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JO, B, ROGERS, The Haeteord Bepublicae OFFICIAL OP.DAK OF THE 'PARTY IK IRE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, The Rei'UBLICAN and Courier-Journboth one year for onal - n ly $1.75. TERHS-1- 1,25 ii F , Publisher. Fir Annam, In Admit, VI . VOL. VI. c& I '"5 HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1893. en" cur lug. gradually outwarH. Tlio thin ends of tho rails would bo pierced for boltB of tho samo sizo as thowj used to fasten (by means of a fishplate) the ordinary mils together. Wo should then, on tno iiignt preceding mo passing oi mo train, loosen tho bolts of tho particular rails wo pitched ujion, trusting thoy would bo overlooked by tho patrolling On tlio following night wo should con- -i eal oursel 'es in tlio recess of tho bridge, i.nd as soon ns tho pilot engine (which n ways pn cedes tho royal train by 15 ,'aluutes) had passed wo should tako i ut tho bolts, leleaso tho fishplates on tho outer side of ono rail and on tho Inner of tho other, replacing them by our Bjieclally prepared rails. Tho wheels of tho cngino of tho coming train would tako thoao short rails liko points, and as tho ends curved off toward tho parapet of tho bridgo tho whole train would leuvo tho rails and bo precipitated from tho frightful height into tlio stream beneath. There would bo no esciiiw for a singlo soul in that train. And so, calmly and In cold blood, wo nrrangod tho wholesale destruction of tho south bound train which would contain tho head and many important members of tho royal family. We know that every precaution was taken by tho railway company and their o irvauts to observe a clear and safo pas-ssg- NO. 2 PROFESSIONAL CARD. tiii: i.atni: or time. i rtY MJCIM.I5 lA'NM. that time is without significance. But Lanham spent Thursday with Miss let ourattention beintenselyattracted, Dcliah Lanham, Fordsville. Mr. Chisni, representing the firm as by the death of a dear friend, then the functions of the mind nrc actively performed. In this case, although consciousness is just the same as in the other, we speak of it ns being very clear and distinct, when in reality the clearness and distinctness belong to the activities of the mind. Consciousness then has no more changed than the mirror that reflects the image of a lump of coal held up before it at one instant and the next instant a bright light. The consciousness of the insane is just the same as that of the sane, but the things that come into consciousness may be interpreted differently and are always interpreted incorrectly by the insane In one sense consciousness is identical wilhattcntion. The very nature of mind presupposes some relation between the universal content and the individual. Attention in a general sense, is precisely this connection, which exists in every act of knowledge between that which knows and that which is known. It is then the active connection ol the individual and the universal. As there is no consciousness without this relation, consciousness and attention, as so de fined are the same. Yet this view of it is apt to be misleading. Attention is really the 'active direction of the mind towards some particular end. The connection resulting from this activity can be called forth only from within. Consequently attention docs not apply to every activity of the mind but only to those concerned in the attainment oTthe desired end. Consciousness js elementary, and, therefore in reality indivisible.yet each object of consciousness is at least three fold in its nature, containing object, subject, or the object in relation to the subject. If I know, I must know, something. If feel, I must experience either pleasure or pain If, I will, Imust resolve to do or not to do something. It we know that we know, we must know that we know sometheng. The attention may be directed to, one of these factors far more than to the other. This factor if not clearly analyzed, is misleading in that when our attention is directed mainly to the object we are apt to think of consciousness as existing without any element of self or if directed mainly to the subject as involving only the self. This is not possible. The mind in taking notice of any activity must take notice of its self as well as the phenomena upon which it acts. When ve say that we not only know.orfeel, or will, but we know that we know of feel or will; we are in truth merely making the fact of knowng or feeling or willing the object of our attention. When on the other hand, if we undertake to make a recitation .or deliver a finale and allow thoughts of how are we to say what we want to say, or of the gestures we are to use, topredom-inat- e and make us afraid to be natural, are making self or thesubject the object of our attention. We ate consciousof every thing that comes into the niindorbetter of every, thing that is constructed in the mind, but of nothing else. Many experiences might be related seemingly contradic-torytothstatements aclock striking in a room where we are without our it, but in almost every hearing instance a want of knowledge of the thing is due to the want of attention at the time. We doubtless heard the clock strike