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The Republican Publisher. !N THE FOURTH COMESSIONAL DISTRICT. TERNS ,1.25 fir Annum, la Aduiti. VOL. V. NYE IN SANTA GLAUS. HARTEORD, KY., FRDIAY, MAY 5, 1893. ished from cxjiosure. Livfn? hero Is cheap. Vorkiuv;iiien enn getgoo! board at tho largo hotels ut 0 to $1U jir day, with coal ut $1 per hod. Hoiso hlro U extra. Dogs nro not allowed to play in tho halls or to eat at tho regular tublo with guests. Monterey probably has tho host hotel in tho state except Saitgus. B.utgna is nn eating joint whero your menli nro wliilo you wait whilo you wait four hours for tho Los Angeles train for San Francisco. There Is nothing ut Siugus but tho eating houso and it few cases of colio under tho camo management. Tho pas-- r engers in our entire car, oxcopting n man from Now Haven, nto lunch thoro nnd wero poisoned by something they uto there. Probably it wns tho untitled vegetables which nro used nt that placo nnd tto obtained from tho cast, I judge, in sxchungo for oranges nud lemons. Our enr was tho bceno of tho wildest commotion nil night, and sovcrnl of tho passengers wero ill for lOdaysnfterwnrd. I do not know how tho employees nt Siiugns live. Probably their meals nro brought to them from Los Angeles. Thero nro many pleasant hotels in California, but when crowded, ns they aro at this fwisom, of courso they havo to work hard to pleaso people, and they cannot alwnys succeed. It would be well to engage rooms severnl weeks ahead If tho reader is coming to the coast. I never saw Mich a. rush in senrch of health in my life. It takes n pretty healthy jierson to go in search of his health, I often think. Tho train ahead of ours had 15 sleeping cars nud 3 engines, besides tho coaches. Tho sleeping cars wcro &o full, too. that in ono car, filled almost entirely by.ladies, they wero dressing for over 800 mill's in tho morning. Ono lady had to brush her hnlr on tho Oakland ferry. !?!i cvild that when sho comes on earth again sho hopes sho will bo a Chinaman. Ono finds tho Chineso hero quito They nro divided by nntural-- i ,tn into two classes viz, mnlo nnd female. Tho female Chinaman goes bareheaded. Tho male wears n hat. Lately tho Chlueso havo been pretty busy each other nnd thus endearing themselves to tho people of San Francisco. (I nm writing this letter nt a tablo in the rending rootn of tho hotel, nnd iiiimn with "tho whole nrm movement" is writ-ingtho other sido of tho table. I judgo that ho learned to write on tho sido of n large, heavy barn that had been secured by mortg.igeorBoinethiiig, so that it could not moro much while ho was writing. Tho tablo is nlready bowleggcd trying to follow tho thread of his remarks.) Ilccently 1 met Mr. Hatch, tho biggest fruitgrower on tho coast, I nm told. Ilo began to hort about 18 years ago nnd was reputed to havo nt that timo nbout 10,000. but taking mo by tho nnu nnd lending mo out to tho Cliff Houso, where the sound of tho breakers drowned his voice, ho admitted to me that ho did not lun u that much. pro-par- NO. 40. zine, for only $3.00. com-foUab- lc and the Cosmopolitan, a leading maga- every U ONE DOLLAR Irlmnly nt tho tiiiplojiinnt wlilili lie fiirnlih. Ii light mid iW'!iimnt, iiihI jnu run no risk whiitovir. Wo lit you out i'niiiiU'tc,Bo tlntt yuu fun give llw IhiiIiium n trlul without i xpenio 'to jiiiirnir, FiirtlioHi wlllltiirlu dun little work, till. Is tho Krnii'lent oiler midc Yuu run wurk nlliliy, or In thiiewnliij; nub. If )nu urc fin. ploed, iitul liaiuil few spine hours lit )unr iitlllit llioni, nml (11I1I In umr Incmnit, at rill. You will our ImmIiicm will not tiu niiiiiriil mi tiiu start "t the rnpl'llty nnd caie by which you ntiuHi ilolhir ii' til mI iiitu) Iniiiu tiny out. l.viii licginucrs tin .uriilul from the lint hour. Any inieciu run t:u IhmIuas none fill. ou itinul I tiy noililng ilv iinlll on tee for yourself whit )ou i.tn 1)0 ut the liu'lnt-swhlill wi'i ffrr. Nn capital tMcd. Women are jinui'l woikers; miniiiliys tin) nnike ni much It i nun. they shoulil trv tlili I ' u r - , n seeloo for will Hiliintttl Hi tin in. Write lit unit-nn)., loumir. Addrm II. tl.U.l.r.TT ,v I'iri lly enrmd uyniivnun n( ltlur rex In nny (if the cnuutry, whole willing In Murk Indus. mm HE SAYS HE IS UNFITTCD FOR THE LIFE OF A MONK. Tlie I.mly Willi Vt'us Anxlinm to Sen n ling, Mlilcli Iticiill. tin Inclilont In U'llllitui'a ho si.wn iil.ii i.nd spoku to him iu a glad tjue. Thmoic, i nih,; out of n knot-hol- o liot'whnlly rlr d Up yat, startlod tho man, for hu feared It was something 'iho man's nniiio was supernatural, Ho Igers U- Lou - bo ran at first, but Walton bogged him all plteously that ho paused and went l!o.lers, they called him. I'arli Carcor i:tlni; Wiilton y'a SllM'il. back. 11 TiiiiinluIlmr V. Nye.l ICoptrlKlit, I6M, by IMcnr s Apt 11. of California iiro u Tlin old Krcnt trcnt. I ltnvo visited ti uumlicr of thuiu. At flr8t 1 thought they wcru lmilt nml (iH:titetl for tlio I'titcrtiiiiiniritt of ctcurslonists, but 1 now 11 ml tU.it they u ro Kcnutno anil do uiuuh good. Santa Claud, Oil., llu MHll, t'l rllilinl, Mo. tnvrJF 4ilU"Gfc'. JM1 JNteen HI ?J?nlWf fl.75 '"BOYS Hfll ?mv Udifs $2.nn PWBbi - la th. world Brat Call W. L. Douplna iUoob nra sold Teiynba:. XJcsiybotly ktiould wear them. It lis doty ycu owej youmell to ret ttio bett Yalua toe yourmonoy, CconomiioluyouifootwoarbT purchasing W. L. DOURlnsShOOS.whJcn topraannt tno host vnlue at too prions can tastily. abort., as No Substitute. llrnnrr iirrrnml. JCnno crnulno Itbout W. I. stumped on Ixiok ds W. L, DOUGLAS S3 SHOE hMtp.prior. for Urn Bfcoi Iwpp sjsf:3 t vr.'JI'V- - - w tCCOMl-AXlK- MB 'Its BV PKVKIUI. ATTItACTlVK ou.:ln nsmo anil prlco for tl when you buy. V. bottom I,. Koutlm, Ilrocliton, Mats. Sold by I1)1LS. Tho tiiitiHioii nt Snntn Ilixrb.ira is nu elih-ilImiUliiiir of sotin- - hize, mid insido of tho inonastery through tho iron barred windows monks may Iki observed in "niouhing," ua Mr. IVirnubeo illicit say. Iiiniilo the uhajiel n middlo npcit monk wiw iluitiiiK tho navo with it feather duster nud iioIIhIiIu"; thu hard lienchcs k hh to make it moro difllctilt to hit on them. By nnd by jierhajm ho will make, it impossible. 1 trust ui. At jirescnt ouch ittteud.iut fUPiilics his own "roz-zum- ." L. V. W(KUM:U, Hartford, Ky. Iight Running JZ BUY THE K. Several nttrncttro ladies nccomiunied me, and when tho monk heard their voices ho turned, looked tho other wny mid wild bouietliiiiK to himself. A man can't bo too careful that wny if ho bo connected with tho monking industry. Only two women hnvo overcropped tho threshold of tho mnuastery jirojier. They wcro lMucess Louisoaud ilrs. Harrison. Cvit binco then the brotherhood havo been cnpiced in trying to uvcrcomo this by n rijrid couno of devotions worthy of Looking over tho rules required of how iiiiiuentiy thebO monks, 1 can utilitted I am for Mich n lifo. Nothing could bu'moro widely dilTcrciit than their lives nud thu gay, butterfly cxistenco I now lead, Hitting as I do from jilaco to nliico, pausing only hero and thcrotocarn but taking an honet dollar if iis-ililblher, of courc, in somo itibtauccs hero on tho const. I do uot know exnetly how gld thebo missions nro, but they nro pretty old nnd rather iiicturcMruu. Thcro Rhould bo better facilities thero for tho tourist to drop u uhilliiig in tho box for tho aid of the mission, for they would uot mind it. They get accustomed to tho act of contributing to mot everything ns they go along. Ono lady of our party Is very fond of lo"s. Sho found that thero was n collection of these animals stopping at Hollands. It was a troop of educated dogs seeking to eloato tho stage. They wero spending tho Sabbath at n livery stable thero. having played to S. 11. O. (standing room only) at San Bornnrdino on Saturday evening. Tho lady was anxious to seo them, and ho nsked n largo man in n whito hat and shirt sleeves who was oiling u buggy if he could tell her where they were. Ho opened a door, took down it funco uud helped her find them nfter somo trouble. When sho camo nway, sho gave him it shilling for his trouble, but ho said tho dogs wero not his, nnd that it was no trouble, etc. When Miogot to tho hotel, sho found that ho was ono of tho most wealthy men in tho stato. This reminds mo of an incident which occurred when I was in France. My letter of credit was payablo nt tho main bank of tho Credit Lyonnaiso, n very thriving concern with branches nil over Europe, 1 used to go to this bank vory often, ns it is very kind to Americana uud has beautiful rending uud writing parlors nnd it night school for wealthy Americans who wish to learn reading and .writing, but who hnvo never had timo to attend to it. I was nlwnya waited upon by ono of tho oflicinls, who was e.t remcly courteous to mo. His uamo was M. Trozenulebong. When I camo mvny ono day, I expressed my gratitude- to him, and from forco of habit alono pressed into lu& palm a piece. Honeecpted it with u Lowy Quadroon bow, and ns ho placid it with his other francs in his nunw ho naldi "Perh'ips inoiulcnr has no engagements for tomorrow Stunl.iy If w would ho honor mo with a visit to my country placo near Versailles? I hhould bo most joyful to call for himr.t hisuddrow with my drag In tho morning, and momiour could remain ut Versailles until Monday if ho chose." . I accepted moro out of curiosity than anything else mid found an establishment that threw my North Carolina bungalow cntii cly in tho shade. Ho was an excellent host nnd pressed mo so hard to remain that tho creates in my troupers could bo seen for two weeks. I wits pained last week to read his uamo in tho reports of tho P.mami) affair and can hardly believe that ho is tho mau. It must bo boiuo other M. Trozenulebong, I think. Yesterday I nto a tomalo. is (.aid to bo Tho tomalo, if well very toothsome, but unprincipled Portuguese Hud Greasers bomutimes ninko them of inferior material. They nro timdo of chicken nnd hot things chopped o, Am I right?" "Yes, yo;i nro right; but, oh, remorso, lemorse.must I perish hero while you prepare an usegHsis on capillary attraction Oil, man, man, in nnd pomology? heaven's namo git a more on yon, I begl" Hodgcrs laid down his dinner pall nnd began work nt thojcnotholc, but between whiles ho got it better view of Walton and said, "Aro you not Dan Walton, who livei down the gorgo where tho branch is whero wo wnter tho teams nt?" "I nm,sir, indeed," exclaimed Walton now crying piteouily, "but do not loso all you lut e gamed now by j our accursed delay nnd loquacity. Help me, man, oh, help me, or I shall die hero nnd possibly iintioy visitors who come this way I Help mo out, Kin 1 sir, whoever you may bo, and I will put up n petition to heaven each night for your welfare nnd signed by nil the property ownersin California." "Ah, but I lemember you," said Hodgcrs; "you aro tho mnn who whipped his wlfo last Sabbath In bucIi it disgraceful way nnd made her feci bully. I know whom you are." Ho then began to Walton with all his great command of linjune, cursed him aud went away. After ho had gono Walton gare up nil hopo nnd broko down utterly, crying like n child nnd making it very wet indeed as ouu hot tear after another chased itFelf down his bronzed cheek. Then his past lifo roso up beforo him, and he saw how utterly rontemptlblo ho wns in tho bight of his fellows. Meaner nnd meaner, smaller mid binalleriu his own estimation ho brcamo until he was able to crawl out of tho knothole, which ho then done. This is tho legend of tho knothole. This kuotiiole yet stands connected with a largo tree, iu I huvo described it, near tho cntrauco to tho park and on the left hand side going in. he-ra- te "What is tho mattei'c" ho exclaimed. "Matter enough," retorted Walton, trying to get n piece of baric out of his pyo. "Tho treo is closing In upon me, man. Can yon not seo that I am lost unless you nid lne.yoti gllly, yon?" "Ah," mid Kodgers, "tho wood, being porous, admits the moisture, and tills expands it so that tho nperturo by which j on entered is Incoming useless as an e.it. a liettir catibo. fINESJO 'iSii WMDWORK. yWi WHT Zmr sT OLE, ?n: aTTAOMIB. iKf9ist4T DURA uakacc, THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST. Rxnii TCN ranta to 28 Union 8(1.. N. Y for our prlio Rnme, "Blind Luck," and win a New Home 8ewlng Mnchlne. Tho Now HomoSowing Machino Co, ORANOE, MA88. t -: . -J2B UW10M SOUARtWr.- niouiJTOR "4,.SS!5sfe!5& kki B" SALE BY clZ"' ""UJUhH inniffl cfiUMs IlXWJiUttLi Iin 1 ACCEPTED. Cough, Bronchitis Anhnl. A !, whooping Tor Coniumttlcn In and niUJh anil crtiin cur. flnt iUjh, (Srat r. PnH. VU.B Tutila fmiali. Oi.AVkaaA MIUUVUHUhUUI. BISIl. A& V V 4D11U.. . tifi. effect after ttxlir thej dot.. ' Bold by de.ltn tTinnherc. --iret btttleiSOcenUandJl.OO. la t tun relief theadrtnc.i excellent voti will ieo Uie at net. tablersdii c bugkeyeJUU OINTMENT: CURES NOTHING BUT PILES, A SURE rrtpired and CERTAIN CURE known for IS years as the BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. by HICIUHDSOX BEDICtSR CO., BT. LOm, American USclcnlldo ffljMJr SMjtW TRADE for iKiLiaPOAVKATS, COPVRIOHTB. eto. Vet Information and freo Ilandhoox wrlto to MUNN Jt CO., 1 llllllAIIWAT, Nkw Voinr. Oldest buroau for .cuurlnir iutouta In Amerloa. Krcry patent tnknn out by u. I. brounlit beforo tco vuL.no by a notice kItuu f too ot ctiarw la tuo DISION PATCNTS, MARKS. riMiiffc &w$&im tareoat circulation of any iclentlfla paper In tha world. No Inlolllfonl .lfii(llillr IllusfratoiJ. rnnd rhoultl bo without It. Weeklr. 