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' ) JO, B, RQ.ER5, The Haeteord Bepitblicae OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE The Kepujjlicax and Courier-Journboth one year for onal ly $1.75. TERHS-,- 1,25 Fubliaher. PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, Per Annum, la Adrian, VOL. VI. HAltTFOKD, KY., JIUDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1893, .MKtatt& fi VAt NO. 16. PROFESSIONAL CARD. f"l. VOM i r C OAP e Collars and Cup Cu To1 Only by N.K.FAIRBANK&CO. Made I ST. LOUIS. V-J-E j I 91 V "71 trttf d tV" witf do protested a mem- CRITIC. " it" V - i Ibeon afflicted with a caso of I consumption. Itcferenco wa hud to Dr. Fen-tier- ber of the. family that had Ion? 's f. Golden Re-llo- j Doubt liad been expressed that it would euro con sumption. The protesting member had witnessed tha invalld,tlie frequent visits of tha Doctor, and had accompanied tho "trips So Jth." Hod noticed tho " hectlo AUNT ES. flush," the "nervous irritation," tho " constant coujrh" tho "profuso expectoration." I first met her in tho family of n friend Us had also seen tha discontinuance in Atiisterilniii. Everybotly called her of all these tho administration of Dr. Aunt ns, her full nnmo beiiiR Eetolle, or Fenner's Golden Relief, followed by the Esther, I jievcr qulto remember which. restoration to perfoct health, and ho knew tho Golden Relief was what had Sho was Bomcwhuro near GO years of n0, dono It. II o was " honest and fearless" though only her jwrfectly whlto lialf tho fact. Ilcrskln was delicate enouah to " tell tha truth." Cures also aorethroat, bronchitis, colic, dysentery, and unwrinkled, her eyes sparkling and bruises, burns, cuts and all sores In bright, and her teeth bo firm, whilo nnd fact, inflammation lu any form or placo regular that ono could not but pardon from a corn to a consumption. No inflammation no corn, no inflammation no her tho almost apologetic cotjuottleliiicbi! consumption. Ono tablcspoonful doso with which sho frequently displayed cures La Grippe Never disappoints. If them. satisfaction not given, money refunded. Sho most have been very pretty in her Take a bottlo homo youtn tiuiecii, 1 may say situ was pretty still and furthermore, with theso desirable characteristics was combined a T(?e Quarterly Register restless activity very unnsunl in ono of 0 her years. Tho lively eyes, tho versatile Rlagle Copies. . 8ieechf the abrupt but significant movePer Tear, . . ,so ments, tho uprightly walk, till led to the lloaaa ToIaniM, supposition that tho brisk CO year old little woman had behind her a lifoof toll and persistent effort. . -- . a. winsiur, CHI., Such was tho fact, for jmil tt Kd.. ninny years had kept n for Aunt Es Had ntto llttlo shop. kept? Nay, alio Etill kept it and was aa tirelens at her jost as ever when any profit was to be gaiued by it. That tho profit was meager enough her long life of povwi ik tow ""! -BWUKIUMI Ml. atga. AAf4l sad botUkl talusiM. erty attested, but sho had been inde" pendent, never had besought a favor currcht History, CSTSOIT, MICH..U. a. a. from any ouo nnd felt, to nso her own words, that u fair proportion of good hud been hers through life. To induco her to dino with ns onco a fortnight required tho most pressing invitation. She camo then in Iter gray woolen gown (summer and winter it la cay enough if yon only was always tho same), ith littlo flounces Wo wilvo tlio on tho skirt nnd snowy crimped ruffles know how. at wrist and throat. She brought sweets problem in (he usually for tho children to nibble, at table was animated und gay, and when ono inquired how tho business prospered Louisville Oomniercial, answered cheerfully "sho believed it went right well." And this "business" of Atmt Es'I The brightest and newsiest Twas conducted In u cellar one of in Kentucky. Send your thoso dump, unhealthy Amsterdam collars, where to your amazement you will "address on it postal curd. You find tolerably clean stalls, nnd" in the cun have a sample copy windows of which you will seo displayed fruits, shoes, fishing tackle, cooperage materials and various commodities too numerous to mention. Iu kuch a cellar lived Aunt Es nnd ut . tho sauio Urn" conducted a littlo stationery shop, In order to reach this sumptuous nbodo, which was about tho size of n birdcage, ouo must descend SO Btcps. Then you saw a small a very small-ta- ble, which answered tho purposo of n counter, on which was displayed three or four prints, abont aa many letter wi per pads of different shades, nnold glovo caso containing steel pens, gooso quills und cheap lead pencils, six bottles of ink U eaill earned bjr anr one of either tex In anr and four tape measures. Tlmt was all. part of the couDtrj', who ti wllllnr to nork Imlut. trlouilr at the employment which we fiirnlili. At tho end of tho year tho inventory of 1 ue labor It light and pleaiant, and yuu run no receipts showed nothing to wasto, but in rlik whatarer. We lit you out complete, to that good months Aunt Es sometimes gained you can jrlre the huilnett a trial without exprnio a profit of 1!) to 10 gulden. to yourself. Forthoic wllllugto dun little work, this Is tha (raudeit oiTer lus'le. You can work This shop in tho evening was turned all day, or lu the erenhig only. If )ou are em. ployed, and hare a few spare hours at your dls. Into a dining room; at night it became poial, utilise them, and add to jour Income, Tho counter was her bedchamber. our business will not Interfere nt all. You will a dining tublo, and on tho brood surface be aniattd on the start at the rapidity and ease by which you amass dollar iihii dollar, tsy Id and of a chest, upon which a mattress was day out. ren beginners are surresilut from the to-da-y. ttio critic, analyzing In lila art Tlio ork of pot, painter, nrtlsnn. Mutt make tlielr spirit his. If that lie ciwi Be iiare of knou Ins tliolr Immortal part. How can the mind, unless It la Intense In certain cliorda, bo nblo to respond' To kindred cliorda In others? Klso tlio bond la wnntlng. Tlie bold liegirnr, lacking ponce, Su nil nc with klnca, nt eating is their peer. And atruecrltlo was tlio painter old Depicting In Ills picture, aoft yet bold. The charms which gioc a 1 nlo to his sphere; lntlng Chrbt In beauty and gold hnlr, In lie drew tilniHclf, a man extremely fair. Kdnnrd S. Creamer In New York Kun. 'Iwo thoUKitlid gultluTit That was the very least, .she resolved, with which she would venture into taking n larger shop. Then the cigar and paper business would bo united, und tho chist, no longer compel kd to servo both as closet and could return to its original uses. 'From tlio time of her betrothal and this resolution n great chaugo was notod iu Aunt Es. Sho who from early morning till lato evening .had trilled liken lark, and whoso gay demeanor her neigh bora witli ono voice had reproached, now became grave, if not Bovcre. Two thousand gulden I Money, monoy for their marrlugo day. 1 hat was her ono nim and purposo in life. That was .tho one nim nnd purposo of Kurl too. But it was not easy in their several lines of business to save bo largo a sum. o No, it was not easy. Zenl and brought no especial result. Monopoly swallowed everything. Ho Bought to sell a better and consequently higher priced cigar, sho to introduco to hor customers a new and more finished stylo of writing paper. But this double speculation failed nnd threatened tho overthrow of both tho stationery and cigar business entirely. "Wo must not bo overhasty," said sho to him ono evening in her littlo shop, "and engago in doubtful speculation. What one has is known, what ono may ncquiro is not. To loso tho confidonco of one's customers will bo disastrous. Let us wait. We will succeed in time." And they waited. Courago nnd hopo nover forsook them. In tho evening, seated behind tho counter, ho contemplating her with eyes of lovo, they built castles and formed splen did plans for the future Now it was a bed-Uleaperso-veranc- STILL LIGHTING! VICTORY 18 OURS! We are waging an unmerciful war on our Large Stock against Jn, H. Olcilll, J.N. It. Wedtllna;. LAWYERS, HA11TFORD, KY. (Office, oyer Anderson'a Bataar.) GLENN & WEDDING, Will prnclico tlielr profession In nil of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given to criminal practice nnd collections. tlio courts V - ard HIGH bkLj. riil tH H ICES! HAKTFOIllt. KY. Will pructice his profession in Ohio ami udjtiiuing counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office east side of public pqtinro. K. pin PL" b. OUKFY. 11. craraeB --A-. Smltli, D. RINGO attorneys ZX6.Ttfc.x6., gjgt XTon-fuelcy-- . :gaw, 1 I SnmT again a serious discussion of tho nroper management nna bringing np of children. One day n bright idea camo to Aunt Es. KKy i (lIHHPHT Hfrn.tv giSSS l. ticket in the lottery," and Karl impressed by hor words and manners did as she bado him. Tho evo of tho great drawings the couplo-passein happy expectancy. "Two thousand guldcnr'satd she, with chiming oyes. "We will pray this night to tho good God for 2,000 gulden," nnd Karl, ns ho kissed her, said ho would nnd promised in caso either should hare drawn a capital prize to dash up to her door on tho morrow in a coach. Long before tho hour of tho drawing next day Aunt Es stood in anxious nt her shop door. Every passing wagon happily but few went through that narrow street set her lieaTt to beating wildly. Tho sound of oirrisgo wheels in tho distanco turned Iter fuint, nnd moro than onco sho caught ut the lintel of tho door for support Tlio clock marked tho hour of noon when into tho narrow street turned n lincre, and oh, joy of joys, drow up her humble littlo shop. Within sat Karl, and with a thousand visions of happiness beforo her eyes Aunt Es darted up the cellar steps nnd throw open tho carriage door. "Wo hnvo won, wo havo won," sho be-fo- ro himtimctoeningT"iikeTvoictfromthe Hcuinu to mo. no must eacu uuyu Our warfare is just and in accord with the wishes of the people. Orders from headquarters state, "Use your knife cut R. B. WEDDING, and left, until it is reeking with the blood of high prices." Attorney at Law, Beaveh In accord with instructions, we beg leave to announce that Will practice hisDam, Ky. in all profession tho courts of Ohio and Adjoining we have cut prices without mercy and can supply the people of counties. Also Notary Public. Hartford and surrounding country with anything in Clothing, m. L- HeaytfciN. "" Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Furnishing Goods, &c, at HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in all tho Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and in tho Court ot Appeals. Special attention given jto collections. Office, in County Attorney's oflice, in Court House. Will nrncllcoiu nil courts of Ohio und adjoining counties, Superior Court and Court of Appeals. Collections and all legal business attended to. Office 320 E. Market St. Lawyer - For the Gents, we have the latest in Medium and Heavy- cried exultantly, "my Karl, my weight Suits, Overcoats, Boots, Shoes, Underwear and a full line Perry Westerfield, of Furnishing Goods. We call the especial attention of the la- Attorney at Law, Beaver Dam, Ky. dies to our Medium and Heavy-weighin Dress Goods, Woolen, Flannels, Lindseys, Cotton Flannels, Cottons, Ginghams, Calicoes, also to our Ladies', Misses and Children's Underwear for si. jtPBuvtHBjtttV winter. Don't forget to ask to see our Shoes, ' suitable for alt kinds of "weather. ts i. mam To Know IT ALL er For The ASKING. every ONE DOLLAR mm first hour. Any one can run the biishtc'S none fall. You should try nothing tile until yoa see lor yourself what you can do at the business which ws olTer. No capital risked. Women, are grand workers; nowadays they make as murh is men. They should trv this business, ns it Is so wrll adapted to them. Write at once and sre for yourself. Address II. IIAI.I.KTT & CO., llox MHO, 1'ortlnml, Me. )!l gmHaBBaSBBBHBHSBSBaB.Hi I m V1 B pC bLLI I sw M A Lmm swJ I SV kmm SH SVsV I ssW I V kjbb H sV sssi H H Careatt, and Trsde-Mst.n, hii.lnM.rnndnrl,il v ssWH "ss iV ssl LlHsb' H LLs V ' ' SK ISVHHPSISBaLPS&fl1 fnf Unn,.,, Sa sV H BSSS ssssal1 obulntd, and all Send model,drawineorphoto.,wlthdescrlptloo. Wo adrlse, If patentable or not, free of Imm -- k. . . VHV .... .f w w U. UU1IK ftt .WW nn, rluM till nlUtlP I. .ritrfflt... 1 i A Pamphlet. "How to Obtain Patents," with I ( of ume In the If. S. and forelffQ countries I scat free Address, i a- k Jb A WW SJSV ( a JOfi patent orrtcc, WasHiNOTON, D. C. lOusOrnceisOrposrri.U.S.PaTCHTOrrtci and wa can secure patent in less time uau lemcta iron) n aunngion. Pat-- j Srri. J J eUAUl ialW' tf wwi i n iMEirsiiiif r$mw and-CERT.