but forgot it immediately. But sometimes, in almost, if not similar cases the excitation is not sufficient to move the mind to action, consequently there is no consciousness. This Is doubtless the case when we are reading and thoughts of other things keep persisting incoming up, so that at the end of a paragraph we dicover that we do not know a thing we have been reading. I reach out my hand and take up a book, I am conscious of the movement of my arm, of contact, and of the sensation ol resistance or weight of the book, but I am not conscious of the book. It is only my repre. sentation of the book of which X am conscious. The book, the movement of the arm nnd the resistance of the book, are the stimuli that have excited my mind to action and it has constructed a representation of the book, which I see or am conscious of. Only in this way do things get into consciousness. Nothing never comes into the mind, but is constructed in the mind. We have ideas of an external world, but in all crises our consciousness deals with the thoughts of the world. Proofs of this may he seen in dreams where our consciousness of a book, tree or friend is often as clear ast when we are looking directly at the object and is projected outward with as much self evidence. is In. H. Cllenn, J.N. It. Writitlnay. . r p) -- 'a cp ftiS) ? V II u The time will never he again, ns once It was to me: When on that starry night, I walked Alone with thee. Though to nic, time will bring its blessings, As to nil men; Yet I shall never walk alone With thee again. We may stroll together, and life A joy may seem: But ah, the bitter memories will Always come between. inrfncemun. CAN'T GF.T ENOUGH OF ia" of R. Mcjohnson, Owensboro, was in town Friday. R. Bolster, section foreman, moved his family ft,m Owensboro here last week. Anderson Mercer and Miss Eva Pirtle passed through here Thursday en route for Hartford. Capt. R. S. Triplet Iips begun work nt his mines. He has opened up a grocery. Messrs. Lanham and Reynolds are still doing good business. SiMrivroN. LAWYERS, HARTFORD, KY. (Office, oxer An.lcraon'a llataar.) GLENN & WEDDING, Will practico their profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoinilig counties, and court of Appeals, special attention given to criminal practice and collections. pun p E. D.GUFFY. G-iaff- James J&.. Sxaaltli, aw WfV. AWww,t 1 I'll A ' fc$v&it?fj$ BShWSr THAT r. . CONSCIOUSNESS. fnv .MAcr.ir.rwii,i.iAMS. t" VAimrfT:" youn FUTURE VB sr. loots. AS GOES THE VOltLD. I f wfll ' f JJ-r.w. M -- v: vw7 ic lint tliotlilretjr of Mint toon la know Tlio luoliluitlcavfrutliof tliuroclnt show; Tlio vulKnrnlmmof llu' iKimtwtia feast Wl.cro tlio i lot lairf la the Iils'icUnrlcrtl clmrlly, kcilruH J mid Iced, TLo In tln nnmo of cautions (itniUili.il (...rut; The Mnlla rcdiinlnt'J, IliO n octal lo cant, Wlicn atrlcud In nccil ljafilej.il In watitt Wlirre tl o only nlm la tn keep nllo.it. 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Hin constitution was not ono to withstand tho sovero dUciplino of tho prison, and ho lny lit hospital on wliat turned out to bo his deathbed as ho niitdo bis astonishing rovelations withont any roficrvatlon as to nocricy. Ho said: I uxticct I don't eeetn to jon, fir, quite tho usii.il cut of thu long term burglar, and you would bo tjuito right into thinking. I never did fancy tho profeision, and that jeweler's shop business was ull n nlinm and an exctiho to (jet hero out of tho world and safe from it worsa fate at the hands of deadly enemies. Avp.vlr, you may stare. Tow peoplef I imagine, that they will are ki fond of Btretch a point to get there No, sir; my oflVnfO was a much more ono thuii over transpired at my trial, and es I feel that I am not likely to trouble .tlio prirou authorities very much longer I mibt as well givo yon tho trao reason for my living in tliis place. I btarttsl in llfo as a refpectablo mid-dl- o class tradesman and in duo timo married tho truest nud best of women. Shortly after the birth of a boh my wife was stricken down with illness, to which sh6 tuiccutnhcd. My grief was such that I could not go about my ordinary duties. I sent tho boy to some friends. Igaoup business nnd bccauio a wanderer on the faco of tho earth. 1 drifted to Paris', nnd tltere, destitute nnd starving, I made tho acquaintance of a man wbo was a prominent member of ono of tho most extreme hocialistio societies In tho capital. Ho took caro of me, nud partly out of gratitude and partly out of bhecr restlessness nnd a growing dlstasto for life I agreed to join liis society. I found that tho principles of this secret association wero oven more dreadful thati I had supposed. It essayed to strike ablow at nil monarchies or constituted governments, nud tho throned heads of Europe wero especially marked out for Its prey. From timo to timo various attempts, though hitherto unsuccessful, bad been miido to nss.tssinato souio of tho foreign rulers, nud soon after I joined it happened that Great Britain fell under tho ban of tho society. At a largely attended meeting, secretly held in tho outskirts of Paris, it was resolved that (Juccii Victoria and as many ns possiblo of tho high persons, surrounding her throno