8J.U0 a yeart (IJKI.Iz inonth.. Aitdre.. M)NN A CO, Jf u jiuauuis, atil ilroodnuy, New VorK CMey. pJM" BROWN'S IRON BITTERS Mttl Curt. Iliitlgcitlor, UIIoujiici, Byircpsla, I'hiat-cuu- u tla, Korvouiiicu, andUcneral Drbilliy.Genuine Allilcal'-Tan-UI- t. rccommeml It. bastrailo mark oud crocicit tcdllsci on wrapper. .1 4 An broken down from otroK Ocw of UK', uud cure, walarla. Qt (ho ggauUio. rebulMi tho tyatcm, ahli rl lstitlon, rrmoTei ex Urown't) Iron Bittern jrnnr Pernons oTcrworkorhovuehold tho Yosemite, expands, tho cells filling with water rapidly nnd enlarging. Daniel Walton, n low and vulgar man, wns hunting through tho rnlloy in tho bpring of 18i8 with ill success, having killed nothing but grizzly bears, nil of which wero too lnrgo to toto home. As ho camo up tho valley a heavy rain Bet in, and it oamo on to rain, us it sometimes does iu tho rainless region of California. Seeing that it was growing woreo, Walton stepped into this holo in tho tree, nnd unbuckling a largo thermal belt which ho woro and which contained up together nnd rolled in a corn husk. cartridges ho laid It aside nnd soon wont Then they nro heated in nn alcohol stovo to sleep. Whon ho nwokeho was surnnd kept hot by men who sell them to prised to boo that tho hole vas almost closed up by tho enrolling of tho wood tho credulous throng. When chickonsaro scarce, tho sea gull cells of tho treo. Ho was greatly alarmed, is used. That was the kind I got. I am for ho had no means whatorer by which mot enough of an ornithologist to Select toescapo from the tree and did not know when tho storm would, ceaso. Ho feared tamales. Designing pcoplo might rnako them out that ho would become a part of tho treo d of weathorcocks or other deciduous fowls possibly and somo day bo put into a or tho topof a bar counter perhaps. nnd fool mo sadly. A man who is not an ornithologist should shun tho tomalo Ho fired his rlllo soveral times out of the unless ho has faith and a stomach which hole, but did not kill anything. As dark-ues- s camo on nud ho felt tho pangs of will not turn when trodden upon. California has moro attractions than hunger gnawing nt his vitals ho heard footsteps passing by and rightly judged any other stato in tho Union, but tho was about n month later than that tho author of thorn could not bo far ugunl this year, and 80viT,nl yeoplo per awayu LooWiigout thzoualj.tjioiivertujce4 sldo-boar- llttlo"furder"liowoulilBhowiisnstrango bight. It was it big holo in a treo. The treo was ono of tho Mlamosa trifollatum gigaiiticum, if my memory serves mo at all creditably. This treo during ft continued rain, which sometimes occurs in Now ho b getting nn incomo of $3Ci,-00- 0 jier year $ ,000 per day for tho year, including Sundays. Every four years, when thero is an extra day with no incomo, tho poor man eats nu orange. This proves that any young man with perseverance and $10,000 may in 18 years, by industry and economy, nnd by knowing us much as Mr. Hatch, provided the ted scnlo docs not break out on a large scalo in his orchards, bo far beyond the reach of want. It was thought for many years that Mr. Hatch was tho author of tho pieco entitled "Monuments of Human Grandeur Perish," but afterward it was discovered that ho copied it from a Fourth Header. During the busy season Mr. Hatch is compelled to hire help in picking the fruit, wliilo ho attends to tho packing and arrangement of tho large, juicy fruit which ono notices on tho top of tho basket. All kinds of trees grow in this stato, especially tropical nnd subtropical trees. Tho dato tree grows here, and nt tho right Kcitbou busy men may bo seen standing on a utcpladdcr in tho rich foliage canceling their dates. Tho pepper tree, jlie camphor tree, the banana treo, the breadfruit treo nnd tho oyster crncker treo all grow hero in nbuudnuco nnd are pointed out to ono by tho driver, who is generally a protty fertilo man himself. Some think that nil tho great liurs go to jieiilltion. This is it mistake. They go to Yosomito and drive teams there. One of them said that down tho road n David C. Stevens was born Fcbi nary 23. 1873. died Apiil 23, 1893. Alexander Sunday School met April 30 and passed the following resolutions: WiiiiitUAS, God has called from our school David C. Stevens, one of our most zcilous and consistant members, one beloved by all, to a higher reward; therefore be it Ki:solvi:d, That by his death our Sunday School has lost a useful member, the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, of Heda, of which he was a member, a consistant member, the community a valuable citizen, his parents a devoted aud obedient son, his biotheis and sisters an affectionate brother. It was truly said by all, "Davie was a good boy." n 2. That we tender to the parents, brothers and sisters, in this the dark hour of their sad bereavement, our sincere sympathy. Remember, dear fi '.ends, though Davie was young in years, his afflictions were grievous. "He mouldeth and his hands make the whole, though he was dead, yet shall he live ajain." 3. May we emulate his Christian virtues, and fulfill his request to meet him in Heaven. 4. T,hat a'copy of these resolutions be spread upon our -- ecord book, nnd a copy sent to each of our county papers for publication, and to the par cuts of the deceased. grief-stricke- Itrsitrct. men of this new fashion in trousered humanity. Strangely enough, the second painted man was encountered nt nn oratorio. They were doing Gounod's "Redemption" at the Albert Hall, and the thing was in the box adjoining ours. U hat it wanted there; what satisfaction it could capture from nn oratorio I can never guess. It gabbled. It was, for nil the world like a hybrid of turkey and peacock. It gabbled and chuckled; it spreads it superb tniloring;it extended its ringed hands; it ndmircd itself in n pocket mirror; it posed; it languished; it never smiled, nnd it was 30 years old, if a day and fat. Having encountered two of these creatures, I kept a vigil for others of their kidney. Was it possible that a new fashion in man had been projected? Kvidently yes, because my watch has revealed companions to the primary pair. At a reception the other night I espied a beinj more wonderful than cither of the two who started my quest. He was "made up" prima donna. His like a second-rat- e cheeks had an even pinkness most delicately laid on. His nether eyelids were penciled, his hands were undeniably lined. He was a pattern in rogue, and he looked for all the world like one of Mine. Taussaud's wax images, except that he was much e better dressed than any doll in road. He is, I am informed, a man of wealth and 40 summers. It is alleged that he has culture, and that he shows it in his writings about art and music. Wherefore, the wonder increases that any cultured being can paint himself. But it is to this that the dandified arc coming. I have seen a dozen painted men of an evening at the play, and they were not on the stage. Strolling in Piccadilly of an a lernoon these gentlemen disport themselves. It is getting to be, in the language ol the time, quite the proper caper for A dandy men to paint themselves. new horror waits on metropolitan life. And the worst of it is that these bedizened males are now so numerous that they are not tolerated. In what is called the "smart set" they will soon ceae to be conspicuous because they threaten to become general. Two years ago half the women in Ijndon society were painting theme to reselves out of all spectability. But they seem to be giving up that trick now that alleged men are acquiring it. Maiy-lebousem-blanc- Out West. THE "ARIZONA KICKER." MlNKIIi llAIKl), U. C. Haknmjtt, J. A1.1.HN Andbksox Nil it led 9lnl IiIIoIh. Painted men exist. They are to be seen in London. They are the newest freaks of melancholy. They have all other forms of beauty and would now entertain the world with frescoed visages, says a writer in the Boston Herald. The first of this species that I enHe countered diffused soft scents. sat opposite me toying with a soup spoon and murmuring the platitudes oi Piccadilly'to an anuued spinster at the dinner was finhis right. d ished he had whipped out a fan and wns waving it gently before his ornamental throw. Over the colTec he piodticcd pcrlumed cigarettes and the atmosphere became like that of a perfumer's on a hot day in August. His fingers were covered with jewels, and he wore a dainty bracelet on his left wrist. He was a creature of most exquisite decoration, and I watched him throughout the Once iu courses in silent wonder. the clamor ol general talk I whispered to my host a question ns to the identity of this mot vcl, and the answer, came that the painted being was the son of a Scotch peer. That anything so frnil could be Scotch made amazement greater. The creatine was he purred nt the company, never openly addressing it. He had, perhaps, three ideas in his head, but lie adroitly concealed them. His finest accomplishment wns in looking at the Indies. He fancied that he made captive eveiy fair heart at the table; but I learned nlierwnrd that the sex mimicked him in the drawing-roowhile wc were smoking,andthnt their laughter, which rippled down the stairs, was at the cost of the decorative person who was boring us over the walnuts aud the wine. Soon after this I saw another speci ei Ik-for-e silver-mounte- Depends. A young man in New England, who signs himself "Anxious," writes to the Kicker to say that he is 22 years old, healthy and enthusiastic, and wants to climb up. He asks if he can get it out this way. While we are patriotic enough to want to see this locality add to its population, we cannot countenance deception. As to how "Anxious" can get along out here depends altogether on circumstances. Is he used to wearing a gun on his hip? Could he add asecondone without inconvenience? Can he shoot right ami left handed? Are his eyes plumb center, bo he doesn't shoot over nor under? Can he get the drop on a flash of sheet lightning? Has lie got the nerve to walk up to the bar nnd drink alone with half aadozen mule whackers sitting around and waiting for an invitation to step up? If suddenly confronted by a man like Bill Hines, with two guns leveled at his breast and triggers ready to let go, has he the sense to keep quiet and admit that he is temporarily in a hole? In case he should suddenly turn into Apache avenue and find the Lone Jack crowd of cow boys trying to capture the town, would he look for a dooiway to hide in or range up alongside of a telegraph pole and do some fine shooting? Has he got the nerve to raise a man $200 with only a small pair in his hand? All these things and many others are to be taken into consideration in nu Eastern young man coming out West with the idea of climbing up. If he is built right, nnd ii his early training and education have been shaped to the right point, his are Ai. If he wasn't created to fill a niche in this wild, free and rather enthusiastic locality, our advice to him is to remain east of Chicago and tiy nud make the best of his miserable existence. If he came, the chances arc that he would climb downward into n hole in the ground instead of upward to the plnacle oi fame. Tho Hcnndal "DAn" IN Sf oiiRrrri. COURIER-JOURNA- It being generous, he makes them PROFESSIONAL CARD. and happy, and the gossips CT. IRo-w- e sit off afar and giggle, and look knowATTORNEY AT LAW, ingly nt each other, nnd after a while one oi the most impudent will say HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. something to the mnn, something intended to be funny, nnd the man Jin. I. OlIII. i. i. n.wiDDm. will look dazed and wondering, nnd 6s then he will go off by himself and think: "What is the use of tiying to HARTFORD, KY. do light when you are always mis(Office, orer Anderson's Ilaiaar.) Will understood?" And when those or- Ohio practice their profession In all the court o anil ndjolnlnji counties, and court of Appeal. phan babies are men nnd women there Special attention given to criminal practice and collection, T2nUlj will be some old gossip ready to wink nnd make suggestions nbout their -- Aw.Sroltli, birth. It is hard to put it down, this talk of the If I had my HARTFORD, KY. way I would have eveiybody who said Will practice h's profession in Ohio and adjoinor even hinted low and vulgar things ing counties, and the court of Appeal., bpecia about their neighbors made to stand attention ftlren to collections. Office north side public square. TlTly in a public square with their hands tied together, bearing on their beasts E. V. OUFFY. B. D. RINOO, the letter S., which stood for "Scan2s dalmonger," in bright blue, and then have their mouths washed out with vitriol. Don't you agree with me? Will prictlce In all romtn of Ohio And then what would you do with counties, nnd in Supirior Court andAnd adjoining Court of Collection all legal business attended that awful weapon of the scandal- lo. Office, No. 1K9 nndMarket stHartford, Ky. K. monger? For he doesn't confine himself to his tongue. I mean the anonymous letter. A thief in the night is honorable beside the nnonymous letmORNE? AT LAW, ter writer. iHi.A.iEai'r'oiRr), . Against the first you can use muscle, you can raise vour voice, you can make some soi t of fight; against the IK. latter you can do nothing. The fact that you are a woman forces you to keep still before this indignity.against which there is no redress, and so wo(Office in Cr.wder Ilulldiog.) court ot Will practice his profession man or man, you have to suffer like Ohio nnd adjoining counties. In all the Notary Alio tfnaafy somebody with a hidden cancer, un- I'nbllc til, thank God, by the laws of compensation there comes some loving act that will cause you to forget the .suffering. ATTORNEY AT LAW, What is the matter with men and women that they can't do the nice, In all Will practlcelils kindly thing one toward the other? Ohio and adjoining profession and Inlha Courts .1f counties, the Court My friend, it is quite easy, and, in Appeals. Special attention siren to collection. Office, oter Williams, Belt A Co'n drugstore. addition, it would make everything go much smoother. Sometimes I think tha, in the varioussort of hells that have been described, that one will be the most awiul which is intended for the scandal-mongethe beast in human foim who takes away the characters of women, the honor of men, and even dares throw its ditty slime over the histories oi little children. , But, there, I don't want to talk any more nbout it. Unfortunntely, the scandalmonger exists, and somebody with greater muscle nnd more brain than I will discover a powder some day that will exter-minat- e OFFICE OVER RED FRONT the entire species. Is prepared to do all kinds of There is more Catarrh in this sec Dental work at reasonable pricea. tion of the countty than all other diseases pnt together, and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable. For a great mnny years doctors p:onounced it a local disease, and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease, and therefore, A requires constitutional treatment KlsMSjieB.B Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by yjWfpJM Mtti I 1'PLEAsmrr F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is IY7 VSS9. WAV SOL. the only constitutional cure on the market. It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a THE NEXT MORNINQ BRI0HT AND It acts directly on the My doctor saysmT acts "fc" inw It guMri,utun 19 all l Lit. on the stomach, llrar eentlr blood and mucous surfaces of the sysand"kldnef,.nJUiQ plnxul lautlra. TbU d.lnk u nuule Iioia berba. autl Is pnparnllorUMMcuulljraJ tem. They offer one hundred dollars Ua. Itls called for any cose it fails to cure. Send for AlldraiirlstssellltateoaandtljOOapacltaice. If circulars and testimonials. Address, Too caunnt in It.xnd rour addressrurfreneiiinpl.. . lb. kir.l.b lane'. Family Medlcla F. T.Cheney & Co.,Toledo, O. tnnnlricliet!eltby,thi.l.neet..ry. Ai'iliev. 