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TERMS mm, hm. fart? in the fourth congressional district, $1.25 Per Annum, la Adranci. VOL. Yl. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1893. NO. 14. PROFESSIONAL 0". Ed-wi- n taiMtej SfaM JwubC Loots jfontrWMUi - a Doctor." It Is said, when Dr. Fanner as llV W. D. !IOWKM.'S. aerts Mi Golden Itc llef cure InBamma. Hon in any form and as wtU when rlr.a I. In & drop doses on a lump of sugsr one She hung the cage at the window; In X hours In sore-thro"If he goes by," she said, bronchitis nil consumption, "He will bear my robin singing;; lr when sppJIed ex And when he litis his head In fresh cnta. V A tUPJ I bruises and bursa. I 6hnll be sitting here to sew "lie is trying w fei Aud he will bow to me I know." for himself tha hard -v'"I?ifai'"5ft earned money of las The tobin sang a lovc-swennrom. neonls." song, Ue Impossibilities." "lit is trying to play nil The young man raised his head; wily trick upon tha unfortunatt poor." "Ha minks the boh amnion will wlii." "Ila would The maiden turned away and blushed, proQt out of the mlafortunei of tha weak and "I am a tool!" she said, afflicted." "Ha know, tha dread of tha rrar.. and that tha sinking man will catch at straws,' And when on embroidering in silk terete. rabit, white as milk. A pink-cye- d Wall, this Is quits an Indictment, uttered by tha pcMlmlal, tha misanthropist, tha atll II. wiaher.lf not tha aril door. Dr. Fanner la awara that Ihta sentlmenLwlll ba put to ths front, ay The young man loitered slowly ttKxo who are Jcaloua of bla success. It has By the house three timer-- that day; mada him hesitate long befor consenting ta aka the people Into his confidence and "tell tha bird from the witidow; truth." It has made him delay, until ha could She took her "He need not look this way," orer tnd orer again that ha was rttht, Now tbst boinairshe Is rlfht, sat at her-pianlong, shall be be manly snd hare the courage of his She song. Sighed nnd played n death-sa- d conrlctlons or shall ho fear the "breath of alas-der,- " "hide his light under a bushel" and allow tha army of eonsumpllrrs to continue their Dut when the day was done she said: march to death without Interposing his strong d arm to obstruct the progress of "the grim "I wish that he would come! reaper" I Dr. Fenner chooses tha manly Remember, Mary, if he calls eourae. No narcotic, or mineral poison.. Safe To-nig. and certain. Nercrdlaappolnts. One tablespoon-tu- l I'm not at home," doM cures La Grippe. Money refunded If satSo when he rang, she went, the elf, isfaction not ftlien. Take home a bottle "IfithttvpiiUyaJ CAPIIK'K, uKj .' u JJZT6M VI She went and let him in herself. Tfre Quarterly Register of . Jo, III. They sang full long together Their songs love sweet, death sad; The robin woke Irom his slumber And rang out clear and glad, "Nowgol"shecooIly said, "'tis late," And followed him to latch the gate. He took the rosebud from her hair, While "you shall not!" she said; He closed her hand within his own, And, while her tongue forbade, Her will was darkened in the eclipse Of binding love upon his lips. . Oaw Slagle Copies, F.rTaar, alffPnPMll . . fl.tO VJUUUlClIF i.qq Be..Te1.B, HIKfljfM' SkfSL '. U nif "A at I. KMT ccaaaa 1.4 klrtMlnt JmIM l.&.llloTf., '" tukt, ,l cMpui.-r- ts. SCHU4AN. Un.ll UiMtH,. W. T. HKk nhl .Hauls Itntfk .bk ,U ' m. I a. m rticsuifiriiHi. $i,s. Aji,m CUItngftT HlITOriy, ccraoir, mich., u. a, a. ""' - ii CHEROKEE STRIP. To Know IT AL- L- An Intorosting Account ot ' of tho Opening otTbia Seotion. 't la caxy cnotijih if you only TOLII IIY AN OHIO rOUKTY HOY. Wc d1vu the know how. Having seen nnd read so much jirnhlcin in tliQ about the opening of the Cheokee i Strip that is absolutely false and misLouisville leading, I have concluded, thinking it might be of interest to the people of Ohio county, to write a short descripTho l)rip.lilct nml newsieet a tion of the opening and. the preparaSfiul your per In Kentucky. tory proceedings that led up to the adctrcfia on u jmuial card. You day upon which was to take place the can have a sample copy mightiest rush for land that the world ever saw. In order that one might qualify himself to take hand, provid-ed he was otherwise qualified, he had to repair to one of the regitration booths, of which there were nine, four on the South side and five on the North side, and make a declaratory statement to which he made oath, that he was entitled to take land in accordance with the President's proclamation, upon which he would receive a certificate of registration. As fl. easily earned by an one of either ex In any lart of the country, who I. willing to work ludui. a matter of course the crowds at these .trlouilr at the employment whlrli we fumlili. ,1'lie labor la light and pleasant, and you run no places of registration were large, and risk whalerer. We lit you out complete, so that you can glre tha business a trial without expense this naAirally subjected the people to ito yourself. For those willing lo do a Utile work, a great deal of inconvenience, as they UliU Is the grandest oVr made. You can work lldsr, or In tneerenlng only. If you are em. cloyed, and ha a few spare hour, at your dls. had to form alincand take their turn, wial, ullUie theinr'and add to )Our Income, great number ur business wilt not lulerftre at all. You will and on account of the be amased on the start atllie rapidity and ease some of them had to stay in line upon dollar, day In and by which you amass dollar day out. ,Ien beginners are sucrestful from the quite a while. first hour. Any one can run Hie business none fall. You should try nothing else until you see. Your correspondent stayed in line for yourself, what you can do at he badness ' which risked. Women are ir offer. No capital they make as much twenty four hours, and many .others grand workers; nowadays stayed in line twice that long. But as men. They should trr this business, as It li so well adapted to them. Write at once and see for during all this needless worry and CO., yourself. Address II. IIAI.T.KTT Do H0, 1'ortland, Me. bother the crowd was orderly, that is they were good humored, and took every thing as a matter of course. Quite a number of the men had revolvers buckled to them and now and then you would see a woman with one buckled to her, but for all this show ot bravado they did not strike terror into the heart of any. As fast as the people got through registering Pat-- ; they began to scatter themselves sot business conducted for Moor n atc rris. Oua Ornecta oapoairc.U. S. pTsrr Ornet along tbelinc, or at convenient places,-wherand we can secure patent In less time than those remote from Washington. they could get plenty of water, Send model, drawing or photo., with descrlp- Uon. Wa adflse. If patentable or not, free of for water was very scarce, owing to not due till patent Is secured. Our fee A SauniLCT, "How to Obtain Patents," with the dry weather. Nearly all of the cesi of same M the U. S. and foreign countries; sent bee. Address, water to be had had to be bought at from 'five cents a dtink to five cents a bucket full. The gathering on the line kept going on until the morning of the opening sawabout two hundred thousand people gathered on the border of the, long sought land. Of these about; ope hundred and fifty thousand were home seekers, and alt told there was probably not more than homes thousand of enough for seventy-fiv- e &WI T At klrRaaai I? libera, as there werg onlyaboutthirty- ,...aj. seven thousand quarter 'sections -ot - ITT land in the- striprXBut there were the OWESmWNtMnrHLES. n sues thatgave nomes to' neany ipany or more than the part3"saght aURB arid CtRTAIN OUR! A out or this lmawnfrlB)rasrssthRItT arming;purposcs. 11 LIS. tsfflBastM'ejlhome seekers, --.with sTaWCBW CO.. ST. tOlla. tnfut by aJKaUMaM ad( there "were so fewfioweMiWbe Civ I, For The .ASKING. ONE DOLLAR EVERY HOUR bound tobcquitcauumberdisaypolnt' cd nnd your correspondent was one of them. As the hour of openfng drew Our friends not only in Hartford but ucarcrnnd nearer the great throng elsewhere arc rcqucstedito make congrew more restless and they .were tributions to this column. Give your hurrjing this way and that way, seek- name each time as a proof of good ing every- - advantage possible to be faith. We should like to have "Do had in the start. You could see most You Knows" from all the neighborevery kind of vehicle imaginable and ing towns. Send in by Wednesday, equally as many iHfTerentphrasesof huroRltNVII.I.K. manity. Of all the places I ever saw That J. S. Field attended church to study human nature I think that Sunday night? it was the best. Something like a That Jack Smith is tired of living quarter of an hour before the time set a bachelor? 1 for the opening the crowd settled, That Prof. S. W. Pale says "kid each one having selected what he thought to be the best place from threshing" is expensive? That Dr. Jones.of Dcaliefield, makes which to make the start. Every thing ready and every one was on regular trips to Fordsvillc? was now the alert aud on the lookout for the That Win . Miller goes to see a certain young lady every night in the. signal that was to be given. For miles each way from where week and Sunday for a rarity? cLllAI.VO. yodr correspondent started it was one solid mass, and yet in all this great That Jack Miller is looking old? crowd and as exciting as the novelty That one of our prettiest girls has of the situation was, the order was left? good, and when finally the signal That Buel Wood would like to gun was fired and the great rush had marry? begun there was not, as has been reThat Charlie Baker gets prettier ported by some of the papers, a general discharge of revolvers all along every day? Why Miss Alice Eudaley likes to the line, but on the contrary the order was execptionly good. Every come to town? body seemed to be attending strictly That C. G. Kimbley is the happiest to thicr own business. There may man Irving have been, and doubtless was, in That Dr. G. I,. Everly says he likes some instances foul means used to get Cased-bie- r best? possession of a particularly good piece Why M. F. Kimbley did not come of land, but from start to finish I nev- to town last week? er saw any" thing out of the way in That Marvin Everly is the best any one. And as for the cow boys horse trader in town? banding toge thcr to take hand in the That the "head light" Worth still interest of the great cattle men, as lets his light shine? has been reported by some of the pa That we had a ratification over the pers, it is the merest "bosh and twad nuptial? die." The would-b- e settler did suf- Kimbley-Casebifer to some extent for water, as it That a certain voung lady says was very dry at the time of the open- that Jessie Hill is real cute? ing, and is yet. The only thing that That the frost will get Bert CofT- I thought any one had a right to' com ! man's moustache if he don't take it plain of was the hungling manner "in in? which the opening was carried out That we would have a wedding by the Government, soon if it was not for theyoung man's The soldiers, what few there were mother? there, did not try to keep the soon-er- s That the Centertown base ball out, and they are openly accused team could not hold down our little of taking bribes nnd letting the soon-er- s boys recently? in and locating them on good That a young lady was annoyed claims. presHoke Smith spoke the truth once, three nights last week by the ence of Edgar Smith? when he said, "The blind and That Lee Tichenor has not missed the halt would have equal chances with the best race horse." There was going to see his girl but six Sundays nothing' to keep them out and in con- in the last three years? sequence of it the whole country was HUs.l-IIUHl'IUNUM. full of sooncrs, and all the. best land That everybody reads this column? was taken up before the honest setThat C. l Armendt thinks he is tler got there. The one thing that I pretty? want to disabuse the minds of the That a Grist Mill is being built at people of is this, that the strip is not filled up with roughs and thugs as Hines' Mill? the most of the papers would have you That Cullie Acton is growing a to believe, but on the contrary it is moustache? settled by people who are intelligent That Redford Bean is the funniest and industrious, and before many boy in the world? years have elapsed it will be one of That Lee Mills doesn't know how the most prosperous parts of our to spell moustache? An Ohio County Boy cbuntry. That Tom DufT is the ugliest boy you spending money you can ill in this neighborhood? Arc afford for Tobacco, Morphine or Drink? That Adolphus Johnston is too Stop it. Hill's Chloride of Gold Tab-let- awkward to stand alone? sold by all dmggists, will cure That thehappiest people on earth you in three to five days. live at Sulphur Springs? ' m m That U. C. Barnett is mashed on a t Ncliool For the month ending Oct, 6th, Dis- "people" at Hines' Mill? trict, No. 13, That Kate Foreman says he would Maud Bennett 99, Jessie Tatum 99, ride 20 miles to see bis girl? Ed Render 99, Iris Render 98, Clark That "Bill" Renfrow filled his reg- -. Everly 98, Caltha Johnson 97, Bertha ' r appointment at Hines' Mill SunEverly 97, Ida Carter 96, Nannie day? Johnson 96, Emtuett Render 96, Clara That U..C. Barnett has quit teachEverly 93, Katie Tichenor 95, Serelda Render 95, Or-v- ing school nnd is' now boarding at Tichenor 95, Clandls Tatum 83, Roscoe Render 91, Hines' Mill? Nellie Tichenor 90, Ethel Tichenor That you can't drive Alex Hines' 89, Richard Tooley 87, Edwin Rowe horse' past a certain place on the Sul87, Alba Everly 87, Ella Everly 87, phur Springs and" Hartford road? Henderson Stirman83, ClemmieStog-ne- r That C L. Armendt used to get 19 83, Ross Bennett 82, Olice Ever- letters in 20 weeks, andt it has now ly 81, Thomas Howell 80, Thomas been 20 weeks since he" received the Barrett 80, Clarence Tichenor 77, 19th one? Jimmie Tichenor 77, Oscar James 75, KIMtEKIIOOK. Jennie Tichenor 75, Willie Barrett 75, Why Fleet W. don't come to Kin. Charlotte Tichenor 73, Mabel Tichenor 73, Nora Bennett 73, Harvey derhook? Hamilton 73. HenryStirman 73, Cass That A. B. Riley is the boss grape Tooly 70, Elda Tichenor 67, Susie hunter? Stogner 62. Why C. H. E. didn't go across the Mucik Ticiibnou, Teacher. ' creek Sunday? er s, is DO YOUJtNOW zette thinks it is terrible to be an old some nice maid? weather? That Loticy Thomson is the That I., A. Anderson is out of young man in Horton, except That It OH IN E. we arc having CARD. best-looki- IRo-w- e one? ..a3 CsTCata,andTrs'de-MsrksobUlntd,ands- )l ; C.A.SNOW&CO. How's TlilaT We offer one hundred dollars reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F.J. CHEENEY & CO,, Props., Toledo, Ohio. We the undersigned have known F. J. Cheeney for fifteen years, and believe him to be perfectly reliable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out t any .obligation made by their firm. WEST & TRAUX.Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. WARDING, KINNAN & MARVIN, WholesaleDruggists, Toledo, Ohio. Hall's-CatarrCure is, taken That Wesley Stevens is the boss base-ba- ll 1 player? That there is 47 pupils enrolled in Alexander School? Why Warren Ward came to the spelling match Friday' night week? That the spelling school at Alexander on the 20th. ult. was quit,e a success?. That the Kinderhook people think the Hartford RnrunueAN is the best paper in the county? That the No Creek boys stand quite TABLER'Spil II t uinimtni rbmidfor -- - .1 ." A. 1 a show in Kinderhook, especially, in the Northern part? That the Beda school girls have thebloodand mucous surfaces of the system. Price, challenged the Kinderhouk lioys for a 75c per bottle- - Sold byall Druggists. match game of base-ballTestimonials free. That Bro. McAfee will preach to us again on the 4U11 Sundav in NoI.llernrr Jfolra. Fcttcrs's Southern Magazine has vember at 3 o'clock, p, m.increased its circulation to a remark That Mr.Do You Knowis n mighty" able extent. During the months of ,to make the Do in busy Do You Know August, September and October, You Knqw column the most interestspite of the depression in business, ing part of your paper? . this magazine has been in- such dehas been exThat the teacher ot Alexander mand that each edition hausted and the publishers compelled School, wishes to thank the people for to decline orders which they were un- their good behavior at the spelling' I school last Friday night' week? ' able to fill. " l ?. - ' . and Charlie ten 'apples? Childs say they are going to break HARTFORD, KY. That Miss Ida is the charming old my neck? maid of our town? That Cora Mtur likes a certain Ins, H. (Jlrim, J.N.R. Wrilittnir. That R. h. Canon has had the blues young man, and hopes it may be a Be WEDDING, GLENN every since Wednesday? Wedding? That Tom Parrott wore a beautiful That Miss Ida Ragland is visiting boquet of honey-suckle- s relatives near Olaton? away from HARTFORD, KY. (Office, orer Anderson's Dasaar.) bro.id-nxc- s have taken the Horton Sunday? That Will practice their profession in all place of razors in Horton? That Charlie Childs would like to the courts of Ohio and adjoining counThnt we are going to have a Iwll know who said he shaved with a ties, and court of Appeals. Special broad-axe- ? the night of Thanksgiving? attention given to criminal practice That Munroc Lee would like to and collections. That you should read the RKfun-mca- n . ,, -- . i. . ,...,i ,,,,., "fix" up an excuse to get to call on more than you do? K. McClure? -- &.. SixaAtli, That our friend, "Elsby," was in I. ' That some of our "smart Alex' " town the first of tlie week? That Col. J. S. R. Wedding has would give a large sum to know who your humble scribe is? weekly appointments in Rosine? Thnt the Horton people say they ifinrrnnii That Tub RisrunucAN is getting Will practice his profession in Ohio know who writes from this place, but to be the only paper of the county? and adjoining counties, and court of don't you believe it? That Ulyssis Ragland looked like Appeals. Special attention given to That George Thomson, our best collections. Office east sido of publie grand-p- a Sunday with his sti IT hat on? merchant, is still in .the ring and is square That R. L. Canon is much troubled not disfigured only by nature? over his best girl leaving for Olaton? B. D. RINGO That there are several old maids E.D.OUKFY. That L. A. Anderson can't pass M. Gfvuffy Sc and old bachelors of Horton that S. Ragland's storewithoutlookingin? would marry if they only had a That Mr, E. B. Allen, of this place, chance? ZS&rtfoxd., 2Eo.t"ac3cy. returned from Owensboro last Friday Will practice in all courts of Ohio night? A rolllleal 1'rospect. aud adjoining counties, Superior In the Congressional election in Court and Court of Appealsl ColThat J. H. Ragland is thinking ot being second landlord of the Crowder which Win. McKinley, of the State of lections and all legal business attend Ohio, was defeated in his own Dis- ed to. Office 329 E. Market St. Hotel? That R. W. Ragland does not make trict, the Democrats nt Sulphur H. R. WEDDING, Sunday trips to Curley's Cure as of Springs predicted that he couldn't be elected as a Constable, but I predictold? ed that he would be the next GoverThat Neat Richardson & Co's trav- nor of Ohio and he was. Beavek Dam, Ky. now preeling salesman wasnofon the local Will practice his profession in all dict that he will be the next Gover' Monday? nor by a majority of filty thousand. the courts of Ohio and adjoining That Misses Allen and Gunther I claim that if there is any man counties. AJso Notary Public. say fortune-tellinis high in this in the United States that deseives the, place? nomination for President it is William M. HeAVffclN. . That Miss Hennie Gunther, of McKinley. One reason is that he has Hartford, has been visiting friends at been abused by the Democratic Party this place? mare than any other man in the NaHARTFORD, KY. Ragland and J. D. Whit-tinghi- ll tion. His yoke was once heavy but That John Will practice his profession in all thought they were strictly in now it is light. the Courts of Ohio and adjoining I predicted at Sulphur Springs aftit last Sunday evening? counties, and in tho Court ot ApThat two young ladies.of our town, er the polls closed at the last Novem-clectio- n peals. Special attention given to that Grover Cleveland was collections. Office, in County Attorthought of going to Horse Branch on elected and I also stated that the bus- ney's office, in Court House. the local Monday morning, but did iness of this country was in afloursh-in- g ? not go on the account of condition, but that the industries Perry' Westerfield, That J. D. WhittingTiillhasatough of our country would be paralyzed time in getting the rest of the young before the next November election. I men to join him in getting crowds predict that the Republicans qf &c? now and conveyances to go nutting, Beaver Dam, Ey. Ohio county will go to the polls and vote on the seventh of November and IIOIITO.V. That Mollie Tatum says: "I'll bust also, it Tom Smith and Zeb Shultz you?" will see that the Democratsare gotton That Major Black loves a' dress- to the polls, and especially the rich ones, 'that the county of Ohio will go maker? is the dude of' Republican. The reason is, the rich That Henry Martin Democrats, if there are any danger of Horton? death, will not cast a vote for the That Henry Martin can't afford a Democratic ticket if it is the last moustache? thing they do on earth. Because no That Mcv Liles still loves the name one wishes to commit any great crime of Annie? on the eve of death. That Randolph Wedding is struck The Democrats being ignorant of on himself? their platform that was adopted at That we are to have a wedding in Chicago, I will give you the sum and OFFICE OVER RED FRONT substance of its meaning. Horton soon? The first thing in the platform is Isjprepared to do all kinds of That Willie BalUell is ' growing prejudice. The Democrats prejudiced Dental work at reasonable prices. ' beautifully fat? That Miss Bettie Martin thinks she the voters by telling them that the Republicans had "enacted a Federal is very smart? Election Law that would retain O-A-HThat Tim Austin was in Horton them in office the remainder of their Saturday night? days. But for proof of it being a lie That Bettie Plummer is the prettiest the Democrats swept the United girl in the county? States under that very law. That Vivian Liles likes to talk to - Now with your nonsense. The a girl named Edna? Democrats indicted Wm. McKinley That Fred Tatum got mad because on two different charges in the United Tho Loading Photographer. States Court for his tarifFbill. They he is so very cute? Pictures Is Ererj Sljle ind Sin. That Mary Taylor likes Sarves' fs claimed that the bill was unconstitutional, and it was tried before a bench Js9OId Pictures Copied and Enlarged season? they are out of aud Republicans in the A.SPECIALTY. That Clyde Taylor has returned of Democrats Supreme Court and it was there decid108J Main Street. from the World's Fair? ed that the bill was not unconstituOWENSBORO, KY That Mary Wedding says she don't tional. Now the body meets in Chi- 37m6 dance with Black boys? cago after the Court had decided that Tliat .the Horton Gazette was it was constitutional and they declare LOUISVILLE, NT. LOOM A TEX. K. at slim last Friday night? in their platform that it was unconItinisTillti St. Louis , 'That Henry Taylor is growing fat stitutional, a farce and a humbug. nonsense. his own jokes? More laughing at SCUEDULKIN EFFECT NOV.l , 1IM. , Mr. F. Pirtle charges the DemocratN..63, Ko.ol, That Tim Austin has beat Ben Dally. Dally. WEST BOUND, ol free raw ic party of being in favor Plummer out of his girl? :23 p. m. 7:13 a. m. material and retaining the tariff on Lt. LouIstIMo ...... That Mr. Johnson, of Beaver Dam, S:lla.m. 7:20 p. m. West Point........ manufacturics. I claim that he lied 9:17 a. m. S:07 p. ra. Brandenburg...- -. ? can dance the ; . Irrtngton ..... ., a.m. 37 pita. on the Democratic platform, for the :21 p. m." 10:23 a. m. tephensport ... That Lennie Sanderfur parts his platform declares that a protective tar:t p. ra. 10:Ua.m. Clot erport ... moustache in the middle? iff is unconstitutional, a farce and a 11:11a.m. 10:10 p. u. IlawesTllle. 11:34 a.m. 10:34 p. in. Lewlsport.. That James Pattern loves a certain humbug. 12: 14 p. m. ll:llp.ra. Owensboro girl better than red apples? and the 11.65 p.m. Now for Grover Cleveland .... Bpotisrille 11 1:23 p.m. 12:20 s. m. ... That we know what takes J, S. R. White House. He is in a terrible fix. Ar. Henderson No. 62, No.M, Wedding to Rosine so often? He called his Congress together on Daily Pally. EAST BOUND, at Horton .Saturday the 1 ith day of August and they have Lt. Henderson That the dance ... 7:18 a. m. 3: 13p. m. been there nowgoing on three months p, m. night was a grand success? 8pottsTllle..... .. .... 7:37 a. m. .... i:27a.m. 4:23 p. aa. Owensrioro. ..... That taffy is cheap here if "you can and they never have got a bill to a ,.... t.vSa.nt. 6.S3 pj m Lewlsport........ vote. Under his former Administra get in with Charlie Childs? ..... 1:33 a.m. 6:30 p. m HawesTille... Republican Senate and ..... 10:01 s. m. 6:37 p.' m. -- , Clorerport That Col. J. S. R. Wedding made a tion he had a ..... l.2 a. ra. 6;1 p. m. Stephens port a Democratic House and he had the Irrington...... flying trip to Horton Sunday? . 11:02 a. m, 7:03 p. m, of vetoing over four exquisite pleasure ..... 