must die. It was thought that a deadly and awooplng blow could bo dealt if, while on ono of its frequent journeys to or from tho north, tho royal train could bo wrecked. So it was decided. It romainotl but to draw lots for the men to do tho deed, By a Gtrango fatality Scruggs (tho naino of my fiiend) and myself wore deputed to carry out tho vengcniico of tho society. I received tho intelligence with it callousness begotten of long uidurlng misery and want. What cared I now what befell me? Just at this time, too, I learned of tho whereabouts of my son. Ho had entered tho service of a well known Scotch nobleman lu tho capacity of p.igo and personal attendant nud was doing well. Even this news did not awaken mo to a truo senso of my position. Tho instructions of tho society cro clear and to tho point. Tito train with her majesty on board had to bo destrojfd in any way wo. o choso. Success would mean a reward and a high position in the society. Failure and there wero no cxteuuuting circumstances meant sud-d;- u unil certain death at tho hands, of tho nociety, A cortiiin period was given, ns. to biing about tlio desired result, and wo lost no tlmo in arranging our plans. Her majesty was at thisi tlmo, tho aupn-ioliaud-fconi- iiNTMENT CURES NOTHINQ BUT PILES, tttfkn 8gm and CERTAIN CURE known for ID years aath E9'i' REMEDY FOR PILES. hr uiciiiDoa ipict'n co., t. ton. ,, Mfiilf Porrtons r1- ire broken fjown I om ocrvork0l hou.Lhcit' r ,ow I.n.tviiVi In Ulttfih - y rtbnllda tlio ayatcni, nlili tllncatloii, reniovea ox-CMOf b'lo. auaciirui.)ah.ilo. tit UlOSCIllllOA tumn, staying at her usual lcsldcncoiu tho n6rth of Scotland, and wo found wo had somo tiino boforo us era wo could liopo- to doal our blowr on hor return journey. Qrossing to England, wo mado a curo-"fsurvoy of tho railway route and clodded upon n likely spoton tho system of ono of tho host known English railways by which royalty usually travels. The place in question was an nmisually long bridge spanning at tho. height of 80 feet a broad but sltallqw stream. Just before tho approach to tho, bridge tho line took a sharp curve, which lent itself to our felL purpose, Our plan was to prepare two short, handy pieces. of rail faced at ono ond liko poiuts ami tho other ul At the outset of ja. philosophical study of mind, we arc forced to distinguish between its phenomena nnd to assign each a place of relative consecution. Thus in the highest and most general classifications, wheh has been for their royal patron, and that ex- niadeot the mental phenomena-knowintra patrolmen wero out along tho route, feeling nnd willing; feeling supwhile to prevent tho risk of accident all poses knowledge, therefore the cogless important trains wero shunted to ono bide. Tho contcutsof nil goods trains nitive faculties come first, but as on the down lino wero carefully inspect- willing supposes a knowlegc of the ed hi order that no projections should pleasurable or painful, the feeling endanger the safety of tho stiecial, and stands intermediate between the othbigualmcn wero more than usually put er two. upon tno alert. Tho greatest obstaclo wo had to conUpon further examination we find tend tig.iitist was the pilot cngino. Wo these primary classes all included und could do nothing till It passed (the the bolts would not n (Tec t its passage), der one universal phenomenon, and th.it left only 15 minutes to preparo phenomena of consciousness. tho rails for tho doomed train. Still, wo Thus wc see that consciousness Is practiced tho screwingprocess on dummy the ultimate grounds to which the anmetals and soon got very exjiert. The withnight arrived. Tho previous evening wo alysis of mind can extend and had managed, unobserved, to loosen tho out which all mental activity would Consciousbolts necessary for our purposo near tho be utterly impossible. middle of tho bridgo, and wo could only ness should not, thcrelore.be regarded trust they would not bo tampered with ns a power or faculty, but rather as before onr arrival next evening. Tho fateful night was dark and stormy, ' an attribute of the mind which favored our purjiosc. 'Disguised , As an attribute it should if possiaai all way laborers at u villago in tho ble stand ahead of all vicinity, and having previously concealis the one fundamental ed our tool J near tho bridgo, wo mado for . othcts. It the scene of our enterprise. Ensconcing i proof for the explanation of all mental outculves uithiu tho shadow of tho para-- 1 acts nnd states. No matter whnt j pet, wo waited for tho pilot cngino to Brooks, Dewey, Boweti or any other como along. At last her lights appear in concerning j the distauco, nnd Bho thunders safely Psychologist may say we do not need to accept it as mind, over tho bridgo. Now to work. true, unless our own consciousness Hastily nocuring our respcctlvo rails, attests the truth of the statement. , wonjako for tho selected spot and com-meneo to withdraw tho bolts. Whilo There is, therefore, nothing more thus engaged my companion with a simple or fundamental to which conbloodcurdling chucklo remarks: sciousness itselt may be referred for 'We blnll bag moro of tho high and explanation. Yet, it is possible for us mighty than wo