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IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, fir Annum, Id A.t.Ui. . yok vi. Your next weeks washing TakLe HAltTFOKD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1893. NO. 8. SO LITTLE. Bho If ail .a Dear Store, tint Hold i:vcr.vtlilnjr. t; Piglit is. on -A - t JEeJjx s. PROFESSIONAL It WonMn't CARD. rHp Will trWfT' if smell sweetcrand CLAIRETTE SOAP Is" n They howl for Silver or Gold at Washington. be done with less la. bop 6 look whiter, will be cleaner and will We are Doing the Same Here I Wo are in!ui:gciit need of both, with a lot of Currency thrown in. corned beef today," HARTFORD, KY. "If you tiro in doubt," replied the' butcher, "as to which is tho better, why don't you get tho roast beef?" Jim. N. (Jlenn, J.N.R. Mriltllna;. "Because," replied tho cottager's GLENN & WEDDING, daughter. "1 can savo money on tho corned beef, which is only 10 cents n "Well," said tho seaiido butcher, "what can I do for you this morning?" "I don't know," replied tho cottager's daughter, "whether I want roast beef or J. Edwin Eo-w-o ..ATTORNS? AT LAW:. will last longer. Clairette Soap used. The clothes will pure, it cleans but does not injure It does ijot roue-heor chap . the-han- ds. ... MjJJJops uLeit. Do YgJfcf." 8(C0., MJTS. i" N.K, FAIR BANK ST. LOUIS. Orders from headquarters compel us to inaugurate a slaughter sale of Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Gents Furnishing Goods, etc., in order to raise the cash. We will comply with, their orders. We have not the time to quote prices. Call and inspect both prices and quality. It will benefit you.- - Utnnhe hat had a great dai. From early morn she chased tho Duck ami at dark brought lilm to bay in tho pres-onof tho nun-tcr- s. Hut In tha chuse sho ran a (lulto through her paw. It has thorn been extracted. A bottlo of Dr. Fcimcr's . Golden Relief lias been poured Into bowl, and her paw dipped In It, bo that 'every part of tho wound Is saturated and bnmghtmidcr lis iiillucnce. There will never 1ms any soreness no swelling no mattoratlng no "laying up." Bho can run ugnln Is such a remedy worth anything? It cures just as readily any frith teoumt, any cut, bnilsc, burn, scald or old sore. Internally it cures any colic, dyspepsia, pom In stomach, diarrmca, dysentery or flux. "Also it euros promptly uny horvthront, bronchitis or consumption (if lunirnnot already tUsorganircd.) In a word it cures anv inflammation anytchere and tho disease, whatever its name, vanishes. No iiillamniatlnn no pain, no swelling1, no disease. Could anything be more simple or satisfactory? Miners, mill hands and everybody need iL If satisfaction not given, money refunded. Contains no nnrcotics or mineral poisons. Sufo und certain. Never disappoints. Take a bottlo homo A wy -- PINNER AND )0VD. NAPOLEON PINNER TELLS DILL NYE ABOUT HIS GRANDFATHERS. HOW CAN THEY BEAT US? The Latest Novelty in Clothing TWO PAIR OF ce They LUa Together Like Utile Children, anil Koinetlmea It la Hard to Mauag Them A Srene at tha Circus Mortimer flete Ilia Back I'p. iOopyrlght, 1803, tlon." The butcher did not quito know what to say, but finally plucked .up courage and warbled, "Why don't you try a rib roast?" you?" Tho butcher looked puzzled and replied: "I novcr carry a tapo measure. " . "Well," said tho cottager's daughter in nn explanatory tone, "I wanted you to measure the diameter of tho pot in ' order to get an idea of the proper di- menslons of tho pieco of meat. You IllRTFOItn, KY. know if the meat should bB too large for Will practice liis jirolession iu Ohio tho pot it would be very awkward to drivo it into tho same with a hatchet, nnd adjoining counties, nod court of nnd if I'should succeed in driving it in Appeals. Special nttentiou given to there would bo no room for tho cabbage collections. Offico east side of public nnd water, and it might explodo on tho square. tiro nnd scatter tho pot in every dlreo- - of corned beef do you want?" inquired tho man of chops and soup liones, who. showed by his manner that ho was qulto as willing to sell corneil beef ns prime, rib roast. "Havo you your tatie measure with ploco pound." "How big n LAWYERS, JIAUTt'OKI), KY. , (!)-'- ntcrAn.li'ftion'HlHznnr.) Will practice their profession in all the courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given to criminal practice and collections. Smitli, (TTB81Y JT James f I I I E.D.GUFKY. ' a--u.ff3- r 11. D. BINGO , attorneys 3s Kiaag-o- gjgt gaw, PANTS WITH -A-- EVERY rrL-rred-I SUIT by Eilipir W. Nyc.J "Thero is n good deal of difference between peoplo in tho matter of getting along with old folks," said ny neighbor Najiolcon Pinner tho other day to mo, as wo wcro waiting for tho board of equalization to cut down tho valnation on our properry. "Soino peoplo can go through the wars and never weaken, but thoy aro no good tit managing old ieoplo. I think that if wo keep iu mind that wo will ueod some-- 1Tli.e37" 3HCv"e T"o.st DON'T FAIL TO SEE THEM! Entire stock of Boys and Children's Clothing, Ginghams, Calicoes, Cottons, Boots, Shoes, etc., also, included in this sacrifice sale. Everything must go. We need the cash. REMEMBER, NO y. REASONABLE OFFER . REFUSED. ONE DOLLAR EVERY HOUR part ol who It n tiling lu urL IikIiih. Irtoinlr at tlm emplnvment whlili e furnlli, 1 he labor li light ami lriinut, nixl tuu run no rlik wlialerrr. Wr lit ton nut cmiiiiUie.io iliat )ou can tint tl.r bii.liiets n Irial Milium! expiie tiiiour.rll t ur iiiiic i tiling to ilu n Utile ork. till, I, tli grandest ntfrr made, ou cm Murk all ilar, ur In llieetriilnj; cinji. If ton are fin. piujru, nnu uatf n lew smiv hour, at uur dlt. ju.at, utlllie thriu, ami inM to jour our uii.iyri.niii mil niirriirt' in nil. Ion mil beainaii-i- l on the atnrt nl the rapidity ami caie hr which )im Hiiunnlcill.ir iiun iluil ir.day Inaud day out. Kren beginners ur siiiii-mIii- I from the tint hour. Any one cm run the business none tail. You .liouM try not 1:1 mj; iltc until ou ire for voureell what you inn ilu at tin- - bualtiess whlcli weolTrr. No capital Women are frand workeri; nowadays they make a much nl men. Tticy houM Irv llilt l.uliii', as It l to will adaptrtltn them. Write nt once ami hc for yourself. Address II. II.W.I.KTT CO., Ilu HMO, t'crllituil. Me. Is easily earned by nnv mif o( A saving of 50 per cent, guaranteed on all purchases. Don't miss this sale, 'tis a chance of a lifetime. W ith many thanks for njr ttlhir trx in past patronage and kindly soliciting a continuance of same, we Yours Respectfully, remain, WITH MR. IINNER. M. M. KAHN Muil orders promptly attended to. Would kiudly reuuest parties ennd-in- g same or inquiries to enclose stamps as goods are sold at less than cost. !Carestt,indTradeMirksobti!nerf,indhU Tit cm uuMiicu vuuuuiicu lut MODERATE PECS Ouii urriLi ia Oppoiitc U. s. Patent orner and w can aecure patent iIn Icm Urn UiaaUioM icmrlefrom U'a&Mncton. ienJ model, diawuc or photo., with descrip tion. We i.irhe. If patentable or not, free of a PAM.nitT. "How to Obtain Patente," wllk cost of tame (n the U. S. sod fonlffncountilea acni irec. aoutcsi, ( Ops. WlAIKw. UUI ICVIIUUUBtllWII.KI.lllGUt C.A.SNOW&CO. Orncc, BaTtNT WasHiNGTON, D. C. TABLER'SDII C n JlJKEYlJjLC OINTMENT: CURES N0THIN6 BUT PILES. A SURE frerw4 and CERTAIN OURE known for IB as the UtWV REMEDY FOR PILES. ay vr SltHiD0 SIWCIII CO., IT. MVIa. I Solentlflo Amerlctn Agency Hrj iMXM EillOW KtlJVoAvrATa, TRADH MARK. OOPYRIOMTB. vat iniorpuuion ana rre uanaoooi nt. to mvnn m aj- - ov. vuuauitji i, nmw luu. pldeat bureau for aecurlnK uatonta In America. krery patent taken out by na la bronchi before to publlg by notion f treu Xreo ot chart. In to OltlON PATENTS. ata. lartwt ewenlatlnn of any tolentl! world. .DlMidldlr llluifr.tiil. mmn 9mtm mtim ahnuld be vithout It. yeart aiio.u aucua, iponthi. Addrau 111 301 Jtroadway. Mow UTHk itelllreat ."- tatka - t Te aed Quarterly Slajle Copl.i, . toel . ft. SO I FerTatr, Boaad Tol.mei, t.OOl ."It liana, aa wiuoih, leister of atSESSZ .KS;B"Vd,Xu!l piiblUittM. I r Whti. ., ..ii ., r.n .? Wl! ;TMid..i;r:rAr.r-"-,ritr- awifJK1"! J"S -- Ja i A. cunRCNTHiaroRv, PITMOIT, teMH v.,.. And tlioM troubled with nenrouincu ruultloff Uktng from car. omvunvork will bo relieved yeuralfflc 1'eraona Jtrown'N Iron Btltrva, aenulM (Ml tr4e innm tnd criwwd rod tliiea od wrappw. Pi'rudvonturo uud Mortimer when they bnt if anything goes wrong they call each other Pinner and Dowd. "I was afraid that my grandfather might get ono of his little Bpclls of temper and drive my wifo's grandfather into the earth with a club, for Dowd is the gentlest man yon ever saw. So ono day I told, Mortimer that Pcradventuro was the kind of a man (that had to bo sat down jt on tho moment ho showed any .sIjniiof.twBerHud if he hud tho nerve itoshnt'hluiYapohce for all ho would have no trouble, but 1 was afraid he did not havo tho necessary courage However, 1 told him that ho was so much older than Peradventure ho must take a tirm hand with him at tho start. "I used to havo them do the chores to keep them out of mischief. Mortimer had to milk nnd feed tho chickens, and Pemdvcutnre cut the kindling and carried iu the wood. "One day they had been down town together, and Mortimer had bought a soiigbooic with tho money Igavohim. It bad.tho words of au old Boug sot to the tune of 'Wellington's Farowell.' Per adventure' had bought horebound candy with his money and had hidden a part of it in tho woodshed, where I found it and took it uwuy because 1 was afraia he would bo sick euting caudy along with the root boer ho had been drinking. "He discovered that It was gone at about dusk while he and Mortimer were in the woodshed together. Mortimer is as lovely a character us ever lived. Ho has ftno, soft, silky white hair and nskin like aq undressed kid. When th.o two arc Kre cnitn. to bo patient with ns wo will soon leiirn to liojiatient with otlicrs." 