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TllC SSeI'UIILICAN and Courier-Journa- l both one year for only $1.75. TSRU3 S1.25 Publisher, PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, Per Annum, In Admit. VOL. VI. - HAHTFOKD, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1893. A NO. 3. IIIIIIIV.MMI. FEW iOCAL ITEMS. ing against tho stack, tines upward, but concealed by tho hay. Tho thrco tinea of tho fork punctured tho abdominal cavity, proving so fatal that his son it now running tho farm. It was ho who stood tho fork wrong oml up by tho side of tho Btack. Wo hope that from this littlo incident ho has learned n valuable lesson. Anotiier farmer, whilo finishing out a tall stack of grain this month and not over 20 miles from where tho nbova faux pas occurrod, called to his sou to toss up a long Btako sharpened at tho end for tho purpose of fastening the top sheaf on tho stack. The son, who is a lotired pitcher, having had his nose. knocked off whilo playing tho national gnmo at Cincinnati, being in n sort of brown study, Bent it to first with bucIi forco that tho stake extended through tho back of tho father over 10 inches, making it extremely difficult for him to change his clothes in tlmo for the funeral. Theso are among tho reasons why boys leave tho farm. A subscriber nt Athens, Oa., sends in tho following clipping and inquires if wo bo-lo- Huh ii I'oiiiluclor BILL NYE REPORTS HOW THINGS ARE GOING AT BUCK SHOALS. v-t wiwhAwmiiiiri VJ -.n - ni' " VYjin,.,.,y 'lIiH. ' ' i z "' " n-- 1 -- i Jcalou$ Contention I'lunt l.crl Clotm l'l' Oulns to ttir l'niilr, nml Knpo i:ilna (lets Tlicro n. lUcrnnl IliM'lum Cnlli.itiir Note on Funning. A I'liem on Nnturr. tCuii) rlu'ht, I8W1, by IMwir W. Njcl NEWS ITEMS AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. havo resulted In misery tho world ovor. People who nro well deposed nnd not liouiul by sulMntcrcsl, nro willing to accord credit wlicievcr merited and due. Clvlllzntlon Is gradually bringing the luimnn rucu up to tills olcvntlon, and in oxnet proportion Is Dr. Fonner's Kidney nnd Bnckacho Curo coining to bo recognized as the correct nnd standard remedy in all hlilncy, femalu, and blood diseases bclmr ablo to curo tlictu readily. It is speclllo in all akin eruptions, crjslnolns, scrofula, dyspepslu, headaches, dullness, list lessnesn, constipation, etc. Gold by dealers on guaranty for mnny years. Therefore don't cost much to try it. Take homo a bottlo to-da- Suckers havo quit bltlngl Oil, how hit did rain three weeks ngol Jnko lluit is out M'lth a new fctrnw hat. Head tho poem by Pearl Wliiterbottom in another column. Soino fiend In human form tapped our watermelon last week und let the nuutlu mires into it. Tho Kpworth lrngno of Buck Shoals has decided to keep oicn on Sunday. Otherwiso it would not pay. lrost think it correct: recently etntcd that if a A IlrltMi ninn vvclnlilnt: 110 pounds wcro placed under a liyilritullo pretis and squeezed flat tho result wnulil lio l(r pounds of atcr and 33 pounds of dry lcslilue. ONE DOLLAR EVERY HOUR iltlur lex In any of the willing liiuurk liulut. (rlouily M tin' ciiiilo)iiniit uliUli iw furiilli, ihv tabor It llglil uii'l .lt .iHnt . nn.l ion run no nit !lk wlmti'M r. MV.lt itii ttliil coin.iletr,ii that ultliuiil e.ipiu.o )uii can k.Uc On- IhkIih--, tuilmi linoiiririr. Kurtlniu-wlllliillil't I. Urn itrsii'li'.t oiler muilf, Inn ran work If nu Are nil. i.iil; nil iliiv, nr In Iilutrd, Kiul lint en fi'v spiri1 limr at Jiuir ill.. pn.nl, Millie tticin, slid ii'l'l In inr liirniiw, uur bmlueii tlll nut Int. rlip nt nil. Vim will rnj.l Illy unl " lir mnntiil ihi the ulnrt nt t l of link-wor- illy eariud hjrnnvune nrt country, lio MM M i hi iJ In- ilxyliieiul . tllO out. "hvill l'llllllT III" illll fllMIInone Imiir. Any one r.ui tun l,r I'Ikiiicm llil Von ili.mU try notlilnr until )" full. r uinrwlf Mlnit )o run ilii nt tin- - liti.lnm kM.Ii wcunVr. No ruiittal rIAnl. Wouieu are crin.l workrri; noiiiliy the) mule nu Itniiichti llil ti'Iiif . Thty i. mm. iplirl to.lionM trM'rltt Minn itnl n ! fur tlirtn. will ml ts 10, jo.ir.tir. AiiJrii ii. llo l'N, t'l .lllllld. Me. by mIUcIi tou niiiixiliillnr I ti IV !' PI.l'M LEVI'S ISAZon. n.i.i.inr Duck Hhoals ii in the ivnter of the thermal belt. Buo that your Worlil'tt fair ticket givo.1 you u Btop over here. Who wai the melodious usi that named the town of llutherfordtou in this wtate'r Was hubober enough to givo tho name tit tho time? Kopn nibs wim tho man who mailo tho r.rraiiKemeut with the ltichmoud nnd Diiuvillo railro.id. You will find no nice frih lawn growing tinder tho feet of Kojio Klias. Ueorgo W. Vaiulerbilt bought 20,000 acres more of iierpcndiculur farming lnndrt near hero recently. This tract is grand and upright also. It affords a lieautiful view of IJuek Shoal. Uo will fence it In and uso it for rearing some say. I'lutii Levi of Anhuvillu closed his b.ir-Ishop for three days last wwk of to tho panic, but reopened one-hatho business this morning. Tho receiving window is ojien ngain, nnd ho hopes to oin-tho disbuilug department as crops begin to como in. Mr. Levi lias enough assets, all good, but cannot realize on them. Ho has tho promises of nil our leading citizens that ho may rJiavo thein after death, but you can't hurry up such collateral ns that. Tho reason has bis.ii too healthful to rcalizo on Plum's property. When pushed by his creditors, ho could only run around among customers and look nt their tongues. Plum's jiopulnrity among tho dead is remarkable. Friends of deceased always fend for him, too, bocauso his bimving is n euro test that tho remains nro not in n trance. Plum has an old razor called Excalibcr that makes ono's faco feel like it pillar of firo by day and n, pillar of jirussicncld by night. Wherovcr it nlit;htHono notices a littlo tickling sen-.ion a ho doth who f itteth down whero tho littlo black hornet or typhoid touch-me-nof Ttniieso is opening a World's fair. The nppointment nnd administration of Kopo Ulias us internal revenue collector of this district is giving more nnd Ho lias 450 agents more satisfaction. under him, all of whom iiron perfect gentleman. Ths internal rovenno nifnirs hero havo never been so genial in North Carolina as at tho present time. Such men as Ilezekiah Gudger agreo with this hcntimcut. It has always been nvory difllcult matter to uttend to rovenuo affairs hero without making personal enemies, but at tho present time- all is harmony. Kopo Klias Is tho most harmonious man that tho president could hnvo named. Ho Is ono of our subscribers and knows that woVill send back tho littlo willow covered lank ns soon as wo nro through with It. A fow inoro harmonious appointments would pleaso tunt any time. Skoal, Kopo. Skoal just ouco more for tho seeg.irs. tho Pink Bed and Tho ptirchas-ootrack by Mr. Vnnderbilt, embracing 20,000 acre of land, has thrown tho colored Christian Endeavor tocioty of that placo out of n home, as all tho buildings on tho property will bo demolished. Tho society is looking about for u location. They aro offered n bonus and a good baptizing place IhiIow hem on tho river, but havo uot yet accepted. h Tho Colored Coarse Comb baud of also finds itself hor.s do como luck, as their old tract is to bo fenced off nnd planted with fallow deer nnd terrapin. Many pcoplofind thonmlw a humcles hi that locality mid ns 1.00:1 us they can call In their dogs will niovu. Pink Ucds Is to culled beiv.uro tho great basin, as survcyid from tho uioimlaiusnttho midsummer season, Is a vast lied of Indian pinks, most beautiful to behold. The name docs not mean, ns n correspondent seems to think, that pink couiiteipanoi urouxed thcro exclusively. Thcynronot.' Wanted By a former president of sav-- , Ings bank, situation in a good family, to do chores in u private- home, or to take euro of u disagrecablo invalid. Will run of errands or do farm woik or Took out for n well educated young woman who Is "going abrpad. Ready nt figures nnd can show at ono by means .of piece of chnlk and sido of barn how much a wrv-wi- t glrlxun havo In 200 years If she puts Jt in the bank every week and keeps hot eye on it tin ino time. Farming is not such n safe profession as many would havo us bolievo. A man named Richard Davis wos burled during thoBununor nt tho Bnmgarnor graveyard who was Instantly killed whilo following tho plow. Ho was golug at a high rate of speed, tho off mule having secured tho lino under his or her tail, as tho caso may bo, when tho plow struck a hickory root In such a way as to crush tho ribs of Mr. Davis by a blow from one of tho handles, killing him instantly. A week ago n fleshy man named Burdicb of Transylvania county slid down a hay. stack an,d ejiopuntcred l pitchfork Build whin-poorwU- ls oM-inlf f Pis-gall Pls-gn. trv.....,.ivik ZlKirrv3.zurX29S Civeit,andTra.te-Mnt'iSobt!liied,snds- ! Wo would hate to vonturo an opinion on this, not having been present when it was tried, but preBtimo it is true. Yet what could lw tho scientist's object? Wo would not treat anybody In that way Somo scienunder any circumstances. tists seem to havo uo higher ambition in life than to supply material forautopslcs. moved nway from New York Tho to csv.ipa from a prominent physician who winhed to mako a thorough examination of a fuw vital organs of his that do not iu any way concern tho public. A man can't Imj too careful that way In tlieno days. Strayed From tho chateau at Buck .Slio.il-"- , one low fct burro, or child's donkey, named Mario Antoinette. Ho is of a motiso color, shading into elephant's breath on tho stomach. Ho has had his hair on one sldo clipped with seisins by tho children, giving that sido a corrugated apjiearanco which is notice-- 1 able even ut n distance. Ho is 81 years year of iito end Is in his now, but does not show it. Would bo taken for 'ill or bU only. His tail has not been shaved since ho left home, and so there mutt bo a week's growth of beard on it. Ho went uwtiy bfo.uiso tho chil- -' dro'.i made him wear n rfiubouuet nt Eahter time and iio has just decided eighty-becond I ( Lb UL' ll ' I'at-- lately that itwasnu i.isult. toinetto r.t times shows sit;ns childhood approaching, but only to thoso who know nml beit. Ho vent away in tho Mary of second noticeable lovo him night and An-- 1 Str.ttjuiincsjon Incttu l;r M5ctTt rtc. J $Oun Of iet isOPPOJirt U. O.PTtNTOrnet J smlenn w.1110 piuer.tln Icttlluio leniclefron WahlrRion. t f Send inoilcl, il.amns or pnitr...urwith descrlp-of not, (tec J linn. M'c tilritc. If Hlci tat.d Jchiri-Ourfcenntiluetilltaltntlssccurrii. i A pMiutT, "How toOhula I'.tmw," with In the U.S. mil furulxucouotrlct;, Jcoit of I itnt f.ce. .VJJicsi, e. J uu IC.A.SNOW&CO.JJ D. C. t OPP. PATENT OfriCC, WAtHIMOTON. WHEH YOU GO TO 0.VENS3QRD may havo eloped with rcnio ono. Any ono finding him is cautioned nbout shaving Ins tail m ithout running it through mi iiugur hole in thosidoof tho barn nnd liiVMIm- - if, Willi il imir of tdimiber'H for- - i "'-tri ceps. A reward of $3 will bo given for tho return of Mario Antoinette; nnd note? nt 00 davs given for crops destroyed by him. Tho following tMiem.or portion of one, thero being 10 other stanzas wldch nro omitted here, Is taken from a paper published near Cripple Creek, Colo., tailed Tho Iris: y C.Theo.Cain. c.i !.(:. A HINT l'ROM NATUHE. In thu olden timet I'cojilo did not notice nature, but we older nnd wtcr nnd Aiu Should notice nil thing, ou see Iinc ago tmmHfM For the finftt ind Mwt Article Work, anv liie or ttylc. Frnl'rka Si. bW.ett 3nlttnd-Wi- . Hid you ever notice nature? Sho talks nl day Ion?. K'rliups, friend, ) ou don't knaw Tho brook's murmur o Its Eontf. Cun'M tiii- -j . .? Tlin CTIATnAU. Perhaps you never think, When ) ou ro out for a alk, That ucry flower and Madonf ktors Is trjlntf to get you to stop nnd talk. And If jou sit down near a trva Amnnit tho grata nnd Mowers, If jou aiu cross nnd sad, STRAYED FROM .'3, Whooping Couch, Brcnchltlt nl Ailhni. A t.rt-.i- a ani curs Tor Coniumttlon In V t enso. n tur. rtll.f In df tncea it..-- . Y)J vrill ice the eictllect cilctt tiklrj the Cnt dor., now by etiieri OTtrywoirr. rt ltuc, ftr Utt!3 50 ccttl in .00. di(i Nntui o will reason w ltli on for hours. Yes, God litis given us nature To help us on our llfo's tour. So w lien w o arc sad nnd w enry Nature will help usour sadness totndure. Nntnro waa never known to weep Or to lo sad or eros. Aid If wo wcro to loso nature. It would bo a, very tuut lots. Sim cares not for tho niclanelioly For alniliicts sho has always aspired Sho lautihs piyly w ltli tlio Llitliu, Sho teiidei ly hoothes llo tired. No mutter liow poor tlio pcrwm, n soft cot. Ho l never rel'u-Shu loves everylniily she ree Whether they Rro iioor or not. So, if yon want to be cross. Don't uo lilt 'iuf rriwh, 1'or tbo siidder you aro Tilt n.010 KladniM blio'U prtnctu Sometimes llio punUlinicnt If iinllnalon, The San Francisco l'"xnuiincr relates this little f.lcry, which probably be truer if the Ohio liver section of the Chesapeake nnd Ohio amuse them. Don't stand nt the door of a street road be substituted ior the Kcntiioky car nnd wotry some man near at hand Central wherever the same occurs. IMvision Superlntetu'uit Frar.er, (f into giving you n seat when there are the Southern Pacilic. lives at Ficstio empty seats nt the head of the car. You all do this, nml has charge of the company's lines Doh'l leave jour liaudcrchief and loaquiu Valley. In the S.m pocket hook in your lap when you who is n bright, capaMr . are riding in a street car Some man ble railroad officer, is :ieompir.itive. will pick them up for you as you nte new mail in the State, and owes ly passing out.hut they will get muddy. his present postion to the interest Don't try to have a long waist. the millionaire President of the roid prohas taken in him for several yenrs. For 3,000 yeara the artists the fessors and conservators of beauty At one time he was" connected with have been s tying that a short waist the Kentucky Central Koad. is the more beautiful. At least take Ten or twelve years ago an incident occurred that first brought Fraser un- the hint, Don't wait until you get in front der the notice of, Mr. Huntington. of a ticket office window before taking The latter had jtis.t. completed the book. The wives of construction of the Kentucky Central, out 'your pocket the eight men who arc patiently nnd one day happening to he at Rock-powaiting for the opportunity to buy Ky,. thought he would take a boaded the train on which tickets are wondering why they arc ride. He so late nt, home. Fraser was conductor. The latter did road, and not know the owner of lite Ilo.tliuss fnimol lie Cnreil had not the least idea wh it maimer ol By local applications as they cannot man he was. reach the diseased portion of the car. Going through the train collecting There is only one way to cure deaf' tickets Conductor Fraser eventually ness, and th.it is by constitutional rtached Huntington, who was ga.ing remedies. Deafness is caused by an interestedly thrmigh the car window inflamed condition of the mucous as the train was crossing tho high lining of the F'ustichian Tube. When and long bridge over Green river. thii tuba is inflamed you have a "Ticket3, please," said the conduct- rumbling sound or imperfect hearing or to the rich ni in. and wh?n it is entirely closed, Deaf-- n With a statt Hutitingotti turned the result, and unless the iiifiam-m.iti'i- :. aiound in his seat and hurrie lly lilt can be taken out and this i.i his pocket for one of the many tube restored to its normal condition passes he is in the habit of carrying. hearing '."ill be destroyed forever; He could not find one, ris beloiegoiug nine e.i- - ?s out of ten are caused by to Kockport he had left' his private catarrh, hich i nothing hut an inr ': nt I.ousville, and all of his passes flamed ..'