first expected. Tho Duke of IC and hia suit are, I under- to understand fully what is meant by the term consciousness. stand, on board tho train." V" I started and 'Tho Duko of K Generally speaking we know ourdropped my rail in my excitement. "My selves and eaclj of us are acquainted noyri master," I gasped, "and ho nevci with our own minds, even before our travels without him." "So much the woreo for your boy, thoughts have been turned upon then," said tho heartless bruto nsho pro- themselves in a philosophical study. ceeded with his work. This universal knowledge of the Ego, In nu instant my horriblo position flashed upon mo. Hero was I calmly though necessarily crude, undefined, preparing to slaughter tho heads of and therefore inexpressible, must be England (to whom before I had nover the source of all the study of the mind, given u thought), nnd with them my and the criterion by which each psyown llcsh nufl blood. I nearly swooned as the awful rovolation burst upon me, chological statement must be tested. The statements,! know that I know, but in a moment I recovered, and thou my decision was prompt. True, the I know that I feel! I know that I desifailure of tho Bchcmo meant certain re-are perfectly intelligible, and since death to my companion and myself, but we have already found consciousness what of that? Thero was still timo to sa o ourselves from becoming wholesale to be an attribute of the mind, by murderers. I shouted, while I replaced which it is enabled to see its own acts my bolt, to Scraggs to drop his rail and states. fly. Hf", however, had no such scruples and Mind is conceded to be a force, yet nnd had too great a regard for his own 6kin and the promised roward. When it is consciousness that distinguishho saw I was determined to spoil hie es it from all other forces of nature plans, ho dropped his rail and mado for matter. mo with a knife, the glitter of which as and It is a well known philisophical ho closed with me. I kiw just in time through tho darkness. fact that all matter is active, yet the As wo struggled tho roar of tho np activity of matter differs from the preaching train was heard In tho disin that it is unconscious. tance. Making h frantio effort, as the train was closo upon us, I managed to Mind acts, and at the same time knows throw Scrngga off. Ho fell across the of its activity. It is not conscious of off rail. With n rush nnd roar tho royal what was neither of what will be, but train swept safely over tho bridgo, while of that which is. a stifled chriek from Scraggs prepared only If mental action and unconsciousmo for his fato as I fell in n faint against tho Btouowoik of tho bridgo. ness are not simultaneous there can be I revived in what must have been u no knowledge of anything either mafew minutes after the passago of the This must be train. Tho headless trunk of my Into terial or immaterial. companion was tho first object that met true, for if the mind responds to a' my oye. I shuddered to think how near- stimulus at one instant and is not ly tho occupants of tho trnin had escaped conscious of it until the next, there an equally certain death. impression Tho train hnd not pulled up, tho driver must be an intermediate of an unconscious act, which is an abevidently not having felt the obstruction. I hastily replaced tho bolts on tho other surdity. Even if it were possible to rail, threw tho tools Into tho stream, and have an intermediate impression, it with a last glance at tlio remains of act as the Scragga fled from tho spot. Unsuspect- would be as much a mental ed, I mado my way to London, but only original, consequently, each impressto llvo In deadly fear of tho swift and ion w'ould require another, and so on suro vongeaiico of tho secret socioty. to the end of eternity. Now there Tho failnro of tho enterprise must be question or doubt that the hide as 1 can be no already known to them, and mind is aware of its phnomena it is ultimight I knew their hand would mately reach mo. My money exhaust- necessarily, then, conscious of every ed, I conceived tho despeiate Idea of the act at the very moment of the act. darintr burglary of which I was convictConsciousness and mental activity ed. If I failed to enrich myself, my life woidd at Jeast bo safe in jail. 1 failed could not be separated. Neither could miserably enough, gqt caught red handed exist without the other. The mind's and leceived my sentenco. activity is one operation, though Befpro I throw away my liberty I saw tho papers that at tho inquest on two fold in its nature and it is not from Scragg's lemainsn verdict of "accidental composed oftwo separate distinct acts, death" was returned. Tho dastardly at- but is one complex net. Every mentempt thurcforo remained unsuspected tal act is therefore seperable in thought by tho gencrnl public, and since I catno horo I havo heard that tho secret society from apart oTits self or consciousness has been broken up nnd its members by which the mind is enabled to see scattered. I feel now that I sliall escapo its own acts. shall dlo happy, them after all, but In this sense conscionsness is, a knowing thnt my boy's futuro is ho will never know (I mirror wherein every act of the mind and that With this meaning was convicted under a falso namo) how is portrayed. near to annihilation his own father had us, we can very" clearly see how brought him nnd his country's queen. that there can be no degrees of conLondon sciousness. It is always the same, but as the mirror reflects images differUrntlo Of Liberty School, District No. 9: ing in brightness according as the orNannie Austin. 