'Yon, that's trno. Did you' over think what a trial Methuselah must hnro boon to his famllyr "Yes, but Methuselah rctuined nil of his faculties up to his eight hundredth year. Ho conld re'wl fine print, you re- -' memtier. np to 780 years of age, nnd then ho began to imagino that smoking was hurting his eyesight, so he quit for 80 years, but it did not help auy and ho went bock to it, thoy say otily worne, to tnako up for lost timo. "But tho last 80 or 00 years of Methuselah's llfo he got bo that ho used to repeat himself a good deal. Even Enoch was tried with him, und when ono of Methuselah's grandchildren some of them 200 years old used to wako np with tho croup in tho night, the old man, forgetting that ho nscd to have it when ho was their ago, would mumbloto himself and gnash his teeth for hours, after which ho would put them back in the bureau and go to sleep again. "But what started me off on tho subject of old peoplo was my wife's grandfather. Ho lives with us. Ho is 00 years old today, and we aro going to give htm a birthday cake, I havo just bought eight dozen wax candles to put on it. "My grandfather lives with us ulso. Ho is 87 years old in Noveuilier. Both of tho old gentlemen livo with us, having no other relatives thoy can get along with. My grandfather cama to livo with me when my wifo and I went keeping honso, and two years ufter that my wife's grundmothor died und the old man camo to our house. "It has boen a rather ticklish business to manage tho two, for my grandfather has an ungovernable temper, nnd for a moment or two sometimes you'd think ho might ussassinato some ono, but onco or twice a year is as often 08 he has an outbreak liko that. "My graudfnthcr's name is Pcradvcn-t- u re Pinner, nn old Biblo immo selected from the begat column f tho good book I reckon. My wifo's grandfather's name is Mortimer Dowd. They call each other Rome Any boljr season." And tho butcher walked off mumbling, because he was 'the landlord's brother, and tho wily daughter of the cottager pretended that sho did not know it In tho hopo that he would tell his fraternal rclativo nnd that the latter might prove an exception to the generality of landlords and put in u new stove large enough to cook a chicken without first cutting it into small pieces of the fricassee size. But her efforts were probably futile. Detroit Freo Press. SXartforA, Sonfttcley. W ill practice m all courts of Ohio cottager s tiaugiiter, "but the trouble is tho stovo is so small I would have to and adjoining counties, Superior break the ribs to got the meat in." Court and Court of Appeals. Col"It is n small'stovo," said tho butcher lections ami all legal business attendsympatliizingly, ed to. Office 29 E. Marktt St. "I guess H is," replied tho cottager's daughter, "and I do not know what to R. R. WEDDING, do In tho nbsence of thotook. It is too small for the wood, which has to be put in almost standing, and the cook complained tho other day that the coal was Beaver Dam, Ky. too largo for it." The butcher was silent. Will practice his profession in all "I'll tell you what I'd better order," the courts ot Ohio and adjoining said tho cottager's daughter. counties. Also Notary Public. "What?" asked the butcher. "Something that will fit tho stove." "Well, what shall it be?" asked the butcher. "I Bhould think," replied the smiling beauty, "that something of a coy, shrinking character would bo the best. Spinach HARTFORD, KY. would bo first rato for that' stove." Will practice his profession in all "I havo none." "Then bring a dozen bantam eggs. the Courts ot. Ohio and adjoining Wo can cook them ono at a timo and not counties, nnd in the Court ot ApSpecial attention given to strain tho capacity of tho stove. It is peals. such a sweet little- thing that I think of collections. Office, in County Attorusing it for a chatcluiue ornament next ney's office, in Court House. winter if I can buy it at tho end of the "It might lx n good Idea," replied the Attorney at Law, Law.y eR I- B- - Wiif1 'i T n9 The house that laughs at opposition and defies competition. asleep iti uiht together mid 7 gulii nt o'clock to nee If they are oowri'd up all right, I c.tu't help comparing them, for Perndvcntnro has (yvbruWM. you know, that hu can toss linck like a inniic when lie wants to. ami lie liiu a big roil lieal: ou him liko it tviiguiii. nnd us ynn liin'i tit night yuti can lieitr it pnrr. He also uleeps on his b.ielt. uud his mouth cnmt'H nt times "But Mortimer has a wft voice und a noiseless slumber that endears him to every ono. Uo says very littlo. and if he can't hear very well lie lets it go, whilo Peradventure yells out 'Which?" iu u voice that curdles tho milk down ht thospringhoiiso. "My wifo'3 grandfather Is a Baptist and an Aliolltionlst, whilo Pcradventuro is it Mohammedan and kicks because wo havo to My tho Revolutionary pension ers, iiiougn lio lmsn t p.iiil u cent of tax iu ISyuirs. They havo had u good ninny dl.icussioin over polith-und religiou. but never had any real herioua fights. Mortimer could always provo all his statements by the Biblo und so could Pcradventuro. "Sometimes they would go a little too far, nnd Mortimer would .tout nil 'tho evening, and Peradventure would llonnce off to bed uud slum his boots ono nt a timo on tho floor when lie undressed und tried to scaro tjs. But in tho morning both would wako up all pleasant, and Morjimer would tackle n littlo black pipe ho has, whilo Peradventure wonld go into the buttery and take a large comprehensive swallow out of n bottlo that has u lonesome old cherry at tho liottom of it. At first ho took this only iu tho spring, but now ho has gradually ndded more and more spring months till tho robins seem to bo nesting most all tho time with him. "I take them to tho circus with mo every year and sometimes twice, nnd they remember and talk about it for years afterward. Mortimor is a great admirer of the.olophant, and I havo all I can do to drag him away from the largo beast with tho country scat to his pauts. "But PerudvontHroloves rare animals, such ns tho jackass bird of Australia nnd tho sacred now milk cow of Farther India. Ho claims that ho Iiub seen most everything now that Noah had and bouio that he couldn't get, like thotPolled Angus or mooly cow, nnd other "things that Noah udvertised for far and wide but couldn't obtain in thosodays. "One day they got into a sort of quarrel over tho female acrobat Unit Imnga from the top of the .tent by a bunion mid holds, suspended In air, by her teeth nnd a wido suspender nn undo and two other relatives on her father's side. Mortimer claimed to have selected her first, but Perudventnro said: 'You better tako some one of your own ago. Take tho child wonder in the sideshow; she's about as tottering as you be,' "And so they quarreled that way, ti'l uuuiiy a uiuuiiv i wouiu iinvo to laico them out, but pretty soon tho lion cago was wheeled into the ring, and the curly headed lion tamer, with nair Bloom on Ills tresses, performed all sorts of feats with the king of beauts, wirtllngnp by' 1 gagging the king of the forest with tu dank domo of.thought. Then peoplo tho man, forgetting that tho jtoor lion wonld havo to go and eat u cat or nn Angora goat to'tako Mio tusto out of his mouth. "Wo hnvo griat fun, of course, though in n quiet way, my wifo and I comparing notes regarding Mortimer ami Penidveu-turfor thoy do lots of amusing things. Sometimes it is not so pleasant when they cat too mnch preserves or drink milk when they h.tve lieen eating green com nnd watermelons. "But nothing is more beautiful than in the winter evenings by the big open fire to watch Mortimer mid Perndvcnturo playing checkers nnd whistling 'Floyd's Retreat' whilo they knock a couple, of checker men together and crow liko i p.iir of infants. "I didn't finish tellingyou, though, how Pcradventuro hopped on Mortimer and accused him of taking tho horeluraud candy that he hud put up on tho joist of thewoodhouse. Well, Mort denied it, though ho didn't of course know that I hud done it myself for Peradventure's riIkI, and ho mid my grr ndfathtr ought to know what ho was talking ubout before he tuckled folks. "At that my grandfather said that ho hud been graveled uud gulled nbout long enough by nn old fungus like my wlfe'u grtiiidfuiiier. mid ho miglu iilwiit as well settle him und put him out of Ilia misery now us uny time. ....So he started ut liim with i) wild light In his ees, but Mortimer hud in his mind what I'd told him ub:ut hieing prompt or his life would pay tho penalty, bo he grubbed tho ux that was sticking Iu the chopping block mid i.i ulo n rush for Peiudvouttiro that tcuri'il.hlni almost to death: " 'Blank your old tieltl-fjivMortimer. 'If you uro in this woodsheil in imother minute, I'll split ;von onen fiom thu bris ket to tha watc pocket uiid bpen yon Now git!' Dp like a bonghteu codfish,! ruvr- b n, so rtfitleoM by himself of nights and nervous, and wanted a drink of water every eight minutes just to have Kociety, that 1 got him to go buck and sleep with Mortimer ugitiii. "But I mnt be getting along now for Mortimer guvo mo 20 rents to buy a couple nf p.ioka of llrecmckors for Per nd Vftitr.ru. Mid some pnuk." With that Mr. Pinner went off down tlm street, and I couldn't help hoping he would have us good u grandson when he Wus DO us Periulvcnturo had. iiJ..'. sliH'p ',.'.. Mortimer: bin iT3 wu Mo Hurry. ns she entered the doorway tho car gavo u lurch, as street cars aro apt to OFFICE OVER RED FRONT do, and tho pretty girl was thrown plump in the lap of n fatherly Irishman. Is prepared to do all kinds of "Pray, pardon me," sho said as she Dontal work at reasonable prices. roso to her feet, while the rest of the passengers tittered. "Don't mention it, me darlint." replied the Irishman. "I cud hold ye an hour." Then sho blushed furiously, and the passengers snickered aloud. Brooklyn Life. DENTIST. Just OA3L.I.. 03XT Genuine. "My, Jingleberry, what a gash you have in your cheek I" jlark I jpite, "How did you get it?" "Shaving." "You must havonn Idiot forabarber." "Don't you call mo au idiotl" "I didn't." "Yes, you did. I shave myself." Harper's Bazar. Mathematical. "It i3 pretty bad." The Lsadiag Photograplierfttiru In Ertrj St;!, and Sin. "Old Pictures Copied and Enlarged A SPECIALTY. 108J Main Street. fJ7m6 OWENSBORO, KY MT. Jess Jack's entire thoughtfulness was what captivuted mo. Bess What did he say when he proyou? TruviiU'd Incog. . posed toIt ran thus: "I havo never loved Jess First American Havo a good time a woman ns I do you since since (re- abroad? ferring to his notebook) since let me Scoud American Fine. I travoled see Tuesday, tho 18th of July." s. incog. Went whero I pleased and escaped tho vulgur curiosity of tho gaping crowd. Almoatan Inaijiuatlon. "Eli? How did yon travel?" Teacher If your father gives you 40 "Incognito, I said. I didn't lot 'cm cents and your brother 80 cents, how know I was n rich American. Just pre- much will you have? Tommy Humph! I guess you don't tended I wasn't anybody but uu ordinary English lord."-N- ew know much about my pa. Ho is not that York Weekly. kind of a hairpin. Texas Sif tings. Tit-Bit- I.OUKIVIM.E, LOOM & TEX. ft. at Liiiirilli, St, Im mi iili., lleloiv the. Limit. Cholly Sapheud (as a SO to 1 .chot rushed under tho wiro first) Tlieah, I Knew tnat reiiuii would win! Bollo Bluntley Have you anything on hiuiV Cholly Sapheud Only mo mind. Bello Bluntley I didn't know tho bookmakers nt tills track took small bets. Buffalo Courier. Too Cruel. "Men nro not to bo trnstcd," sho remarked to hey, ypunger and moro successful friend."' "Oli, my dear," said her friend sweetly, i 'bus i.U.iken all theso years to touch you th.it?" , ,v . v" Thu silence that folloiyjsl.ldn't be Urokiii with u sledg'o' hammer. Detroit Free I'rcbs. A u, I ilea. Troll t and Loaa. A. I hear friend Rudigcrhas got mar ried to an Italian lady, B. Yes, ho went south to save his lungs, and now ho has lost his heart. Hunioristischo Blatter. Kxpert Opinion. Boy Pa, aro despots happy? Pa (impatiently) Ask your inotker.-TrutKoouumlcal. h. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV.l, 1891. No.Sl, No, 83, WEST HOUND. Pally. Daily, s .. fir. Loultrllle 7.15 a. m. p. m. Weat Point 8.11a.m. 7:20 p. m. Branilenjurg.... .17 a.m. S.07 p. m. 1 9 4 a.m. s 37 p. m. Irrlnxton ........ 10.23 a. m. 9.21 p. m. Stephemport 10 44 a.m. Ctoverport ..... 46 p. m. . 11:11 a.m. 10:lup.m. Hawestllle......... Lewlinort . 11:11a.m. 10JMp.ni. Owenaboro ., 12: 16 1. in. 11:11 p. m. UpottaTllle ... . 1.04 p. m. 11.&5 p. ro. Ar. Henderson... . . 1:21 p. n. 12:20 a.m. No. 42, No. 84, EAST nOUNI). iMIIy. Daily I.T. Henderson.... 7;13 a. m. 3: lftp. m. SpotUvllIe..... . .. 