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S1.25 Per Annum, In Adnnei. VOL. VI. . HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1893. NO. 15. PROFESSIONAL Inn, N. TKE(giDEf4 Rule JU n ' 'aI I j Mamma Uses j, taw fit clothes u tooj - tfOiiirtifarra) ToSoro-Bolb- W iynviK In Wk i 111 kJ Ar""i , jJ-tH- m a ' H IVXT T? V- - ' f i -- . a Aj Momma Boe5foyou! JbOjW KM lnrJL Vv v KioM ;."ibauii r. i i ' ' . - aAIR Jiffc3IZ!Il3J ETIE SOAP aptr,oift)rg. y" jfrUtrttMjfl USE Mi BttaUhw In lit amrtaeX. Too often, when th ltutlon bocoinm fully known. It U too late. That If true ot Kidney Disease. A little soreness a llttl. lamene of las back. Three excllo no usrlclon. Huddenly acuta symptoms supcrrcne .nil death ensues. It la Ilka toe fatal t spring of tho wolf. Lelu reason together a II tie. I. On the sllftht.nt symptom why not uaa Dr. Fenner'a Kidney and Dackache Curef X. Because It la guaranteed to satlafy or money refunded. So you only pay for benefit actually rccelred. a. If you ahould ha mistaken In fearing kidney disease. It will do no barm and ha at any rata cleanaed your blood, siren you renewed Ufa aa It were, cleared lour bead, toned up your stomach, Inrlfora ted your nerTet and fibre, and luurcayouaeainaiinaaueaaojouiaar. "iaaa j. I a uoiuo THE MOUNTAIN. from landa of a'nnahlne Kay with bloom We took the northern conrae and cam. To that great elty whloh delight Grlmaatlro In Seattle's name. A remnant weak, hi people take The crumbs that from her tablo fall; The paat I theirs, the future hers Who crowd thorn harshly to the wall. . Proudly she sit u(ion tier hills, llrr rarloti waters gleaming round; Der snowy crested mountains fair, bof t mirrored In their blue profound. But one, the top and crown of all. High soaring far above the rest. Hid In Impenetrable elonda Ilia towering head, hla ample breast. But, oh, at length a morning dawned. One more divine earth nerer knew. When better far than tale or dream Th. mountain clove th heavenly blae. The mountain! All the snowy peaks WMch mountains seemed the day befort, That day were little hills, so high We saw the highest climb and soar. Eohlgh! So grand! And yet with all Bnswcoll), delicately fair. Wa had believed If one had said, "A d ream, a phantom of tha air." And a the perfect day went by More d reumllke still the mountain grow, As gathering mlata, a purple tone, Aruuud hi bae their veaturo drew All hlto and pare from crown to foot The ro flonlrd In the axure deep A hill of litavrn, a mount of Owl. It raodo our hearts with gladness leap. Tho things ot sense are type of soul. Itow oft for many day the best I thick involved in clouds that chill Man's heart within his lonely breast! And then there comes a day of day. Ami floating bright In heavenly air Ho sees the mount of Ood, all white . With fleldaof faith and fount of prayer. And by that glorlou vision bleat Hoknowa tho peace that passeth thought. Ood fold him to hi heart. HI good I better than tho beat he sought. Wohn W. Chadwick. TI?Q Quarterly Agister of Capita, Kl.l. P.rTtar, . . tOe Bosad Yoleaaa, $I.S0 1.00 Ailim r.nJ'i(li.itMTHl.TORV, CU: -- .l! A mtttl. .d naMkuioa. I VtMMMrwk MktltVUiHrrat4UlotMti'MMaM. t Uf itHUMAH. CrmU MnAuyVlUu'N. TKlIi. I 4" " . " i.iCI"'r FISIIKK, Tiutant kit,WMlHlM atH..b.tk.i i iM luiM jiSS&ZSZ d. . wiHSmr. Ht B Km D..W, u. a, a. I "J kfjfada' Wl.ll. ud I NOT IN THE BOOK. I was sitttng in a tiny shocehop, high and dry on the sea wall, watching my friend, tho "cap'n," stitch shoes lUtlo children's shoes. I called him "cap'n" by vray of compliment, this qneet old fellow with his bald pate and oily, mackerel face. Truth, to tell, I donbt his having arrived even to the dignity of mate, and it was many a long ) ear since his desertion of the Mary Lib and her crew for the safer but leos lucrative occupation of making shoes. Tho bay bef oro ns glinted Kjii sparkled beneath the" pale, annlit skyko a monaster diamond, and away to the left stretched tho green waters of the Atlantic, mysterious and enchanting, "Did ych know thet some summer folks had bought the islunr casually remarked the cap'n as he paused to rewax and roll his thread. "Which isluudr I proceeded to inquire, for there wero some half dozen rock heaps dotting the bay. "Why-cr- , the one alongside of Jilly's pint, with the dear littlo trees on ct. perched Seo'cmr" f (TROIT. HICH To Know IT ALL easy enough il you only Wo olve tho kuow how. pniblcru in (he Ib I III N ymsTiiie uommeruai ? Tho brightest nml nowsicst ia per iu Kentucky. Send y(iur rtddresd on u postal card. You can have u samplo copy For The ONE DOLLAR "Oh, you.iuean 'Pirate's isloT "Well, I nover heerd et called thet." This was too much. I drew a j ollow covered guidebook from my pocket and triumphantly read: "Pirate's Isle." A small Island off July's point, noted for ha Ing been the resort ofjpl-ratbefore and after the Revolution. The bouse is still standing from which old Hloh born and hi gang were routed by tha government Inspectors In 1TS0. EVERY HOUR trtouilv at the eiiiolovment wluc ne furuUli. in. labor It Iliht and pleaiaut. and you run no rlik wliat.rar. We Ht yuu out. com ilete, ao that you can clra the builueM a trial without expenio to yourielf. FOr thoie wllliua; to Uu a little work, tuli lajth cradet olTerj lna.lt,' You can work all dan or In tbe erenlng onl). If jou are em. ploy W and hare a taw apara hoar, at jour BUI. poial, Vatlllae thorn, and add to Jour Income, ourbutlneat will not lutrrfrrc nt all. You.wlll baaniaaed.on the start at the rapidity and fate by which yon kinaia dollar upon ihillnr,ita)rln,and day out. fcrtn beglnnert are tuiuritlul front the none flrtt hour. Any one can run the bualnrii fall. You ahould try nothli'g'tlM outll you (re what you can do at- the butlnrai which we offer. No oanltal rtiked. Women are .rmnd workert! nowadara thev make at much M men. They thould try t lit builnett, aa It It to well adapted to them. Write at once and tea for CO., yourteUV Addratl H. IIALI.KTT Uo 080, l'ortlaud, Ha. (a eailly aaroed by anr one or either irz Iu any lart of th. country, who la willing IU KUIt IllUUS. "Gorry, yeh don't say! Wery cur'ous, 'cause my gran'thcr built thet house, 'nd he warn't no pirate. Leastways, I never heerd of his bein. He onlyfishod off the Gran banks. " And tho cap'n favored me with a prodigious wink a wink of . ! exultation 'at my defeat and delight nt putting my book in tho lie. It was not the first tiino he had done this, and in disgust I tossed the poor paper thing through tho opon window into the sea. Henceforth tho cap'n should bo my only guide. A mighty wave, chancing to dash against the red brown rocks below, sent up a saucy wreath of spray to sprinkle our faces with salt drops. The cap'n looked up from his work and regarded Admiringly his old time enemy, Father Ocean, and musing upostrophixod; Old ocean, ever In motion, nestles sea, paver still. My friend was somewhat of a poet, bo BBaTBBBlBBBlBBBaBBWLiltlBBillw' bbbbbbi! aaaT aaaiLai1 aW aVaai I bbbbb Baa .v aaan Hi bbbW aaaa aaaT bbbbb bbbbbbI bbbb bbbb bbbbbbbT I1 Libbbbt BBBvaw 'I bbbw aaaBB bbb bbbbt) PaaayJ a laavaaajaawBBBrBBBBBBjjjBBBa.gaj iCatreata, obtained, and all Fat.; and Trade-Mar- k conducted for Moot ATC Fits. mr. V and wa can aecura patent In lee time thanlhoa; remctaffom Wathlngton. Sand modal, drawing or photo., with detctlp-tlo- n. Wa adTlte, If patentable or not, free of; charca. Our fee not due till patent 1 lecurtd. A Mkiaiiltr, "How to Obtain Patent," coat lane Tin th U. S. and foreign couotHee . aot tree. Addrett, C.A.SNOWACO. Waminatoh, patknt Opp. Orrtoc, D. C. "Thet little islnn," he continued, turn Ing to me 'an unusually grave face "thet littlo ialun is a droadful place. Et's got blood on ct, 'nd I wouldn't live thoro ef thoy'd give't to me. Ho, sir!" "Then et doesn't belong to yonr family nowr "No, ct don't. Wo sold'et year ago, afdro mother 'nd fathor died. I ain't sot foot on 't for nigh on US 15 year. Not sence but you don't want to hear about thet." "Indeed I do, cap'n. What happened there? it known. TABLER'S mm Wi Fl ILL . Oil C ' I Toll me, do," I nrged. "Lord! yon bo tho moa' cur'ous boy as even I see,. You'll cut yorself to pieces some day jes' to see how ct'll feel, Dut mind, now, this ain't a pretty story. Et'Jl make yeh feel real bad wusa than pjralulud,. bants 'nd sech, 'cause et's trrrel.ev'ry word Of et." r umiMtnif, I. fe., III1-BBBBsua,"'' BBBBBBBBBBBB'r.l rIHVBI.I"AlflP-- OtESIWTMmiitJTMUt IURI anl. OtHTAlRt CIH tor ljrwr m th ITT rorpikKaT RIM boy ay aweauaaaaw i A hiMwn auaaeaaei m., aw, Jtaaia. , T "Tia waiting, cap'n," was the only response." And quietly at first, with many a pauso for a long pull At his clay pipe, but with ever Increasing emotion, ho related the following story, which has haunted me ever since f'Ei were 16 year .ago come this fall thet" big feller,,Bained Bam Weston, come ashore with wife 'nd little up. He were mate oh the Breezy, a.fishin weasel-bounfer 'the banks. He come to father 'nd saidt ' Will yeh rent nfe tbe2 11 1 tie hotiso o' )ourn over on IV IslutiT based on truth and justice, they will Can't seem to fin no brth in tho town.' prevail and stand the test of the age. He wero worry Jolly, 'nd father, ho suld: But we feel as though this new theory 'Ayo! Take et'i.d welcoino.' Mother, 'nd helped tho gal which is so agitating pie minds of the sholook right is neither based on with 'rr duds sho wero ul'ays helpin people of sonio un, mother was 'ml I painted up tiuth nor justice;, and it will be one an ol' dory for 'eu to row over 'nd of the greatest curses to mankind that back in, in 'bout a week the probably the world has ever known, "Well, bum-by- , Breezy set sail, 'nd 8nra Wcstcn went if such a thing were to occur. nlong of 'er. Tho gal 'nd littlo feller Did not God when Hccreated Adam wero lft alone on th' islun. She seomod and put him in the Garden of Eden a bit down heartod at fust, but she wero too joyful a crcatur tostey that woy make him ruler over all living things long. 'Call mo Jesn,' sho says to mother, therein? Then when He created Kve, 'cause I love yo a'ready. Call mo Jess.' did He ever say that she too shall "Lord, Lord! Sho were a delightful i ale? Did He say that she should crealur" tall 'nd slim, with black hair That she hd eyes tho color of water. You sh'd have dominion over men? hev' heered her laf. Mother used to say should be his God, that he should ct mado her feel young agin to hoax thet worship her or his guide that he laf, et was so good 'nd hearty. should follow? Women far excel "Joss o'd pull a dory against any feller along shore, 'nd they all 'mired her after men in some things, but she does not thet big shoal o' hcrrin como in late, 'nd win his respect and admiration by sho helped pick tho nets 'cause they was her superiority, but by her pure, short o' hands 'nd dories. Sho saved ol' maidenly modesty. We know women crazy Dill's lifo one day when his boat capsized in a squall. BUI never forgot have the tight to live, the right to that, cracked as ho wore. Tho littlo un, liberty, the right, to hold propctty, Neddy, too, how she did love 'im! Ha and we furthermore believe she has were a fat, solemn looking little feller, the right to be protected by man, and onstidy on his legs 'nd jes' beginnin to not man by her. talk. Favored Sam, bat hed her eyes ' Supposing the question to be right, bootiful eyes! "Well, one mild, bright day In winter, is women qualified to take a man's the Breezy ngin dropped anchor in tho place as a politician? Her qualificaharbor. Sho hed a fust rato haul o' fish aboard 'er, 'nd they'd been a wery easy tions may be all right, but has she strength or will power to go through trip. "SIttin et suppor Peter (my brother with vhat he must undergo? We do thet's dead) said tho men off tho Breezy not consider her mental qualifications was raisin h 1 with their money down to Jilly's. Si Jilly kep' tho store then inferior to that of man; for if he is a 'nd sold bod whisky in a back room. tower of strength "she is a thing of 'Yeh didn't seo Sam Weston with 'em, joy and beauty. If he is brave she did ych? mother askod, kinder anxious, wins as much by her diffidence as he Sho was very fond o' Jess, mother was. lain .alH YtfrAe I Ua antini 1a" aaav.a by his courage. If he makes us sec straight home.' Mother give a sigh o' I and realize that life is real; she so en Jilly twines herself around our heatis that relief 'nd asked us not to go 'nd his crew thet night. We humored it makes eaith seem a Paradise. If 'er 'nd staid to home. I 'member Peter played on 'is 'cordion all the evenln. he holds the reins of justice iu his Lord, how ho did make tho thing work! hands, and makes us tremble at the It nl'ays pleased mother 'nd father so. sound of his voic;, she is the sweet "Long arter midnight, when we'd all angel of mercy who speaks peace to turnod in, I c'd bear the singin 'nd howl-I- n She has been goin on down to Jilly's. Et must hev our troubled spirits. been 'bout 2 in' tho mornin thet a couple described as being a fair fragile flowo' the devils como reelin by, yellin 'nd er, and man as a strong and .mighty cussiu. Then I fell asleep, 'nd the nex' mind, able to bear the tonus and thing I know I was slttlu straight up in bed Et was a knock thet hed trials of life, which seems so well woko me a knock et onr door. Quick adapted to his pecular make-up- . I jumped into my clothes 'nd run down Women may as we have said posbelow. A secon knock come, so very sess the rare insight as to how a Nagentle thet et mado me feel quoer. I Yet she thought of tho 'Moonfaced Lady' 'nd tho tion should be governed. Wisitin Cod.' Not thet I b'lieved them cannot be qualified to do what God has yarns Lord, no! I didn't unbolt the assigned man. Shame onthe woman door, but called out low: 'Who is it? who would step down and out of the What d'ych want? "No answer. Then agin, a littlo loud spere in which God has placed her, to er : 'Who is ct? Tell me wliatyeh want.' take a man's place as a politician, to "Nda Et ran go voico answered: 'It's me, take the cares and responsibilities that Jess. Let me in.' 