- OINTMENT CUBES NOTHlHa BUT PILES. K it- - A tURS "j" I known for IB years as tho IF?"' OUR trfni REMEDY FOR PILEC CO., StCmDS0I EniC1 f tT. UtLu, laid, bIio Blopt. In this subterranean chamber sho had lived 40 or tnoro years qnlto decently and frco from euro, hoarding her little savings lllto n miser and looking hopefully forward to tho timo when sho and tho chosen of her heart should marry. When 18 years of nge. Aunt Es announced (o tho members of her family that sho had met tho man of her choice! Like herself, ho was n small merchant smaller, in fact, for whereas sho possessed a shop, u tablo and an old glovo-raswith steel pens, ho possessed no. hop at all, unless that,couJil bo called a shop which would close tip nnd bo conveniently carried under tho urm. (Carl that was his name was n cigar merchant, though not ouo of tho whole sale sort who draw their wares direct from the plantations la Havana. His "walking" 8liop consisted of n box or caso in which onco reposed suporfino but; in which, not without inward hhame, ho now packod for snlo his threepenny cigars. His general stock amounted from 100 to 200, was gold to tho woik-Itior lower classes, and it required two weeks for their disposal. Tia cuBtouutry iu Holland, when tho engagement is sanctioned by tho families of both parties, for tho engagement to contiuuq from ono to two years. During that timo tho couple aro frco to come and go as they .will unchapcroned, unprotected, save by tho good God who sullies upon innocent loyo. Though Karl's business, refloctod Aunt Es, was not us profitable as her owti.yot they would marry. Tho inurrlago would be one of "inclination," for tltoy loved each other. A marriage of convenience, for their "commercial and social positions" wero. equal. And better than nil , it would be a marriage founded on for not until they had conjointly laid by a sum sufficient to establish themselves and their children in a comfortable lii"" would they may, o s, roa-zon- He was a youngish man, nnd tie had a plain, honest way of speaking, and there was something about him to rtmind you of an old red farmhouse trees loaded with harvest apples; the fanner's wife making solt-soa- p in the backyard; the old oaken bucket coming up brimful of cold water, and all that . He was sitHappy and content is a home with Tha Be. ting in West Grand Circus park, abetter t lamp with the Hcht of the moraine. and, as a tired citizen who, was head- - j Catalogues, write Kocheittr Lamp Ca.NewYotk, t from dust. Washington Post A DjIds Man', vision. Judge John Stone, n pioneer settler of Livingston county, Mo.,juid for several terms a member of the county court, died at Utlca on Wednesday, aged 88. Ho had been unconscious for aomo timo beforo death, but Saturday night roused and said his eldest son, Samuol, of Mar- -' eel, Cal., was standing by him, but would not, epeuk, Sunday a telegram, came announcing the lutter'e death at tho hour when his dying fathor saw him, at his bedside. Chicago Record. neighborhood aro solidly macadamized by tho hard marblo sittings from the mines, and one may drive for miles over the picturesque roads on a roadway unexampled for smoothness and freedom At first I learned to hate him, And I know I hate him still; Yet he urges me to wed him, Senator Proctor's Quarry. And I hardly think I will. Senator Proctor is tlio owner of ono of tho most valuable marble quarries in tho country, nnd his homo nt Proctorville, in I am sure I would not choose him, For the very deuce is in it; the Green mountains, possesses a beauty unrivaled in mountain districts. His And he says if I refuse him He could not live n minute. eldest sou is manager of tho works. Somo iden of the valuo of theso quarries And you know the bles;ed Bible , and tho enormous amount of work per Plainly says we must not kill formed can lo cstituatod from tho fact So I have thought the matter over, tlmt there aro 10,000 mimes on the payAnd I rather guess I will, rolls of tho company, and tho village of v up entirely of the em-- , Horton, Ky.,Nov. 5, 1893. Proctor is rnado ployees. Thero aro 500 cottages in the villago beautiful little two story dwelDROPPED ON HIMSELF. lingsthat aro rented at: $7 per month and, always kept in tho most perfect repair. Tlio drives in nnd around tho Tho Smart Aleo Who Loft IIo gazed npon her sadly, his faco very wlifto nnd pain drawn. "What hast thour" sho asked tremblingly, reading suffering in his eyes. "Naught!" said ho, making an effort to rife, "naught, my llebchen, savo a broken leg." Tenderly sho cared for him. Yielding him her chest and mattress, herself reposing in a wooden chair. In timo ho fully recovered and returned to his business again. Thus tlio years went on, one hopo nf ter mother departing. Still their courago did not sink. Neither remarked their whitened hairs, their strength fast diminishing. Sho was past CO nnd he 70 years of age. Aunt Es was ill, but sho did not mention it. Sho felt very feeble, but overcame it that tho business might not Buffer. Usually, too, sho had littlo pain, never complained and nover thought to consult a physician. Ono day, however, this feeling of weak ness so overcame her that sho begged of Karl, who was on his way to fetch a customer 23 cigars, not to leavo her. Sho talked much, and in spito of her illness laid plans for tho future In tho long years they had succoedod in saving quito a sum of money. Of tho 2,000 gulden there was lacking only tho half. Tho night camo down. It was a mild Bummor night, and Aunt Es declared that sho was quito well. "Wo uro growing old," sho said presently, "nnd I have been thinking, Karl, wo may as well bo wedded now. In all probability we will have no cTiildren, and for us two we havo quito enough." Knrl found that idea very pleasing. "Yes. yes," said ho, taking her hand within his, "why should wo wait longer, my llebchen?" Aunt Es smiled. "Tomorrow, then," said Bhe, closing her oyes, "tomorrow wo will" Sho nover finished the sontenco. On the moirow the old cheBt returned to its original uses, while for Aunt Es was prepared n nnrrowcr bed in neighboring churchyard. Adapted From tho French. During the battle we guarantee a saving of 25 to on all purchases. j50 per cent 3: - DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Is prepared to do- all kinds of Dental work at reasonable prices. - S. 2Z. ZZTiLlSr. over my comin and business didn't stop a minit. Durn my hide, if anybody even shook hands and said they were glad to see uie!" "Did the swelling begin to go out of your head?" "Purty soon. In one day my six s and hat was so loose i.t fell clear down to my eyes. I brought seventeen dollars with me- - I was goin to buy out half of the town with three-quarter- The house that defies I.OVK AND HATE. BY NIGHT OWL. competition and laughs at opposition Oh, I will tell yon of a fellow, Of a fellow I have seen; Who is neither white nor yellow, But is altogether green, But his name, it is enchanting, For he is only common Bill; And he wishes uie to wed him, But I hardly think I will. cd for Bagley avenue dropped down beside him, the young man calmly inquired: "liver make a tarnal fool of yourself, mister?" "Yes, lots of times." 'Then shakel- I'm just aching to find company? Circus, ain't it, how a feller will sometimes drop all his horse-sensvand act like an idiot? Man's a queer critter, even to hime fjtafe & t8ite, q The Leading Photograpior. Pictures Is Ersrj Style and Sue. "Old Pjoturca Copied and Enlarged A SPECIALTY. 108J Main Street. 37m6 self." He has told me of a cottage "We can't always account for our Of a cottage among the trees; And don't you think the yankee impulses." Tumbled down upon his knees. "K'rect. I was a 6tttin' here and While the tears the creature wasted, wonderin if I ever did have any Was enough to turn a mill; brains in my bead, or if this was a And he begs me to accept hint, But I hardly think 1 will. Oh, he whispered of devotion, 01 devotion pure and deep, And it seems so very silly That I almost fell asleep. He was here last night to see mc, And he made so long a stay, That I begun to think the blockhead Never meant to go awny. dream. "Go that." OWENSBOBO, " with your story." in "liver hear of a town called Farewell?" this State "Yes." Tho City With a Small- - orHead. A Modern l'rodlgnl I.rnrnun Vnlnablo I.rnaon In (ho llltf City From The HourIs lence I.fll lis DKTIIOIT lliiiulorKxicr-! lietrolt, TRKB-riUtp- "Well my old dad owns a farm about two miles from that town. I'm his youngest son, and my name'd Jim. I used to be the smart Alec of my neighborhood. I was supposed to be the gauldurudest smart Alec miles nround. twenty for I could sing more songs, husk more corn, jerk more music out of an accordion and dance better than anyI got so body else in the township. smart I concluded that community was too slow for me. Ever have what they call the swellhead?" "Several, times." "Hat gets too small you begin to spit over your shoulder you know it all and nobody else knows jiuthin'. When it gets hold o'f n feller he's a goner. I had it bad. I got too big LXKAlt ItVN. for that country. Says I to the old Wm. nnd D, II. Sanders and famiman one day, says I: " 'Dad they want me down in De- lies, who have been visiting V, II. troit, and I guess I'll have to leave Newcomb for the past week, returned to their home in Handcock county you.' " 'What do they want with you last Monday. Miss L. B. Hines, near Newville, is down there Jim?' he asks, sortofopen- visiting Thomas Newcomb's family, in' his eyes very wide. S. A. Park, of Westerfield, has " 'Fur to show 'em'how to run the rented the farm of Joseph C. Park, seem to betown,' says I. He didn't lieve it, nnd the old lady didn't be-- and will move here soon, Miss KmmaPark is the guest of llieve it, and nobody didn't believe it, come down. her sister, Mrs. M, J. Elmore, near 1ut I packed up and P. H. IDidn't nobody meet me nt the depot Chapman's School-hous.with a baud. "Papers didn't say a woid about Wnnfrdt of good pop- One or two ray arrival."-"No?- " lar lumber. Address, ' F. AAmks'&Co., "No. Owensboro, Ky. "Wasn't the least bit of excitement '5 tf car-loa- "Well your money is gone, you have failed to make your fortune and I.UDIHVII.I.C, r. LODI.S A TKX..B. K now you'd like to get back home Ljainllk, 31, Lnii & mi liluj , again?" "Stranger, if I could see old FareBOUEDULK IM EFFECT NOV.t, 1MI. well agin I'd be wjlli,n' to lay ,down No.51, No, 03, WESTBOUND. Dally. Dallj. and let a whole drove of cows walk . 7.43 a. m. K p. ra. over me. Jf I had the ;noney ,to end Lt. Lqulsllle Weatrolnt till a.m. Tito'p.m. to dad Jie' d forward niy a telegram 9:17 a. m. 1.07 p. m. Brandenburg..... Irrlngton 9A a.m. ISTp.a. railroad fare and the prodigal .son ephenapart ............ 10.23 a. m. 131 p. as. would get up and hump iur lioiue. Cloxtrport .......... lO.Ma.m. Mp.aa. But I'm dead busted." Hwf1Tlle............. 11:11 a. m. 10:10 p. aa. 11:34 a. m. p. a. Lewsrurt..... They went down to the telegraph 12: IS p, m. Hill p. n. Owcnsboro.... oflice and sent a dispatch to "dad" Hpottsrille...... . ....... p. m. 11 Ai p. a, and at five o'clock that afternoon Jim Ar. Henderson . ......... 1;2J p. . 12.20 a. ta. No. 82, No.M, started for home. He shook hands EAST BOUND. Dally. Dally with his benefactor nnd said: : lip. as. 7.13 a. m. Henderson.."I'm goin' home as humble as a cat. Lt. Bpottarllle .a.m. 3 37 p. aa. Owetisboro. ... a. m. AM p. m. I'm goin' home with a whole newsLewlport... ........... (.U9a.ni. i.Up, m paper stuffed into my hat to keep it . lTawesTiHe .33a. m. 6.30 p. an The ftoiit iallin down to my chin 1001 a. m. 5.47 p. m. Clorerport weighed in the Blephenpori... a. m. 4.19 p. m. I smart Alec has bin IrYlngton 11:02 a. m, 7.04 p,ra, balance nnd he didn't pull down a Ilrandenburg ............... 11.29 . m. 7:31p.m. IX 04 p.m. 1 04 p. m, pound. I am the prodigal son. I'm West Point... 1.00 p.m. t.OSp, ta, goin' to git right down and tell dad Ar. LouIaTllle I haint got the sense ofa grasshopper, Tsalna No. 81 and No. 42 maVe connection a nnd after I have been forgiven I'm Irsington (Sunday excepted) with tralna on Louis. Title, liar jlnaburir A Western It. K., east and goin' to kick myself all over the farm west bound. For further Information, addresa II. O, MOItDUE, Geo. Pa'r Ig't. nnd then settle down to dig 'taters Loulatllle, Ky. and cut corn." l.-- K7 o H . ' ijO ,, i 74 ' v,,':' , ''M y 1.1 &'',r"i i'l f y ' ' M mj S a it' ; J ; ;Ij vj "tv '"VS! '' ' , ' '' J JM 7'"i5i vT"l "" , rr&l ) Svi w'H JV . fjffl Jl (Hi Jjj WHEN YOU GOTO CALL ON OWENSBORO C.Theo.Cain, For the fined and Mott ArtUlie Wrh, any tutor ttyle. Frederica St, , lyiwwtt ZrdandM. 6n37 STOPPED FBEE ParstH BsstofW riTC! ssssl MM HWIBlllf'tSYDlSIA!S3. Mw Tr AJTttlvnt, flit, MM&pBh SC r Mi flu mAmr rflrwtad. IHS'AU.IIi.a l( Ukn ss ttrnrt mt, irMiut aa at ftui mojsdmm It thrpsTlscssrsck4rfsoabei wasa rM.ad. SBil inii.F. o. ami .nil... SjMmm KLiNU.ni Attk st.nuoktakiaja. MMMTAXM IMITA WO smSDr.KLDri'aaiJU.1 plkt. HlSUctt ff KUnt it - 1 Is l . v' vaVTrssssssaLa 3FnLv.i- - '''nssssK lCJ.iv t ,' I a-- f -. r t- 1 iA i' r.'-.;- . ..'vt, I" ...V 'A .'.sX-MSktL-a- 1 '. faaibT ... J..L. fJl" lb sl"'i v iV 4T.. 4r' JU'K .' at. ' ,; St 4?B1MCjS II llJIMlkJlfllffflW HffilJ "1 isWW-,ilwW- ' -- -- t.Jlf' rrcy;ft'yft5ga''& .Va'.J..L.w'AVLV.rLftft'!,T..- - t Order" 10 march torwnrd'toflnd'n camp A SOM OP A HIARt. elided all ItWltatldils to talk for put. OF GEtfJSRAL INT3RE3T. distress to thousands of WctkitlglHciii for tho night. Not for tho world w'ould The worklngmeu of America arc the lication on tiny subject. I was inheart, t lovo" youl All Ilia day I wonder lie huvo pushed tho night tliero. who is n warm formed by a gentleman Serious foicst fires raged in north- most intelligent workingmon in the Ifskleanro led with bluo Fivo hundred feet below tho setting Ending back tilth tcmpvst nnd with Uiun- - suu lighted a dark, motionless muss by i" . imir.ii i:vi:r.Y fmday moiinino. personal friend of both men that Mr. ern Wisconsin during September and world, and they understand the ptin- - Or tho eldoof n little mountain Htrrnm flowciplcs upon which the factories ill Dear litartt dear heart, o'er jroul Kgan was invited to Washington by it is estimated that the value of timi:;)Uf.::s. - E.lilor an.1 Proprietor Secretary Gresham in order that the ber destroyed reaches six millions. which they arc employed arc conduct ' Dear hcart,l leno rout When judo Man aro ing and murmuring over tho smooth Jt. i:. pebbles, as If singing n hymn In honor gleaming t9f' ' of administration might get the benefit A young man at Harper, Kansas, cd. They know that if their employtho heroic- Gloria. Sad Mar to mo and few of his opinion regarding the lirnzilian has been arrested nnd fined ten dol- ers nre made uncertain as to the prices I wonder It (foil's lntclicr llglitsnro streaming, In tho littlo villngo church of Saldnnn iV.nw. XovKMnitn 17, 1893. Dear heart, dour heart, o'er ) out uinrblo stono with tho situation. lars for singing "After the Ball. "This at which their goods must be sold, Dear heart, If life had only ono bright blossom, there Is a small Alvaiez, on which is renuuio of Gloria production will be curtailed and their The administration must have had is encouraging. They know when Ono roso to meet tlio dew, When you've got n thing- to say corded tho deed by which bho saved tho a sort of premonition of the republican they have enough of a good thing in employment and wages curtailed. The I'd kiss It, cllnblng to your restful bosom, ,Say it. Don't t.ikc half a day. royalist detachment. And when tho And wear Its thorns for J oul 'Viien your tale's got nothing in it, landslide, as Secretary Carlisle was Kinsas. -- exchange. threat ol the Democratic party to restranger exclaims, In admiration of her Crowd the whole tiling in a minute. sent to New York by Mr. Cleveland I ''Sho vipi n wonderful child I" verse the tariff policy of the GovernA closed bank in Arizona has issued Lite is short .1 110611115 vapor tho old sexton, who delights to tell licr before election to try to get the Wall ment has stopped thousands of facA LITTLE HEROINE. Don. tyoufillthcwholc blamed paper the following notice: "This bank has story td tho visitors, interrupt!) with constreet men to promise to aid in carrytories, and that has curtailed the With a talc which at a pinch, viction, "Sho was no child, senorj sho not bustedj It owes the people ing out the financial policy of the adCould lis crowded into an inch. means of thousands ol liberal consumTho spring sun was shining brightly was 0110 of God's own angelst" Anialla $36,000; the people owe it $55,000; it Itoil her down until she simmers; ministration, whatever that may be ers, and that has made business dull. on tho peaks nnd slopes of tho Andnlu-sia- n Solano in Short Stories. is the people who are busted; when Polish her until she glimmers