7:37 a. m. 3'37 p. m. 1:27 a.m. 4:23 p. m. Oweni'oro. .... U9 a. m LewUport a... 8.08 p. m Hawearille 9.33 a. m 8:30 p. m 1 .. Ciompert a. m. 6.67 p. m. .. Stephenaport.... a.m. 6.19 p. m, IrTingtop ,... 7.0'p, m, i. 11.02 a. m. Brandenburg ... . 11:29 a.m. 7:31 p. m. Weal .Point UJUi p. m. 8 OS p. m, Ar. Loulavllle ... . IKK) p.m. 9.06 p. m. .... ... '? .. .. Wjy' Taaina No. 81 and No. 62 make connection at Irvlngton (Sunday, excepted) with tralna on Loula-Titl- e, Harllnaburir A Western II. II., cast and west bound. For lurther Information, addreaa ' H.O, MORDUE,Oen. Pa'rig'l. ' LouisTille.Ky. jMp i" -- "C li Ml ' "NOW OITl" '"And Perudventnro got. He dime and told me that my wifo's grandfather luul a temtier that would bring liim to a felon's doom lie for ho lived out half his days. It was unit awhllo before Iip Margie Tho scales aro fastened on fish just like tho'shhlgles on a house, aren't The very latest the five decker cape. they? It can bo worn as u'oovo, or, if required, Mamma Yes, Margie, deur. Margie I suppose, they aro put on that it .may bo divided up among tho entire way, mamma, to keep the fish from leak- family as hero shown'. Comic Cuts. ing, aren't they? Harper's Young PeoAnticipated. ple. It was verging toward midnight, but tho feeble flame of ho watered oil proWnruliif lllui, duced a good imitation of gloamiug. "This now soup, "euid tho barber, "io It very nice. It is largely made of cream, thesewas under such circumstances as that n tall, slender girl sat and witli just a littlo (bush of alcohol iu it.' wondered when tho man in the easy "Well, remember, I'm u temperate chair would say something interesting. man," returned Dobliers, "nnd don't put Tho fact that was any more of it In my mouth than you niudo tho silence she more 83 years old oppressive. still call Help. National Uurber. In the uncertain light she saw. his lips roovo oud bent forward eagerly. Unklml. "Aro wo" "I sco that Scripkius employs n typeHis voice was as music in hor ears. writer now." "quite alone?" "Yes." "Oh, Alfrod, this is so sudden." . "Doing Iota of work? With a wild exultation in her heart "No. Ilu wants Fomebody to blanio she tottered across the room, etc. Defor bis mistakes in Cnglish." 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WASIIING'ION, a man rub his eyes and ask himself whether this is I .S53 or 1893 vht.n he heats the Democratic arguments advanced in favor of the bill which has been reported to the House, providing for the removal of every vestige of Federal control over Congressional and By the way, Presidential elections. the title of this bill should read "A bill to perpetuate Democratic control of the Southern States and of the States of New York, Massachusetts and Illinois, through the. hoodlum element in the cities New York, Chicago, nrtd Boston," for that Is irally Hsobjecl. The arguments 111 favor of the bill arc practically the name as those advanced in tlue filtles In favor bf Recession. The author of the bill, Representative Ti'cker, of Virginia, has the audacity to say that the Federal government has no right to supervise the election of the States Representatives in Congress. Since when did the States have any Representatives in Congress? If Representatives arc State officials, what did the (miners of the Constitution of the United States mean by this: "The times, places and holding elections for Senators and Representatives shall Ijc inscribed in each State by the Legislature thereof; hut Congress may at any time by law make or alter such and by this: "Each regulations," House (of Congess) shall be the judge of the elections, returns and qualifications of its own members?" The Senate has within a short time exercised its authority under the last quoted clause, by refusing to seat Senators appointed by Governors of three States, and it was done, too, by the votes of Democratic Senators, acting under the direct order of the President, but when was the Democratic party ever consistent in anything? The claim that Federal supervision of elections is uncostitutional is a false one and no one knows it any better than the Democrats who have the effrontery to make it, in the hope of blinding the ignorant. The Administration is dealing With law in its the Geary style. It started usual wibly-wobl- y out with a flourish of trumpets a few clays ago by announcing that the law was to be enforced. When the new is calculated to make anti-Chine- JO. B. KfHIKR. fvlllor itn t Proprietor FRIDAY, dEPTEMBER 22, 1891 Next week is the Fair. It is the opportunity of a lifetime to hear the boy musician at ttie Court House t. So iar as we are Informed, do biiiU new house in Hartford is now running a bllml tiger, aud whoever attempts to set up one ngnlnsl the law find the will of the people should Ira frowned down. Mr. W. M. Awtry, the Republican nominee for Representative, is a good man well qualified for the position for which he has been nomiuated. He possesses the confidence of the jwoplc in a marked degree and will be elected. The people have a splendid oppor. tunitytoheara great humorist on next Thursday and Friday nights at the Court House here. Hon. 11. W. J. Ham is one of the great men ot the century, and you cannot afford to miss hearing him. with Prof. Tinsloy Prsla;ont and Prof. Davis Vice Piosidont and Miss Myrtle Rowe Secretary. Wc will dls-cuvarious subjects, read essays and have a paper. Well, so far as your scribe hasheaid our town has had rest for a few nights. The raiders have come to a point where they well have to meet justice, and that probably before another Grand Jury will hive an opportunity to bring the dirty rascals befote the public, One of our goal citizens, who lias been disturbed by having pistol balls shot in his kitchen, - and shot thrown front a gum concern into his One house where his sick wife lay. night while the puppies were throwing idiot into his house, he got down his shot fdllt but it failed to go ofT, hut he knows who they nrc, What would you think, Mr. Editor, If you were In our town some night and see young men who in the daytime occupy high positions in life, all covered with tin cans, running over town bawling like bulls and getting into the farmers pastures and running their horses over wire and slat fences, badly hurting them, besides tieing boards aud cans to their tails, and a certain business house open every night as long as it can get a loafer lwsides leing a great place for loafers on Sundays. his Ford found jit Mr. T. J. new house the other morning shavings piled up and mat:hes lying by them. Jar. ss nimmmmsftUi M'miumjuj COUNT? CONVENTION, 11 jMiiwVy?"'' ."WE! IJHi ttmpitm anirtrrTTtSti tmmmgmmaui Thr Republicans oioblocnnulr and XnmlaatoRHiroMft-TIrk-' et Reprr.entntlte Meet rr Nnperlnlriict. nnil ml, COME TO BEAVER DAM! Silver, The daily papers are continually giving accounts of daring and unsuccessful train robberies. This business is uo longer confiued to the wild and woolly West, but the eflele East has Verily, everything been invaded. goes wrong these Democratic days. The Republican Convention, which placed a for Representative and School Superintendent. These men go into the fight with good reasons for expecting success, and with a close organization of the party victory will be theirs. met here last Saturday, Btrong ticket in the field Mil. G. S. The teachers who subscribed to the fund to be expended in the purchase of a Webster's International Dictionary for the school having the best work in the Teachers Exhlbltnnd who have not paid their subscriptions, are earnestly requested to remit to me at once, as the Dictionary has been or dered and will be here in a few days. The subscriptions were made at the Institute last year. Hoping to have an early response, J am youra truly, Jo. B Rookrs, County Superintendent, my V! Reserved seats for the Ham Lecture will be on the Repubfor School Superin lican nominee teudent, is a man of true worth, posto-nigsesses a good education and many years experience in school work. He says: Wednesday'sCourier-Journa- l will bring to the schools live and progreFrankport.Kj'., September, 19. and in hi care the ssive-methods, The death here at an early hour this ment of State to file the formal protest I . . -i .cause of education would congreat -"" s ' "-- Jenforcing of his Government against removes one 01 tne most popular tinue to improve in our county. the law and to put in a few words part ol the State. Major in the same line, he was men in this now trying himself The Democrats are just years old aud Chapman was lorty-twto determine whnt.oneof their num- informed by Secretary Gresham that had been sick but a few; days, pneuwould be susber shall be offered up as a sacrifice in the operation of the law monia being the immediate cause of pended until Congress took some acWith a the race for State Senator. his death. Brief funeral services tion relating thereto. Two bills have good organizafiou among the Repubwere held at the house here late this been introduced in the House, both licans, the Democrats have not even modifying the law, and one them is evening, after which the remains of the shadow of a chance to elect their said by some people to have the ap- were taken over the C. & O. road to luan and they are painfully aware of probation of the Administration, al- Lebanon, where they will be interred that fact. The leaders may, howev- though others say that" Representa- - in the family burying ground Major Chapman was one of a er, run some man just to get him out rive McCreary, of Kentucky, Chair large Warren County family of his way. Who is the lamb? of their man of the House Committee on ForA number of years ago he eign affairs, is at work upon a new name. started a drug business in tauisville, Election Officer. Chinese bill in which he is to be back he continued after he came to The following is a list of election ed by the Administration. Very nat which Franklort with Gov. Knott, under officers for the coming November urally these things are a little confus he was Assistant Adjutant election: ing. Your correspondent sought eu- - whom General. After the Knott AdminisJ C Chamberlain, W P lightmcnt from RepresentativeGeary, Bennett, judges; A Godshaw, clerk; J of California, who actine with the tration he opened a drug business here. Karly in life he was married W Stevens, sherifT. Senators and Representatives from n Rockport. D J Wilcox, h Reitl, the Pacific coast, is credited with to Miss Edith Gaither, of an family of that name." judges; S I. Fulkerson, clerk; I, A having secured the positive promise, Major Chapman was once a citizen McDaniel, sheriff. a few days ago, that the law bearing Sui.ncT. Geo. I O'Bannon, John his name should be enforced. Mr, of Hartford. O Butler, judges; V M .Stewart, clerk; Geary appeared to be very much Home llraach Ileum. TF James, sheriff. and when asked what was Horse Branch is on a building boom. Downs, Z going to be done, said: "I don't SMAU.HOUSK. WO Mr. W.I,. Graves, agentfortheTurn-er- , Reid, judges; James Fulkerson, clerk; know, and nobody else seems, to; Day & Wood worth Manufacturing S T Hunter, sherifT. when I go to one Department I am is building a Warren Taylor, S T told one thing and when I reach the Company, of Iwisville, Cuomwku.. factory. They are large Stevens, judges; T. Morton, clerk; R other the story is radically changed. sinking a shaft for water and when C Taylor, sheriff. Representative Grosvenor, of Ohio, that is reached the factory will begin Bartletts. Jos. McKinney, John has introduced a bill appropriating operations. It will probably not be Manker, judges; John C Westerfield, $10,000 for a national dedication of more than ten days before work can Sam G Rhoads, sheriff. the Chickamauga and Chatanooga begin. Sulphur Springs. T II Hines, H National Park, which embraces the his dwel. R. A. Miller is Frank Myers, judges; F M Petty, ground upon which one of the most ling. Cole, sherifT. clerk; WS bloody battles of the war was fought. J. I). McDaniel is putting up several M Awtry, P IIorsi: Branch.