'OBAIOU If. WCMIIftVAIlU. 1..UOV..N. BSTSold by Diuggist, 75c. 39 im Edwin - Q-loaa- "Weddiaatf, J"araes Attorney at Law, G-vuff- Bingo, Attorneys at Law. Perry WesterfUld K. kts". Rosine, "Wedding, Attorney at Law, IiJLy.1 Hartford, Ky. a. r, a wmm DENTIST. ."I vl I?AW mSsSbSk iiuiyiy MMm "JL r, ,' . LANE'SMEDIGinE ennqciiTiTT. U The Mottier'a Saner y Uolde. The May number of The Mother's Nurseiy Guide contains medical artig ot Chilhoodj cles on Domestic Doctoring and Its Abuses, Under Wakefulness in Children. Nursery Problems the medical editor answers questions as to "Weaning before Hot Weather, Colic and Patent Medicines, Slow Eating, Catarrh of the Bowels, Unsatislactory Sterilization, etc. The mothers themselves discuss a variety oi entettaining topics, such as, Walks with the Children, Experience tn Traveling, 20 cents a number. $2 a year. Babyhood Publishing Co., 5 Beekman Street, New York, Mouth-BreathinFault-Finding, nn miuiTt. WORMS! ViMlEUE FOR 20 Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. WHITE'S CREAM YEARS t t t ' muni Tl?0 SOLD EVERYWHERE. y BicotD8Q iDicrii to., it. torn. " Quarterly Single Copies, . tOc . l.to PtrTwir, Bo4 Yoltass, t.00 vK?1 h .uuIh u faster of M People always chattered they did that in the ark; but nowadays it isn't just chatter, it is malice. Somebody is a woman, alone in the world, and she gains for herself a iiiend a man friend who advises her, who is con siderate of her, and who only asks in return that he may see her and talk to her for a little while; and that they may have pleasant, inilocent hours together. And what does the world say? It shiugs its shoulders, it lifts its eyebrows, it laughs scoffingly, and says: "Perhaps." And the woman soon gets a bar sinister across her escutcheon, and the sponge of and honor connot blot it out. Somebody is a man who made a promise to his mother that he would look after some little orphans, and he keeps his word. Being a man and inno-cencen- "Any Port 1 11 a Htorm." That's a good maxnu, but it will not work as a rule in the purchaselof Any of a Remedy for Rheumatism. the cheap nostrums will not effect a cure in fact none of them will. Don't trifle with life and', prolong, agony. Get Dr.Drummond's Lightning Remedy, and a speedy cure is ceitain. One bottle is worth a hundred of anything else, and for that reason it is the cheapest when a cure is wanted. Ofdiuggists, or sent to any address by express. Drummond Medicine Co,, 48.50 Maden Lane.New York. Agentsl wanted. 39 3t ee 1 a la ntry uatsta V tw n aad klfkju bwl.ta well a. mry MtdiniraadulUr.." CEO. FISH ER, Timi.tt 11.. Wualulo.. I " It I. ik.t tli. klAlr d cw.ot d. tUKa.'-- A. B. WINJHir. tdjiwlgueaal! Ma-d "A M.IU. Hri.ly sad Klfatiu publktdM. IBiKa .truck with lh.v.flt.r solid l.foemltlaajrou It Knit.,. I.i. .o tmtll a cenpus," rRKS. J, G. ICHUkUAN, Core.ll Ualntdiy, Itasca, at. . ... Ila .u receipt f is. pric. roe tinri. copu. as "Mela SuUcilAtloni. Ii ,i. Addr CURRENT HISTORY, OCTRO)T,NICM.,U,a.a. 531 0 Harris Theater, LOUISVILLE, KY. Mrs. P. Harris, R. L. Britton and Any persons having claims against T. F. Dean, M'g'ra and Propa. Tho only inodernly built Theater the estate of W. II. Hardisty will pre- in the city. V t?Vtfc lltVIM 'WfWe)J feuw4 The only Theater playing first-cla- n Also all persons indebted to said escost. attractions ut popular prices. tate will settle at once and. save April 17, 1893, H. S. Ward, Situated on West side of 1th ave., Kx'rofW. B. Hardisty. between Walnut and Green. Westerfield, Ky. 38 5t Prices 50o, 25c, 15c aud 10c, Notice. U 1 Contain! Ott Huudnd lUclpes for ; rnatt-Incheaply UUelooiCof U given and. qulcttly way at uru ThU lok nud tf.liorat store. jmowx'i t:non nrrnuu almanac aTtMr 18W if All Ue Brown's Irn Hlmri.f u, l'hyslcUiurecommendlLl.iriCJi.l.; dealer kep It. $1 CO pec lioltle. ataotM b rc.UlaMOUwmp?' FOU llVHfKPMAUiV : 1 a kMtrad.e-iurkiHlcrw- ! I . v "$ T if i v . I. I Hartford Republican PUnt.ISItKD EVKHY ! KlltllAY MORNINO. close of the war he bought a farm near been alllicted for vears, ft was n ? thought it best to call him to that Although he had home on high. com-fort DO .YOU "0"W UNCLE SETH'S ADVICE TO POET3. an thorn JO. H. KIM.KKN. ftlltor sml Proprietor. FRIDAY, MAY 0, 1893. .Tones w nmv t Owenthoro firing his bittei anil uncouth epithet nt that city's legion nf sinners. Sai him, dear parents, for he has only MiiKitnlr. Scott's Emulsion cures Coughs, gone before to guide you to that Cromwell I,odgc, No. 420, K. A.M. Colds, Scroftila and realm above, where parting is no will hold llurial Service nt the grave all AnaomU ami Waiting Diseases, Onk of the duties of n newspaper rrovonti wasting-I- ch'.ldren. AN more. Weeping will not bring him ot S. A. Williams deceased, 011 the is nt lead to come approximately near mnatnupnt.'itiililunvmllk, Uctonly back, but trust in God and all will be fourth Sunday In May, nt 2 o'clock the genuine, l'ri iro ! I17 Sontt telling the truth about the things it well. We sympathize with the family p. in. Neighboring lodges and the Bowno, Choml"t, Now Yfr!:. SolJ by presents to the public. Exaggeration all I)ruK(t. of llfl'l in this their great loss. But let us so public generally are invited. Thn J.A. II. t:utMiiitiiiriil. Ki'trli 'cm tip from our heart, is wholly out nt place. Roslne Masonic Indge w'll hold Where all non'ts nrter start. Hautfokd, Kv., May 3d, 1893. I live that we may be able to meet w.Hwaijqgaoam '''ij..i.tiiilaiungcrwn3fcKa."a! your I Vkkiiiis k an cllinh Into our rartl 7TKCa' isrrr.srjsfl him in a better world, where parting llurial services at the grave of John -- Siuu W. Pots In Yalikco lllailr. Tiin Worhl's Fair wan opened attended the O. A. R. ISnc.tniptucnt, Daisy Dhanu.' Daughertv dece.iel, nt Arnold, on held nt Ow cifd-o'the ?3 it 26 of is no more. Monday in n burnt ot gluv. Pre-uSntircnlr Spoons. in this uimit'i. the second Sun-lamid April. Iliul n plens.uit time 'id en- dent Cleveland iiuiileii upwrh (uiiveiitliHi rait. "S01110 pooplo nro born with Bilver Neighboring lodges are invited Cemir vety much saw m my of the The Republicans of Grayson county eet lie joycl tin hiiituii I tin ! it jKissiblc a Top lluggy with tl.Hii pre-e- il D.isli Kail, Seat Rail, Handles, spooiiH in their mouths." If It Is only old conitittles. It was ns line 11 body nte itquested to meet nt the Court etery near Liberty Church. Hub Bands and Shaft Tips, for above price f a plain, everyday Bort of silver spoon, iiiiiuiiitieit' ol tli" vut aliow in motion. i .11 i i S organThe Masonic I.'i'lge recently of men as I ever snw collected togctlr Houe in Leitchfield, Ky.,at 1 o'clock it doesn't fount in theso fin do sieclo H 3 PHI5IIIST t'l.EVKI.AVII nt 10 er. The Indies Rave us tin entertalr-tuen- t ''). in.. May 23. iSo, which will be ized here is progressing nicely and days. It must bo n souvenir bikkui, of music mid song that we all fie 4th Monday, County Court day the tndicntiniisiitc tint ! .strong mem- - and no common 0110 tit that, or oun tlt button o'clock Monliiv ir! hud better not liuvo iieon Ixirn. This bershlp will be built-in- . enjoved vry much. C.ipinin Kllis , M wtM 5m;itC(1 t0 nUen(1 World''" Fiir that put is indeed u time, if not nnnge, of lux- fi G delivered the address ol itiitiiiilin in Co.iwutiou will nominate candidates tn luiiiiiiiLMiiid ii iln Jimmi". v- K UI' ,m l'von t'10 a .CA1. 1 wv.. VXw 1 !. 'j not contented withPor,'t peoplo nro which he said tint we could h.ive 101 the l.egil.:tuie and Jailor. A big cs V. Ci tho plain usages rim' excellent I'trni'in stU.'ges'tR, tliir It ex 'ep- their w.tvs irowil is expected. anything they culls to mind the tact that nlvnit n 2 und uppoiutuu'iits of tho prist half them we could not hive, but we century. It is an ngo of constant I). O'Kilhv, Ch'in'n. ho loiiuhnd thf buttui Ht ciir ul'ii chniigw, whero nothing lasts, and in might light lor their sweet-heart11. Roe.UHS. Sec'y. car-load- s J. Chicago and thn "machine" has been I which anything that is liefnro the hope the boys will all do their best - Y&&t "ftBS ID O on the run ev ry wiici. (tnspiruniis nt Walton's Creek, than a Jr t.r Tolor Mill)- -. Nrhool. the 30th ol M.iy as IfllCl I'PlinMO iPVi"lll public moro nneient yearlst'onsidered history. matter ot among the runners are Henry Wat it is the next meeting. Boys do not S"' June 2. I.u.st Friday night the Tim wonder is that with such an tSJij S 1 5 B. Hill. s:hooMiotise was crowded to the lull. HOI'S, tenon and David Write for our New 80 psec Calalomie of all Isinds of Vehicles. forget Memorial sevices. oxihtlng state of things n fad like mmm AiMrens et extent to hear the speeches and i 11(1 fOl' that of collecting souvenir spoona J. I,. Cakson. COl'll, OUtS should hnvo lasttnl moru than 0110 South Cahomna every now and by the pupils ot Mr. J. I. ONI SOUTHERN BUGGY CO. , recitations tho interesting OHIO, U. S. A. Rogers' subscription school, which then comes to the front with a politit'llOMUKI.I.. cl()Ver; HOME-close- d m'umiii, and yettho fancy or fadfact CINCINNATI, reiuniiis that or April 30. The continued rainy with the nights exercises, cal freak It was South Carolina that to call of whatever you It was South weather is quite discouraging to ety patron ot the school joins me In j Iwgot Nullification. f01' tohilCCO. souvenir spoon choose ns eagerlyitfolis just Statement of the Condition SPOILING A PLAV. farmers. . wishing Mr. Rogers success in the fu-- 1 rvl1 . Carolina that bred Secession ind it is lowed now as it wn five years ngo, or tiik Health of this community is good turc as a teacher. IieSC JlUVe 00011 tllOl'- - when first Introduced. Oneo now South Carolina that proposes to nr Ni'ulri t Tlmt Mail it Mint A ' I hittl-- . Week. At first. Mr. Rogers made a shott 01I.1,1V into the saloon busiucss on her nt this writing. go U,HILU,HIHI Wi, 111" A iitttnlier ot London cockneys had The merchants of our town report speech, closing by introducing Tom- Tlin Heath ofC'lriipatra. own account. A law has been passed formed thcuiM.'lvt-into an atiiutt'tir thegood trade and all seem rejoicing. my Barrass, who made the address of haVO tllOlll Tho story that Cleopatra killed her- atrical association. .Mixtiilniig energy of CHl'-loa- d which requires the State to furnish all Mr. J. S. Montague, our new postself by nllowingnuftspto bite her has imriNM) Tor histrionic ability 11 fault At I lie Close tl llnslness, Jnn welcome. The following speeches whisky and the proceeds ot all sales master, has taken charge of long lieen boliovwl, but probably has not iiiiicuowu to ainiitviir the office. and recitations were well delivered by linr.v 7, 1 Mil. tliev deterpi'OpOSC to go into the State Treasury. Veri. He has one of the neatest and most no better historical basis than tho fan' mined to undertake Slml:esiKiire' trag10- . 1 n 7. uie mue ioiks: noses kcu anu ly, S(outh Carolina is a daisy. Tho tllC fai'lUCl'S eiful imagination of u goipy Roman edy nf "King Uioh.ird III."given initial HHSOITRCKS. convenient offices ever in our town. lets Blue-R- osa Veller. Evening IlU'MSll perlorm.uu'u was to lo on tho HilU discounted The community at large all seem Hymn Lillian Jones. Speech Willie S70,!l 1.82 ''l'atn Hh0 ",n'l careful preiwrations ni;ht of lio.ing day, the SGth nf Ol' THEORY vs. PRACTICE. well pleased with his appointment. .'t.OOO.OO Risimrer. Live and Learn Nellie the little Mitliurlis of mighty Heal eotato i or mat event aim men ninny tuuer-en- t The Oweusboro iiatenger ot Tues ' Furniture ami fixtures. . . . 1,0(K.0() The Sunday School at this place is Rowe. Little Dird Song-D- elia kinds of poisons on her unfortu- Lntidon. Vel pi'tlC- nate- slaves to seo which l,'ill.f!7 On the eventful nisht nf tho perform- ilouiii and Hank .Stock . . day heads a news column regarding a still moving on nicely. would ler. Some Little Boys Irvin Rowe. , . I death with the least apparent ance the itetors, stimulated by the ap-- l Debts in suit meeting of the City Council thus, The river has been booming, and a My Bird is Dead-Ma- mie ClteCtS OT tlieS( RoKers. ..ui'e nf the audience, which was of l'ali mi luiml 1I.H7.7.S iil'oiiv. She iirohnlilv ilinl liv mm of Ordi- great many logs have passed down Little Speaker "Holding Him Off." "An Clyde Hocker. Try, of relatives cnniKcd 17,.S0 liS 't,"ei)oiffllKf,,r8,iow,,8,,""n,Mtiw coursefriends, lmdchitilylunch of tho and Cn-- h in 'ilher Hanks nance Levying a big License Tax on for the Evansville market. tte.tr ot Try Again Charlie Rowe. Purest Mica matters iih nnv of thn Itoiinns. attendant uion a llit iipicnr-niiu' 8in.S.:i!l.r..!l Calvin Watts' little child, who has Pearls Lolia Risinger. Out in the the Itinerant Merchant, etc.," and wus fnuii her room, nmi Already had they liegtm to give then says: "Capt. W. T. JUlia, on been quite sick for some time, is bet- Cold Will Barrass. Mark Twain In, the wound on her breast butiiiosvil to I.IAI1IMTIES. their intllviihir.l genius a fuller rein. have Iwcn that of it.-- i bite probably Much "!m .iiieis" which had not lieen terviewed Clyde Hocker and Tom behalf of the merchants ot the city, ter at this time. stock S.IO.OOO.OO had iinother origin, for her wluHo tried at rehearsal was now attempted Capital Miss Nola Arbuckle, of Select. Is Barrass. Buy my Dolls Eflle Jones. Deposits presented an ordinance imposing a Ixxly was covered with bruise, whero with impunity. All went well until thn I liviilends unpaid 1,11 1.00 license tax ot 850 per day on itinera conducting a very successful school at Grasshopper Nellie Rowe. A Warnh1h in Egyptian fashion, had htmck four.li Lceito of act 1, when Cateiby Oak Grove, No. 26. ..'0 ing to School Teachers Lolia Risingherself with her fists nnd torn 'her rushes in to ntitiountsi to tlio kim; thn Due other Hanks ant merchants." ll.'I.Cil Mr. Thomas Gillstrap. Jr., who has er. Speech Irvin Rowe. I cannot tell llesh with her nails in her g" ief for capture of ntu'kiutdi.im. Of cour-- o our Difcountntnl Kxclinnge.. Now, we have no objection to offer I,:tlti.7.'i ipnlntM verMon that rndivided IVolit actors ife.l the been our barber for some time, has the loss of Antony. St. Louis Lillian Jones. Twinkle, Twinkle & to this proposed proceeding on the jmts lulu Richard'n mouth thn well moved to Rochester. Little Star Ada Parrott. Old Man in S10H,:i!15.