'Nd I threw open God has given man upon her own tho door. In she walked with the boy in 'er arms. It were Jess, 'ndyit it wornt shoulders. Is she brave enough to ' Jess. I didn't dare to speak. A fearful face the artillery of death? Can she look was in 'er eye. Mother was up by undertake the cares and responsibilithis timo 'nd in the room. The gal walk- ties ot political strife or the intricate ed straight up to 'er 'nd put the boy in 'crarms. 'Mis' Jameson,' said she in difficulties of jurisprudence? thet cold, strange voice, 'Mis' Jameson, We do not think her bravely when I've killed Sam. He wanted to strangle put to a test will lead her into such my baby. See! See! The black marks on his soft little neck. I drovo a knife fields of lame. There are a few who deep, deep, into iho cruel heort,"nd with could and would undergo these trials, thet sh6 seemed to let go o' 'erself , fell but we mean the majority ol the woright down on the floor scroamin, 'nd men of y could not nor would et was all Peter 'nd I o'd do to keep 'er not be a Joan of Arc or a Mary Walkfrom banging 'erself to pieces. ""Noddy begun to cry. We believe that He wero er, of Baltimore. frightened, poor little feller! 'nd moth- Woman's Rights are essential to ever took 'im away, huggin 'lm closo. ery regulated government. Not her Father 'nd Jack Andrews pulled over to tho islun 'nd como back lookin white 'nd right as a politician, no, a thousand skeerod. 'She done et,' was all father times no! Not her right to go to the c'd say, 'she done et.' Then como somo polls and vote or to engage in politiblack days Jess carried off 'nd Sam cal strife in any way shape or iortn. buried. Et seemed the wagabond hed gone homo thet night mad wi' the drink, But her right as a wife, a mother or 'nd he must have set ont to strangle his a sister around the fireside, iu the boy. The marks were on 'lm. dear home circle.to make home bright Somo say Jess wero a murd'ress, 'nd thet and attractive, and her right as a sho ought t' hev been hung, but I can't see et in thet light. Anyway they let mother should be looked upon with 'cr be, 'nd et warn't long aforo site lef reverence and awe, for the mother by this world o' 'er own accord. Poor her influence moulds the mind of her creatur1! Poor sufTrln creatur'!" boy; she forms his character and im"And tho littlo fellow, what becamoot him?" I ventured to ask, breaking tho bibes in him truths that go to make long pauso that followed tho cap'n's last i up the tiue man. She fits him for words. the part he will play in the drama of "Tho little feller?' repeated my friend, life when he becomes a part of the raising his bowed head and mechanically rolling n bit of thread. "Woll, d'yeh Nation's political welfare. boo a preen dory over by tho lighthouse?' It has been well said the hand that "Yes, cap'n." rocks the cradle, is the hand that "And a fine, strappln boy in 'er settin Don't understand rules the world. a lobster trap?" me to mean she tules from a political "Yes." t. 'Thet's tho little feller." Boston standpoint, but by her purity and her womanly modesty, and the noble principles that she has instilled into The Varied Valve of Sliver. Silver, In Its relative commercial valne the mind of her boy. She has a right to gold, has varied greatly at different to be well read, and then if she wants times sinco tho two metals were first used for coins. In the days of Abraham her influence felt in the political tho patriarch it was 8 to 1; B. C. 1000, it world; let her teach,her boys or her Was 13 to 1; B. 0. 500, 18 to 1, and at tho brothers until they shall take neither beginning ot tho Christian era, about 0 the one side nor the other, until they to 1. In tho year COO A. D. it was 18 to each 1, iu 1100 it was 8 to 1, and at tho time have thoroughly investigated of tho discovery of America only 7 to 1. party and understand the science upIn tho year 1C00 gold was only six on which they are based then let times more valuable than the precious conscience be their guide in choosing white metal, and within the next 100 years two pounds of silver could be ex- and make them feel their "vote is as changed evenly for ono of gold. In 1610 sacred as their honor," gold was again on tho boom, being 10 If women were to engage in politimes more valuable than its paler brother, und in 1725 it was 18 times more val- tics, what would become of the home uable than silver, just as it was 500 years circle that is so sa.'red to every true B. C. At tho beginning of the present heart? It would be dangerous to evcentury silver was at a lower figure than ery household in the land, the wife it had been at nny.time sinco the year 500 A. D. viz, 15.08 to 1. In 1870 the would nt once arsert her superiority, ratio (commercial) of silver to gold was thus causing disagreement and conSO to 1, and in 1803 it was at tho lowest flict. How anyr true pure Woman can point it has ever reached sinco tho dis- figure in polititical strife, can go upcovery of America 34.24 to 1. The figon the platform and make a speech, ures for the present year an wanting. can canvass for an office, is one of the St T.ouis Republic mysteries I cannot solve? It seems to "Woman's, HnflYnrn. me that when she goes on the platThe social arena is now being ercat- - form, she is degrading both herself lly agitated over'the question of wo and her sex, she looses that timid man's saflrage, and political strife is shrinking modesty, the'eharm which being carried on in all parts of this characterizes her sex, which God has broad domain of ours, In regard to so beautifully given W, halo whether women sliaU.be allowed the that surrounds her and shields her right oi elective franchise, whether from the tumult ofa'ctuel dud malicshe shall have equal rights and privi- ious world, and she looses the respect Women are deleges with men. and the admiraof her fellow-beingmanding this, not all of them, but a tion which is justly hers, for no perfew who have been flattered Into the son can or will have the same tiue, belief that they can cope with men in refined, delicate feeling for a lady who any pol iticafIssue. has figured In public life. We know as A matter ol course all But this question which is. so lull men plans are at first conceded top measure be of peril t,o our hearts, our homes, our by but few, but if the i .' to-daTran-scrip- civilization and our, religion, had best TliliigaTltnt Were Neen nt tbe tJreat Fnlr. be left alone, until the good can be Glass Bricks. separated from the evil. Then if Electric buoys. women want their rights we will give A golden Chair. the question .another consideration. A $16,000 cjock. Lucilb Lynn. A $40 onyx cane. An $So,ooo clock. Ilejmrl Of Sulphur Springs School for the A $25,000 organ. school mouth ending October 20, '93: A $300 Panama hat. Adolphus Johnston 99, Frank TaMicrobe Incubators. bor 96, Klijah Powers 96, Claude Rcn-froA bed worth $950. 98, Addie Nosh 94, Cook Bean A pole 215 feet high. 98, Henry Cole 95, John Hohcimer98, Dora Pedro's chair. Willie Cole 95, Henry Dye 97, Red-forA forty-fiv- e foot high clock. Bean 99, Clarence Armendt 99 A cape worth $17,500. Roy Armendt 97, Willie Ford 92, No-li- e A io7-to- n locomotive. Renfrow 99, Julia Dye 93, Dresden A salmond. Bean 98, Attilla Ford 99, Nancy BurA bureau 15 years old. den 94, Carl Crawford 89, Charlie A buffalo in alabaster. Cole 88f, Fred Crawford 94, Ida A plate Valued at $167. Bob Fielden 98, Noah Dye 98, A $1,000 arm chair. Stella MidkifT92, Mack Bean 96, Karl A $2,500 glass dress. Bean 91, Bob Johnston 93, Clarence A $1,500 music box. " Foreman'96, Pearl Canon 94, Mattie block of coal. A n Bean 98, Mattie Foreman 90, Murtie John Wesley's clock. Johnston 95, Julia King 94, Elvis Electric engraving. Burden 92, John Fielden 94, ' Katie A palace built of corn. Fielden 98, Henry Foreman 90, CoMilking by machiheiy. lumbus King 91, Murtie Fielden 94, A spun-glas- s umbrella. Footgear of 1,500 sorts. Ella Foreman 98, Judelle Bean 95, A steam mocking bird. Mary Burden 96, Oscar Fielden 92, The Mayflower's bible. Frona King 98, Cora Johnston 93, Adah Johnston 98, Dee Bean 98, Lace at $1,000 a yard. f Pearl Renlrow 98. Leather of 300 varieties. LRK B. Mills, Teacher. A nugget worth $41,000. A gtiddle valued at $3o'ooo. JlOW'H Tills? Tree 26 feet in diameter. We offer one hundred dollars reA mantel marked $1,000. ward for any case of Catarrh that can One of Gladstone's axes. not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. old tea plant. A i5o-yeF. J, CHEENEY & CO., Props., Grace Darling's lifeboat. Toledo, Ohio. A handsaw 220 feet long. We the undersigned have known F. old corn. Some 1,500-yea- r for fifteen years, and beJ. Cheeney "Ta'ra-ra- " in Egyptian. lieve him to be perfectly reliable In Tea worth $175 per pound. all business transactions and finanBamboo poles 70 feet long. to carry out any obligacially able A steel ingot worth $2,250. tion made by their firm. A $13,000 fisheries display. WEST & TRAUX.Wholesale DrugA $10,000 gold certificate. gists, Toledo, Ohio. Japan exhibits corned beef. WALDING.KINNAN & MARVIN, Watche3 valued at $40,000. Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. American birds of 106 kinds. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken An orange "Liberty Bell." directly upon thebloodand Billiard balls wotth $80,000 mucous surfaces of the system. Price, A dwarf cedar. 750 per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Testimonials free. A $35,000 solid silver mode. Forresty exhibit of 18 state3. Cliirlniinll Tribune) Uirtr. A skycicle or flying machine. The Cincinnati Tribune is the only A 3o,ooo-pounblock of salt. Cincinnati paper enjoying a boom. A horse model costing $5,000. It is not satisfied to give all the news Two mile of lunch counters. for two cents, but prints coupons.six A Spanish vase worth $50,000. of which cut from its columns daily lump of crystal alum. A n entitle you to a 'fac simile reproduction of some beautiful water color Forty races in friendly rivalry. painting by a famous artist. Java women affect white hose. An ammonia street car engine. Another set of coupons secures you free, three bulbs of fragrant blooming Egyptian "bum bum" candy. flowers. The brick warship cost $80,000. A Jersey cow valued at $15,000. rrtit.-Mhsiii- r. The National Capital in flowers. James Buckby visited his brother, piece of copper. An 8,000-poun- d Alfred, Oct. the 22d. Chickens hatched by electricity. W. W. Royal, J. D. Royal and AlWatches mounted as butterflies. fred Buckby attended the baptizing at A hand that dates from 100 B, C. Union Grove Sunday. Mrs. Mary A chocolate tower worth $40,000. Royal and family and Mrs. N.- - L. F. A cheese weighing 20,000 pounds. Buckby were the guests of Mrs. Mary Pearl necklace valued at $100,000. C. Royal Sunday. A pavilion built of packing boxes. We are soon to lose Mr. John HelThe biggest molding in the world. ton and Jamily from our midst. They feet long. Humpbacked whale 47 moving near Whites-vill- e. are talking of A Krupp gun that shoots 20 miles. We regret to lose them, but The judges of awards number 650. wish them a pleasant time in their An exhibit of "swittest" poisons. new home. An iron eagle with 3,000 feathers. Elder R. J. Brandon has just returnsalmon. Oregon shows an ed from Union Grove, where he has One jewelry exhibit worth $400,000. been engaged in a series of meetings Brazil shows 2,000 grades of coffee. for the past week. He reports great high anthracite pyramid. A additions and a success. Thirty-fiv- e A shawl containing 24,000 stitches. awakening and general good great Oldest lathe extant the Blanchard. among the brethren. Beatrice. a ji Munich shows an $8,750 microscope. Only n Boy A group of win,dmills worth $200,000 The above charming booklet sent Clay pipe smoked by Miles Standish. 