--- W The dedicatory ceremonies are to be new houses for the men who will II Alford, judges; W T Sanders.clerk; held on the 17th and 18th of October, factory. work at the new W P Miller, sherifT. 1894, and it is proposed to invite the Mr. McDaniel will begin the erection RosiNK. J M Ragland, Samuel survivors of both armies tojoin thereof a new hotel in a few days. Wallace, judges; II T Thompson, in. Several new dwellings are already clerk; L, P Crowder, sheriff. "Whom the gods would destroy completed. Centbrtown. J A Tichenor, C I they first make mad" is an ancient J. W. Tabor will begin the erection Woodward, judges; Alvin Rowe.clerk; maxim, applicapable to Mr. Cleve- of a new dwelling on his lot here J M Bishop, .sheriff. land just now. He is mad at the ob- shortly. P Kllis, O T Btirdett, Ku.is.-- W stinate Senators who in spite of his Altogether the outlook for our litjudges; Allison Uaynes, clerk; S I. commands and entreaties and the intle town is very promising. Phillips, sherifT. fluence of the financial world, brought town have It is proposed Beaver Dam. Nicholas Banass, J to bear by petitions and the personal incorporated in to next fewthe months. the T Martin, presence of Representatives of the Ham Miller, judges; John A nice nnd commodious school-hous- e clerk; Harrison Austin, sherifT. Boards ot Trade in all the large cities, will be erected at once. We Siirkvk. C T Whittinghill, G A still refuse to vote for the Voorhees have needed a new Schoolhouse for I, W Godsey, clerk; repeal bill. The birth of his baby Weller, judges; several years,, bu through some in R B Whittinghill, sherifT. and the good condition of mother and difference it has been delayed but now W S Gaines, K II F011DSVIU.E. daughter having relieved hismind of our people are fully aroused and the Cooper, judges; Jno. T. Smith, Jr., family cares, he will now devote his house will be built forthwith. clerk; II T Smith, sherifT. He started in mind to the Senate. Mac.AN. N P Kelly, Joel R Roach, by sending for Senator Voorhees and Don't Yuti Know judges; J D Ralph, clerk; T D Taylor, giving him a raking down because That to have perfect health you must .sheriff. the bill had not been passed, this be- have pure blood, and the best way to Buiord. R J Mason, J W Turner, ing the date that Vooihecs had set as have pure blood Is to take Hood's judges; K D F.eld, clerk; M A King, the outside limit for the passage of Sarsaparilla, the best purifier nnd sheriff. the bill. The bill has not passed, strength builder. It expels all taints A B Stanley, John Cool. Sprincis. and what Is more, thereisnoimmeadl-at- e of scrofula, salt rheum and all other S Brown, judges; John C Jones, clerk; prospect of its being passed. It is humors, and at the same time builds W B Taylor, sherifT. now stated that the great testof endu- up the whole system and gives nerve A C Rowan, W V A11111EVIU.E strength. rance between the friends and oppoCondict, judges; J V Turner, clerk; nents of the bill is to begin next week. HOOD'S PILLS may be had by I, A W Carson, sherifT. The silver men still express confiEast Harti'orii. J S Mosely, D. dence of their ability to prevent a mall for 25c, of C. I. Hood & Co., C. Black judges; I.. P.Foreman.clerk; vote, and their opponents are not so Lowell, Mass. K K Tinsley, sherifT. confident of winning as they were. How It Acta. West IIakti'oiu). Joe I,. Carson, After usingDrummond'sLlghtnlng G. W. Hunger, judges; W II Moore, CKXTKHTOWN. Remedy for Rheumatism according clerk; A M Miller, sherifT. September 20. T. F. Balls has to direction, for ten days, Mr. John McHenry. D S Duncan, R T moved his blacksmith shop from W. Boyenton, of Hampton, Va., Render, judges; B N Patterson, clerk; Church Street to Mnin, where he is writes that he can walk antj attend to RPTall, sherifT. building an undertaker's shop. business, which he could not do beMr. and Mrs. Robert Herrel, of fore. This Remedy has a remarkable Cromwell, visited the family of I,. R. record for cures not only relieving Goodall last Sunday. pain, but festoring all the functions There is no Misses Willie and Mary James, of of the crippled limbs. West Point, are visiting Mrs. Katie excuse for any one to suffer any longDavis. Mrs. Davis is a very popular er when this wonderful Remedy af& Milliner at this place. Can ye not fords such certain relief. If yourdrug- observe the signs of the times, gist has not got it, write to the Drum-nion- d ' 0 Maiden Medicine Co., A Literary Society was organized ' New York. Agents wanted. at the Schoolhouse last' Friday night Lane, ht. Fitiiooh, The boy musician at the Court House ........ o r- Bi-.d- PuiMiJtit to call the Republicans of Ohio county met in the Court House at Hartford on .Saturday, the 16th Inst. Chairman Wood Tinsley called the Convention to order and stated the object of the meeting. , d On motion of J," A. Smith and by M. I Heavrln, S. T. Stevens was elected Chairman. Alex Marnett was chosen Secretary and J. A. Smith, Assistant Secretary. Oil motion of M. I.. HcaVrlil, the following Committee on Resolutions Was appointed: J. 8. R. Wedding. J At. Rogers, D. C, Allen. R. J. Mason, J. B. Rogers and M I,. Heavrln. D. F. Tracy moved that the Chair appoint a Committee of five on Organization; second by Wood Tinsley. Chair appointed D. F. Tracy, R. R. Wedding, K. K. Rogers, Thos. II. Faught and V. M. Stewart. The Confihittec on Resolutions made the following repot t which was adopted On motion of S. L. Stevens and second by Wood Tinsley: Wc, your Committee, Wg leave to make the following report: Riisoi.VKi), 1st, That wc indorse the call of this Convention. 2. That we affirm our nllegiancc to d principles of the the Republican party, nnd point with pride to the record made by that party in the administration cf the National Government. 3. That we condemn the action of the present Democratic Administration for its enmity to the old soldier, and would call attention to the great financial panic which fell upon the country immediately upon the Inauguration of Oi'oVer Cleveland. Respectfully submitted. J. S. K. WUntJJNrt, 1 M I,. IIiUVri.x, D C Ai.wty, Com. RJ M.3 S J M RucsuitS. Jo II Rookhh, to a Col. Q. C. Shanks, in call, arose and made both a humorous . ... . .. . . . aim instructive laitc, urging mat eacu Republican should constitute himself a committee of one to organize the party for the coming fight, after which J. II. James addiessed the Convention, urging that Republicans depend on Re niblicans. Committee on Organization made the following report, which, on motion of J. M. Rogers, was adopted: We, your Committee on Organization, beg leave to report the following names as the Kxecutivc Committee of the Republican party forOhiocounty: J S R Wedding, Ch'm'n, Hartford.W I Rowe, Ccntertown. W R Jones, Fordsville.' Alex Barnett, Sec'y, Hartlord. Walter Samuels, Bartlett's. Perry Crowder, Rosine. Abe Stanley, Cool Springs. Your Committee further recommend that each member of the above Committee appoint a in each voting precinct with himself as chairman. sec-ontime-honore- Gold and speech-makin- g Greenbacks!! on the subject. And have no time lor much So strong is our inclination but to give us a call to Hud that way that our customers have that we will give more VALUE for their DOLLARS than ever they have seen. Now understand our PROPOSITION. We have these LINES that are SPECIALTIES, viz.: CLOTHING, SHOES and CLOAKS. In CLOTHING, which is a most important line, we proprso to say that we will fit every MAN, BOY and CHILD who will do us the kindness to call. Why do wc say that? Because wc have made our purchases to that end,and have lines to suit every customer. Suits from 84.00 to 825.00. Child's Suits from 81.25 to the finest. Wedding Suits a specialty. In SHOES, of all kinds, there can be no mistake; we can please everybody. The finest "HAD SEWED," the "ELLA." "SUSIE," "NINA" and "U. S. A. School" cannot be surpassedi In Gentlemen SHOES, "e can fit little feet and big feet at prices from 81.00 to 85.00. Call for the "Buell," which has a wide reputation. We have positively got them for every lady in the land and at greatly reduced prices. These are specialties and we confidently recommend them. MISS VIOLA PiRTLE will again look after the Millinery Department, which is an. important item in a lady's outfit. Everybody wants a FASHION OLE hat and want the very latest. Call to see these Goods. In addition to these specialties we will add that we are full in all our lines. Give us a call. We want your produce, and will give highest price for same. Teachers orders taken at par. Everybody is invited. Come early. Respectfully, ....... - e Eliza-bethtow- RRWEimiNO, Thomas Faucht, K K V M DFTracv, Ch'in'iO Com. HOCKER & CO. skMiQjjju utuj ) Stewart, On motion of Wood Tinsley, nom- Rogers. We are manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal directly with Brick lorKnle. Plenty of good brick for sale at the consumer, thus saving him the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices are reasHartford, Ky. Parties needing brick onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. Respectfully, for any purpose, would do well to call on or address me at above place and I will fill all orders at most reasonable K L. HERRING. prices. 8tf Itetlnreri Eh left lo Oncnboro Fair. The Louisville, St. Louis and Texas Ry. Co. will sell October 3 to 7, Inclusive, round trip tickets from all its stations to Owensboro at one fare for round trip on account of the Daviess County Fair. Tickets will be good returning on any train up to and including October 7. For further information, .call on agents or address the undersigned. II. C. Mordue, Ass't G. P. A. Wnuled! One or two of good popAddicss, F. A, Ames & Co., Owensboro, Ky. car-loa- inations of candidates were declared in order. W. M. Awtry was placed in nomination for Representative by Col. J. S. R. Wedding in a neat little speech. J. M. Rogers seconded the nomination and moved that it be declared unanimous, .which carried. J. S. R. Wedding, W. A. Gibson and Woo 1 Tinsley were appointed a committee to notify Mr. Awtry of ol his nomination. Judge R. R. Wedding in a few aph propriate remarks placed G. S. in nomination for School Superintendent. On motion of W. A. declared was Gibson he the nominee by acclamation. and was called Mr. Fitzhugh accepted the nomination in n few appropriate words. Adjourned. S. T. Stevens, Ch'm'n, Alex Barnett, Sec'y, J. A. Smith, As'.t. Sec'y. Fitz-hug- miA lu WsTTfl! irVirr F. A. AMES A CO. Owontboro, Ky." Perry Westerfield, Attorney at Law. Braver Dam, Ky. Come to Hartford -- TO SEE THE- - To Know IT AL- Lla easy enough if you only know how. Wo solvo the problem in the I I N III "I ' lar lumber. 