-lOu the l:nowti i.cl,i:iiiitioii: "OIT with his head! part ot the City Council. The school at this place Is flourish- a Stylish (tnlilen Sllrnt-fChurch Will Barrass. fc'o much for1 Bucldnham!" other hand we sec no reason whateving very well under the management Speech Willie Risinger. What a Boy There r.ro times whoa "filenco Is But thcro wa-- oven a greater liliorty A dividend of S 1.00 per plinro er for allowing tramp merchants to of Miss Edna James, of Pincheco. A New York daily paper, taking up golden," but women have the reputaken with the test than nnr ambitious Can do Clyde Hocker. In Memory interfere with the trade ot established the idea cottveved in Flnmmnrion's tation of always ignoring this fact, friends intended. A.s sooii as t'.itesbv now duo and payable"!! demainl. Rev. McDaniel will preach at this of my Mother Ethel Rogers. Robin .s. K. Vox, I'mmcNT. merchants. The former pay nothing place Saturday night before the sec- Red Breast Sam Parrott. Bible exciting novel. "Omega: The Lost A minister' wife tells a goi.l story had deli vend himself nf his lines, "My ut her own exjieiiso which illustrates liege, the Dakeof lluckitixli'itu it taken," the support of the city in the way ond Sunday in May. to I Alia Risinger. Very Nice Nicholas Days of the World." has interviewed litan'n incredulity of hur ability to etc.. lie to allow tho king to make - . jbi'i .;'" of taxes, nothing for the streets along thoii'Ual exi'l.iiui'tluti. At each ov I lie Bro. Johnny Annis preached at Oak Barrass. What I Know Clyde Hock-e- r. a number ol prominent men in all kivp hir mouth bltut under nny coni i'"r- - tr.i U.ciinrd "vi which they distribute their questionaGrove last Sunday; also, Rev. Bolton The Blue and the Gray Lolia professions as to what they would do sideration. Her husband was rccov-prititime to if science were to picdict from a serious illness. The day had h.ird!y Igiven tho ble bargains, nothing for lighting the Monday night following. Risinger. By request Miss Flora pronounce U lined hliriekitii; out Mrs. Eliza Drake, of near this Walker recited "Jennie McNeil," to that the end of the world would ar- when tho worst was over tho doctor his iniilcdtftlo'i, which ho considered nun streets, nothing for any ot the public rive in the next thirty days. T.le an- smiled, with tho lemark that nil ho of the eitunttons of the tragedy, lint service necessary in a town or city. place, who has been sick so long, is the delight of the entire audience. needed wius quiet and spokuof a jiow-de- r during the performance ho had decided Closing speech, by Tommie Barrass. swers arc various and curious, nnd which ho would leave. Kising to The established merchant pays for all getting well. heighten the interest which is felt in go, tho wifo reminded him of tho that it would Ik) much morn tiiitural and OMiiiiini, 1.1m We are greatly in need of a Grist ,. i.n i.ilf.M Rev. David Roll was called for and iinpresxlvo to stride up and down tho these. His interest is the city's in; lor un.li.l ('in mIki- i Mill at this pla'ce. We have had no responded to the call with a nice talk to the second part of Plantation's great powder "to keep her husband quiet," etngo a tiumltcr of times, gimidimg his liJS- -inll.f I ViwiT.nr I llll'Mt llttlV Hllll iv. mn HI. terest and vice versa. But the tramp IIhisO M ITIIiII' tllllll when to her amusement tho doctor teeth licforo delivering tho lines in his Illlll IlllrlllsllllfSSlllll.-tllHl- i mill for some time and the people the children. Last, but not least, Mr. novel, which nppears in the May . r sn.i mutt 1 merchant has nothing in common. It is a question which every- turned, and looking her in tho face most guttural tones, which were to p;si lllllllt hi liiii'iitinii l ,. mills, hs In isu Isililil have to go to other places to do their C. Slade Taylor, who was requested iimci Hint nr imikii , i 1.1M1; nit nuid: "Tho powder was not for your for deep and concentrated hatred. ot this market he For the privilege ; f11 .Sss Mil mlviirs li ri)h1:1Mint jpfi'irnrvs In milling. A good mill would do well to come nnd make a speech to the one will find interesting to ask of husband, but for you. Ho will lw Unfortunately for tho result, he had tin iiiiniiir should, therefore, pay and pay dearly here and we see why some one children, arose and talked for one himself: What would you do it withneglected to contido his change nf Idea nrtiwil n..iiis tii iniiiimii sHie meiiy 111 , r don't quiet enough if ho only gets tho it he should not bo taxed out alto- don't take the enterprise in hand. to his fellow actor. Catesby waited what Iuhii, urn.. I" (Vtsj.t hour, which was highly appreciated in six weeks the end ot the world was chance." Exchange. doubtless seemed to him nn age. lint But gether. Thus far all is well. certain? Probably no novel wltich has Ivillr I !'- - 'lS 'I',Aiihi,i II tl Mr. Buck Porter and family of near by all present. the only effect tho news of BuckingTile Druruti'i, Tliouillitl. ever appeared in an American Magwhat about the consistency ot Capt. this place, have moved to Select, Prayer by Rev. Dave Roll, an! the ham's capturo seemed to have upon RichGood Hero THE DHUM. Ellis, who by endorsing the Chicago where Mr. Torter will engage in the crowd dispeised, saying it was good azine has been more elaborately illus gave 1110Boyput ou is that penny you ard was to make him take even longer to tho contribution nji.thoilntrnl trated by more distinguished artists. Btrides than lieforo nnd mnkn nr explatform endorsed the next thing to timber business. to have been there. Hoping Mr. Rog- plate, i mado n mistake, an put iu tremely unplc.-fau- t noin 'gritting" his Tln'tv It wiiiio tfiVCTiim Saunier, Vogel Maulle, a button instead. absolute Free Trade? As a DemoThe Sunday School at Green River ers will be employed to teach the fall Laurens, li'iiiiinlinii In teeth. After venturing several interrog- .Mniiuliiiiy nf mirriinii. Hint MrlVr-Mlijilrlt Rochegrosse, Gereditt and Chovin all I Father Hum What did Deacon atory coughs, which did not niter either cratic mogul he is for opening the Church is in a flourishing condition. school, we close and sign, ilun.l, contribute to the explanation of the Shall) say when ho saw it A trolii-ncrowd was present last tho pace of tho monarch nr provoko any markets of this country to the roer Quite a large A Fmkn'd. Good Uoy Ho didn't notico it. I reply whatever, tho unfortunate CnteHby Tliwtiijli tlmrlrrr text. chants of the world and inviting them Sunday. Ami uiK Imnli l mmrrjilicro guess tho church is out of kindling decided to wivn the day, which wciihmI lliy ialilmiliiRii)llnljri A clever story of another kind It's mil In upon tlir car. M iss Clyde Taylor, of District No. ItONlnr. to come in and compete with our own wood, because I heard him mutter to him on the vergo of lieing lost, by a May 2. A. E. Paxton, Louisville, that of the new English novelist. Gil- something ubout getting more chips bold e 1. Tlirrr'ani'arl is attending school at Oak Grove. nl though like the tramp merchant here 25, Of the nrt bert Parker, in the same number. from tho olo Mock. Good News. Mr. T. C. Taylor, of Aberdeen, is was in town yesterday. Disregarding tho monarch's frown, ho Of lliy tiniflc t lirnrt they have no interest in common with began again in a clear voico, "My liege, '11ml tlirlltNHMinii-tliliiiIn iw tlmt awnlfrnt J. A. Heavrin, Owensboro, spent "American society in Paris" is anoth- - f parents. us They pay no taxes, they help visiting his nlllin Mnri. Salt!, a Sardinian city, lias no po- tho duko of Buckingham is taken," and Anil In ili)nu-lil-i er article of another kind, but one to The Village Prayermeeting meets a few days In our town last week. concluded Imlilly, wo'vo took oif 'is support no institution of ours. But ilmi'lilnic Miss Annie M. Allen returned make even a short residence in the lice, no clergymen, no doctor, no 'cad!" Tho effect "an electric. Them at the residence of B. J. Shields. was Ami I'xiit'tltnili- - nf tlmn chupel. Marriage. nro ratified by a the same versatile Capt. Ellis, as an tliy mrlmly nub. young men contem- home the 27th, alter closing quite a French capital. The Cosmopolitan priest or registrar nt a parish many wan no art, but nature, in tho burnt of (.mHiiiiirililneiiu tiiKlorj-tSeveral of our me. attorney for tho merchants ot Owens-boro- , plate attending the Watterson Lec- successful school at White Oak. scores a success in producing in its miles distant, to which brides and nnger with which tho enraged Richard, is far from being a Free Trader. May number, almost .simultaneously bridegrooms travel iu batches to have tearing off his crown and armor and Ami tlicinir't Eugene Childs, Horton, spent Satture at Hartlord, May 13. hurling them at his tmfortimato but well Of tin) lnviu.t He is, in fact, a rank Protectionist. to the Rkpum.ican and its urday with his father's family near with the newspapers, nn elaborate tho ueeetMury ceremonial conducted. meaning support, screamed out: "You Tlmi Uiy rolllnc rotm of rrtt Success Ih n piitrlndu mlrlt nn n C'ntillnrntn.1 ilrrssed, These merchants, many ot whom many readers. town. description of Professor Gray's mar'ave, nn Rural. The miiiuto green bodies found on spoilt 'avo you! Well, yon v Ikji Tho Anil liu I1H11111 tho wholo bloouiiu pUy." from ll.nc.lfHini Miss Annie Kilgallon, of near velous invention, the Telautograph, tho fresh are Democrats, can boast of their water polyp have been Of n entnry of lnmli. Fordsville, is visiting Miss Lu.ie which reproduces the handwriting, or shown to bo vegetable cells which tragedy ennin to an untimely end. Har- Ana thn IiIikhI (iu npilinl nl Free Trade proclivities, and talk of Excursion Kntea. In llvlnR per's Magazine. Inviuty lilmims. ValCurley. Newport News and Mississippi the work of the artist, simultane- furnish sugar for tho animal, while Robber Barons and Monopolies and a Ami lilnr-ipMorton Kuykendoll and wife spent ously, thousands ot miles distant tho latter in turn provides them with Thieving Tariff when Uncle Sam ley Co. will sell excursion tickets to Trnr an lUcuiviit In Klcknru. WrnrtliuKiilHi nourishment. Of That apprehension of catching puiHisii piiror.n I lw. his protecting arm around our Louisville on the 9th and 10th to the spent Sunday with relatives at Sul- from the place where the writer or throws Am tlielimmf tin-iIn llfti'iltn n In Jockey Club. phur Springs. diseases assists in spreading artist is sitting. Mr. Howel's pur-- 1 Tho houso of commons has met on industries, but when Free Trade.pure meetingof the Louisville tint skit's them is an old doctrine, in supjiort of Tliut In hrli:l C. II. Talley, wife and child, left pose in "The Traveler from Alturia" Sunday J I times, on various occaOn Tuesday and Wednesday the adand unalloyed, stares these merchants wlilto field will be free. For Sunday for Louisville, where they Is, month by month, becoming moie sions when urgency demanded it. which many facta might bo cited, and llislnmlIilurr n. in tnrry in tho face, when Free Trade brings mission to the is only reasonable to supposo that As IlItli IiiiikIis In hllLi'ii Unlit. address any will visit the family of W. B. Curley. evident, and is now receiving wide Tho first timo was in tho reign of Ed- it rlpiilu tn tho brr C7M 1U7 further information, un ''itinerant merchant1' iu front of nmi iiIkIiI. ward III, tho last at tho death of when) tho reception of contagion is Willson's Comedy furnished excelagent ol the company. attention at the hands ol the critics Georgo II. assisted by dopiession of tho system Tlicmrniiloep thier store door to sell goods that the lent entertainment both Friday and nil over the world. alarm would hnvo that effect. It is, liurJie-i- ri'ep merchants themselves should sell, they Mrs. Homespun, who has n terri-bi- o howover, tho common expenonco of OVrlliiip.ilti'nnstlirylrnp, Saturday nights. KIMIERIKIOK. timo every morning to get her medical men that especially in sur Asthy tiiiniilt, , tiilnierKruHlnc.nn tho "Hence forget their Democracy, forget their May 1. After an absence of several Miss Ida Childs spent Sunday at fllllU llstl'l-pIlo Krmly For fhu KmiTKenrj. young hrood out of their lieds, sayH gical cases sanguine liavo a great adparty fealty, forget their Free Trade weeks, I will try to give the happen- Horton the guest of her sister, Mrs. Wlillo tlm pinjcr Good luck h ilusirablo oven whon sho cannot understand why children Itl-tlicm vantage over despondent pationte, and with their hauds on their pocket ings of this community. you huvo done your best" to succeed, nro called tho rising generation. H. T. Thomson. With thn wn nnil cfirth nmi nlr nnd that to abandon tho expectation Aft nhcrltngo tn frfiMlnni'H twins nmi dniiRlitcrt but remember that tho most favorahooks, which are being fleeced by a while A. M. Burnett spent a short Mr. John E. Hammons, of Louis of recovery is alwut tho worst thing ovcryw Imrr. Eo not affronted at n jest. If one which foreigner.cry loudly to theCityCouncil last week at Rives, Tenn., the guest ville, was mingling with his many ble circumstances or btrokus of .InmPs'Whltmmb Itller. anybody anxious for recovery ni-of ltttlo valuo iuiIchh you throw over so much salt nt thee, thou for protection. Free Trade may do to of his brother, R. J. Burnett. can do. friends here Saturday and Sunday. have propured yourself to tuko ad- wilt receivo no harm unless thou art Sir Astloy Cooper indeed wan alMrs. Nora Spurrier and two chil tickle the ear ot the unthinking, it Miss Annie L. Allen, who has been vantage of them. Of what ndvan-tng- raw and ulcerous. Junius. ways reluctant to porform an operasuffice a party hard pressed fur dren, Whites ville,. are the guests of teaching nt Horse Branch, returneJ would Hnynu'H fiery speech have may tion whero tho subject to bo submitbeen to Daniel Webster if ho hud not, "Instant Dcutli." argument, it may sound all right in J. W. Stevens and family at this home Friday. with tho instinct of genius, loug It is questionable if bucIi a phe- ted to il was apprehensive of a fatal writing. S. D. Childs has sold his house and theory, Capt. Ellis and the merchants equiptied himself for tho assault nomenon as instant death ij known result. Whon pationts had mado up E. E. Tinsley, wife and two chil- lot to J. W.Ragland and contemplates nf Oweusboro may talx it iu the which ho repelled with biic'i crushto tho scientist aud investigator. Phy- thoir minds that they would not and Sunday moving to Louisville. thoy scorned to him to loso r of Congress, on the stump and dren spent Saturday halls ing energy Had ho not proviously sicians and surgeons tells us that Mrs. Ellen Sullenger, who has been weighed and refuted in his own death by gunshot wound is tho easiest their recuporativo power. London in the store,but when it is proposed to above town, the guests of J. Walter World. Allen and family. mind tho charges of his opponent, mode of terminating lifo; yot, rapid sick for several weeks, is slowly imbring Free Trade to Oweusboro they Illnkt)' Cuiiuillnn Oratory. his reply, instead of ranking among asbuch a modo of talcing off must Mrs. Lena Anderson and little proving. raise their bands in holy horror and daughter, Cova, are visiting above Mr. Bluko is unquestionably a man W. Tabor has sold his stock of tho greatest masterpioces of oratory, necessarily bo, tho body 1ms loisuro J. in action if not in words exclaim Free might hnvo only revealed his own to fool and timo to reflect and on of great capacity, and ho is a ready town. furniture to II. L. Her and S. I). Mordebater. His utterances, huwuvor, weakness. Thousands of men hail rare occasions oven to act. Trudo is a Bham; we are in favor of D. Stevens, who has gan, who will continue business at Mrs. V. D. On tho first attempt of ouo of tho liavo tho nieritH nnd demerits of Been tho printH of a horse's hoofs in "holding him off." been confined to her room forso long, the old stand. tho soil baforo Faust discovered by ndhorents of tho Spanish monarch transatlantic oratory. Ho was too is better at this writing. Greeley Romans, Caneyville, nnd them tho nrt of printing. William trt assassinato William, princo of diffuso, nnd ho piled word on word in e A I.riKllnir Colored Mllsrii ol The Sunday School at Alexander is Charlie Leach Horse Branch, were iu Mathows In Hurper'u Youug People. Orango, tho ball passed through tho his sonteuces with needless redun County Urnd, SttjiUhu in Hi approach. Doues or nls taco and brought him to dancy. And tho sentences I Never On Friday evening, April 28, Allen in a flourishing condition large at- town Saturday, Too often, whm tho situation become.