Sierras and on tho whltohamlot that That was certainly n proceeding that they pay we'll Last year was the most prosperous in When yo'e got a thing to say, pay." LIo Within Your Strain. was characteristic of the democratic our history. This year is the dullest. snugly nestled In tho fertllo valloy Say it. Don.t take hall a day. An Ainorlcnn capitalist, who H n keen The Southern Pacific railroad, it is The workingmen appreciated the reasIt was a pretty sight this littlo observer, 1h reported to lmvo said that ho Annte L. Arner party, which has always tried to be Of Augusta, Ky. whitewashed W iu.Omiiii, ot the Olivcr-Dula-ii-ey did not bollovo that there was mi Ameriall things to all men. It will be re- reported, has come to the conclusion on for the change and voted and will villngo with its small it is useless to prevent tramps vote accordingly. You can fool a houses shining In tho morning snn, sur- can citizen whoso Incouio rcpresuntod a tragedy, is being tried at Mor membered that only a few short w'eeks that rounded on over sldo by tho bluo mounsalary who was not living beyond his ganlielil this week ago the democratic press was ringing from riding on freight trains, and has workingman once, hut you can not tains and thick, green forest. Tho counmeans. And lio added that. If tho man with praise of Secretary Carlisle and decided that hcrcalter they may ride fool him twice in the same way. Tot try Is very plcturesquo and wild in this hud a family, ho was bringing up that With Hood's Snrsaparllla-F- or At Tcriicr, Ark., .Monday night, a Mr. Cleveland, for having, ns they free. Tuc Southern road will doubtmountainous part of Andnlusin, and it is family to standards and wants that ho tor and Blood Impurities Two cows recently went astray at very thinly populated, but tho littlo vilcould not honestly gratify. Our own obmob of negroes took D. T. Nelson, a alleged, snubbed the delegation of less hereafter be the preferred route of servation docs not liear witness to this Strotiffcr and Setter in Zvery WV' Newport News, Va. One belonged to lage of Saldatiu nestled tliero contentednegro murderer, from jail and after Wall street men who came to Wash- the peripattetic pedestrianators. a negro and the other to a white man ly, as If wishing to bo shielded from tho assertion. But It tho alleged fact bo truo "I hve been moro than viewed with Hood's A school teacher near Dawson, Ga., (hooting him burned his bod v. ington to tender the administration hot winds of Africa in August or tho to any considerable extent It must be Barsaparllla. I hvo sutlcred with totter break-In- n having instructed n pupil to purchase named Shields. A cow answering cold ones coming from tho Pyrenees in regardod as among tho causes of tho some financial advice. What will out on my faco and nil over my body alt my Mi:. 1Ii:.niiy HttAitx, tho wile of they say now about Secretary Carlisle a grammar, the next clay received av uie uescripuon ot cuner oi uie ewo January. many embezzlements nnd other pecun- life. I never could find anything to do It good Saldnua people wero in general very iary delinquencies which havo become until. I began to tnko Hood's Barsniwllla. I n niedicul student is in jail 10 Louisirm.i iiP Miitii'a ' animals was purchased by a fanner having been sent by Mr. Cleveland to t,ntA time bavo now used about eight bottlci, and Oh, It has cheerful, olito and sociablo to any so common of Into years. ville charged with receiving stolen humbly beg lor the advice which they mother: "I do not desire for Lula not long since. The bereaved men "Playing tho races" has been tho ruin done me so much good that I havo tho utmost stranger who by chnnco strayed among gonds. iShe 13 from Indiana and is praised him for having once indigshall ingage in grammar as I prefer heard of the purchase and each claim- - their wilds, hut now tho vlllnen wirs n of n mnltitudo, but living beyond ono's t,le. animal and presented proof mournful a&cct. Tho struts nro dn- - means must bear part of tho blamo. And well connected. nantly refused. But it doesn't mat- her ingage in yuseful studies and can ia ,nro serious than Is commonly lm- learn her how to spoke and write , equaiiy as convincing, me case came serted, tho houses, clean and neat as aglncd. ter much what they say; intelligent It involves fnlso pretenses nnd faith In It and recommend It to everyone, resides littlo sliver cups," hnvo their over bos. (low McKixi.ky's exact majority voters will UP before a judge and the jury heard not get their information properly myself I have went through , pitnblo doors closed. Onco lu awhile a fraud. It is a mean siiecies of crime, purifying my blood, it has mado mo so much in the State ol Ohio in the recent fiom democratic two grammars and can't say as they the evidence, but as the witnesses for woman Is seen on tho street going quickand yet often committed without any stronger and better I do not Xeel liko the sarss papers. compunction. Men arc afraid or ashamed person at all." Am.me Aunku. Augusta, Ky. clfctimi i SI, 187. In only onecoun-i- y did me any good. I prefer her ingage each Party described the cow, they ly on somo errand, and returning immeHood's Plllonct easily, yet promptly and in the .State did the Democrats Kriinlillcnii Ylrtiirir In llrrcknirlilicr in german and drawing and vokal , were unable to give a decision Then diately with all possiblo speed to her to say, "I can't afford It," and yet nro Comity. not afraid or nshnmed to contract debts efficiently, on U10 liver and bowels. SSo. the judge said he would turn the cow homo. music on the piano." gain and that was Pike, where they Uardinsiiukg, Kv., Nov. 13 Tho reason for this depression was which they kuow that they cannot honn out on the green. If she went gained 12-- vote3. The recent political upheavals were A New York policeman arreted a that tho Cnrlist war was waging hotly estly pay. CliriEtlnn Intelligencer. wan the negro s farm she wot. d be in Spain, and tho day before hows had YOUU FUTURE not confined to the states of the North the other night for looking Stago Lovo Versus Ileal l.me. I Scott IIakrison, a brother of ' ins, 11 one wuui luiwiiua outeiun 1.11111 reached S.ddana that iv Cnrlist detachloo?-l!ot- on and West alone. It reached Kentucky mysterious He took his victim to a Docs ment composed of tho flcrco northern O lobe. stago loo Impair real slatiuch and was cow was acex I'rj y'dent Harrison, police station where search revealed she wouly be his. The felt in this county. Basques, followers of Don Carlos, was j Wo cannot say for suro, bnt wo guess .rn-ioVDemocrat and prominent in Missouri The county for several years past that the person was wearing three cordingly turned out, but she found approaihiirj tho littlo town. not, or anyhow not always. Perhaps, in All tho able men of Saldnna had joined politics lia been appointed by Presi- has been Democratic. The last elec- - suits of underclothing, two pairs of the grass to satisfy her and she went troth, real lovo aud stago lovo arc often a small compauy of tho royal army nnd of tho sauio essence, of liko substutice, of at dent Clcvcl'ind a Surveyor ot tion, however, resulted in a complete socks, two hats, live suits ol clothes, neither way. wero concealed about in tho mountains, similar quality; nnd closely akin to each Kansas City, Mo. victory for the Republicans. The en- - with a silk handkerchief in a pock- from whenco they expected to surprise In Tumi I. Ike (Minivbiiro? I other. Indeed, for all wo can say, tho the Carlists, to whom this purt of tho rescmblonco between them may be v tire ticket carried the county by the et ol eacli suit, two overcoats were MvSiwi.ij ct a n 1 owiiNShoro mi:ssi:xgku. Tin: S'ate ol Kansas comes to the following majorities: country was unknown. Not long since a visiting young Driskell for slnng over his arm and in his hand marked, or oven very marked. Ask tho About noon of tho tiny nfter tho news front with one of the greatest literary Com nion School Superintendent V v s i 197; he carried several pairs ol gloves The lady was tripping daintily across was received, Petrona, wifo of Junn younger Dumns or M. Pierro Lot! or Mr, . .1 -- . curiosities of modern times in the way Blanford lor State Senator 145; Wil- - man was detained while the police Third street, at the Planter's house Alvarez, tho carpenter of tho village, Itobort L. Stevenson or, in case all thoso inpersons havo gone out, nsk tho well sslZ 2 V of newspaper published and edited son for Representative Several are looking for the owner of the cloth- - crossing, and looking backward in called Gloria, her oldest daughter, a formed Mr. William D. How ells of this 75. J) I s 5 girl with dark curly place, who rnrely over goos out, except pretty IS-- j ear-olby convicts intide the peuiteutiary reasons may be given for the surpris-in- g CS. search of a little girl who was achuiriind bij. black eyes, and putting In to collect tho proceeds of his copyright 5 X 13J walls. The chiet editorial writer is result. First, the people are getA Missouri tornado made its way companying her, and of whom she her bands a large basket, said: from tho publishers of his novels. Wo An embezzler, doiug ten year time. ting tired of the indecision of the into a lady's chamber. A bureau was had lost sight for the moment. "Go, child, to L Quebrada nnd carry nro unablo to say whether Professor At to eat Among its frequent contributors is Democratic party. They have sigstanding against the wall, having on. the same time a horrid man, whose somethingmid take--to your poor father nnd Helmholtz, tho German chemist now in IS IN YOUR OWN HAND. this country, who is a man of analysis an o.vState House Clerk, a burglar nally failed to fulfill any of the many it a lot of such traps and trinkets as breath smelt strongly of the cup that brother rees you." enro that 110 reprobate Orlist PslmUtrj Msumf" lines in you tell what and apprehension, could throw any light htnj Indicate. II willtoamuse you.Uienothing more. nnd a rapist. Its ftibssription list is promises they made previous to the ladies usually have cosmetics, bot- inebriates, started across the street in It Gloria tcok tho basket and briskly on tho subject. But wo Can tell tho BosTne aboie dissn slmn.l rxplilru liwlf, iu Campaign, and tles and so on. A bandbox with a an opposite direction, looking back- went on her wuy without mlsgiviugs, ton Globo thnt it Is very foolish in put- itugin or me i.i.Mt ur utc irvliraim pmbfcbla lapidly increasing as men of all last Presidential vrlilcb you will ltati similes of political belief subscribe for which now stand up before them like few laces inside was standing by its ward also. As a consequence there for 110 Cnrlist had as yet been seen ntar ting its question about stago lovo and see toyou thirty vests. life, muledIIUACKLKT LINK UK Well irt'ts OP Like Dawiuo's ghost side The wind took that bureau was a collision in the middle of the Snldnnn. Sho had wnlked about n mile real lovo to stnge lovers nnd real lovers, 1IKM) ilmotrs brain pontr ; clrar LINKmean The paper is call- mountains. it out of curiosity. from her homo by u path cut into the as roinuMU raoie orrklira. ltoth comnlneU ' it has vainly done. Tho qnostion is anccrnlnllre; but joummt kevpnp ollb nnUro these promises will not do at their and moved it to another part of the street and the lady was nearly knocked rock when tho song that catno so merrily ed The Trudy. Ideas to win It. You will And plinty fit lbr In tho gallliot. Now York Suu. bidding. They promised the early room, but it did not move the band- - . Uenioivt's Family Macailne, m attr.'tlvf ly pre. her feet. The man tcok off his from her lips stopped suddenly, for on of tntft! that every mrmbe r of the fumily la rntrr. reaching 11 liig rock which marked the repeal of the McKinley Bill as one ot box. It went into another lady's room, hat and, bending low, ejaculated: "A The l'rarly (late AJnr. In ime. ACI.KAK tslnnl. Itlsadofrn WASHINGTON. half way between Saldmm nnd Ln straight An ancient legend says that tho angel LINK OF HKAIta' peaceful lire: Ibe rrrerw If LINK OF FATK. is the only expres- the beneficent results of Democratic picked up a trunk filled with clothing thousand pardons, miss! A thousand r.u unseen jicrsou cried to her: on guard ut tho door of heaven was once crooked. A LINK OF 1IKALTII success In this platform the Mc- and carried it out the window and pardons!" The young lady, knowing "Halt!" rr yon doctors' bills ; so nill Uie health liluta sion that will correctly describe the asked by an inquisitive passer if moro No ulbfr nisislre publhhrsHi Mechanically Gloria paused on her married or moro single womon passed In Demoresl'a. Interest condition of the administration and Kinley Bill was denounced as a fraud, wafted if over into Hancock county hcrsell to be partly to blame, took the many slorira to Ibe home rlrtw. You will be subject to extreme of lilrh spirits or drsiumd. accident good naturedly, and said way nud looked around her. As if by througli. and a robbery of the people Notforty miles away. the democratic congressmen at presenc? If you have Ibe (llltl)I.E OF VENTS writ mngic sho saw herself surrounded by "Moro married ones." ho promptly marked; keep nproer spirit by having Dcmotrsl' Owing to his many soldiers on horseback, nnd tills ent in Washington. Private John withstanding they have been already A Brooklyn police judge fined one "That's all right." Marline lo read, lly snbrulblni lu II for 1KI you will receive a zvllerr of einulsilenorksnf art was not tho worst she recognized by Allen, as one of the Mississippi con- assembled in Extra Session, the Mc- hundred and twenty prisoners one befuddled condition, Uie man mis"Indeedl" said tho questioner, who was of (treat value, besides llio snprib picture, 17x.'llnclics, Is almost trral gressmen is jocularly called, puts it Kinley bill has not been touched. dollars each for drunkenness the oth- understood her, and thought she said tho uniform and colors that they were a man, and who iimncdinUly liegan to baby, and ' I'm DaUy'" nblcn (jlntlrn; which original rpilttlie bavr s oil tlist cannot followers of Don Carlos tho Pretender. plurao himself "Thcfr hnsbandV virHis reply was alyou will "We had um- They have had ample time to repeal er day in thebulk. They were brought 'you're tight." epigramnntically. f3): Ono of tho men, who seemed to lx their tues of course admitted them. That wus colequaledand any In the woilu fur lis iTauilful by 15 were it. If then the McKinley Bill is a into the court; the judge asked any most as serious a blow as" the brellas, but no Illustrations an I subject mattrr, tl.st wilt keep leader, approached her uud asked: Tho stronger should aid tho you posted on all tho loplc of the day, and all the ) right. for he said "Yes, and it you stay "Where are you going?" prepared for a considerable shower, fraud and robbery as the Democrats one not guilty to speak out. Nobody fads, and dlftVrrut Hem of Interest about th weaker." reading household, furnishing: The poor child was so frightened that "No," replied tho angel, "that I not nutter, bothbesides aud cay, forIntcrrstlrc fimlly ; but not for a cloudburst." The demo- claims it is, and they have had time spoke, the fine was assssed and the here long you'll be tight too " gtun Ite whole sho buret into tears. and while Pemoresl' Is not a fashion marailn. tho reason." crats troni Mr. Cleveland down know to repeal it and have not done so. the judge left the court-rooall before It fashion pee re erfcct, and you get with It, Tho officer dismounted. "Let mo see Jioiwr .MouiAii. "Then what is It?" f'h to the patterns free that the feeble explanation of an "off Democratic party stands convicted of eight o'clock in the mornintr. Good weather still prevails. what you havo in that basket' ho said. i "Well, if you must know," said tho the of cost, sll In any site you choose,nm dating The year, and bend in jou "Ah, food That Isgood. Wo hnvo not angel confidentially, "wo pass them first your subscription at once, only J3(0, and you will year'1 is ridiculous when compared fraud and robbery out of their own reason for this expedition was that Partners take the advantage ol the really get over 00 In value. Aildretatlie pubhad anything so good for a long tlmo on their own merits. Lots of 'em get lisher, W. Jennings Dcmorest, 15 Kast Hlh St.. with the terrible rebuke which the mouths. The people are aware of the pnsioners were all crowded into damp days by stripping tobacco The eggs, bi ad. meat, fruit. Now. my dear, through thnt way. Then, when wo can't New York. If you are oiuicrnalnlrd with Ins) intelligent voters in what have been this fact. Msjrsilne send for a specimen copy A one small pen and it seemed inhuman crop in this part of the county is very oti weio taking these provisions to find any otbor recommendation for u means bnueslyi a larce TlflANOI.K, Again when the time came for the to hold them in such discomfort till large and of a good quality and the some roynhsts concealed about these regarded as pivotal states have just married woman. It is written against her generosltv; Ion? FlItsT lilYlSiOrf OK THUMB, strong will; U)NO SFCONI) DIVISION, reasonrepeal of the purchasing clause of the the regular session of the court. given to the democratic administrafarmers are expecting a good price mountains, wt ro you not? Now, toll tne name, 'Theso aro they which have come ing faculty. The MOl'NT OF JIT1TK11 betokr n where they nre." mbltlon; thstof SATURN, prudrnce; up out of great tribulation,' and the love of splendor: MAILS, coarace, MOON. thsMJN, They feel and Sherman Act, we find a majority of tion and congress. ImsHna-tioBclva Lock wood, we are informed. for it Poor Gloria know that if sho told him gates fly open." VENUS, lova of pleasure; and MBltCUIlY, they cannot hide it that the grand re- the Democrats against repeal while a was in a reminiscent mood during an The Angel of Death visited this the place of their concealment all the Intelligence. Take our advice as above nd yoa will he sure to poeicu u but and most vtloabss publican triumph is but the shadow majority of Republicans were for it, interview the other day, and she community last Friday nlghtand took soldiers would lio slain, including her faIluotlns; Lions. .oaMy. ther and brother, for tho number of CarlAmong the Arabs, where tho lion is of another triumph in '94, when the I refer to the vote in the Senate. We gave some interesting information in from our midst little Will McKinley ists was to much larger than tho royal- hunted with success, tho hunter studies people will protect themselves and all have in this way a strange spectacle regatd to her early career. She was eighteen months son of Ike and Lula ists. In her fright sho thought their his bast beforo ongoing in buttle. If they hold most dear by electing a re- presented to us. The Democratic born sixty-thre- e number reached many thousands. On ho is very fat, there U littlo danger in Statement of the Condition years ago on a farm McKinley. The remains were interrpublican unjority of the house of rep- President in a seeming effort to bring in New York, and her youthful tho other Iuud, if sho refused to tell pot shots. If ho is lean and spry, thu ed in the Bells Run Cemetery SaturOV THH where tho royalist Boldicrs wero, sho wna Arab will maneuver for a coign of vanresentatives, and of the grander tri- about good legislation is forced to de" day evening. We extend our heartincluded a fondness for walktage from which ho can our iu three or umph of 'yO, which will restore the pend on the patriotism and States- ing on the top of rail fences, a fear- felt sympathy to the bereaved parents. euro thebe monsters would kill her. The commanding otlicer took tho bas- four shots beforo coming to cloeo quargovernment in all its branches to the manship of Republicans to carry his lessness of snakes, and her utter inAfter a few weeks nbscencc, L. M. ket from her nrm and gave it to one of ters. Exchange. republican party, the only party that measure, The people are aware of ability to keep her face clean. When Sanderlur has resumed his school tho soldiert), then said in Ids strong, believes in legislating for the pros- this fact. Upon a calm and fair view she was fourteen she taught a school, work at Bartletts. It seems that his liursh northern accent: Facing Certain Death. "Look here, girl, yon wero taking food perity of Americans first, last andall of these and other facts it clearly ap- and when she was eighteen she mar- school has been troubled to some exWith hla foot cnught ami firmly helil to somo soldiers around hero. I know eVt tho Closo of Business the tunc, in a sound financial policy pears that the Democratic party is ried. She draws a pension of twenty tent with mumps, that. If you lead us to where they are, In n frog on tho Rratling railroad track Jimo 30,1893. at West Falls. John Duffy met death in I will give you these two shining gold and in taking care of the men who wholly incapable of disposing of the dollars a month as the widow of a Miss Lula Ilickey, who has been ounces. If you refuse. I will shoot vou fearful form. Duffy waa employed iw a took care of the country in its hour of great issues that confront them, 111 a chaplain, it is said. visiting friends in Owensboro for the with this musket. Do you understand? braheman by tho Rending company, uud UKSOUHCES. need the old soldiers, who have been manner satisfactory to the interest of past few weeks, returned home Sunran ahead of hU train to open a Hwitch. Notes and Hills $76,205.14 Now go nheadr The defeated and sorely disappointso shaiuclully treated by the demo- the people. The people are aware of day. A desperato resolvo was forming Itself, That duty performed, ho blgnnlcd hij Real Kstatc . . . . , . . .3,000.00 Furniture and Fixtures . , 1,500.00 this fact. The result in Ohio, New ed majority of the army ol boomers cratic administration. Ben Ford and wife, of Owensboro, in Gloria's brain, tho undaunted conr- - engineer to bring on tho train. Ilia signal win observed, nud as the li.xpcnscs paid 5564 98 Gov. MeKinley's name is on the York and other States seems to point that raced into the Cherokee stripand were the guests of Thomas Hickey's ago of her ancestors began to riso In her train came toward him Duffy found Cash on baud aud in U'ks . .17,447.55 Koul. Sho turned to tho enptaiu and battled for claims there a week or so tongue of every jubilant republican in that direction at any rate. family Monday and Tuesday. that his foot was caught firmly In n said: you meet, and they are all jubilant. But the second reason that resulted since, has been straggling out again $99,017,67 News has just reached nic that a "Yes. I know whero they nro, but thoy frog. Ho shouted for help and made in a sorry retreat into Kansas and otfcrtfl to roleai-- himself, Gov, McKinley has always been pop- in our victory in this county is wholLIABILITIES. serious shooting affair occured about nro very fur nwny. If you wish, I will frantic Tho noiso of tho pulling but iu vain. engine Texas since a couple of days or so tnuo you to them. ular with lepublicans in congress and ly local. The Democratic party nomfive miles north of here last Saturday $25,000 00 drowned his cries, aud when tho engi- Capital Stock "That is right." Thousands have Washington, and predictions are inated Jack Gross for State Senator. alter the opening. Surplus in 5,250.00 evening, the particulars of which I Tho captain ordered a soldier to glvo neer paw tho struggling man In thu full Reserve Fund 1,293.14 heard on all sides sonic even from Many Democrats considered this a been brought out on the same cars nave noi oeen auie to learn, of the it seems her ono of tho extra horses captured in glnro his life. headlight It was too lato to Interest and Exchange . . . 3,0,7.59 Many hunddemocrats that the unprecedented direct insult to the integrity of their that carried them in. tho morning, and, tying a ropo, which ho havo e that Ben Adams went to Cap's 64,426.94 Swiftly tho great engine boro down on Deposits anito tho majority of Ohio republicans" have own party and voted accordingly. reds have passed through Arkansas and loaded up with com juice kept in his hund, to lead neck of tho tho frantic pviboticr, and thongb tho mal, ho told her on. City m wagons and on horseback, given him will make him the next The people of Meade county especial$99,or 67 and on his return stopped at Tom Everybody followed her. Across clear tho lover was reversed anil thebrakoput president of the United States, if he ly administered a stinging rebuke to while a great number of unfortunates Hardin's atld proceeded to raise a disJOHN II. JlARNUS.CAsimiit. streums nud roaring torrents sho took down hard tho locomotive struck Duffy lives and keeps his health. McKin- the IIon.(?)Jack Gross and his meth- have been and are still tramping it turbance. He soon drew a pistol and them. They walked by dangerous paths and ho was literally cut in two. Death Sworn and subscribed to belore tuc was instantaneous, but tho ley and Heed is already a favorite ods. This Senatorial District was back. It h is been a pitiful procession, fired at Hardin who returned the file beside deep precipices. Hero and thero on tho dead June 30. 1893. faeo showed plainly tho ticket, and that they would make a considered Democratic by about 1,000 for the disgust and dejection of the and several shots were exchanged they crossed a picturesque valloy. After Rowan Homikooks, C. O. C. C. ngony thu man had endured for a iieai ly four hours of incessant marching, strong, typical and a winning ticket majority. Gross carried it by 62. 111 ijority, many of them homescekers, when Hardin's daughter was badfow Becontls. Philadelphia Record. By Smji.nv Taylor, D- - C. uud when tho sun was in his descent We do not know how Mr. Gross and not mere speculators, are beyond ly shot and both men were also setouurd tho horizon, Gloria stopped, and is curtain. Our business continues to grow, ns A Heating Scheme. turning to tho captain said: Speculation is rife as to what affect looks upon the result. To a man up expression. , the above statement will show, both riously wounded. A plan of heating mills has been in"I nm too tired uud can go no farthe great republican victories will a tree, who takes a view of the situaShould a man who witnesses a dog troduced by which heated air la deliv- in magnitude and prosperity. Two We had the pleasure of visiting ther." have upon the democratic tariff bill. tion, he does not appear in an envia- fight attempt to sep-'iatTho Basqna ojed her suspiciously and ered from a lnrgo fan into flues iu tho yeais ago a deposit of $25,000; one the dogs? is Fordsville a few days ago and found walls, registers from cnchfluo delivering year ago $45,000; Your correspondent does not pretend ble light. Mr. Grons.it serins to me, a question that is being argued before business in a flourishing condition. nsked: $64,000, tho air into tho different rooms, this nlr This, "Aro wo near their cump?" to enjoy the confidence of the demomight hide his head for shame. I the Boston supreme court. The plain-tifTi- n Uverybody wore a smile tli2 D.n t is due to that the young being heated by tho wasto gases from 1 havo lost my way." "I do not know. cratic bo.iEes who are directing the had nearly said his blushing head. the case saw two dogs fighting ocrats on the account ofthe prospects "You lie, girl!" shouted the mun furi tho boiler, Tho products of combustion men are beginning to realize that it is construction of that measure, but he But I do not suppose that such a thing in the street. Being something of a of a new county and the Republicans ously, slinking her roughly by tho arm. pass from tho boilers througli econo- not the money made but the money knows that there is constei nation as a blush was ever known to flit humanitarian, he stepped in on behalf were all smiles over the recent elec You havo imrtioHely misled us. nnd mizers for heating tho feed water, next saved that sets thein up in business. taken us miles from them. Now, for through a regenerator for rehcntlng the The man whojsaves each day and puts among the democratic members ol the across the brazen face of Jack Gross. of the under dog, whoj rewarded him tion victories. On entering the most steam exhausted from tho high pressure hoithe ways and means committee; Again, the Democratic party in the by transferring his grip from his dog popular dry goods house I found the ' tho last time, I'll glvo you ono moro cylindor nnd on Its way to tho low pres at .interest fifty cents, will in fifty chance. Will you lead us to where tho sure cyunuer, mm men passes uirougu years be worth $58,000 Rich! Uiat Chairman u ilsou lias been in county put two Millets on their tick antagonist to his nnn rescuer. The boys as accommodating as ever. One air pipes, whero it bents tho cold sir for almost constant consultation with et. The Millers for several years plaintiff was severely bitten, and of the accommodating cletks ofieied royalist soldiers aro?" We arc here to assist the business Gloria raised her beautiful eyes to tho heating tho buildings, then paceer! to tho Mr. Cleveland since the elections, pist have been getting the lion's brought suit against the owner of the to lend me two dollars and a half that man's face, oyes that at this moment chimney. If heated air Is not wanted, interests of the county, and we solicit pnd that prominent democrats who shate of things political in this coun- dog. To the surprise of the defend- I might be able to purchase' a three wero more angelfo than human, aud but only tool nir for.e.ilil..tlon, tho ganeti and npprcchte the account of every faltering said in a low voicoi fa vol limited protection are confident ty. The people have grown tired of ant the plaintiff recovered a verdict of dollar from tho boiler aro turned by a damper pushing, enterprising individual or pair of shoes. We dropped in-- 1 without senor." "No, into tho chiuinoy without entering tho firm. JOHN that the result of the elections will do this, and voted accordingly. deover three hundred dollars. The II.nARNES.CASiiiER. to Hale's Jewelry shop and to my "You littlo devil!" roared the man, heater, and if tho gnscs aro not sufficient what all ol their pleadings have hith-.ert- o Upon the whole, however, the pros fendant says that the plaintiff was a great pleasure I found that he had now possessed of an uncontrollable fury, to heat tho air' as desired additional failed to the free trade pects for coming Republican success tresspasser front the very instant he not quit doing thanky jobs, sol had "I'll teach you to fool mo liko this. Pull heat Is supplied by radiators of steam iu FITS. All fits stopped fiec by Dr. piOjiensities uf Mr. Cleveland, and is exceedingly bright in the county. took hold of the dogs, and can not some repairing done on my watch. her down from tho horso, bring somo this heater. Tho temperature of tho air Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. No strong ropo and bind her hands and Is raised abont 00 degrees by Its contact fits after first day's use. 