11:29 a, m. 731 p. m, Brandenburg That all the girls in Horton are , li:M'. m l:0Sp.'m, Weatroint., hundred bills. He had just ns well 1:00 p. in. 9:04 p.'ia. struck on Ben, even your" scribe?. Ar. Loulsrllla return to Buzzards Bay and go That "Snukes," (Loney Thomson,) ing as he did on Decoration Day. TsalnsNo.Sl ana No. 62 make connection a Irringlon (Hunday excepted) with trains n Louis, is as tall and handsome as n crane? Fordsvllle. On sille, narJinsburir Now for a trip to Western It. K., east and That Ed Baley thought it funny my way I fell in company with a crew wost bound. For further Information, address II. 0, UOKDUE, Oen. Fa'r Ag'l. because he, looked like Abraham? of rialroad hands. Among them there L.ulsrille, Ky. and Wedding is the most were Democrats, Republicans That Randolph intelligent young man in Horton? Third Party men. One in particular, don'tr"llce work who used to be a stron g Democrat WHEN YOU GO TO OWENSBORO That Ustel Oldem Third Party man was any better than someofYhe rest of us? but is now a CALL ON trio . ' gl ving the Democratic party fits. Ho That Charlie Chllds'Wnnts a recipe' reminded jne of the prodigal sonHe. to take the love'bumps off of his face? talked pitifully, and said that his That Florence DeHaven is struck father and six brothers were Repubr.txo'xouimkJ'sr.sual, .. on hard elder or the one who "keeps it? licans. From his talk lie reminded me of the prodigal son, in his rags and That Ben Plummer took his best tatteis on his way home. May he fbrthe finest and Moil Artitlie Worl, girl home from the dance Saturday arrive there in safety and uever again. any lite or ttylc. Frtdtrica St. , Whom night? go estray. More next time. ,' 6m87 3rd and 4th. . WltDDJNG. That the editor of'thc Horton 'Ga -- That John Allen is dealing in rot- That Willie Boswcll ..HTT0IW HT LAW:. LAWYERS, i. 1, 1 pnir James t aw lv . Attorneys ggt Elngro, aw, Attorney at Law, 'I g Lawyer Attorney at Law. t. ft a. mam ri mam DENTIST. V oist 1; . ' 4 -- V -- M Q Imi.ilnj .j --- ;J . round-dances- p.-- ''l . . w CftliL VIA We. tSz1.' j r. u . , j C.Theo.Cain, xas .I". VJJ . ssf; C. a ''V J.-T- v"1 M fe" r i- k-- ,t --.- I . . Hi r. ' JZ ' -- : v . ? ' v."--" ' ; ' v VviiK-'- ' '. i, L. . f. .r y j s: :''' ".. - ? , ' M1 .21 ", I..., $!."!" i j?i ,!.-.. " M&JSlL- '' ' t y : xi vi ; '! tii;ANi:rir.M. ing it. It being then plain that no BALI .AD OP THE 8CHOOLDOY 8QUIRE. "I musn't stay tonight, Jack." Our little town is 011 a boom. "A few minutes, Doll." compromise could be reached and At school no rival ho admits, Mr. Prank Gunthcr. of Owensboro, "Tho maid's out Mothor'll miss mo." Illi gro&loeM nana donyi there was no longer any reason for "Dollt" "Jackl" A king whom epoch making hlU is In town on legal business. rCpMSIIED F.VERY FHIDAY MORNING. prolonging the fight; hence the presTo leg have llf led high. Thy kissed closo to tho wagon wheel Miss Sallic IIuiThas gone to Whites-vlll- c Yet hers at home la late July ent situation. and wcro gono. Ily one of beauty's queens to spend several weeks In the Ifo could not help It. Come what To all appearances, nt this writing, Ilclinld htm sinlUun, hip and thigh, JO. B. K041ERM, . Editor and Proprietor This gallant In hl teen. would, ho must go to tho house, and Milliner)' business. the passage of the Voorhecs bill by presently ho crossed the yard, entered Mr. H. R. Kirk, n former tcsident No lore scholastlo benefits question of a few the Senate is only a Friday, Novmmuur 3, 1895. tho porch and knocked. One whom the sirens ply. of this place, is visiting Mr. Sam And where hts fair Altlueaslta hours, although there is stilt a possi"Nothing today, thank you," said a hall. Mr. Kirk's lie humbly borers nigh. harp voice through tho partly oponod Rolston nt bachelor's may be bility that another dead-loc- k Alert, attentive, awkward, shy, 'are glad to shake his hand friends door. Reside her chnlr he leans. brought about bclorc the fulfil vote Is REPUBLICAN TICKET. Prepared for her to lire and die, Ho remembered tho Craddock rule once more. several things taken. There are This gallant In his teenp. nover to ylvo money nor rcfuso bread. Messrs. Noah Baic and Ed Brooks STATB SKNATOR, which may bring about a dead-loc"Will you give mo a bit to eatJ" he Rut, Augnot fled, the path he quite nnd Mis'? Webb McCnity arc attendV. N. TAYI.OK, Where primrose garlands He, begged. chic! of which is the belief on the And gathers up his fifth form wits Of Ohio County. Without a word .she disappeared, but ing the World's Fair this week. part of many Senators that the Voor-wit- h Bo sadly knocked awry. camo back, bringing also a cup of elder. Anderson Mercer, the hustling More than homesick, he knows not why TOR RIU'RKsnNTATlVR, hecs bill should be amended so 'as to "Isn't this Mr. Craddock'eT' HelLnds in prowler scenes M. AWTRV. fmlt tree agent for this section, Is In W. provide for any issue of bonds, not The classics more than usual dry, "It Is." This gallant In his teens. ' only for the purpose of strengthen-bein- g FOR SUIT. OP SCHOOLS, "I know ono of that namo onco Jack town. Archie Brock, of Indiana, Is visiCroddock. Wo wo chums. I was by . H. FITZIIUtill. KNVOI. Ing the gold reserve, but to provide , !ady, he'll fathom by and by when he was killed. I'vo got somothlng ting old friends and relatives nt the money to pay the current What this strange fover moan- sof his now." Sparu him the tribute of a sigh, this week. " I ses of the Government, t the policy, or "Killed?"' sho echoed, trembling. This gallant In his teens. We are glad to note thnt Miss Ola "Yes. It was In tho treuches before Alfred Cochrano In Temple Har. lack of policy, of the Democratic Ad Sevastopol" Miller, whohns been confined to her ministration and Congress having reSho gavo a sharp cry and sank into tho room for several days, Is able to be BOUND SADLY HOME. stono scut in tho twrcli. sulted In reducing the receipts of the out again. Government, from all scourges to nn A burly flguro came from the house. Rev. Winkler, of near this place, this? What's this?" ho extent that it is unquestionably It was all a fraud. The forago cap on "What's tramp by tho collar has sold his farm and moved to aud seized the alarming, Senator Sherman 1ms in- ono sido of his narrow head, tho worn-oIn him. livery coat with epaulet, even tho and shook William," pleaded tho woman. Owensboro, where he will reside formed the Democrats that the Re"Don't, many Mr. Winkler's the future. leathern strap, suspending from his "It's nothing. Ho has done nothing." publicans considered such nn amendnnd his bhouldcr his box of knavish warts, afHURK'SOUR KAGLIJ. Ho shnflled nervously into tho high friends are sorry to see him ment to the bill necessary. The fected n military air and countenanced -road and stood thcro in tho twilight be- estimable family leave this neighborhood, Democratic leaders arc In a quandary, his lies and deceptions. neath tho pale summer star. Had she but wish him success in nil his they know It will have to come to Tho face was not repulsive even now. recognized him? Ho could tramp no P01.T.8 cloee at 4 o'clock. good undertakings. nn issue of bonds sooner or later, but Some distinction appertained to the farther that day, and again he slunk beMr. Woith Baire had a fine colt inustacho, and the across tho yard and climbed into tho Oui Butler will roll up her usual because of the almost solid opposition heavy tho high cheek bono, hollow the crow's wagon. At duwu ho would trudge on neath snake several days ago; majority Tuesday. of the southern Senators they fear to feet around tho eyes, the tanned, weather fur from the vlllngo out of tho district. bitten by a it has from the nflcct of which propose such an amendment thembeaten ruddiness of his complexion, At daybreak camo tho horses, but they since died. Stamp your ballot just under the might havo betokened honorable service did not wuke him. selves and fear to allow the proposiMorrison, a very Mr. Clarence under burning eagle inside the same square. "Here's thik tramp feller. Qodl Ho's tion to come from the Republicans, in poisonous swamps orfootsore wanderskies, instead of shitty, deadl What dost ray, Abo?" popular young man, of Hnyncsvillc, lest the honor of preserving the credit ings with alternate Lours of want and Abo solemnly said, "Noo fearl" Wal- comes to Actnavillc every Wednesday Votk for Taylor, A wtry and Fitz-hug- h of the nation should be given bv the wickedness. ter Raymond in London Illustrated night to go to the debate with well by stamping your ballot under Ho dragged himself to the dusty grass News. people to the Republicans. They Ashes" at the four the eagle. no matter with whom he goes, he is beneath tho wish to pass the. bill without amend- crossroads, "Fivo He Washed the Tiger. ilo was faint, for tho Mil going to vote for a Third Party canment, and, In the usual LVntocruic tiuU trial him, aud wit panting with his When Pczon, tho Hon tamer, was at didate at this election. What precinct will do the best style, to allow the question of pcrscrv- - back uguinst a tree. Then ho opened his Moscow with his menagerie, ho hired a work for tho Repulxicuu ticket next "Resolved, that money is more bend bewn ""'"K InfalHWe pills bo Cossnck to clean oat tho caeeof tho wild Inir our national credit to drift aloneTuesday? Try to make it your preLis lihhy linger and thumb. Their I beasts. Tho Cossack did not understand eficial to mankind than education," tuccii as far as possible. The Governni',nt composition was secret, but doubtless a word of French. Pezon tried to hIiow cinct. was the subject debated nt Actnnvillc is already, taking Secretary Carlisle's they did some ieonlo a lot of good, him about his work by motions with a last Wcdnesnay night. The decision For 20 years his heart had never sof- pail and sponge. The monjik watched own figures, practically carrying a Votk tho straight Republican was rendered in favor of the negative. floating debt that is increasing at the. tened with 11 ccntiinent, his soul never him closely and seemed to unde rutund. ticket by stamping your ballot immequickened with an aspiration, and now Next morning, armed with a broom, n The young ladies who took part In rate of $5. 000,000 a month. This is his wandering eye, resting on a finger bucket and a sponge, he oeiied the first diately under the eagle in the same the debate proved that they were able nn injustice to the creditors ' post across the road, meclianically read: cage he camo to and quietly stepped iu. thinkers nnd rapidly gaining a dissquare. He had seen his master step into two of the Government tint Is "Upton. Lolsrh. Sntton-Darcy.- " All so familiar onco, nnd the last his cages of harmless brutes, but this ono tinction in literary work, which they absolutely indefencible, from nn honDr. A. D. James will be returned birthplace! happened to belong to a splendid tigor justly deserve. orable business point of view. to tho Legislature from old MuhlenA strango impulse, absolutely that lay on tho floor fast iwlef p. Mrs. G. W. Kelley, while enroutc There are other proposed amendfor recognition might still be At the noiso inado by opening tho door berg next Tuesday by an increased to Reynolds from this place, was sitments to the Voorhees bill that may dangerous, took possession of him. An the crvaturo raised its head and turned majority. irresistible desire to seo the place again, its eyes full on tho man, who stood iu a ting in the brggagecarsmoking, when make trouble before they are disposeven though it wcro by stealth at night. comer dipping his big spongo into tbo the train all at once came to a sudden The name of the next Representaed of, and every one of theiu will From the houqlis abovo his head came bucket. At that moment Pezon cam less. nt the water tank. So suddenly tive from Ohio county is V. M. Aw-t- ry estimates place the probable cost ot have to be voted upou before the vole tho iiuk! pinkl" of n chaffinch, and out and was struck dumb with the sight. halt the wall and fence at 81,500. The ihioug'.i tho fllth nnd fog of n quarter of What could ho do to warn the man? A was the stopandas Mrs. Kelly wasnot if the Republicans turn out, othupon the original bill can be takc.i. Voters. .expecting anything of the kind she tho in the sound Court will make the appropriation in Polls close nt 4 o'clock. Should the Voorhecs bill get through a century of evil, indistinct its ownfumes Pezon might enrageTho great beast. So erwise it is Tom JelfSmith. of drink and smothered in moujik, sponge she fell over backward striking her futilstood still. Januarv if the people express- - the inthe Senate all right, and according to ity, Vote early and avoid the rush. a reminiscence clear and in hand, coolly approached tho tiger and head against the wall injuring herLook at the deplorable condition terest they really have in the matter. ns made ready to rub him dowu. Don't fail to "stamp" your ballot. present indications it will, it will sharp old tho bird's note: farmhouse thatched and stone Tho cold water on its ldde pleased tho self severely though not seriously. of the country under this Democratic then have some trouble in the Houe ' An Vote the straight Republican ticket. The first "Scpcrate Coach" for the built, with luulliuued windows. In the tiger, for it began to purr, stretched out Wb would say to tho People's ParAdministration and then go to the Butthe trouble in the House will lie Vote for Taylor, Awtry and Pitz-hug- principally that of securing.! quorum yardtm a tall pear troe, with yellow buds- its paws, rolled over on its back and of- accommodation of both white and polls next Tuesday and vote for the ty voters, who are determined to vote zlistcnias in tho early spring, and be- fered ovcry jmrt of its body to tho treatthat ticket, you are interested in all of repealers, the silver men having1 neath r youth with a gun peeping to get ment of the monjik, who went on scrub- colored passengers, jusscd over the Republican candidates. mntters pertaining to our Common Fold your ballot before leaving the served notice that they will not help ' H,8ll0t- - Then a man in breeches and hose, bing with might and main. All the O. 1. &G. R. R. R., Thursday. uyos The Mine lessee, Mr. Miller, is Inwhile Pezon stood The people want a man for Repre- Schools. This being a fact you should booth. ...i. it. An attempt :is now being 1 lderly, but hule, drawling half humor- - wido open as if nailedthere with hisWhen to the spot. jutiayboyl Thy shots creasing the number of hands every sentative who represents their intertake part in the election of County Don't expose your ballot after hav- made to get the numerous absentees jc i,- rr oro utjB than all tho ckaf- - ho had finished his job, tho Cossack left day nnd the mines will soon lie runI ests. They have had enough in their seats by Monday. Should it I fingers. tho cage as quietly an he entered it. But School Siiiwrintondent next Tuesday, ing stamped it. I -- ! .11.1 t ...t.... mu.... The old people must bo gone now, for 1... ....