95, Fannie Austin iginal differs in the same quality, so 94, I.ec Taylor 95, I.illie Austiii 86, consciousness conveys to the mind Tim Austiii 90, Satnmie Taylor 92, the very degrees of clearness accordRosy Uerrytnan 86, Inez Barrett 94, ing as the functions upon which it Lucy Bcrrytnan 56, Belle Berryraan depends are more or less definitely per95, Joseph Barrett 95, Robert Barrett formed. When we are ailing to sleep 87, 1,tda Stevens 65, Marvin Stevens the functions of the mind are perdefinitely performed less 83, Sue Williams 97,, Lena Williams haps 97t than at any other time. Objects then 91, Alva MauzyJ, Onia existfor us only as a vague objectivity; Ellis Smith 93, Deatj Perguson 75. consequently our consciousness nt BnssiK Maddox, Teacher, loos-cued, be-to- re Tit-Bit- s. Timely lilt ol Advice, 111 these times of grip and pneumonia it is of great importance that we should know whereto look for a safe nnd sure remedy. A slight cold may become a serious one, the scarcely noticeable pain in the chest is too often the forerunner of pneumonia. The first cough may lead to consumption (a cotight is always dangerous.) Never neglect a cold or cough for even a day, but get at once, as a safe and sure remedy, Kemp's Balsam, the best cough cttre.which is recommended on all sides. It should be kept in the house regularly to avoid delay when needed It is sold ai all the drug stores. A IIAKTFOKIl, KY. Will practice his profession in Ohio aud adjoining counties, anil court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office east side of public square. H. D.IUNQO attorneys Jgt jaw, ZZaxtfoxcl, KaxxtuclcT-. 6s !Rlaa.gro, Will practice in all courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, Superior Court and Court of Appeals. Collections and all legal business attended to. Ofiico 329 E. Market St. R. R. WEDDING, Attorney at Law, Beaver Dam, Ky. Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio nnd adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Report. the average grade of scholarship and deportment of the students of Mcllenry School for the month ending December 1, 1893: Gracie Smith 99, Maggie Campbell 99, Gracie Roll 99, Maggie Smith 99, Tina Kelley 99, Jennie Cargill 99, Mary Fisher 99, Mary Espy 93, Agnes Meltin 93, Jennie Christian 99, Nettie Duncan 99. Sudie Allen 99, Martha Fisher 97, Solon Patterson 99, Charlie Cargill 99, Daniel Kelley 99, James Duncan 96, Ernest Gaithers 93, David Fisher 93 Alonzo Gaither 95, Nettie Roll 99, Minnie Patterson 98, Jennie Carrollton 97, Mary Cargill 95, Katie Gray 97, Annie Toll 97, Ona Hicks 90, Ola Hicks 90, Martha Hicks 97, Gertrude Baseheart 96, Maitic Austin 97, Julia Gaithers 98, Nettie Fielden 90, Myrtle Hunter 90, Jana Bennett 94, Tula Wilkes 96, Bessie Wilson 97, Fred Wilson 98, Anthus Wilson 91, Cleveland Austin 96, Alfred Taylor 95,Blainc Austin 95, .Lillie Hughs 92, Willie Fielden 97, Richard Swan 97, Willie Duncan 97, Lizzie Anderson 98, Cora Wilson 91, Minnie Barnard 91, Charlie Barnard 83, Nellie Duncan 99, Ilettie Barnard 97, Joseph Barnard 97, Oscar Taylor 90, Clarance Wilcox 93, Estil McCon-ne- ll 96, Nellie Cargill 96, Charlie Render 99, Nettie Christian 99, Annie Duncan 98, Laura Fisher 96, Katie Duncan 99, Pearl Richardson 90, Nettie Richardson 97, Josephine Sande 95, Annie Barnard 91, Annie Maddox 99, Maggie Sande 94, Richard Barnard 93, Ella Swan 97, Iva Dennis 99, Jessie Shultz 93, Romaine Sande 93, Frank Gallager 97, Corinne a Gallager 94, John Carrollton 94, McGregory 91, Bridget Gellager 92, Jennie Dncan 99, Sandy Cald well 100, May B. Espy 96, Andrew Roll 95. L. B. Lonbv and S. J. Ticiienor, Teachers. Below is given Ly-di- 1 I HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in all the Courts ol Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, in County A"ttor ney's office, in Court House. Lawyer Perry Westerfield, MTiTHeAVfbiH. Attorney at Law. Beaver Dam, Ky. i- - i- - WiiTS m A VI DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FR03I T Is prepared to do all kinds of Dental work at reasonable prices. ,' lark Tie I leiik, Jt Vi , Loading Photographer. Grnilo 9lainaa. la Vaaaa !(). aaj !' a Ik tall SI 111 HiIB Ula HiiSi Of the Westerfield School, District -01d Pictures Copied and Enlarged No 58: Basil Westerfield 96, Lillie A SPECIALTY. Kelly 97, Ira Taylor 96, Eliza Mose-l- y 108J Main Street. Mosely 97, Laura Taylor 97, Laura B7m6 OWENSBORO, RT 97, Charley Mosely 96, Amherst Mas-si- e 96, Mary Massie 95, Oscar Taylor LOUISVILLE, ST. LOU 18 A TEX..H. B 95, Herbert Hickey 94, Maggie Westerfield 93, Ira Mosely 93, Arthur LoniiTJllt, SI, Lj.ii & tiu liluj , White 91, Charlie Westerfield 91, John Welborn 90, Therie Hickey 90, SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV. 1, 1M1. No. 61, Notts, Sudie Bartlett 90, Turfy Mitchell 94, WEST BOUND. Dallj. Dallr. Dona Westerfield 87, Lona Milbura ... 