10 I2t by mail for One Dollar. The Washington monument in coins G. Wright, Richardsville, Ky. fr A Japanese doll "baby" 6 feet high. A stained glass window woi th $6,000 If you can afford to be annoyed by Vases made in the Fifteenth Century sick headache and constipation, don't A gold nugget weighing 3,040 qzs. use De Witt's Little Early Risers for Log 42 inches square and 41 ft. long L. B. Beak. they will cure them. A setof 20 Ftamps valued at $500 each The sketch of General Armstead Paintings executed by Queen VicLindsey Long, in the November toria. number of Fetter's Soutern Magazine, An elephant tusk weighing 158 will appeal strongly to all who know pounds. this heroin war and peace. Other A piece of lead ore weighing 6,500 articles make up a most attractive is- pounds. sue. number World's Fair exhibitors 50,000. ' Vuy TJpt A fountain that squirts California The teachers who subscribed to the fund to be expended in the purchase wine. A Shakespearean vase valued at of a Webster's International Dictionfor the school having the best work $2,500. ary The first umbrella imported to in the Teachers Exhibit and who have America. earnot paid their subscriptions, are The lumber in the Ferris wheel will nestly requested to remit to me at cost $12,000 once, as the Dictionary has been orengineers operate the Sixty-nin- e dered and will be here in a few days. The subscriptions were made at the machinery. progun with i.ooo-poun- d Institute last year. an early response, jectiles. Hoping to have A machine that makes 2,000 nails I am yours truly, Jo, B." Rogers, an hour. County Superintendent, One hundred and twenty car loads of glass. A hit nf fiillr nnr-f- owned bv w d Mid-kilTg- s, 35-toar intern-.ally.actild d 50-fo- CARD. - Glenn, J.N.R. Wefldlnsr. LAWYERS, HARTFORD, KY. (Office, or er Amlcraon'a GLENN & WEDDING, llauar.) Will practice their profession in all tho courts of Ohio and adjoining counSpecial ties, and court of Appeals. attention given to criminal practice and collections. James u&.. Smitli, (TTOMBY JT if ItARTFOBD, KY. Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office cast sido of public square. E. D. GUFFT. 3r-wffy B. D. RINOO 3& "Rl33.fjro,. attorneys XEaxtforA, it ;aw, aContMcley. Will practice mall courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, Superior ColCourt and Court of Appeals. lections and all legal business attend ed to. Office 329 E. Market St. ' w t R. R. WEDDING, i I Attorney at Law, Beaver Dau, Ky. Will practice bis profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in all the Courts ol 'Ohio and adjoining counties, and in tho Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, In County Attorney's office, in Court House. Lawyer Attorney at Law. Beaver Dam, Ky. t Perry Westerfield, it IS- - Witt tlii DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Is prepared to do all kinds of Dental work At reasonable prices. Tlu Leading Photographsr. Picturei In Ererj Sijli .ni Siii. tjT01d Pictures Copied and Enlarged A SPECIALTY. 108J Main Street, 37m6 OWENSBOEO,KY LOUIHVIXLE, . i - A fr. LOOUs A TUX. at. at Si, L.ttii & mi iiluj , ,. SCHEDULE III KFFECT MOV. 1, Ka.SS, N0.6I, Dally. Dally. , WESTBOUND. Lr. LouisTllla ...- -. . IM a. m. (Up.E. (.11 a. m. West Point.... Brandenburg..... ...... (.17 a. m. sot p.m. .... a.m. IS7p.BB. Irrincton . tephenapart .......... 10 23 a. m. fJlp.BB. 10 44 a. m. IWp.SB. Ctorerport Uaw.itllle...,-..- .. Hill a. .10-1- p. sa. 11 U a. ra. ltUHp.ra. Lewltport...... 12. 19 p. .ll.Up.cs. Owenaboro......... 8pottarllla.... ............ 1:04 p. ro..ll.M p.m. Ar. Uenderson.... Si p. n, ll.J0s.ra. No. ct, No.M, Dally. EAST BOUND. 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Any one needing WHEN YOU GO TO QWENSBORO Antoinette. j t CAILOK asa building material of any kind, such as lumber, ceillng.floor-ing,- windows', sasi7 doors, lime," cement, s, or builders hardware would do well to call on or write to Oaby Marble, 0 wensboro, Ky. A tanned elephants hide weighing C.Theo-Cain500 pounds. One thousand pounds of shamrock TOBf-a- a 3.xOXOCraVZ3C3 from Ireland. Moti Artiitit TTwt, A New York firm's fur exibit Is fbrtAneitand '" " woith $200,000. any aits or tlyle. Fredcriea St. , (vskoem Smallest watch less than half of 6mW 8rtl and M. an inch in diameter. Plate glass 148 by 214 largest in America. STOPPED FREE A silver statue weighing two and Iamm Psnos Rsatanal pLin-fattlAf- f one-ha- lt tons. nerve A bridal set in the Irish vllage ato that cost $i, 200. Hjp tir Mi. Trtuw iliddMaiSMH Kaiser William's statue contains M FN tWUMM. Ibr rrt0PMcharr.l.abewMa MfflMlfaM. a. UWJULM it BuTttuiQHUWIt Eel 1,500 silver dollars. , a "it rITS k ftft i.!V ' A5 ' V . 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C.S.Supt. .Senator. rUni.lBUKU KVKKY FRIDAY HORMINO. elsewhere arc requested to make con- Fordsvillc Bank? Weak and Dypeptlo nisb food lor thought, and wo adviso u to tributions to this column. Give your all Republicans to study it. Tis true MT. MORIAII. a BTood'a BarxiparUta Oav SlfWflt Ritllor ii ml Proprietor 2, JO. II. lllMiRRN, name each time as a proof of good That we had a rousing the Democracy carried our county and VcrfecUy Curtd, here recently? electing their entire ticket so far as E faith. We should like to have "Do Friday, N'ovkmiikr io, 1893. Knows" from all concerned, but this county is PRIiCINCTS. a You towns. Send in bythe neighbor- N. Why the girls are all struck 011 L. (4 ing Wednesday. Sondcrfur? showing in several we make a . i 6 O That Henry Williams is a great laGivk us back the morning mail. precincts which points to the election Thnt Jim Bales has gone off with '. 8 94 59 dies man? 93 55 9 of our entire ticket next 3 car. By n West Hartford the tent meeting? 90 57 East Hartford Good morning, Senator Taylor. S That B. Smoot woutd like to go 7i 39 86 70 40 94 82 may Beaver Dam glanco at the table Democrat Why George Bales does tiot stand 80 4i 145 80 48 '49 83 to Greenville? 143 in with the old folks? 31 Btrrxui county went Republican. learn a thing or two also. Tho People's McHenry 45 35 30 40 40 44 42 That birds with bright feathers arc I Thnt R T MStMioll 96 66 63 ..,.. 58 25 104 17 Party vote was not as large as it was Rockport . .' 97 66 146 Tayix)k is a runner from way 1 and 2 year ago, yet it shows a Rosine 64 151 63 149 not always fat? 25 33 sick, but is improving? : . Horse Branch 41 38 49 64 65 38 37 74 back. That J. L. Carson, Esq , strength not to be ignored by the Select 20 31 That there were twenty converts it 20 29 13 32 26 matrimony? Both old parties Cromwell 76 112 20 77 95 32 83 107 baptized here a few days ago? What has gone with Tom Smith's thinking people. Cool Springs 22 36 23 23 37 37 3 That a mean man is the dearest blot 3 polled a very small vote. See tabl e Smallhous . . . ; Why a certain boy is going to set old time majorities? 36 41 9 on the nnivcrc? 9 24 '9 25 37 elsewhere. Centertown . . . a dead-fa- ll 12 for L. N. Sandcrfur? 95 75 3 75 93 95 77 Sulphur Springs That O. J. Thomas and C J. Dunn WiiirrAKEit ha the appearance of 64 107 37 72 104 32 79 109 Why so many people are leaving School Zed Shultz was elected Shreve 8 40 45 make a nice pair? 7 40 45 40 45 being very badly Tay lured. this county and going to Daviess? 86 138 He will enter Fordsvillc 79 142 37 79 37 41 That men care least for honor when Magan 68 61 Br. J. n. ITMta 60 70 58 59 70 75 That the teacher at this pluce The race iu Grayson county was upon the duties of tho office ou the .Etnavillc Blrmlnghira, AUbwi 18 they most need bread? 86 18 86 18 24 7 24 thinks Uniou Grove can nfford some second Monday in next August, at BartlctU the closest in a number of years. 18 16 101 29 9 32 99 30 That Lee Mills says he knows how pretty glils? enough to "I hVe not wordi lne1l reetlred from T 61 which time the present term expires. Buford to 27 60 15 to spell moustache? 9 26 5 a Ibaaks lor tho Beda Whatever Ohio county lacked The 55 69 20 59 56 26 56 69 That Rev. R. J. Brundou h is just fw botUn ol Hood'i Smaparlll. I waa wishes him a Heflin WUereJ. R. Williams' cap took closed a very successful 22 33 28 27 32 Ohio State made up a thousand fold. 35 37 23 ttronu I wu adppe protracted wak, and It mwlo mo was term and whilo it supported him last Saturday night? id and jloomy. ana do, and It cured mt 1 meeting at Union Grove? Total Vote 1318 1304 610 1326 1245 662 1418 I39 It made mo ehmfut and hopefuL And tail, Had this been a Presidential year another for the position to which be That your most deadly sin is the That Jimmie Mitchell audwife.frum tbouth not least. It made me an ardeat an the country would have gone almost has been chosen, it will labor with one you love the most? 81 14 Pluralities and Majorities' 99 Mosonville, visited relutivcs in this as solidly Republican as it did Dem- the 6amo zeal for tho advancement of That love never has to go to school community Saturday and Sunday? He the great cause of education. ocratic last year. to learn how to speak? Why the good brother in a talk for worklnr democrat. All who have UkenUedt will make au earnest and faithful of. report good rewill be ready for first-clrs- s boarders Teacher' Jfeellujr. That Ab Yeiser imagines he is the the benefit of the school children ad- fUrtaparilla with mr adrlco, to all eufleren. , McKini.ey was Governficer and we hope to see the schools sult. I gladly recommend It The Teachers of the Cromwell Mag- smartest boy in town? vised them not to do what their teachJ. JL HfniTK, M. D Illrmlngham. Ala. or ol Ohio by 80,000 majority. He enjoy continued prosperity. To this and to accommodate the traveling isterial District w n iImMh to Uko Hood's Bar-will meet at Union, public. Mrs. Kelley says that no That an ounce ol obedience is worth er told them to do, that was wrong? wparllla ido vnn bo Induced to buy aay other will no doubt be the Republican can end, Zcb, you will ever fiud The Renot No. ii, on Nov. iS, 1893, and discuss boarders shall enter the kitchsnwhile ' a ton of loud professions? didate for President in 1896. That a certain man walked home bits4. Tn.lit uDon rtOOD'8. publican laboring, and wheuyuu are the meals are being cooked. the following program: are the belt family catharUe That M. Bean gets more mail than from the tent meeting under the ImHood's Pitts schools it will always Devotional Exercises Rev. T. H. The schedule time on the O. F. & The corrupt Judge Maynard.whom fighting for the any other boy in town? pression that someone had loostd geoUe and eflecUte. Try a box. aSeeat, stand by you. But between now and G. R. R. R. has been changed and Bellmain. the Democrats attempted to foist tip-o- n That the real wise man never makes j his horse and on returning to the Welcome Address Miss Siddie of your official career we now have six trains on this road nnllilliig Mlrrlil. the people of New York was over- the beginning tent next morning found his hojse the same mistake twice? you had as well be practicing and de- each day except Sunday. The noon Davidson. Any one needing building material whelmingly defeated. where he had hitched it? Response R. C. Jarnagin. That a hungry man does not crititrain runs about forty-fiv- e veloping your patience rather abnormiles an of any kind, such ns lumber, ceiling, 1.1: ITCH ritXB. Civil Government J. D. Oliver, cise the shape of the loaf? Mr. P. W. Pirtle, against over- mally for you will have occasion for a hour. flooring, windows, sash, doors, lime, That J. M. Parsons is a pretty man? cement, or builders hardware, would Mr. Dempsey Howard is the boss Birch Shields andj.' E. Miller. That Sam Casebicr can't keep off whelming odds, made a strong fight. very extensive use of that commodity. That Tub Rkpuhlican may live do well to call on or write to Cary & . of his own feet while dancing? He was never in the race from start You will no doubt thiuk before you fisherman in this vicinity. Hecauaht ' Declamation Maggie Davidson. Essay S. W. Mothershcnd. long? over one hundred pounds one night Marble, Owensboro, Ky. to finish but he fought on just the are through that you are the must That l.cc Stevens says he will fall NOON. That Harry Meredith thinks he is roundly and soundly abused mortal last week. in love when he gets a chance? sa me. FITS. All fits stopjcd fiec by Dr. 1 p. m: School Incentives S. L. James Kelley is our hustling news that was ever .so unfortunate as to That n man with one lung caanot a dude? No Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. boy. He can sell more papers than Stevens, G. W. Mothersheod and W. live No correct rhturns could be had have an existence in the world. But That Rev. W. M. Waltrip is ou fit.s after first day's use. Marvelous as long as a man with two? from Butler and Muhlenberg as re- that will not be true, Zeb. All who any enc else in the same length of G. Gardiner. cures. Treatise and $j.oo trial bottle That Henry Osborne would like for tiie sick list Recitation OIlie Hocker. tree to Fit cases. Send to Dr. Kline, gards the Senatorial race, but the in- faithfully and fearlessly fill that la- time. I That Miss Maggie is the old maid 9U Arch St., Phila., Pa. For sale by some gill to get struck on him? Mr. R L. Hicks, the Depot agent, Grammar John B. Taylor and Fon dications are that Taylor"s majority borious and most important position ail druggists; call ou yours. 