5 tf H71U9 flmmBMifl P lliiil.lliijrMnleriil. Any one nee ling building material of any kind, such as lumber, ceiling, flooring, windows, sash, dosrs, lime, cement, or builders hardware, would do well to call on or write to Cnry & Marble, Owensboro, Ky. riiiblleniiM. The members of the Ohio County Republican Kxecutivc Committee are earnestly requested to meet in Hartford on Wednesday, September 27th, 1893, as there is some very important business to be transacted and every member should be present. J. S. R Wrddijjo, Ch'm'n, Alex Barnett, Sec'y. Notice, The brightest aud newsiest pa Send your per in Kentucky. address on a postal card. You can hnve n sample copy SPRING OPENING OF C. L. Field's "car of Buggies V just from the For The Davis Carriage Company. ASKING. ImitarlRUlt I have sold out my stock of Drugs, &c, and will remain in Cromwell only a few weeks. Those who are Indebted to me will please call and settle their account at once. Very truly your friend, J. S. Montaour. S 4t Bell MONEY by Buying from HIM. Will you a Buggy, Harness, Lap Duster and Whip from $60,00 He will savo you ft up to (175.00. in Cincinnati. The Davis Carriage Company has the reputa- Williams drug store the first day of the Fair, sale at Bell's tion of building the best Buggy for the money of any Factory 48-5- So come and judge for yourself. N A i A rf. .;JwviiHi ..fciflWCTWIWfl . Ju 7y""1,i an K Trustees, see W, A. Gibson nt tho M&tanieitut t'e b'uiioi.i'jii PERSONAL -.Ticket Office nt the Fair Grounds 01' THE during the Fnir next week nnd buy J. W. Moore, Rochester was iu the Hats, the best, the cheapest at your School supplies. city Wednesday. Knhn'e. Photographer Smoot is prcpired to Col. W. H. Moore went to Evans s work nnd earnestly re- villc Tuesday. Farmers, try Stevens & Collins do quests thoic dciiirlng photos to call for groceries. J. L. Harnett, Owensboro, was iu on him during Fair week. SjJl r the city jesterday, A.t the Close of Buainosa fail to rud the big "ad", ol Do nut W, A. Gibson will take orders for Juuo 30,1893. J. A. Reneer, Centertown, called to Hocker & Co. School furniture nt the ticket office nt sec us wljile in town Tuesday. resources. A rbuckles coffee 25 ccnti, nt Stev the Fair Grounds next week, during Mr. R. J. Daniel, of Beaver Dam, Notes and Bills $76,205.14 ens & Collins. the Fair. See him, Trustees. Real Estate . . , went to Louisville Tuesday. 3,000.00 Call at S'evcns & Collins and see Hallie Elliott, son of Bud Elliott, Furniture and Fixtures . . . 1,50000 Miss Tillie Franz, Cincinnati, is Expenses paid 864 98 Rochester, was driving a wagon visiting Miss their new groceries. Florence Morton. Cash on hand nnditiB'ks 17,447.55 Tuesday when the team ran away, The Bon Ton clothing House of W. T. Tillford, Cromwell, went to throwing him off of the wagon Ohio county h Kahn's, S99.017.67 Louisville Tuesday on business. Mr. L. Towiucnd breaking an arm nnd cutting an ugly LIABILITIES. IUslngSun, Delaware. Trade at Kahn's if you want to save gash in his head. Alvin Rowc and wife, of Center-towCapital Stock f 25,000 00 as cents on the doll.ir. went to Intisvillc Tuesday. Nothing would be more appropriate Good Family Medlcine9 Surplus 5,250.00 Reserve Fund . 1.293.14 Mrs. J. C. Hoover and Mrs. J. C. C. L. Field is still selling buggies than to have your picture made while Sarsaparllla and Hood's Interest nnd Exchange Hood's 3.047.59 lit attendance at the Fair next week. Westerficld, of Pleasant Ridge were cheap, call and get one. Pills. Deposits 64,426.94 Hood's Sarsajarllla and Hood'! is located over in the city jestcrday. Owensboro "I regard The largest and best selected stock Photographer Smoot rills, tho very best family medicines, ami no Red Front, and is up with the times Messenger. ?99,or f7 are never without tliciu. I liao always betn of clothing nt Kahn's. i:i his line. Give him a call. Mrs. F. L. Felix and son, Douglas, JOHN II. BARNES, CAsmiiit. A Delicate Woman -- t .'fa '5' If you want a pretty stylish hat, call Sworn and subscribed to before me T. II. Beau hns moved into the went to Louisville Wednesday. They and began taking Hood's Sanaparllla throa years ago (or that tired feeling. It built mo up on Miss A. II. Lewis & Co. Commercial Hotel nnd will keep a were accompanied from llorton by so quickly nnd so w ell that I feel lllto a different June 30, 1893. wonnn and Im o nlw aj i had groat falOi In It, I Rowan Hoi.iihooks, C. O. C, C. first class house in all respects The Miss Mollic Martin. Remember Kahn's shoe sale Friseems any flvolt to my children whenever Ihcro , Itli table will contain the best the market day, Saturday and Monday. Mr. W. C. Gaynor and wife, of My llltlovboy their Mood,uand It (loci them good. By Shkuiy TAr.o, D. C. likes It so ell ho cries for It. I Store that is not only attractive iu its city rannot find words to tell bow highly I prize It Our bttbiiiess. continues to grow, as When you arrive at Beaver Dam affords, while the rooms arc all neat Washington, D. C, were in the Wo use Hood's Tills In the family and they and clean. Give him a call. yesterday oil their way to South fittings uwllu its goods but which is the above statement will show, both call for C L Field's 'Dm. Act Llko a Charm Owensboro Messenger. Shelby Taylor, Beaver Dam, leaves renowned for the politeness of its em I take pleasuro In recommending these medi- in magnitude nnd prosperity. Two Good hors.es, new buggies, for hire in a few days to attend the Louisville Mrs. A. V. Thompson and children, cines to all my friends, fori believe if people years ago a deposit of $25,000; one ployees and the liberality of ita pro nct week, nt 0 L. Field. year ago $45,000; Law School. He is one of Ohio counof I)tiisville, returned home Tuesday $6 1,000. prictors cannot help being well paIf you want to buy groceries call ty's most promising young men, and after n few week's visit to her This is due to the fact that the young f ood's II nod' tronized by n his many friends among them Tin: mother, Mrs. McD.inicl, of Reiser would only leep 1wo do,H.imnirlll" luid and suN men arc to realize th.it it is on Stevens iV Collins. inucli sickness Villi at hnndns not the money made but the money Ri:t'UiiMCAN wish )ijm much .surma JXiui,' le rlnu would be prevented." Mrs. L. Towas 16 K)Uuds of granulated sugar lor Bun, Delaware. rm, Itlslng saved that sets them up in business. iu his chosen profession. tfi at Stevens & Cillins. Hood's Pills act easily, jet prompUy and The man whosavcs each day nnd puts Miss Nellie Brown, daughter of efflclenUy, on the liver and bowels. 36a. The finest stock of groceries ever in at interest fifty cents, will in 'fifty John Sep Brown, came to town WedFair lady customers and courtly genAT ROCKPORT. 'iiIIpk Hartford at Stevens & Oillins. years be worth $58,000 RClil nesday to have a fractured arm propThis has been a week of fine work tlemen. We try to be liberal and I will be at RockportSept. the loth, We are here to assist the business Born, to the wife of Pete Shown, erly set. She was thrown from a with the College students. certainly our employees are polite to remain only a short time will be interests of the count)', and we solicit horse two weeks ago nnd received the Bcda, Scptemlwr in, n fine girl. Rev. L. R. Barnett, a fotmer Stuwound. Dr. J. IS. Pendleton set the prepared todo all kinds of Photograph nnd appreciate the account of every ami pleasant. Our goods are oi such buying dent here, conducted General ExerYou can save money by pushing, enterprising individual or broken bones and she is doing well. work. I make a speciality of Cabinet n quality and vaiiety that cises Wednesday. your groceries nt Stevens & Collins. firm. JOHN H.BARNES.Cashikr. The Colored Teachers' Institute is Miss Anna Bean was at General Photos. I use the instantaneous proFresh oysters serve! in any style, in session at the Colored Methodist Exercises Wednesday. cess for making baby pictures. You during the Fair, atStevcns & Collins. Church, Hayti. This is the fourth Mr. R.E. L.Sinime'rman visited the will find me located in an elegant Kahn commands the shoe trade by annual session and quite an interestAnd stalwart youths, old men and school Monday, Photograph Car. A. D. Taywr. Sixteen selling the best goods for the least ing time has been spent. Elba Bean nnd Ethel Westerfield matrons all flock in and buy Irora us teachers in attendance, the largest are new students in the Primary SEND tweve cents In postage money. because they know they will obtain number ever present in this county nt Bean stamps to 39 Corcoran Building, Washweek and this Plenty of com, hay and oats for a Colored Institute. The minutes of prices-Cal- l everything ington, D. C, nnd you will receive Irora a pin to a silk jn intermediate, your horse, next Week, at 0 L. Field's the meeting will appear in our next lour copies of Kate Fie d's WashingR D Walker matriculated in the dress stable. issue. Prof.0 M. Shultz addressed Co,,egiate Deplrtment Wednesday, ton, containing matter of special inIf you want conveyances to and the teachers last night and Dr. Alex- , of 0wensboro, was terest. Give name and address, and ' Mf j w & from Beaver Dam, next wtek, call on nnder will deliver an address . dcomi. visilor to the schoot. Wed-- where you saw this advertisement. ly C. L. Field. large force pump nnd seventy- - ntsdav. Fair and reasonable price. Born, to the wile ot Prot. E. R.Ray, five feet of hose have been purchased The R E c Society organized last Beaver Dam, September 13, a fine 10 by the enterprising business men of Tuesday with the following officers: FAIR & CO,, Market Street, with which to fight the Ida Render President, Ella Cox Vice pound girl. dust. It is a very great convenience j rresj,ient, Mabel Hubbard Secretary, (INCORPORATED) Remember that C. L. Field's 'Bus and money was raised Wednesday to ' Thomas Attorney, Ada Brown PROPRIETORS will meet all day trains at Beaver purchase another pump for the well ' Pre, Critic. Sallie Coleman Janitor, Katie Dam next week. on the comer at the Hartford House Coombes Assistant Janitor. Hartford Temple of Fashion. feet more of hose so Call at the Water Mill and get your and twenty-fiv- e Mrs. Fred Baruch, Miss Bessie that the street as far down as the CinRolls. Willc'ose our Carding Ma,' Mortiti, city, and Tillie Fran AT THE FAIR GROUNDS AT office can be effectually cinnati attended "X" Tuesday. chine in a few days. : Oh, yes! Hartford is .on sprinkled, The following officers were elected New fall goods, the latest, prettiest up grade. the for the Library Wednesday afternoon: and chcacst can be had bycalling on At Bells Run, last Sunday, the J. II. Wood, Librarian; Mabel HubMiss A. B. Lewis & Co. Rev. Cox; Joe Tom Taylor and Kit bard , Assistant Librarian ; J. L. B ro wn , at the Court House, Mas- Taylor were licensed to preach. Rev. Sergeant ter George Smith, the world famous Cox has been a member of the M. E. PREMIUM LIST The Premium List still stands at the fiont as the belt Revs. E. E. Pate and L. R. Barnett child musician. ' Church South and has been preaching attended General Exercises Tuesday inducement in the West for Fine Displays ot Horses and Cattle. RACE TRACK The Race Track has been improved every year until it Rolls, both white and mixed, lor for some time. He lately joined the morning. Bro, Pate treated the school is now the best halt-mil- e track in the country. . Baptist Church at Bells Run and on to one of his good talks. Call on Tracy & Son for groceries. sale nt Mill Store. