street when he came near one of the stores where the animal is supposed to be caged. Here he was seen by a well known lady, whom, he had brought several cases against, and she had a buggy whip in her hand, and as she did not care to let him pass along by her house on the sidewalk, a display of the "persuader" made the "Hawkshaw" take to the roadway. A complaint was made to Judge Newton and a warrant was issued for the whlpwielder. Notice. Any persons having claims against the estate of W. B. Hardisty will present them to me properly proven. Also all persons indebted to said estate will settle at once and save cost. H. S. Ward, April 17, 1893. Ex'rofW. B. Hardisty. 38 St Westerfield, Ky. Oaneyvllle, $37.50 SOUTHERN QUEEN $37.50 noulhla a Ton 1urmr with Dull Roll. Seat i Ii It r - - r- r Hub Bands and Shaft Tips, for above price t ---o- oy Kilver-nlate- - d RaiL. Handles. aa d 3 K5 Write for our New 60 page Catalogue of all kinds of Vehicle, 2Do THE SOUTHERN BUGGY 00. CINCINNATI, --- Aaareu OHIO, U. . A v ; .rfl k. I'v U v I. tf r,- - jrw vrr HUmJHSWAICfiKfittfiMIIMBCSiMSi Ke;asriKsawi;acKiusKaBMtj - Hartford Republican FRIDAY, Al'IUL 21, 1803. A CITIZEN Wrltra Very lVrllnrnt Article, t'litnrliijf ? WI1M1). it Kv., April 15. Whether you acted wisely or unwisely in my first article to the columns of your paper, I am unable to say. but I do know that In doingsoyou license me to inflict another batch of my unvarnished opinions upon n much patient community. If I could write as rapidly as 1 think I verily believe that many useful thoughts would be saved to the world, which as it now is, owing briny slowness in the use of a pen, must be lost forever. So that If these thoughts scarce seem worth the reading you may depend on it, that those others which I thought out but which I could not write quickly enough were very fine indeed. Uy no means must you question my ability ns a thinker, it is only in the writing that I fail. If I could employ a stenographer who could put on paper all the product of my brain I am quite sure I could in a short time make myself notorious, if nothing more. I can, as you will by this time observe, only give you a point here and there amid the great mountain range of my cogitations. Pirst. There has been a great deal said about the ptoposed sale of whisky in the town of Hartford. Now, like most folks in Hartford, I have my opinion about the matter, but in expressing that opinion I do not desire to offend the good people who favor prohibition. I am for saloons and I propose to tell you why. I am for saloons because all the rich and more prosperous cities have them and they ought to be open to the young men and boys who are growing up so that they will not go to them when they are older. The boys of Hartford ought to be allowed to visit saloons while they are very young and as they grow toward manhood so that when they reach manhood they won't want to go anymore. They'll have satisfied themselves by that time. I'm not much of a believer In Solomon's theory, to bring a child up in the way it should go and when he is old he will not depart from it, but rather I believe you should bring up the young in the way they should not go and when they are older I think somehow they will probably by chance get in the right way. At any rate I think the boys and men of Hartford ought not to be compelled when they want a drink to sneak ofl" after it like a thief in the dark and buy it from some fellow who must violate the law in order to accommodate them. We are Americans and Americans are noblemen and it humbles the pride of a noble man to sneak around after a drink. It ought to be found in a saloon at a convenient place about the street corner. A man does not like to violate the law; we have great respect for the law, we noblemen have, and we dislike to comd pel another nobleman, just as as we are, to violate the law But in order to furnish us a drink. he is bound by every tie of honor to do it, and he docs it. I am for the saloon because it will give the town a considerable amount of money in the way of high license. will of course make The saloon-keepe- r a profit, else he would not go into the business. So he will be able to pay a high license. Perhaps even as much as all of $1,000. Of course I knowall those or a majority of the wealthier class class or rather the who drink will keep their liquor at their