36 iy I That Jim Smith and Will Fair will of the town? had two of his fingers on bis right Rogers. will not be less than 430. are treated to the same avalanche of hand severely injured That Miss Deolie thinks she is marry about the first of next month? recently by the Address C. S. Taylor. One word describes it "ctfection." abuse. So, git ready. explosions of a cartridge which That Henry Carson says he will mighty smart? We icier to De Witt's Witch Hnzcl RECESS. New York, Massachusetts and Iovery first chance he gets? That Miss Cova I.ile is xety sick at Salve, which cures obstinate sores, dropped on the floor Election Mote. wa went Republican Tuesday. 3 p. m: The Importance of Teach- matry the This burns skin diseases and 11.is a well Misses Ona and Mary Wade are ers Meetings It. I. Hocker and J. L. I That a certain girl says she has a this writing? The presence in the Republican with the Ohio election is a very em Bran. known cure for piles. L. camp of that old scoundrel General contemplating a visit to Roseville Rogers. pet "Grasshopper" and can't get rid That Rev. Johu T. Nichols is ou phatic rebuke to the Democratic AdI Apathy, is the main cause of the next week. the sick list? of it? Statement of the Condition Recitation Mattie Taylor. ministration with iu record of panic Never has there been as ranch indefeat of the Republican candidates That no man wants to be a saint That Joe Parsons can beat any man Comic Declamation J II. Barnes. OF THF and ruin. though there are other causes by no terest taken in educational work in All Teachers in the District are re- until he knows what it means to be a in town walking? proper part sinner? That Bob Thomas is still going to Is 1890 the total vote for this coun means insignificant. on With part of this fall. of Ohio county as there is quired to be present. The schools at this place, exertion and activity this the That if a woman is ever merciless Uncle Charley's? Jo. B. Rogers, County Supt. ty was about 5,000, this year about Republicans generally, both our can- Burks and Aetnaville, have teachers it is when she gets a mouse in the 3,300. Iu view of the disparity be- didates could have been elected. That S. T. Harvey has the largest who are alive to the work and are Nralth-Tnylotrap? tween these totals wo are constrained mouth of any man? pushing forward with untiring enerMr. D. I.. Smith, of this county, The Democrats do not propose to &t tho Closo of Businoss That Jim Williams will dress up in to ask, "where were these other felThat J. S. Wortham went to Louisand Mrs. Lucy Taylor, of Owensboro, abide by the new election law, but gy. The trustees must be compliJulio 30,1803. lows at?'' mented for securing the services of were ruaried at that city Wednesday. a few dajs and then he will be hand- ville last Wednesday? continue their old time custom of some? KESOUKCES. Mr. Smith is one of Ohio county's That Thomas Hunter has the larg"hoodling" and "liquoring" the such workers. It is much to be desired that the "fldaters." This was carried on in Mrs. Lucy Whitely and Mr. Mol- most highly respected citizens and That Dr White and Lee Simmer-ma- n est nose of any man in town? $76,205. 14 Notes and Bills new Board of Trustees will require Hartford and it is said nearly or quite lie Hu.T spent last Wednesday with the bride one of Owcnsboro's most keep a good stock of game ou Real Estate That J. M. Parsons and wife went Furniture nnd Fixtures . . 3.000.00 1,500.00 the building of brick walks. The all over the county. As a result in Mrs. Kelley. They report a pleasant estimable women. May their journey hand? to Brcckenridgc last week? Expenses paid 864. 98 15. plank walks are more expensive and the Hartlord precincts many of the day. be smooth and happy to the end of That Tom Morton says Tracy That Meredith is git-tin- g Cash on hand andinB'ks . .17,447-5Mr. Pierson, our popular merchant, life. Mr. Smith will move to Owens- doesn't stand any show while he is in their present condition on some colored voters were bought to vote up a writing school? $99,017.67 his store with a fine boro or the immediate vicinity in the arounJ? streets, are a disgrace to the t jwn. Democratic straight and others were is That there is a young lady in town LIABILITIES. hired to stay away from the polls stock of fall and winter goods. Now spring. Thnt in a professional baseball who takes 4 feet to the step? Capital Sto.k . . ; $25,000.00 club many are calle.1, but nine are The Republicans of Muhlenberg Hence the big Democratic majority is the time to make your winter pur5,250.00 That Martie Wilkerson went to Surplus chases. A very interesting protracted meet- chosen? elected "Wal" Lewis Tuesday as here. Reserve Fund 1,293.14 Jeffersonville on a visit recently? Revs. Coleman, of Hartford and ing has been in progress at Liberty cichool . . 3,047.59 Superintendent. Interest and Exchange Within the last six years, the That no girl will accuse a man of He That Jesse Hybeck's best girl goes Deposits 64,426.94 being a lur if he tells her she is is an able an efficient teacher, fully Republicans have at one time or an- Hale, of Owensboro, are conducting during the last two weeks. a very successful meeting at Whites-vinover to see him. They return calls? beautiful? abreast of the times, and we predict other carried every precinct in the 99.or 57 Warning Against Small-PoThat David T. Waltrip thinks he is county but two, Buford and Ellis. for him a successful administration. That it has ben so quiet of late JOHN II. BARNES, Casiukii. Your correspondent had the pleasState Boabd op ITraltii of Kb-- ) Only a few years ago it was not unthat even n dog fight would create an beautiful when he gets behind a team Sworn and subscribed to before mc tcckt, Bowlivo GnKRv, Kt.. ure ot attending the meeting at Fordsof horses? excitement? Norember 4. 18 J J.) The defeated Republican candi- common for Fordsville to give ioo ville Tuesday night. Revs. JenJune 30. 1893. To the Health Officials, Phvsi-cian- s That S. T. Harvey makes a trip to - Rowan Holiirookh, C. O. C. C dates made a good fight and with a Democratic majority. Tuesday it gave kins and Holztclaw'have had wonderThat the only way some people evand People op Kextdckit : This Taylor a majority of 66. The light! Blumanty School-bous- e every night By Snranv Tavlok, D. C. more active interest iu the party ful success. The meeting has been Board has received official information er prepare for a rainy day is by stealthe light! in the week? ing an umbrella? would have won in a canter. Our business continues to grow, as They in progress a little over a week, and of the existence of sm in m ny Shreve went Republican Tuesday That James Gardner isJa good the above statement will show, loth retain the high confidence the peo-- . Thnt a man never realizes how they have had forty joiners and now sections of this ciuntry, particularly in Miss Virgie makes one in magnitude nnd prosperity. Two pie have ever reposed in them and to for the first time In her history. have almost a hundred penitents. Indiana, Ohio and Pennsylvania It much person.il property he owns unbetter all the same? years ago a deposit of $25,000; one the will of the people bow a grace- Hurrah for Shreve! Mr. I.indsey Mercer sold some fine also prevails extensivly in Europe, and til he moves? Awtry received as many votes in cattle this week for one cent and three manifests an unusual Umdenoy every$64,000. That Ep Risengcr and sister were year ago $45,000; ful submission. Thnt the man who rides a hobby is where to break over official control aud always complaining his home precinct as both his oppo- quarters per pound. in town visiting Mrs James lamack-e- r This is due to the fact that the young that the world Is assnme nn epidemic form. men arc beginning to realize that it is and family recently? too slow? Misses Florence Wright and Emma Mr. C. S. Taylor made a gallant nents combined. But Smith didn't This Board, therefore, fools it do as much in his precinct by a good Kelley spent last Tuesday night with That Charles Harvey went to see not the money made but the money fight and won by a large majority, That the girls wouldn't dance with its duty to warn the people thit djois-iv- o saved that sets them up in business. deal. Mrs Belle White. action should at onoa bj Ukja to Mr. Raub at the dance the other his girl last Sunday and fell off of carrying two of the three counties and The man whojsaves each day and puts Tuesday's election demonstrates protect the State from thii loath tonio night? his horse into the mud? visMaimee Gray, of owensboro, is running far ahead of his ticket in nt interest fifty cents, will in fifty more forcibly than ever that the sen iting friends and relatives here this malady. Fortunately tho method of this county. He is au excellent man , That a certain young man went- - to years be worth $58,000 RlClll That the people who blow their own prevention is as certain in its notion ns timent of the county is cearly Repub- week. horns seldom furnish good music for see his best girl the other night and and will make an excellent repreWe nre here to assist the business it is cheap and easy to obtain. Vuooina-tiolican if fully expressed. The Demofell in a ditch and broke his chin? Mr. Steve Moore and family have sentative. The District will be proud properly d inu, other lolks? and interests of the county, and we solicit, crats left nothing undone, either fair moved into the G. W. Kelley proper- with reliable virus, is a certain prevenof her Senator. That Dr. Rattlehead and Bat Nail V and npprcchte the account of every nEMiuiw. or foul that would further the interty on the corner near the depot. tive, and is entirely teen from din;jr. are rivals, and that it is the long and Mrs. Nancy E. Sheffield, wife of pushing, enterprising individual or ests of their candidates and yet they P. II. Sheffield, departed this life Nov. firm. JOHN H.BARNES.CASiunu. Mr. G. C. Roberts, Miss Annie This is tho conclniioa of tin siiontifla short ol it? The attention of the peoplo is call- were barely able to win. Gabbert and her mother visited Mrs-Ell- is world, after full investigation and large ed to the circular letter from the State Mose Simons thinks he knows the 1st, 1893. She had been a mem-be- r Thnt Almost a lull outfit of county experience, and may bo thoroughly reof theProtcstant Methodist Church Tuesday. Board of Health published iu another officers are to be elected more about dancing than the man lied upon. next year, for thirty years and died as only a column. The people are notified of and with the increased interest that Mr. C Rhoads has bought properNotwithstanding that this safe, cheap who first danced? tho existence of small pox in Indi- will bring and a good strong pull all ty and moved his family to town. We and perfect protection is within the e man spoils his christain can die rejoicing that the That a 10. ana, Ohio and Pennsylvania, and along the line Ohio county will shake heartily welcome Mr. Rhoads and roaoh of all, it, is estimated that neatly work every time he opens his mouth battles of this life were over. Icr last words were: "I see the Lord of the peoplo of this State to praise himself? warned to take proper steps for the off the thraldom of Democracy and his family into our midst. have never availed themselves of it. coming after me now, grieve not for YOUll FUTURE prevention of the disease iu this State. wheel into the Republican column. Marion Haynes and Cap Gabbert Intelligent persons should not wait for That C. J. Dunn said while he was me. but clap your hands in joy, lor'l Whittaker received a bigger vote in are attending the meeting at Burk's the law to force them to an evident dn-t- at home he could go to see his girl nm gone tn rest, the troubSchool-hous- e very regularly. It is The folks who signed tho petition Hartford than did Smith, No one. should allow himielf, or every Sunday night? les of this life are over and ray home not positively known whether it isthe any ono for whom ho is rwpo u Bible, to last spring to have the early mail " t.X.4That the trouble with thejman who is in Heaven." She leaves. a husband v w I JkT V X. Akk Your Friend minister's voice or someyoung lady's remain unvaeqinatod at any timo, and knows nothing is that it takes him and six discontinued now see their folly. The ej. . .? children and many friends to n mail is discontinued and they didn't Who have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla voice that has so much attraction for especially in the face of the precoat so lorg to find it out. mourn her loss. The bereaved famdanger. Health and school boards, w bat they think of it, and the replies the young gentlemen. "miss the water till the well ran ily have the sympathy of the entire everywhere, should in reii:ani:'ikm. Miss Florence Wright gave an endry." Tho early mail was the most will be positive in its favor. Simply quiring vaccination as a condition of That Cap Calbert wants to marry? community in their sad bereavement. important one of tho three and its what Hood's Sarsaparilla does, that tertainment at her school Friday after- admission to all schools, public and Mmt ' Weep not for me, myhuslland dear, That Foster Reynolds is still an old tells the story of its merit. One has noon. A large crowd was present. private, and the proprietors of