-- fully Is too Ute. That It often happens that Bermuda po- tho ground. In 'tho instant which yot liavo I heard such lengthy ones. known, It AllttloMrcnCHs- -a Is true of Kidney' I am Bob Daniel, Beaver Dam, was In Allen, of color, departed this life. He tendance and good lessons. UUcaso. llttlo tatoes aro small und poor jiotatoes of preceded stupefaction, however, ho I sat through three minutes .of ones tho back. Thowicjicltumiiiusplclon. Jamonoss ot HmWenly was 64 years of age. He left 8 chil glad to see the people taking so much town yesterday. was ablo to framotho notion that tho then I withdraw to smoko a cigarette. aeuto Bymptonw Bupervcno ana deiitb ensue. native growth, which hnvo leen It Is Our school closes with two nights treated with acid in order that thoy coiling of a room had fallen in and Whon I returned, so far as I could roaton llko tho . fatal spring of tho wolf. Let us dren living. He had been married i interest, and hope that we can boast 1. On learn, tho sentence was not yet con- Fonncr-f- l U111 iiihtest symptom why not uso Dr. twice. His last wife having died a of.bqying one among the best Sunday entertainment on June, 2d and 3d. may look liko tho imported tubors. crushed him. llacltacho nocau-jo- . Another question in this connection cluded. London Truth. - iy n KMnuy ami auurantocd Cufa fsattsfv or short time ago. He was a consistent Schools in the county. The public generally are invited to be Exchange. It ls ...... to So only pay for benefit is that of probublo pain. Although Mic.no.v, On the 33d of April the spirit of present. autuull7 rccelvod. and substantial member of the colorCtiveri a Multltuile of Sim. you f.1'0".1.1? f A man named Borisson. chaplain numerous instances could be cited in '. t' P mistaken In fearing David C. Stevens passed from among ed M. K. Church at this place. dlseaao. It will Oil r.o harm and h..a at any Biggs You say your wifo always of Trinity college, hnd only one eye. rapport of tho view that tho mind your wto As a slave he belonged first to a the living. It is with a sad heart that pins a flowoi'on your coat beforoyou B? ucleansedc'rcdMood, given you rcuowodllfo SEND twelve cents iu postage Much merriment was aroused when acts in cases of so called instant death, your head, tanoil up your w.e,?1 Htotnach, InvlKoratert yojr nerves and Dbre, and man named AuslemWatson.by whom we note the death of our friend and stamps to 39 Corcoran Building, Wash ho advertised in a local paiier for n it by no means follows that tho in lcavo homo? rS tiuloWay. UiSeaBa you tnt' Tk" fttnc "Yes, eho has for a month." fliction of a fatal blow is attended by he was sold to Isaiah Ileston, who, in schoolmate, for his untimely death ington, D. C, and you will receive "Mnglo resident pupil." Biggs Woll, it shows sho thinks tho loust Bemblanco of pain or a single has cast a gloom over the entire com- lour copies of Kate Field's Washingturn, sold him to Jo. Allen, in whose Tho "weaker" sox is willing to do rn- TTnlnau .lnu O J'OU .towr.'L-.-. -- ot urvvtaui almakao family he remained until he became a munity. He was a young man of ton, containing matter of special in- -' a good half of tho good work of a nniiif at fonr !'or it's becaiiso sho novor can ro- -' ( rosulto immejUately, however, the! .itnlr.a lint riuuitrcl IUciprs for mnk- moral character. He was just terest. Give name and address, and community. to ew-- on the button."-C- hifreeman. He served as a soldier dur-- 1 S0 It often does much pain may bo as varied as the nature-1:1 iiiiu liuiiciuu. vnnuy- ciivniii- - away quici.iy at drug nl homo. This book Is glvou jng the Civil War in the army of the budding Into manhood when God where you saw this advertisement. ly more than that, but it cannot do all. ot ttte .... , Press. w"w and goheral stores. ."L Jambs Cotximj, a notorious horse thief, whs handed Rt (merman, Ky., Wednesday night by n mob of masked fasmers. Hardinsburg, upon which the owner Imd been unable to make n living. Hv Industry and economy he quickly paid for his place, and has been since recognized as one of the best farmers Politically he in this community. was a staunch Republican, having been chosen delegate by his party on several occasions to the various State Conventions. What influence he had was always exerted in behalf of molality and progress. He was not only considered a leader among his own race, but every one esteemd hint as n good The citizen and an honest man. community will feel his lo's. RontN Hoon. That nil persons contributing to to the family to know he wns this column must in overv case si.; i still among the living.' Hut the cold their unities as an evliieuee ol good icy hand of death has claimed him ns taith, the name of course being omitHis merry voice and ted from publication? its victim. childish laughter will be heard no That we have no space for this more. No more he will be seen here column this week save to siy: on earth, but he is singing with the That Gabe Likens has lost his hat? angels above. He Is now wearing a That I. I,. Hcrkslurc has read gold and has bade farewell crown of to the trials and troubles of this life, Peck's Diary? That John Vaught docs not like to for having lived a christian life we Weep not for have his name in this column? know he is nt rest. The pnetft what wrlto about nymp lIlltlL'K, An AnililiultanitiMriwi"iliiln,trt 'Itli'iut Of u hut i'tryli'llw, An they ilon't tech n feller llko you an llko me, Fcr they talk ahnut iMtthooM Orceks uster kIi.k. rut 'I lii'y liiiln'l iihk-i'l- nhnt II y riiyml 'II h Mine tn lli'lil tin tho fetiso not no lilco nirno wfftooc, .J It An Kodilewn nobody b'llcves In no more; In a kin (if a i'lnalcal They nay thoramo thliiitft wehavu nil heart afore In a langwltlgo so gran 1 hut wo can't umlerstnn, An ton stylish an nncll for a workaday man. Vy, Mms yp, there's po'try In flowers an blrdi An court In nn luv an young babies cnounh orils Thet ilon't he v to he v lonit acadeni To make a man )ell, "Thet's tho mi IT, thcl'a 1" the fluff 'v. Ihet's Jet tho Muff Of wlilrli any olo iluff Mko ynu mid llku 1110 can't fill up with enouttli. Jext Ht up cr sones so us plain folks can hrar. An niiiko V111 nuiw send for mo an my wife) Muku Via Jlimlo an Kullup 'illi vM'rjiluy rheor; Wet Vniiloun Mill the joosnuf the w Incprwu is a wond"-ri'- l remedy, which is alike cial to you nnd yi ip children. Such is Scotts Emuhiou of Pure NonvcHvm Cod Liver Oil and Hypophos-phitc- s of Lime and Soda. It checks wasting in the children and produces sound, healthy flesh. It keeps them from taking cold and it will do the same for you benefi- iW Emulsion il Scott's It - 1 $37.50 SOUTHERN QUEEN $37.50 Silvcr-ptate- ile '' iiih-cli- iu? .,, I rarmer 1 1 s. We liavo just in ot the more !. HOi OE THE am STEAD ... Decern-bcr.iitimce. I I I ill I lots aild to m largo Small - quantities TIl3 J I pro-duc- o tlCal goods can be attested by the best farmers. Call on us or write. Premium offered on best Tobacco. i' HOCKER CO., ' Globe-Dciuocn- Beaver Eam, Ky. J . ;; an ! iv':u MmmmM 11 i.-in 1 1 1 r I t ' n 1 I epi-deni- 11 1 rt for-tun- bo-for- y Urrck-eiirldic- ! tojcthi-rallttio- r, j' kid-no- y . J tojurifl8.--4?luJadoln- liia m' ''o, ... , ' 7 .Afi&' For frcjh groceries go to M. H. Collins. The List of feeds for your horse, nt Cnsilulr .t Bui ton's. J. S.' PERSONAL Field, Buford, called at our Monday. M, P Kimbley, Ceralvo, was in town Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Sanderfur go to Owensboro J. A. Heavrin, Owensboro, was In town the first of the week. Dr. Luther Phlpps, Chicago, has been lu town this week. W. P. Render, Point Pleasant, was In the city Tuesday. Hon. C. M. Pendleton.ofLouisvllle, has been in town this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Ilardwick will gu to Owensboro Z. II. Sliultz, Sulphur Springs, spent Tuesday night in town. J. C. lli'.cy and V O. Harnett, went to Owensboro yesterday. J. 7. :.:i!vs, Trif'er, and O. L. sec us Fri-daSelect, called of-fito-dah. ) v. WASHINGTON. BamiW to lie IMirl mid olhor llnpptu-liiK- ". COMING OUR WAY! The 'State Capital iooms up on the horizon, headed toward Louisville, and the people of the whole country are headed toward the big store of Carson & Co., Fair Bros. -- & Co. J11&L icceieved, a fresh lot of canned goods nt M. II. Collins. "Notwithstanding all the talk to the contrary," said a Democratic Horn l'rcntis, To the wife of E. 1 Neal, on last Sunday, a fine girl. OFFKR- Remember that C. L. Field is the place to have your horse cared for. Twcnty Money-Savin- g Bargains. I pay cash for produce. M. H. Coi.uns. a fan Md any of - fip! Cnsebicr & Burton will gladly feed your horse when you come to town. d C. L. Field lias a of buggies. Call and sec his stock before you buy. car-loa- 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ) 10 11 12 13 14 15 1( 5c. Best Prints SH. Best Bleach 7c. Best Shirting c. Nice White Goods c. Fine 'hal!ics Men's Work Shirts 10c Ladies Test " Fast Black Hose 8:,c 8,c Men's Seainles Socks " 20c Ilaibriiran " Ladies Hats 50c. to 82.50. Oxford Ties 50c. to S2. " 1893 Fine Shoes $1.50. " Custom Made " $2.00. Child Red Oxfords 75c. Men's low cut Shoes $1.00 to 83.50. " Brogttn. " 00c. " 1.00. " Blow 25c. Boys Knee Pants Men's Suits $3.50 to 820.00. When you come to Hnrtlord leave your Hoibc at Cnsebicr & Burton's stable. Cnsebicr it Burton have the best II ly, corn and oats. Call on them when you come to town. 17 18 19 20 Look it all over and come to see us. Hartford Temple of Fashion, I 3i jt-.?-.- . FRIDAY. .MAY i.Hitn. PKSWIUM! One nirc l'nU'iit llwi.l CnUnr given toanyone I'.uj niR $25.00 worth ofgoods (except oil an I pimls) fit my House Iwlwccn this aiui Jaiiuury 1. 1894. $1 00 worth ol o(ls ought nt one time cntitks purchaser to one ticket. Rtsp'y, jjuitar 35 tickets H. Ukan. llnrtlonl, Ky. I. 1 1 want your produce. Imyyour ll.its at Oirs.ou it Co.'s Pace is the barber. Call on him. Tracy it Son Remember Kalin's Clothing House. Taylor & Co. have the buggies for you. Tight rolled umbrellas nt Fair Hros. it Co. & Co. 1 Nice silks for waists, at Fair nros. See the new clothing nt Orson & ' j Co's ll.irgaius in pants nt Fnir Bros. & Co's. Call nt Stevens & Collins for fresh Groceries. Sugnr, i;lbs fur;?!, nt Stevens & Collins. Stevens & Collins are headqunrters for fruits. Stevens & Collins pay cash lor produce. Call lor the Clover Ic.il Shoes at Carson & Co.'s Novelties in Millmrey gojdsat Fair Hi os. & Co.'s The correct st le in neck wear, at Co.'s Fnir Hros. The latest style in Clothing, mid Shoes at Kalin's. Hats I Ail inviting display of summer fabCo s rics at Fair Bros. Huggics, Buggies, Buggies at Taylor it Co.'s, Beaver Dam. . A sack suit liat suits your money sack nt Fair Bros. & Co. to look well in one of You Fair Bros. & Co.'s new hats. are-sure Miss Sara Collins, thehat trimmer, .Js over'Carson & Co.'s big store. Our slock of Shoes cannot be exCahson & Co. celled. We have the best Milliner in the Carson & Co. State. any time and any Ice for sale at tf quantity, at Williams Bros. Take your Wool to Kalin's for Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Caps and Shoes. 'Y ' W.'r. Arnold, onduct a ers at Leitchfield, Ky., beginning May 15th, and continuing eight 39-weeks. Write for particulars. 