.m tiiton of the mucous surwere in mother coat in the car. faces. ' " I've liot got my passes with me, We will give One Hundred Dollars but it's all right, I'm Mr. Huntingor any' case of Deafness (caused by ton," ictiiaikcd the railroad magnate catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's as he continued to h,cl in li.s pockets Catarrh Cure. Send for circu!ar;free. fur a pasteboard. F. J. lliiNUV & o., Toledo, O. " Mr. Who?" asked Fraser. ' EgiJSoU by Druggist, 75c. " Mr. Huntington, the owner of the Me nnniii:ioiiil' I.IuIiIiiIiik train and t'.ii". rjal. tir," rcplicl fis Remedy for Rheumatism, is used by " apostle ' " 1 can't take your void lor that, physicians everywhere, and is known sir, and must have a ticket or the as a lenurkable efficient preparation t for tile re! icf and speedy cure of that cash," said the ticket collector. "ilut I tell you I'm the owner of disease. Its work is so immediate that benefit is felt from the first dose, " this road, and that ought to he and one bottle will cure any ordinary "That may all be tr.i?," remarked esse. Sold by druggists in large bottlie conductor, "but il I weie to be- tles, or sentihy express to any address with special diiecttons and full inforlieve all the stories I h;ar from who make excuses about losing mation, by Drummond Medicine o., their tickets or their" tnofiey ' I would 48.50 Maiden I.anc, New York. soon be discharged fir not doing my Agents wanted. duty, I'm instructed to collect a JlnrrlriKC Jfnxlms. ticket or cash from every passenger. BOSTON UUDfilvT. Now, I cannot take your word as to Never taunt with a past mistake. who you are, and if, as say, you have Never allow a request to be repeatleft your passes behind, yoa must pay ed. cash. If you don't I'll put you off at Never both be angry at the same " the next station." time. Mr. Huntington had to yield up $o Never meet with without a loving for fare. welcome. The next day when Fraser learncJ be the daily aim and I.et that the passenger lie had made pay practice of each. fare really the owner of the load Never talk at one another, either he handed in hia resignation, but it alone or in conrimy. was not accepted. Never let the sun go down upan Iluutington told the story as a good any anger or grievance. joke on linnsell and praised the conNeglect the whole world beside ductor for his devotion to duty. He rather than one another. did net forget the incident either, and Let each one strive to yield often-nio'finding Fraser competent promote to the wishes of ths ( ther. him on occasions before bri:ij,inghi.u Never unke a reunrk at the ex out here. pense of the ot'ier it is n:ea mes3. Never pare fora day without loving Wluil a .M'in.i:o s. Don't hate other women so. Think words to think of during the absence of the way you look at one another Never find fault unless it is perfecton the sttect. Don't keep all your ly certain that a fault has been compoliteness for us. mitted, "and always speak lovingly. Don't keep smoothing the wrinkles The neirest approach to domestic out of your waist. A few wi inkles hippiness on eirth is the cultivation will keep you from looking hideously 011 both sides of absolute unselfishsmooth, like a fashion plate. ness. Never let any fault you have comDon't have your skirt badly fastened at the back so that yourunderskirt mitted go by until you have frankly becomes visible. You can't see this, confessed it and asked forgiveness. rt sulli-cirnt,ps-sengeself-denis it Moil I'loinotlon rriiiu .llr. Is Nnlil l llnw nnd no woman seems to tell you. Don't get off near with your back to the horses. Men get a great deal of fun out of your persistency in doing this. Hut you are not bound to Fditok Uiii'unt.iCAN: On looking up a little history of the Democratic Free Trade pirtv M'c find some interesting reading for those cranks who voted tiie Democratic ticket last November We will begin with the Third FrefiTiade period from 1H33 to 1842. The tariff duties M'erc too low to any protection to American industries and depression followed. Assignments and hankrupcics resulted every M'here; uianufacturics suspended operations and business grew worse until the culmination was reached iu in the financial crash of 1837. One of the mostjappalliiig nnd disnstrious financial revolutions ever known worse if possible, than that which followed the lepeal of the first tariff act iu 1S1C, The revolution of 1837 produced a far greater havoc than was experienced in the period above mentioned. The ruin came quickly and iearfully. There were but few that 'could save themselves. Property of evey description was parted with at prices that were astounding and as for the currency there was scarcely any at all. In some parts of Pennsylvania the obliged to divide bank people notes into halves, quarters, eighths and etc., and agree Irom necessity to use them as money. In Ohio, with all her abundance, it was hard to get mbney to pay taxes. The Sheriff of Muskingum county, as'stated by the Guersney Times in the summer of 1842, sold at auction e wagon at five dollars one and fiilty cents: ten hogs at six and a fourth edits csch; two horses, (said to be worth from $50 to $75 each.) at $2 each: one barrel of sugar at $1 50 and store nt the same rate. In Pike county Mo., as stated ly the Hannibal Journal, the Sheriff sold three horses at $1. 50 each; one large ox at 12 i cents; five cows and one calf, and two steers, the lot at $3. 50c; twenty sheep at 13 jjc each; twenty-fou- r hogs, the lot went at 25c; one eight-daclock at I5c;a lot of hogsheads of tabac.o, (seven or eight.) at $$', three stacks of hay, 25c each and one stack of fodder nt 25c. Cotton's life of Henry Clay, Volume 1st, we can trace the Democratic free traders back to the days of 1776, when they wete called Tories, and doing everything in their power to hinder the old patriots from gaining national independence. We fail to find one single act that was beneficial to the American people. They have always been with the foreigner. . ,,. . Tlie free trade demagogue declares the Republican system of protection robbery well let it rob. When steel manufactured in F.ng-lau- d wire nails and sold in this country at 8 cents per pound, the duty s ic per pound; which afforded no protection, but in 1883 the Republicans placed a duty of 4 per cent pound on steel wire nails. Did the free trade liar have to pay 1 1 Jc per pound for his wire nails, according to their own theory? No. He buys them at tM-and three cents per pound. I could go on and enumerate a hundred of necessary articles on a line with steel and wire nails. It is a great mvstery to me how the lying demagogues can induce the day laborers to cast a vote that is ruination to their own interests. Well may we exclaim: "O, not what thou fool, thou kuoM-etthou doeth." The prospects are now good for the to get their eyes open. old moss-back- s Tiie whole nation is now looking to Congress for relief, but I have great faith in the Democratic party carrying out their plans of Free Trade, which will be more destructive than fiVe hundred cyclones among our American factories. Let her come. It takes a good size cyclone to learn some people a little sense. Yours gieatly disgusted, four-horsy e o PROFESSIONAL CARD. J. Edwin Eowe HARTFORD, KY. af-fo- id J ns. H. llenn, .I.N. II. Viililliir. LAWYERS, IIAKTFOUD, KY. (Offlce, over Anderon'j GLENN & WEDDING, llniisr.) Will practico their profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, nnd court of Appeals. Special attention given to criminal prnctice and collections. i:l -- 1 James u&. Srciltli, jJT AW PI8Y E. I). OUFFy. II.KTFOKI, KY. Will practice his profession lit Ohio and adjoining counties, und court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office cast sitle of public pquare. II. t t. RI KGO Attorneys gt aw, V ill practice in all courts of Ohio ami adjoining counties, Superior ColCourt ami Court of Appeals. lections nud all lepal business attended to. Office 329 E. Market St. 7 R. R. WEDDING, Attorney at Law, Bi:.vvi:n Dam, Ky. Will practice his profession iu nil the courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in all the Courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court ot Ap-pcSpecial attention given to collections. Oflico'over Williams & Bell's drug store. uls. Lawy eR sal- - W4M&1 t& J'A,JlfW'A rNrvw.HtlS wVi3ii'ytC'i ,s4?- u - DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Is prepared to de all kinds of Dental work at reasonable prices. CJ.TLmTLm 03NT el I filiate, m-,- i Tlie Loading Fktograjlier. IM Pictures In ETery.StjIe and Sis3. CSfOld Pictures Copied and Enlarged A SPECIALTY. 108J Main Street. ' o7n6 3U3T1K qCiJIIIT. OWENSBORO, KY Btsinqruitr. WORMS! 'WHITE'S CREAM YERM1EME Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. mpirtd br Eicitiitpm m.aciss to., st. tons. ZXSX3TXT TABLER'SPH C iwiB&jwjygj;, ""VI IB (lUAIUKTEE lii3iijCll WEana Invito tlio CUBE most cnrciul InvestlKutlon ns to our responsibilA B,,,....., , Blub John. FOR 20 YEARS SOLD EVERYWHERE, OINTMENT: CURES NOTHING BUT PILES, A SURE rimnmmn OUR k lESIIMONIALS I I....MW,UM,l,lMUI.nM! , u.iusu 1111 CURE and astho BEPT REMEDY FOR PILES. mt" r mciuncsox bedicije ro st. iou. known for IByaars CERTAIN j&.lt Jsi Guili:lcsUIiam tobenr, A Solentlfio American People who havo heretofore failed to notice nntliro will bo glad to hnvo their attention thus pleasantly called In that direction. Wo aro also shown in a pleasing way how disagreeable it would bo if nuturo 'should over havo anything happen to it. And uo foolishly think. If wo suiter. Rod doesn't enre. Hut ho docs euro a crcat deal. That's why ho iwo uh nature, you know. Hi i niiso w hen ho can't oootliu our wounds Nnturo takes liU placo and does so. r -- Fn r lnrnrmaiion- nna rreo li&nanooK. irnt. to . ..:..r. . ... r ' .1 ..., .. .... OMert bureau for eacurlnir ratunt. In America. Rrcry rntent taken out by ns la brnuKntbofore tho pulllo by auotlco elroa f too ot churgo la tue fflyr " & HljamSTRADK PATKNT8, MAnxa. DBSION OOPVRIOHTS. CAVEAT9. .to. .... Buck Shoals, N. C, August. Unanimity In,WllilnB. SftUvtiSii y Qmtitm Vumcity. A young huly was walking along with her bean, nnd both wero looking ut tho skyward In sileneo moon. for coino moments tho young man "I wish I wero tho man In the After-gazing cup in iiMurciiiu3 wiinouitno HUUW1 idRoof the luUunt.wlio will voluntarily smoUlUiS or chewing In u tow days. nl-. ciirwl ntlionio.nndwltu. OWl WnnPnTUP. riPnHPPHWr.W TAhI? mtuiiuijuiiuvu uiu I'iuui mull uillMa nuiuny vuort on mo pari 01 tlio patient, by tlio uno of our SPECIAL FORMULA QOLD CURB TAI1LETS, A FEW iJiirinir',nimenLri.inetiiHrr3niiowei tlio ireo uso or Liquor or Mor pumuiiniii nucn unions tticy bnuu vciuui'iriiy glio iiicm up. WoNorHl particular nud pamphlet of testimonials fno, nnd slinll Testimonials uoki'iu ui iii.ipii tuiicrvrstirom any 01 mesa lauiis iiiconiiiiuuica-tlowltli poicoua who havo been cured bytliaiisaofourTAULLis. from persons . WILL'O TAB LET ti nro for calo by nil fihst-clasUriwpWUnt g l.po per isckngc. who havo boon It your ilrinfliFitdoes not keep them, tucloao us SI.OO nnuwuwiii scan you, uy return mini pucuairu 01 our curod by tho uso of aaoiMin. M'rlto your name nnd nddrrffsplclnly, and stato wnruicr Mnnicis uro iur aouuecu, Aiorpmuo or .iu,uur niiujii DO NOT nn Pncnivno Into purclnilns c Onio Chemical Co.: nny tuu Yiiinms iniMruois unit nro Oflliu; Deaii Silt: I havo been minor Your oucreii ior hiiii. asj. ior .fcaULiij'ai curo for tobacco habit, nud found It would j.'uH. a. 'ti nnu mini 110 tuner. do what you claim tor it. 1 used ten cent Manufactured only by worm ur tliustrongoxtcncwluir touaccoauay, nnd from 0110 to live clRars: or I would suioko from ten to fortv nines of tobacco, lluvo chewed nml Hinnkod for twcntvdvo yearn, mid two linckacrcs OHIO CHEMICAL CO,, of your TuLlots cured mo so I hnvo no desire lor It. II.M.JAYLO1I0, Leslie, Utcb. CI, S3 A CD Cpcra Block, Doiids Febkt, N. Y. ' TnnOuioCnr.mcALCo.:-GENTLEHK- N: Sometime oko I sent trtr ri.no worth of vnnr Tnblets for Tobacco llublt. 1 received LIMA, OHIO. them all right uiid.altnouirul was both a heavy smokor and chowcr. they did tho work In less than three clays. I nm cured. PAUTICULAU3 Truly jours, MAT11EW JOHNSON, 1. O. Box iS. l'lTTsnunaii. l'A. FREE. TnnOnioCncuicALCo.! Gkktlemen: It irtves mo pleasure to speak a vrrrt nf nrnU.i for volir Tablets. St V noil WUSKtrOllttlV UUdtCtCXl tO tllO USO Of Ha.uor.nnd thtouKh nfrlend, I wus led to try your Tubletn. Ho was n heavy and onstnnt drinker, but alter uslnir your Tablets but thrco duyshociult drinking, nml will not touch IKiuor of any kind. I hnvo waited four mouth before writing ourstmlv. 5 ou, lu order to know 1110 euro wus permanent. Biuum".!., iimiin.i.Y luiKiYm 111 rMrtI,1rt n .u hu MMimz vjmmmz m3to5ilnyg. Perfectly barm aduicia thourMroforTOHACCX) Mlllcoinplel.'lydtstroj Infirm fl nt if n " rw Ugft.Mfe ,, ity cud tbo morlts of our Tablets. . . . ilmHII,111M.l.MMM.W.I.l.MmnwillW,MWtWMW1 r.tvMk . . . 1 The Quarterly Register of SlsgU Copies, SOe 1 T-ilal- PsrTttr, sod - ft.CO Bound Vclnrass, 1.00 iv hlk soml.u ll ;:'J, cition " A ...fill, llm.t), mch Itluck olUl r t? coflilcm. Hit li"ft"'"' K' nr, . nm uiduo, ud .Vll,." ul.lr tltoUi lbnurio. Uto to ,m.ll ft jiuiio jowui tl M4S sad hl( klttl nibllcltlol. I SB TOO BU. COMMU'rRES. J. C. Vr'75 ruI a. a. s For til. hrtntlot BoolMlI.m lt,curhool Ih. VotM. ho .III .lie Sid (t wbittlMloS: rllIUiiill.dill,.clloiiirplc.l Ih. UTo o. ri.elpl ol lh prlco foi itagU copl. tsd UjimJ tolunta. 11 cunncriT HisTonv, OITSOIT, MICH., u. ilili s Tablets. 111 w ''""- - AT JSJ-iX- 'i ruin imm 1 Fpr.--r,-r- l'uuuuk;iuj,aUllliOivatay,cT An.Ulioio trouUixl mIIIi nirvnininca retultlng (Tout cantor ovvmork 'a 111 bo lellovcd l taking Xturalgla Peruana nni moon." "So do I,!' spoko up tho young lady. "And why do you wish that'r" asked the young man, with o puzzled look. , "Tho moon Is inoro than n million miles away," eho quietly roplled. In- Tnr. oniti Cnr.incAi, Co: GGiiTtKURNi Your Tablota havo performed a mlroclo in my case. I havo used morphine, hypodermlcully, for cvcn yeurs, nud havu been cured bythouspol IV. L. LU1XUAX. two nuekuKun of your Tablets, aud without any effort on my part. VdurchH nil uruors to DESPONStHLE IAOENT8 WAMCDI iXUS. HELEN MOMtlSON. CINCINNATI. OUIO. MV COMPLEX CN ''t'W'.runJtsi'ij-entlrnt- , ,TJl. r - -Ol u, . 