manudiscontinuance is a great inconveMy time to go has come, indigestion or dyspepsia The teacher and pupils acquitted factories and railroads should mako the bachelor? been cured of nience to the people. An eflort another finds it's indispensable for My Savior is with me now That Miss Eva Pirtle is teaching a themselves with great credit, and re- same requirement of their employees. should be made at once to have it reAnd He'll conduct me home, mcIi headache or biliousness, while ceived the hearty approbation of the The operation should always be dono good school? a 'AwrV. t instated. others report remarkable cures of entire District. Among the many visi- by a competent physician, at throe That D. S. Miller has the politest Weep not for me, my children dear, scrofula, catarrh, rheumatism, salt tors from Fordsville were: Col. Edwin points in the same arm, and the perron children in the county? In Jesus put your trust, Mr T. J. Smith will represent rheum, etc. Forbes, wife and daughter, Miss Mol- vaccinated should be seen by him from Your mother can no longer stay That Marian Haynes has too much timo to time that he may know that a Ohio county in the next Legislature. IS-IYOUR OWN HAND. lie Roberts and Reuben Wright. All perfect result has boen secured. Im- - shade lor a moustache? But go to God I must. are purely vegetable. U, us The Hkpuhlicin stated at He Hood's Pills .!5lHlI,.Ml,.,M..l0 '" at tne Uneebi root as being well .perfect vacoination can only give rise expressed themselves That J. II. Loyd is President of the tho time of his nomination, well qualluclT. Rev. Foulks filled Rev. G. B. Mc- The abore dUiftatn almoit Indicate? ptobabl! pleased with the entertainment. to a false and often fatal sense of se- ilUuaville Literary Society? I)KA.VKIKI,I. '& ,Nlt UFK ified for the place, and the people Donald's pulpit at this place last ?UlV!1 which, you will llv. Each BRACXLKT Country Jay. curity. Miss Mollie Day is very sick at this yoj, thirty yeart. LINK OV. That Ed Jager is so short that he Sunday morning and evening. join in wishing that he may play a clear LINK OK By tho promptness and efficiency of writing. roiiTUNK, time or rich... Both combined mean has to climb on top of a fence to kiss good part as a ',oa m.u,t kP "I" "I'b'oodern But as is m.".,J2TO Rev. L R. Barnett went to Arkan- several of onr county boards in former Mrs. Goens went to Philpot "J4t Like llamur." iteS.U,Sl,,t' .y0?."1 and .ufaetlTely of his girl? usual with Democratic members of on legal Magazine, w mor,.:t ! "Hey. hey," he called In front of, a sas two weeks ago where he expects years, tho disease was oisily stamped business. "I the oat. In other counties no snob preTh.it Harry Morrison comes to Grand Itivcr aveuuo grocery the otler ffg"i llitt1.T,tr m mnee In family Lintel" Democratic Legislatures iu Kentucky J luSyL1 l"l.d2Jfn Born to the wife of William Roy- to make his future home. The local cautions were taken at tho outsot, and day us he stopped his team. laheUndenMMiaetSlJht 9.1in,F.AJPJ the chances are that he will come al, on the 4th, a fine boy. LINK paper, whose name we do not know tho disease was only checked after se- Denuefield every Sunday afternoon, peaceful life; the A clerk want out to tho $dgo of the crooked. AFATK. denned LINK OF raverao If well. Wednesday and Friday nights, HEALTH homo from tho session n dead polititparee you doctor.' bill. ; eo will tin health hlota walk to see what was wanted. A scries of meetings are lcing con- speaks of him thusly: rious loss of life, great interference la Oemareu'e. No other maceilhe pablUhci m ulgs worth?' "What's cally as it is possible to conceive. "Mr. Burnett, a graduate of the with business, from, tho panic incident roenyiinrloe to lnttr.it the home elrcfuT Yoq will by the ducted at Bark's School-housfrOKIIHVII.I.K. bo iubiectw extreme of hteb fnlrltt or de.uoad-kl"How many have you got?" Hartford, Conn., College for young to an epidemic of this disease, and an i Revs Kelley and Brandon. That Bob Loyd says he's not in it rvea h,ro tba OIKBLE OF VKNUjwell "'Loven dozen." men, delivered an address before the Mr, Jo. Burdette and mother are Searcy Public School this morning at exponditnro of money, Jwhioh, if jndio-iousl- y now? Muhleuberg, true to her inter. Old "Bring 'em In, and I'll see." used in systematic vaccination The fanner turned around jn hit seat ests, Dr. A. D. James to visiting the family of Mr. Willie Chapel exercise," That Ed Quiscnberry says if things . I 71 t .... 1. I wonld have given perfect and looked the wuou box over, but there nrninrmi f.i'n. ti.i "niTrD premium Diciur..' wich 1. aimona real Wonder if that is as nearly correct beforehand, the Legislature m Tuesday. This is Crowe, near Rockport, Indiana. Mlnilnr which immunity to every oitieen in tho com- don't change he's going to move to was nothing to be seen but a brjdle, which iZPliZSZE" " l.1f Mr. D. S. Miller is in Hartford on as an Arkansas paper ever gets? henffletharcanBoi as it should be. Dr. James is au able j needed uicndinjr. munity. Here, as in many other Louisville? 4 man, eminently (fialified t fill the im- - legal, business. "Brins 'cm in," continued the clerk,, IlleMrauoaa aat esblect matter, that will kn things, an oqnoo ot prevention is not Thnt P. J. Jurboe manages to come "Jeruahy to Juckaonl but fch lade, and different. Item, of luttreit aboutfE Mr. Audrson Mercer had no trouble SEND--fwelvcents in postage only hotter but ctoapor than a pouud to the front 'now and then, notwithportaut post anil the couuty honors Ji!I0iSSub,ld" 'a"'lln? Intereetlwr rtadlSg in disposing of his fruit trees ' a Diumeii 0110: esciuluicti the tanner. stamps to 39 Corcoran Building, Wash- of cure. herself in being represented so worthstanding his numerous competitors? "Here l'rq driv nine miles to sell 'leven Improvements are stilt going on. ington, D. C, and you will receive In this, and all other matters pertain- ily. Almost tho only argument That Billy Miller and Kelley Tabor dozen uljs, and tho aia is to homer Mr. Rit Rhoads has put a new fence imr to the nublio bealth. tho State Forgot 'cm, ehrN the year, and la any tie joo chooee. Mend la against him by his opponents around his yard. are continually practicing the great "That's what I did! Hanner brought yoar auUcrlptloo at once, only M 00, and youw II ton, containing matter of special in- Board holds itself io readiness to as- -' ' " r"-Aoarsta was tho flimsy objection that he had Jl Mr. Robert Ragland, of Rosine, terest. Give name and address, and sist the local boards to the fnll extent feat 'first performed by the Prophet 'em out to the bum and sot Vm down on iH2v2t-''f?,l,,,II- ill M. Hael iWbu, tho fanning mill aud bitched up and I resigned his place in tho last, Legisla who is running his father's saw of ita powers; and all physicians of the Daniel? mill where you saw this advertisement, iy never looked to wo if they was to the ftrc&i ""it" V25te""& j"K9,nAD. vmw awutau BUte are requested to promptly notify I That John Jones recently lost all VUANIiL turoto uccept 1110 position 01 world i at lWs j,iace( has mo,e0rders forlum-Fai- r wagon t Jest liko Hnnncrl Bhe never iKiWftlltrj lontr FIW9T DIVIHIO& OtWVain f ,,,, Ir, their local boards of health of tho first h M,ralni knowcJ nnthin to begin with, and rite'i aUMhietllle Tk.MflAiiuin au n.,.....1 Commissioner. Merely a silly ber than he he can fill, I will hold services at Mt. Herroon lrtavfnlf. if i..A.:. ' outbreak of this or any other oon'agious , .... acknowledgment on tho tart of the "i, ?,,. . a new hearing aud is pressing his knowed leas every day since. Waal, It Mr. G. W. Kelley has rented the next Saturday morning, beginning at .,, uiaeasu iu luoir renKcuTe oueqiuuuiuch. they hain't here they hain't, and I'll take Democrats that no objections worthy fine Hotel at this place and will move 9:30 and expect a full attendance of cisc with renewed energy. Pinoknbt Thompson, M. D., Pres. ft plug of tobacker and git my bridle totelnjenee. Take onr'adflc ae aboVe ad "ii are to potetM the tut U4 moeOtlwM property next week, when h all the members. be H'eicd 0, aiiift him tl.c uiiiC could 1?. E. PATR. nto the That Mr. Moorman, the new oper- - fixed and log back." Detroit Free Pre. J, N. McCouiiAOK, M. D., Sw'y. Hartford Republican Official Vote, November Election, 1893. DO YOUKNOW Sad andJJloomy I f camp-meetin- g ! ... ... ... t.. ... Rei-uiilica- n r' 1 ir" Hood's x Cures acci-dent- ly V. ! ieaver Dam r. OEPOSII BUNK 5 ... e. -- x Post-mast- to-da- y tbe . n 'olored Teachers' self-mad- Examination Friday, Nov. one-thir- d y. yju? j. - XT JnttlcTXffi 8 law-mak- er to-da- y ""' V e 7"-- "7 i""" r?"J M e of-fered ,. kh,. . i tytH .,Vj 'JJftA.Atvlte-7JJlricVA- A.iy Li& nuiciii'iiiiii"" xiiiaft Go to Hall'a for your meat. jstssaS: Try Stevens & Collins' Sweet Pick-lcs. i'ii 'Jf' " Fresh Fruits and Oysters 'ht Stevens & Collins. Buggies and Harness for sale C. L. Field. by Eft Call on S. O. P. Hall for the freshest of meats. ' If you arc in need of a good wagon, call on C. L. Field. Mrs. Wm. Foster, who has been and easy very ill, is improving, 'TTvT'e 33liv"e . Call on Face for n clean shave or a shampoo. Olives, For Gherkins, Chow-Choetc , call on Stevens & Collins. Foglc has had an tack of pneumonia, but is better. McDowell at- THAT BY Fletlia. iBtatom exit, APlaln Prloe-- m arK., .A. Eletli3L Seile, .A. Hall has everything kept in the meat market. Give him a call. Remember that C. I,. Field is the place to get good iced for your horse. Miss Jessie Tatum, Point Pleasant, who has been sick for some time, is improving. Goreatex Scalar, taction, WE SHALL GIVE Greater DPnTDlloity, r pjsite Hartford New Meat Shop on the corner op-O. P. House. Hall, Manager. Grreater Value, GUrect-te- If you want a good ride to Beaver Bam, or rigs, leave your or-ders with Casebier & Burton. Mrs. Nancy Petty, whose home was near the Water Mill, died last Sunday night and was buried Monday. J. L. Carson, who is engaged in doing some building at Pleasant Ridge, came up Saturday and returned Wed-nedi- Bargains, DOLLAR THEN. AND SAVlB y. YOU A NOW AND Miss Trill Franz, who has been for several visiting in Hartford weeks, left for her home in Cincinnati to-da- i 4 - 1 ' I V V : -- hi Ml i -" ' "A - r i. If W' " ' 'Xt? i 1 .'I Am'. Mr. A. T. Black and Miss Maude Millhouse, Horton were married yesterday evening at 4 o'clock, at the home of the bride's father, Mr. Frank Millhouse. Rev, G. J. Bean pronouncing the words that made the two happy hearts beat as one. An elegant reception was given last ntght at the home of the groom's father, Mr. J. W. Black. The RepubliThe entertainment last Friday afcan wishes the young couple all the ternoon by the- - pupils of the Interhappiness to be had in this life. mediate Department was good. They Last evening at her home on Mul- showed credit to themselves and their berry Street, Mrs. II. D. McHenry teacher. received in honor of Mr. and Mrs. The best medical authorities say The house was the proper way to treat catarrh is to John J. McHenry. richly festooned and the decorations take a constitutional remedy like were tastily displayed. The tables Hood's Sarsaparilla. were beautifully arranged and deliNtiperlntcndetit' Appointment. cious refreshments were served by I will visit the following schools at caterer Salger, of Louisville. A large times named: BUSINESS number of guests were present and Monday, Nov. 13. No. 115,9 a.m. COLLEGES the evening was most pleasantly Miss Alice Plummer. spent. 1 1 :30, No. 36, F. L. Sanderfur. (INCORPORATED.) nnrt Shorthand M Tha uroat practical Buslnes Tralnlnir. 2:30 p. m., No 28, J. D. Oliver. A flood ClllEcn Gone. lumtlKwa mill Micro, (iitalostiorre. ulvii KBOollcara. Thtty Pros't,a iHixitport to Boo'y. AdilroM HpencerUn College t Tuesday, Nov. 14. 9 a. in., No. RlVKnoi Hpni'or, 3. V. yuli, On Monday night at io'3o o'clock, Louisville, Ky.f Owensooro, Ky.y or tvansvmo, ina. Preston Ross, a leading citizen of 29, Miss Sue Monroe. . or our town breathed his last. This was 11, No. 33, Mrs. Ella Rogers. 1 p. m., No. 86, Nettie Rogers. When you come to town and want not a great surprise to many of his Fkiuay, Novkmiihu io, 1893. Wednesday, Nov. 15. 8 a. m., No. your horse to have a square meal, intimate friends and relatives, for leave him at Casebier & Burton's. they knew he had suffered from rheu- 32, Albert London. Carson & Co. lead. 11:30, No. 63, Miss Sophia DavidMrs. McGec, wifeof Wm McGee. matism oi the heart for years and W. II. WILLIAMS I.UADS. would probably be taken away at any son. living just below town, is very low 2:30 p. m., No. 69, W. G. Stewart. Casebier & Burton's 'bus meets the of consumption nnd ( her life is de- time, et notwithstanding this, our Thursday, Nov. 16. 9 a m, No 27, prepared to give him people were not spaired ol. trains. . up A shadow of gloom could be John E Miller. George Klein, Sr. was summoned to Freshest Groceries at Stevens & 11, No 38, G W Mothershead. seen on the countenance ot every Louisville Wednesday by a telegram good citizen when the news that Collins. 