7.45 a.m. llip.ii, Lt. Loularlllo Lulie Mitchell 93, Rosie White 90, , I II a. m. 7.W f. m. Weat l'olnt..... Brandenburg..... .... 8.17 a. m. 8.07 p. m. 88, Ella Maddox 88, Luetta Bartlett 0 4 a.m. 1ST p.m. IrTioKtoo ....- -. ....-- .. 89, Verna Hickey 89, Allen Bartlett itphenapart .......... 10.23 a. m. I.lt p. m. 86, Joe Milburn 85, Ollie Taylor 91, 10 44 a. m. f ,41 p, m. ... Clorerport p. no, IIaweTllle.....,..... 11,11 a, m, Ora Westerfield 89, John Lake 85 Jes..,.. UrU a, m. 18 34 p. nu Lewlaport Ford 87, Alden Lake 86, Minty sie 12: It p. m. 11:11 p. m. Owensboro p. in. ll.M p. n. Lake 84, Bertha Taylor 95,Eva MoseBpottaTllle...... ............. 1,21 p. m. 12.20 a. n. ,..., ly 95. Lottie Westerfield 86. Average Ar. llenderaon..... No. 42, No, H, attendance, Dally Dallj. EAST BOUND. C. M, Hicks, Teacher. . 7.18 a. m. 3: Up. aa, Lt. IIendcron.... ttl esf. JJi ajl 2 i .... 1l . iVl "7 28. Vi1 ; BpotUrllU..... .. Ow tiiboro. ... . 7.T7 RKYNUI.D'N STATION. Dec. 7. Miss Belle Whittinghill, who is teaching a successlul school at this place, left Thursday for her home in Roslne. Miss Donuic Taylor, of Owensboro, is vlsitlug Mrs. G. G. Lanham. Married at the residence of Rev. W II. Bruner Sunday, Nov. 26, Mr. Clarence Morrison to Miss Lora Reynolds, after which they returned to the home of the bride where 0 sumptuous repast was prepared,, for tjiem. Misses Donnic Taylor and' AUhn UIMlF.RIIOOK. Dec. 7. The school nt Alexander is progressing nicely under the management of Miss Ida M. Smith. Rev. J. R. McAfee filled his regular appointment at Alexander on the 26th ult. We are sorry to state that he will not preach to us any more until the 4th Sunday in January at 1 1 Don't a. m. Let everybody come. forget the day. Miss Nora Sorrels returned to her home, at Cromwell Sunday, after a long visit here among friends and relatives. The Kinderhook and Beda boys played a match game of base ball on Thanksgiving evening at Alexander. They played 14 scores and 9 innings. The Kindcrliook lioys whitewashed t.he Beda Boys three times, while the former were only whitewashed once. The Beda boys had two nines to play against our boys and when one man would get tired tney would drop in a new man, while our boys stood their ground with only nine men. We do not thfnk this vas fair in the Beda boys, but arf they played an even game there was nothing said. They contemplate playing again in the near A. S. M. future. 1 Lewlaport HawriTllle..., Clorerport . ..... ... men, SUD a. m. S 37 p. aa. 4.25 p. m. S.ST ... -... a.m. IHp, nt 9.33 a.m. 6J0p.ni a. m, p. ra, a, m, a, m. p. m. p. in, 6.19 p, as. 7.03 p. ra, 7.31 p. ra. 3 OS OS A J4 v 3 "lyitj o"; 1.7! "r. ; . 11.02 11.29 1.00 Btephenaport...... 1026 a. m. ., IrTlngtoo. nratadentiurg ..........., Weat Point . Ar. Loulirlllo ... t p. m. p, ra. Taalns No. SI and No. 62 make connection. a Irrlngton (Sunday excepted) with t rains on Loula-tlll- o, HarJinaburir 4 Wettern, R. It., tail' and weat bound. For further Information, addreaa II. O, MORDUE, Gen. Ta'r Ag't. Loulaville, Ky. 'Mj lg ' m WHEN YOU GO TO GALLON OWENSBORO Ln C.Theo.Cain, X32C30 PCOTOtEA.PKER, WrK 6m87 i STOPPED EKEE JavMk-jaaK.j Foriht 3rd and finest and Most Artistic V t " ''.- r'VOl I nn$ site or style. FrederieaSi.tetaem M. $ - rns sUtukl t . '2 . n laaaaa rereoaileiteraaj OrJOJXKBtMUit NErWEniaTTQfl atf.ta.MAVU4T UfUUfAnifU fKAimi , Duuia. A, tttm Jncivml. ar. osffa. m iwvi.Mai.a u ua. u M'MtfMr J Hja. Tfaalla. amd aa olafilS'l U.y.4YUCipmacMrn.MbMM a ,ia..u.I. nnu.Man.r,v,iw,nnniaaaBtaii U aaUcMd Ua.KLINC..i Ann St..HllaJ.leMv at Nsara i M r. M ' V ' KV? f , ' ) as 1 lT .' t, - t , .l .- A, t. r, ' 'ZjsQsuLfi a, f-- i rt&a aitrY'ttrfta.'i " 'ml inn Jt. I.Vfffr.-W.Mff'- ' -- w ,! r' . :$- - v., , (Chap. II.) D. Ellis Miller-- L. T.Uar day. Mr. Barnard happened With cd area, and localise the promoters of . Announcements, reports, etc. in- nard, Alice Bowman, O. M. Shultz, quite a serious accident as he was re this new enterprise do not wish to SKCOND DAY MORNING, Ida Smith, Bessie Maddox, Sallie turning In the evening. The mule he Opening prayer, 9:30. instructions cmcnatingTroin the Ad- cur the animosity and opposition of jaPUBMBHED EVKRY FKIDAY MOIININO. Coleman. ministration on that subject, and a tfic Daviess county people. So the j Announcements, was riding caught his loot among the 1 p. in. The Nature of Attention, roots of a tree and fell, breaking its rattling short speech criticising the entire hardship will fall on the three ! "The relation of the Teachers' JO. II. KOdF.It.S, . Editor "nil Proprietor remarkable position of the Adminis- counties heretofore mentioned. Agency to the Courtty nnd City Su- - (Chap. III.) Dora E. Gibson, W. H. leg. There being noth ing in the perintendents," W. C. Warficld, Barnes, Oma Smith, J. M. Stogner, tration by Senator Dolpli. RepresenDr. L. P Coffman, of this place, is Ada Porter. Friday, Dkckmbrr is, 1893. tative Ilitt, of Illinois, introduced a recent acts of the Legislature on this j Covington. Discussion, R. II. visiting in Bremen. The Culture of Attention, (Chap. the provisions of the Const!