'wV0 , iif,r lK ilrs.SlnlliaiiMIMi.ilj Ml. j .' .1, ltl11( liEXT MORNINfl W.1 .I lifioia (irrt, mi I Ii rrvnau j ft ujiiinvrsj -- I THE OHIO CHEMICAL CO.. 81, 03 and B5 Opera, Block. tvu trado mark Jlroivii' J run lllttera, dmila. red u asuii lluu CO dianapolis Journ! In wrlUag pleaso mention this psper LlNtyi, OHIO. ilt. iMihTtoli ,.UtU V.HUOUVIAUU. . KmbIIi I nsdiiHotlllictPc.i.nj i.u trutlt.cii(liouriiiliiriM,K tr inmrl l,r llritltlm ...I,. , ,w.v . iMatlhv. V '1 vd Pi I ', . N TV.I L.I.UI,;,, h ruf ji. t.' i I r.-- -- t X 'Jfs ytes.&u-.- t .V tfrl" - itt ... sv. .1. r" Maaat4MattkrAiBaTtrl1"ni' ss38 Republican Hartod rUIlUSIIHD BVllUV i'ilttlAY jlbltNlNil. I', u JO. H. RIHJF.KN, Ktlilnr niiil t'roiinlor' FRIDAY, AUGUdT Wi: AUK AUTIIOIU.UI) 18, 1803 I I Breckc&Mitee A'tiM and iho itnlii'iick (JlatUlA, Gross's two silbsi-ilizewho me stultifying themselves in stirporling tliut politibat uyo in Urce'keiniil);c, ettre for the ilnncoek and Mcndo, take great ol' ienco at the reference to Gdi. Gross in tho IU:ruiu.iaN of two weeks ago. Wo merely gaiil whnt was true of Tub TO ANNOUNCT. C. SLADE TAYLOR . 'two papers know it Of the Cromwell Precinct, as n candidate for State Senator from the 8th Senatorial District, st.jev... U the action of the Republican party. To Tin; vomits oi Om . Muiilun- BKpAnBirn.KRCousTii'-Inni- B! District in 1'eiiiR a. composed of your counties. Republican, I wilt submit my claims to the Convention of that party. So- lie tine the support of all Republic-- , the ans in".. Convention, I am, Yours truly, 15. . Hartford, Ky.. June Wis D. Gui'iv. 29, 1893. ZEBULON H. SHULTZ, Of the Sulphur Sprin s Precinct, as Superintendent for Ohio county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Wl5 AM'. AUTIIOKI.I'I) TO AN'N'OUKCI akk authoki7.i:i for to announck office of a candidate the School W. L. HAWKINS Of Hartford, as a candidate for the office of School Superintendent for Ohio county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Collector Josh Powers has made the following recommendations of Ohio county boy: L. P. Loncy, A. Lee Howe, Win. Lyons and M. J. Reid. Tin: Attorneys for the Commonwealth scored some good hits ngainst the blind tigers last week. Let the good work go on. The people nre tired of the violation of law and the time is ripe for its stopping. Down with the blind tigers. Gen. Gross and the editors of those Wcud-- I is true. mire their phick and ability in bolstering up an argument in behalf of their tattooed master; but their own good .common sense tells them that Jack Grss is unworthy of the confi. , fth pcol,00, Kentucky fur 0"co of trust whatever. Ino, no the Republicans do not fear Gross, , peo, ,)C.. ony mte hin)( n8 lhe nlo of nil liarties linto him. Iiecnusn of his conceit, his reckless method his general cusseducss and the possession of those traits of character and prnc ticc which would win tho contempt rather than merit the confidence of n No man ever acwise constituency. cused Gen Gros of being distiti guished for cither great intellect, piety or ability in nuy legitimate trade or profession. He has never distinguished himself as an orator nor even as au average speaker. We have so far failed to hear of but Uo things which e.tn at all account for his success in his political aspirations. One is that he is an accomplished hull dozer with an unlimited amount of gall, and the other is that perhaps during the war he may have prevented a man close to the heart of the Gmrier-Joimat, from drinking himself to death. Wc fail to sec any reason for popularity on account of the fonuer.and because the latter may have been true, we fail to see why the Oonrief Journal should persist in inflicting him 011 the good people of the Commonwealth "y n Trnrhern In t'onnirl. COXTISUEIl 1'ROM LAST WEEK. ! Tin: Behriug Sea dispute between Institute was called to order by the Great Britian and the United States Assistant Secretary at 1:30 p. in., and has been decided by the Board of Ar the roll called. A motion to elect bitration and as usual with everything since the beginning of the Cleveland it weut against the Administration, United States in every point. Eli.a-bcthto- to serve until Chairman Rogers should arrive, was made and carried. A motion was then made that the Chair appoint a committee of five on organization who should retire from I'nor. W. B. Haywamj, of is a candidate far the Senthe room and formulate a plan of orate in the District composed of the ganization and report as soon as poscounties of Hardin, Bullitt and Gray-eo- sible. The Chair appointed Messrs. Prof. Hayward is an able man O. M. Shultz, W. II. Barnes, J. I and would reflect credit upon his con- Rogers, and Misses Lucy B. Town-sen- d and Dora 15. Gibson. stituents if chosen to lill the positiou After a short absence the commithe seeks. tee ratu.ned and reported that the Aantiactrcr n new 'industrial plan adopted for the organization of The paper published at Louisville is a the District Associations was that the bright and well edited sheet. It teachers of each Magisterial District merits a wide circulation and business repair at once to the different rooms men generally would profit greatly assigned to each and elect Vice PresiT T?frrfrc ttiailn n run' nlonQlMf dent and Secretary. Acting on this plan by making themselves acquainted talkto'theleachersof the Institute. the organizations were soon perfected. with the rich mine of business infor1... Nominations were next The officers elected are as follows: mation each successive issue contains. Buroun J. I.. Ultuore, President; the Superintendent to be in order lor two persons to act with the County Superintendent Thompson J. S. Field, Secretary. State 1:okdsvii.le Z. II. Shultz, Presi- Superintendent as a Teachers' Library has decided that persons under eighCommittee. dent; Miss 15 va Pirtle, Secretary. teen years of age, who stood the July The following persons were nomiRocktokt A H. Ross, President: examination should uol be denied nated: G. S. Fithugh, Wm. Foster. 15. D. Maddox, Secretary. certificates on that ground aloue. The Miss Rosine G. W. Miller, President; E. K. Ray, O. M. Shult. and certificates due applicants in this Dora 15. Gibson. Miss Gibson nnd Miss I.ucy B. Townsend, Secretary. county under that decision will be Ckomwum. 15. K. Shult., Presi- Mr. Foster were elected. made out and mailed at the earliest A motion was made by Miss Maggie dent; Miss Bessie Maddox, Secretary. possible date. Sunt. Thompson has Williams that the Superintendent Hauti'ord Prof. E. R. Ray, Presalso decided that certificates issued ident; Miss Sallie Coleman, Secretary. next year require all the teachers paprior to the August examination are Nominations were next made for placed on the program to prepare not good in any county save the one Secretary of County Association. pers on their subjects and bring them made in which they were issued. The names of Misses Ida Smith, Dora to the hall as evidenceof having preparations, and that all teachers, 15. Gibson and J. S. Field were preTin: newspapers on Wednesday whether on duty or not, prepare essented. Miss Smith was elected. contained accouuts of tho waylaying pecially on every subject to be disThe organization of the Association cussed during the Institute. Motion and murder of Will Conrad.oneof the being completed, Reading was next carried. fumou3 Indiana White Cap slayers, discussed by Miss Dora E. Gibson. A motion was made that the chair The latter by a young Timberlake. She says that her connection with the appoint three judges who are to exwas a brother of the leader of the examination of the county has conWhite Caps, who was killed on the vinced her that the subject of reading amine the exhibit of the teachers nnd This young is sadly neglected. TJiinksthat good give their decision at the first meetnight of tho nttack. Mobe hauged but here's reading depends upon the understand- ing of the County Association. scoundrel should tion carried. dimes to doughnuts he is never given ing of the piece to be read. She takes NOON. anything more than a farce of a trial. care to have her pupils understand A motion was made that the names TheConrads arc perhaps not quite the what they are to icad. The subject pay right kind of men, but we ndmirc the was farther discussed by G. S. Fitz-hug- h of the persons who promised to dicnnd Wm. Foster. Miss Maggie ($1) one dollar to purchase the who defends his home and espec man tionary for the district making best ially agonist uight prowlers nud would Williams was called upon to give the exhibit of the children's work, and Mr. be regulators. The Couruds should most common faults in reading. She J. D. Wilson be appiontd to collect have lived to kill every White Cap gave monotone and bad enunciation the money and purchase the book. as two of the most common faults and in Indiana. Superintendent advocated as a remedy for these the Motion was tabled. Jo. B. Rogers was then elected to do The Green River Jlepubliean does use of diacritical marks, correct this. us injustice in saying we have "warm sound of letters and exercise in enun Mr. Richard Foster was called upon ed up and taKeu sides in the Senator ciation. Mr. to discuss School Discipline. We have nil along refused ial race.' Recess. Ardent Spirits and their is Foster said that to take sides though abundant reason effects upon the Human System, in the first essential to school govern for doing so has not been lacking. the nbsence ot V. JM. Likens, was asment. Thinks teachers ought to The Hartford RnruiiucAN has all signed to Prof. 15. R. Ray. Mr. Ray study the nature of each child. He the while contended that tho choico brought a small bottle of alcohol nnd said the day is passed " away when Institute and of Ohio county should be indorsed by au egg before the the teacher must use the rod. The the other counties,no matter what one showed by bringing the two together intelligence of the child, must be apalof tlie two or threo he might be. the bad effect of alcohol upon the bumen of the system. The albumen pealed to. That is all we have ever asked; that Mr. L. n. Loney, being called upon of the egg was completely cooked. is all wo now ask, and in view of Supt. Rogers recommended that this by Superintendent Rogers, delighted years of precedent no man should atk experiment be repeated in every the teachers with a few warm words Ohio couuty to take less. Butler has, school house in the county. in their of greeting and it is true, cast this precedent aside, report by Mr. R. Foster work. Critic's but the majority of the Republicans Motion was made to have Miss was next heard. believe that of Ohio couuty refuse to Maggie Williams reduce her speech On account of extra work done dur Muhlcubcrg will do likewise. writ ing the day by the editors, the paper in the debate Tuesday night to Miss Lucy I). not ready to be read. Adjourned. ing, and that she and One week from tomorrow tho Re- was Townsend be requested to have same NIGHT. publicans of Muhlenberg hold their of the InThe exercises of the evening were published in the minutes Precinct Convention and 011 Monday introduced by a Vocal Solo by Miss stitute. Motion carried, following their County Convention to 1511a Rowe, which was highly enjoyed. Recess. After recess the certifidetermine tho question regarding the cates of attendance were distributed "Choosing a Profession" was the race for tho nomination for State basis of an excellent address by Hon. to the tcachcis, Senator. It has been generally un- C. W. Massie. The address made by The Superintendent appointed J. B. derstood all along that Muhlenberg Hon. J. 15. Rowe on "How I Lost Wilson, D. 15. Miller and Miss Dania would follow (he precedent establishexhibied and acquiesced in for several years Your Case," was pleasing, instructive Carter judges of the work on Mr. Rowe evidently tion. of having tho couuty in rotation nniuo nud eloquent, her man, and we have yet to hear of knows what will please Ohio county The committee on Resolutions made uuy considerables objection to that teachers, the following report: idea. Wo believe that tho great The vocal trio by Messrs. R. D. Hahti'ord, Ky., Aug. 11, '93, mass of tho Republicans of MuhlenWalker, R. Collins and M. Bean was The committee on resolutions met berg concede to Ohio tho right to Ohio county has loudly encored. in the music room, Friday at 9 n. in , name her man. spoken; her choice has been made, Miss Sallie Cate next delighted the August 11, 1893. It was called to orand now she would respectfully usk audience with a vocal solo. der by Chairman Crowe and R. Foster that Muhlenberg sanction her uction The audience then had the pleas- was elected Secretary. by casting her vote in tho convention for Mr. C. S. Taylor, of Cromwell, ure of listening to a fluent address by ' 1. Rksolvkd, That we recommend the choice of tlie majority of the Re- Hon. J. S. R. Wedding on the subject on increase of the County Supcrin publicans of Ohio county. of Buck Pop, Mr. Wedding made n'tendent's salary to such an nnntint 15. wn, X l'rof. R. Ray Chairman dlspciiftiliuil u'Me subject ftltcll he stlid that He v61lfd pile baifcl btl top of b.uibl until helihdn temple that would kit's the cloddy, then he would tap every barrel and through n common tube run the stufl into the den of every blind tiger in Ohio county, The exercises of the evening were closed by a vocal trio by Miss Cox and Messrs. Collins and Walker. After some pleasant words of thanks by Supt. Rogers for the pleasant exercise of the evening, the audience was adjourned. Friday, August it. Institute convened, and alter a song by the teachers with Miss I.ula Johnson at the piano, was calle 1 to order by the Superintendent at 8:50 a. in , after' which the 10II was called nnd eight teachers were absent. The minutcsof the day were read and adopted School program of Recitation was next discussed by Mr. J. B. Wilson. His remarks wire strictly confined to the needs of the district school. The plan suggested was very good and full of suggestions. He thinks n program ot Recitation indispensable to ineth-- o 1 in teaching, Mr. L. T. Barnard thinks that memory studies ought to recite in the morning. Mr. W. G. Stewart always devotes the first lulf hour of the day to primary work. The Superintendent then called on Prof. 15. R. Ray to discuss the subject further. He did so byexplaining the course of study in common schools with suggestions as to how to make Think this the course as adopted. course of study is the grandest step forward that has been made for our schools in the last ten years. Recess. Alter recess an opportunity was given the teachers to ask any Mr. O. question they might . M Shultz. said he had no questions to ask but wished to emphasize what Prof. Ray had said in regard to putting this course of study into operation. Thinks it is absolutely essenof the pupils of tial to the mir nntnmnn srllnnls Mr. R. P. Hocker introduced the General Discussion by the Tiustccs. He said that he enjoyed attending the Institute and thinks that all the trustees ought to be induced in some way to attend the Institute, for by this means they could do much toward' making the Institute n success nud have the opportunity to see that teachers were keeping up with the times. Superintendent Rogers took oppor tunity here to read that part of the I new school law relating to the duty of the trustees in supplying the school houses with certain furniture as spic-ifieQuestions were asked and ex-- 1 planations were given by Superin tendent Rogers, Mr. 7.. O. King and others. Ul.se Co-ritiire-viowi-diwell-being t ftp - r - t i i - Xirriffrnasgaiw IVASHltfli'lON. Mi. Clevlnnd nlny lime w uV.':- 4 lug to do with the queer piopo.'tliuii which was made by the KepiiM-nt'i-tivBourke Cockran, to delnte nnd e tor.