'Marvelous prevent the new tariff bill being as With a good organization and a good under the correct rules ol law, recov- Next I went to the e and feet!" ho shouted to his men. with tho hot gases. Now York Sun. cures. Treatise and $2.00 trial bottle hurtful to American as ticket in the field next year, success er damages. Tliero aro no cruder or bloodier wars from the face that presented itself it' lree to Fit cases. Send to Dr. Kline, it wis origiiKilly intended to be. Inlteudlnic by CaiiiIIo I.lcht. is assured. Then for the gubernatowas easy to see that C. R. Ford's than thoso wnged betweon brothers, and 931 Arch St., Phila., Pa. For sale by in this Carllst war both parties com"I must Inveigh," says nn ocnllst all druggists; call on yours. deed, borne of them say that the bill rial contest. 36 iy Let Republicans everyfamily numbered three. Tim Itrunoii Tor It. mitted somo acts that innko thoso who "against tho candlo ns a night reading would have been repotted before the where prepare for that conflict, Kenlouisvillu commkkciai,. At night I went to the closing exer- hear of them wonder if tho wretches light. It is quite a custom, I find, for adjournment of congress had not Mr. tucky must be torn from the embrace The explanations given by the free-tra- cises of the most successful protracted who wero gnilty of thoso atrocities wero filcoploss folks to keep a cnndlo at th( ir SIST If QCiXITT, nooT iv qcuiirr, Cleveland been persuaded to have it of the Democratic party. human beings or wild beasts. bedside and rely upon it for Jlghtdnring organs of the great landslide of meeting held at that place for Her form J Palo as death and trembling lay poor wakeful that aro passed in readheld back until .titer the election, to must no longer be contaminated by last Tuesdayjarc various. Mr. Voor-hee- s Seventy-twadditions to the Babtist Gloria at thb feot of this human tiger. ing. Aa hours flamo flickers tho with tllo thinks it "Was business. Mr. Church, forty-thre- e were babtized. I Her lips inovod. Perhaps she was ro- ullghtest current'of air, tho light is unhub. the very contingency that now the touch of a party so false to its also learned that several of my friends tating tho prayers taught her by her certain and waving and most exists promises and that is committed to Stewart is sure it was silver. The trying to I'm, P.itiick Kgan, who so credit- legislation that will bring down with workingmen of North America are had attended the World's Fair during mother. Still not a tear dimmed tho soft thp eyes. A small reading lamp takes a myabscence. thev nil report anleasint luster of her oyes, fow seconds longer to light, but it is ably filled the position of U. S. minis- a crash the great material prosperity very certain that it was because a re- time. Nk Pmjs Uirnv. "Do yon teo that prcciplco? It is very much to bo preferred." Chili under the, Harrison adter to that Republican policy has secured for versal of the tariff policy means disdeep. If you do not tell mo, I will throw ministration, was in Washington this the people. Stage Fright. tress for them. Jr.ssii R. liSKitiDOi:. Coughing leads to Consumption; you over thero, tied hand aud foot as you "Did yon ever havo stage fright?" His knowledge of South Week. There is no business man in Amer- Kemp's Balsam stops the cough at aro now, You will did a horriblo death. Only ono thing will eavo you. Now tell asked tho intervlowcr. once. American conditions and politics YEARS FOR Scrofula eradicated and all kindred ica who has not sense enough to "Onco." mo whoro tho enemy is camped." would uiake his opinion of the presknow that a reversal of the tariff polHas led all Worm Remedies. "When was thatr" "I cannot, senor." Ntumlglo I'ersotta ent hiatus and probable result of the diseases cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla, icy on which this Government has EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. "When I mot bimio road agents while Thero was a wild cry that tho Carllst And those troubled with nervousness resulting in Brazil both valuable which by its vitalizing and alterna been run for over thirty years is sure officer would hear until tho day of his traveling in tho Rocky mountains. " revo'ulion from care or overwork vrll! be relieved ry taking BOIVD KVEUYWIIEUK. deuth, and then, ufter u few minutes of Washington Star. rrsr sy mnuBOMx tncm co it. tociav ltrown'11 Iron lllltrrs. oenuin a:. ! .11U testing, but he positively de- - tive affects, makes pure blood. ... , to cause no interruption which means. :rr xcsx3:.ar:. xc: -- "r77"Ywfl H'U'Uoa'd llopublioau lr Hoocs Cures HiK I - Vjfe dm bo-lo- WmMmF V More Than Pleased" Hood's J x Cures 11 ! Cut-toins- t'' vvw- 11 d I v. Que-brud- n Panic-stricke- n rd I 1 f--3 larCTOUeil-HAM1I.- char-acteisti- Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK . still-hous- cxp-csslo- n ter-rib- lo e to-da- y the-fac- do--cu- rb Post-offic- wage-earner- s o fUKMS! WHITE'S CREAK 20 VERMIFUGE v2 . tics rede mark aud crnued red Hues 00 wrapper. complcto silence, tho, ey;aln jjavotho v -- . ;, w- W 'l Z&rXV!tf3tyVJi " t.; A - tai - iitrtliirii i nil f ...i...i..ti ririWfrt 111111111 in " . .4ij jjQjtnir- - " W JJ v pgsa2aasaja-ysrae?- 3 Wr-'V- - uC'MTaf.irfinn LriiBsaigg.fTTi Ve rT.waategajglflg 'A YOU HAVE Quarterly Coiifcrcncccbnveueo here1 Saturday and SlUiilay with S. Xi Httll Prsiding Elder. He saves twice who saves quickly, and any one can do that by trading at TWO FEET -. Fair Bros. &Co.'s " "v VArid those two feet must Jiavb Shoes, for the weather wasn't made on a bare footed plan. , When you eat a good dinner, think of your horse and take him to Case filer & Burton's stable. Fresh beans, dried apples, currants, figs, dates, etc., can be found constantly on hand nt W. II. Williams' .u WE HAVE T-w- o Tracy & Son want your butter and eggs for which they pay you the highest price in cash or goods. When you come to Court, stop at the Hattford House. Best accommodations. J. F. Carson, Prop' r. Boots Go to Kahn's and-Shoe- Siloes They you will buy what you ntcd In Boots and Shoes and save 33 per cent, on the dollar. C. R. Martin is prepared to do all kinds of watch, clock, jewelry and spectacle repairing on short notice, at lowest cash prices. gentlemen for entertaining its ns Ihey did. Col. S. it. bent was in town the The Hoover boys have sold their first df the wdek. tobacco to John Nave, of Beaver Dam. Miss Lucy King returned from n Relatives of Mr. Jus. Patton from yesterday. Grayson count are visiting him this Henry Fiiild nnd wife returned week. trom Louisville Tuesday. Miss Mary Miller visited her paMrs J. 12 Foglc visited friends in rents in Hartford Saturday. Beaver Dam thh week. A Porn.. R. D. Walker, Owensboro, visited Hitprrliilrnilriit'N .tppoiiilnii-iilK- . his father's family last Sunday. I will visit the following schools at Col. J. S. R. Wedding went to d times named: Wednesday on legal business. Saturday, Nov. 18 Cromwell Teach Mr. and Mrs. F. L, Felix and son, ets Association Union No. 11. All Douglas, arc visiting Mr. Felix's teachers in Cromwell Magisterial District are required to attend. father at Olaton this week. Monday, Nov 20. 9 a 111, No. 17, Prof. Richard Foster, who is teaching school at Masonville. visited his II II Davis. ti, No. 72. Miss Dania Carter. parents Saturday and Sunday. 1 p m, No 13, Miss Mccie Tich-eno- r. Perry Cnsebier nnd sister. Miss Cal-hooIlu-for- PEH30NAL crnuJ. L; 1'dHc. thank thC 1? : That will tit your two feet and t v make them comfortable. are good shoes. The Clayton Woodward, who has been confined in jail for the past month for shooting Charley Gibson, ol color, was released Saturday on $300 bail. I will preach the funeral of Leslie Duke, deceased, son ot Madison Duke, at the graveyard near widow Coombs the 4U1 Sunday in November, 1893. Met PRICE ? G.J. Bran. FITS YOUR PURSE Exactly in accordance with the time and price you wish and any grade you desire, We know For the lowest prices and the best terms on School Furniture and appa ratus, required by the new school law, W. A. Ginsov, Agt. sceor write Hartford, Ky. tf James M Harnett, who is engaged in the tobacco business in Owensbo-ro- , moved his family to that place yesterday. Mr. Barnett and family have many friends here who very much regret tu give them up as neighbors and friends, but wish them much happiness in their new home. 5tte A?k && M that '.- - j&: V rV K K 1' A ' f'-- . f -- ' -. C fc i .16vV"V' E- -- j. Sunday's Owensboro Messenger has j the following to say about a charm- ingyoung'lady who once lived here. "The engagement of Miss Mary Hill, daughter of Gen. Sam E. Hill, formeily of Hartford, but now resid : ing in Lexington, to Mr. Albert sumption. France, of that place. The wedding G. W. Kelley Is established in the will take place next April. Gen. Hill fine hotel and wishes patronage from and family resided lor a time in only the first-clasOwensboro." So, Miss Pattie Wilkerson and her Deanrfleld Nhootlnff. niece, Miss Wilson, of Towsey, nre A serions shooting affair occurred visiting the family of J. II. nnd Henry last Saturdayeveninginthe unusually Loyd. quiet neighborhood of Deanfield, a Henry Brown, who has been absent mining town in the eastern part of for some time, returned home Saturthe county, the particulars ol which day. I are very hard to get. Sylvester Whitley and wife are visFrom the best information obtain- iting relatives in Illinois. able it seems that on the evening Miss Florence Wright, who is teachabove mentioned Ben Adams, a miner, ing school near DeaneficlJ, spent went to Capp's still house end filled Saturday and Sunday with her parup on white whisky and then went to ents at Fordsville. Tom Hardin's, against whom he had The protracted meeting closed at an old grudge, and as he entered the Fordsville Friday night. Rev. Jenkyaid he signified his intention of forins baptized 46 at Mr. Reynold's ever settling the trouble by drawing mill-pon- d Saturday. There were 70 GGLLESES a revolver and shooting nt Mr. Har- additions to the church. din, whom he had called to the door. (INCORPORATED.) Some wretch hasf been amusing nnrt Shorthand Tho irroiu practical lluslnoss Training. Mr Hardin beat a hasty retreat, folhimself for some time by throwing ColleceH. ThiiT ulvo n niuuroort to hunluosi nnil mici or. ('ntalnguo rroo. Eno Bpflncer, rros't, J. F. JTUh, Boc'y. Addres Bpancorlan Cnlletro at lowed by Adams, who kept firing at at the Louisville. Ky., Owensboro, Ky., or Evansvlllo, Ind. the retreating man, but his aim was rocks at the night watchman already mines. The miners have bad and he missed Hardin, but inflictspotted the man, and if he continues ed two severe wounds on Mrs. Kelley, his depredations much longer they a daughter of Mr. Hardin's, who had W. H. WILLIAMS LEADS. Friday, November 17, 1893. will swing him to the neatest tree. been attracted by the shooting from New neckwear nt Fair Bros. &Co 's A terrible shooting affray occurred another part of the house. Mr. HarCarson & Co. lead. near this place Saturday evening Try Stevens & Collins' sweet pick din by this time had proabout dusk, in which two men and Circuit Court Monday. les. cured his pistol and the ball opened one woman were shot. The woman Sec fie Kid Gloves at Carson &Co. Bargains in Doots at Fair Bros. & in earnest, the beligerents drifting is thought to be fatally wounded. into the yard where Mr. Hardin reBuy your neckwear of Carson &Co. Co's. The particulars as far as could be ceived a wound in the leg and one in learned were that Ben Adams, a young Stylish Millinery at Fair Bros. & See the Clothing nt Cai son & Co's. shoulder Mr. Kelley, husband of man, had filled up on mean whisky, Co's. wounded woman, came upon the month is Thanksthe The 30th ol this and went to the house of Thomas When in town, call and see Tracy scene at this time and took an active giving Day. Hardin, a highly respected citizen of &Son. part iu the engagement, and in all If you want the latest Nove't ies.see An old fued had this community. twenty-fiv- e shots were Call on Tracy & Son for fresh gro- - about existed between the parties for some Carson & Co. fired with the result as above time, and after young Adams went cedes. Go to Hall's when want good stated, into the house hot words were exLarge line ol hosiery at Fair Bros. meat, sausage, etc. Dr. Alva Jones was at once sumchanged, pistols drawn, nnd the fire-in- r & Co's. moned who dressed the wounds and The cheapest Cloaks in this county began inside of the house and Fair Bros. & Co arc selling the otherwise alleviated, their sufferings. continued on out in the yard and inare at Carson & Co's. Adams was at once arrested andput Cloaks. Ten or twelve shots to the field. If you want fine work, call on under guard, but through the carelessFreshest Groceries at Stevens & were said to have been fired, Smoot, the Photographer. guard he made his escape ness of the Collins. nnd when the smoke had clearduring the night and has not since It is a fact that Carson & Co. uned awny Mr. Hardin was found to be Fresh FruiU and Oysters it Stevens been heard ffcm. dersell anyone in the county. shot in the shoulder, shattering the & Collins. The wounds of Mr. Hardin, while Go to Kahn's closing out sale. His upper portion of the humerus. His W. H. Williams before buying very painful are not thought to be daughter. Mrs. P. R. Kelley, was See Clothing have to be sold. dangerous,' but Mrs. Kelley, who your groceries. shot in the abdomen a little below Alvin Burton, son of Cicero Burton, is otherwise in a precarious condition, Adand to the left of the umbilicus Call on Tracy & Son lor Turnips near town, has typhoid lever. is badly wounded and her recovery.is ams was shot through the left arm, Potatoes. and very doubtful. Prof. Wm. Foster will lecture at breaking the bone about midwey beAll the parties to the unfortunate Fine line of ladies handkerchiefs at Alexander SchooMiousc tween the elbow and the shoulder. afFair are highly respectable and it is Bros. & Co's. Put up at the Commercial Hotel Fair Dr. Jones was called and dressed the lindscy nt sadly deplored by the good people of wounds and atlast nccountthe woundweek. Cate'sjeaus, yarns, and while attending Court next that community and the county genBros. & Co's ed were doing fairley well. Adams was Hall keeps everything usually kept Fair erally. arrested Saturday night, but Sunday meat shop. Give him Fine line of Roynl kid gloves nt in a first-claafternoon he gave the guards the Fair Bros & Co's. a call. rrnventlon la llrllrr slip and struck out for parts unknown. The finest line of cigars and tobacco Than cure, and those whonre subject Great excitement prevails among the S. O. P. Hall has a nice meat shop. to rheumatism can prevent attacks by If you want good meat give .him a in town at Tracy & Son's. citizens and there was strong talk of keeping the blood pure and free from call. organizing a mob, but cooler heads Best comforts, blankets and under' the acid which causes the disease. You were listened to nnd now the people Why not go to Kahn's and save 25 wear, at FairUros. & Co's. can rely on Hood's Sarsaparilla as a have concluded to allow law and jusper cent, on the dollar for Boots and W. H. Williams his everything remedy rheumatism and catarrh, tice to take its course. Shoes? that is tiice to eat try him. for every form of scrofula, salt also ii """ "in Country Jay. The best ladles button and lace When you come to town next week rheum, boils and other diseases causfor One Dollar. Sec shoes at Kahn's ed by impure blood. It tones snd call on Tracy & Son for Lucch. HAIIVKH JIIL.I, ITEHH. them. vitalizes the whole 3ystem. Nov. 16. Miss Sallie Patton and Call at Stevens & Collns aud see Hujd's Piu.sare easy and gentle sister .made a flying trip ,to Pleasant Overcoat!, for men and bpysat your their new block of groceries. Ridge in affect. own price at the closing out sale at Olives, For Gherkins, Chow-Cho.Croquet playing at this place Kahn's. etc., call on Stevens & Collins very interesting is with Miss Uriimiiiond'a I.lichtnluir r Shoes The Anderson Remedy done great work for H. J. Mnry Miller ns champion. be- Do not fail to see Tracy & Son Sold by fore you sell your butter and eggs. The school here, conducted by Miss Lewis, of Anderson's Mills, S. C He are the thing for winter. had sciatic rheumatism in the left Mary Miller, is one ol the best in the Carson & Co. Big shipment ofheavy wintergoods hip and leg, and for six weeks was county. Smoot, the Photographer, will only arrived y nt Fair Bros. & Co's. not able to walk n step, nnd suffered The Debating Society meets next be here a few days. Call on him for Common sense and common dollars untold agonies when the pains darted Friday night. s work. j A series of writing lessons have been are the ruling prices nt Fnir Bros, & up and down his legs. After using Drumniond's Lightning Remedy for taught at this place by M. B. Foster. Remember thnt other men may Co. Rheumatism for two weeks, he wrote Quite a number wereunder hischnrge come nnd go, butC. R. Martin is still Cascbier& Burton's stable should . that he coutd walk aud that the pain nnd we nre safe in saying that p more here in the jewelry business. be headquarters tot your horse next was gone, If you suffer ftom rheuma- stisfactory school has not been taught l style men nnd week. Remember the new tism and wish to be cured, ask your in his line of business. The premBoys Hats nt Kahn's closing out When you" come to court next week druggist for Drumniond's Lightning iutns were nwnrded to Misses , Mary sale, at half price, at Kahn's. leave your horse nt Cnsebler & Burr Remedy, aud if he has not got it, Miller nnd Emmn Patton. The Prol. write .to the Drummond Medicine leaves for Centertown where he will Forji shave, shingleor shampoo, ton's stable. . Maiden Lane, New York-- conduct another series of lessons. He SCo,, to H. C. Pace, one-o- f best bar- - ' go the Buy your School Furniture and apis a gentleman in every respect and Agents wanted. bers in Western Kentucky. paratus, required by the- - new school we wish him much success. The clos"" When you comoto Circuit Court law, of the United States School Lane's Medicine moves the Bowels ing exercises were "very interesting as Monday, stop at the-- Commercial Furniture Co SW. A Gibson Agt. everyday. In order to be healthy speeches were made by Prof. Charlie ' " ;Hartford, Ky. J tf Hotel. Thos. Bean, Proprietor. , this is necessary. Crowe, of Beda, nnd Prots. J. C. Hoov- I THE SHOES FIT YOUR FEET GO Fannie Casebicr, attended Church at 8 a m, No 69, Layton Maddox. West Providence last Sunday. 11, No 14, Miss Mamie Reid. Dr. A, F. Stanley, Cisney, was in 2:30 p 111, No. 15, Clinton Iglehart. town yesterday. He went from here Wednesday, Nov. 22. 8 a m, No to Memphis toattend Medical College. 88, Miss Delia Shultz. Miss Josie Duke, who has been vis11, No. 16, W A Cascbier. iting her parents the past few weeks, 2:30 p m, No 113, Miss Lee Chinn. returned to he home in Montana SunThursday, Nov. 23. 8 a m, No. day. 64, Miss Myrtle Rowe. Col. J. P. Barrett and wife, Mrs. 11, No. 82, II. D. Welborn. Bettic Rowe nnd Clarence Field visit2 p m( No 9, (col) P A Gary. ed the family of T. J. Barrett, of BarFriday, Nov. 24 3 a 111, No 65, J. M, Slogner. rett's Ferrv, Sunday. 11, No 75, Miss Sue Jenkins. Mrs. Isiac Foster, Centertown, 2:30 p m, No IS, W M Johnson. who has been visiting Wm. Foster's Saturday, Nov. 25. Teachers's Asfaintly the past few days, returned to sociation at Beaver Dam All teachers her home Tuesday. Mrs. Wnrriner and daughter, who f in the Hattford Magisterial District have have lieen visiting the family of required to attend. Monday, Nov. 27. 8 a m, No, 99. D. 1J. Thomas for the past month, Albert Maddox. i, lelt Tuesday for their home in 11, No. 70, Fred Strother. Conn. 2, No. 22. pm, IS. D. Maddox. Mrs Henry Austin and her brother, Tuesday, Nov. 28. 8 a m, No. 22, Andrew Payne, of Calhoon, pissed J. Ham Barnes. through town Sunday enroute for 11, No. 101, A. H. Ross. Barrett's Ferry, where they will spend 2:30 p in, No. 61. IS. K. Shultz. several days visiting the family of Wednesday Nov. 29, 8:30 p m, No, I John W. Payne. 85, R. C. Jarnagin. 1 a 111, No. 8, col. V. N. Kuyken- m:M2Fit:i.D. doll. Mrs. Mollie Day.who has been very 2:30, No. 79 John B. Taylor. low of typhoid fever for some time, is Thursday, Nov. 30, 8 a m, Nc. 5, slowly recovering. . col. Owen Spurrier is very low of con1 1 No. Alfonzo Rogers. Mer-idetI 1 25, 2:30, No." 51, W. G. Gardner. Friday, Dec. 1, 8 a in, No. 9, Miss this being a mutua1 matter, we ought to trade. s. Bessie Maddox. 11, No. no, Miss Laura Render. 2:30, No 3, col. Miss Margery Hin-to- n. FAIR BROS. & :e3i.e:ilij3,i?,03R.s PEP HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION. Saturday, Dec. 2,9:30am. Teachers Association at Rosiue. All teach ers in the Rosine Magisterial District are required to attend. The Trustees and patrons are re-csted to be present. It is especially necessary that the full Board of Trustees be on hand, as important business will be transacted with each District. Trustees will bring their Record Book and District Boundary. Resp'y, Jo. B. Rogcrs. llon'l Tnltc Our Word, But call your druggist to on side and ask him privately which of all the remedies advertised to cure rheumatism he would Tecouimend. If he is posted, and cousciencious, he will tell yon that Dr. Drumniond's Lightning Remedy is the only one that oilers a reward of $500 tor a case that can not be cured. One bottle will cure any ordinary case. With sensible people this is the strongest recommendation. Sold by druggists, or sent to any address by express. Drum0 Maiden niond's Medicine Co., Lane, New York. Agents wanted. 48-5- s m ItllnHl nooV-Kept- Iliillilintr .Miitorlixl. Any one needing building material of any kind, such as lumber, ceiling, flooring, windows, sash, doors, lime, cement, or builders hardware, would do well to call on or write to Cary & Marble, Owensboro, Ky. SEND twelve cents in postage stamps to 39 Corcoran Building, Washington, D. C, and you will receive four copiesof Kate Fied's Washington, containing matter of special interest. Give name and address, and where you saw this advertisement, iy Building Material. Any one needing t. building material of any kind, such as lumber, ceiling,floor-ing- , windows, sash, doors, lime, cement, or builders hardware would do well to call on or write to That the colored people were sadly disappointed last Sunday? I That Charlie Child will feed all ol Our friends ridt only in Ilartldrd tint elsewhere arc requested to make con- - ills taffy to the girls beforcChristtnas? tributions to this column. Give your That James Tally can beat all of name each time as a proof or good the boys dancing in this neighborfaith. We should like to have "Do hood? You Knows" from all the neighbor That she says ma nlwnys tells me ing towns. Send in by Wednesday. to say "No indeed?" That caps are all the go with the i.EiTcnriKi.n. dudes? ThatMis3 Mollie Miller, after n That correspondence to this column short stay in Leitchfield, returned to is solicited? her home in JcfTersonvillc last Monday? That plenty of sleep is conducive That Willie Waltrip is no better? to beauty? That John T. Nickle is somewhat That C. L. Field pulls n Reddish better? now nnd then? ThatS.- - T. Harvey doesn't like That Marvin Bean despises hard- bread and butter? ware drummers? That a young man took dinner That R. E. L. Sim merman was a with his girl a few days since and gentleman of leisure? was so bashful he tried to cut a bean That it is painful to see Jim Will- into? iams try to look pretty? That John Lewis goes to Miller-tow- n That Fred Baruch is not as fat as a quite often? butter ball but he is fat? That there is a young lady in town That Jini Cascbier says he knows who is 7 feet tall? he stamped his ballot this time? That there are two girls in town That Gip Westerfield longs for a called sunup and sundown? certain school iu Muhlenberg to close. That Tim Hagan says he is going Thnt Casebicr & Burton's livery to be an old bachelor? stable is headquarters for Ab Yeiser? That Charley Harvey says he That John Vaught says he is get- would like to know who writes from ting hungry to see his name in this here? column? That Dave Waltrip is a bird with That a few fools can do more dam- his moustache off? age in a minute than many a wise That L. Vannort would like for man can repair in years? some girl to get struck on him? That Dr. Alexander's moustache That the Grayson Republicans were is making a hard effort to maintain not in it on the last election, but wc an existence in this world? will be in the pie next November? That every man who does not be1IUIITUN. lieve there is a 'hell has material Tha Claude Lyon has been trying enough in his heart to start one? the edge of his razor, but the result is That the man who conducts nn in- a very sore thumb? telligent office is not nlways one of Why W. P. Leach don't tnkc TltR the smartest men in the city? Republican? That Thr Republican and the That Mary Wedding don't like Cosmopolitan one year for $2.00 would be a nice present to a friend? That Randolph Wedding is not as That Smoot photograpEs White bad struck on himself ns he was and then White pulls teeth forSmoot? since the fall he got the other day (They do this regularly for amuse- in love, of Cor(a)se? ment.) That Ben Plummer's girl says! That D. F. Roll says he will give "Don't you believe Tim Austin cut a dollar to know the name of a him out?" girl who comes to town Thai Will Leach says: "Our school some times? teacher is all right?" l'l.KANANT RIOUE. Why "Sop" has gone back on reThat the young men of Pleasant ligion? Ridge aie learning to wash dishes? That Geo. Thompson is one of our That Prof. Maple is very much "jolly jokers?" struck on music and gave a hint for That the Rosine correspondent of the Eureka Society to be invited to this column has been "borrowing" some place where they have a piano some of our items? or organ? That Charlie Childs likes "babies?" That Dr. R. is an accomplished That Mollie Tatuiu don't like guitar performer? tramps? That the dude of the town was the Why all the Horton girls like to go cause of his girl being late last Frito the "Company Store?" Because day night? Mr, Thompson keeps a musuem the KVM'HUIl Nl'MINUN. regular genuine Lyons. That with each issue this paper beThat Kate Thompson is going to comes more popular? name her Lyon(3) "Claude" When That some people don't know a she catches him? good thing when they see it? That Morton and Claude TatUttl That Alex Hines says "By Gar, he have the fevers? is going to marry?" Why the people grap for The Re That Claude Renfrow says he talks publican so every Friday? to the girls sometimes? That Ben Plummer says he is goThat Cullie Acton wants to know ing to hauling logs? writes from Sulphur Springs? That Belle Daniel's fellow has gone That Bill Renfrow is in love and back on her? don't care who knows it? . That Len Sanderfur wants to know That the Sulphur Springs School gave an entertainment Thursday who said he parted his haic in the middle? night, Nov. 9. That the long expected Wedding is That, according to Webster, mousa thing of the past? tache is spelled without an "o?" That Adolphus Johnston loyes Aull That Dick Austin's feet drag when girls? he is riding horseback? That you can't tell when a girl Why don't our Cromwell corre thinks herself pretty by the flash of spondent wake up? her eye and the pucker of her mouth? That the Horton girls are as brave That Jim Renfrow thinks a certain ns Daniel, of old, can face the Lyons girl is struck on him? every day, and would like to see him That Renfrew's clerk uses curling face them on Sundays? irons on his moustache? That the "Horton Gazette" is de That Redford Bean would like to funct, and its editors are trying a be a preacher's more active avocation regulating That the Palo Band makes fine the Lyons? music? Why the Republicans failed to go That Byron Bean has ordered a lot to the election, and the Democrats alof small photos? ways go? ' That Jack Weller is a ladies man? That the Republicans would do That Jim Martin wonders why the well to take the example set by their girls don't get struck on him? brother Democrats always go to the That Romney Renfrow is looking election and vote the straight ticket? DO YOU KNOW . I -- 1 i l love-pimple- i rosy-cheek- ed X iff! . son-in-la- Jtl 4 old? says his small photos will be handy to hand around? Bean NLAH IIOItTO.V That Byron ss That the Leitchfield correspondent should keep up a regular communication with The Republican if they want to be in the right? - i' fs ' v That everybody reads this column? What has become of our Caneyville That Estelt Edward thinks he is corrospondent? Has he gone nfter the best looking boy in this neigh- another ice wagon, or has he melted borhood? as the former one did? That Milton Black's hair is turning red? fr Oaky fr O wensboro, Ky. Afraid to Wak Up. Marble, llow'a ThUT c 3fe - That James Tal ly is growing longer? That Andrew Maple was scared nearly to death at the debate the to-da- Wear-foreve- Little Johnny wasn't lazy, but he did bato to got up in tho morning. Ono day Johnny cnino down very late, and UU mother said to him: "Johnny, why did you not rlso earlier this inorningr Johnny looked rather sheepish, but he wuj equal to the occasion. "Mother," said tho rogue, to-da- first-clas- that I found $300, nnd mo and Charley Smith wero having Buch fnn spending it tha,t I was afraid to wnko up until I had got rid of all tho money." American Traveler. "I dreamed I - hard work to write a modern o:iety "novel. . She What can there be so hard about it? Ho To restrain tho impulse to kill off all tho leading characters. New York Herald. Work Uotli Way. Goodiran Do you over think of the good old eiiing that it's inoru blessed to givo than to receive? Pugsloy Yes: when I've got the boxing glovos on I 1 no A Might ImpulM. I should think it would bo very 48-5- 0 3v ' j w.