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22,1893. SPEED RINGS New features and larger Purses characterize the Speed last Sunday was baptized and licensed J.'W. Ford & Co. C. Robb, of Hancock counMr. J. ' Call on W. 11. Williams when in Tom Taylor is Deputy ty, who has been nt his home on the Program, and places it above the high standard heretofore attained.-.- ' All W. H. Williams I.1.ADS. fine joung saddle as above. Joe Eon Sam.--- A Trotting is governed by the National Trotting Association Rules,, jaod.'jthe town. under Sheriff Stevens and nccount of sickness, returned Monday Running by tho American Racing Rules. Entries horse, cheap for cash. Apply to S. Sheriff in all Trots close Septeiii-.'j.-.y- ,, Stop at the Hartford Hou.se next has made quite a good oficial. Kit and has entered upon his work. Latest style Dress Trimmings nt A. Andkhson, Hartford, Ky. ' ber 1; Running Races the evening defore trial. . week. Fair Hros. & Co. Taylor is an enterprising farmer. It is 30 are 1 '2.7, 23, 29 and September Finest line of fancy nu common quite an uncommon occurrence tint HAM WITHOUT HOC, AT THIS FIRST DAY-TUESOCTOBER 3. ISverything in the grocery line, at cadies, wholesale nnd retail, all dur- three members of the same church nt the days for a pleasant time. FAIR. horses in this day's Raco to be owned in Daviess County.) (All Tarcy & Son's. . ing the Fair at W. H. Williams'. the same time should, be licensed to best two iu three .$100 The Ohio County Fair convenes 1 Trot; Tracy &Son want your eggs, butter is at his old stand Pace, the twrler, You can get the best buggies, the preach. 100 and chickens. .September 27 nnd continues four 2 Trot; free for all, best two in three ready to serve you. " 50 $ Running; halt mile dash, entrance added We acknowledge receipt of complibest rigs and conveyance, by leaving days. A inc. ATTRACTION' HAM'S SECOND DAY WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 4. Fine Crab Cider, Vinegar nnd Lard your orders with Cascbier & Burton. mentary tickets to the Ohio County m m i j .ftAA .1 IJSCTURIS M... .!.... M!..l viusa. nied. at W. II. Williams'. Fair, which convenes next Wednesxiui, itOJJ Those who attend the Fair will fare Joseph Condict Barnett, an old nnd 5 Pace; 2:25 class '. ..j;425'Q Dark Prints 5c. per yard at Fair Fair Hros. & Co. guarantee their well by calling on W. II. Williams day, the 27th, and continues 4 days. highly respected citizen of No Creek, 0 Running; three quarter mile dash, entrance added V.Ir.95 Dros. & Co. The coming meeting bids fair to even prices below competitors. "" !", for their staple and fancy groceries, THIRD DAY THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5. go beyond the high standard of ex died Sunday morning and was buried largest line ot kid Glovei at Fair Fresh Cocoanuts, Citrons, Figs and confectioneries nnd fruits.- . at Alexander on Monday at 100'clock. 7 Trot; 2:25 class '....$400 . cellcncc already attained by the ComBros. cS: Co. Raisins at W. II. Williams'. For the best of Photographs, call pany. The management have been The funeral exercises were under the 8 Running; one mile dash, entrance added .100 Post, G. 9 Trot; a stake for Newest clothing, Idlest styles nt '.:... .'."350 Dest $i.oo Lace or Button Shoe on on Photographer Smoot, over Red tireless in their efforts to make n suc- auspices of Preston Morton FOURTH DA Y FRIDAY, OCTOBER 0. Fair Uros. & Co. Front. He guarantees good work. cessful event and their work has been A. R. Mr. Barnett was a prominent earth at Fair Bros. & Co. , $5()0 Call on him and be convinced. rewarded already by the assurance of man, and prosperous in business. He 10 Trot; 2:30 class AN, opportunity ot a lifetime-Ha- m's " Trade is booming in. Fair Bros. & 11 Five furlong heat; best two in three, entrance added 100 was an earnest christian and a leadfine exhibits in every department. lecture. The Fnir the Ohio County Fair--but Co.'s Millinery Department mile dash, entrance added '150 ing light in the No Creek M. E. 12 Running; one and the fairest thing on e irth is the The attendance also promises to be Church, of which he was a g FIFTH DAY SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7. Stop at the Commercial Hotel durFresh Dried Beef, Bologna Sausage fair feed you can get for y ur horse at very large. '. 13 Trot; free for all $600' ing Futr week. member. t nnd Cheese at W. H. Williams'. Cosebier & Burton's stable. 14 Pace; free for all 300 i He was the father of a large family at the Comllest accommodations All the latest novelties in Ladies 75' among them, Finley Barnett, who 15 Running; threequartermile'daeh entrance added The ruling of the Fair Company mercial Hotel. 16 Ruuuiue; one mile heats, best two in three, entrance added 200 Hats found at Fair Bros. & Co. died when a young man, Capt. Andrew that no pass tickets are to be given When you come to the Fair, visit Barnett, killed during the war by the Farmers needing large bills of goods out will be new toour people, and has Premium Lists, Speed Programmes, Entry Blanks, and all other informa & Co. Carson James boys, George W. Barnett, a tion, will be iurnished on application to tne (secretary at Owensboro, Ky. should visit Fair Bros. & Co. already created considerable unfavorprominent preacher living in CaliforDon,'t stop until you sec Fair Dros. able comment, J.'W. CARTER, Seoretaiy. To the Unptlut Church" onil 1'rritcli. nia, W. B, Barnett, a prominent For Lemonade and Milkshake go to & Co. 's Clothing. em oroiiloC'oiinly. Messrs Bacr & Green aro the lessees of all privileges. , W. H. Williams during the Fair. Barber Pace is making more money Dkar Brkthkkn: The Ohio Coun- preacher in Ohio, and Col. C. M. Gate's Jeans, Yarns, I.indsey found than anybody. Week before last be ty Baptist Minister's Institute appeal- Barnett, of Owensboro The three Milk shake, lemonade and cider at only at Fair Hros. & Co. sold his shop here to a couple of ed to you on the 12th of July last to last named, with Mrs. Fannie Taylor Tracy & Son's during the Fnir. young men from Faith, Ky., for $125, Trustees, hce W. A. Gibson and take collections in your respective and Mrs. Wood Tinsley, are the livand this week he bought it back for buy what the law requires. Bob Daniel, Beaver Dam, is recovChurches for the benefit of our Liter- ing children. Peace to his ashes, ' $75- Oranges, Hannnnasand lemons nt ering from his recent sickness. ature Fund and forward the same to Remember the date! Tho Ohio Tracy & Sons' during the Fair. a nice me, as its agent, for the purchase ol County Fair convenes September 27. Everybody wants The Hartford House oilers the best gratuious disLm m Tracy anil Son will serve fresh accommodation during the Fair. pair of Shoes for the Fair. religious literature for quarterly meetRemember that the Ohio County tribution. The next Oysters during the fair in ail styles. Sohapmire will sell you a Take a good square meal at the ing is only about one month off and Fair begins next Wednesday and congood pair for $1. Ask to see our Clothing. Commercial Hotel during Fair week. notwithstanding there are 27 Baptist tinues four days. Carson & Co. The Fairl Oh, the Ohio County preachers and largely over four thousHear Hon. H. W. J. Ham at the ' line of dress goods Ohio county, not one The prettiest and Baptists in Court House, September 28th and Fair! cent has been received by me for this that can be found is at Carson & Co. 29th. purpose since our meeting in July To the Farmers. See the Millinery Goods just opened We are before you again with the last. Now, this personal appeal is to For Bananas, Oranges, Lemons by Miss Sara Collins at Carson & Co. and flHv-2BHah; kinds of fruit, goto W. H. best selected tfjfck of groceries ever urge you to immediate action, that The cures of the Tobacco, Opium brought to Hartford. We have exert- we may have time to procure the Mrs. R. J. Daniel, Beaver Dam, has Williams. ed every effort to buy at the lowest much needed literature for our next mid Drink Habit, wrought by Hill's been quite sick for some time, but is' W.H. Williams wants your produce cash price, and intend at all times to meeting at Beaver Dam in October Chloride of Gold Tablets, is one of now improving. and will pay the highest price, either give our customers the advantage of next We pray you to net immeadi-atel- y the marvels of modern therapeutics. HAM is undoubtedly the great- cash or trade. and forward to tne at once, at All druggists sell them and you need the same. We pay the highest prices not suffer no longer. est lecturer in the world. Come and Hartford. J. S. Colkman, prices and best terms for producecash or, groceries. The lowest . hear him. Agt. O. C. B. M. I. Any time you need anything in our on School furniture and apparatus, UreM Hallwny Clk line we will be very glad to wait on With ita branches running1 Jin every EVERYBODY WILL BE AT THE see W. Gibson. Come to the Fair. you and guarantee the lowest prices direction, are the arteries HAM ISNTISRTAINMRNT NKXT ; COME to the Valr prepared to hear and the best Quality of goods. which convey the blood to every part WiSRK. the greatest lecturer on earth Hon. Attention Friend. Very Resp'y, of the system. A cold, sudden change To avoid delay address all business Remember that Miss Sara Collins, H. W. J. Ham. Strvrns & Collins. or exposure Hiay cause poisonous achjs "HORSE-SHOEIN,: G letters and matter for publication to the experienced Milliner, Is with Cartoclog the circulation, and then'comes Tell your friends that W. H. WillHartford, Ky. the RurunLiCAN, son & Co, lie Preache rtt Liberty. iams' is the cheapest grocery in town Rheumatism. Beware! If yoa- - value Our neighbor, the Herald, was mis try him and see. your life, remove the obstruction : Visit Miss Dennett at Fair, Bros. & Everybody will be nt tho Fair. taken when it said that Rev. E. E. with Drummond's Lightning Rem, Co. She is posted In regard to the staple and Pate would start to Conference Everything found in edy. You can get it in large bottles latest In hats and Dress Goods. ; ' Town Tattler says: fancy grocery line will le found at Bro. Pate does not start till Tuesday, will be sent to lawyers were tilklng the oth- at your druggists, or it Some and expects to fill his regular appointJ. W. Ford is having a nice veran- W. H. Williams'. you by express, if you send to" ' ilic ments at Liberty Saturday and Sun- er day about their ideas of a home and da built to his residence on Mill . Buy the LONG BRANCH hat, in day. The people are cordially invited one of the pictures drawn is some- Drummond Medicine Co., 48.50 doing the Street. W. II. Mauzy is Agents' fur and satin crowns, the latest. Fair to be present at these sen-icething like this: A fine farm of sever-n- l Maiden Lane, New York. as they . work. Bros. & Co. have them. hundred acres, in a high state of wanted. m are the last of the Conference year. pi Mrs. W. 1 Brown, Rochester, was 14,000 to be distributed in premBro. Pate is quite popular with all cultivation, well furnished with fine We are in receipt of an invitation taken suddenly last Thursday with to be present at the dedicatory exer- our people, and it is hoped he will be atockt the farm being near a city of iums during tho coming Fair. This 3 enter- spinal meningitis and fears are returned to this circuit another year. considerable sUc, ftom which a turn- alone assures a fine exhibition of stock cises of the Cumberland Presbyterian talned for her recovery. pike made its way past the farm a. Church, Owensboro, during the week The celebrated Wehrleys Silver Do you read the testimonials pub- fine house on a sugar loaf and the The rarest musical treat ever offer September 24 to October 1. This is lished in beh alf 'of Hood's Sarsapa. wholev.hing facirg a river of liquor! Cornet Band VUl be d hand to make fr4 Ped to the people of Hartford is that to the church of which Rev. J. R. Crawthe coming Ohio Couuty . ford is pastor and the week's exercis- rilla? They are thoroughly reliable It is needless to say that he carried mutio lor j& be had at the Court House , and worthy of your confidence. off the honors. . jlCome out and hear the boy musician! es promise to be very interesting." utiiimrmmm!mmamK ' ,'i.UP r.4-- Look nt Knhn'c fina clothing. The newest clothing at Kahn's. , , "ai. y ywan'iim in .;" iwuj.tjMAfcaiMj-j-smii- i tafit '' Beaver Dam firrt-clas- DEPOSIT BANK ?