-vn5T;- rrSSSSag - na to ciiflkleiuly wiU:cri3.nlii liliu foi ' giving blsl'tillre liiiietmd nttenlldii to the school work. 3. Kesoi,vi'.i. That in order to increase the general interest in our Institute that wc lccnnimoiid nnd insist that every one placed on the program for the Institute shall prepaic n written discussion on the subject assigned him nnd that such discussion shall either be read or declaimed before SaeJ flood' md Claomy t will be ntHochc3tcf July tlib'lotlii Wonk And Dysjioptld Saraapartlla (lava Strength and Perfectly Cured. the Institute. That we extend to the members of the Hattford Bar our appreciation for the interest they have manifested in behalf of the teachers ol the cott-itfivoriug us with such an enjoyable nnd instructive entertainment on Thursday night August, loth. we desire to 4 Rksoi.vkd, That thank the younir ladies nnd gentle-- 1 men who contributed so much to our entertainment by furnishing such delightful music, and that we duly appreciate their efforts in so successfully entertaining us in such an original and artistic manner. 3. Ritsoi.vitn, 5 I Resolved, That we heaitily in- dorse the manner in which our worthy Superintendent has conducted our Institute and wc believe the increasing interest and cnlhusi.uu in the work of the Institute is largely due to his persevering cflorts, nnd furthermore, be it Rksoi.vkd, That wc note with pride the augmented interest each year in the schools of our county. C M. Ckowe, Ch'm'n. Cova Asdeuso.v, Ida Smith, 15va Piutm:, R. Foster. Scc'y. SCom. These resolutions were adopted. The Institute News was next read by Mr. 15. K Shultz. The paper was good and highly enjoyed by all present. Alter reading of the minutes by the Secretary the motion was carried to adjourn at . o'clock p. in., Friday, Aug. li, 1S93. Jo. B. Roc.ers, Ch'm'n, Mac.cie Wii.mam, Scc'y. C. M. Crowe, Ass't Sev'y. lliiusi-Unit. Well located, in Hartford to II. P Taylor. I Apply -- t: j Villi I he Ni.l 1? i,....i Congressman Bland, of Missouri, the gieat apostle ol Free Silver, read the riot act to his Dcinocaatic breth-- 1 ern last Friday in the following point ed manner 1 he money requirements of the j United States, with the vast wealth, ilM,UJtfy and energy of its people II nln Ailinl to IhoseofKngland, France nnd Germany combined, nnd that the whole civilized world would have to look to this country for its further monetary supply. 'And yet," he said with vehemence, "we nre asked here to lay the bloody hand of confiscation on millions of ourpopu- ' ,J"l,iMt!,'y l,hcKrt,?Jf ' J""0" Congress hngl.u.d. you trample down the interests ol your own people nnd destroy the value of one of the precious metals simply to gratify the greed of Wall street, a mere agent of Lombard street? It can not, it shall not be done. Applause.' Speaking for the mass of the people of the Mississippi Valley and of the people west of it, I say you will not d it. Renewed applause J And anybody or any party that undertakes todo it will, in God's name, be trampled down, as it ought to be, in the dust of condemnation now and in the future. "I speak as a Democrat, but yet as an American above Democracy. We do not intend that any party shall survivc.if we can help it, that will lay its confiscating hand on America in the interest of Knglaud or of F.urope. That may be strong language, but in speaking to you of the Knstorn wc will bid you farewell when you do it. I to-da- y Dem-ociacy, vote upon the several propositions r made by silver nnd men, in the House, before any rules ate adopted or committees nppointi!,-b.t- t his name is being Ireely med by those who advocate this verv irregular method ol Congressional proceed. ing, to net the support of others. Speaker Crisp would very glndly sec the scheme adopted, as nothing would suit him better than to sec the troublesome silver question voted upon by the House before he announces Numerthe committee assignments. ous conferences have been held by r the silver and Democrats this week, with n view to agreeing upon a programme for fighting out the silver battle without rules or committees. The Republicans, to use a bit ol slang, are not in it, but it is needless to say that they do not favor irregular proccediusg. In the Senate uo time was lost in beginning the silver battle. The echoes of the President's message had lnnlly died away when the exchange of shots began. Senator Hill's compromise bill, to repeal sections I, 3 and 4 of the Sherman silver law nud declaring that such lepeal shoul not be considered au abandonment of and further that the policy of the governnieut should be maiutc- nance ol gold and silver as the stand-- . ard of money metal, was the first introduced. A score or mote bills were introduced in the -- enate, covering n'most every imaginable financial idea from free coinage to a single gold standard. ThenSeuatorH.de stirred up the whole Democratic side by offering a resolution for the meeting of o'clock every day. tho Senate at and stating that he did soto s'rength-e- n the President's hand by accoin- plising repeal quickly. Senator Gor man very ungenerously accused Mr. Hale of having oflcretl the resolution to make party capital. Senator Vor-- ! bees after a little more or less bitter partisan talk said his committee (Fi-- , ,l,i. .11.1 1i.t Jf.'l.v imlllir nf fill. ,1b l., ltl,l.vy u.v. .w. h.nlincn i',(t question with n hop, skip and jump. Senator Sherman said that eerv pro. .Sherman law, vision of the except tint for the purchase of silver .... ...:... .111,1 IUI131I-- ....: t, i...n: UlllllUll HtliJ Ull lat and that provision he would vote to anti-silveanti-silve1 1 1 I to lciuainonly a short time will be prepared todo nil kind's of Photograph work. I niaken speciality of Cabinet Photos. 1 use the instantaneous process lor making baby pictuies. You will find me located id an elegant A. D. Tavi.hu. Photograph Cut. S15ND tweve cents in postage stamps to3oCoieornn Building, Wash-ingtowill receive 1) C, nud you lour copies of Kate Fie d's Washington, containing mutter of special interest. (Jive name and address, and whcie you saw this adveitiscinent. ry n, . I JflL Plrminghain, Alabama. Statement of the Conditi::. OF THI5 f Jr. .T. R. WMta Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK A.t "I Jme not wonU oiiourIi to express mjr thanks (or U10 great beneflu received from few bottles ot Hood's Harsap&rllU. I was I weak, ami It made rue stronRi 1 wm dyspeptic, and It cured me ; I was sad nrut gloomy, and It mado mo cheerful and hopeful. And last, though not leatt, It mado mo an ardent and tho Clcjso of BtiBinoss Juno 30,1803. Hood's I a working democrat. All who havo taken Hood's Baraaparilln with my advice, report good results. I gladly recommend It to all sufferers J. It. wiiitk, M. D., Illrmlngham, Ala. N. It. If you decide to tako Hood's do not bo Imluood to buy any other Instead. InMit upon IIOOD'H. centl s Cures KIWOUHCKS. 76,205.1.1 Notes and Hills 3,000.00 Real Fstate Furniture nnd Fixtures . . . 1,50000 . ..SGio! Kxpensespuid Cash nu hand and in P.'I.s . . 7, 1 590,017.67 1JA1UMTIKS. Capital Stock Surplus Reserve Fund Interest and 15."hango Deposits Hood's Pills arotho and effective. ltm-- i let f imlly cathartlo. Try a box. ii3 ceuta. . ! .... . 1 3.S,oh o 5,250.00 i,3jj.i. i) ' I j Call on agents of the Louisville, St. $99,017,67 Louis and Texas Railway befote purJOHN II. IlAUNliS, Cashier. Dichasing your ticket to Chicago. Sworn and subscribe to before 11:0 rect connection made with all lines June 30. 1893. via Louisville. Good service and best Rowan Hiimirookh, C. O. C. C. of attention shown to passengers. HySliEMivTwi.OR. I) C, For luithcr iiilormntiou address II. C. MtlRDl'E, Our business, continues to grow, as Asst ('.. PA. the nliove statement will show, both Louisville, Ky. in magnitude an 1 prosperity. Two years ago a deposit of $15,000: cue Man r tVrvous year ago $15,000; $6 ,ooo. IrilroVti, ...n I i,i 1. runrk oi !io j A CMI" 1. This is due to the fact that tl1 young .Mi.. I (! I'illci.-- . hliiilM iicMMtiu,nM1i itlil ' ni.x'txrx. men are beginning to icalie that it is N,..l 1, , iJii.liiirt-.llull. 1. c IliuKuuiiiiix not the money made but the money saved tint sets them up in business. Perry Westerfield, each day and puts The man w at interest fifty cents, will in fifty vears 10 wotth $5S 001 -- Rich! Hi: wt.it Dam, Kv. Wo tire here to nssist the business interests ol the canity, ami we solicit ERGWirs nWV C'iTEiK the account of eeciy an uppie-ciatCum In !;.! -, l.ill)ti.iMt, Mi:la Mula. I'hjsl-claNeriniiMu., iti'l 1. em ml rl, rwoinineii.l It Ul pushing, enterpiising individual or mm-It (imuino baatrado mirk mul lit! l!r.. ,u rapier. firm JOHN H I! U'NK.S.CasiiiER. to-dai In lhe Worlil'N I'ulr. 61,126 .',017.50 Attorney at Law. ' ii- ho'-avv- s 1 1 !! rrcl IIJ'V.U. TUP. EAST WARNED God-spee- d "Now you can take your choice o' sustaining American industries nnd American laborers against F.nglish laborers, or.ol our going apart. We have come to the patting way. I do not picteud to speak for any body but myself and constituents and I believe that I can speak for the masses of the Mississippi Valley when I say that wc will not submit to the domination of any political patty (however much we love Democracy if it lays its sacrificial hand upon silver and wounds it in this country. For myself I will not support such a party, here or elsewhere, but I will denounce it as and nud the Democrats engaged in it will ask the people ol the country to condemn as the agents and tools 110, I will withdraw that epithet as the repre sentatives of the moneyed interests, instead of representatives ol the American people. You can not hold the Democratic party together on that line." .- . Niiuinicr WrukiirNN And that tired feeling, loss of appetite and nei vous prostration are driven away by Hood's Sarsaparilla, like mist before the morning sun. To realize the benefit of this great mediNuiillierii Normal Uiilrr'!ly. cine, give it a trial nud you will join Best private board everything fur the nrmy of enthusiastic admirers of uished, Good board, $7.00 to $S,oo, Hood's Sarsaparilla. $5 per month. I5utire expenses for Sure, efficient, easy Hoods Ph.ls. the year $125. F.nrollment, 700. They should be in every traveller's States represented, 15. I'Vi lty of 22 grip and every family medicine instructors. Non.scctnrian, For both chest. 25c. a box. sexes. Year, five terms of nine weaks each. Good health. Main building of brick with twenty-fiv- e rooms heated by steam. Tuition free to cripples and those preparing for the ministry. School year begins Sept. 5, 1893: second ter.u Nov. 7, 1893; third term Jnn. 9, 18J4; fourth term Marm 13, 1894; fith term May 15, 1894; closes It is significant that when Senator Hale said in the Senate. "While the President has made a perluuctory allusion to the tariff, there is not a Senator who does not no that the Democratic party would know more dareat-tac- l: the tariff in the present condition of than a sine man would grasp a wire charged with electricity," that no Democratic Senator had anything to say in reply. Reed e'ainc as near voicing the sentiments of the in Congress as nuybo ly could come when he said of President Cleveland's message, that it was sound from a Republican point of view so far as it related to the financial situation, but wrong in assuming the silver law to be the underlying cause ol the country's troubles. Mr. Reed thinks the trouble caused by the uncertainty which prevails as to finance and tariff, and that to remove one of the uncertainties will do little or no good if the others benllowed to remain, There is general disappointment because Mr. Cleveland failed in his message to recommend a substitute for the Sherman silver law. ItMooks as though he was afraid to put himself on record. It is every day growing more evident that something must be put in place of it, if the silver law be repealed. Statements nre made which indicate that the reason Mr. Cleveland recomiuende.1 no substitute was that he wished the first move for a compromise to come from the silver men. Senatar Lodge's resolution directing Finance committee to report at once a bill for the repeal of the silver law, and providing for a vote theieon 011 August 22, so alarmed the Democratic Senators that held two caucuses in one day to arrange a programme, but they did not succeed in getting any further than the with Senator Gorman at its head. Thiscoinmit- tee is charged with the duty of keeping the majority out of trouble and of trying to devise sonic plan to be reported to any caucus that will keep the Deiuacrats together. Of the five members of this committee. tvo Ransom, of North Carolina, and Gray, of Delaware are unconditional repeal men, and two Vorhecs, ol Indiana, and Blackburn, of Kentucky for repeal on, condition that some substitute providing for the use of silver money be provided, and one Gorman is on the fence. It is said that Democratic Senators were loud in abuse of Mr. Cleveland at the first caucus, calling him n traitor to the party, etc. s T. .iijL.' 'g JTW-y- i. .' BB'tttSiMMaMatHr.liJy'aT"C j I WILLIAMS gj ar afltwWaltiailllrr' rf M23ajBBjMWlll Jtilr K3BjgMSai"ll?tyrs General - Blacimith IBoa,-v- r Dam, EELy. AU kinds ot ttepairing done on short A SPECIALTY. notice and at most reasonable rates. KORSE-SHOEIN- G Agent for the Kansas City Complete Circuit, All Steel, Mounted Hay Press, DiscJ! Harrows, Osborne Mowers and Hakes. 1-- -- i Come to Hartford -- TO SI5I5 Till- - R'44!,S MmmW IK rfnnM gg5ag- lTu!)IWWjt J i- " t- - i VVtlV(MU fas SPRING OPENING K-- ,. fmm0o mmtiwmm) ttUV iaiJ : i. A " OF Field's car of Buggies jnst from the Davis Carriage Company. C. L. Ho will envo you MONEY by Buying from HIM. sell you a Buggy, Harness, Lap Dustcrand Whip from u'p to $75.00. , Will f tiO.OO Tho Duviu Carriage Company has tho reputation of building tho best Buggy for tho money of nny Factory in Cincinnati. f So come and judge for yourself. i In it possible a Top Duggy with Silver - plated Dash Rail, Scat Rail, Handles. iiuu .uintua unu uuii 1 jjjS iur uuuyc jitjso f OUIH QB J $37.50 4 n SHr m -o v ' 1 A Ride. SngS 1 Some fine Buggies a t special prices. Call on Hookek & Co. Eh g"ttirp"t!" K 5! O O n H wr c n g v : - July 12, 1894. For further particu- lars, address, Or W. M. Prof. J.A.BAiiER.l'res. Mrs. Wm. Lyons is somewhat sick at her home on the Beaver Dam road. Huntingdon, Tenn. Johnson, Centretown.Ky Write for our New 80 pace Catalogue Address CINCINNATI, THE SOUTHERN BUGGY 00. 