- ' other night? That Henderson McDowell wants to go to Rochester soon?. That Addis Martin likes n milliuer? That Tom Black went hunting al last week? That Ora Wright loves the name of Will? That Lizzie Hunt wants to chnnge her name? Why Alice Bowman loves the Psalms ol David so well? That Tonie McDowell says he likes Wright Brown the best of any color? That Olney Felix wants some paint to put on his face to make htm look At Homo. rosy? Having had an excellentseason"on That some ot the old maids in Hor-to- n the road" with my splendid photoare thinking of getting married graphing outfit I nave now established my gallery permanently at my ' soon? new house in Beaver Dam, Ky., where That Henri Hammons wants to go I am fully equipped for doing all Cabito school at Hartford again next kinds of photographic work. Instantanenet photo's a specialty. spring? ous photographs of children. Call That Annie Black says she likes nnd see my work. .Ven- - truly. A. D. Taylor. for the King to rule? -- We offer one hundred dollars reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F.J. CHEENEY & CO., Props. ' Toledo, Ohio. We the undersigned have known F. J. Cheeney for fifteen years, and be lieve hfm to be perfectly reliable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their firm. WEST & TRAUX, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. WALDING.KINNAN & MARVIN, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, nctingdirectly upon thebloodand mucous surfaces of the system. Price, 75c per bottle. Sold byall Druggists. Testimonials free. il V- .; - II m H.SJ -- fl A rj ? V v 3 - t !) r j w i $1 - T Jl jmtAiWJ&&& brSkfc&lh tjgT,w;'9"v jTcr-' 1 ', tnaaL.c r.j' : ,. -i' Tc ', , - .... Ji i?A'&fiX& ?J3'J(JV'' &fo&4ZM&foa. .4V jt&.i Vir .., V '' L.VlgLT ?S?!5n5?wv KSV P'F'rTwF nre none so blind as these who mfmprw- - VW$pH vmmmiminm &!$'$Ft vrwim ; -- - T i e- - 3 V Hartiord Republican I'iudav. NovKMium 17, won't AN AWFUL IMPOSSIBILITY. ow ecution 1 : 1893. A BURIED TREASURE. ItsIIlding Piaco Kcowu to OnlyOno Man. llimU of i:nliiliil A ill I'd In llii ViiIiip orXriirt.1 Inn .Ittlltnii lloN Inrn Nnlil.y lt ocd In llin It Hilly ofllip 'Jmtii il I'lntn. COMIKN PAYS SotncwUcr: no ir the town nf Li Plata, in the Argentine Republic, thctc lies tiu ritil Bank of England notes to the v.ilueof $1,750,0 .o.but no j)erson has yet been fortunate cnoiigh Here is how they came to find them to be hidden: When the revolution broke out in Chili, 1're.sldent II ilinacid.i thought it would be ft good thing to have a beta ter navy. 0 he coiintiKsiioned Iriend, Col Pinto, to go to England and purclnsc, if possible, two f.it cruisers, man them with picked crews mill then ben I them to Valparaiso He was given bills oi exchange to the amount of $1,7,11,0000:1 .evertl London banks to pay for the vessels. Pinto took parage at Valparaiso in a steamer for Liverpool, via Mngel-len'- s straight and up the Atlantic. The steamer had also to call at Montevideo, Buncos Ayres and Rio de Jaa neiro, and the voyage was then-forlong one. . After I'into sailed, Daltuaceda began to see that things were going against him, and that he might have to leave the country. He realized that when that time came it would be So pleasant to have lots of money. when Pinto reached England he found a dispatch awaiting him, in which he was told not to buy the warships, but to convert the bills of exchange into money and hurry back with it to Valparaiso. He at once got Bank of England notes for his bills, put them in a steel box in his trunk, and started for home. When the steamer reached Monte video he was told of Balmaccda's downfall, and concluded that, as Jie was a personal Iriend ol the deposed dictator, it would be safer for him to stay in Argentine Republic, forawhile, at least. Accordingly hejtook up his residence in La Plata, and while living there he formed the acquaintance of a gentleman named Patry. When peace was restored in Chili Pinto decided to revisit that country. But he was puzzled to know just what to do with Baltnaceda's money. If he took it with him to Valparaiso somebody might steel it; if lie deposited it in a La Plata Bank, the Chilians, who were in power) might hear of it, and lay claim and get the money. So one night he took the box, with its precious contents, to the outskirts of the city and buried it. Then he started for Chili but had 110 sooner landed at Valparaiso than he was arrested and thrown into prison, receiving the assurance that he would not be released until he had given up the money to the government. Some of his friends, however, told him that so soon as he surrcndereJ the money he would be shot. He therefore, began to study how he could get out of jail, and determined that he would use some of the money as a golden key with which to unlock the dungeon door. Pinto is a native of Bocnos Ayres, and he wrote to his friend, Mr. Parry, at La Plata, offering him of the buried treasure if he could succeed in inducing the Argentine Republic to take up his Case, and demand the release of one of its citizens. The latter also stated that so soon as Mr. Parry accepted the proposition the location ot the buried treasure would be made known to him. Mr. Parry accidently lost the letter, somebody found it, and pretty soon it was widely known that there was a treasure buried somewhere. Mr. Parry could do nothing, for a revolution broke out in Argentine, and the government had its hands full. So Col. Pinto is still in jail at Valparaiso, and, although every man in La Plata who has a spade has been digging for the treasure, its hiding place has not yet been disco'ered. e one-fourt- h see and if 11 woman has her wits about heron the street she can generally avoid seeing these whom she doesn't wish to sec. A womau'B life is largely made up of the sum ot little things, and she feels n slight of this kind kicnly.par-ticularl- y if with Iricnds who may note this lack of courtesy on the part Perof the man to whom she bows, man raises his hat to no wohaps the man, and yet, she, knowing nothing of this, can only look upon it as .1 personal indignity and feels grieved over it, and wonders what she has dmc to incur this slight. Agiin, there ate men who will cringe and scrape and bjw with the utmost obseiuicoustiess:o the woman in their own sphere, ot above them in so.'ial positions, wl.o arc boorish enough to only half nod without even touching the hat to the woman who has not this social prestige. Such n and by so man is thoroughly iloin,j he lowers himself fifty pel cent, in the estimation of all sen ib.c people. Politeness costs iiolliiu', and it i often the "open tannic" to in my 01 the good things ot lite. A worn m ol refinement will beas racioiw t. liei washerwoman as to her social c pi il A manly man will be deferent to nil women. It is related of Washington that while out walking with a friend a colored man, recognizing the PresiThe dent, raised his hat and bowed. President returned the salutioii by raising his hat. And his friend s.iid "why did you raise your hat to that colored man?" "Because I could not afford to permit him to excel me in polittness," was the reply. No woman of good judgment will demand of the aged or infirm man that he lift his hat to her. There is a deference, yes, almost a reverence which we owe thoie who must, of necessity, leave us very soon, and we should give them good cheer and a bright, hearty welcome at all times, or undoubtedly into their lives much rain has fallen. d Tho soaking rnln Is taurine down-HIt MouM llll your cup With blltcrncM If wuno dny It BliouUl Hurt to iwtirlng U1 around the co:u. .i.ti. .vii . - inn , '., v. ho .1 it oir i.ul not !ji vVJffU!?-- . Umbrellas then would bo no two, Ami men In rubber boots Would baro to ro, wlillo nil tho girls Would put on bathing suits. You il rarh bUilo of crass. To leep ) our cellar arm and dry You'd need a floor pf glass. If jou.wcro camping In a lent, You'd luuo 10 sleep on top. And all ulclit jou'd bo praying that llio cursed rain might stop. In Net, treat Inconveniences Too numerous to stato WmiM follow If ihu falling rnln Iknlclo !iao n fountain op your lawn bliould reura to iirm Itato. And that Instead nf pouring tip TI10 ruin will still pour down.' Somcrvlllo Journal. Bo let us hope there'll ba no chango. At least In our town. THE CABECILLA. Tho ood father was finishing his innsa when they brought him tho prisoners. It was a wild spot ntnong tho Arichulc-gi- il mountains. A fallen rock in which a fig tico had plunged its twisted trunk fcrmi'il 11 sort of nltnr, covered in guise of 11 cloth with n silver fringed Curllst standard. Two cracked water coolers tool: tho plnco of vases, and when tho cacihtr.u Miguel, who was assisting the priest at tho mnss, nroso in order to change tho position of tho holy books, tho cartridges woro heard jingling in his cartridgo box. All around tho soldiers of Carlos wero silently ranged, their gnus slung across their backs and 0110 knee on tho ground npou the whlto wince. . This sublime connigo touchod tho chief with pity. IIu demanded: "Have you nothing to ask of mo fust; Don't yon Don't you want howthi.i:; to drink?" "No," answered tho youth: "but I am a good Ciuiiulic, ni.d 1 ih n'tumit to 1.0 beforo Qod ii.m,i.t confix ion." ThoC'.bicllU illl woro lib surplico ami his I'toje. "Kneel," raid l.o.teating himself upon a rock, and tho soldiers huvlug a ilcrt tVetancc, tho condemned began in n low voice: "Bless inc. my father, because I havo sinned!" But In tho. midst of tho confession n terrible fusillade buret forth at tho entrance of tho dcf'.lo. "To arms!" cried llio rontineK Tho Cabecilla gave a bound, issued his orders, dist'.'.lmted the posts and scattered his soldiers. He himself had seized a carbii.e without I xUwj tho "lime to'rcmovi) his surplice, when, h ? pening to ttun urouud, ho ircched tho youth ctlll on his knew. "What nre you doing thue?" ho OUR TESTIMONIAL! M iLL'S "J I Eai a,M, fjLuujuLaa& nCmCmUCli and invito thn mod Icaroiul lnvcDtlKatlon in toour rcaponalbll-Itand tho mcrlU of our Tablets. 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A FEW Testimonials from porsons who havo boon curod by tho use of Y DO NOT miij in uiu mil-n- MuitufHcturctl only by J.J.CI Hn DECEIVED Into pnrchaitlng ni inis misiruiiin Hint nrn Irrinir iui n if, ark iur '! nr Hills Tablets. jl t nun uiKuiiuouier. TII3C- OHIO CHEMICAL CO,, thundered. "1 am awaiting absolution," was tho 61,63 4 63 Optra Block. LIMA, OHIO. rARTICULAIta reply. "That'a trno,"s.tid tho priost. "I lud forgotten you." Gravely he raised hit li'ind nndhlcrrri that bowed young head. Then, before gn ing away, after glancing around him for tho platoon of e.e.utiu.i, di.eued i.i tho disorder of tin al'.'.tk, ho drew od a step, took aim at Ids prnitciit cud "hot him. Alphouso Diuidet. I FREE. The Onto Chemical Co.: UEAIt Sill! I Iihto been mlnff Tour vuid iur luunn-- mull, nuu luunu 11 wouiu do wbat you claim for It. I uneil ten cenui worth of tnaatromrentchewlnir tobneeoitdar. and from ono to fivu rlirnnt or I ould imokfl from ton to lurtv nine of tobacco. Havo chawed and amokiHl for twenty-nvyear", nnd two packagol Of j v Aiiuivra wua V4 iiiu rr a uniii ill nvnu c iui aw ll.M. JAVLOItl), Leslie, Mich. uuiiub rEniiT.n.I i, TUB OniO CnEUlnit. Oo. mnn limn mm aunt ior tl.uj worth of your Tablets forTobacco Habit. I received ITU, .... them nil rltfht mill, nltfiillli - h I .. lwithn lien vvamnlcnrnnrl ithnwnr ' hi., uiu nuiiw ,.. ,Ivan ..?! !... ,ui.