3t wilt A. M., Ph. D Tralning-Schoo- l for Teach- We acknowledge receipt ol invitation to be present nt the Banquet of Joliii Siuitit, McIIenry, visited his the Alumni Association of Hnrtford brother, Attorney J. A. Smith, College and Business Institute 10 be held nt the Ilnrtfoi'd House, Frida), Mr. L. W. Huiil:mtilaugliter,MibS June 2d. Lizzie, Horton, wcrc'plensaut callers Rev. A. B. Smith, of McIIcnry.will yesterday. T. E. Davidson, who is teaching a fill Dr. Coleman's pulpit on the second Sunday, Dr. Coleman being in Select School at District No. 32, callattendance at the Southern Baptist ed to see us Saturday. Convention at Nashville at that time. S. C. Stevens, Benvcr Dam, reprellro. httutli is a most unassuming senting the Parmelee Library, called minister, yet one of the ablest in the to see us Wednesday. whole Green River country. He deMrs. Dr. Colenym N at Calhoon serves a large congregation. with her brother, Mr. Henry Austin-- , who Is not expected to live. A l'nltllr Library n Xrrranlty. It was not nnny yearj ago that J. L. Taylor, an Ohio county teacher, has gone to Wellington, Knnsas. the first free public library was Educational Courant. established in this country and EngOur old friend, J. A. C. Park, Clear land, but the time will soon come, ii Run, called in Friday last and paid indeed it has not already arrived, up for the year ahead. when n town or city's stage of adMr. J. W. Lewis and wife, Rosine, vancement may lie determined by the who have been in Florida for several recognition and support it gives to months, returned home Wednesday. public libraries. Certainly we could S. T. Harnett and Master Ernest Bennett, No Creek, visited not go far wrong in taking this choosing relatives in Livermore Saturday and as guide in our a place for business or residence. A Sunday. t Mrs. Judge Jno. P. Morton and son, public library serves a purpose simiBurr, returned Wednesday from a two lar to that of a public reservoir, both weeks visit to her sister, Mrs. J. W. illustrates the economy of Baker, near McIIenry. the former is as necessary to the Misses Oma Smith and Myrtle neighof the Tinsley, of the Washington mental and moral welfare borhood, are attending the Sam community as the later is to its physmeeting at Owensboro. ical health and comfort; and the Jones' Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Wcerner went time is not far distant when the abto Owensboro Tuesday to hear Sam sence of a library will lower a city's Jones. Mrs. Wterner will go to standing as does now the lack of res- Gatesville, Texas, to visit her brothervoirs. An appropriation to a pub- er, II. D. Bennett. lic library is not an expenditure; it is Mrs. J. W. Ford, Mrs. G. B. Willan investment which returns the larg- iams, Misses Jessie Font, Mattie Sanand Dr. J. S. Coleest dividend. A good library attracts derfur, Mary Rowc man went to Owensboro Wednesthe best class of immigrants, it raises day to hear Sam Jones. . the standard ol living, it serves as a The roads arc just now getting in school of manners to both old and good condition and in order to enjoy young. It gives to men and boys joursell iully ynu should have a nice - M.J.' ......W ....--- r. profitable employment for their leis- buggy. Call and see the fine assortLook nt Knhn's new Cloliiin.;. You ure hours and is tluisasaving,influence ment of buggies ior sale by Taylor & will buy n Suit for yourself u.irt sou at in many a life, which becomes a prof- Co., of Beaver Dam. Knhn's. it instead of a burden, a blessing inA number ol the citizens ol Hart-lor- d The loveliest lines ol ladies hats stead of a curse, to the community. went to the Court House Saturever shown in Hnrtlord, is at Fair day night for the purpose of perfectDid it ever occur to you that you Hros & Co.'s Reshare the benefit of the reading done ing plans regarding the Soldiers' V. Hale's nice line of Jewelbe held here July 4 and 5. See J, union to by your friends and neighbors and ry, consisting of watches, clocks, J. A. Smith was elected Manager and by the residents of your town or C. L. Hardwick, Secretary. The foltf hnins, etc., at Fords villc. city generally? The more reading the lowing committees were appointed to That elegant Prince Albert suit nt less rowdyism and the greater indus- act with such committees as might be $15. by the prince of clothing men. try, order and sobriety. This benefit appointed by Preston Morton Post: Fair lluos. & Co. Finance, J. C. Riley, Capt. S. K. Cox, Remember that we still handle the to you is greatly increased if you Jo. B. Rogers. Arrangements, Louis have children, for their lives must be Gunther, S. C. Taylor, G. C. Wester-gelShoe. Anderson ReCarson & Co. greatly influenced by the character of S. S. May, W. II. Moore. Why 1 am buying my clothing at their companions. It is almost as ception, Col. J. S. R'. Wedding, Dr. J. Knhn's? He has the styles nud the important to you that your neigh- E. Pendleton, L. M. Render, John J. McIIenry, Rowan Holbrook, Judge best goods nt the lo.vcst pri;es. bors children should have access to John P. Morton. The committee will You can find Cakes, Candy, Sugar, good books as your own. Edward Ev- meet with the Post Committee on the Coffee, Molasses, Soda, Starch. Nails, erett Hale says: "I should advise second Saturday evening. Coal Oil and etc., nt Tracy it Son's. nny man or woman to give A Vleiimint Kveiilnir. J. W. Hale, Jeweler, Fordsville, is money, time and energy to building A very pleasant party was given at prepared to do all kinds of watch and up the library of the neighborhood the home of Miss Emma Fair last clock repairing. Bring or send your his own, even if he were Friday night. Different games were tf rather than work to him engaged in, and all .were enjoyed by thinking only of the advantage of Refreshments were those present. The Parmelee Library is a good To illustrate the served nt 1 1 o'clock, and shortly afthis own family." Libraplan for establishing a Public Give Mr. increased influence of a good book In erward all departed lor their respecry. It deserves success. a public library as compared with one tive homes, feeling that it was good Stevens your order. . The following named private library would say upon to be there. Mr. A. R. Carson, head clerk of in a Misses time young people were present: Carson & Co.'s grocery department, examination of a book a short Helen Foster, Katie Coombes, Verda is still selling lSlbs of granulated ago to determine whether it was Duke, Mattie Sanderfur, ElvaMorton, Sugar for $1.00, cash. worth reblnding, found that the book and Messrs. T. J. Morton, W. M. Tracy & Son have opened up in the had been bound three times, and in Fair, L. B. Stevens, J. A. Smith, Sam Grocery business at John I?. Bean's the last binding it had been issued A. Anderson, O. J. Thomas. " old stand and would be glad to have from the library one Hundred times. Jfrxt Week. everybody call and see them. Flour & to $4 per barrel, seed is safe to say that it had been Issued It Don't forget the Sunday School three hundred times and probably BuckWhcat for your bees, iSkenes Pure Raw Bone Meal for late corn Union 'at Beaver Dam one thousand or fifteen hundred peo- planting, excellent Feed Oats and Ample preparations have been made ple had enjoyed its influence. Com- Millett Seed, Salt by the barrel, very to entertain all who way attend. with the volume In your low, at J. W.Ford & Co. Marriage license since our last re- pare this m . m There is a material home library. Not quite ho Unci. port: F.d Chlnn to Annie Smith, J. It is quite annoying all around to Deuham Hockcr to Bcitha Morrison, side to the library idea, and we write-up- s the Drs. W.. L. Arnold to Nannie L. Tilford. that Iowa has the bnly associa- read the various Pendleton have received since SunThe press of the towns in which tion which deals with this phase, day evening when they were attacked Mr. S. C. Stevens, of the Parmelee namely, the actual establishment and by the cow. Their many friends Library Association, his placed Li- equipment of libraries in the differ-- . over this and other States would conbraries, speak in highest terms of his ent towns and cities. We refer to the clude from the newspaper accounts work and the books. Parmelee Library Company, ol Des that one or both might not recover E. PendleTaylor,& Co., Beaver Dam, have Moines, Iowa. This company Is from the wounds. Dr. I. ton was knocked down twice by the the finest lot of buggies ever brought Their represented In this part of the State cow and gored once behind the ear, to the Green River Country. prices are low and those desiring a by S. C. Stevens, of Beaver Dam. A but only a flesh wound was inflicted. nice, servicable buggy should see few reasons for indorsing the library The Dr. was down on the street in an them. work: Each member selects any three hour after it happened and has been attending to his practice ever since. Mr. S. C. Stevens, of Beaver Dam, books from a list of something over Dr. E. H. Pendleton was knocked is having abundant success with the twenty two hundred that he would down and had a rib broken. He was Parmelee Library. He has succeeded like to see placed In the library. out on the street Wednesday and will in putting in libraries at Central saddle a few days. for When he makes his selection I15 knows be readyall the great in o about So that this City, Greenville and Morgantown and type, "may prove fatal and etc." is simis now at Beaver Dam, where he will the exact size of the book, and uncalled for. put In another. The plan Is an ex- quality of paper and etc. Another ply silly Hint) ed. cellent one and cheap. The books are good reason Is there is no money paid Two iron gray mares were taken up of the best class, with good binding, until the library has been received by me as strays on Wednesday, Apr. good type and good paper, which by the librarian. So each member can 12, at my farm near Beda. The owner you choose. Mr. Stevens will visit privelege of examincan get them by calling and paying for Hartford and Fordsville when he p see and has the through at Beaver Dam. Read the ing each volume before paying fdr tills advertisement. G. W. Hoovim. Beda, Ky. his share. plan elsewhere In this Issue. yes-tetiiu- y. Wcar-for-Kvd, ,be-He- ve to-d- Senator, who has a reputation for going straight at any point he wishes to reach, and little patience with those who adopt a roundabout route, "this Administration is going to issue bonds, and nobody knows it better than Mr. Cleveland and Secretary Carlisle, and in my opinion they will issue them before the first of July." That seems to be the opinion of all those who have given the subject any study, and it is probable that the present attitude of the Administration on the subject was assumed for the purpose of being able to meet the criticisms certain to be made when it becomes certain that bonds will be issued by the statement that all other suggested expedients had been tried and that their failure had compelled ready-mad- e the issue of the bonds. Indeed, it has been positively asserted by a personal friend of Secretary Carlisle that Mr. Cleveland wanted to issue $50, 000,000 of bonds last week, and would have done so had not Mr. Carlisle stood so firmly against it and finally told him that he might get another Secretary of the Treasury to Issue them as he would not, until everything else had been tried. Mr. Cleveland's proposition to the Wall Street men to borrow $50,000, 000 in gold from them for one year at 3 per cent interest, and in default of payment at the end of the year to issue bonds for that amount, did not strike the average mind as a very brilliant one. It was declined, however, because the Wall street men did not wish to take any chances about bonds; they want them issued, and will not help the Treasury unless they are issued, or a definite promise made that they will be issued at a stated time. disposition There is a to criticise Mr. Cleveland for having taken this financial business intohis ownhands.but a distlngushed Republican Senator remarked, "It is Cleveland and, not Carlisle, who will be held responsible for the success or failure of the financial policy adopted by the Administration." It is stated by those who know what is going on inside Administration circles that the reason for the Democraticattaclcon reciprocity .which Mr. Cleveland and his advisers have made up their minds to destroy, by annulling all the treaties made by the Harrison Administration, is that it stands in the way of putting sugar and coffee back on the dutiable list, from which they were taken by a Republican Congress. No duty can be levied upon sugar or coffee coming from any country which has a treaty granting their free entry Into the United States; hence the determination to wipe out the treaties. The programme is for the Administration to get all the reciprocity treaties out k. of the way before Congress gets ready to pass the Administration Tariff bill, -which is to put a duty on sugar, cofUP fee and probably tea on the dutiable list again. The small and the farmers of the country cannot fail to appreciate at its full value this piece of Democratic Statesmanship, which will materially increase their living expenses with no possibility of benefitting them to even the BUT pig-heade- UT a am BOSS! mule-heade- How are you headed are you d d or on the subject of Clothing? If you are, just set YOUR HEAD IN OUR DIRECTION And five minutes after you get your Ijead inside our door, we'll have your head turned by the sight visible, and ever afterd, wards you'll be at least las to level-heade- - 3s CQ C3S2Vt.I n.'i nil alii Remember that our stock conitjE," of everything in Fine Dress Goodsjsjinery-thin- g in the way of Wash Goods'aisa a complete line of Notions, Hats, SKSesSur-niturean- d Groceries. Don't forgei lliftt we take h'.rw'Mjb elm n t ini.I-j-jin iiof.nt ,j. 1 All I 11! If At the highest market pricdJ1 JIB your Wool, and don't forget Miopia place S bwj.a ..-t- he I j!- yill hirr Inn ",ooiI." niil n Hasi!loJfii ;br.I -" T p--" , CARSOJV & CO., successorsto''Adterso"n;'8 ii.w ' Bazaar, next door to Bank ofvdHattfbi4d.It twit. ) rk urimici.iiv p1 im u aa i i h. Ti k i Ml hLB.- !- !Jr 0,111V. wage-earne- ' i r 1 -- ,, tIta -' )! lio 3fiiJf.1I sill !:! JllJ !oi.i i.- f .".r.w !0 iJI.W "C"" RVKit C osing Out .IliV. .s,ir IIw boyol Imn ion Mb i!iic1 biu.I jili iti oili .irjvLi; yll " slightest extent. McKinney, New Hampshire, who wanted sW iiortV Rill ' bluishl ijlllu, 'Ji!i iv olumiixp- ,.,.. SalI -- oil" lia-i- i .ilw ibili of to be Commissioner of Pensions, has been given the comparatively insignificant position of Minister to Columbia, while Thompson, of California, gets the Brazilian Mission and Wiley, of New York, the Consulship to Bordeaux. That rule against appointing "ex's" has been laid on the shelf, along with other rales that were violated almost as soon as they were announced. The Government is being run just now with only one member of the Cabinet Secretay Smith in town, the rest of them, with the exception ot Secretary Lamont who remained in New York, being on their way to Chicago, with Mr. Cleveland to .attend the opening of the World's s Fair. ' The went somewhere lots of them didn't have money enough to go far to wait for the return of the appointing power, as they have completely disappeared from Wasingtion for the first time since the assembling of Congress, last December. Mr. Cleveland is expected to return next Tuesday when the can make a fresh start Among the five Government directors for the Union Pacific Railway Company, appointed this week, were Hon. Don. Dickinson, the gentleman who has been posing as the Warrick of the Administration and who said he declined to enter the Cabinet, and Gen. Fitzhugh Lee, of Virginia, who, it is said, did not ask for this or any other Federal appointment, being an avowed Candidate for the U. Some S. Senate from this State. think that he was given this position to make him, withdraw from the Senatorial contest, but there is no reason why it should have that affect. It will be easy enough for him to resign this place ifhe can get elected to the Senate, which will be by no means easy, as he has the liveliest sort of opposition. office-seekeroffice-seeke- Our stock is fresh, bUJMft jfSUu,..: Jl.lli oin to move and Tniistl'i eloaei 'fjH o3 I nh.q llr. moil everything out by the ZVTam' nrma niiitlr on.r(Vii tatalrViffcXaff' 71ftJ'I A wholesale pricey ft-k iota or T L . ' m ,' '.iiiJ.n wiljo dad P '" 'r ' l xtin'i . Thanking vors, am, yiufor frtal'Mi? T-H- UoUmIouUi 23ttS!?S'. ? ami, MO Iwoa ltfA 111 t a&t? -1 3,i w':1 i.lYmirertfatfitWT . VFfcJ- - V . ..ir..t.r .....