- -- n, faiE& A. , .... W Cur-rollto- n. - Hood's x Cures to-da- y BAXTD OF Ohio County Fair. FAIR MAIDENS A Ride. nt Some fine Buggies a t special on AT A Hooker Co." CI. DAVIESS COUNTY FAIR! DRCH TODD, J W CARTER, 7, fOWENSBORO5 OCTOBER 3, 4, 5, 6 AND 1893', To-nig- s. ' DAY, .' t iiiicc-uiiuui- u ...... ...... ... three-year-ol- ds one-quart- life-lon- Get your ticket for the Ham Lecture early. J. D. J WILLIAMS Ham at the Court House September 28 and 29. General - Blacksmith -- i i and-vein- s All kinds of Repairing. done on short' 7 notice and at most reasonable rates. A' SPECIALTY. to-da- Agent for the Kansas City Complete Circuit, All Steel, Mounted Hay Press,;; Disc Harrpws, Osborne Mowers and s ke.H- - ; ', t. -- THE REPUBLIC A $ ffypg f jPsrcttYTirv rmri HP. ftvX7 -3MBOXX -3i FOB. 5 , ' ( $; .w. t fl . " ' t ft , MW',- y Hhrtford Kepublicun FRIDAY, dEPfEVIBER 22, 1893 'YOU'VF, NTOI.KX MY HEART." BY (5K0R0K V. OALI?. upon the wage earners to take action the every day literature on which we purchase at once. This is the time and oppor- depend to a great extent for informa- initial of actments. tunity, nnd the occasion is an urgent' tion and entertainment. one Protection of American labor, Protection of Wages, Protection of Homes iir.MUCHsux-i'A- Nr You've stolen my licnrt; in a moment ungunnletl I glanced in those eyes, then the mischief was done; But the sweet thrill of pleasure that first look afforded, Repays me for all that I've lost you've won. You've stolen my heart and 'tis now in your keeping, Perhaps you would smile if my secret you knew, If you could but discover that waking or sleeping Sly poor heart's imprisoned, held captive by you. You've stolen my heart, yet I fear to reveal it, I suppose I am timid, true courage I lack: I can blame but myself, 1 allowed you to steal it, And I dare not complain, for you might give it back. To llnlnnii, ttrtillriiirn. amkuican hconomist. The Committee of Ways and Means has announced that it will receive hearings from manufacturers and all others who are interested in maintaining our existing tariff during a period of two weeks. One week has almost passed. We are informed on the very liest of authority that there are but few Protectionists who intend to submit any statements of their cases to the Committee, believing that it will be simply a waste of time to do so This is just what the Committee wants, and then it will have the excuse to offer that manufacturers made no presentation, hence it was impossible for the Committee to know what was required of them, for the laborers or for the country at large. There must le no more delay, brother protectionists. The situation is black enough, God knows, but we must not give away in despair. We have Southern domination in the Committee, but lei us not submit to having a Force bill tariff thrust upon us. Bestir yourselves. There is no time to be lost. Go one, go all before the Committee. Compel them by your presence to grant a longer ienn for the gearings. Do not give them the opportunity to say that you were not sufficiently interested in your own business to attend, and that if you do not care, why should they? Remember that there are other interests at stake besides those of yourself and the individual members of the firm to which you1elong. Your wage earners are 'dependent upon you. They 'regard you as their leader. They expect you to take every possible step to prevent Free Trade. It is your duty to do so. You are in a measure morally responsible to them, to their wives and to their families as well as to your own. Make haste, gentlemen. Pack your grips at once. Iet there be no delay. Start immediately for Washington and state to the Ways and Means Committee your own case and that of your workmen whom you represent. The Britishers were there. Prompt- ly on hand at the first day's hearing of the Ways and Means Committee were the representatives of the farmThey came with ers of Bermuda. the sanction of their Government, and with the approval of the British Government and of Her Majesty Queen Yictoria. It would seem almost as if "Cousin Ben" Folsom had recently been lecturing in Bermuda. These Britishers explained how their farmers had suffered under American Protection, and how they, the foreign producers, had topayourimportduty. This seemed to stagger the Free Trade members of the committee who belong to the ignoramuses that pretend that the American consumers pay the duty. But the Britishers would have none of this. They came out in their blunt fashion and said the producers paid it, that it was uo tax upon the consumers. They said they shipped everything they jh ssibly could to the United States and wanted to slap more, and Southern members of the committee learned that Bermuda potatoes came in direct competition with Southern potatoes. What a hollow mockery this sitting was on Monday! What a dead give away! The Britishers scented from afar a possible new or better market when "the party of Free Trade" should be in power, and the Britisher was the first to swoop down upon the poor American corpse, seeking to tear ofT its pound of flesh while any flesh was left, and before any other foreigners were able to gobble up our trade. Besides the manufacturers, the wage earners are equally and as directly interested in this subject of Free Trade. To every wage earner employed in an industry in which the Tariff may be reduced the change .simply means a corresponding reduction in the rate of wages. That is why the wage earners need protection. No matter what they may have done in the past, or how they may have voted at the last election, the American Protection Tariff League stands ready to help them Wc urge the wage earners of the United States ortheir representatives, or both, to go bifore the Ways nnd Means Committee at Washington and demand Protection for American labor, demand it for their homes, for their wives and little ones. The offices of this Ieage are at their disposal for purposes of meetings to arrange their plans and lay out their course of action. If necessary we will go with But we urge them to Washington, to-da- .Vntirr. movement of the Church of Christ of Ohio county will meet with the congregation at Auti-occommonly known as the Taylor-fiel- d congregation, this county, on September 29th and 30th. All the The iinf ol Hlmiilp I.iniKiinKO. congregations of the county are hereNEW YORK I.l'.IHSKH. by requested to send delegates to said What a pleasant thing it would be meeting as there will be business to if people would make a practice of tans.ict at this meeting of vital imusing more simple language. Every portance. M. F. Sharp, Cl'k. little while one picks up a book or a paper in which there are articles on WEST I'OJ.VI". Miss Oina Tichenor, of Hefiin, is every day topics, the language of which is as stilted and out of the spending a few days with friends an 1 common as a careful scanning relatives in this neighborhood. of the dictionary can make it. There Elio Patterson, of Dallas, Tex , is is something rather absurd in the hab- visiting friends and relatives in this it that many persons fall into of us- neighborhood. ing expressions and Miss Mollic James was the guest of expessions to express the her cousin, Mary James, of Point commonplaces of life. It does not add Pleasant, last week. n the least to the interest of the sub Miss Emma Brown, ol Livermore.is ject if one has to look up the dic the guest of her sister, Mrs. Andrew tionary and find out what half a doz- Buskill. en words in a short article mean. 'intt-ri-HOl firm-m- l One may say that it is so much of In 1820 the Udited States had three an educator, but that argument hard ly holds good. Simple, short words inhabitants to the square mile ol area; put together without effort and affec- in 1890 there were twenty. The piece of money taken by Peter tation, are much more pleasing to a well trained intelligence than the from the mouth of the fish in order to complicated and obscure phtases so pay the Government poll tax was an employed. Uneducated people can imperial stater of silver worth about comprehend articles written in sim- 25 cents. ple language, and the most learned In 1S16 the first right prefers them. of settlers on public lauds was passed professor infinitely There is a great demand for simplicby Congress, not, however, without ity and directness in all lines, and in much opposition. This act allowed nothing is this more desired than in settlers on public domain the right to Nothing impresses the human mind with greater admiration for the ingenuity and progressive arts of mankind than by a comparison of the present activity of a social, commercial and mechanical locality with the crude state of its former existence in earlier times. Such were the thoughts that surged through my mind one day while leaning against the massive pillars which support that elegant structure known as the Henderson Court House. I rememliercd that according to information gleaned from some former text-boo- k that on this same knoll from which the magnificent Court House dome o'crlooks the surrounding city, once stood the rude cabin on the roof of which "Uncle Dick" sought refuge from the ferocious wolves and held them at bay by the doleful screech of "Yankee Doodle" on his old red violin. I could not help thinking thatcould as Uncle Dick now be "awakened" was Rip Van Winkle his amazement would be even greater than was Rip's bewilderment when he inquired in vain for his companions nnd learned that he was a citien of the United States instead of a subject to his Majesty King George the Third. Instead of lx?ing confiontctl by the bleik desolation of an Ohio Valley clearing he would now be surrounded by countless numbers of glittering spires and The dismal smoking chimneys. howl of the gaunted wolf an the s clattering of the startled fawn have given way to the shriek of the locomotive and the ceaseless turmoil of an enterprising city. Even the placid Ohio most beautiful river! no longer flows in calm serenity as in the days of yore, unbroken save by the splashing of aquatic fowl's and the red man's bark canoe, for now its gleaming waters are shadowed by the gigantic suspension bridge which spans its banks and the peaceful ttanqnility of its rippling bosom is hourly disturbed by the merciless lashingsof the steam "men" of commerce and trafic. Here, within almost a stone's throw of this, once isolated, spot has lived some of the greatest men that it has been the. State's honor and glory to produce. Not only has this been the home of Kentucky's present Chief F.xccutive, but also that of the world renowned naturalist, John J. Audubon, whose with national fame exists that of Louis Agassiz. Such being transformation of the past, what may we expect when time has repeated itself, but here we draw the line, having reached the limits from which the imagination is prone to lead us into the mvstic realms of phantasy, and close the curtain by bowing in obeisance to Him whose will is law. Mr. Micauhkk. 