- - ,1114 tIk OgniU.UtfllUUU 4UIUIU11. ning in full blast again. The enginUD 1ICVC1 politicians in the Legislasucceed the bill can be put through would call our atlen therefore, we Vote the Rcpublicau ticket by eer, Marion Hnyncs, says the water Jack was Hie youngest and tho favorito ture. Mr. W. M. Awtry is the right t!on to tho fact that our candidate, ' stamping the X under the eagle. the House in short order, owing to fivo and thirty years ugo. Tlir Furaipr And Good noads. will soon be out and then a full force the existence of cloture. man in the right placo and the peo- Mr. (,. b. b itzhugh, is a man of rare Muttering against Ids own folly, he Tho saleable value of farm lands is will be put to work. when requestcil to do so election The Democrats of the House do not plum; on his liox nnd limped along the greatly elihanced by tho facility with ple recognize thnt fact. intellectual and literary attainments, ' cierjjS must foia an(i crease the ballots The debate at Hayncsvillc Friday which tho mill, storo and factory privifancy the idea of having in circuta-- 1 button road. , ....,.,.. l.n A..4n..wl . t, u leges nro made available. Manufactories a man of ability aud high moral cul- before delivering them to the voter. . night was nn enjoyable affair. The m uJra, The race for Representative is befin,, ., w, rr,ni nf tl,. tariff . ou V""rf ... , tho ouUlJirts of Sutton. Eviery- - aro established in localities where comture, a man ot maturity and experiSociety was greeted with a crowded Make your election clerk fold and hearings before the Ways and Means inn tween Awtry and Smith, and every thini; was ni formerly the sumo bench munication is readily hail with the farm house and nu attentive audience. ence, a man who tins spent the great, crease your ballot belore you go into Bhould do his duty. stouts, tho Mino oak sottlo by the and market, and any factory established Republican Mr. Committee; the arguments presented and er part of his Hie in the pursuit of the booth to stamp it, so you will in Your correspondent had the pleasSmith is far from being as popular as favor of protection are too nearly hearth. Two laborers playing at shovel in 11 farming locality furnishes an addikuowledgoboth as a student and teach- have co trouble in getting it folded board called each other familiar names, tional market for farm produce, and a ure ol visiting, on last Sunday, the unanswerable to suit them The House he once was, and it the Republicans audthosinc ng of their voices brought market that is constant iu its demands much noted place, "Dark Hollow," er, a man who as teacher and trainer right. Committee decided that only 2,000 back tho past. turn out and vote, Awtry will be electand sure in its receipts. two miles East ol Pordsvillc. After has of children in the school-roo"What iwirisli may this be, please?" he Thus the fanner is tho oneilirectly inMake the clerk of the election fold copies of the book should be printed ed by a handsome majority. attained a reputation worthy of imi- and crease your ballot properly be- for the use of the House, it being lulteil. terested, for it means to him economical leaving the public highway nnd picky "Zutton," replied both Abs and Abo. transportation in competition, a market ing my way for two hundred yards, Mr. C. S. Taylor is a representa- tation, a man who has for a score or fore you go into the booth, then take understood that the Demo"A largo village?' when prices aro best, tho introduction of through briars nnd bushes, stumbmore of years taken great interest in said ballot unfolded into the booth crats would suppress as many of them tive farmer, a man in complete sym" 'Tidden ro terr'blo large." factories and increased value of farm ling over fallen timbcrnnd then climbof Common School and with the X rubber stamp, which as possible. The Senate Committee, "Sm.dl." lands. Besides this it means a better atpathy with the needs of the people, tho advancement "'TidJen ro wonderful small." tendance at schools, more benefit from ing a high (ence, I looked down from suggestion, it is said, ol a possessed of such ability as will system, a mau who as our Superinand will be found therein stamp your at the Satisfied with the 6uMerfugo of theso the town libraries and lectures, and that grand old maje&tic rock into the enable him to represent the people tendent pledges that nothing shall be ballot immediately under the eagle, in Democratic Senator who thinks pro- questions, he sat down and continued with the greater diffusion of knowledge place called "Dark Hollow" and conwith profit to them and with credit to left undone, upon his part, to keep on the same square. less desire to leave, tho farm for priviyour ballot tection a good thing, notwithstand- eagerly: "Auy o' tho name of Craddock lir leges aud information that will bo more tinuing my walk I soon found a place ing the Chicago platform's assertion advaucing our Common School aya-- i before leaving the booth and then himself. Vote frr Slado Taylor. available at home. New York Tribuut. to descend. On reaching the bottom amended the resolu- hero sow!" tem and raising the standard of both hand it to one of the judges, who to I glanced around to find that I was "Craddock, ehr grinned Abs. "What The great World's Columbian Ex- teachers and schools. Can you ex- will deposit it in the ballot box. tion so as to raise the number to dost zuy, Abe?' Ue Wm Uuliful. surrounded on every side but one position, which for tho last six months pect more of auy man? If not, vote 4,000, one half to be for the use olthe "Noo fear!" said Abe. Mistress How is it one never hear a by unsurmountablc cliffs ofoverhang-in- g He hesitated. Br.t the longing to sound iu the kitchen when your sweethas astonished tbo people of earth by for G. S Fitzhugh. As you have no Senate, and it has been so adopted. rocks. It is rightly named, for know overcame his judgment hko the heart is with you of an evening? Little opposition will come from its trausceudeut grandeur, is a thing candidate for this very important of craving of a vice. Servant Girl Please, ma'am, tho poor though not shrouded in midnight any quarter to an immediate adjournof tho past. It closed on Tuesday, fice you can do this, without sacrific"And tho farm at the foot of tho hill. fellow is so bashful yet. For the prubont darkness, it is dark and foreboding ment of Congress as soon as the sil- Who lives there?" ho doos nothing but eat. Lustigo BlatOct. 31, and is every where recognized ing any party principles. Just nnd ns I stood nnd gazed uon the "Mr. Craddock, be sure. Vanncr ter. ver question shall have been disposed as tho most magnificent industrial ex- stamp your ballot immediately under Niipr rliilrutlrnl'ft Appointment. handiwork of nature, watching the William." of. There is a general disposition on 1 will visit the following schools at hibit ever known. "When I camo this way before, somelittle drops of water as they fell sitho "Plow, Ac ," in tho same square the part of the Senators and Repre- body puoplo called Sandford" Tli Cautious Sultan. times named: lently from the precipice alovc me, Somo ono seems to havo told the sulThe Republicans have the best and then stamp in tho small square "Ha! ha!" laughed Abs. "Then yon Monday, Nov. 6. 8:30 a. m.; Xo. sentatives to go home and talk it all just to tho right of the name "G. S. be a wolohh bird, not hatched last sumtan that chlorate of potash is a danger- the words, "this is n place for sober chance of success in receut years. 41, Prof. E. R. Ray and Miss Dora K. over with their constituents before mer. Why, tho old man havo dead ous explosive. Consequently no drug- thoglit" came unconsciously to my Filzhugh " in the Republican col- Gibson. the beginlng of the regular session. these 20 year. An the maid married gist or pharmacist iu Constantinople, Their candidates are meu of ability, is lips. Any one who has not visited And it is more than probable that Vanncr William, an ho took on tho farm. 2 p. ui.; No. to, W. H Barnes honor and integrity, they havo tho umn, and your vote will be counted .. m .. be mu i their for G. J. Beau, F. W. Pirtleand G. But years avoro sho thought to Wednesday, Nov. 8. 8 a. m.; No. some of them will hear some unpleasconfidence ot tho people and the peo one Jack. But ho took to ho'se racen, have it in keeping. Constantinople Let- trouble to make one trip to see and ant things when they get back home. 54. C. H. Ellis. ple are tired of Democracy Let no S. Fitzhugh. realize that God in His wisdom work-et- h so 'tea said, an signed somebody's name ter. 10 a. m,; No. 53, Miss Ida Smith. Republican stay at home on next au Itolted. Nover didden hear 110 more many wonders. The people in Heating II Im Down. Mr. T. J.-- Smith has had his 2 p. in.: No. 103, Miss Ada Porter. o' ho. But you bo a old file. What dost Tuesday. Go and vote. Clinker Is $100 tho best you can do this section ate wild over the prospects zay, AU?' and a short sketch of his life Thursday, Nov. 9. 8 a. m.; No. 66, for a new county with Fordsvillc as for a saloon passage? "Noo fearl"-- sold Abe. Miss Henri Hammons. The mail facilities ot the new inserted in tho "In and About 8. S. Agent Yes, sir. What more do their county seat. nervously rose, John Craddock 10 a. m.; No. 8, L. T. Barnard. of tho Courier-Journa- l. branch road from Horse Branch to straightened his buck and fell into his you expect. Hurrah, for Fordsville. Clinker I didn't know but you gave 2 p. 111,; col. No. 1, S. M. Taylor. familiar patter. Owensboro are very unsatisfactory. From reading tho comment one would CoUNTHYjAV. "Yes. I'm an old soldier, wounded In a rebate on men's returned. Club. The Trustees and patrons are ree It is to be hoped that a Railroad suppose that tho Democratic nominathe trenches before Sevastopol and It is especialwill shortly bo established over tion was thrust upon him, when the quested to be present. sturvud ut C.iwnpoor, and when I'd spilt Catarrh In Ibe Until i'KMTEHTOW.M. ly necessary that the full Board of bemail must go very opposite is true. this route. As it is all "Without Oct. 26. Miss Annie Pulkeron, of my blood and mined a fine constitution Is undoubtedly a disease of the blood, to Owensboro and back before being ing a candidate," the writer says, "he Trustees be on hand, as important McHenry, who has been visiting her In tbo service of my native hind they nnd ns such only n reliable blood purgave mo my illschargo and threw mo business will be transacted with each distributed to the offices along tho was nominated by his party in Mass many friends here has returned heme. upon tliw w orlu without a penny. But, ifier can effect a perfect and permaDistrict. Trustees will bring their She will start to Texas soon. She has happily, umoug the prisoners taken by nent cure. Hood's Sarsnparilla is Convention at Hartford in Septem. line. Record Book nnd Distiict Boundary. the best wishes of her miny friends tho British fcrcc3in that memorable war the best blood. purifier, and it has curher." Now, everybody at all acResp'y, tho privnte physician to tho Banco Jo. B. Rogers. What are the teachers of the quainted with the facts, knows that in nnd around her old home, Center- - was Jliansi. Seeing me writhing with ed many very severe cases of catarrh. - uf . county doing with school grading? nothing could bo farther from tho town. iheumatism towliich, gentlomon,I was Catarrh ofttentimes leads toconsump-tionWASHINGTON. e Take Hood's Sarsnparilla Our schools will nover reach their T, and V. D. Rone have bought then n martyr his feulingbeart confided J. truth than the statement that Mr. Circumstances, aided by the toadies it is too late. most effective development without a Smith did not seek tbo nomination. who constantly surround him, have the SUite Right for the Wagon Bed1 to me, under an oath of secrecy, the in- blemliiR ofxa never falling Hoister. They will go to the East- fstimablo Theso pills, gentlemen, taken systematic plan of grading rigidly Ho was Hood's Pilw do not purge, pain lemcdy. to run in 1891, this week greatlyaggravatedthe"big ern part of the State soon. enforced. ThompSuperintendent in time nro a rcliublo cure. If you have or gripe, but act pro in ptlyk easily and when F, M. Petty was nominated. head" with which Mr. Cleveland has I.. C. Brown and P. Rone will leave ver ven crookod legs, stiff arms or a efficiently. 