0H0 .... " So! P p f SB of all Kinds of Vehicles. u s K f - -- wwi. laxxebttM ,iwjWi)j ' rrrsn,r9tti'ietrrtm-- , ry . (gtnwwwwerjw wc7,"nE'..-we. WKia3ui.tv-cj.'ai.t3fcjfcaL- ." .' gj3 &3a?K3taxiC&&A&rzM-MS3S- . nrXitSlhVsxrKT W.tt, am! had Ltcii feeble (or ihaiiy .v' .KatT-.)- -. ik srve Mcshta SicVdil.1 UjSH Here's Luck, Good Friends! If times iiro tight and you arc blue, comedown to Fair Bros. & Co.'s and they will help you through. YOU CAN'T FIND IT EVERY DAY, So wlifcn it is handed you, don't fail to grab it. And in the grabbing, lie sure to Take Firm Hold of FAIR BROS. & CO They are not superstitions, thev arc facts. FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1803. New goods at Pair Bros. & Co. Fair Hros. & Trade growing In Iter nt Knir School Shoes nt & Co. Co. Ilros. I A race was run at the Fair Grounds Wednesday morning between the horses Simon and E)cwinkcr. It was lively from start to finish and was won by the latter. If yon want a new .suit, sec Carson & Co. It matters not how ugly you arc, Smoot, the Photographer, will make Best shoes ior least money at Fair you look ever so be'.ititilttl if you have Ilros. & Co. him to "snatch your shadow." GalNovelties in Fall l)re.s Goods at lery over Red Front. Fair Ilros. iS: Co. A colt belonging to W. II. Taylor Ice for sale at any time and any living two miles Fast of town, ran tf through the wire fence on the Pikey quantity, nt Williams Hros. & Sou are headquarters for ll.trncs farm near Heaver Dam yesterTracy day ami was fearfully lacerated. any thing in the Grocery line. Our furniture room is chock (till of Cahson & Co. . new furniture. We pay the best of prices for all Causon & Co. kinds of produce. rigt at Case-bie- r Good teams and Kates reasonable. & Burton's. Mr. '.. O. King, agent forthe UnitStates Furniture Co , is now in the county, supplying the Districts with the new furniture required by the late .school law. ed Visit Carson & Co. while in town this wufc. Marriage license: R. l Hratcher Miss Florence Harris, J. W. Sharp Miss Hannah Clark, I.ce Woolen Miss Nora Simpson, J. I. Elmore Miss Missouri J. Park. to to to to A child of Mr. Charles Campbell, living in the Alexander neighb .rhood, Come and gU n Swiss dtess at your died Wednesday night and was hurCauson & Co. ried nt the 1'atterson graveyard yesown pi ice. terday evening. The family have the for haulCall on Casebier ct llttrton Orders promptly sympathy of the entire community. ing of all kinds. Mr, I,. P. Ioncy has resigned his filled. has been position as Deputy County Clerk and The ice cream supper Mr. I.. M. Render has been appointpostioncd at Ued.t lor ed. Mr. Loncy lias made an efficient night. officer and the duties lie resigns have A child of Mr. Charley Campbell, fallen into hands equally capable and of the Alexander neighborhood, is painstaking. quite sick. Fair Bros. & Co. linvc had the Your horse always gets a full feed shelving in their mammoth store cut when you order it nt Casebier & Ilur- down and arc now having their rooms ton's stable. nicely painted. The improvement is Fall line ol Calicoes, Ginghams, a marked one, and this enterprising etc., for children school dresses at firm will have one of the prettiest trading places in the whole country. Fair Hros. & Co. The protracted meeting nt No Creek conducted by Rev. Schcll, pastor, assisted by Rev. Willis, Vine Grove, closed last Sunday night. Many proA. R. Carson, Carson & Co's hust- fessed to have found Christ precious ling Groceryman will sell you twenty to their souls, several were sanctified pounds of brown sugar for $i and much good was done in the name Mr. Jo Conflict Harnett, ot the No of the Lord. Creek neighborhood, is dangerously Prof. J. L. Elmore, Westerlteld, and ill and is not expected to recover. Miss Missouri Park, Clear Run, were Our Swisses and Mulls are being married at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. J. A. Tark, Wednesday closed out for what they will bring. evening nt 4 o'clock in the presence Causon & Co. of a number of friends. The groom Mrs. J. M. Harnett, who has been is one of Ohio county's ablest young sick for some time, was nble on schoolmen, while the bride is a worthy Tuesday to visit her father, Mr. Win. and popular young lady. We wish Ftilkcrson. of Ceralvo. them a life of unalloyed happiness. G. W. Hunger, Win. Lyons. Henry Nail and James Lyons painted the iron bridge this week Messrs. Z. Wayne Griffin & Hro. The family of Mrs. Amanda Bar- are having their drug store beautifulnctt, Kinderhook, are having a rely painted. Martin Keith is doing union at her home last week, this the work. and next. Junius is nt home from Parsons, Kan., Ir. John I.. Barnett A. P. Thomas has a singing school nnd family, Owensboro, and Jo. B. at Preutis of about twenty pupils. He Rogers and family, Hartford, are also will' give his first lesson probably toin attendance. They arc spending a morrow night. jolly time. Bob, Rives, Tenn., and Everything in our spring and sum- Dr. Nestor, Caneyvllle, are expected mer goods must and will be sold. during the week,, when the family of two girls and nine, boys will all be Come and secure a bargain. together. Carson & Co, yearn IIt ftnln & t Iclory who eatl, turblnx his nnlon MrunR, The deeeastd enlisted in Company Miss Rosa Wfcmer .'spent Satutday Hn) hriuoly (u liU felbw man, F. Thlrlx. fuutlli Kentucky Infantry.' ""urgitoino; I n 111 u runic." in Heaver Dam. on Jaiiu.iiy 5, 1K62. lie was div N'o raMu ho Mtrrllii c ln'ti Vcrd.t Duke and Mary Misses PrlJVui rooked imli ho U'incs charged January 3, 1N63, on nccount And irons his fault ulth toiitfuu or pen Smith are visiting in Owensboro. of being disabled by a gun-sho- t A triumph hentlilctcn. -- Buelo M. Heat In Philadelphia Lcduer. Mr. Joseph Mulhall, of Louisville, wound through the body. was in town one day this week. a inn t; 11,1.1:. A SLIGHT MISTAKE. Mcl'hcarson, Louisville, Mr. n Aug. 16, '93. The lain here last McIIenry last week. visited John J. Friday night was not so nbundant ns Lillian A.xton was n filly littlo Miss Minnie Miller. Owensboro, is nt Hatlford, yet it has done the crops The Grand Jury is still in session woman who visiting Miss Corinne Cox this week. a gieat deal of good. Corn in this nnd wliow husband- -loved her husband ami has telurned a number of indictloved her. They ments. There seems to be a desiie W. M. Fair went last Tuesday to immediate iicighboihoo.l is very good wero recently married, but not so recently that Tom Axton had not titno to of officials generally to let no guilty lay inn stock of goods for Fair Hros. and also tobacco. find out that his wife had nbsolutoly no one escape. Quite n number of Com- & Co. Mr. S. R. Ashby has built a new head at nil for finance. Sho could not monwealth cases were disposed of, keep accounts. They bewild red her Miss Rncliic Sanderlur is the guest barn, A number were convicted lor violatMiss Sue I'arrish, who has been and nlwnys ended lit a hopeless muddle. of Misses Sallie and Helen Mngrudcr, ing the prohibition law, for carrying at Utica, Ky. visiting Miss Bessie Cox for the last Sho was llko tho woman who, being urged to keep poino nccount of her exroncealed weapons, disturbing public S. K. Allen, Hitford, and W. S. two weeks, returned home yester- penditure, triumphantly showed her gatherings, etc. In one or two im- Gaines, Fordsville, made us a pleas- day. husband her book with tho two entries portant cases juries failed to agree, ant call Wednesday. Mr. Al Williams and wife and two on tho debtor and creditor sldo, "Redtuf there are still other important sons, Masters Luther nnd Herman, ceived, $."0," nnd "SiHiitt, ISO," nnd who wiis exceedingly pleased to seo that tho J. A. Anderson and family, Owenscases on trial. Ceralvo. nre visiting the family of R. iuO 011 the ouo Ma balanicd tho $.0 on boro, arc visiting R. A. Anderson and E. Williams at this writing. tho other. Ili'imhllrnii Com rnllnii. funily, Kinderhook. Lillian had tho most vaguu idea about IlAKTI'OIUJ, KV., AllgUSt IO. Mr. Elmo Williams attended the checks. It seemed to her that if n book Mrs. Jo Foster, and children, KinThe Republicans of Ohio county are Institute at Owensboro last week. was filled with imiibed cheeks their bank called to meet in Mass Convention nt derhook, are visting telatives near Several people of this neighbornccount tliciuforo was unlimited. Seven Gums.Union county. hood have been attending the big the Court House in Hartford at one Now, thero nro two things for a man The Misses Sowders.Heivor D.im, meeting nt No Creek. todo when ho finds himself in such a sito'clock Satitrday September 16 for the Mr. Win. Ewcll has the smartest uation na Tom Axton found himself. purpose of nominating candidates for were members of the party Monday Ono of tho things is wise, and one of tho chickens in the country; instead of things it foolish. If ho ia a foolish man, School Superintendent and the Legis- morning for the World's Fair. Mr. R. P. Hocker nnd two sons, making their nests on the ground or he will endeavor to teach his wifo how lature, and to reorganize the county e they make it up in to keep accounts. If ho is n wise man, committee, A full turnout is earnest- Clarence and Harvey, Heaver Dam, in the ho will simply mako tip his mind to earn made our office a pleasant call yester- the trees after the fashion of bjrds. ly requested. more money and let tho accounts go. So I am in Indiana I almost When day. Wood Tinsi.kv, Ch'm'n Co. Com. Tom Axton, beiiiK wise, bothered his D. Jay Morrison, Pcriville.reprcsent- - lose sight of the politics of Ohio , wifo very littlo about accounts, but setJo H Rookus, Sec'y. tled tho bills when they ing Phoenix Insurance Company lias county and sun a real "Woman's ns ho was ublo nnd bent camo in ns wellI II Hum no Itltnl. his energies to-Rights Advocate" but no sooner ntn ( Several gentlemen .representing life been in the city several days this I ward tho accumulating of it good nnd re- in Ohio county again than I cease Habit) balauco at tho bank. insurance companies more or less well week. to be a believer in the suffrage of woAnd so things went on very comfortaknown, have been in town the last Miss Mary Lou Joplin, who has men but awake to all its politcal bly and pleasantly until winter set in. few days. They were most courteous been visiting Miss Edna Glflin, re- Ono night when Tom camo homo Mrs. needa. While away I have let pass and affable men and tried hard to in- turned to her home in Eli.ibethtown Lillian, who was a most transparent unnoticed at least one primary that I kind of woman, liegan 11 conversation on troduce their respective companies to Monday. am sorry of, and almost another. tho subject of sealskin jackets. Sho said our people, but tho indications are that Mrs. V. D. D. Stcvens.Kiuderhook, While it is too late now to say what I that thoy wero tho most economical not much was done by them. that u woman with a sealskin visited her brother, Rev. R. D. Ben- would have said before the late RepubThe truth seems to be that the nett, Sulphur Springs, Tuesday and coat van always well dressed; that tho lican Convention, I hope it is not too apparent costliness of tho garment was United States Life Insurance Company Wednesday. late for the good Democrats of the a delusion; that u woman who had be- -' has about taken poscssiou of this terMiss Maggie Martin has returned county to profit by my suggestions. stowed upon her a sealskin sack at tho ritory. Its agcnt.Col. S. R. Dent, is ts her home, in Eliabethtowii, after They must soon make choice of a beginning of n hard winter had littlo j clso to ask for until the spring. known to almost every man in the spending several weeks with Miss man to repiesent Ohio county in the ' Tom listened gravely and finally said: county, and has written more life inEtna Griffin. next Legislature. I have heard many ' "Thero is nothing personal in nil this surance here than all the other comMrs. Alney Tichenor and little names suggested but from all these talk, is thcrcV" panies combined. Lillian averred that thero daughter, Miss Jennie Lee, Central the most worthy is Mr. A. C. Rowan. indignantly repudiated tho was not and Col. Dent is an affable.geninl, kindinsinuation Grove, visited the family-o- f Mrs. Gib- He would make a good representative that sho was thinking about herself at ly gentleman who wins for himself nnd and the people of the county would nil. Sho was merely interested in tho his company the lasting confidence of son this week. subject in general way. And Tom said Sam Casebier, Miss Fannie Casebier, act the part of wisdom by electing quietly: a the people with whom he deals. AddGkazia. Mccie Tichenor, Point him. and city, Miss ed to this is the promptness "Lillian, my dear, what is tho prico of tho particular garment you liavo beeu business like methods o( the Company Pleasant, and A. A. Brown. Beaver lilMIKItllOOK. Aug. 14. After the glorious rain looking nt?" in dealing with our people, which Dam, will visit the Worlds Fair about sho At this point in tho that fell last Friday, crops are look- camo over and sat uponconversation nt invincible the 27th. hae rendered it well-nighis knee, and Melviti ing better. Although the' yield will last Tom received the information that E. P. Taylor, Heaver Dam; hero. Col. Dent is olten about Hartford Taylor, Prentis and Rev. L. R. Har- not be to good on the nccount of the a lerfectly lovely sealskin coat could bo had for $200, which was worth, at tho and as no man, whatever It's circtim- - nett, Kinderhook, expect to attend continued drouth. very lowest figure, $300. B. Barnett, Kansas, is the tec State Sunday School Convention Junius stances, can afford to be without life "In that case," said Tom, "it is rather guest of his mother at this writing. insurance, you should not fall to see nt Ashland next week. a pity not to buy it," and sho ndmittcd with sonio reluctaneo that it was a J L Anderson nnd family, Owenshim and talk over the plans which J. C. Riley.son, Gits, and daughter. boro, arc visiting the family of R. A. ehatno to let such a chanco go by. offers. the United States Company Miss Bertha, and U. C, Harnett, Kin Tom did sotno flgnring and found that derhook, and Miss Oma Smith, ollhe Anderson at this date. a check for $200 would bo honored at his I'urNnlf! Mrs. Betty Roby and children have bank mid lcavo still a littlo credit reA fine young saddle horse, Call at Washington neighborhood left Monreturned to their home at Owensboro maining. day morning for the Worlds Fair. this office. His overcoat was on noxt morning and Miss Lizzie Sanilcrfur.who hr.s been after a three weeks visit to her father, ho was just about to depart for his offlco Nimiliiy Nrlinnl llrrrrr. S. L. Haird. when ho opened tho drawer of tho tablo wick, at Greenvisiting Mary-Ha- rd School The Kentucky Sunday J. C. Riley and daughter Miss Ber- in his room, took out his checkbook and ville, returned home Wednesday acUnion will meet at Ashland, August wroto n check to tho order of his wifo companied by Miss Mary Hardwick, tha and son Gnstavus, Miss Oma for $200. 