2:30 p m, No 89. S W Mothershead. announcing the serious illness of his 8 a m, No 26, Friday, Nov. 17. "Press Ross is dead" became pub New things in veilings atFairBros. sister, Mrs Lou Hart. Birrh Shields. lic. Mr. Ross was the oldest son of &Co's. Saturday, Nov. 18 Cromwell TeachCold weather is here and it's time Thomas M. and Ann Ross and was bargains in Cloaks at Fair Great ers Association Union No. 11. All years of age, He was marto buy Flannels, Linsevs, Yarns, fifty-on- e Bros. &Co.'s Fair Bros. & ried to Martha Bean, daughteroi Rev. teachers in Cromwell Magisterial Dis Comforts, Blankets. Go to Carson & Co. for anything Co. have them all in Cates goo.ls. G. J. Bean, December 8, 1867 and trict are required to attend. Monday, Nov. 20. 9 am, No. 17, in their line. she with her two daughters, Flora Rev. J. N. Jarnagin will occupy Dr. H H Davis. and Mamie, survive him. Best stock ol ribbons in Ohio counColeman's pulpit at the Baptist Church 11, No. 72. Miss Dania Carter. "Press." as he was familiarly callty at Fair Bros. & Co. Sunday. The people should turn 1 p 111, No 13, Miss Mecie Tich-eno- r. ed, has been known as one of the Call at Stevens & Collins and see out and hear this rising oungdivine. most progressive farmers and best their new stock of groceries. 8 a m, No 69, Layton Maddox. Buy your School Furniture and ap- business men of our county, since his paratus, require 1 by the new school early manhood, and as such he will 11, No 14, Miss Mamie Reid. Call on us for groceries. hw, of the United States School be missed by our whole people who Cahson & Co. 2:30 pm, No. 15, Clinton Iglehart. Wednesday, Nov. 22. 8 a 111, No Furniture Co W. A Gibson Agt. sympathize with his sorrowing 1am-il- y Fair Bros, & Co. carry the line of Harlford, Ky. U sadbereave-men- t, 88, Miss Delia Shultz. and relatives in their gloves. Buy from them only, 11, No. 16, W A Casebier. for we will all miss him, whose Sallie, a little daughter of Mr. Perry NKW CURRANTS, DRIED 2:30 p m, No 113, Miss Lee Chinn. honesty and uprightness was never MonBrunton, of Beaver Dam, died Thursday, Nov. 23. 8 a m, No. etc., at Stevens & Collins. day night of typhoid fever. The re- called in question by those who 64, Miss Myrtle Rowe. knew him. Ourclothtngroom is full ol the latest mains vwere interred at Select on 11, No. 82, R. D. Welborn. Services were conducted by Rev. Cahsom & Co. Wednesday. and best patterns. 2 pm, No 9, (col) v A uary. residence of E. E. Pate at the late Friday, Nov. 24. 8 a m, No 65, J. Carson & Co. sell the goods be- For the lowest prices and the best the deceased Wednesday morning at terms on School Furniture and appa- 9 o'clock, after which the remains M. Stogner. cause their prices are the lowest. ratus, required by the new school law, were interred in the Cemetery nt 11, No 75, Miss Sue Jenkins. See our new stock of umbrellas. W. A. Gibson, Agt. sec or write 2:30 p m, No 18, W M Johnson. CAKSON& Co. Goshen. Hartford, Ky. tf Saturday, NovT 2J Teachers's Ast Fresh Pork Sausage constantly t LIVERMOKB. sociation at Beaver Dam All teachers counMiss" Dee Tunstall, of Grayson hand.at.W. II. Williams. Try i Mrs, Dyer and Mrs. Butterfield, of in the Hartford Magisterial District ty, has" been employed to teach the Evausville, Indiana, are the guests of required to attend. Umbrella stock is full. Our Barnett's Crcekschool, and will begin Mrs. Frankie Eaves. Monday, Nov. 27. 8 a m, No. 99, Carson & Co. n,ext Monday. Miss Tunstall is an Messrs. D. H. and Jas. A. Quigg, Albert Maddox. Largest stock of dress goods at accomplished young lady and we pre-di- Frank Smith and Ben Rowe returned li, No. 70, Fred Strother. the school will be a success. popular prices, at Fair Bros, & Co's. from the World's Fair last Tuesday 2, No. 22. pm, E. D, Maddox. Mrs. Susan Wedding, wife of Dr. morning. Cheese, Bologna Sausage and Dried Tuesday, Nov. 28. 8 am, No. 22, hand at W. II. Will S. J. yeddlng, ofHosine, after a long Mr. Hiram Nuckols, of Louisville, J. Ham Barnes. Beef always on and lirigering illness, died last Thurs- - who has been visiting his parents, lams'. 11, No. lot, A. II. Ross. o'clock, 110011. After has returned home.. His mother acsell the cloaks. day, Nov. ad.at is 2:30 p m, No. 61. E. K. Shultz. Fair Bros. & Co. funfiral services, conducted by Rev.J companied him. Wednesday Nov. 29. 8:30 p m, No, They have a large stock at the right Friday, her remains Jos. Acton, Mr. W. S. Hackett made a flying 85, R. C. Jarnagln. prices. were Interred in the Mount Vernon trip to Point Pleasant Saturday. nam, No. 8, col. V. N. Kuyken-dol- l. Buy your Boots and heavy Shoes Cemetery Mr. Mac Owen has returned from at Fair Bros. &to. They are leaders 2:30, No. 79 John B. Taylor. The Democratic campaigners and Cairo, Illinois. . of low prices Mrs. D. II. Quigg went to Central Thursday, Nov. 30, 8 a m, Nc. 5, "hustlers" from all over the county Roxy. . col. Young man, you make a mistake wereinjown SaturJay, presumably City Sunday. 1 1 No. 25, Alfonzo Rogers. you don't buy an overcoat at to get their share of the money and when Khnnds-Ro2:30, No. 51, W. G.Gardner. whisky for election purposes and it Fair Bros. & Co. Yesterday at 10 o'clock, Mr. W. H. remarked that there Friday, Dec. 1, 8 a m, No. 9, Miss was currently Co. sell the Millinery. Rhoads, of Greenville, was married to FairBros. & drunk men on the streets Miss Flora Ross, daughter of Preston Bessie Maddox. They have the goods and a stylish, were more 11, No. no, Miss Laura Render. Saturday than have bten seen here popular trimmer. Ross deceased, of this city. The 2530, No 3, col. Miss Margery Hin- for many days. wedding was a quiet one, only a few Charley Gibson, the negro who was ton. , Rev.. Samuel Thompson and Miss intimate Iriends and relatives .present , by Woodward a few weeks ago", shot Saturday, Dec. 2, onoa m. TeachOlive Guffy, of Morgantown, were The groom is a rUtng young business ers Association at Rjasfoe. All teach- is slowly recovering. home Wednes- -' man of Greenvllle,"nl3 adopted home, ers in the Rosine Magisterial District TrAv. H". Williams for tea and, married at the bride's o'clock. Rev. while ins bride id one of Hartford's are required to attend. J 8 day morning nt cofTee, for he sells them cheaper than The Trustees and patrons are reThompson was a popular lawyer until fairest daughters. They left anyone else' in town. after the ceremony lor Me- quested to be present. It Is especiala few years ago when he entered the "your Yatchlng caps of Fair mlnistry-andatoncattracted atten- tropolis, Ills., to visit the family of ly necessary that the ' full Board of Buy Bros. & Co. They have them new- tion as a preacher by his zcalousness Dr. Rhoads, the guSbtn's father. Trustees be on hand, as important est and latest things out. in his calling! Miss Olive is a sister Their many friends, together witK business will be transacted with each Hon. E. D. the Rbpudmcan, ,extend congratu- Remember that W H. William lis of.our them a pleasan' and Guffy, and Is quite popular both here lations and wish for BANANAS headquarters Resp'y, Jo. D. RoGitKS.' ourney through life. and at home. ORANGRS, lemons, figs, &c. - Fall Goods in Dress Patterns, Cloaks Wraps and General Lines. Mr. L. P. Loney, Uniontown, came up Monday evening. He returned Tuesday night, accompanied by his wife and son Clearance. FAIR BROS, ft CO The second term opened Monday morning with fine prospects for another term of good work. The new students this week are: V. F. Miller and brother, Daviess county; O. M. Felix, G. D. Westcrfield and sister Ohio county; Miss Aman-da- y Story, McLean county, Misses Verda Duke, Carrie Woerner, Bessie Morton and Rachie Sanderfur, Hartford. J. X. Brown, J. II. Wood, A. S. Bennett and D. F, Roll went home to vote and returned Tuesday afternoon. A. M. Smith nnd Truman Woodward visited their home Saturday and Sunday. Miss Ada Brown spent Saturday and Sunday at home. Mrs. T. J. Smith, city, and Mr. and Mrs. Haynes, of Whitesville, attended "X" Monday. Revs. G. B. McDonald and Foulks attended General Exercises Monday morning. Rev. Fdulks conducted the exercises. The following officers have been elected in the Adelphian Literary Society for this term: J. R. McAfee, President, J, L. Brown, Vice President, G. B. Slack, Secretary; J. H Sergcant-at-armH. Williams, Pruden, Janitor. Prof. Win. Foster lectured at Friday night. The O L. C's elected new officers Friday. They ate as follows: Annie Fogle, Presidentijennie Quisenberry, Vice President, Edna Griffin, Secretary, Lou Mauzy, Treasurer, Lena Carsoni Marshal; Olive Carson, Critic; Editor; Florence Cox, Corinne White, Janitor; Alma Lyons, Assistant Janitor. The school adjourned Wednesday morning to attend the funeral of Mr. Preston Ross, one of the members of the School Board. By the death of Mr. Ross, the school loses one of its warmest Iriends. We extend our deepest sympathy to the family. Mr. Hugh Roberts has been called home on account oi sickness in his father's family, We are sorry to learn that one of his sisters has since died and another is very low with fever. J. C. Miller, one. of the new students is on the sick. Misses Josie Duke, Livingston, Montana and Ida Duke, city,, were welcome visitors to the school s; Cen-tertoThurs-morning. CoIIk Ilnpenlnic. Wnnlpi'I ETW One or two lar lumber, 5 tf of good popAddress, F. A. AmhjJ & Co., OwenslKiro, Ky. rnr-lon- r, Having had an cxccllcntscason"ou the road" with my splendid photographing outfit I have now established my gallery permanently at my new house in Beaver Dam, Ky., where I am fully equipped for doing all Cabikinds of photographic work. net photo's a specialty. InstantaneCall ous photographs of children. and sec my work. Very truly. A. D. TAYi.on. All the talk In the world will not convince you so quickly as one trial of De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve for scalds, burns, bruises, skin affection L. B. Buan. and piles. At Homo. Our Low Prices Are the talk of the country. 'i n PERFECT MERCHANDISE Was never marked so low before. Our Clothing Room 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. k "Any I'ort in n Hlorm." That's a good maxim, but it will not work as a rule in the purchase ol 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 Line is certain. g One bottle is wo.th a hundred of else, and for that reason it is the cheapest when a cure is wanted. OI druggists, or sent to any address Drummond Medicine by express. Co., 0 Maiden Lane, New York. Agents wanted. any-.hiu48-5- Ul ;ai"t jT''EgTcj' f "Swwl flmrlly." In the Artists Exhibition of 1893 at the New York Academy of Design, there was exhibited an by J. L. G. Ferris, entitled "Sweet Charty." Its richness of coloring commanded instant attention, while the lessons it taught were so imprcs-si- e that one naturally turned to it for a sicotul view. Its subject is a young lady of colonial times who is on an errand to one of the poorer families ofthetown. She has a sensible,-charmin- g face, which expresses with remarkable fidelity-th-e sentiment of her errand. There is not a home that this picture will not ornament. It must be seen to be appreciated. "Sweet Charity" was purchased by the Publishers of The Youth's Companion and has been reproduced in colors in large size, 14x21. It will be sent to all new subscribers to the Youth's Companion who will send $1,750 for a year's subscription, and the paper will be sent free from the time the subscription is received, to January, 1894. and for a full year from that date, to January, 1895. This offer includes the Double Souvc nir Numbers pnblished at Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's. Address, The Youth's Companion, Boston, Mass. CLOAKS IN ABUNDANCE! 1 I ' 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. !lt Will buy all kinds of country produce. Thanking you for past favors, and soliciting a continuance We are yours, of same, CL.X3S3T Sa CO. CPENCESM Book-Keopln- H STILL FIGHTING! VICTORY 18 OURS! We are waging an unmerciful war on our Large Stock against and n HIGH PRICES! 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 of Hartford and surrounding country with anything in Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Furnishing Goods, &c, at .em T4 ..I. ' -- AP-PLU- k: :'f ..: . 4 - lit i E'J , 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 lain Dress Goods, Woolen, dies to our Medium and Heavy-weighFlannels, 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 for all kinds of weather. ts v,.-- M . 2&i v. v a u. 1H . '.. 11 ,"4 Duringtho, battle we guarantee a saving of 25 to 50 per cent on all purchases! T f if ,fr . m . Imtue-raediate- ly e 3c. '. A zbsC. s:-- . 1 V iti'A . fellow-townsma- n, IS .. " competition and laughs at opposition ' ' r 42o - .. ?:A 1. I !'' JL '. .' - Ifi ' ,. - - :. 