homes, and will only step into the saloon for an occasional drink.but then there are the boys who will drink exclusively at the saloon and so will the poor, from whom, as you well know, usually comes the saloonkeeper's profit. So you see the saloon-keeper can afiord to pay high license. I am for the saloon because it will increase trade. All restrictions will be thrown off and the men who spend their money with the saloon-keepe- r will, of course, for that very reason, spend considerably more with the merchants lor supplies for their fami lies. Don't you see? And then all these hateful Blind Tigcis will love and will, of course, the .saloon-keepe- r go out of business, because well, anyway they'll go out of business, of course. It stands to reason, you know, that men respect law more in towns where there are saloons than they do elsewhere. It requires no argument to prove that the more whisky the people drink the better health and morals they will have, the more g they will be.thebetterqual-ifie- d to teach theyouug and the more generous support they will give to education and religion. I am for saloons because I believe there would be less whisky drunk in Hartford if we had them than there is now, and as I believe whisky is an evil and am opposed to its being used as a beverage, I am in favor of open saloons in the town. I am in favor of open saloons because they increase the number of consumers in the town. There is the .saloon-keepand his whole family who would be consumers. I am for saloons because the association is elevating. Around the saloon one is thrown with the best people the country affords. The most enlightened, the most moral and religious, mid where, too, one is not bothered with that pest which infests society and which the world for want of a better name calls woman. We are not bothered with her influence and society in the saloon, And then it is gentlemanly to drain the cup; it is a mark of superior IlAUTi'oni), Kditok Rhithmcan. worth, In short, if you must know, it is smart. And here I might rest my cause, feeling that you by this time have concluded with me that Hartford needs saloons and needs them badly, but at the risk of boring you, I will say that I am further than this in favor of saloons. I am not in the tmc sense n citizen of your town, though 1 am to some extent Interested here although I have bought no property. I have business Interests in other places but I think I had rather live among you Hartford people if I can only find something that suits my taste and capabilities. In short, Mr. Udltor, if Hartford only had saloons I might get to run one myself, and this reason together with those I have cited above constitutes thcbasls of my opinion tliat Hartford should vote for A CiTiziJN. whisky. A Krwiiril rH.1( Will be given for any ease of Rheumatism which cannot be cured by Dr. Remedy. Lightning Dntmmond's The proprietors do not hide this ofTer, but print it In bold type on all their circulars, wrappers, nnd printed matter, and through the columns of the everywhere. It will newspapers work wonders one bottle curing any ordinary case. If the druggists have not got it, he will order it, or it will be sent to any address by express on receipt of price, together with instructions for use. Drummond Mcdiciue Maiden Lane, Xew York. 0 Co., Agents wanted. 48-5- mourn her death, besides n host of tt? uev uti rums ens firm. relatives and friends. The remains A Magnificent CI flUCR Collection of were intcried in the F.skridgc grave.VvTT?r. yard near her old home. It is not often that wc witness such a scene as Altiiprl!flKOBrbT the one we beheld last Monday old olil.LatajMlskM llrll. 'ubllhln a n a I ?blr Labub' omlo uII Urr to- women whose hair has been silvered llluMraua alafa-- r tVi Mb ftnd Ibb family cirri., In by time nnd whoso steps were slow, .' It I. dfTCttd W ulft, pot bib. tmtj wetk, BrtUtla MmlUwctk, knelt for the last time by their mothkMna (UeftlftlltB. BOBMkMBiAff. fablnna,Brirln.,Jqv.nll. tftllnr, tr. Ti er's side nnd wept. Their grief seemj3AnuKt$T3& rlliiuru. 