35c. son has furnished au excellent plan, He was called upon iu the convention for a long time been afflicted. He and with the hearty of which nominated Petty to know it be thinks that it was himself alone who soon for Butler and I,ogan counties back as bowed a.1 a reaping hook, take a A Mated Mlnatrcl. couplo of these pills and twenty in teachers in only a few school terms it was a candidate, and instead of de- causeutlie sudden cellapse oi the op- and W. P. Render nnd J. A. Reneer each box. The price four M. T, SkiiT.fortuerly business manis twopence, and I will go to Warren county in the inter- guuranteo, if kept dry, tho contents will can bo put into perfect operation. ager for W. J. Scanlan.the Irish ComMr X TownaenA claring himself either oil' or on he position to the unconditional repeal est of the Hoister. nnver deteriorate. Thank you, gentlo-uiu- edian, suffered with rheumatism for BUinj Bun, Delaware. in the Senate nnd he is in consequence whipped the Devi! around the stump, I wkh yon Rood evening." The Hartford Magisterial District Centertown can boast of one of the disposed to be more autocratic than years without relief until he bought a Qood His silliness had loen successful; but, Family Medicines Teachers' Association has adopted a so to speak, for at least an hour in ever. The sudden change in the tac- best Literary Societies in the county. Lightning ill ut enne, he shnflled on to ths old bottle ot Drumruond's three diflereut speeches very much to feel very grateful to the yolmg house with tho reading circle in connection with tho tics of the Senators opposed to the We tree. A silver Jtemedy. Two bottles made a well Hood's araaparina and Head's iiear associational work. This is a good step the disgust even of his own friends. Voorhees bill, while seemingly a mir- ladies who have joined the Society for uiaued colt wus luachiug over tho pad- man of him, There are a thousand Pills. NI rerird nood'i Ssrtaparllls and Hood's dock rail, tho ima;o of tho roan mare Tho first sub- From that time on till his nomination acle, is easily accounted for on com- the faithful work that they performin tho right direction. remedies for rheumatism, but none fills, ths verr bait family medicines, and w thoy used to call Rube. All was quiet ate never without them. 1 havo always beea ject assigned is Psychology, nnd iu September ho has been actively mon sense grounds. It must be re- ed. and prosperous, and in tho garden path have receivedthe unsolicited testiWe extend our many thanks to stood the fiuniUiir figure Ho slunk into A Delicate Woman engaged in secretly seeking the DemBrooks' has been selected as tho textmembered to start with that no Sen monials from prominent people as and began taking Hood's BarsaparllU time Prof. Shulz, of Hartford College, for tho shadow of tho churchyard wall. Yet shown ocratic nomination. When approachbook The next meeting occurs at ator has been at any time opposed to Lightning years ago for that tired feeling. It built me up by Drummond's it was only Dick, grown into the subdeliverwell that Beaver Dam on tho 1th Saturday in ed upon tho subject by anybody but the repeal of the purchasing clause of the most wonderful lecture he Remedy. Ask your druggist for it.or so quickly and so always I feci like a different stantial staldnoss of his father's placo. woman and haro liad great faim In It. I ed to our Society last Friday night. Ho went to tho low thatched house send to the Drummond Medicine Co., jrtre It to my children whenever there seems w November, and it will be awaited his henchmen he always forcibly de- the silver law. It was the uncondife0U,W.1 "J"1 nd xx4 ftlr t!l001'well I' does "" 1UI He denied to tional repeal of that clause that the His lecture was on the cultivation of standing ull uskow, with the stalls and nied his candidacy. Maiden Lane, New York. Agts. My 0 boy likes It so with interest as tho new plan will ha cries for rannot nnd words to Ull how highly I Mac Porter a tew days before the silver Senators opposed, because they the mind. When he closed he had tho wagon shed where ho and Dorothy wanted. Uood's fills in, ths Wa um the u bo put on trial for tho first timo. aud thly used to meet. Ho would sleep that night " Democratic Convention that bo was a thought they could "thereby secure a succeeded In convincing his audience in 0110 of tho wagons. It Act 'Like a Oharm Mayoh Cakteh Haiiiuson, of candidato, aud yet bo was seeking it compromise in the shape olan amend- that he was nlogiclan of the greatest dusk, but tho life camo back quite clear.take pleasure la recommending theif(aMH elnea to all my trieadi, fori believe Miopia ly. Work was over, and uobody would ment tlinvuld provide in some depth. Chicago, was shot down in his elegant all the while. d Every We cordially Invite him to come come, so he went in and climbed up out silhome at Chicago Saturday night by mau recognized that tho nomination way for the continued coinage of ngain, or any of the great men that of Bight, a crank named Pcndergast, and died in all fairness belonged to Mac Por- ver money. After Senator Sherman no heard alight step nnd peeped over old Hartford may send us. J ah. kieP Hood "MS""!" and Hood's the tailboard. Thcro stood tho Doll almost instantly. Mr. Harrison was ter, but Mr. Smith kuew that his only served notice on the Democrats, in 11111 at u we do, much sickness audi u bring would be prevented." Ma Banford of years ago. with budding oww a uativo Kentuckian.a successful bus- hopo of success lay in a scciet can- his great speech.that the Republican KifDiusini Bun; Delaware. Senators who were committed to unSEND twelve cents fn postage womanhood beneath the open neck of iness man and politician, and generalthe placo assisted by a packvass for her print frock. She had run ont in Heed's WMQt, easily, yet proaUy tU Building, Washstamps JMeauy.eaUMUversiidboweta. lips were ly beloved by the people. A very sad ed convention. Henco his nomina conditional repeal would not aid the ington, to39Corcoran Hw D. C, and you will receive haste. Her looking parted. He could I Mm Democrats in arriving at any comprosee her f uco toward tho gate into feature of tho case is tho fact that ho tion. Verily, Tom Smith is a "tlick four copies of Kate Pie d's WashingMan r 1'omoiia emw mise. The Democrats tried to patch ton, containing matter of special inUfa tf Ml TV Itnntt rn sirwl UCAli tnn.i tie 1IUO ll liutfn WWII lUlltllCU UJUUlll ire lirokcn Alwji I om I household IlliriniS.. Mru to a charming youug woman of Louis- - ono- - but ,ho I0!'16 httvo 11 euouBh a compromise among themselves, but terest. Give name and address, and just as when they said ho was too wild Sl MLrimAlAiim Wf twir.ATld SL V" Drotvu'H Iron Bitters atM for their Dorothy. M4ITAAM WlMITATtMi iPnacMs. ' of him. rebuilds the system, aids digestion, removes ex. iana. Mr. Cleveland 'succeeded in prevent. where yon saw this advertisement. ly ess of bile, . 1" Hartford Eopublican Under the now School Law it is Mr. G. d. FiTZticoti is a man well fitted for the position ho seeks and made the plain duty of the Trustees to with certain the people will maintain their tchool supply each Sohool-bous- o interests by choosing him as their next articles ol furniture named and described in languago that cannot bo School Superintendent. misunderstood. Tho great majority That there arc tnoro ways than one of Trustees in Ohio county at least are ol attending to public business is supplying their houses as rapidly ns abundantly demonstrated by nbscrva thoy can. Quito a number already tion. Last year a Board ol School have their furniture, others havo orTrustees in the county at a cost of ders out and nro expecting theirs in a 840 to the District, and in opposition few days aud still others are preparto the advice ol other pailiei),lurnish ing to make ordors at once. Trusteed cd their schooMiouso with old fashgenerally aro taking hold ol the work desks instead oi ioned home-mad- e energy, and a general awake- nmodern patent desks, and now tho ing ol the people to tho needs ot our new School Law comes and condemns schools is the result. Great good is their new desks, compelling the Trust A very few accomplished. ees to furnish other and better ones. districts aro trying tho expensive ex- Tho old desRS are almost a total loss oi attempting to iulGll the and thus the District is put to an requiiements of tho law by supplying expense that might have been avoidseats. their houses with home-moded by Trustees up with tho time, Nearly ull aro buying patent furniture Again, another Board ol Trustees in outright, and only the smallest numa District whose house had been cou ber are defying the law altogether. demned found it necessary to change There are, wo are wrry to Kay, 11 few the location of their school-hous- e site Boards declaring they will nut comply and so purchased an acre of ground, with tho law, and the patrons of at for which they paid $10. They have least ono district have entered into n since sold $10 50 worth oi timber off coutract binding' themselves individof the lot and still have a nice grove. ually to pay their proportional part of At the recent session ot the Court the expenses ot tho Trustees should fined for their of Claius a committee was appointed they be indicted and failure to comply with tho law. Willi to look into the advisability ot building a brick wall and iron fence around this backing tho Trustees are openly will of the peothe Court yard, and to advertise for defying the expressed in out statbids for the work in order to deter- - ple of the Stato as written mine the cost and to report at the utes, and refuse absolutely to pur. January term. Now, that is business chaso the furniture required by law. uud common sense. The present wall One or two members of tho Board is rotting out and needs to be replac- would have been williog to purchase ed at once. It will bo a waste of the furniture but the "District kickmoney to build another wooden wall. ed" and assured them with the abovo By all means let us have the brick named agreement, and they have wall. As for the fence, its present folded their arms in security and thus condition speaks volumes in its own set themselves up to dety tho Com- I condemnation, and au iron leuce is m do wen tli. All this occurs, too, in ' a community noted alike for its in The county pride, what we need. telligence and its religious devotion. public convenience and even com' is situated within The School-hous- e mon decency are cast aside by tho of the Court yard, one hundred yards of the altar around present condition and tho people will set the seal of which these abettors ol this defiance of the law meet to sing and pray. their approval upon this public-spirite- d Strange isn't it; but true, nevertheaction of the Court. Conservative o . v . hi 4 k, v-- : Act-navil- le expen-perune- nt blus-tcre- d ? - ut I - I unrea-Kmabl- o, V. h. -f f 1 r.n. A f. m tac-ticl- Re-fol- d Polls close at 4 o'clock. in srsss: izLt j ,,,. - 1 Colored Teachers' Examination Friday, Nov. 10. 'V t t .. 1' Post-offic- t : 1 4fc" a SUM be-fir- over-anxio- n. -1 r.'- 4- ' J i 48-5- y fair-minde- Polls close at o'clock. Hood's 1- - Cures Um geautea. f- - - 1 1 &&? ll , , T .,' 'SWtfiJ' sad cures malaria. Ot 1 rtir,: . Kf "? J w.i i, V i A' ' ' f" ,t ',iv.i,; ;'J'it'i' y V, -- - "X7" ? Believe AcaL-V- .. THAT BY .A. --A. Fifilxa. StcttezTLexxi;, Plain ent, j3l Pleiln. Sale, WE SHALL GIVE ap-u-tolloit- ca-re,e- r Greater 8atiiaotlon, C3r2ra,tr Value, Greater Bargains, AND SAYE kV.' YOU k DOLLAR THEN. NOW AND Fall Goods- - in Dress Patterns, Cloak0, Wraps and General Lines. FrtlRBROS.&CO fwrt-'M- CPENCEBiANSf TrmtnAiir. llootr-Krutnl- Ths frrait nraattcal and liunluosa und aurueu. Cfttalnuuo free. pamiport HBwCollege. Thoy jrlTa aTimlnMii to Boo'y. Address Sponcerlau Rhorthand College at Knot Pres't, J. V. JfUh, bpem-or- , Louisville, Ky., Owenabora, Ky., or Evansvllle, Ind. 3, 1893. Friday, Novrmijrr Carson & Co. lead, r Remember that the old reliable, C. R. Martin, the Jewclef, is still in Hartford and will stay here in the future. So carry your watch to him. We received, this week, a long communication without any signature. Articles for publication must bear the writer's full naraeand address. Buy your School Furniture and apparatus, required by the new school law, of the United States School Furniture Co. W. A Gibson Agt. Hartford, Ky. tl W. II. WJLLIAMS LHADS. New Clothing at Carson &jCo.'s. Buy your Clothing at Carson &Co. For a good road wagon call on C. L. Field. Try the 1.00 ladies' Shoes at Carson & Co's. FREsTli-iSGKOCKRIUS at Stevens & Collins. More new Millinery Goods to-da- ft Vsv ' .vi: r: fc Jf- , ". 