4. The regular passenger trains Smith and U. C Harnett, left for the who will spend some time in the city. Mrs. Lillian was overjoyed, but Tom on the N. N. & M. V. will contain a World's Fnir Monday. was away before sho could thank him. Wm. A. Carson and son, Willie, of special coach for delagatcs. Price of Wc think that the people of this Sho looked at tho check with tho ink Recta, leave next Thursday for a few round trip ticket, $3 60 vicinity have forgot that our Sunday still wet upon it, waved it for a moment in- - Gibson in tho nir to dry it and then held it All delegates from Ohio county weeks' visit to relatives school at Alexander is still progresslightly with its face toward the open should apply at once to me for certi- county, Indiana. HcWe coming home ing, but some have grown negligent firo that was blazing on tho hearth. Mr. Carson will attend the National ficates entitling the holders to reduced and lost interest, while others con How it happened sho nover know, but Encampment at Indianapolis, Intl. rates on railroads and free entertaintho check gavo a littlo curl at tho corner tinue to ronie and have a good Sunsaud burst into a flame in her hand. Sho ment at Ashland. L. R. Bahni:tt. We invite the public in dropped it, tried to snatch again, but A PliMivmit liny tillh the Old Folk. day School. it The old widow- - ladies of Hitford general to take part with us. We the charred remnants escaped up tho I.OOIU When you are in town call on neighborhood were invited to a din- have a Union school for the benefit chimney. Mrs. Lillian's fuco becamo as white as Tracy & Son for any thing in the ner at the home of S. K. Allen on the of all. So come one come all and be tho ashes on tho hearth, and she sank 14th inst., in honor of his mother's instrumental in teaching the smaller into tho armchair besido tho firo, coverGrocery line. Those present children to work for God. We meet ing her fuco with her hands. 75th anniversary. Mini Mnircle Wllllnmv. were Mrs. Lucind.i Johnson, age 86 every Sunday evening nt 3:30 o'clock. A C. N. C. friend writes the fol- years; Mrs. Sarah Fick, age 75; Mrs Tom Axton was a somewhat stolid, Miss Emma Stevens, of this place, lowing letter concerning Miss Maggie Elizebeth Cooper 72, only sister of attended the Presbyterty, which was quiet, industrious, unsuspicious man. Ho frequently thought his wifo a trifle to her sister nt home: Mrs. Allen; Mrs. Fannie Holbrook 6y, held at Haynesville last week. She frivolous; but, on tho whole, ho rather Di:ak Sistkk. You write to know Mrs. Dorcas Gabbard 71, Old Uncle reports a pleasant time. liked it. something about my friend, Miss John Taylor and wife were also presWhen ho camo homo that night, tho We had the pleasure of attending Williams. Well, she is the tallest ent, the loriuer 72 and the latter 64. the Ohio County Teachers Institute, door was opened to him by tho servant his wife, girl you ever saw, very straight and Mr. Seth Riley and wife were the on- which was held last week. There girl instead of bywas panic which was in her face unusual. Thero rather prepossessing in appearance. ly ones present under fo years of age, were a great many teachers in atten"Oh, sir!" sho said, "have you seen You would like her I am sure, ns evMrs. Riley being the only nie:e of dance, and we enjoyed the discussions tho missis?" "The missis?" said Tom. "No. Isn't ery one here does on account of her Mrs. Allen in this country. Aunt very much. Glad to see the men and uho here?" great geniality. She is always cheer- Caroline, as she is familiarly known, women of taking such a part "No, sir," said tho girl, looking as if ful nnd full of kind nnd quaint re- has outlived the most ol her generain the cause of education, for in these sho wero going to cry. "After you left marks to her friends; does not have tion, being the oldest of the three days of educational advancement, it this morning, sir, sho took on awful, and went nway. I thought perhaps beaux herself but does not make a living out of 19 children. She has becomes necessary for every boy and then shogono sir." crowd when she happens to join a outlived two husbands and nine chil- girl to connect themselves with the sho had stood to you, hallway Tom in tho without refriend nnd Iter escort nt Reunions. dren, having only one living child, educated men and women of the world moving his coat.thunderatruck. Through And would you believe it, she is a real S. K. Allen, with whom she lives, if allowed the privileges of most his unsuspicious mind flashed tho circumstances of tho case. Tho check for poet, too, for I have seen some of her and seven school-girl- s we hope to be one among 3 of whom $200, the "taking on" and tho deparvery good. I live 4n Clarksville, Ark., 3 in Daviess them in the near future, verses and they are ture. would not be surprised if she should county and one at home. Although Tom throw himself down, with his Daisv Dram;. be famous some day. overcoat still on, in tho armchair by tho Mrs. Allen has had a great deal of firo and tried to think over tho situaA strange coincidence is that she is sickness and trouble, site is lively and You don't know how much better tion, Tho absolnto tisolcssuess of startjust my age, our birthday being the cheerful, can go to see her neighbors you will feel if you take Hood's ing out in tho night and trying to find 8th of October, 1SG3. Her home is at and can walk a short disttnee with It will drive off that tired her wus tho first thing that impressed Livermorc, Ky., where she lias al- almost as much case as a woman of feeling nnd itself upon him. Ho shrank from giving make you strong. notico to tho police. Tho ticket seller at ways lived. She graduated in the 40 years. Old gmndmas met that tho railroad station know his wifo and Teachers' Course here in 1S90. This had not met for 20; years before, and meeting of the would perhaps remember if sho bought The year she will complete the Scientific it was a nice treat which they all enplace Tho Daviess county Baptist Association a ticlcot for anywas to find out first thing Course and next year the Classic. evidently to do if sho left X joyed. couvnecd with Betliabra church, Habtho suburb, and, if possible, where sho Now, dear Emma, you would have it, Daviess county, on Tuesday and had gono to. to know her personally to know more Mlllbellcrc. Onco moro ho called up tho servant has the continued the session over yesterday. Sunday's Courier-Journof her than I have written you, exgirl. cept they say that she is .a popular following to saabditt Hon. II. W. J. It was one of the most interesting "Did did Mrs. Axton lcavo the house teacher of two years experience at her Ham, who wilt lecture here' during meetings in the history of that body. alone?" bo asked with sotno hesitation. "I think so," said tho girl, "but I don't Fair week under the auspices of the Large crowds were in attendance. home in Kentucky. know. I heard tho front dcor closo, and Hartford Lecture Club: Affectionately yours lilt death, awhile after I found that she was gone, "The Hon. II. W. J. Ham, of GeorCounty Toucher AnkocIiMIoii. Mits. Nkttiij P. Hahgkavk. and when uho did not conio back to The following is the program of lunch I did not know what to do." gia, whose lectures, especially the IIOHTOV. one entitled "The Snollygostcr in the Ohio County White Teachers As"Oh, ii is nil right," said Tom, witlt n Aug. 16, School opened at this Politics," have attracted so much at- sociation which convenes In College confidenco ho himself was far from feelplace Monday with Miss Alice Plum-ntc- r tention, will devotc'soutc two months Hall, Hartford, on September 9, at ing. "J think I know whero sho has gono. A friend of iters is ill. Sho has as teacher, to the platform the coming season, 9i3. very likely been detained. I will go and Mrs. Henry Thomson and children beginning September Opening Address, Jo B Rogers. bring her home." 25. He will be returned home Tuesday front a weeks managed by the Southern Lyceum And so, putting on his hat, ho resolved Infinitives and. Participles. 0 M visit to Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Childs, Bureau." to go down and seo tho man at tho railShultz. road station. When ho closed tho front Rosine. Who wilt Write and what wilt be door behind him and went down tho Mrs. Win. Lyons, Fordsville, spent If Killed Him. our Eptaphs? J B Wilson. stops toward tho goto, ho saw in tho COMMKKCIAI.. last week with her daughter, Mrs. G. durkness tho figuro of u woman who NOON. Mr. Isaac. F. Jones, nged 82 years, H. Thomson. Miss seemed to hnvo been, loitering thero and Primary work Illustrated. who now hurried nway. Mrs. Bettie Baltcll, Taylor Mines, died yesterday nt his home, 318 PresKatie Coombs. As ho caino out into tho Ftreet, somedaughter, Mrs. A. W. ton street. is visiting her Comic Declamation. U C Barnett. thing of her ovident desiro not to bo Mr. Jones about two weeks ago was Black. Habits nnd Morals. Prof E R Ray. seen convinced him that tho retreating notified that he no longer could draw figure was that of his wifo. Ho followed Misses Minerva and Florence Recitation. Miss Mary Miller. quickly, nnd as soon ns sho noticed this returned home Sunday from a his pension of $12 per month, which Paper. C M Crowe. 9ho broko into a rim. week's visit to their sister, Mrs. Dee he had been getting for three ycais Miscellaneous Business. Now, Tom realized that it was a risky The reason assigned was that there Rowe, Dawson, Ky. thing to run after and ovcrtako a flying Adjournment. was no nppearcitt disability. This Mrs. Wm. Edmondson and daughThe Teachers of the county are woman, especially if sho turned out to bo tho person of whom ho was in search. ters, Misses Maud and Mabel, Sebree, was a great blow to Mr. Jones and lie earnestly urged to be present. But Tom was despemto, and ho took tho and his family were preparing to conKy., spent Saturday and Sunday with Resp'y, risk. test the ruling when death overtook I, W. Edmonson's family. Seeing that sho could not getaway, Jo. B. Rookus, Co. Sup't. sho stopped ntjt hnnppost, leaning returned him. His demise was due to old age Miss Addle Thomson ogaiust it, and ns ho camo up to her ho home Stinthy from a pleasant visit but it is thought that his emotion on heard tho shuddering cry: to friends nnd relatives at Olatou and the loss of his pension hastened his w3? n'.n! . .i I u i'i Ouciuot una "Oh, Tomi" " death. li iwieij t..Su Fordsville. "Lillian,'' ho aid hoarsely, grasping v.v ) ,('( i3"rn n. .. . . .t. h viJwspP' Mr. Jones was shot in the body u J. E. Hnmntons went to Cecilia "what fs t'"t meaniug of this? ) x "111.1 Rouuo, Saturday. twice during his service it) the late -hen-housI gar-incut- s; I I h 22-2to-da- y grand-childre- hustling young their nture dn Piibllc Square to Mr. W. H. Witll.lniH, Of Louisville. The people icgrtt to lose these young men from their usual place ol business and it is hoped they will find other employment among us. We welcome Henry Williams back as one of us mid wish him much success, lie takes charge at once. & CdlllttS, tiie grocers, llav'c sold PfillSONAL Victory. filV oil (joHd Shu loaned ugainst th:hiiubjOslthl . f in'id-lence, Wept. nffec-tlnun- to bnrncd." "Burnedl Who burned it?" "Oh, I did it by accident. I was drying tho ink beforo tho firo, and somehow it caught, nnd I had not presenco of mind enough to savo it." "But what has all that to do witlt your running away?" Sho looked up at him in Burpriso. "It has everything to do with It," sho Baid. "I could not fnco you after losing $200." "Come," ho uild briefly, nnd without resistance) bho accompanied him broken only by her sob, back t(J thu house. Tho girl let thuiu hi and at unco surmised by tho grief of her that tho friend who wits ill had died. Tom led his wifo into their sitting room, and thero she sank Into n chair, covering her faco with her hands. Sho saw by his stern demeanor that ho suspected her guilt. Ho closed tho door, then standing before her said sternly: "Lillian, I want an explanation." "Oh, Tom, Tom," sho said piteonsly. "Don't look lit mo liko that or I shall never bo ublo to tell you tho truth." "You must tell 1110 tho truth, no matter how I look." "That check, that check," sho moaned. "Well, what nbout it? What has tho check to dq with your going awnyV" "Tho check," sho murmured, "isgono." "Who has it? Did you cash it, and havo you lost tho monoy?" "I havo lost tho money," sho said, "but I did not cosh tho check. It was lnl-tre- a i "Good gracious, Lillian," ho cried, a light breaking iu upon hint. "You Euro-l- y don't imagino you havo lost anything by tho burning of tho check?" "Wns It not for $200:" sho asked in surprise. Tom's overstrained feelings gavo way. Ho sat down 011 tho chair and laughed. "Lillian," ho said nt last, "is that all?" "All!" sho cried, astonished nt his behavior. "Is that not enough when wo havo so littlo money?" "My dear girl," ho said, rising and kissing her, "tho check is but a piece of paper. It is not liko a bank note. Tho burning of u check is nothing. It only puts 1110 to tho troublo of writing another. Ignoranco may bo bliss, but it has given 1110 a very .bad half an hour." "Dear me," said tho littlo woman, looking ut him with wido eyes. "What in tho world did you suspect?' "Nothing," said Tom. Luko Sharp In Detroit Freo Press. A Wooden Leg and a Dos. A wooden leg and a dog nearly changed the courso of European history. In 18G3, just prior to tho war between Prussia nnd Dcumark, Bismarck was staying at Biarritz. Ono morning, accompanied by a Jmgq dog, ho was walking along a road which runs nlong a cliff, 'protected by a low wall, when ho met an old French naval captain with a wooden leg, but powerfully built, and of a quick temper. Tho dog becamo unduly attentive to tho captain's leg, nnd tho Frenchman struck at tho animal with the butt of his fishing rod. Bismarck used a round German oath, and tho sailor followed with nautical emphasis. From words tho two camo to blows, nnd in a fow minutes Bismarck found that, strong as ho was, tho Frenchman was lifting him bodily upon tho top of tho sea wall. Another moment and lie would havo been in tho sea below, and tho wholo conrso of history would hare been changed. At the critical moment camo help by tho irony of fate in tho shapo of an equerry of Napoleon, who rescued tho German from Ids terriblo opponent. It that equerry could only havo known for what ho had saved him! San Francisco Argonaut. ' I'mUe For New York. I arrived in New York this morning, about 10 o'clock. When I got to Broadway, I heard tho bang of tho gongs on the new cablo cars. By gum, I thought I was in a livo western town. It remind ed mo of old St. Louis and Kansas City. I'm glad to seo ing up with tho march of civilization. Cor. Now York Advortiser. Proor. that Now York is catch- 'Harper's Bazar. "Annabel," ho said in tones of mingled sorrow and soverity, "you forgot to writo to mo while I wns away. . "No, 110," she protested, ''I did not.' I can prove it. I havo tho letter on my table now. I I forgot to ninil it." Fortamite. Forrester My wifo isn't satisfied unless sho has my last ccnt.N Lancaster Well, you are fortunate. Mine isn't satisfied then. Truth. A lilt of.ETeryilny I'lillotoplijr. Old Lady What time docs tho next train go to Yonkers? Ticket Seller Twelvo o'clock. Old Lady Dear me! Isn't thero ouo beforo that? Ticket Seller (calmly) Madam, thero is nover one before tho next. Brooklyn Life. m Too Mack So. Dr. Pultze Kountor But, my dear sir, I never promised you tliat I would bring about a completo cure. I havo done my best. Tho practico of medicine is not ait exact science , Patient (looking at the bill Not exact, but exacting. Boston Transcript. A (lentle rroteat. Tourist (at Swiss hotel, giving up tho struggle with an uncommonly tough steak) Here, waiter, get tltent to fasten theso beefsteaks to tho- bottom of my boot soles. I am doing a stiff climb tomorrow. Humoristischo Blatter. - 1 A Tcrrlbls Threat, Hired Girl Now, you go away right this minute. Tramp Please, mum Hired Girl Go nway, I tell you. Clear out now, or I'll I'll givo yon a piece of mince pio that tho young missus uiado horself. New York Weekly. UUtorlcnl Item. To what circumstance is it principally duo that Colnmbus discovered America? Tommy I suppose to tho fact tliat the country wasn't discovered at that timo. Texas Sittings. Teacher f llettur Still. --- : De-Hnv- ,.