-.-- aiiiii -jiiflii ii; jiiiiiKiinoo ,aiui" ..f.vn .iflnll'.Il ... t . .!,-vf- ." S! .uinji I W I W " It! q H jf a """ iC""w " lmJ?.Oi I ott ffI!,Pf JMp i . nR f in Irtilaitdwr tivxl U, 9. inill ban iOi-s-'- Vh iu ,y'i af in-- , mm , t IT d k -- U4 "W.fl Corn to O.I' Hartford , x " ' Jiir".n lIU .,,. ,;i ... llMK Y'l .., If-- t f. iCiA4-iw- i K'l ! (jlo 'r)i'iq Oil) WHU'. ji riiHi a " 'IT tlJ'- -l ...t.uini t( ..I j,M poit.uoi y.'" " ( ...-..- aa " ..f ,t ui.lUIVI ,ii)jjiilimnitr' - A ?lf,l I W ,. Ulnl' Jrjl;ii0.8,tidflHY.V.Kt'&i .. d 10 ,...."' ml v.i'lim nt70f J'"d ili 1o dbniiil BffiH iwini . c . r - "i-- 1 , -r- hmTOISE&Tlflp-!Tt--...! CIlU U yjno Jli'l , rjulil Ji .srtjjvi . IllflU ,. ,,, .(iiiirv. jin-J!- . " " "'- - III jfl iuv'1 . ... airaolnt" ..I...,,, iifti.r -. ?. 'JYI.fi l 7'1' i ui,nr(b r. ) . itii'J3"''-41. .mvtKj iNJum'-'iooi- i .."' .- it,'isMo 1 11 uri. V iq Viht, tu brin .tiHuiJjntwml in iio a'i Jill xMIuVI ,iiMA .Ji'oV vnii SEIOTC ry,' '' -- r N. t vUi J' ii 1 . Err, wmi j fri ,1'iw ...t....... .r.,11 - imi,i -fT . itMili'iintoo "ii- iovi H' I I - . . M (If VIKWIllH I'lintul Hit atJiiofl J' .1 1 . "' I iiTr rv.i .III .bI'Mjl Hairs Iff! ' ll'UI'li!"' ...... ..,.... till II"3i,Si"'"t J"v N- - f" w it i 3"K MJlH.'- l'"n 5"!i'"iR,09 t ...It Jln'.nivl! Dltl.l.- ' r Through the kindness of those two accomodating gentlemen, Messrs. John J. McHenry and T. h. Griffin, the Hartford boys have obtained a fine ball ground ont toward the Water putting they are Mills and in condition. When completed it it will be the best ground in this part of I the county. I ....HBlirMTbTl'jIbmYyfiuyinafroKHIM. olWil n ,r, '. Z nA JIlu.. t xvvrxukMil('Jniiili ii' v-"- r ' - . .. . . ....i .tiii inn 111 Ui nirMl fin .IHIH'I.U "'" l'' rnw vn)iimIr' X '" 'l11'' i 'a Y -- J,.upl9'TO0jrrThli,iJVfc'dBto CQra'n'jU,IiMerpuUf buiidfng the best Buggy for the money ot any Factory in Cincinnati. "idn of ft So come and judge for yourself. r Vi'f : 'I A ,v. .t " X. J, . ," if l in the foreign carrying to retain a rich taxing district under era uxw imj flowm mo erra. A Magnificent the same general govcrnmene." $2.50 CI f.UCD CCCIIO More than that: In these ten years It is impossible to entertain such Collection Of OkLUU FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1803. we have built four times as much views as those expressed by the News steam tonnage as we owned in i860, and Courier nnd accept honestly the nirtl nl lilt. while that was made up of old results of the war. The implication lMUtllihrd 4 JU1L CINCINNATI KNQUIMKK. abl I'ublUhlns llvuiet not fit for ocean carrying; that the material backwardness of the I m TatmV ol u i Urn tv llluitraud Alut run, Mrs. Robinson was n colored wont and have built considerably more than South is due to its connections with lint for Mm ftnd iht family rlrc 1. I if dTild U ttorlta, pot ma. Iadl' an. She was lxrn In the town of one-hawotk ftMblla brtdUw&rh, ns much steam tonnage as the prosperous loyal section of the fury drorfttlft, houwWtplnr, KC& Maryland, in the state of Virginia, was owned by the world in i860. Union is too absurd for sciious arguublona, JutbU mvrizasit fchwnilnjr hjglf&f pfr Into rtftdln, ttlqutu. W. It Utrodart Ihii ttAkr in Februrary, 1764. Her mother was The ships are s and their car- ment. No reason exists whatever at i Jr&lfiS EFN honwt hirt ll la not tlmdj Ukrn, 00,jO t now born in Africa, and brought to the rying capacity is equal to 1. 287. 851 this late d.iy why the, South is not ml m ftrtf for ir4if'r 1IV.1IV UitriJ tr (Mm, I ft. Thrr United States ns a slave. ttni t will Mnnthft tniwtchiiibcribr tons of sail the most approved esti- enjoying the same industrial advanVl " Wet " ' tvrM, 1Q 4 mttgttemCoU Mrs. Robinson married an Indian mates based on experience, making tages as other pails of f f hnlrt. Klowtr tttt, IW AWri, I Met country lection l'ni, trtwiiM. lTir)Mnltinonn,k4nd NfMfitt, the lortudlnff Wflulit, tUlMin. )! who was token prisoner by the family one ton of strain equal the carryng except the peculiar notions it has irinnlft, Ilnki, itc.itc. iIlfmtmbtr, Im, btaU. M)i fottfnDonbU twtlrtrtnU mr. ttntlhrM tnootha nj thtttetlrt matfDtflcinl Celltctlon of Choict with which she was living, lly him capacity to five tons of sail. EWJ IIovm ami wtnaDt4 tlowrr 9mU, tut Bp by Before the emancipation cherished. rmh aal rtlUMt, So UJy can ftfford to idIm tlU otiJfil many taint she had fifteen children, three of France and Germany made no in- of its chattels it looked upon labor ns crpof trinity. toa gairaritt tfy tubtuttwr ftndmaWUnit tn fntt.1 ypo ft el mon?iL Twill rtfgn1 your ttonty noTHtp. cjptjma whom all girls are still living. crease of steam tonnage to compare the task of inferiors, nnd since that cif botb minDi tnj Miffulnt " you ' tt jttund. Oun la ana tmNmnmr inuuw for tbnptloa. Beet Ca't rUco In tho no-I01 wtumonuia iiibr1" irn Withers, aged 89 with ours, though they had all of the event it has resotted to every species toBtUM. W but? rtfll fcandridl "iiamktAmmfnm They are Maty W. L. Douglas boe ore woldovoiywljoro. Mron..ttau.ri.t 15. DKIVKK, jm lfre" Ovsito Citv Scales. Manager. 4 wi BTeiTbody sLouid wosr Hum It li a duty years; Fannie Rout, aged 52 years, advantages of buying lree ships of of fraud and violence to prevent the yoa owo yoaSBell to rat the bent vnluo lot Wedowoikns cheap as anybody, quality consideied. Kepairint' mill your money. Bcocoa ito Inycut loctviont by i and Uzzie Jones, aged 46. The first Kngland (an advantage which the colored race, the bulk ol its working K;i.:"ii7,ifrNVr"'"i Mwi-criiputohailDg W. L. DouglnsShoos.wblob cpuiiiling m . n,i;l y. Give in a call. HUUGIHS F1IOM $113 UP. tch tibacrtbtr). anj Ori. dnrttwftwl. tentaaont tho bast voluo nt tno ptlaaa lives nt Crittenden, Ky., and has free-shiman claims would have done classed, from enjoying political rights. erilrl oar .! Imi mumi. 1)o Del coo aboro, at tbouinnda can teitlly. given birth to fifteen children, all of so much to gain for us a foreign car- Skilled labor will naturally avoid fouadlhtaoffpf with ihrtk)irnB7 chm ( nmrruPQloni twwmi. MnJ No Bnbut Itute, rr U Itl bll kaUcfl tlrtn u4 lU tA CollKllnnt wnl for Tlrwnrr of fruuil. Nono cenulno without W.r. whom are dead, Mrs. Jones has given rying trade) while we laboied under such territoiy. Wlt. Dotiiiln namo nil prlco itnmpcil on bottom. Look SPECIAL OFFER Xorli wheu birth to seven children, four of whom all disavdantages of starting n new The ussertion that 'independence" ter abort offvr. 4 Hamtnf iW tp i MK V. I.. Douilui, Ilrackton, Main, SolJ by ti mv U frtrftw "trnt, w will aDj rsi" G are in the land of the living. a titton tt all tht abort, cot rwkrt of buiness, when the financial condition would have been the "best thing for bralJ J. W. TAHOli, Kohtne, Ky. tmVrarlnf When the Revolutionary war broke of the country was unsettled, when the Southern States" will 'tend to frkfurd.Kckforil Hucct t)Wrt tanatlri. tfiitttJln ltrftltn. I! Kaidn. th Unrfi. Hraart nM. ipt1 llloMom. out Mrs. Robinson was twelve years gold was at a premium, and when for deepen national distsustof Bourbon ami fanMonthlt tta. 8m1 PeM arttlta rtl rorulan bouanri Itawrra dw cullIvaUct. nJ Wrlcliva mhUh wt effrf, old. She remembered up to the day a part of the time there was busi- leaders, for it is tantainouutto saying li KckforJirnvl lrmt.l known. Thft On larrttt, rrow la CnU ftnt A Scieut'fic Machine made on a Scientific PrinrK)jr for ihret month ft fcotltinuui fro- htM fcf t of her death and was able to tell of ness depression and distress. m m.11.1 Try y u that the South would be better off if I BSSST. SJiKs ciple. Save their co.st a tlotn times n year. It is GREAT iURrta,ln.on'coH4'i,'.Vhlteh4llBU British soldiers d the What has been the result, and what slavery had not been abolished. Nat- ANOTHERjrW) i will OFFER I.aullr' orM for Ont ubacrlptton wai The A ear, lofttber with lAlltfllti tf lhatet not uiuh.sy or .sloppy. A child can operate it. and the forces of George Washington is the advanced condition of the iron ional independence docs not signify Hernia ftbot dfcflWJ, tur matnlrWotpacktlof IfcttiWnalTtly Flr i.orisviM.i:,si. i.oun a r.:.v. 11. u fttlvar llktwtM ont Anttt and 1at1 t as she saw them with her own eyes. and steel shipbuilding interest woith material advancement except as it lll II. MOUltrtUbraWJ KtlfnnJ rrk Twia. A14rtM Tork. at .sight. Stud for prices and discounts. . l'luee, Mew U A CO., Lj'ii wiiie ii. 'ill; I u iil;ij, She often told of how, when the mis- to us Had we possessed in broadens the opportunities of indus29 Murray St , MJW YOKK. to 1861, these 120 steamships which we try Secession and slavery do not tress ol the household went out WHEN YOU G:) TO 0WENSB0R0 bClir.ItULK IN nri'Kcr m. i, is n. milk, the man of the house would now have we could have thoroughly tend in this direction. .Nil. 51, :o.m, CAI.l.ON U'KSrilOUM), I Hiii). luii). shoulder his gun to protect her from blockaded our coast, and brought the Our Citizen Notrilerw. Lv. I.oultillo MS n. m. c it p. m. the Indians. Then she would recall rebellion to a close within a year. . N. V. I'UKSS. A, III, 7.2'i p. m (Vt l'oint the days when dishes were made of Through our present facilities we llraiiiUii';iir. D.ti n.in. M'7 p. in. The superb international display of wood. For such an old person her should be able to constiuct a similar 0 4 17 p. in. Irvlngton . m. the marines nnd sailors from the great Kl''IUMMt ln.il n. til. v.il p. til memory was excellent. Now and fleet in much less time. lu.41 n. in. J li) p i fleet that swings at anchor in the Cloorirt then, however, when she would start HawixtIIIp II II ii. in In in p Then, again, the building of this Hudson was naturally and properly I.OMfHH( out to take a stroll her mind would fleet has reduced the freight rates in it. m. 10 II ti M: 10 P in. 11 II ii.. Owrntio!o leave her temporarily and she would the coasting trade nearly 50 per cent, the most conspicuous feature of yesI HpntlnMlli' la'l p. in I'.V, p , wander about helplessly until some since 1870, and our coasting fleet is terday's parade. But while the Ar. llfiuleroon I.jj n. U '."' A. I of sea fighters of nine nations one acquainted with her should chance superior to the steam fleet of any No.M, inarching in friendly concord down FASrilOU.Ml. Dill). iKiij to find her and take her home. '" ill I country except England. How is this, the finest avenue of I.T. lion. lemon 7 the metropolis of H. m. .i Up. li do you ask? Why, we protect the the New World was a the finest and Mod Artlttie Work; 7;'i? a. tu. ; p, i Simltsilllfmost impressive For NnvPfl by Bnzznrtl. any size or style. Fredcrica St., IWuivti coasting trade the same as we did our spectacle, the escorting " in. li'n. ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC forces of the 3nfaniNt-i- . ns p. ti "l in. I.owiirl Gm37 llimi-MlIDA) t. Ill morning Joel manufacturers, and so save it; and New York National Guard added an Early Thursday S.l'i p ii then the result is that the countiy element without which (17 p. li Clowrport lui'l h Hutchinson, Henry Barnett and oththe display tlJp I. has a better fleet to meet an emergeners started on a deer hunt. During would have been incomplete. CJ&.JLSJL. II i.--, IrriiiKlmi p. ii 7 ll p. ii Ilmmlonl'iirK II - n the day Hutchinson dissappcared. No cy with than it ever had before. JL. The sturdy, . American .W-- e I'.lnl P nS p. n 1.. trace of him could be found until Sat- What a benefit this reduction has sailors and itariues. as they tramped IV J nwly A, ! M p. in Ar. I..iilvill- mi p. pale been to our own people, and yet it in admirable formation through the urday night, when he walked in, UU V Vt U UV j Train No. 81 nn No. "ii iinko connection ul has been produced by competition W and haggard, upon his astonished streets, prov td by their discipline and mill trim on Lotu Inlntiiii ("iiinliy among ourselves! friends. bearing the efficiency of the force that Vt.-villc, llnr lmbiirir A I!. 1!., iinl It was the ship engaged in the for- mans the swift ships of the new navy. IkiiiiuI. K..r liuthi-rimtlon, i.it.tr-His horse had fallen into an old well, The Lsadi&g Fhoisgrapher. II. C. MOKIiriMirn. I'u'r Ak'I and Hutchinson barely escaped being eign trade that was left unprotected; The compact, well ordered array of I.iiiiiMo, Ky. and, in consequence, when the war the National Guard showed our criti' crushed. The horse was killed. The Size. taI'm ii1 icturss in Etc;; Style m cal foreign visitors the kind of mateman lay therehallooing all day Thurs- came the chance was afforded and A. J. SLATON, M. D., ken to wrest the foreign cariying bus- rial which the Republic can command STUI(i l'ictures l. opieu and Kuhirgcil day and Friday. By Saturday his & A SPECIALTY. sufferings were intense. Decomposi- iness from us and when the war was for the defense of her honor and rights over we had none left. 103J. Main Street. tion had set in on the horse. on the land, if such a defense should Millunod, nou 'm:it! nt Leitch of f' What we have done with the iron ever become necessaty. C!uS3A OWKX&VOllO, KY dull I nlfi d Ilian hF.ir...dir.n t .. . n ll. ..'fU'IC "l 37m6 llir" Saturday evening a number of buziHi'il" n- - ii rriniir OtRc ....! Uriiynn nnd vliolnmcouu' p in r zards descended into the well. Hutch- ship since 1872 is sufficient proof of The foreign admirals and captains lily dne, tlie Dr. linden property inson mechanically seized each buz- what we can do to regain ourplaces as who watched the bayonet crowned iSTOPPED FREE Aiftv.ii turn 1 zard by the feet. Suddenly he cried ocean carriers, if a permanent policy battalions of our volunteer soldieis as . Intuit Person Rtttnnf h m t JDr.KLINES GREAT "shoo," and the buzzards rose from and a wise one be adopted by our na- they swept through the City Hall ' rMFnxrRrcTnocr the well, pulling Hutchinson up with tion. It is no small thing to be able Park could not fail to acquire new reUISFA..B5. Only , n't CENTRAL CITV, KY. to say that this countiy is the spect for the warlike Hli tun i' .Vrrt, Jjrttlfnt.