- - rothers, Louisville; E. S. Clark, similar resolution in the House. SenT. R. Barnard will leave for Louisator Hill also antagonized, inaspeech, tution alone form the guide for pro-- . Henderson; Pall Mahoncy, Trimble III. J. L. Rogers, Sue Jcnkins.A A. ville Wednesday to purchase n new ANNOUNCEMENTS, the position of Mr. Cleveland on this ccdurc in the matter. Now, as to the county; A. L. Smith, Henderson Brown, Dr. W. Alexander, Laura stock of dry goods nnd a full line of Foil AHSVJiSHll, Hawaiian business. Dills have been limitations as prescribed for the for- - county; W.'II. Bartholomew, Louls"-uiatio-u Render, S. J. Tichen r and D E fancy groceries and holid ly goods, Wit AMJ AUTHORIZIiD TQ ANNOUNCB of new counties in the Consti- - ville; T. M. Goodnight, I'rankfort. Ward. introduced in both House and Senate, Me tli inks I can hear the bQtind of DlJIJ I. MlM.KK I Let cveryteachcrbe present prompt- welding bells nt not distant time "The Compensation of County Su-a- n by Democrats, which carry on their tution we find section 64 prescribing As a candidate for Assessor of Ohio faces condemnation of the Adminis area of 400 square miles, docs not perintendents in Weak Counties," ly, thoroughly prep ire 1 to discus1? Mr. nnd Mrs Clns. Chiiin visited county, subject to the action of the a the entire lcS3ii. Au thing less than their son nt Taylor Mines, who is re tration pension poicy. Take it all in effect this movement as the proposed V. T. Drury, Webster county; Democratic party. all the Indications ate that the "wild of the new county exceeds that cussion, John W. Mastin, Hancock this means a fiilureof our Association covering iroin a long spell of pneuToicnsend Mr. Sun, Delaware. FOB JAILOR. team" as Gencatl Harrison aptly amount nor will it reduceeither of the covnty; B. G. Gardner, Hart county; Other teachers and patrons are invit- monia. Rising Wl5 ARK AUTI10RIZI5D TO ANNOUNCI5 termed the Democratic majorty in three affected counties to a less area , S. I Frogge, Christian county; Wf ed. E R Rvv, Ch'm'ii, Mr. Will Chinn, Powderly, is at J. E. ASIIBY Good Family Medicines SAU.IE Coi.3M.an, Sec'y. Congress, will be harder to control than 400 square miles. The limita- H. Daughcrty, Bath county; G. W. home on a visit. As a candidate for the office of Jailor than it was at the extra session. passBattleman, Mason county; T. Hunttion as to county boundary lines Miss Eva Chism, who is attcndldg Hood's Saraaparllla and Hood's of Ohio county, subject to the action Nirclnl Notice. Pills. Mr. Cleveland stated in his usual ing with 10 miles of present county-seater, Franklin county. school at Powderly, visited the famiof the Republican party and the will To the people of Cromwell and 8ariarrt" and Ilood'a "I retard Ilood's family rotdtctnes, and w dogmatic style, in his message, that will be immaterial as the proAFTERNOON. of the people. ly of E. T. Chism last week. kindly thankyouforsaving nils, the very best deficiency in the revenue by reas- posed lines do not approach within without Ultra, i Have alwayi been Announcements, reports, miscellathe new The Rumsey Locks are now open as muchofourhouscas wassavedfrom A Dollcato Woman .uouiaviLLE wuti a uoasteu popu- on of the Cleveland tariff bill, would this distance. As to section 64, some neous business. Tuesday night, December and it looks like old times to see so and began taking Hood's BarsaparllU Hire only be $28,000,000. Now if it is of- people have an erroneous idea that "Grading the Common Schools," burning many boats running and rafts passlation of 160,000 could only give Sam the 5th, 1893, nnd we again kindly years ago for that tired foetlng. It built no up ficially announced by tire Treasury the question must be submitted to a Reports by E. A.Gullion.Carroll coun0 quickly and 10 well that I feel Ilka adlfferonl Jones, at one of his recent appointthank the good people for free arciss ing. had gtf at falOi In It. I be at least vote of the entire counties nlTected. ty; R. I,. Lancaster, Daviess county; Department that Fanners are done gathering corn, wonnn aud lmo always ments at the Auditorium, an audience to their wells that furnished so much ;oublo with their blood, and It does them etxxf. W. T. Knott, Marion county; J. L, The request that the Such is not the case as will be seen by $60,000,000. B. of 000. Last summer whilo in Hartwater tosaveourrcmaining buildings. and stripping tobacco has begun lrllttl boy Hkes It so well he cries for It. i cannot find words to tell lum high I prize It money question be let alone, and Rep- a careful reading of this section. On- Reeves, Oldham county: J. W. Raw-lingVery Kindly, Wo us Hood's rills In tho faintly and they ford be was greeted by an audience Public Mule! resentative Bland, Chairman of the ly those residing in the teiritory to be Boyle county; U. S. Dunn, On Saturday, December iGth, I will Act Llko a Charm A. I AT1N. of 1,500. Shame on Louisville mediHouse Coinage Committee, announcincluded in the new county will be Campbell county. offer for'sale at my farm, 4 miles cast I take pleasure In recommending these peopla Susan Kaiin. my friends, fort believe If "The In of Hartford, on the Horton nnd Hart- cines to all Utah jvill no