1 . : . 'i hf T V if' Wffifr sop.? ii Mr. Ed Blacklock, of Barretts Ferry, who tyad a very difficult operation at.Carson &Co's. performed on his face by Dr. J. E. Sec the new stock of Kid Gloves Pendleton a few weeks ago, is still improving and will soon be fully reat Carson & Co's. covered. Everybody can be fitted up in ClothFor the lowest prices and the best ing at Carson & Cos. terms on School Furniture nnd appaThey arc just in, Carson & Co's ratus, required by the new school law, fall and winter Caps. see or write W. A. Gmsov, Agt. Hartford, Ky. , We can down 'era all on fine Dress tf Gcods at Carson & Co's. The Bon Ton Socials entertained a Call nt Stevens & Collins and see number of friends lastThursdayeven-in- g at the Hartford House. A most their new stock of groceries. pleasant evening was enjoyed by all. new hat, see Miss SaIf you need a At the request of quite a number of ra Collins, with Carson & Co. guests the Club will entertain FriGo to II. C. I'ace for nny thing you day evening, Nov. 3 at the same may need In the tonsorial line. place. NEW CURRANTS, DRIED The handsome residence of Dr. etc., at Stevens & Collins. George Mitchell, at Beaver Dam, was II you need a stylish hat, see Miss burned )ast Tuesday, evening. The fire originated from a defective flue Sara'Collins, with Carson & Co. and was not discovered until it was Remember that C. I Field keeps too late to save the house, though the the best rigs for hire day or night, was saved. most of the furniture Fresh Pork Sausage constantly on Loss pot known. hand at W. H. Williams. Try it. Alfred Lee, son of Isham Lee, near For a pleasant ride to Heaver Dam, Sulphur Springs, died of typhoid fever on lost Monday, at ten o'clock. leave your orders with 6. L. Field, and He was an exemplary yonng man, is ou "Overcoat season was about eighteen years of age. you can get a good one at Carson & Co and The remains were interred in the Mt. Cheese, Bologna sausage and Dried Vernon burying ground Tuesday Beei always on hand at W. II. Willevening. AP-PLU- S, us-no- w t The Barretts Ferry bridge is provW. H. Williams lor tea and ing a very great coveneince to the coffee, for he sells them cheaper than people of the northern part of the anyone in town. county: It Is however not completed GIN- yet as there are no railings on the W. H. Williams wants your approaches. They are badly needed. SENG', POULTRY and all kinds of It is quite dangerous without them country ptoduce. and the proper authorities should see Reports reached us yesterday even- to putting them up at once. ing that Mrs. Dr. S. J. Wedding, of Rv. Reed, of color, of Owens-bor.Rosine, was dying. has just closed a very successMaster Mae Fogle, son of J. E. ful protracted meeting at the Baptist Fpgle, who has been quite sick the Church in Haytl. Between fifty and past week ts some better. sixty professed faith in , Christ and forty were baptized. The converts Remember that W. H. Williams is are from among our best colored headquarters foP DANANAS and citizens. Rev. Reed ts an earnest ORANGES, lemons, figs, &c. christian gentleman, a fine preacher " ; Mr. F. M. Petty, a former teacher and has greatly endeared himself to wno will of this county, has recently embarked .our ( colored mesas, In the luerchantlle busl ness at David- gladly welcome hint back any time I ' . be may choose to come, son Station. o, , iams'. Try 35 If you want your horse well cared day. We have hot been nble to learn anything from her at this writing. for, leave him with Cnscbler & Bur-toJames Pntton has been hauling logs for Jas. Thomas the past week. Wc have a mammoth stock of The health of this community is Shoes and Boots to select from at Carvery good at this writing. son & Co's. Jesse Mosely and Willie Lee have Smoot is the only Photographer, purchased what is known as the s and if jou want work call place. on him before he leaves. Marcus D. McClure and F. M. Bo- Go to Casebier & Burton for good zartb, of Grnyson county, were the saddle nnd harness horses, day or guests of I. E. McClure nnd famil' last week. night. Rates reasonable. The greatest good to the greatest W, II. Rhoads, who has been ill number of people would be the clec with typhoid fever here since October tion ofWm. M.Awtry to represent the 1st, is nble to be out again. good people of Ohio county in the For a shave, shingle or shampoo, next Legislature. It is only a few go to II. C. Pace, one of the best bar- days until the time the "people" bers in Western Kentucky. will have the say who shall be their choice. Why not cast your eye on We will receive another new lot ot Hats and Caps. If you want the past and be as wise as serpents and as harmless as doves and vote the latest, visit Carson & Co. for the party that has upheld this naCarson & Co. 's stock of Fall Dry tion and saved it from ruin. The Re Goods was selected during hard times publican party nnd Republican prinand will be sold at hard times prices. ciples are the only hopes by which When you come to court or to the the grand old ship can be saved. U. Know. election or when in Hartford, call at the Hartford House. You will be Entertainment. given the best thcniarkct affords, The Intermediates of the Hartford J. F. Carson, Prop'r. College, taught by Miss Sallie ColeDon't forget that Carson & Co. car- man, will entertain in the College ry a full and complete line of staple Hall, Friday, afternoon, precisely at and fancy grocerles.which will be sold 2 o'clock, November 3, 1893: PROGRAM OP BXRRCISI-S- . like all other goods they sell at the lowest cash prices. Intemediates' Welcome Chorus. When I Was a Boy Jessie CaseH. E. Hill, of Paradise, and Miss bier. Ollle Cox, of Rochester, were married Fannie's Secret 8 little girls. yesterday at the Hartford House by Sick Doll 1 Boy 2 Girls. Rev. G. J. Bean. Mr. Carson invites Graves of a Household Mary all wedding parties to make his hotel Schapmire. headquarters. When I was a Baker Eldred Pate. Mr. Steve Daniel and wife, of Ola-to"They're After Me" Solo, Sam have not lived happily together Cox. for quite a number of years. On last WORKINO ROYS. Friday Mrs. Daniel told her husband The Rehearsal 3 Boys 3 Girls. that she wanted to go to Hartford and Politeness Ike Sanderfur. bring suit for a divorce and wanted a HOOP DRILL. horse to ride. Mr. Daniel refused her Counting Chickens Before They're the horse and getting on one horse Hatched 3 Boys. My Son John Ollie Lyons. and leading the other he started off Bessie Willtelling his family that he was going Mr. What's-his-nam- e to Indiana. An soon as he was gone iams. 1 Boy Mrs. Daniel sought legal advice and A Place for Everything 2 on Saturday took all the movable Girls. Gathering the Myrtle With Mary property about the place, live stock as well, and moved it to Solo Florence Morton. Cousin Bell's visit 4 Girls. Caneyville. On Sunday night Mr, My Boarding House Albert StewDaniel, who had only gone over to Fordsvillc, returned home and to his art. WAX WORKS. very great surprise found his wife and Beckie Miller Willie Campbell. family gone nnd with them all his BROOM DRIGADK property that could be taken away. It is expected that the affair will be Wmited! brought into the courts and a lively of good popOne or two time will no doubt be the result. lar lumber. Address, Xotler! F. A. Ames & Co., If any duly appointed challenger S tf Owensboro, Ky. for our party fails to be present at the opening of the polls in any precinct The Roalue TonclicrV Axsoclnllou in Ohio county on the morning of Will convene nt Rosine, Saturday November 7, I hereby authorize and Nov. 25th, nt 1 o'clock p. m., with empower the Republican Judge for the following program: Primary Reading G. W. Miller such precinct election to appoint some good Republican to net as challenger. and Ida Allen. Penmanship A. P. Thomas. J. S. R. Wedding, Recitation Nettie Rogers. Ch'm'n Ohio Co. Rep. Ex. Com. Grading Schools Mrs. Public Colin Ilnpenlujra. Prof O. M. Shultz and G. B. Slack Ella Rogers and G. S. .Fitzhugh. What can be done to interest the returned from Chicago Monday, people in popular education? Mrs. J. Mr. J R McAfee conducted General Exercises Tuesday morning, and A. Wedding, W. G. Stewart, Henry Leach and Henri Hammonds. gave the school a good talk. Recitation Levinia Myers, Iva Nail and Leslie Johnson are out Essay Ella Herring. of school this week. Select Reading Albert London. R. E. L. Simmerman attended "X" Composition 'F. L. Sanderfur. Tuesday morning. Physiology Alice Plummer, L. B. Miss Ada Brown visited at No Creek Mills and W. G. Sanders. Saturday and Sunday. Recitation Sue Monroe. The pupils of the Intermediate DeDeclamation U. C. Barnett. partment under the charge of Miss Paper J. S. Fitzhugh. Sallie Coleman will entertain in ColThe Teachers are requested to be lege Hall this evenijig. These boys prompt G. W. Miller, Pres. and girls have done fine work this Lucy B. Towns end, Sec'y. year and we bespeak for them a sucHerald please copy. cessful entertainment m m Monday night the teachers met On KixnuunouK. at, Mrs. Vaught's to hear Dr. AlexanOct 27 A. C. Ellis and R. A. extremely interesting top- Anderson have moved their sorghum der ic, guage." At the meeting Mon- mill to Chas. Campbell, and are busday night they decided to take up ily engaged in making molnsses. Psychology as a regular study: so on Miss Oma Smith, of the WashingWednesday night when they met with ton neighborhood, spent Siturday Miss Nail it was to recite their first night with her aunt, Mrs. Ella Shown. lesson, which was of great interest. Miss Ollie Lashbrook, who spent last week visiting friends here, will where she leave for No Creek Free Mllver Meeting-- . At a meeting of the friends of free will spend the coming week among coinage of silver, held in Hartford, friends, after which she will leave for Ky., October 30, 1893, pursuant to her home in Daviess county. Miss Ora Barnett spent Sunday in previous notice. The meeting was called to order by Rev, Tom Balmain, Kinderhook. Misses Oma and Lula Tanner were and Ben Newton, was elected Chairman and W. P. Bennett was chosen in this community .Sunday evening. W. H. Barnes nnd wife spent SatSecretary. A. S. Worsley, Thomas Balmain urday evening in Kinderhook, the and Thomas Wallace were appointed guests of J. H. Patton and wife. a committee on Resolutions, who aftJo. Foster, wife and children spent er retiring, reported the following, Sunday visiting near Centertown, which were unanimously adopted: Rev. L. R. Barnett left last week , , Resolved ist, That we demand for Arkansas. Mr. A. C. Ellis and wife left for the free coinage of silver and gold on the same terms and conditions that Union county yesterday, where they existed from the foundation of the spend about two weeks visiting friends and relatives. A. M. S. Government up to 1873, id. The thanks of the people are At Home. due to those noble and patriotic SenHaving had an excellent season "on ators who have so long withstood the the road" with my splendid photocombined assaults of the money powgraphing outfit I have now establisher of New York and London, one ed my gallery pennanently at my wing of which was led by John Sher- new house in Beaver Dam, Ky., where I am .fully equipped for doing all man and the other by Grovcr CleveCabikinds of photographic work. land. net photo's 0 specialty. InstantaneThe Hartford Rkpuumcan and Her- ous photographs of children. Call ald, Farmers' and Laborers' Journal, and see my work. Very truly. A. D. Taylor. National View and all free silver papers arc requested to publish these All the talk in the world will not proceedings. Ben .Newton, Ch'm'n. convince yon so quickly as one trial W. P. Bennett, Sec'y. of Dc Witt's Vitch Hazel Salve for m HOBTeN. scalds, burns, bruises, skin affection L. B. Bean. Oct 29. We are having some beau- and piles, tiful weather. Miss Georgia .Wedding is better. atw g Mrs. HunleyM Rockport, is . her daughter, Mrs. Jones Muir. Your genial machine Agent, G, B, Williams,, was in our midst lost Monnlldloc Material. day. Any one needing building material Born to the wife of Wade Daniel, of any kind, such as lumber, ceiling, on the 27th inst , a fine boy, Wade flooring, windows, sash, doors, lime, can grin an opossum out of a tree. cement, or builders hardware, would ' Mrs.Julia Wed'dldg was called to do well to call on or write to Cary & bed-sid- e of Mrs. Dr. Wedding Satur- - Marble, Owensboro, Ky. --. n. Jar-nag- in first-clas-to-da- y car-loa- PERSONAL C. B. B. Felix.'Olatotii was in town Wednesday. C. M. Cole, Davidson Station, called to see us while in town Monday. Miss Dora Crawford, of Millwood, visited Miss Flora Ross the past week. R.J. Barnett, Rives, Tenn., spent Monday visiting his mother's family near town. Mrs. L. P Loney, formerly of this place, but now of Uniontown, was in the city this week. MissJosic Duke, of Livingston, Montana, is visiting her lather's family this week. V, M. Stewart and family, of Beda, visited friends and relatives at Rosine Saturday and Sunday. Miss Effie Sanders, of Victoria, and Miss Annie Ncwcomb, of near Ilcda, were In town Wednesday. Miss Dessie Duke, SulphurSprings, was the guest of Mrs. Bean, at the Comcrcial Hotel this week. from Jos. M. Barnett returned Owensboro Monday, where he secured a position in the tobacco business' Win. D. Sanders nnd wife and D. II. Sanders, Victoria, I Ion cock county, were the guests of W. H. b and family, near Bcda, this week. New-com- Our Low Prices Are the talk of the country. PERFECT MERCHANDISE Was never marked so low before. Our Clothing Eoom is full of the best that the market will afford. We have just received another shipment of Children's Clothing, also a new lot of Overcoats, Hats, Caps, and in fact everything to fit a man up in style. AW Scrofula whether hereditary or acquired, is thoroughly expelled from the blood by Hood's Sarsaparilla, the great blood purifier. CLOAKS IN ABUNDANCE! -- "l!i il White Teachers' Exanination Friday November, 3d. m m FITS. All fits stopped free by Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. No Marvelous fits after first day's use. cures. Treatise and $2.00 trial bottle free to Fit cases. Send to Dr. Kline, 931 Arch St., Phila., Pa. For sale by all druggists; call on yours. 