1..1U. tBI.iDlrmlar Ihw iBtB .ti.miln. jRaflaVIAViSSi U Binlj Ulrt, hflfclM they couldbcar, through ed more than ... "I happiness and sorrow they rememberI .,1I lVnM toTtirM will ata tn4 Mrtte , Month. and w Bach ed and loved that mother. She was a a .. .,- KamIa. hM n..iu,rtn... llrjMBlbiimmi,Ifetrfrftf rarifft.a. Thiol true christian, which should be a IntMlBf I'.n.l,., Cyrf. t Ibb, Morii, Wul, Dob Mb llrumnion.1,1, llalum, lUMmbrt.lwUtcwurBjBlwrtBmit. b( thMta great consolation to her children and riBnl,l1nkl,Blo.,BIB. Ihla anllra K'B IIobbb tilUclkJJ In. ihrBB l.ioelh. and .BmulM a fr.wla MFbjJ sxdB, put afford to mlaB friends. They cannot talk to her of tln.rbb.I nUbMb. anNly IbJj can BubKriUf IMaa 1Mb wmaat'al . Ind llmta lbs B.laa a taarBoUa af.rj crrcMlBllB. (joifr-raBBHtT flss'-nu- a. aaToill t.fun.1 noTCp. their trials and troubles, but she is ol mcoijbbIIat, aaj Muailns IITon' hiobbj and mjka roaa rrfatal of tola Jon Bra ool BBIWI..I. Ubib la a. all IkB l.J!nj B.wB. el I aad rtllaklB rukll.Mrr Iioobb, ndonl still their mother and nnd is watching Bait Coll Bboo in tbo wotld (or tho piles. Wa b.. ratal.xl lan.lro.la 01 HSiinoaiaia irw, I"- "lH. DKtVKIl, Maiuigcr. Oppueito Uitv Scale. Wa L. DOUglns boeBtoBolrtovoiywli6io. aadurlr.jrlhaM.t Ufa Iaial "J 11 nnd waiting for them in a brighter Vli.j.l. Everybody Bbould wear them. It la a duty tJi raKnl ; ,M.,amaaJfoMfia Ilepniring and r ttMlf 1 4.lrrtlJ. Wc do work ns cheap as anybody, qtinlitv eonsideied. owo yourielt to gat tha beat valuo for tanM tft'P jr home. When my life shall have clos- - M,Jf Ja.J tnn.li At" l am ntu'tr Wjoaow. ""; fa 70a money. EoonomlEo In your tootnont by your M. J ac, vitkm'fmd v a,n f . Give us a call. 11U0G1KS FKO.M $115 UP. fa rtaalaf epainting I it :l y. li- - ... puioliOBlng W. Lb DOUglttsShOOS.vrliloh .lu ww.ijn. ki .. !." ltir ; ed I hope to meet her, my great grand BUDwriofr,, ani i.raca iit.--.i .ii". k Topreaont the boat valuo at tho pilooa IV abovo, as thouaancla can tastily. mother, in that world where happi- otiafad oar bbbJb iA a."on. Biramo. 31M. of anarnioalpua rafaoa. flrua wn-- 1 No SubMlliilr. . arwi bib don'l rat li ofTl Ml ness reigns forever. Nnnononulno without W.I. Itcwnrr K.M Co'totloaa arnt f BOrrBta. Dounlai namo nmt prlco itnmpcd on bottom. Look MOLl.li: H. Tl'NSTAM.. SPECIAL OFFER I J,r..",.'r..i (or It when you buy. (I k.a.uai . al ..I .aUrfV tVJtf a XV, J.. Ilouglaa, Iirochton, Mn, Fol.l by .l IiT sovtb vurr. hitii '" .l! awn.l Following Mr. Howells' lead, ap- M ! lift all frtfl4Wnlll nn IMkltlfif liltlft," ktlitlnn trt tha alv. J. W. TAHOR, Rosine. Ky. KcLfbril Nvrrcl llf. nnbrltif( brtJ net varielk", IntluJini ItomlUn I a. -- ,... .a.la tht parently, both Frank R. Stocktonaud rir.iM, !Hplinliir, Ifi'liarm, urani iTiRVf miWt I Inibla ItttMauan. Mrs. Frances Hodgson Burnett have ant faaKtnnt.i alat. RavoatllU aVTtlhiruttlVaVlt. ind KntiAtwt M.ltsairtl tiniv r f'cttdOptamlXatiiO w gone over to The Indies' Home Jour- int hcftiord moilartel ir dkii knoB.urr,ThT? trow W . Hir ralrftartatxl fUMl fkl A Scientific Machine made on n Hcimtiljc 1'rin-tipl- e. coBtl&twua tiicnihf nf ft., it.MoiMTii r tot tirn Brilliant cpionnr. ft froJuf nal, and the most itupoitaut works by rtii'pn it rrnrfTi.nl ir.mw nUf tSHECP nraieli.Jl.'Hooi.l.KV.H.l). S.ivc their cost a tlo.cn linns a year. It is Atlanta, Go. Olho)lllaiUlt.lniUSU GREAT OFFER 1 these authors upon which they ate ANOTHERrrlca) aa i ill fcoj 1 he ouWIptlon ;;H rlsorr A child can operate it. not niussy or sloppy. of Ikol.a now engaged, will shortly sec publi- Vr, Un.lkr with oof ojajalnoool l.llwll.a BitanBl.ilv advr i.uinvim.i:,Nb'. i.oms vn:.. it.u abo.a dacrlb.J, likwh oaa faWt of tho "'". AJlranit lljBnJ!ollrrl.btBUItkf'l."'f sight. Send for ju ices and discounts. Feds at cation in this magazine. Lgiimll., 3:, Lnii I m; iiUij, 39 Mm my .St., N15W YORK. CKIK &!7$7'&mL$&& mmsdBm va&FREE! , ladl-- ;N1 lUO.IMK) B 11 BBW ..- -t -- (, W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE hliJ"n" Saa"W air-Tn- tiffi-nutl- . -. ! AGENTS Wowat,!,ta!!J ffiry """DEALERS a, harta-- o .tttregC WBi sciii:nt'i.K IN JACK FRQST FREEZER. rl Mi'. high-minde- well-to-d- o er tn.ttnl I'j'nn imrnt of orlil-li- p been condemned ns n mast, nnd nf ter r.i'li.'iittil miJ rutin ly rpputntloti. Jp:ifui years of banging between ships nnd ctircil, uflronrJ'ito.rfi ajnir' Mawlinii, nlti-- nil wharves only tho stepnt tho butt end other trpntiiiontBli.iM' IiiIh.1. IIom tho Uitfliultj remains to tell that it had over sup- iNroiichtiliinil the 1110 iPiiioiiil, full r.tplalnoil Incitviilirii, uiih inn.ln.u nml trrtlinniil.ila of ported canvas. Isaacs' find was made in tho center ctirvo from pionnin nt pi'uplo ,miiloil frio, Wiifh. of tho step, into tho rotten wood of Hi ly llt. A. ro.VI'AlXI-:which ho was idly "boring with his Coughing leads to Consumption. cane. A dozen sailors wnnteu to se- Kemp's Ilalsam stops the cough ntonce cure tho "luck piece," Imt tho wharfinger retained it to tempt fortune 1. 