1MMtMfMMr,tMMIMt ' .... j.t.1'- ' . - A ' 'iJKRt.JMr.. SVI 1 i,S, . , -- .U? 5iv m(ta4RiMiili4Mi ""W kvt - The flouring mills, owned mid opu.tioN onovi:. Oct. 30 Elder Robt. J. Brandon erated by Mr. J. S Reynolds, which have been fjrcttly improved, will open closed one of the most successful FlUDAY, Novkmiikii lo, 1803. wu ntuiurmK a cum: for custom next Monday. The mill meetings ever conducted nt this place mid liivlin llin intxL livnstlirntlnn n. Iniiur rrannnallill last week. The meeting began On has been equipped with rollers nnd ity aud tho merits of our Tuhlel. other modern improvements and is the 16th nnd resulted in thirty-fiv- e I WANT TO KNOW. I RHD- additions to the church nnd n generI TESTIMONIALS I equal to the best. finlrf v Olio 'lino from way don n cast, they said, Wheat sowing is about over with al great rejoicing ninong the brethAnil 'iclirj IntrcxluccJ slio led rrom atoSdnvs. Perfectly hsrin-- . v"'"i no'ijrunjr unit may bo sickness, uMiui'mroior luiiAUL'uin tcnorcolTM ?". -'" ren. Great good has been accoiilish-c- d He litre to recillnliUe - tin Kinwl. . . : our farmers. .11 nivn nT inn nsi tit w i. ,.Rlrrn lit a cuo of ""-.'"'"""rny siojisiuoKingor cnowing tinn few Ujs. Tlieclt)'s i liases up loilnlo. . and we hope the good work may Mr. W. II. Moore, of Hnrtford, is And when my full directory iJKUMtilifiitfS and IUKMHE HABIT I liml retailed idic said to rao visiting his Dr. E. W. go on nnd thnt we may all live better Dy mo uso or our SPECIAL FORMULA dOLD CURB TADLBTS wit. "I wont to know" . . fin flnl isAstniAn Mllta u A FEW Ford nnd is spending the most of his christians in the future than we have rutroBiiciwra ino irro uso or J.iquor phine until kucli tfmo m thoy ahull voluntarily bIto them up. or MorI told hr everything I knew V in the past. May those young brethtime bird hunting with (air to midTlmt worthy was of Interview; i. "" u mini lnipvui ipinnoniaisirce,iina sunn Testimouals ""-- " Retailed to her each chopping mart, v"-?uuiiiuiuiiiva !;: dling success, except when Jack ren and sisters who have obeyed the 1'rinuua ,vmi uuvo uccn curou uy inousoorourTABLBTS. "v" The homes of drama, music, art, from persons MILL'S TABLETS iiro for sulo by nil command to "tepent nnd be baptized B8tclab8 Tho drives, menageries nnd parks. Smith is along. who have been If jour driiKgutrtocs not Weep thm, enclose us 1 1 .OO eloquent remarks Miss Rallie Fori returned recently for the remission ot sins," continue Dcrlbl withplaces roundabout, nnrtwowlll scud jou.uy return mall, a package oiour Tho watering ourod by ihe use of from n visit to friends nt Caueyville. steadfast in the Apostle's doctrine Knthuncd o'er each excursion route, ,. vr,0Jo.,1.r.T,nrn0 rnd "''dross plainly, and stats Talked till. In fact, my tonguo grow weak, Mr. lames Denton, nn employe of that finally we may all be in that Then heard ncaln In accents mck Liiuur liauiu the I, H. & W. K. K moved his mighty throng that John saw that DO NOT Bll nncniVED Into purchasing "I want to knoHf" Tn onto CnimcAt. 00.1 family here Irotn Kcckport last week. no man could number, w'alkiug the Angels of mere) t Had I then onrvt for 'i1. Ak for !FTTTr.ci Iikar sir: I havo been uilnir your Obcj ed tho ImpulFO born of men streets of light, having washed their euro for tobacco habit, nnd found It would We welcome liitii j.i.juuuxo mm uisp no uuicr. And w llh warm maledictions hurled do what you claim for It. I used ten cents Manufactured only by worth of tho strongest chewlnir tobacco a day. Rev. II. T. Crowe Ins just closed n robes and made them white in the That spinster to tho low er w orld and from ono to flvo cigars) or I would amoks From open window whero I sat. Tina My of the Lamb. very successful protracted revival in blood otn ton to lortvnliieaof tobacco. Hare chewed Would not the gods npproml of that? venrs. and two Dtckuraa nnd smoked for twentr-flyprayer is, that wc may nil be faithful OHIO CHEMICAL CO., I want to know? the neighborhood of Horse Branch. nf vniir Tablet cured me sn I hMTfi no desire fur It. Boston Courier. U.M.JAVLOUU, Leslie, Mlcb. unto the end, that finally we may lay Mr. B F. Wallnce is doing considSI, 63 65 Optra Dlock, Dnnns Fiiry..N. T. down the cross and pick up the crown Tn Onto CnKmoiL Co. i Qkhtlkmkni Some time aco I sent erable ditching on his farm. LIMA, OHIO. for Sl.ou worth of your Tnblotn for Tobacco Habit. I recelred TIIE B00MII0USE MAN. them nil Hirht ami. flltliouirh 1 wns hot ha heavy smoker and chower. Mr. T. S. Wedding has moved his and dwell with Jesus our blessed Rethoy did tho work In lts than three days. I nth cured. rAKTZCLLAR3 black-Mnitdeemer forevermore Joiu, Klmohk. Truly yours, MATHEW JOHNSON, lO.UX. thop to Mnin'Sttret. g What appeals to tno ns my most FimnnaaH. PA. FREE. The employes of W. I, Graves' . TncOnioCntMlCALCo.s-OiNTLtMlNot It tclves me pleasure to speak a experience ns n writer occurred n wordof nralso for your Tablet. My son waaslronaiv addicted to the use of ux handle lactory have moved from The following isirom an Elizabeth-tow- n llnuor.nnd thronirh afrlrnd. I whs led to try vour Tablets. Ho wasaheavyand winter or two ngo in a littlo lumber constant drinker, but after uslnir Tour Tablets butlhrro days honultdrlnklnr. here to 1ots.e Ilrnnch, where the facpaper: hamlet of the hill region of Kentucky, and will not touch llauor of any kind. I have watted four month before wrttlnar you, ln order to know tho euro was permanent. tory is now located. We dislike to Yours truly, For a moment nt least it was quite "A story is told of a lady school MKd. HKLEK MORRISON. loose them. thrilling rather too thrilling indeed to teachcr.fcaching not n thousand miles CIHCIKNATf, OHIO. Onio Chemical Co ! Gkktlcmkn ! Tour Tablets havo performed a mlraclo In my c Tiir bo useful as material to mo with my Oiie night last week while a meet- from this city, who having an inordit have lined inurnhlne. hvtMxIernileallv. for htaii years, and havo been cured bvthnuMOf straight nnd simple art standards. I W. L. LOTM1AT. in o packages of j our Tablets, aud without any effort on my parL ing was in progress in.a hoop shop nate dread of contagious disease, sent havo n gioveling fondness for reproducIlls voico broke. Aillr-all Ortlorw to at Oaks two young bloods by the a little girl home because she said ing only the usual features of life, nnd Tho briefest instant passed. And then I nrsmrWPifi WANTED! this littlo episode, though it was pitiful- there was a sound, bnt not the sound wo name of Smith, from I'incheco, in her mother was 6ick nnd had sympIS2! SI, 03 and OS Opora Block. LIMA, OHIO. ly commonplace in its setting, had about waited for. The booiuhonse man moved the edge of lloncock county, raised n toms of something nlanuing. (In writing pttaso mention this paper ) The it something that was not only unusual, n little. Tho rigor left his form, and I disturbance and attacked Ilnrve Rob-cit- s next day she presented 9t f.rw-Srr.herself at saw his arm fall slowly against his side. but nearly sublime. with knives, but Roberts was school with her finger in her mouth I had gono down to tho village in ques"I ain't going to kill jon,"ho muttion with the ambitious design of seeing tered. "You got n daughter. Qo and equal to the occasion and seizing a and her bonnet swinging by the a "tide" in tho river. Tides nro peculiar seo ns no black hearted villain steals her good sized hickory club proceeded to strings, and said: 'We've got n little to wintry months. They are useful to from you." Eva W. McQlasson. pound the boys iu the most approved baby at our house but mamma ' told lumbermen and incidentally to writers, style. He soon disabled both of them me to tell you that it isn't catchin'.' Ho Was Out. but they havo their unpleasant features. My littlo hill hamlet, having doffed its A singular adventure befell a Buffalo and the trouble ended. It took one The teacher blushed and said she was green livery, was cowled in dark mud. woman nt a large hotel in Berlin. Sho of the boys two hours to regain con- very glad, and toJd-th- c pupil to take Rain sheeted tho air. Tho inn seemed to was making tho tour of Europe with her ' sciousness and find out "where he her seat. bo saturated, and tho roar of tho river on two small children and could speak uo tho skirts of the town corroborated tho languago but English. Ono night, hav- was at." Miss I.ula Walker, Central City, innkeeper's assuranco concerning tho ing retired early with the littlo ones, magnitudo of tho special "tido" which sho was awakeued by a peculiar noise, and Mtss Bertha Felix, ol Olaton, was in progress. which she soon became convinced was "She's booming for nil that's in her," mado by some ono trying to open the spent last Thursday night with the declared tho innkeeper, an elderly man, door between her room and the ono ad- family of Mr. John Walker. who had enjoyed during tho previous joining. Mr. John Walker has almost comsummer the happy privilege of being Sho "wasn't a bit scared" people never pleted his elegant tobacco lactory. useful to mo in many ways. "They look nro under such circumstances but she is one of the finest in the county iu It tho boom to bust tonight. Thougot up quickly, turned on the electi for Mr. Charles Fold s.iysthat his three sands of dollars afloat. You see thnt light and rang tho bell. Tho sound nt man by tho stove? IIo's one of tho big tho door ceased suddenly, nnd pretty weeks old boy is a Democrat, but its timber fellers from up north. Just como soon a "Dutchman," ns sho called him, mother says that the baby is too smart down. Ho'll loso heavy if she busts. nppcared in answer to tho bell. for that and that it will be found votSay, miss, tike a look nt that feller.! "Speak English?" asked tho woman ing the straight Republican ticket. BETWEEN You remember mo telling you about tho tho usual first question. boomhouso man's daughter? Well, that rUtorncy E. D. Guffy, of Hartford, LOUSVILLE and MEMPHIS, "I shpeaks heetn a leetlo," was the re- -' ' feller ho was tho man ho was Idy's piy was in town Saturday. WITH 'There is some one in the next beau." Judge C. W. Massie, of Owenslwro, remembered tho story. On n certain trying to open my door." I PULLMAN BUFFET Sleeping Cars'1 was it town this week. "No. Ho is out," said tho man. day in tho previous Juno I wns standing "But thcro is somo ono there a roFROM AND TO at tho head of n mill chnto looking down Considerable intercbt is now beiug at tho sunken river. Suddenly a dug- bbera burglar don't yon understand?" m inifested in the effort to get new I.OI!lNVII.M:,JI:WI'llli.VI'KNIUTlt a "Ho is out. Ho vill bo een at halluf out shot round the bend. Tho man in DATUM IUMlE.nml XKtV OIII.IIA.Vr, county with the county seat at Fords-villtho rude thing seemed only half human. past zwelf." vlnSTrmililn. We are manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal directly with We mean to have a new coun- Ho was bent and shrunken, with n, clay "No a robber! a burglar! a thief a cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices are reascolored skin, matted red hair nnd such thief,' I tell you a thief in tho next tV ifthere is nntr rmccil,1 M,inu The Quick and Desirable Route the consumer, thus saving him the per a woebegone vacuity of face ns startled room!" Respectfully, We have the territory, the voters, and onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. TO AND FOM "VaII " moil lint Irolf 'T .In nn) t'li.lr ono. Tho innkeeier had related that ' ,act- - everything necessaiy for the New York Philadelphia Ilaltlmnre poor creature lived nlono in tho ho ees n'fief, but ho ees oudt. Ho vill ln this Washington Norfolk Old Point Otnlort boomhoiue, a shed on tho river cliff, nnd be een at halluf past zwelf, and I vill work if we can get those high in auKichtmmd HuIIhIo OIcvoIhikI tell heem zat you want to seo thority to see ottr needs as they exist. that his duty was to cook for tho logToledo Chicago lndInnn)io1ii heeni." Harper's Bazar. gers in time of tides. Cincinnati louisville It will be named Brown cojnty. Ovsr.j boro. K "IIo's seen trouble," said tho innkeepSprings for some time for his health, Enstorn nnd Northonstorn Points er. "Used to own a nice littlo farm up Answered. and Memphis Vickshurg Union Kmirs yonder aud livo well. Ho had .an only Agony of mind distorted htr classic will go back on the road soon. Now Orleans Mobile Kittle Kock Hot daughter. Pretty as a peach, My was. features. Springs and points In West Tonnes-ic- e John Keown, who joined the Reg- Ipnor.mcc of the merits of I)c Witt's Kneeling upon tho tufted floor of tho j ular Army Slim waisted, with kinky red hair nnd Tbxhs Arkansas Mississippi last summer, is in Califor Little Early Risers is a misfortune. ' big eyes. Ho sat store by Idy. Nothparlor, sho held her clasped hands front Louisiana nnd the South and These little pills regulate the liver, nia and is well pleased with his posiing was too good for her. And ono sum- aloft. HOUTIIWJJST. cure headache, dv.spcpsi.ir had breath. GREAT VALUE FOR LITl'LE MONEY. WEEKLY NEWS OF TIIE tion. mer a son of ono of tho mill owners was "What havo I done," sho moaned,"thnt down lure settling up tho mill books, I should bo thus cursed?" The lite is thoroughly equipped and in constipation and biiliousness. 