36 xy One word describes it "perfection." We refer to De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, which cures obstinate sores, bums, skin diseases and is a well known cure for piles. L. B. Bean. That's a good maxim, but it will not work as a rule in the purchase of Any of a Remedy for Rheumatism. the cheap nostrums, will not effect a cure in fact none of them will. Don't trifle with life and prolong agony. Get Dr. Drummond's Lightning Remedy, and a speedy cure is certain. One bottle is worth a hundred of anything else, and for that reason it is the cheapest when a cure is wanted. Of druggists, or sent to any address Drummond Medicine by express. Co., 0 Maiden Lane, New York. Agents wanted. 48-5- "Any l'ort In nNtorm." A great display of Dress Goods, all colors, all designs and styles. Misses, Ladies and Children's Underwear, all kinds and prices. A complete stock of Furniture, Staple and Fancy Groceries. Will buy all kinds of country produce. Thanking you for. past favors, and soliciting a continuance of same, We are yours, 0-:E3S- lf Ml IT Sz, CO. M STILL FIGHTING! . 1 M VICTORY IS OURS! We are waging an unmerciful war on our Large Stock against aDd ;" C' HIGH PRICES! , c J to-da- Our warfare is just and in accord with the wishes of the people. Orders from headquarters state, "Use your knife cut right and left, until it is reeking with the blood of high prices." In accord with instructions, we beg leave to announce that we have cut prices without mercy and can supply the people ol Hartford and surrounding country with anything in Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Furnishing Goods, &c,, at i -j sfed ' iV'' Am k ' " j 5? :u For the Gents, we have the latest in Medium and Heavyweight Suits, Overcoats, Boots, Shoes, Underwear and a full line of Furnishing Goods. We call the especial attention of the ladies to our Medium and Heavy-weighin Dress Goods, Woolen, Flannels, Lindseys, Cotton Flannels, Cottons, Ginghams, Calicoes, also to our Ladies', Misses and Children's Underwear for winter. Don't forget to ask to see our Shoes, suitable jbr all kinds of weather. ts JJ Vft 'i r - j - ',. 4 -- '' a' ': VjhL c i S-.- ' i,' V vis-tin- Polls close o'clock. 4 During the battle we guarantee a saving of 25 to 50 per cent on all purchases." f K1 V ,vm i T he ,house'thatw defies; competition and laughs at opposition; . .ftfl ;pm ., - :w r.i ..t. -"- . j iU .. - l" I .. i ; '. -- N '", v ' . kftLtkyfaAflff u : , Jfeiefejj A. h J.'- - i,?feiw&ia&. ' .. .,- - flg fejft : .. f- mUmk 0&dzMr WVj G i 11 V.' w "V I : Hartford Republican Friday, NoviiMiutu A BRIGAND 3, 1893. LOVliR. Wliy do you look lit infl so, flormslncf Why Is tlint iiUre In jour cirnful eyfsf Troubles we roust lmvc, )ou know, Oermntoog Tliin ) ou'ro a fool to lot temper rise. Wliat though your hair bo a ;rown of (Mat, Need you cnklndlo my linte lo fire? I love lierl Yes, fttiil tliftt's by she came, 80 you may stlllo Jour futile Ire. Deep lire lier eyes M the dusk, Ucrinnlne, Ilccp ns tbo ilnsk Btnl of mournful brown, Smiles like Ilia fnlntness nf musk, Ucrmalne, Ilrows liko a queen's, but too soft lo frown. After your paiulonato Icnoiunl bate, Sweet, full sweet, will her mildness be. Like roollns winds when the day dies Into, I.lko harbor after a stormy sea. There, will you never bo still, Oermalnef Strange that J ou'ro woman enough to cry. What! )ou would strike mo to kill, Ucrmalne? dlel Tasto my good blado for jourpalns-a- nd Hero ) 0 arc, men, with tho other one. Yes, dead Is (lermalno, as e see. Thcro wasn't room enough 'nratli tho sun For the old love, tho new lovo and met -- It. Q. Welsh In Springfield Homestead, TWO OF THEM. Early in tho winter of 1803 I was ordered to report nt Denton barracks, St. Louis, to assist in organizing now regiments. It looked liko snow when I left Philadelphia, and it did biiow woreo and worse, ns wo speeded farther west. By tho tinio wo reached Tcrro Haute, Ind things looked very Mtio for getting on. Anxious not to lose, n chanco to resell my btation, I "held tho fort" in tho curs, tho conductor assuring mo that tho engine and muil car would go ahead anyhow, nml that I could bo thus "put through." I was awakened by thobrakcraan, who informed mo that tho conductor had gone to tho hotel, leaving him to wake mo and say that thero was no hopo for anything on wheels going out that night. My disappointment rendered mo angry and unreasonable. I roeo up in my wrath and nnathcmatizod tho road and nil connected with it, high nml low. As ho advised mo to stay in tho cars, I determined not to do so. I had been for some cigVt months at my home, recovering from an ugly wound in tho faco received in our first This was advanco against Richmond. not entirely healed, and my head was "in n bag" a largo covering inclosing my face and head, leaving only tho left oyo and mouth visible and this, while it nppealed to tho patriotic, luado me a queer looking figure. In tho baggage car, chained to my trunk, was Mac, mydog, a largo English greyhound, o pet I had brought from homo through a feeling of sentiment. Once determined to sally forth, I went to tho bnggngo car, untied Mnc, opened my trunk, oxchanged my dress overcoat for ono of rough blue, drew on long boots outsido my trousers, und strapped on n belt with two six shooters in holsters. Receiving information as to the direction of tho hotel from tho brake-maand calling Mac, wo plunged into tho storm. On and on and on wo blundered nnd stumbled, tho poor dog keeping close to mo and whining piteously. Suddenly I heard n noise, and forcing my way agninst tho wind and snow toward it couio "bang up" against tho side of a house. Under this partial protection I locked along and was cl red by tho sight of 11 gleam of light which camo from an open window. I quickly found tho door of tho house, nnd with Mac entered tho dingy barroom of a third rate lager beer saloon. It was about 11 o'clock at night. Tho proprietor was a rough, burly German, Ho stared with astonishment as wo burst in upon Lira. "Can I stay here tonight?" n decided that 1 was "In for It." 1 crept out of lied nnd went to tho door no lock or catch was there. I looked for something to brnco against it. Nothing could bo tumid. Ono of tho two chairs hnd only three legs, nnd neither had any back. I was caught in 11 trap. I had fought my way through overy grndo from privnto to captain, in tho field, and dono overy lino of duty from picket to pitched battle, but I nover hnd such trying hours as 1 passed in that bed. I.could recognizo tho shuflling of stocking shod feet on tho first floor und could hear a steady conversation for about 15 minutes. Then nil was quiet for a timo. Next 1 heard a heavy, but cautious tread, ascending to tho landlord's room, and tho woman's whieiers wcro renewed. Tho garret room door was opened just a oracle. Thcro I fastened my gaze. To that iK)lnt I directed tho barrels of my pistols. I heard tho stairs creak and tho wind howl. I wntched and waited nnd finally I fell asleep. When .1 nwoke, Mac was licking my faco nnd broad daylight was streaming through tho window. My pistols lay where they hnd fallen from my hands. I felt in my pockets. There was my money all right. Quickly 1 mado my way down stairs. In tho barroom, which seemed rather cozy by morning view, was tho hosti who now looked nn honest, sturdy fellow. "Can I havo breakfast for myself and dog?" "Well, I guess so; nftcr a bit." And nil tho timo howns eying mo most furiously. I took n seat by tho hot stove. Ho camo and rnttled it n littlo with tho poker, and at hist said: "Say, vat mit dat other feller you do lasht night dot you so moch him skecr?' "Dol" eald 1. "1 didn't do anything, and as to 'skeer' I'll bet a horse he wasn't hnlf as much 'skcored' as I was tho thundering big border rufllnul" "By shimminyl dot a good ono was. Ha comes down all mit der drimbils nnd vakes my wife, nnd sho myself vnkc, nnd ho say to me, 'Wot fer you sent to mino potroom op dot feller mit a vito mask his faco on, unt two pishols unt dot pig ploothonn dog? I shtay not der room iu mit uo such ploothoun uutmur-tercudtrote.' I haf de Bhairs in do kitchen for him fix, unt ho at de daylight leaf mitout his breakfast what for ho der last night paid." In spito of its very tame, though satisfactory ending, that was as trying a night ns ever I passed in my life. Romance. Fanny Kcmble nnd the Shopman. I went out shopping with Fanny Ecmblo ono spring morning when she thought her room would look tho brighter for muslin curtains to ndmit tho light. She carried a long purse full of sovereigns in her hand. Wo drove to Regent street to a shop whero sho told mo her mother and her aunt used both to go. It may have been over that very counter that tho classic "Will it wash?" was uttored. The shopman, who had assuredly not served Mrs. Siddons, or. ho would havo learned his lesson earlier in life, produced silken hangings and worsted and fabrics of various lines and textures, to Mrs. Kemble's great annoyance. I hnd gone to another counter nnd came back to find her surrounded by draperies, sitting on her chair and looking very seri ous. Distant thunder seemed in the air. "Young man," she said to tho shopman, "perhaps your timo is of no vuluo to you; to mo my time is of great value. I shall thank you to show me tho things I asked for instead of nil thcto things for which I did not ask." And sho flushed such a glanco nt him as must have surprised the youth. Ho looked perfectly scared, seemed to leap over tho counter, and tho muslin curtainB appeared on the spot. Mrs. Ritchie in Macmillan's Magazine. A Ghost Story nf the Victoria Disaster, Nil II EVE. The people in this neighborhood nrc spending the beautiful days in housing this year's labors. Mrs. Wcllcr, of Sulphur Springs, spent last week iu visiting her son, Mr. A. Wcller. Mr. Ilnidtit Porter and wife spent Sunday nnd Monday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Burton Coombs, the lalters grand parents. Miss Lclia Hccson spent Saturday and Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Bren-to- n Grant, The party nt Mr. L. Grant's, Friday night, was pronounced a success by those present. Mr. and Mrs." Prank Rebarkcr, of Olaton, spent Sunday with Mr, Tom Maxwell's family. Mr. Woodford Grant has quite a hobt of visitots this week relatives ftom Bullitt county. Mr. J Wcller, of Sulphur Springs, happened to quite nn accident last Miiulay while crossing Rough River nt Hite s Palls. His horse fell and before it could regain its footing, horse, buggy and driver were carried over the Falls. Mr. Welter escaped tinhtut, but his buggy was con sider-abl- y damaged. Success to the Rupuhmcan is the wish of Vankssa. Only 11 Hot I The above charming booklet scut 10 I2t by mail lor Otic Dollar. G. Wiugiit, Richardsville, Ky. fr If you cati nflbrd to be annoyed by sick headache and constipation, don't tie De Witt's Little Harly Risers ior they will curq them. L. B. Buan. The sketch of General Anustcad Lindscy I.ong, in the November number of Fetter's Sottteni Magazine, will appeal strongly to all who know this heroin war and peace. Other articles make up a most attractive issue. l'n Vpt The teachers who subscribed to the fund to be expended in the purchase of a Webster's International Dictionary forthe school having the best work in the Teachers Exhibit and who have not paid their subscriptions, are earnestly recmestedto remit to me at once, as the Dictionary has been ordered and will be here in a few days. The subscriptions were made at the Institute last year. Hoping to have an early response, I am yours truly, Jo. B. Rogisks, County Superintendent. m ADAiiimn. Oct. 24. The health in this community is very good. Mrs. Annie Ambrose, who has been confined to her room ior sonic time with Cntarrh in the head, is, we arc glad to say, able to be out ngaJn. Rev. V. D. Cox is conducting a very interesting meeting nt Mt. Mor-ia- h School-housnear here. Quite n number of conversions have been reported nnd a greatrcligiousawaken,-in- g is felt. Bro, Cox has Intely joined the Baptist church nnd is working under the supervision of the Baptist District Mission Board. The large and commodious tent, which has l.Ue-l- y been purchased by the Board, is being used by him to accommodate the Inrge crowds which attend the meeting Even this fails in some instances to accommodate the audience. Rev. Cox, though comparatively young in the Ministry, is making himself felt ns nn evangelist ical worker and piomiscs to be a great power iu the Baptist Chinch .The school nt this place is progressing nicely. On Saturday night Nov. the 4th, Prof. O. M SliulU will deliver nn at this place on the s ubject ol , Education. Every body is expected to attend. Basil Taylor visited friends in Owcnsboro this week. The spelling match, which was given at our School-hous- e last Friday night, was highly enjoyed. We had the pleasure of attending a joint meeting of the Hartford and Bttlord Magisterial District Association last Saturday nt Beda. The meeting was a very interesting one. The people of Beda deserve much credit for the interest mauilcstcd and the hospitable way in which they entertained the teachers. e, ! sr HILL'S fH ff REMEMBER,!'1, tUo moat I cRroturiiivostlRntlon ns to our rcaponilbll I 117 ana uo merit of our A CUBE I miMiiy 4 S t S a mL. . 