1" I1kvrd, I'rct. .lo. II. IHr.vr, Cakhlcr for himself. Tho custom of planting n coin under tho mast of n vessel is as old ns tho art of shipbuilding. In Of tho Condition of tho early days it wns intended to propitiate the gods of the waters and was universal among all natioiiB. The custom is still practiced to n considerable extent, nnd nine vessels out of ten afloat today will show a bit of minted gold or silver in tho center of the stop of tho mainmast if search ho mndo. Tho quarter picked up by A.t tho Closo of Business Isaacs was coined in 1871, nnd save Decambor 31,1892. for being blackened by tho action of the salt wntcr was as fresh ns tho day KESOUKCICS. it canio from tho mint San Fran-cihcExaminer. Notes and Bills Sli2,72:U!) .'1,000.00 Ileal Ksluto Slmrlliund I.uiiK"n,'i'. Furnitiiro itml Fixtures.. 1.300.00 "Ouo col," ho bmsquely nnnounced ns ho entei-e- a gents' furnishing store Cash 011 Ilniid and 111 other Hanks 20,031.22 on upper Broadway. replied tho girl in attend-tuic"Cert," iei. 893,251.71 Mrs. Lctitia Robinson, aged eighty-thre- e ns she took down n collar and wrapped it up. LIABILITIES. years, died April 2d nt the resii. "Much?" ho queried ns ho toyed Capital Stock dence of her daughter, Mrs. Geo. 823,000. 00 with a silver pieeo. 1,203.11 Ilcservo near Short Cicek, Grayson coun"Quur dol," she answered as sho Surplus Fund 5,250.00 ty. Mrs. Robinson had been a widow gavo him tho chnngo. 102.03 Due other Hanks for twenty years or more. During "O K," ho said as ho turned awny. Deposits '.... 01,308.(54 Robin-soroplicd ns bIio went "Tni la." sho the life of her husband, Elijah their home was on Rough Creek hack to finish waiting on nn old man 803,254.71 looking nt about four miles north-eas- t of the who had boen o' languago neckties.call Subscribed nnd sworn to before mo do you "Whnt sort Falls of Rough. After the death of that?" ho ticked. this Jtimmrv 3d, 1803. her husband she lived with her chil"Shorthand, sir." Slli:i.nv Tayloii, D. C. O. C. i dren, thirteen in number, until one "Oh, that's it'r Sort o' saves your In submitting this no beg to stnto year ago her oldest child died. Mrs. hrcath, doesn't it?" that our business has steadily grown "Course." Robinson was a sister of "old Uncle "Well, 1 don't think I could over each month since our opening, nnd of Breckcnridge Bill Davidson," by tho inoet cnrel'ul.wntclif'iilness and excounty, who died several years ago. get used to it at my ago. It don't n strict observance of'the principles of press enough." She enjoyed life as much as any tbo most cdnscrvativo Hanking, wo "How?" young person and has always had per"Why, land o' love! I want to say hope not only to extend our ucqunint fect health until a few months ago to you tliut I'll wear ouo of my su- ance, but to provo ourselves worthy the confidence that is being so liberalshe was stricken with liver disease, spenders around my neck for atio I'll pay CO cents for such shoddy ly reposed iu us. from which she never recovered. It How could you express all Wo aro hero to accommodate tbo was her desire to live to be one hun- ns theso. peoplo, each nnd every business, thnt in three or four words?" dred years old. She leaves twelve "I can do it in ono," sho replied. courtesy shall ho extended to thorn, children, seventy-fiv- e grand children, "How?" but in no case shall safety bo sacrin great grand children, and "Git." fice for friendship or to obtain busAnd ho ambled. Now York Clip- iness. John Il.IlAitNKs, Cashier. three great great grand children to per. r 1 THt-oine, Among the more than a hundred different Congresses to be held during the World's Pair, under the World's Congress Auxilary, the one that stands out unique and nloue, having no precedent in the history of such gatherings, will lc the World's Youths' Congress, which will convene on July 17, and hold three half-da- y sessions. The fact of its having no precedent, so far from miltating at all against it seems to be in favor, ns something like a general feeling prevails that this Columbian year should mark the inauguration of some new and