1 hoof-beat- axi iiit:Nt:vr. of Niia.ir iJr.m- - Nrliinil. District, No. 86, for the month ending September S. I.ula Rains loo, Prouin Rains loo, Lee Rains 99, Lnwson Rains 98, Manassa Rains too, Mary Rains 99, Christiana Rains 91), Ella Son ells 99, l'rank Sorrells .9S, Ernest Sorrells 100, Oscar Baize 95, Arthur Baize too, Simon Simpson 99, Frank Simp son too, Hardin Simpson 100, Warren Simpson 100, Ilona Sanson 100, j Sarah Simpson 98, Verona Allen 99, Jerome Allen 100, Buck Allen 98, Walter Allen 97, Tom Allen 99, Bettic Allen 98, Alice Evans too, Ollie Johnson o, Cltttdc Davis 100, Granville Stewatt 99. Guy Stewart 99, John Crowe 99, Harrison Crowe 99, John Renfrew loo, Lorcno Renfrew 98, Mana Renfrew too, John C. Reti-Iro97, Florence Renfrew 98, James Renfrew 100. Edward Renfrew 98, Donna 93, Ela Beck 97, Dudley Heck ioo, Pernola Beck 100, Ida Dougherty 95 Belle Daughcrty 97, l.izie Rcnftow 99. Ida Finley 100, Florence Finley 100, Georgiana Fin-le93, Austin Morris 97, Gordon Morris 96, Dee Morris ioo, Martha Morris 99, Cova Morris oj, Jimin'e Morris 100, Clarancc MorrN 98. Ronna Morris 93, Lcrona MotrU 99 Nirrrii! Ror.r.us, Teacher. w H.-c- k Hrri y Hrnf li al llcmiflelil. Death has again entered our home and plucke.l from our midst one of its cheerful imiuUs in the person of Ollie, the sixteen yiar old son ol John M and Martha A. White, after an illness of two weeks ol brain lever. Ollie was born May the 20, 1877 and died Sept 11,1893. At his father's death, when he was a small loy, he became his widowed mothers sole sup-por- t and manfully too, did hedischarge the duties imposed upon him. Yes, it is even so, his place in the home circle is vacant The Schoolhouse and play ground will welcome him uo more. His books arc laid aside and Ollie is at lest. Wc feel that we have made a grave too cold and deep for him. Yet we console ourselves by remembering that our loss is his eternal gain. A precioiu one frjni 11.1 has gone, A voice we loved is still, A place is vacant in our home, Which never can be filled. pod called our Ollie ba:k to him, The boon his love hid given And though his body in v.ild.-r-j hero. His soul is safe in Heaven. Viifr.u:. One word describesit "perfection." Wc refer to De Wilt's Witch Hazel Salve, which cures obstinate sores, burns, skin diseases and is a well known cure for piles. L. B. Bean. The h, l. The Javeuesc manner of settling quintets is original. Win u one man Floating islands ntc by no means has ollenik'd another llielnjined pitty rare, but uu unusually queer one is gives notice th it he is angry by 'located in Cranberry lake, near Aiden, drawing in the sand bclorc the door N. Y,' Some years ago, in order to r of the oflen ter n circle With A straight keep the island from floating down One reason why Scolt's Emulsion of Pure Not af--I tine across it, indicating that his the stream, it was attached to the lection, which would have lieen eterwcgian Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphitcs of Lime mainland by a hawser, in nearly the t nal, ha 1 been cut in two. Friends of and Soda ias had such a large sale is because it is same manner as nil ocean steamer is both patties the.i shut them up. Thev tied to a dook. The old h iwscr still j "Almost as palatable as milk;" but the best reason is parley awhile nnd then pretend to be remains tied to a tree, and is the obthat its curative properties are unequalled.' It cures born again, prattle as little children ject of inu.li interest to visitors. and finally as uic.i reconciled the cough, supplies the waste of tissues, produces A chemist computes that ,nt the nnd embrace. Should one be refracflesh and builds up the entire system. present market value the average hu- tory and refuse to 1)2 conciliated he man cadaves contains something like iso3tracised by t!i 0:11 uu lity so Scott's Kmultlon ouroa Coughs, Colds, Consumption, Scrofula, $18,000 worth of calcium. Hut, like effectually that ho is soon biought to and all Anaemio and Wasting the fabulous values of aluminum in terms. It is just possible that Diseases. Provonts wasting In clay, or gold in sea water, the cost of nitr enlii'lltdlpd ohlldron. Almost a palatable a iiiiir.it onii. milk. Get only the genuine, extraction at present prevents nil shier this uicthol better than knockby Heott A Ilowne, Chemists, New would-b- e profit to the enterprising down arguments and certainly much York. Hold by all Druggists. manufacturcts, and the schools of cheaper than going to law. anatomy will have 110 immediate cause for alarm as regards commercial Statk op Ohio. City o:' Tousdo ) J Li'cas County. competition. Frank J. Chunky uinkrs oath that Tiic Germans have a legend th.it Frederic Darbnross.i is not dead, but in he is the senior partner oftlie firm Is It possible a Top Buggy with Silver - plated Dash Rati, Scat Rail, .Handles, an enchanted sleep in a cavern in the of F.J.Ciikxiiv & Co , doing business Hub Bands and Shaft Tips, for above price t x Hart, mountains. His long led beaid in the Cityol Toledo Ohio, County and n is believed to have grown during this State aforesaid, and that said firm will o w H m P long cuchaiitmc.it until it covers the pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of table at which he sits and descends-to o s w t? the fljjr Hi h h been t'.iero for. cen- Catarrh that cannot be cured by v-- E the use of Hai.i.'s Cr.Ritn Ct'RK turies a id miHt remain for centuries FRANK J. CIIENIJY. still, but he will flit illy lu IYcjI, so Suoru to before me nnd subscribed W the legjiidsiy. i le.il !iU k'l'jhtft 68 3 O y O in my presence, this the 6th day of to a gljnous victory. December, A. 1). 1886. The geologists tell 111 tint the the nticeAtur ol the noble A V. CLEAiO.V, SJ8 horse of was but little larger Write for our New 80 page Catalogue of all kinds of Vehicles. than the coiiiiu u rabbit of and Notary Public. Aiiuress that eich had sixteen toes, four 0:1 Hal's ICatarrh Cure is taken interSOUTHERN BUGGY each foot, the same as the cattle of nally and acts directly on the blood CINCINNATI, OHIO. U. S. A-After the l.ipsj of 11,513 this au.l mucous sin faces of the system. sixteen-hojlee.pras shel a toe or Send for testimonials, fiec. hoof from each foot and thus became F. J. CIIKNKV & CO , Toledo, O. a twelvc-loet- l animal. The sixteen-hoofe- d eeirSoltl by all druggists, 7(c. variety are first found in the eocene perio of geological epochs. If j on can n fiord to be annojed by The Welsh in the United States sick headache and constipation, don't claim th.it they are in e De Witt's Little Farly Risers lor as their countrymen in Wales, and hey will cure them. L. IK Hkan. they also claim that one of their anmm a cestors forestalled Columbus in the FITS. All fits stopped fiec by Dr. discovery of America by 272 years. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. No They ba;e their assertions 011 histori fits after first day's use. Marvelous cal traditions and the manuscripts of Trmllvi mill ft? tv tri.il linltta rnm old Welsh bards on the one hand.and free to Fit cases. Send to Dr. Kline, i the ptevalence of Welsh in many 931 Aith St , l'hila., I'a. For sale by of the languages of the Indians, both all druggists; call on yotirs. 36 ly of South and North America, on the other. All the talk in the world will not ' A S:icntiliic writer says that night convince you so quickly ns one trial is the time which nature utilizes for ol De Witt's Witch Hael Salve for the growth of plants and animals: scalds, burns, bruises, skin afTeciion L. II. Hi:.s. and piles. cliildien grow more rapidly during the night. In the daytime the sysItulrw lo I In- - orlif fair. am a xv tem is kept busy disposing of the am. .aw at tv Ta ajmtii r w as amm n ammr i Call on agents ofthe Ixniisville, St. r IT g wastes consequent on activity, but Louis and Texas Railway before n 9--. in. ?17 Diyour ticket to Chicago. while asleep the system is free to extend its operations beyond the rect connection made with all lines via Louisville. Good st rvicc nml best mere replacing ol worn out particles, of attention shown to passengers. hence the rapid growth. This is why For futther information address II. C. MoUDt'15. invalids need so much rest and sleep. Asvt (',. V A.. Louisville, Ky. GHKAT VALUK FOK LITT K MONKY. WKKKLY NEWS OV THE lie routii irictt. up - stw Tho other day Johnnie's mother told Ignorance ofthe merits of De Witt's him ho could K" out and piny for an Little Karly Risers is a misfortune. WOULD FOR A TRIFLE. hour. Ah bo trotted around tho corner These little pills regulate the liver, tbreo young men, nil of whom ho know, cure headache, dyspepsia, bad breath, hailed him. Johnnie hopped over to constipation and bilhousness. where they were ninl then Raw that nn L II ItKAN. old, b.ittore-- hat lay on the sidewalk. you kick?"' inquired tho "Johnnie, can A twenty-fou- r page journal, is the leading Republican family paper in CUT U QCiUtT. first young man. uon ii 4C11TIT1. the United States. It i filled with interesting reading matter for every "C'n I? Well, I guess." "You can't kick ns far as Willio," said member of a country family. It is u NATIONAL FAMILY i'AFER, ami tho kccoud young man. "Hiin!" answered Johnnio with great gives nil tho general news of the United States ami the world. Il gives the scorn, "I c'n kick fiirng'n h liiin. I got-tbigger foot'n him and more inns'." events of foreign lauds m a nutshell. Its AGRICULTURAL department "Willio kicked that old hat across the tho third young man. lm no superior in the country. slrcet," declared Its MARKET REPORTS are recognizee! "I c'n kick it aurust tho street 'n over authority in ull parts of the land. It has separate departments for THE tho fence." "RatH1." chorused all three young men. FAMILY CIRCLE and OUR YOUNG FOLKS. Its HOME AND YEAR8 FOR Johnnio lost no more tiiuo in wordH. Ho went ut tho hat with n run and plantHas led all Worm Remedies. SOCIETY columns command the admiration of wives and daughters. Its ed his fitotng.-tiusti- t with all his strength. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. 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