'i'i.ilIj;TB 111 completely net iroy mo aciire ror tuhacuo In rrom 3 ton rtnyg. 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OUIO. 1 Hftnf 1ft I ' 1 Don Juas, with-le- w I V. AUan JI&tril If F I W cund at humo 1IH t, tia,Oluco tieiilanicntFItLr. Iin.M.WlX)l.I,EY.M.D. Whitehall outp4ln.liooko!r.r- - bt Ha bbbVI airraQaPaf!? BT-'H- K t lPSS'?3ar VWm aHaav". J V -- 'sr.CTTOL HCTWEEN Commercial Hotel, R. We MEMPHIS, I LOUSVILLE and W,T" te consumer, CENTRAL CITY, KY. PAXON, PROPRITOR. Has just been repaired aud newly I?. close orfiret-clnsslunc- PULLMAN BUFFET Sleeping Cars' OKLKAM, thus saving him the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices are reas- Respectfully, onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. are manufacturers of Bunnies, Carts Surries and Carrlanes, and deal directly with xrii-- siL.iiaL., X , A m FltOM AND TO wVakasVVAAiJai).J A y,- -. VM furnished. Located h Good meals it u trial. to Depot. Give i.iuiHViM.t:,tti:.nriiis,vifK.Mit!it HATON IKMlII.nlid XKW cr WW. vIh Owemboro, Ky. passed n door on tho second floor a worn-- , an's voico called to tho man. I supposo she asked him what ho was doing, as ho answered that ho was only going to show "dis fcllor to bet." The room in which ho placed mo was mean in every way ono strip of rag carpet in tho middle, a jioor bed under eucli slopo of tho roof. He pluced tho candlestick on n rudo shelf, nnd with a grunt took his departure. I looked around nnd did not liko tho appearance of things. I saw a lot of rough clothing piled on a broken chair by ono bedbide. I took the candle and went quietly over to survey my room-mutI was not prepossessed in his favor. Ho was a willow looking chap, with a big black board nnd tangled hair. The outlines of his figuro, curled up under tho blankets, Hcemeil to indicato that ha was about 7 feet high, and I could seo that ho was feigning sloop and watching mo, I determined to "bluff it through," if pobsiblu. Placing the candlo nguiu on tho shelf, I unbuttoned tho overcout and drew forth my big "navies;" putting them 011 half cock, I twirled the cylinder around and looked carefully into each chamber; then with a sigh of relief, and as if to say, "That's good for six shots anyhow," I laid them on tho bed I was to occupy. Then I pulled tho old slouch hat ns far over my ears us iossiblo, turned, down tho blankets, nnd with boots, oWrcoat and hat 011, turned into tho bed. Tho pistols I placed ono on each side of me; tho ltnifo I laid under my back. I wakened Muc, who, totally exhausted, was asleep on tho floor, lmvdo hlin jump in nnd Ho down closo to mo, and then pulled tho blanket over us both, I quickly dropped into a half sleep. A movement from the other creaky bed awakened me. I opened my eyes, and by tho dull snow light which straggled through tho singlo window could see tho outlines of tho man in tho other bed, and ho was sitting up. In an instant I was on the nlort, but rnado no movement. Ho leaned forward nnd seemed to listen. Then ho dropped down again. In about Ave minutes ho onco moro raised himself nnd for a time was motionless. Then ono leg was put outside tho cover; then tho other, nndho stood erect. With tho utmost caution ho invested his long legs in their proper garments, and then gathering up his other clothing nnd boots in his arms ho stole- quietly ns 11 robber out of the room. I heard him descend tho stairs and knock lightly on tho door of tho landlord's chamber. Several times ho knocked. Then tho doors opened, nnd I could hear tho dull muttering of tho big German, tho shrill whispers of a woman, and earnest though low tones, which must bo thoso of tho stranger. Then tho two flS.Jj'$At!L0.wn.i!i!( 1'1.0 t5G!i!Slmi.P a ' " rifli T'r, t - "Nawl" "Why not? Look here, old man, I look pretty rough, but I've got money to pay for everything I want or order," nnd I showed him a large roll of green backs. "If you can't give me a bed, make up your firo hero so it will keep all night, and I'll pay yon well to let mo sleep on chairs in this barroom." "Veil," ho replied, with hesitation, "I haf von room got, unt in't two bed is, bud der is von man dare already." "I don't caro if there's nn elephant in tho ono bed, so I got tho other," said L "Let's have it right off." "Der dog he will hero shtay, eh?" "No, sir-eThat dog goes whero I do. I'll pay for him liko any other Christian. Put it in tho bill." With n grunt nnd a shrug tho heavy old fellow lighted about half an inch of tallow candle, and telling me, "Comoon, then," led tho way out of a sido door and up dirty, rickoty stairs to what might bo called the "front attic." As wo A ghost story is told which hinges upon the disaster to the British warship Victoria. It takes tho familiar form of tho ghost on tho stairs and is as follows; At Lady Tryon's party, given on the evening of tho fatal collision betwton the Victoria and the Cainicrdown, a well known lady saw the figure of SirGeorgo Tryon on the stairs and watched it pass down into the refreshment room. Lady was surprised, and coming across a friend told her what sho hud fcoen, adding, "I must go aud tell Lady 'Tryon what a pleasant surprise she bus given us all, and I must find Sir George to swak to him," Uikhi this the second lady, who is also well known in society, said: "Do not say anything to Lady Try-oI saw Sir George, too, nnd I spoke to her, and the (itemed annoyed. Shu says that Sir Georgo is not here. Ho is with his ship." Exchange. Encouraging. "Will you bo truo to mo nt the seashore, Maud?" "Yes, Charlie, dear. I won't get engaged to any other man without letting you know." Harper's Bazar. Well r:iiilpped. Tho following notico is posted up in a public houso in tho neighborhood of Denver: Notice. A man Is engaged In the back yard to donll cursing and had language required at this establishment. A dog Is kept toilnull the windows, sash, doors, lime, cement, or builders hardware would do well to call on or write to Building Material. Any one needing building material of any kind, such as lumber, ceiling.floor-ing- , The Quick and Desirable Route TO AND FOM New York Philadelphia Ilaltlinnro Wanhimjton Norfolk Old J'olnt C Kielimund HUllaln Ulcvelnnd Toledo ChicnRt) lndlnnnpolls Cincinnati Louisville Ignorance of the merits of De Witt's Ivnrly Risers is a misfortune. liver, utort These little pills regulate the cure headache, dyspepsia, bad breath, GREAT VALUE FOU LITTLE MONEY. WEEKLY NEWS OF constipation and billiousness. ' I,. B. Bkan. . WORLD FOR A TRIFLE. Little An Unprecedented Offer: THE "' . 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Krcrr patent taken out bj us Is timugt befnra Uie puuie by a notice (tren free of cbirgo In tbo nnisVDmuva DESIOM P1TIUTO ... I I intererting rending matter fur every member ol a country family. It is n NATIONAL FAMILY PAPER, nud given nil the general nows of the United Slates and tho world. It gives the events of foreign lands iu a nutshell. Iu AGRICULTURAL department tho United States. tilled with It is has no euperior in the country. authority iu all parts of the land. Its MARKET REPORTS aro recognized lor and all desired informaTickets, Time-Tabltion secured by npplylnc to J. Il.Tlrheiior Aeenl nt Heaver T.B.LjEcb, Iam,or , ued'I Pass .rLLttiimllt, Ht, Largest drenlstlon of anr sdentlfle paper In the world.. fepUudtdlr Illustrated. Mo man should be without It. Wecklr, IntrtUrenta J,00 jeart IL50 six months. Addrem ill INN A cXD. I'VBUauma, iiUl llroadwar, New Vork City. StmtiUt mmtim It hut separate departments THE Beaver Dam DEPOSIT cVt Its HOME AND FOLKS. Its SOCIETY columns command the admiration of wives nnd daughters. general political now;, editorials and discussions aro comprehensive, brilliant FAMILY CIRCLE and OUR YOUNG and exhaustive. A special contract enables us to oiler this splondid journal aud THE REPUBLICAN DM $76,205.14 Coasie to Hartford -- tho Close of Business Juuo 30,1893.' RESOURCES. 3,000.00 . TO SEE TIIE- - iFor ODctly $1.25 Ter stgelt?. CASH IN ADVANCE. Tho regular subscription prico of tho two papers is $2.25. tion may begiu at any timo. Address all orders to Subscrip- burking. Our potman (or chutkernuohasuon 75 prize fights nnd Is an excellent revolver shot. An undertaker calls eery morning for orders. Tit-Bit- s. Notes and Bills Real Estate Furniture and Fixtures . Expenses paid Cash on hand andinB'ks . 1,500.00 864.98 5 . .17,447-5- Surprising. Ono Monday morning Dorothy volunteered to superintend tho family wush-inWhen Nora put tho clothes on to boil, tho littlo overseer gavo ono astonished look, then ran to mamma, exclaiming in great excitement: "Oh, mamma, mamma! Nora's cooking tho clothes." Youth's Companion. bhe Didn't Like It. "That was a disgusting trump I helped this morning," said old Mrx. Sinytho of Bungtown Corners. "I gavo him a pio and asked him to saw muno wood, and about 10 .minutes later liu camo in nnd asked mo if I'd mind if he nte tho wood nnd b".wed tho pie." Hiirper'a Bazar. Knew What He Wauled. Tillingliast When you advertised for an ofiico boy, wasn't it a trillo odd for you to add, "An Icelander preferml?" Gildersleeve Not at all. I read tho other day that Icelanders never whistle. Brooklyn Lifo. Surprised. Suitor I havo conic, sir, to ask you to givo mo your daughter's hand. Paterfamilias Vb) , bir, when I last saw it, it was in your possession. Chip. $99,017.67 2Sjn!?P HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Kentucky Write your namo and address on a postal card, send LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Surplus Reserve Fund Interest and Exchange Deposits $25,000.00 5,250.00 1,293.14 . . SPRING OPENINCx. OF C. L. Field's car of Buggies it to Geo. W. . 3,047.59 64,426.94 $99,or .67 JOHN II. BARNES, Casiiirk. Sworn and subscribed to before me just from the Will Best, Room 2, Tribune Building, Now York City, nod a suraplo copy of the NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE will be mailed to you. Davis Carriage Company. SPLENDID DISPLAY Ho will save you MONEY by Buying from HIM. sell you a Uuggy, up to $75.00. in Cincinnati. June 30, 1893. Rowan IIoumooKa, C. O. By Shrmiy Taylor, D. C. C. C. OF NEW DESIGNS IN "Actltlty In Ileal Ilstate." . r ML Our business continues to grow, as the above statement will show', both in magnitude and prosperity. Two years ago a deposit of $25,000; one $64,000. year ago $45,000; This is due to the fact that the young men are beginning to realize that it is not the money made but the money .saved that sets them up in business. The man whojsaves each day and puts at jinterest fifty cents, will in fifty years be worth $58,000 RiciiI We are here to assist the business interests of the county, and we solicit and appreciate the account of every piishing, enterprising individual or firm. JOHN H.BARNES.Cashier. to-da- y Harness, Lap Dusternnd Wiiip from JOOOO The Davis Carriage; Company has tho reputa- tion of building tho best Buggy for tho money oi any Factory FURNITURE IHSxn.lDX'.si.olnLS J " .: So come and judge for yourself. Lll Tlx - &A m&jr' . vf ." $37.58 SOUTHERN QUEEN $37,50 Js It possible POPULAR 't STYLES i, a Top Buggy with Silver - plated Dash Rail, Scat hud nanus ana Simit I ips, lor auove price I Rail, Handles, AT POPULAR PRICES, v r-- - HOST IS QC1ITIII. BUTIiqCUITT. p.HLi V1' -- S, ifw'Tt-'fT- il jrv. S'K Sri CI WORMS! 'WHITE'S CREAK Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. ok fc3 b- - r H. L. BO WLDS, . v S! C, 112 West Main St., O wensboro, Ky.'Xj t 3 VERM1J1E FOR 20 YEARS mw , BKHilPW BOLD EVERYWHERK. IOCU. . MMHCIW CO.. XX Write A ATX - A X V' 7 i SB M i v CINCINNATI. THE SOUTHERN BUGGY 00. - for outi New 80 page Catalogue Address of all kinds of . Vehicles. OHIO. U. S. A. THEREPUBLIGAi m .:' A -- - - '.' . . ?" - K t sSiCi' ,L '..r-ij- i A.A. 4 ,.J . ..?? ,.'"v rJi