--- 1 jpj'-'tSr- The Man Why don't yon got up and give tho lady a seat? The Boy Why don't yon get up and give them both seat? Lift, t v 'lh V. i..a 1 ZA xt.r" "& ,- '' y VA , -:,-.-iiii bari: tfmsiii sJH jafetj.w..ju.Hr5gjg-;gMB- nxr- ' -- . J Hartford Republican F1UDAY, AUGUoT 18, 189D A TEXAS NORTHER. We were- riding along this mlddlo fork of tho Concho, Lieutenant Word of tho Tenth cavalry, Caswell, chief clerk at tho poet sutler's, and myself. Wo had been out after antelope- without success and lato In thenftcrooon found ourselves Eorno SO miles from Fort Concho, men nnd mounts tired with n day's pounding over tho plnins. Privato Bilkins, whom tho lieutenant had taken along to spread otir noonday lunch nnd lead tho pack horse-- rodo nt tho rear, his big gray following with tho faithfulness of n troop horse, whilo tho pack nnlmal boro no heavier a burden than a pair of jack rabbits which Caswell had ignominiously potted. A blast of air, so cold that it seemed to almost freeze ono's blood, rushed over us just as tho sun was hidden on tho horizon by tho advancing cloud. A band of cattlo, 200 or moro in compact mass, plunged madly past, their heads near tho ground nnd their long horns Bhinlng In tho glow of tho fnlso twilight. Crash, through tho underbrush, splash, through tho stream, nnd then wildly on toward tho southward toro tho cattle. Over n swell of the plains camo other herds nil running like raco horsss. whoso fleot feet and farreachlng vision had been their own'protection and tho cause of our failure all tho day, skimmed tho ground, their whito tails bobbing with their nimblo lionnds. To the southward, always to tho southward fled tho creatures of tho plains ns if in flight lay safety from tho blast, ns If flesh nnd blood could ontspeed tho Ice wind. t. "Sho's coming!" exclaimed tho lieu IiKtlegant, perhaps, but savo in ita unwarranted designation of n meteorological gender entirely truthful. Turning our horsos sharply to tho right nnd s restraining nt tho beginning their of a desire to bolt, wo rodo into d tho thickest of tho timber nnd then nt a gallop which lacked llttlo of a lively run. Colder blew tho north wind. Blast driven drops of rain began to slap our cheeks with their stinging picket warnings that tho storm was nearly upon us, nnd wo wero nnxiously looking for somo embankment along tho stream which would partially shelter us under its loo when Bilkins wantonly broko tho rules and regulations of tho 6crvicoby treating his superior ofilcer in a most flippant nnd unmilitary manner. His big gray bounded by, tho packhorso keeping noblo tituo to giant leaps. "Como on," yelled Bilkins. Thero'a a house" Ho doubtless added something more, but his words, like tho cattle, went to tho southward. Wo overtook Bilkins in 00 yards and in 60 moro ended a wild raco to a miserable shanty which the sharp eyes of tho soldier had s"cn. Beforo wo could dismount half n dozen men camo out, and tho cheery voico of Captain Hall was heard: "Just in timo, lieutenant! Boys, help tho gentlemen with their horses." Five minutes later tho animals wero safe in n corral near tho shanty, from which they could not escape during the storm, and wo wero in tho house, whero Captain Hall and a detail of state- rangers had taken refuge. Afiro was soon roaring in tho old fireplace, for tho fierco wind without caused n magnificent draft. Men rolled Darkness nnd tho storm. in soddlo blaukets mid sleeping on tho dirt floor. Tho dreary drip of drops which camo through tho leaking roof. And tho roar added to tho blast, nnd tho ground trombles as a herd of bellowing ten-itiisyni-tomcast-war- "That girl Press is devoted to Brown and would rnlso money somo way to brlbo a Mexican to want him, but money would not hlro a Mexican, or any other man, to face this norther, so there is no danger that ho will bo on guard. Ho cannot escape unless ho was caught out on tho ran go in tho storm and is now at somo other ranch." Thero was only n faint glow In tho enst when wo mounted our horses next morning. Tho norther had sicnt its fury, ond tho piomisoof n pleasant day was bornoon tho soft winds of tho south. Only n faint tremor, a lingering chill in tho early air, as if tho trees and grass wero slinking off tho coldness of the night. A sharp rido to tho westward, and just as tho scarlet banners of tho sun wosseen in tho horizon wo drew rein in tho wood somo hundred yards from tho house- whoro Jack Brown was snppo?ed to bo hiding. The rnnchliouso was a wretched thing constructed of uptight poles, tho cracks being filled witli mud. At tho rear a shed with n sloping roof. Tho houso had liecn built within a fow feet of tho stream whoro tho bank was somo 13 feet high. A door in tho front room opened to tho southward; ono in tho shed to the north. Liko Indian1? surrounding tho cabin of tho settler, tho rangers stationed themselves In tho form of a around tho house, tho "points," or "heels" of tho shoo resting on tho bank of tho stream when tho rear door could be commanded by a cross fire. I confess I felt, ns I watched these, preparation, very much ns I imagino a robber must feel whilo he reeonnoiters a dwelling when intent upon some unlawful undertaking. Everything was ready. Captain Hall, Lieutenant Ward, Caswell and four rangers lodo to tho front of tho houso and stopped somo hundred feet from tho door. Then, for tho first time, wo saw a horso tied to n post near tho doorway. Steam was rising from its sides; low drooping head and hollow flank3 showed that tho bruto had been ridden long nnd hon-esho- "ItmilV mer (;lrl:- - To:' tin- - .summer lilrl. ciiiCAC.o m:coni). Here arc some don't for the The .sum- Don't wear white shoes. pub- lic is not accustomed to them yet, nnd it's very embarrassing to have everybody take a mental measurement of your fcot. Don't say "I've seen 10,000,000 sailor hats nnd 20,000,000 blue Kton suits." That statement died of old age last month. Don't, when you visit the Fair, take a truukful of winter wraps with you. It is better to frcec to death in the evening, or even lo catch a line assortment of colds than to lose your best young man by making n picnic carry-al- l of him, Don't be tiuchniitablc. If a girl's waist is soiled across the back that is no reason why you should jump at conclusions. The backs of the cable-ca- r seats are often dusty. Don't think that n girl holds to her hat for the sole purpose ol displaying the pretty curves of her arm and shoulder. Sometimes she really loses her hat-piDon't propose wheeling another girl in one of the World's Fair rolling-chairs. You can not imagine how ' lampmany pedestrians, camp-chairposts and Hygea-wate- r stands you can ' r. run down until you try it with a roll-chai- JUOili&ii iiJF&a aiJ Arc you and It will mm ffaa ubsh 11 wfl&HH a jL-- a 'K-n-T aa r.' j.i . - 'v4l nx .n ; ftM j . 4 .. ! mmmm all run down? Scott's Emuls- at Lime and Soda will build you up and put flesh on you and give you a good r. petite. Ctotl'i Kmul.lun cuicj Coughs, Ocli, Oiiistopt , c:;iV.a :.s..j all Aeacn.le and V: ctirc DUcasco. Prevents waslinjr In ehtttrca. AN moot n pnlr.rubt.- 1.1. nf.lh. Uutouly the genuine. Pr..kM1. by HvOtt A Uowno, Chemists, Now Torlc. Bo'.i !; oil Druggists. ::-.- ion of Pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil illusion NceOIng 11 cott's MKr AlUlcnk-rikeuiiit. T WkNi M 4- fjj mJDaL b rVr - a tjosa ilx s Ii H Ef? s cur, iiitar Ifi?u wont D?sfsr . vaL SAY! uM son;to tUAiK rrjjh7,AlbfuouicllsrjJ?p rotflMit j niy Oiftin A IWi Vdjhin 1 . r a t)0flP- - &IjmmQL ST. LOU So vsiwi.ir juui;i ai;u vj .More .Imioy.-HAUl'li- u'S WIvhKI.W t3.ilc. or rlilMrrn thnt wnnt building HO. HMOUHl One of the sages of the People's Party in Kansas some lime ago delivered himsclf-a- t a public meeting as follows: "If all t'.ie money that is in the banks were 111 the pockets ol the people, the country would be better off." This good nnn was evidently Uon.nvul lUlloiiiiuti. It Ii 'k'nint lo Irku, rinvs itrjcnvvs mux itrrrnns,Imllcct- lAlnrln. ,1 l.L'ISVIM.i:,.NT. MIHIS If.X. It. It osesggFZ'Zsitelh spt UMh Si, lull l m) liUi. .NOV. 1, 1811. cattlo thunders past. "What a night and what a storm!" said Captain Hall. "I pity uny cowboy who la caught out tonight. No man could livo through such a norther unless ho was muflled liko an Eskimo." Wo didn't know it then, but later wo learned that all nlono n woman was riding through tho night, whilo wo huddled in tho shanty. Tho bitter wind, rain which frozo whoro it fell, oven death in tho darkness, wero defied by a lo vo which boro n woman to warn ns worthless a scoundrel ns lived in Texas. A long tlmo Captain Hall gazed at tho firo, his big eyes looking bigger in tho blnze. Very innocent eyes wero his, mild and liquid liko n maiden's. This leader of tho rangers, captain of a daring band of reckless riders whose mission was the rapturo of desperate outlaws, had tho Aco of n poet nnd tho eyes of a schoolgirl. At length ho said, unconsciously using tho load vernacular: "You nil better sco this thing out. v o nro after a man who is wanted for somo ccoro of crimes, big mid little. Life nt Fort Concho must bo rather dreary. Get up, guard, mount, drill, tho bunset gun, taps, go to bed. Ibn't that about tho routine? Como with us in tho morning nnd seo us catch Jack Brown. Ho's at a ranch somo four miles from Jolmsou station and ubout eight miles from here. We'll surround tho ranchhouso ns soon ns it's light, nnd if there's any shooting you enn wntch it from tho timber. Then we'll all go back to tho fort together. We'll liavo breakfast nt tho ranch, and that will bo worth staying over for. Seo us capture Brown and get your breakfast." "You forgot I am n soldier," replied Lieutenant Wnrd, homowlmt nettled, "nnd would hardly hide behind n tree whilo n dozen men captured u singlo outlaw-." nnd fell heavily on his face. Crash! A dozen Winchesters sent a dozen bullets into tho houso. Somo struck tho poles, but a few found their way through tho mud mended cracks. No order to seek shelter of n treo was needed now. In two minutes Lieutenant Wnrd nnd Cas- well had ndded their rifles to tho fire, nnd after it was, all over I found that tho magazlno of my own Winchester was empty. Tho passion of n man hunt conquers, ns it always will until in tho evolution of d timo tho intoxication of battle is from human nature. I don't know how long wo fired or how long the answering shots camo from tho shanty, but suddenly tho door was flung' inward, and a man stepped boldly out. An instant tho rifles cooled. I Jack Brown's gaudy sombrero, its wido rim nnd massive crown glistening with silver ornaments. Black hair hanging to tho shoulders, tho leather "chaps" of a cowboy, nnd then straight outward shot two arms, gleaming black eyes sighted two heavy colts, nnd at their reiwrt n ranger dropped his riflo becauso n bullet had shattered an arm. Then a volley. Tho broad hat slipped downward over tho black eyes, straight up in tfio air two pistols sent their harmless lead end to tho ground in a heap sank tho body. Tho rangers on guard at tho rear ran toward tho front when their cars told them tho outlaw had braved his fate. vo gatnercu around tho lallcn man, all honoring in our hearts tho hopeless daring of his death, and Captain Hall lifted tho sombrero from his face. "Tho devil!" ho yelled. "Run to the rear, boys!" Too late! Idle to beat the bush. Useless a hasty hunt through tho timber. Long afterward wo knew that from tho limb of an oak, mound which a wild grapevine had woven its dense foliago, Jack Brown saw a sight which would havo redeemed n being worth, in tho broad economy of eternal time, tho trou-bi- o of redemption. Lovo had faced that awful storm. Lovo had done its best to bring a warning. Lovo laid down Its lifo that a miserable and worso than worthless man might spring out cf n door, plungo over nu embankment nnd liido in a treo. As tenderly ns if her lifo had been all purity tiinl her boul nil untouched by sin wo boro her body to the fort, and tho next day, decently dressed In tho garments of her sex, tho body of Press was consigned to an unmmked grnvo on a barren hill not many yards from tho spot where mown used to bent her. And no larger funeral had been seen on tho frontier. C. W. Hunter in Short Stories. out-bre- Don't be angry and say things nt the waiters when you have to wait an hour or two for your luncheon in the down-towrestaurants. Remember there are strangers within the city's hard. "Ono of tho men has just got home," gates, and that the loreign guests arc whispered Captain Hall as ho dismount- dividing their administration almost ed. Accompanied by threo of tho rangers, whilo tho fouith held tho horses, he equally between the World's Fair anil d mid the sailor-hattewalked to tho door. "Hello!" was tho responso to his knock. altogether charming American girl. A short parley, a demand for admittance, tlon t let them cateli you in a. n profano reply nnd then tho sharp re-- 1 bo temper. art of n ritle. One of thoraugcTb turned his back toward thojiouso, took ono step n shirt-w.iistc- SEASONABLE. (omu round, tunc Uvln to pl.iy, Am! pvirjulioiu tliej'rc fimnd At MurV from ilny todiy. Tin1)' tome but to Increase Tho irtm of human 111. Tl.i-rob 119 ul nil I ence When lirhwlni; In th.lr bills. -- Mount Vtr.-ioNewn MfMiultnc no 1 ln-- I ' , Put to tlii'Tmt. Ruin h'td overtaken him. Crushed and humiliated ho stood before tho woman ho loved and awaited his fatf. "Speak," he groaned; "1 nm prepared for tho worst." Moving swiftly across the room, she laid her hand tendeily ujion his shoul dcr. His being thrilled with renewed utll b- t liit. tiiitiwit' 1iil LUfiti m nwl tjr uiuii it mi r. iiiv,iOiiii ne ti'( eourNge. j or wheat, cr cotton, m gcod railroad "Thm you havo trust in me?" he eabonds, you can borrow mtiuy. 