11BAN. WOULD FOR A TRIFLE. L. U An Old t'rirnil. Then sho went on to rolato amid sobs and he took n fancy to Idy, and folks s condition, snd provides nn excelIn a series of interviews with memsaid it'd bo a match. Tho boomhouso how many young nnd eligible, men hnd lent arrangement in timo nnd through man was proud as n peafowl. And aft- come to call on her, how they had uni bers of the last Congress, 31 out of 43 A tkaturk is the time and convenience & Sclentiflo American er tho young feller went north again, formly shown bymptoins of ati acquaint- remarked that they were leaders of secured by tho Limited KxjirewTrains. Agency fjfk why, Idy's paw ho narrated around that ance ripening into lovo, how thoy had Only nioiit's ridk betweon LouUviHo the wedding was to come off on Christ- suddenly become cold and left with u the Youth's Companion. For definite and Memphis, and the bent nnd quickest and trustwotthv information on the mas day and how't Idy was going up few perfunctory words of farowell. iv iwemvMour page journal, is 1110 leaning iicpuniicau laniuy paper iu orvico betwoen the two cities ovsr otlered. "Heaven help me," sho cried, with all questions oftheday itis really unique, north to livo 'in great style. But tho anil nil delrnl informs-tleTickets, the United Slates. It 18 fi.led with intererting rending matter for every young feller nover camo back. Ho nover tho earnestness of n distracted soul. secured by applying to J, Il.'l Ir lienor while the high character of its stories, And even ns sho spoke n breeze stolo Asentnt llenver Hum, or caino back," repeated tho innkeepor, XJ!."V.ia member of a country lumily. Il is a NATIONAL FAMILY PAPER, aud the wide fields covered by its special W,M iata CAVEATS. with ii graphic sort of pause. ' 'And Idy into tho window nnd gently turned her i T.B.Ljd... Gen'l Pass. Apt.. IccitTilie. Ht TRADE MARKS. from well, I always said if sho'd of had a cooking bchool diploma toward the wall. articles, and. its contributions gives nil the general news of the United Stales aud the, world. It gives the DESIGN PATENTS, Ere yet another month had passed tho the most famous writers in America mother things would havo been differund Onlnm ITatl t3 C0PYRI0HT8. atoJ cutid st burnt) ent. I always said sho took tho best cards wero out. Detroit Tribune. for Informstlon and froo Handbook arrlte to events of foreign lands in n nutshell. Its AGRICULTURAL department and Europe, arc ,wcll known. nf rsr U.1 LJ.. Oil UUUiVWAT, NIW YOHSC way outof it. For'bouttho timo tongues Oldwt bureau for securing patents In Aroorlc tlcnlsnient FRfcC Its program for next year seems B.M.WOOI.IXY.M.D. Krery patent taken out Dr us is brousu. befnra Farm Lamia In Dlrrurent States. has no superior in Ihe country. Its MARKET REPORTS nro recognized was beginning to wag Idy was missing 11M; i Whitehall SL the publlo by anotlco glren free of charts la tha The value of farming lands la this brighter than ever. Some of the ono day, and they found her tangled up authority iu all parts nf the land. It has separata departments for TIIE in tho river drift yonder whero tho sand- country Is greatest in New Jersey. In arc: "The Deserter," l c 31ail1888 farming lauds averaged in New Jer-febar reaches across tho shallows." IioujUigW by Harold Frederic; a Tale of the iru irnLcn coun I om overwork oi Its HOME AND FAMILY CIRCLE and OUR YOUNG FOLKS. f'Arrest circulation of anr sdcntlSo pftper tn tho 405; Massachusetts, $50; Ohio, $ 16; "And what did her father do?" cam nuuu Dpicuuiuir Uluil ted. No Intolliircnt Iron Hittor.1 ft without it. Vermont, $aC; Mary- great mutiny in India by Sara Jean-ett- e reliiiilil llrown'a aid dlvettlou, reinores ex. nn ihouid bomnnins. ytaarevs jumri:...) LV4 SOCIETY columns command the admiration of wives und daughters. Its "Do? Oh, he acted like he'd got it be- New York, the srstcni. rrari XsLHiaiK 301 liroadwaj, Wow York x Duncan; several. romances of the ecMof bile. and curu ualaiU. Q( thcctnirin tween the eyes. Kind of daft. Ain't land, $32; Wisconsiu, $23, and in some i'uuutuzur, Qt. western states less than $3 per aero. been just right ever since." Sea, by W. Clark Russell; Tales of general political news, editorials and diicusinns nro comprehensive, brilliant This tragic narrative, which tho inn- Charleston Nows aud Courier. War, and the Frontier in early Days. keeper related with tho equanimity of aud exhaustive. A special contract enables us to ofTcr this splendid journs Henry M. Stanley contributes 'two Don't lllflino Mill. nn epic poet, recurred to mo vividly ns I and THE REPUBLICAN Jones Robbins gavo io this cigar. thrilling stories from darkest Africa, observod tho man by the stove. Brown I don't blame him. Life. Ho was middle aged. The story lay 15 and Archibald Forbes writes of his --TO SEE TIIE-years behind him, but ho had a chin "Closest Call." Naval battles arc deI'oillUr mill Nrirntltc, which inado inu believo tho innkeeper an The race Question is unsettled. But scribed by Admirals, and Millitary honest chronicler. CASH IN ADVANCE. it is settled that Hood's Sarsaparilla life by Generals. Then there articles Ho was stolid and well fed. Apparently life had laid no heavy penalty upon leads all remedies. on choosingan occupation, Boys Who Subscrip- -' The regular subscription price of tho two papers is $2.25. him. Disease marches through all lands. Should Not Go to College, Physical Ho seemed too vulgar and hoavy a But good health blesses all who take Training, Recreation of all kinds, and Address all orders to tion may begin at nuy limo. typo of humanity to invito exceptional many other practical subjects treatment of fate, yet I saw him that Hood's Sarsaparilla. night in rather n notable situation. Dyspepsia is a great foe of the huAnother charming feature is the Just after dark tho iukeeper and his man race. But Hood's Sarsaparilla charming picture of a young lady of daughter and I set out across tho cliff colonial times, "Sweet Charity," repath to seo tho river iu nctivo operation. puts it to flight. Hartford, Kentucky. Wo wnlked in tho wind's teoth, with a Scrofula is one of the most terrible produced is colors from Ferris, which splitting rain in our faces. It was cold of diseases. But Hood's Sarsaparilla is piesented to all subscribers who nnd bleak. Then in nn instant tho river expels it from the system. send their$i.7S for a new subscription Write your name and addres on a postal card, send it to Geo. W. flashed in sight. Its wliolo freshot The people of this ilay, like Job, or a renewal. swollen current flamed with red from Best, Room 2, Tribune Building, New York City, and a earaple copy of the A Xoieil Jllitalrrl. countless tiro baskots nnd lanterns. Long suffer from boils. But Hood's SarsaM. T, Skiff.formerly business manshafts of vermilion stabbed tho packed parilla is a sovereign remedy for NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE will be mailed to you. timber in tho Loom, struck across tho ager for W. J Scanlan.the Irish Comclimbing banks and made fiery lances of them. Catarrh is one ot the most disagree- edian, suffered with rheumatism for tho pike poles in tho loggera's hands. years without relief until he bought a Men wero leaping nbout on tho logs. able disorders. But Hood's SarsapaSPLENDID DISPLAY bottle ot Drummond's In a flaro of crimson I saw on tho rilla is sure to relieve and cure it. Lightning wedged in float tho man who had been Rheumatism racks the system like Remedy. Two bottles made a well He will save you MONEY by Buyng from HIM. Will OF NEW DESIGNS IN Ida's lover. Ho was working bturdily But it retreats before man oi him. There are a thousand as any logman about, handling the a thumb-screw- . 800 00 ' sell you a Buggy, Harness, Lap Duster and Whip from remedies for rheumatism, but none heavy cables aud shouting directions. the power of Hood's Sarsaparilla have received the unsolicited testiIt was worth seeing, that mountain Loss of appetite leads to melanchoup to $75.00. The Davis Carringo Company has the reputastream as it mouthed at tho straining lia. But Hood's Sarsaparilla makes monials fioni prominent people ns .,timber in tho boom. It was worth seeing, tion of building tho best Buggy for the money of auy Factory but tho air was cold and wet, nnd iu the the plainest repast tickle the palate. shown by Drummond's Lightning t second hour of our watching tho Life is short nnd time is fleeting, Remedy. Ask j our druggist for it.or iu Cincinnati. daughter, being upheld by but Hood's Sarsaparilla will bless Send to the Drummond MediciucCo., neither hospitality nor ambition, 0 Maiden Lane, New York. Agts. ,'". humanity as the ages roll on. mo to accompany her to tho J5LT1 wanted. I'OHD.tVII.I.i: ITKMS. Loomhoubo for tho purposo ot getting Nov. 2St "thored out." Tho boomhouso showed its littlo red The Fordsville school, in charge of window just below us on tho rocks. and S. W. Pate, and Tho two tiny rooms of tho placo Profs. F. J. Jarboe CENTRAL CITY, KY. looked worm and bright na wo opened Miss Alice Brown, is progressing R. PAXON, PR0PRIT0R. R. tho door. nicely. These young people are earnHalf u dozen men wero drinking coffco est nnd capable and the people are Has just been repaired and newly u Dash Uail, Seat Rail, Handles, from tin cups nt n table. Tiie boom- well pleased. The students are ad- furnished. Located close to Depot. Is it possible a Top Buggy with Hub Hands aud Shaft Tips, for above price? houso man, apathetic as over, with his s (Jive Good meals or lunch i . robtuous looking hair iu Ids palo eyes, vancing rapidly and all iu all we are '' it u trial. was frying bacon in a great skillet. having a good school. Tho innkeeper joinod tho throng at The revival at the Baptist Church, bust u Qwnrrr. "it tho board. His daughter nnd I sat by conducted by the pastor, Rev. B F. tho stovo iu tho inner room. I shall never forget that room. Tho Jenkins, assisted by the Rev. Holtz- pattern of the homespun coverlet on tho claw, of Owensboro, costinues with e boomhouso man's pallet is indelibly with increasing interest. Quite a number mo. made nnd Soothed by the heat, the innkeeper's of professions have been CREAKH daughter dozod off, with her feet on tho many are still under convietoin and hearth. I remember observing with the christians are greatly revived iu dreamy interebt tho yellowness of tho religious life and energy. "' j LO ", 5C b teeth exhibited in tho graceful abandon Mr. J, B. Howard returned Monday of her slumber. I thought of snuff. I YEARS FOR from the World's Fair. think I had a drowsy moment myself. Write for our New 80 page Catalogue of all kinds of Vc!i.c!c& Has led all Worm Remedies. Auilu.-!Some one stumped noisily into tho Mr. J. D. Cooper and wife aud Mr. EVERY BOmt GUARANTEED. other room und asked for whisky. I Perry Cooper and Mr. Im JoUinon SOUTHERN BUGGY CO. SOLD EVERYWUBUE. glanced out. It was tho mifl man of returned, from the Worl l's Fair last A. OHIO, u, CM CINNATI, mttn r ictupw awicm to., w. tans. Idy's infatuation. Ho flung himself at Friday. Hartford Rep ubli can inter-'cstin- .mil lay with slini eyes. fiXi cioflioi wero dripping with thin mud, and nn nlr of utter weariness pcrvndod his attitude. "Ho had scaicely looked at th'i twin. I glanced ul him, however, and lecamo nwaro that his aspect had changed. Something liko II fo sliono in tho pale eyes under that unkempt hair, lie was standing still, just staring with n half blind gazoat tho man on thobeiich. Suddenly ho stepped forward liko a shadow. "It's you, nin't it?" ho said. Tho man on tho bench shot round a startled gazo. Ho Baw tho revolver in tho lean hand leveled toward him. Ho must havo recognized Idy's father in tho flguro standing over him, sternly poised ns to n deed of necessary vengeance "I knowod God A'mlglity M givo you up to mo soon or late," said tho old man simply. "I waited. They nin't iiothin to say. You know what you'ro dyin for." Tho whole thing was singularly passionless nnd without any aspect of tr.ig-edOn tho stovo n panful of meat crackled. Noises from outsido camo distinctly. Tho candlo flickered nnd cast a thread of light on tho lifted faco of tho man on tho bench. I myself had a beneo of Inability to movo or speak. Tho innkeeper's girl slept on. Whatever consciousness I had seemed to bo in tho millman's framo, passively awaiting u sharp, mctallio click. Therq was no chanco at nil for him. Ho bccmcd to sco this and to take it calmly. "Go on," ho said. "I wronged you. I'vogot n littlo daughter myself. If you've any heart In you don't say-w- hy" bcoin-htmso mAk-- HILL'S """ miiS3LMSJLSL3JUJ Double Chloride nf ... Tablets ? I son-in-la- o$?o Klh ..,.... ". Hill's Tablets. , li Cutf-lilng- Nl THE OHIO CHEMICAL CO., irrr rwTn I sgfillt "SroTOs. e. Will Lilat.. & F. A. AMES CO. An Unprecedented Offer.' first-clas- s ujpa Wew York Weekly Tribune, Time-Tabl- n giw lA WHISKEY I'f-.it)l- y timiiiit Skmtixm WM-klr- . m. Come to Hartford DF"or only $1.25 per year. -- HALtTFOllD HEP0BL1CAN, SPRING OPENING OF C. L. Field's car oi Buggies just from the Davis Carriage Company. FURNITURE Ejro.T3isvoli3. A 48-5- So come and judge for yourself. Tlae Commercial Hotel, POPULAR STYLES iGOieEBN Silver-plate- QOEEN S37.I Y- - AT POPULAR PRICES. first-clas- -- WORMS! WHITE'S H. L. BOWLDS, ', 112 West Main St., Owensboro, Ky. YM11EME 20 ' THE ', .ijj'tliQnu bench behind, the. cook, stovo ... ! THE REPUBLICAN . m ,n i V -: r . .. . . .. J J A Avtxr-r-- .'" .. z$ . I M