--j uiu in iiinu iiirit, iinyn. I mil curvu. Truly your, MATIII V JOIINSON.l'.O.Boxtt. .,..... nmrivviTt. Ontn. TnEOittoCncMiCALCo: Gkntlkmkn: Tour Tablet havo perform edamlraolo in my cote. hnvn utiil morphine, hypodermlcnlly, for Bovcn yuan, and havo been cured bytl use of two puckagea of Jour Tublcta, aud without any effort on my part. W. L. U)T KOAY. .Adtlri-RiicsfUN-i- ri , riTTSDUROII, TA. TnEOnioCnEMicALCo.: CKKTLr.MENt- -It Riven mo plcaauro to apeak a Wont Of nnilHti for vourTahletN. My on wamtroiiBly a u dieted tothouioof Ilquor.and through a friend, I wauled to try yourTub r llo wnanlimvv and ronatant drinker, but titter uMiik your Tablet but threodayahoaultdrlnklnr. nnd will not touch Manor of an v kind' I havo waited four mouth beforo writing you, In order to kuoir tho euro wus pcriuancut 1UU1I IIUIV. Mild. HELEN MOTtniSON. ! Illil Yritr Old. JoseCortez, who recently died at Morelia, Mexico, was 193 years old and this remarkable fact is proved by The Boston the parish records. Herald says of him: "The reminiscences of such a man, if he had passed his life in the active world, would be invaluable. His birth would antedate very considerably that of Washington. First seeing the light in the year i7oo,could he have lived for sev- en years more he would have formed a link connecting the seventeenth In these with the twentieth century 200 years greater changes have come over the world than during the preHad a man lived that vious 2,000. length of time in one of the great European capitals, or one of the lead- ing towns of the Atlantic seaboards ot this country, and remained in the full possession of his faculties, what astonishing series of changes he would have been able to depict! But passing his life in a remote Mexican village, the conditions at the end of his days would be but little different from those obtained at the beginning." ' ! J Mil nt 11 1'rri.ill'iit t'oitH. There is a general idea that the President's salary of $50,000 a year is all that he receives. When compared with the sovereigns of Europe, this sum is not enough. This is a raistike. In addition to his salary, the Presidents receives $39,064 to pay the salaries of his clerks and subordinates. His private secretary has $3,250; his assistant secretary $2,550; his stenographer gets $1,800; each of five messengers, $2,200; the Stewart, $1 Soo; each of two door keepers, $1,200; while others are paid in proportion down to the man who takes care of the files, who receives $S64. In addition, $S,ooo are allowed for incidentals, such as stationary and carpets, $12,000 for repairs and refurnishings; $2,500 for luel; $4,000 for the greenhouse and $15,000 for the stable, gas In nil, the and other incidentals. President and his house costs the country over $125,000 per year. m One word describes it "perfection." We refer to De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, which cures obstinate sores, burns, skin diseases and is a well known cure for piles. L. B. Bhan. . Jtcport Of the Rockport Colored School, District No 9, P. A. Gary, teacher: Pearlie Miller oS, Callie Baker 9S, Andie Shultz 96, Hubert Porter 95, Eddie Edmonson 93, Carry Porter 96, Stephen Tuncil 93, Willie Tuucil 92, Chid Miller 91, Carry Reed 91, John W. Short 91, Albert Short 91, Charlie Baker 90, Rodman Short 90, Arthur Short 90, Minnie EJmonsou 89, Maggie Young 83, Beunie Porter S9, Arthur Reed 89, Bessie Baker 89. Lue Baker 89, James S'uiltz 88, America Edmonson 87, Gertrude Rankius 87, Kelley Render 87, Clarence Reed 85, Jane Miller 85, Arthur Baker 81, Sue Rankius 84, Fannie Rankins 83, Sv :ah Jane Render 82, Anderson Baker 82, Alvin Baker 81, lane Porter 8o, Alon.o Edmonson 80, Annie Baker 80, Elijah Render 79, Gabriel Render 74, Jessie Reed 73, Pink Short 70, George Short 70. John Render 50. A Ki'iimiiilcil ('out-li'ty- . MAIIION I.INW01D IN WOMANKIND. I.oi.k Here, NorlMiMii, For the information of sportsmen and others we herewith gix-- a provision of a new law passed by the last Legislature and which is now in fi .c. In the chapter on crhnes and punishments under the head of offenses against property the following section is found, which is independent ot the general special law as to game: "Sec. 131. Any peison who shall enter upon the inclosed lands ol another for the purpose of shooting, hunting or fishing, without the consent of the owner or occupant of said land shall be fined not less than five dollars." nor more than twenty-fiv- e It will be seen from the above that the penalty applies to offenders even when the land has not been posted. So that if you go upon the inclosed lands of another to shoot, hunt or fish, without the owners consent, you lay yourself liable to a line of from $5 to $25. Ignorance of the merits of De Witt's beret. is a misfortune. The bright sun was concentrating its Little Early Risers pills regulate the liver, diizzling heat in this burning and sonor- These little ous rocky hollow, where tho flight of a cure headache, dyspepsia, bad breath, blackbird alone, from timo to time, dis- constipation and billiousncss. L. B. Bkan. turbed tho psalmody of tho priest and tho servant. Higher upon tho jugged Deep llreiillilii. peak sentinels wero stnudiug, forming Proper development and expinsion motionless silhouettes against tho sky. Whut a singular sight it was this of the lungs by means of priestly couiiuituder ofllclnting in the breathing must be rearued as of midst of his sol (11 era I And how plainly the greatest value in the pieveution tho doublo exist euco of tho Cabecilhi and in the treatment of the inactive showed itself upon his conutenanco tho ecbtatic air, tho hard features, stages of pulmonary consumption, further accentuated by tho bronzed com- says Dr. Thomas J. Mays in the Cenplexion of tho soldier in tho field, and for August. Much has been said ascetibin without pallor, in which was tury lacking tho shadow of tho cloister; small and written on the subjoclofattilici.il-l- y inflating the chest nud of bringing black, very brilliant eyes, tho forehead traversed by enormous veins which into activity that upper part cf the seemed to bind tho thought as with which naturally tern's to beropes, to fix it in an inextricable obstln-- , lungs come idle. As a Title it mav be said, acy. Every timo ho turned toward tho spec- however, that the more simple the tators with open arms to read the method the more effective and practiDomiuus Vobiscmn, ono saw tho unihi:h flj.v form beneath tho stole, and tho butt of cal will be the results n pistol, tho haft of a Cataloulan knifo up- from it. lifting tho rumpled surplice. "Wh it ie Among the many exercises which ho going to do with us?" tho prisoners are recommended for this purpose, asked themselves in terror, and while awaiting the end of the mass they re- the following movements arc vtry called all tho acts of ferocity which had valuable. The arms, being used as been related of tho Cabecilla and which levers, are swung backward as i.ir r.s had won him a special renown in the possible on a level with the sho.tld.T3 royalist army. By n miracle that morning tho father during each inspiration, and brought was in a clement mood. Tho mass in the together iu front on the sun: level opeu air, his success of tho previous day, during eacli expiration. Or the Iia.iJs and also tho cheerfulness of Easter, yet are brought together above the head felt by this strange priest, cast upon his t face a ray of joy and kindness. As soon while inspiriiig.andgra.lui'.Iyb.-j'.ighdown alongside the bo ly while expiras the servico was over, while tho sacristan cleared oft tho altar, fastening ing. A deep breath must be taken up tho sacred vases in a huge box, which with eacli inspiration, nud held un'il was boruo on tho back of a mulo in the rear of tho expedition, tho cure ad- the arms are gradually moYe or downward, or lorgcr, in orvanced toward tho prisoners. They were a dozm of republican carbineers, ex- der to make both methods fully operhausted by a day of battle mid a night ative. Another very serviceable chest of anguish in tho straw of the sheepfold, where they hail been penned up after the exercise is to take a deep inspiration, action. Yellow with fear, wau with and, during expiration, iu a lou 1 hunger, thirst and fatigue, they clus- voice count or sing as long as possitered together like a flock of sheep in the ble A male person with a giol courtyard of nn abattoir. Their uniforms full of hay, their lelts chest capacity can count up to sixty in disorder, pushed up in tho flight and or eighty, while in a fennle, even in sleep, the dust which wholly covered with good lungs, this power is somethem from tho tufts of their caps to tho what reduced. Practice of this sort points of their yellow shoes, all contributed well to give them that sinister will slowly develop the lungs, and look of tho vanquished in which moral the increased ability to count longer discouragement is betrayed by physical is a measure of the improvement godejection. ing on within the chest Or, agiin, Tho Cabecilhi glanced at them for an instant with a little laugh of triumph. the taking ol six or eight full an He was not sorry to seo tho soldiers of deep breaths in succession every hour tho republic humble, wan and ragged during the day, eitherwhile sitting at amid well fed, well equipped Cnrllsts, work, or while walking out in the Navarre and Basquo mountaineers as open air, will have a very beneficial brown and hard as carob btans. "Viva Dios! my children!" said ho to effect. Consumption is not a them with a good uatured air. "Tho re- which originates in a day, but it is public nourishes hor defenders very ill. the outgrowth of morbid habits and Why, you are all as thin as tho wolves of tho Pyrenees, when tho mountains are agencies which may even antedite covered with snow and they como into the birth of the individual. Defective tho plain to snilf the odor of the table breathing is one of these habits, and by tho lights which shine under tho doors its pernicious prevalence is more of tho houses. Ono is treated otherwise widespreadthan is generally supposed. in tho servico of the good cause. Would you like to inuko a trial of it, hermanos; Cast off tho.io infamous caps and put on the white beret. As truly as this is the holy day of Easter, to thoso who will CENTRAL CITY, KY. shout, "Long livo the king!' I will give . R. PAXON, PROPRITOR. their lives and tho same campaign food I givo m other soldiers!" Has just been rernired nnd now ly Btforo the good father had finished ul) furnished. Located close to Depot tho caps wero in the air, and shouts of Good meals or s Givt lunch "Long live King Carlos!" "Long live it a trial. tho Cubicillnl" resounded on tho mountain. Poor devils! They had been in such great fear of death, nud so temptSclentlfio American ing wero nil thoso good victuals which fa Agency for they tmelled closo to them, about to be broik-- in the shelter of rocks beforo the Li vouuu tires, pink uud fuint in tho bright mulight, I believe that uover was the pi (.'tender acclaimed with such good will. "Givu thtm bomethingtoentat once,1 OAVEATS. mid the cure, laughing. "When wolves TRADE MARKS. DESIQN PATENTS. J elp with that htrength, it's becausu they 1 for-war- d, 1 di.-ea- e THE 1 ' rlF3 ITS-tri- (In vrltln ilaM renUon ihla miner y B U 1 1 w mQ CKERSECAL oi, all Oiilorn to 03 and od opera Ulcck. lima, OHIO. 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Address all orders to HARTFOUi) UEPUiiLlCAN, Hartford, Kentucky. Geo.' V. Tickets, tion pured Time-Tabl- e AkoiiI at Ilcinir Hum, or Sei'l K nnd y cured Ly and all dealreil informaapplying to J. Il.Tli'lionor Write your namo nud address on a postal card, send it to Rest, Room 2, Tribuuo Buildiug, Now NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE will be mailed to you. h j mr Wiml M 01 wi P..r(..Le.urill(iXT K- -, Ymk City, nnd a sample copy of thu But one The carbiuters went off. niuiig them, tho youngest, remained landing in fiout of tho chief in a proud ind icbolvcd attitude, which contrasted with his juvenile features and tho fine i'owii, scarcely colored, enveloping his heeks with a bljnd powder. His capoto, t.'l.ich was too largo for him, was wrin- iu nnruirn ii:...u.. incn kied at the back and on the arms, was turned up at tho sleeves over two slight wrists, and by its fullness made him look still younger and moro Blender. There wns excitement in his long, brilliant eycsAiab eyes, intensified by Spanish flame. And this fixed flaino annoyed tho Cabecilla. "What do you want?" he nsked of him. "Nothing. I am waiting for you to decide on my fate." "Your fato will bo that of tho others. I named no 0110. Tho pardon was for 1 iaveeharptcethl" For Information and freo Handbook urllo to JtUNN tL CO.. :M IIiidauway, New Voinr. Oldest bureau for securlnit patent In America. Krcrr patent taken out bj ui la brnuglit before the pubJlo bj anotlco given free of cbarga Iu lh COPVRIOHT8. etoJ mum :pf UfSakdii -i Opium HobltU at homo with luEd lIcukrirentrtir.E. mrw Atlanta, On. 0colitiWhllchall&t. U $titvffib Qmtitm Larccit circulation of oor sclentlfio paper In tho world. Spleudldlr lllustrateil. No Intelligent man thould Iw without It. Weeilr. Pa.Od a ILWelx month. Addrem lllINN t. CO, unUBUKii8, U01 JJrooilwar, Men YrrkCltr. ire hm! I J"1 evi.f llio system nU I, .,. mi'liiir iinalaili. I1'0mi'i, Inn Illtlri-'Hin(.Uwllou, Uc rn f mn ?u...f l.''o.)IIS om ( 'rnnrSoi hf '.ireho,. t! rcniovc ex. tlmiri'iminA Ccme to Hartford TO SEE THE 4 j sourra Silver-plateOl-i- i.- - d otsible a Top Dusuy with Dash Rail, Scat Rail, Handles, aV l I I ltl lm,d !. jmiua uuu atuw Tlnnilar nn1 uutm Aiusjiut iiuuic Jli'.ut9 .' -- '.X' P3 n "I'-- tr H w B o N. 'u Has a woman any right to demand of her masculine friends that they lift their hats in greeting? Here is a point where there will hardly be one dissenting vote, and yet there are men, who, either through lainess, indifference, or a lack of that true deference for womankind, utterly ignore this courtesy. A lazy half nod is nil some men will give to the women who bow to them, and my advice to these women would be that thev cut the acmaititance of such There men as tjuickly as possible. nil." "Tho others aro traitors and cowardsl I alono did not shout anything!'' Tho Cabecilla gavo a start and looked him full in tho face. "What's your name?" All the talk in the world will not "Tonlo Vidal." you so quickly as one trial convince "Whenco coino you?" of De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve for "From Puycerda." "What age?" scalds, burns', bruises, skin affection "Seventeen." L. B. BiJAN. and piles. "Tho republic, then, has no moro men, slnco bIio is reduced to enrolling chilOnly a Hoy dren?" The above charming booklet sent "I was not enrolled, padro. I am n 10 I2t volunteer." by mail for One Dollar. "You know, fellow, that I havo moro fr G. WniGiiT, Richardsville, Ky. than ono means of making you shout 'Long llvo tho kiugl' " If you can afford to be annoyed by Tho youth assumed a superb look. sick headache and constipation, don't "I defy you to do sol" retorted he. "So you would rather die?" use De Witt's Little Early Risers for "A huudieil times!" t'ie' W'M cure tliem. L. B. Bran. "Very well, you thnll "io!" Then thu cure iu:'.dei'""n. and I ho ex " 3 k yf w SPRING OPENING r 0 OF Y ba i 5 - i5 fe Irj jo o V N ,- 80 pac Catalogue AU goPg of all l.lnds of Vehicles. Field's car of Buggies just from the Davis Carriage Company. C. L. - ''tits for our New rnr. oo. southern buggyOHIO. irctj Ho will Bavo you MONEY by Buying from HIM. Harness, Lap Dustor and Whip from The Davis Carriage Company baa Will $G0. If l. - sell you a Buggy, 00 : i up to $75.00. in Cincinnati. 'the reputa- - tion of building tho best Buggy for the money of any .Factory ' THE REPUBLICAN V. So come and .t!f judge 'for yourself, I , 1 Lmh im w. MW.I f4 . "C;i rv . - S.i..CJ! j&g'Kik - .- - Jtfr'HUJUlJti JHtf", r . T I 1k 'j JL..V .?.. Ei-- a ; .. Ai'-ius.Kir-jr- L 7' 53 J VZ-- -