$ till, I fu'ttly, tu. them. Their perpendicular ascent AND icsources of the nil. M'lKil .... Trcitlw nl- mltl lttl frteu R. R. ?AX0N, PR0FRIT0R. r confronted him with a new difficulty. second iron and steel shipbuilding . . tunriTieau.liiyarin2rtrr- ..... Mrcesont"th?n .. 1. I n.m. - . United States. In Europe the soldier . The Lcadinu Rciiuhlican Family Paper of the United States, 231 if" It MotlK KLIVhcilA. How was he to let go without falling country of the world second only to is a conscript, forced to leave the Has Just been asa utjuj. ehirAKa at- - imtatuo fKAVOs. and newly and that, without reducing tasks of peace and devote some of the well? He succeeded in England back into the For only J.2o, Cash in .Idvuncc. this way: He released one at a time, the cosf of American labor; we have best years of his life toinccssantdrill. ll.U'VKN.VKsS, or lln- - I.IIIUS It furnished. Iiocated cloo to Depot. 11 lliir Ciiri-iln- l llomclii 'It'lilliijs Good meals or firat-cla- s Giv lunch dropping a little each time, and de- reduced the original cost of the iron The soldiery on which the American ly niliiiliilsli-rli- i llr. IIiiIiic-.- ' ship to within twelve per cent of what Republic relies for it a trial. scending easily to the earth. the maintenance of iolilii it is in England, and can build a ship order and the protection of American It inn m n slii of Iwi-- arii(ifro.?i ortc i, or In looil, Hitlimit tho knowliilzr of the having no superior anywhere. Our territoiy is of a far different type. At Rest. GivMiill the new? of Tow ii, Coimtv pitUnt. Itn ul aoliitd) i irmlost, nml Hill David C. Stevens was born Feb 15, ten years experience in iron and steel Ptr.:., ami n much National In America the bayonets think. The n perm incnt aikI rptvil) cure, h(t!ior tho pi. news m any other paper of itseln. Ymirliom,. 1873, died, April the 23, 1893 twen- shipbuilding is such a record as ought nou.il 1m incomplete nitli. rornii National Guard, which will compare Unit i n out it. It Ins Ui'iilicn inn thoin.ui'1 c;io, ty years two months and ten days to stop the mouths of the men who in favorably with some European armies perf.-omre hi1 followrd- - ltntirr old. A very impressive funeral ser- declare that Americans cannot build in discipline and general proficiency, nil, llui fti-i- otue Impren l with tho vice was conducted by the Rev. G. J. iron ships, and must depend up poifi', lmpo?iliility for is composed of men who have shown llipiornppt-tlt-ft IrtioiiHi1 antitli-- Curci Kninitcul, tho tu i'..t. IS Bean in the presence of a large and on England for them. In a National Family l'njier, that the1 are capable of mastering the jiVelook ol atl fives nil tli jenpral now? of the U. S. AJilrH the sympathizing audience. As I gaze nnd the world. It pves the ewms of Inrou-t- i CO. 15 ItH'i: .Sticct rmein-natt- i, principles of modern warfare without land in n mitahell. It Ua Noiiud Itraxonintr. on the little word, "At Rest," and at Ohio, M'parute iicpartincnts foi Tl.e I'uimlv and our Voun- - Its The diflerence between common being drilled into automatons or the parting scenes the last sad word Home and Society colmn conuntind tlio iidinimtinn nf wives ami abandoning the professions of civil il.inglitcro. Lane's medicines move the bowels was spoken, I thought another noble senseand mathematics was illustrated Its general political news, editorial- - and iliscuioiH life. The National Guardsmen are very arc ornprehenrive, day. In order to be healthy boy was gone, a voice we loved so in a remark which Tommy Jones citizens as well as soldiers. brilliant and elmii5tive. It Aurifiilmrnl ilppirtment !iaj They his is necessary. ih.tvi:i:n well was still. He was a true friend who is not exceptionly bright, but in Kiipirior in have not ceased to be producers in asLOUSVILLE and riEr,PHIS, the country. lis Market Report tire rrcogniwd authority in all parts of the and loved by all who knew him. He just a common, natural boy made suming the responsibility of defendInn i. A Special Contract enables in to oiler this uplemliil Journal and Thd did not fear death. "Blessed are they in his class at school the other day, PITS. All fits stopped fiee by Dr. WITH ing the R cpublic. They aie not a IJepublican lor one) ear who die in the Lord for they shall be says the Youth's Companion. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. No PULLMAN BUFFET Sleeping Cars' It was the class in mental arithme- heavy bin den on the industrial and saved," and God shall wipe away all professional community like the reg- fits after first day's use. Marvelous FIIOM AND TO their tears and there shall be no more tic. The teacher asked Willie Smith: consti-tuten- n X. ,Y. Tribune, regular price per year. cures. Treatise and 52. oo trial bottle I.IIITISVIM.K.nmil'IIIS.VK'KSIIl'K you would "Which rather ular armies ol Europe. They 81.00 death. His short life was a worthy important pait of the commun irce to Fit cases. Scud to Dr. Kline, Hartford Hejiublican i:tv oi(i.i:..T, iiato.n itom.-.iiiu-i have, Willy, half of an apple or example for the young friends he left . lii .1Icmilil. ity. They render service to the naof an apple?" behind him. Let us all strive to 931 Arch St., Phila., I'a. Por sale by "Wouldn't make any difference," tion in peace as well as in war; they an .$2.25. meet him on that bright shore. uruggists; can on yours. 30 iy The Quick and Desirable Route combine the functions of the intelli said Willy. sweet it will be, "Oh, how TO and ro.n gent citizen and tiie trained warrior "Why not?" In that beautiful land, Now York rhllack'lplii-- IliilHtnnro in a degree that is not equaled by "Eight-sixteenth- s So free from all pain and one-haare Vftlilti(toti Norfolk Oli Point Comfort Snl?rriitiou may Login ut any timo. any other military force in the world. Slintricnlly ircatid lij.- an nuni-- t of With songs on our lips; liiclirmind llutriilo Cliiviiliiiid all the same." Addrew all orders to l r.nllt rcpiitntlon. Ilealui nnd entirely Toledo Clilciiro IndlnnitiHilis With harps in our hands, At this reply Tommy Jones, who ciitul, oflrom)to.Ji )iar' CinoinriHti l.oiiUvillu olter nil To meet each other again." Where I'.aln Iin't Wet. ntlicrlnaltnriil'linii-l.iili-lHow th itlfticiilly was several steps Anther down the A peculiarity common to rain in Nrcaclinl nml tho 1 e n innud.fiill (Xplnlmd Eastorn nnd Northeastern Points Travis Mapm:. nnd Memphis Viclburf, linton ltoiiR class, sniffled scornfully. The teachthe Bermudas, tho Windward is- incircul.iri, ulth iiftidn ti nnd ti'Mlmonl.ils of Now OrleHDii Mulilk- - I.iltla Hock Hot A 1'rrtly NnrprlNC er heard him. Hartfoid, Kentucky. lands, tho Huwniian group nnd the curl's from pioininmt inoploinnltil frw, Springs and iiclnts in West Tenneg- ! Iy Hit. A. ro.vr.tl.Vi:. Tuioma Wnlu A beautifully Illustrated and charm'"Well, Tommy," said she, "don't Alaskan waters, is that it isu't very 'J'OXHS BCO ArklltKKS 3li'l!llli wet. In nono of thco regions do tho ingly bound edition of Longlellow's you agree with Willie?" CoughiuK leads to Consumption. l.ouisiiitm nd tlio .South nnd "Evangeline," recently published, is "No'm," said Tommy. M'd a natives fear tho rnin, und oven for- Kemp's llalsam stops the cough at once tfOUTHWUST. eigners como to know that thoy tnko a pretty surprise for It good deal rather have one half of an no harm from being caught out in n Thnllre is thoroughly po,utiied nnd in is in good type, with 45 illustrations apple." Jko. . Ilnr, Cnshlcr storm. It was noted by men on the I. P IliiiMiin, l'rest condition, und providchnn oxcol-len- t RIJ'ITRR K.NOWN Ati TIIK by Birket Foster and other eminent "And why please?" ships patrolling Behnng boa that n nmuigomont In timo mid through urn "More juice. Cut half an apple portion of tho dock, slightly protectartists, is painted on very fine heavy .V kkatuiu: is tho tiiin- - ami convenience Ol tho Condition of tho and you'd lose ed, dried out whito oven in tho midst paper, gilt edges, remarkably hand- into iccurcd by Mm Limited KxjircM Trains. of a shower, and that wet clothing Only a moiit's hihk between J.oulnvlllo some cloth binding, combining the half the juice doing it!" Hr.d the be-- t nnd (tiiol.cst hung under n blight Bhelter on deck snd delicate colors, blue, white, silver and dried in a atmosphere apparently satiorvice between tho two cltieovordfrered. Newly Furnished. A Noted Mlnmrel. Rates Si.QO per day. gold. No illustrated edition has ever Msals 25s- 'ricket'iTiiiii-Tiililc-H nml nil ik'lri.linfnnim-(Iourated by a hard rain. Now York M. T. Skiff, formerly business manscciircil liy nppljinu to .1. ll.'llclii-iiobeen published at lesscost than $1.50, Kastsido Fiedericn, betwren .Main an I tho R;cr, Oneiibburo, Ivy. ' Bun. , Oalii.iir Aut'lil nt Comand that is about what you might ager for W. J. Scanlan.the Irish I MJiS-anAls- ' ROn " JUis. c. K. Tim Oldest Churcli In iliirnjiu. edian, suffered with rheumatism for T.DXynch. fian'l Pass, A?iLoiiisyil!e, h, Props- guess the price of this to be, but it Canon Eoulledgo, in his "History years without relief until he bought a carntunrTTrTC.mir1'.irj-,f7ciiri- i At tho Close of Business AAaaawavu.irTiarcstj isn't it sells for only 19 cents; plus bottle of Drummond's Lightning of St. Martin's, Canterbury," claims Docorabor 31,1892. 6 cents for postage, if by mail. This tho proud distinction of tho oldest Remedy. Two bottles made a well && Lit covers only the actual cost of the church in Europo for thnt venerable man of him. There are a thousand edifice. Ho describes it ns occupying manufacture by the 100,000, the pubKKSOURCK-S- . . lisher's object being not profit, but to remedies for rheumatism, but none tho uniquo position of being tho only Totcs nnd Hills 802,72-'i.-1have received the unsolicited testi existing church that was originally g get a sample of his into 3,000.00 built iui a church during tho first four Ileal Kstato 1,000.00 Fixtures.. the hands of the book loving millions. monials Irom prominent people as centuries nnd has remained a church Furniture-nnHis publications are not sold bj deal- shown by Diummond's Lightning till tho present day. St. Mnrtin's lias Cash on Hand and m other Hanks 2G,0S1.22 ers, but only direct; catalogue, 128 Remedy. Ask you druggist for it, or n sort of rival in St. send to the Diummond Medicine Co., Dover, which Canon Pucklo pages, a literary curiosity in its way, 0 803,23-1.7Maiden Lane, New York. ' to lmvo been erected by British is sent for a 2 cent stamp, or n 12 page Agents wanted. 2t workmen somo timo in tho fourth LIABILITIES. 39 catalogue free, lively home in the century. Capital Stock land ought to have a copy of this Reserve I lin "Lost t'niisi-.1,203.14 I.uiiieiillnir Mot llaieliall l'layc-ri- . Evangeline, so charmingly beautiful, 0,2.10.00 N. Y. l'RKSS. An Atchison (Kan.) woman has the Surplus I'und as a poem, as a collection of artistic 102.93 The war is over, but when such a souvenir pitchor craze. Hor houso Due other Ranks illustrations, and as a product of the 01,308.01 representative Southern organs as the is nearly entirety filled with them, Deposits g art. Address, John B. Charleston News and Courier gives nnd everything sho can lay her hands Alden, Publisher, 57 Rose Street 893,254.71 on buo utterance to views like the following, family trades off for pitchers, llei New York. nro consequently eating out Subscribed nnd sworn to beforo mo it is evident that the spirit that of pitchers, drinking out of pitchers - m this January 3d, 1893. prompted the attack on Sumpter is and doing numerous other acts with Our MilpiiliiK Intern!. Siumjiy Taylor, D. C. O. C. AMERICAN ECONOMIST. far from dead: tho assistance of pitchers. Phiht delphin Ledger. In submitting this wo beg to stato Our transocean shipping has al"The best thing for the Southern that our business has steadily grown most died out nt sore cost to us, be- States would have been the embelish-men- t Chousing a Wife. each month since our opening, and cause it has been uncared for. Our of their independence ns a naA correspondent ZkrSil.-Z-r332- -. declares that by the most careful, watchfulness and coastwise and inland shipping have tion. Their connection with the choosiug n wifo is very much like a strict observance ofthe principles of been protected with such great results Northern States costs them many milordering n meal in n Paris restaurant the most conservative Dunking, we as are given in this article. lions of dollars annually, and brings when you don't understand French. hope not only to extend our acquaint We have built in ten years more them no compensary benefit whatever. You may not get what you want, but auce, but to prove ourselves worthy We are manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal directly with tho confidence that is being so liberalsteam ocean-goin- g coastwise tonnage They bought to establish their inde- you will got something. London the consumer, thus saving him the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices are reasly reposed in us. than England possessed in i860, pendence for that reason, and desired Wo are hero to accommodate tho onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. Respectfully, Portia, tho daughter of Cato, atthough she began to build the iron to withdraw from the old Union peaceship in 1840, and had liberally en- ably. No one on their side forced a tempted to kill herself by drinking people, each and every business, couraged the establishment of ship- "conflict between the sections," or boiling water, but unablo to swallow courtesy shall ho extended to them, but in no case shall safety be sacriit she hastily yards, paying millions yearly in pos- desired a conflict. The war was wag- glowing coals crammed lmudfuls of ficed for friendship or to obtain businto her throat and ed on the part of the Northern section tllea in great agony. tal contracts to induce the investment 1 iness. Owensboro, Ky. John II.Rahnes, Cashier, Hartford Eepublican of capital trade. ! rLUIltll va&FREE! I SpP ,'73i3LS"toCMC- lf asms vv-- ? , first-clas- 'TUT ft ! IC W. L. DOUGLAS JEQca, S3 SHOE 1 T iaanp. I i'J'yzSJ'iJ'SS'fi . m I p 43-Tn- ko !"!: lr. X AGENTS "fSiSia&ssr """MALERS JAC8C F'ROST FREEZES. ft to-da- C.Theo.Cain, MAK&S ICE CREAM IN 30 SECONDS H col-mi- ni i KralSBEiiESIl lnMrY m pBESm .1 . 033 Slopln-iiiw- LV?lIHi I jj vfoiTlflf .. 1 1 -t r - wmm Physician ir4i,ir-rti,'- ii Surgeon, . teaaB Coinmerciul llod, Your FaYorilo Ho nu Nrwspapor to-da- y i St:i-i-IIIi- r THE REPUBLICAN York Weekly Tribune, in-l.- Atli-i-- t nlcuholu-writ-k- . nn-- t itt-i- RJew osr Only 53l.SE eight-sixteent- l.-J.- 'i lt DEAFKTE3SS, worM-MlIiti-.. i Wo furnish both Papers one year ibr 81.25. IIAUTFOiHJ KrUSiiJCAN, book-lover- s. 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