decided movement lookinig toward the enlistment of the young of America along lines calculated to most rapidly develop in them lofty sentiments of patriotism and decided notions of what constitutes truest citizenship. Delegates to this Congress may be either boys or girls, and are drawn high and grammar from the public of the grades school schools in every county in the United States, though confined to ages beyears. tween thirteen and twenty-on- e In Chicago the work was taken up with great enthusiasm in the schools under the rccomendation of the Board of Education, and nearly ever' school already has its delegates enrolled. Most of these delegates were chosen by an essay contest in the several schools, and it was hoped by the committee having this Congress in charge that the delegates everywhere would be chosen this way, but it is now so important that the names of those representatives of their several schools should be in the hands of the committee at the earliest possible time, that this committee urges teachers everywhere toat onceappoint in their schools a delegate and an alternate, and forward their names, age, county, e adname their school and dress to the Secretary of the committee, 1 Frederic Bliss, 713 Insurance Building, Chicago. Any teacher is at liberty to send names, and if from any county a larger number is received than that to which its population entitles it, the committee selects the projer number from those first received. To insnre the full quota from each county the committee would be glad if names of delegates and alternates were sent from every school. Requests have been sent to the ministers of education in foreign lands to convey the committee's in vitation to the youth of their several countries, and asking for their appointment in the same ratio and on the same terms as in this country. Prom these replies are being received every day. It is not expected that any large number of the youth of foreign lauds can actually be in atten-drncbut their appointment nnd the publication of their names in the final reports of the gathering would be to them a matter of quite pardonable pride, and the certificates of their would be a souvenir of the Columbian celebration. It is hoped that every teacher reading this will iiumeadiately act on the matter, and that the young people who are attending school will bring this to the attention of their teachers. In asking qucstoins requiring reply a stamp should be enclosed. Post-offic- TIib Worlili'n YoiiIIih 'on:rrH. April 14. The health of the community is generally good. The farmers are preparing to plant corn Prof. A. H. Stewart's show at this place last Friday night was a success. It was l'rof. Stewart's first attempt. Rev. II. G. Davis, of Lewisburg, failed to fill his regular appointment nt this place last Sunday on account of sickness. R. 11, Rains went to Beaver Dam this week on business. Buck, Jack and Bill Monroe went to Caneyville Tuesday to deliver some hogs and cattle. S. E. Taylor was visiting at Rosine last Sunday. Miss Arbelle Miller was the guestof Mrs. Jamagin yesterday. The Sunday School will be reorganized at this place the fourth Sunday in this month. Wc hope it may prosper and do much good. W. G. Stewart has returned to his school after a mouth's vacation on account of measles. R. C. Jamagin closed a very successful .school at No. as last Friday. Mrs. Sarah C. Jamagin is very ill nt this writing. We are needing a new school house at this place very bad, and we can build it if the patrons will only work together which they certainly will do. We can and must build a house at this place, for there arc children to educate and we must have a house before that can be accomplished. The house wc have is to small and is getting old. We want a house built up with the times, we want'a house with some attractions to it so as to entice the children to go to school, nnd a nice house would certainly be some inducement for them to go If you want your children to learn you must get them satisfied with the house as well as the teacher. Who is it that is going to be satisfied with a log school house, when the children all around in joining districts have nice frame houses. Skvds. A Sailor Mati'it Luck l'lecn. i'i,i:as.vxt. WHEN YOU G37oOWEI.SBORO CAM. ON i:m:rr xov.i. . C.Theo.Cam, WKST HOUND. Lt. 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