'ihc gerly exclaimed. smiled. recognition of th s Jr.ci moved ntiullt- "Can you doubt me?" sho asked in er Western .stump speaker, who had sweet reproach. "When you camo to turned the niatttr over his mind wise- 1110 and told 1110 you had caught 47 brook trout, each of a weight of 0110 jMinud and iy to remark; ' What we people ntul upward, I believed you. Why, then, is not more currency, but more should you question mo now?" a great truth Supported by her lovo ho laughed the world to scorn. Detroit Tribune, Lane's medicines move the bowels very day. In order to be healthy Wlmt it suret ."lumni! this is necessary. When Fred Funston went ou tho Death valley expedition two or three SIO!) lor n 1:011 If. years ago, two of his university girl Mis. S. II. Wiuslip, 112 Washingfriends wero talking about him. "Where and what is Death valley?" queried ono. ton St., Providence, R I , afterusing "Why, it is away out west in tho moun- one bottle ol Drtiiiunond's Lightning tains, nnd is a horrid hot placo whero Remedy for Rheumatism, wrote to the pnople just wither up into mummies," o., Druuimond Medicine was tho reply. "How perfectly nwful!" responded her friend. And then, with Maiden Lane, New York, saying she n tone of enthusiim in Jior voles, she would not take One Hundred Dollars added, "But what a dear, sweet llttlo for the benefit derived. If vott have mummy Tied would make!" lola Regany form of Rheumatism, and wish to ister. get rid of it, write to the manufacAn Abrupt hiiillug. Guide In this cattle, gentlemen, lived turers for particulars. Agents wanted. tho Knight D.igobert and his beautiIgnorance of the merits of De Witt's Tho knight's prowess was ful wife. Little Knrly Risers is a misfortune. well the liver, Tourists Oh, do spare us a long These little pills regulate bad breath, winded story. Tell us tho conclusion, cure headache, dyspepsia, constipation and btlliousuess. and that will be enough. L. B. Ukan. Guide All right. Hero Is tho a-y-i, aS-.s- o .So.SI, .No.M, unaware cf the fict tint the money X to!1 X V.'nSTliOU.NK. l.ill). Ditllv. which is in the banks does not be7:13 11. m. 6.S1 p. in. I.r. I.omImIIIp long to the banks, but to people who 8:11 .1. in. 7:SO p. 111. Vt Point ' llriiii'lfiiburg. 9.17 n. in. S.l'7 . 111. deposited it there, and draw it out trtlnkinn !:l n. 111. h a? p. in. again when they please; that, menn- 10,'J.1 Sti'1'ln'i'Miirt 10. H.21 p. in. this money is lent out by the while, 10.11 11.111. Cluwri'Oil...., 111. 11:11 u. in. lft.lo p. m. lbiut'stllli' batiks to people who can give sullici-cn- t I.l'Mi'Ott II. "n. in, ii.:ii p. in. sccuritv; and that, when so lent I.' I0p. in. 11:11 p. 111. 0i"iliro . out, it circulates among the people in , l.oi p. In. Sl'OtlMllIf 111. . I:.'ip n. 12 SO 11. in. the channels of business, and is, No. ', Nn.M, therefore, virtually in the pockets ot SUQiSii&i i:sriiof.n. .s. lmijJazGtasLBicaiBiB. the people. The sage had probably ' l.t. Ilnir-i- n 71An.ni. a. Up. in applied to a bank for a loan without Sw.tfllle 77 n. 111. ,f:i7 p. ni. Oiipocitu City Scales. . 1)1(1 VI.lt, Malinger. k.17 b. in. p. n. 0fi,i,r ,. offering sufficient security, and the Wi, do wink ns cheap us anybody, (junlity contidcicd. Itcpairing mill u tm a. m. AM p. in I.olnt loan being lclused, lie conchr'ed that 9.3.1a, in. 6,.uip,ni IlutT!lli cpaiiuit,g d iiiepiompily. (live us a call. HL'tiOlKS K110.M $:i.ri Ul. ClnTrri-- rt 5.67 1.. in. . m. the money in the banks wis unite-- , Strhnpor; in. Wp m. ' rut L..LT iously withheld from the people. IniiiKlon II.iCh. in, 7,it'i p. 111. Wliatheteallv meant to sav was, that j p. IliSKin. V,t Point 11.'. p ni. nnli, ni. if the money which was nt other peo- Vr. Loiiirtili,. L.', tut. . I.'iip, 111, yik", p. ni ple's pockets were i:i !i;s he would be H'l IllU .. .14 intl,- rur.iu-ctlNo. M nml Letter oft'. O: which theie is no doubt. 1) lii:m'ti'll(Suinll ll.tll.-will 'illo, ll.irl.i.rMiri' t'VfpIr 1. ttlll,It. II nil I,,. lint this sage and his dis-ip'- ei .1 IV. in ii -' have to cons idtr that tltcie ate but laiiiiul. Kor rivl u. II. , .Mdlilil I.. 1. ,.'r !.two hoi lsI w..ys of g '.'.i:ig itijney to K I. sell sonnthimr for it. or to b.tnow it. t So long , lt.'ve things to ell Ainuorn '. .".' til? it other people want, Mich as com, 7J KJ ii W. or dry goods, cr .ui labor, you can W R 3 til ways get money in cxchai-glor vrRitHft.r."uViKESJJH th cm II 011 iK've things of v.i.ue to R3 inmlW,7m :T.T4 f &?,h"?J;7";i,C''nrv,',"'f"''''! money &yi7f. Pi edge, which the lender '.'.':. T:l.".V. .". . . . .... .. con suk rsMim.-- .i tit jcciintv tliat lie V 11. SOIIKMII.K IN 1MTKCT aw '; i j.y - jjj to-0- t:n. - -- 111 I T-t- ln . T -- "i-t- V . laaJwtHwBnui 'll:lf 1 - Akli?;; '.. H'-fS'x- rrr ' i.uiiirUcVjWA'X'.Ti- - i ' v jv. !' n.it p 511 (i . 5 .1, : 1 k t yl I centj:al city, ky. paxcw. Has jtijt lioeii repaired furni.-lie- d. paosrro :mii! iil.,1, (.live Located rinse tnl)pt Good meaU it n liia!. Your Favorite Ilome Newspaper AND Tha Leadinfl on!) Rciub!ican Family Paper of the United States, guPffiff ni.TWl.UN Fur only $1.2o, Cash in .'hlvttnce. LOUSVILLE PULLMAN anri WITH MEKPHIS, J THE REPUBLICAN Oivcs nil the iichh of Town, County anil .State, nml as much National news as any other paper of its class. Your homo would ho incomplete vilh out it. SUFFET Sleeping Cars' FISOM AND TO And now, gentlemen, ns I havo told you insch a thrillm? tnle, I hope you will givu mo 11 trill with which to drink your health. Coughing leads to Consumption. Kenip'sBalsnin stops the cough at once convince you so quickly as one trial of De Witt's Witch Hael Salve for scalds, bums, bruises, skin affection L. B. HiCAN. and piles. i.oi'isivij..K,ui:iiiiijN,vii'icsnt'ii ii.v ion i:itjs:.iui(! m;v iui.i.am, ln .'Jrinplils. iWew York Weekly Tribune, Is 11 ' Tit-L.- rangers may nrrost. I don't suppoo thcio will bo any resistance, but I never could forgivo myself if any of you enmo to harm. I lcckonlwas thinking as much of your breakfast as of our own mission. It's a long rido to tho fort on an empty stomach." I remembered this Jack Brown us a long haired, ignorant product of tho inobquito; a drunken loufer, a cheap gambler and a Kwnggering bully, but really dangerous: a man who was ready to shoot on smnll provocation and proud of hi reputation as a second clafcs desperado. Whilo Captain Hall was talking I had a vision of a swarthy, black haired man drgs,ed liko a cowboy, wk was slapping tho faco of a Mexican girl. Tho girl was crouching against tho ndobo wall of Morris' danco hall at San Angelo and offering no resistance to IrU blows,' but 0'ily cried, "Oh, Jack! Jack!" A dozen man stood near, but nono offered to interfere, I remembered that I actually btarted for tho pair, intending in somo vnguo way to protest, but ero I reached them tho man entered tho danco hall. Fivo minutes afterward tho girl was paying for his liquor at tho bar, and I was congratulating mjvulf that I had escaped from perpetrating ono of tho most foolish ucts of my life. Tho girl was known as "Press," a half casto Mexican creature, who gavo Brown tho lurger sharo of her earnings, boro his blows with meekness nnd would havo driven a stiletto into tho man who conquered him in an encounter. But Hall was saying: "Wo learned nt San Angelo yesterday that Brown was at tho cattlo ranch. Sergeant Watson got quite thick with tho girl Press, but sho knew nothing oliout Brown or protended ignorance. Wo intended to reach tho ranch at sun- - "Pshaw," said Captain Hall. "It isn't in tho lino of your duty to expose yourself to tho bullets of any cattlo thief tho Drhrn Ami) A Clilcujjn llomunoc. "Behold 1110 now!" As ho stood beforo her, with bowed head and in dUhovcled clothing, tho lady of tho homo know nt onco that tho tired stranger had met with some keen and bitter disappointment. "Yes, madam," ho continued, "behold mo now. Onco tho most popular and respected conductor on my road, today I am homeless, nn outcast from my own threshold. In years of constant toil I accumulated a modest property, and locating in 0110 of tho most respectable parts of Chicago I built mo a little homo, whoro I hoped, with tho flock I had gathered around me, to end my days in peace. And now I nm turned nway from my own doors, a hopeless wanderer. Theio is no longer any room for mo under my own roof. Madam, they came, and I was obliged to go." "Who came?'' queried tho kind lady, brushing away a tear thnt was coursing down his travel stained cheek. Tho tired traveler replied as his emaciated frame shook with emotion, "Alas, umdnm, my relatives irom tho eust!" Harper's Biunr, 'Unit Acrui.uU 1'or It. "How old is thij wine, landlord?" "That bottle has been lying eight years in our cellar." Then "Indeed! on tho top?" If ITS. All fits slopped fiee by Dr. No Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. Gwendolen, "Mamma," exclaimed "who's that ho.i.'ritrr. ra,i, rags.' out fits after first day's use. Marvelous there?'' Boston Triiiin-ripfcures. Treatise and $2.00 trial bottle Irce to Fit cases. Semi to Dr. Kline, A sVrlon Ulnlt'rt:i!ll.. Chappie I was vewy gweally by Doctah Phnslble's sermon 931 Arch St., I'hiia., Pa. For sale ou Sunday, when ho spoke of tho necesdruggists; call on yours. 36 iy sity of having n sewiotu objtct in lifo. And I'm going to do it too. One word describes it "pet lection." Going to turn missionary, Cholllu We refer to De Witt's Witch Hazel deah boy? Clmpplo Hardly, hut I've- mado up Salve, which cures obstinate sores, my mind to tool a dwag. Truth. burns, yktn diseases and is a well No Condilrnce. known cure for piles. I,. 13. IIkan. "Yonah teeth twubbling you again, Weggie, deah boy? Why don't you go COUKSK HY MAIL WITH to yonah wegular dentist then?" . by-a- Wlmt tt Vh. Gwendolen, another lio.tuii iiinMon of 7 who has never lwn ou a f inn in her life, has gone at l.i t this summer to visit somo country iil.''ves. Tho other day while t ho rnd the family wero ut diuutra poll mil approached tho open door and h:u id loudly and ' ''vcs IC L'vt'111" "f foroi-iThe Quick anil Desirable Route nm' l'10 ffurau'ii'parimoiusioi me I'uniily iirclc, All the talk in the world will not to AM) ro: Xatioiml Family Paper, nntl t'ivc nil the "cueral news of the U. S. lunik m a nutsiioii. it hm ami our Youn its Home ami Society coining command thu admiration of wives and daughter. N'ew York I'liiliu'oliihiii Halthnnre VnhliiKtnn Norfull, (IM t'otttt ( 'iitiort Its ccncral political new, editorials and dUcus?ioin aro comprehensive. IticliniiiuU llullulo CIpvuI-iiuhiilliant and exhaustive. Its Agricultural department Inn nn' superior in Toll' Jo C'hlrnii 'nilliitiMpolis j the country. C'iliclliliiiti l.tmUvlilc Its .Market Reports 1110 authority in nil parts of the Enotorn and - Northoastorn Polnta Ian I. A .Special Contract enables us to ofler this fplcmlid .Journal and Thd nnd ilcniplil- Vitjburjj Idton Kntigo Nov,- - Orlcmib Motile lattlu Itocl. Hot Itcpiililicun for one "ear reco-'ni.c- Spring 800 and iilnt In ArKiniMis V,t Tontiej- - 'I'ox.'is Louismnn had tl.u South SOUTH WJiST. and For Only $1.2S N. Y. Triliunc, reirulnr price tier vetir " Hartford Itepulilicaii " Siibs-rriplio- 3PO-- i 370,x. Sl.no .82.25. Tliulire u thoroughly eqnippm! tlrit-elni- mul In ewel-len- t cumlitlnn.atiil priivido.-'jiinrrangnmentin time nnd tlirou?!. ".ri A FtATUHK i. the tlui" nnd coiivcnlctu'e eecured by the Limited KxpreM Trains. Only a kioiit'h iiihk hctwi-orI.ouisvillu and Jlcinjiliis, nnd tliu !en nnd iiieki;t crvlco bctwpoti tlm twj eitl i'iivir oilerod. Tn.,ki't,Timi'.'rnljcK Mul ill rt. ilrfcliiiforniii tlmi aecurc'l ly ppltlnv In J, II.'I D11111, r AKi'iil at f t We furnish both Tapers one year for. $1.25, may beiu ut any timo. Address all orders to I!oht I MAitTFOLlD UKl'UBIACAN, Hartford, Kentucky. t ftKaKnsrjra3V.Jirtrs3irrrrcvti 5& wi "Becauso, deah chappie, I learned today that ho doesn't even fill his own teeth, and a fellah who hasn't that much coufldeneo in himself I'm afwald to twust, don't you see?" Brooklyn Lifo. ".llukliitf lluy While thu Son Shlnea." Hltt Tho Loavcnwoi'th f1 .. 'c2fJ9 iw -' -m fiirt Jriiic?;a'!ft tyrT Jl t.t' .MiJLlftL. i .;"w.-.ii&'lM- JMffiTOS ft f t 9 fj 9 'r l. 'xzssszsxarjnazsftiaxsusatsa. ..aia. To advertise our College vc will 1&lsS,;r i give a thorough courhc of instruction in Double and Single I'ntry Hook- MCTT'.'Xyar-TTi -:V I ) 1 . . . Isn't It rather surprising that the bottle is only threo parts full, and there'll actually a fly hwimining "Yon sco, sir, tho beast has been drinking tho rest all this while." Zeitgeist. A llcm factor of Ilin- llnrbor. Tho mother of A. Hardy, tho novelist, was ono of tho first cottngnrsnt Bar Harbor. To her belongs tho honor of introducing tho aborigines thero to tho mysteries of "raised" bread. Beforo her advent they had depended throughout all their previous lives on soda biscuit mado fresh threo times n day. - JJS fi Bi y-- s aM- - .ViO'.rfi'r"- - keeping and Commercial Aiithinttic by mail I'RF.U OF CIIAUOU to a EsS. ".' -L- ife. iicccitrui. Dodd You enn't always judRO a man by his looks. For instance, take Wilis-kerlTodd Ho's shabby enough. Dodd I know It. Dut I Miccecded In borrowiiiK $5 from him yesterday. Clothier und FimiUhcr. At the Sil(tc. Mr. Shabby Genteel I desire to put up at this hotel. Clerk Have you any baggage? Mr. Shabby Genteel No, sir. Clerk In that caso the first thing you put up will bo $10 in advance. Toxm HIucli Hotter, This number of persons. completed in forty lessons. No charge for Diplomas. Address, PROF. F. J. VANDFRHIvKG, I'rcs't, limited CDiirse will be 302, 304 and 306 Del.iwaieSt., Leavenworth, Kansas. DllU.VIC.MMt'sis, oi- - Hie I.KIVSK IIAII1T C'urcilnl Ilnuicla Tcultiiyx by luliniiilMlcrltifr llr, Unities' l'littlnc It (irntly. "No, marquis, I would bo unablo to jnnlto you happy." "Vy weel you always perscest to underestimate yourself?" "Well, you see, I've been brought np to forget tlmt I'm u millionaire's only daughter." Lifo. If you can afford to be annoyed by sick headache and constipation don't use Dc Witt's Little Karly Risers for hey will cine litem. L. B. IIiia.v. '(lolilfii It ranlia rlen in nxliissuf bier, ncupofcolTcB orlrn, or Inloud, without tho knowlcilip of tlui patli-nt- . It i rilnolutuly h innloJ, 1111J will ulliurt vliclhcr the n pormntient iiivl ipecJ)-euro- , laa innik'icraUnJrluki'i'iirmiiilcnlir'luivri'Clc. It lwn lx'fii Hlien Inn IIiuiij.iH'I ciif, nnil In every cann iipcrlcot cure ha followcil' It never ulla. 'lint n)iileni own Improjrntfptl with Ihe an ult'T Inip3iihlllly for the liecifli', It MarntocI, 13 to u.xlit. CtucH liquor pH-IIpKi liook of particular Irce, AiMrrim the fiucin-nlll,OhlCO. W IMDK Nlreet ' Sifting. "How do you liko your now lady help, MrB. Todgers?" and deal directly with and aro manufacturors of Buggies, Carts the consumer, thus saving him the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices are reasRespectfully, onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. Wo SE"iaL TOTS.!. 3Caa&.Carriages, Surrios - "I Bhould liko hor n good deal moro, Mrs. Dodgers, if she was a Uttlo less tho lady and a little moro of a help." Tit-Bit- s. F. A. AMES Owen boro, Ky. & CO. I ; r .iiy fc'J LJ1j