doubt soon be oue of es that his free coinage bill, one of permitted to vote on this subject.regu ing on IniportanccofScientific Teachthe Subject of Stimulants" :the States. A bill is before Congress the first introduced at this session, is the same section the limitation Keep the blood pure by taking ford road, to the highest and best bidto be reported and passed. lating the population of the new coun- Mrs. Munnel, President of the W. C. Hood's Sarsaparilla. If you decide to der, the following stock and property: proposing the admission of the TerriThe Republican party is fortunate ty is not effective in this instance or T. U. of Kentucky, Louisville. would only lteep Hood's Barsaparllla and Hood'a buy Hood's Sarsaparilla, do not be Two head of horses, lot of young cattory as a State and the friends of its Mils at hind ns we do. much sickness andsuf. Reports of Committees. in having political matters looked al- at least has no injurious effect to this no tle, several hogs, two milch cows and terlngwouw 8un,prevemru. Mas. L. Tow- persuaded to take any other. passage are quite hopeful. Polygamy ter by a caucus Committee made up Delaware. lUsIng Miscellaneous business. cause as the inhabitants of the new m calves,! onelgood new wagon, lot of rD, it is claimed is almost dead, and this of the following Senators: Allison, county would far exceed 12,000, the Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptly and Adjournment. hay, one road cart, one mowing maWe efflolently, on the Urer and bowels. ISC idea of polygamy is about all that can of Iowa; Aldrich, of Rhode Island; limitation above mentioned, nor chine, been used one .season, lot of be offered against tho proposition to Hale, of Maine; Culloui, of Illinois; would the new movement, if successoffice plows and other fanning 'utensils. admit Utah to Statehood. Dolpli. of Oregon; Manderson, of Ne- ful reduce any county affected to a Tcnns of sale; Purchases under $5 braska; Quay, of Pennsylvania; Washless population than 2,000. cash; all over, on n credit of six There pre already quite a number burn, Minnesota, and DulJois, of IdaPER MONTH As to section 65 it provides that a months, with approved security and of men on both sides of the political ho, the first named being Chairman bare majority of those voting in the interest from date. Own In fenco spoken of for tho various nomiand the last Secretary. It would district embraced by the new county, mnilc easily nnd honorably, without capiS. O. P. Hau. nations for next year, and it goes have been difficult for Senator Sher- is only necessary, and not s tal, during your uparo hours. Any man, onian, boy, or girl enndo the ork handwithout saying, that whoever gets his man, Chairma n of the caucus, to have as erroneously supposed by some. Ilolldny Kxriirmoii Hiitm. Talking unily, without experience. name first before ihe people has ob- named a more representative Commit- Section 65 also .provides that any The C. O. & S. W. railroad will necessary. Nothing like It for before. tained a very considerable advantage tee, or one that would have contain- present indebtedness of any county De- sell tickets for 1 and fare for the Alwuya prosper. No time Ourworkcrs wasted In ed more political shrewdness. round trip on December 22d, 33d, 24th, learning the business. Wo teach you In bis slower going opponeuts.There over shall be borne proportionally by the '23. a nlsht how to succeed from tho ilrst 25th, 30th and 31st, 1893 and JanThe Republicans in the Senate will part stricken off. are scores of men who pledgo themliuur. You can maku a trial without uary 1st, 1894 All tickets good Fo it will be seen that none of the selves early in the fight and stick to debate the Cleveland tariff bill long to yourself. Wo start you, fiinilsli Xollro! enough to show up its general absurd- - limitations are really effective in this January 3d, '94. Excursion cvcrytlihiK needed to carry 011 the bus!-netheir pledgo to the end. All articles for publication should be sucrcss fully, nnil guarantee ityand viciousness, but they will not case and it is as easy to proceed inthe tickets will be sold between all local against failure If you but follow you our addressed to TiittRKi'Uiir.icxN. Hartis the man who can read resort to tactics to prevent a vote. matter as if there were no limitations Where stations and to stations on the O. V. ; simple, plain Instructions. Header, If ford, Ky., to insure prompt attention. railroad the Louisville Pod and the Courier If, after the bill has been thoroughly whatever. The people of Fordsvilie and the Owctisboro & Falls of' you arc In need of ready money, and I want to know all about the best paying Eli Perktos Journal and other sheets of their po- showed up, the Democrats are willing and surrounding county are at work as easy to try One Minute Rough and Green River railroads and business It's just the public, send us your wo will litical laith and then have tho effront- to assume the responsibility of mak earneastly in this matter and have We take pleasure in presenting the Cough Cure as anything else. It's to stations on connecting lines South mldrv.ss, nndyou all themall you a docuparticulars. giving ment ery to deny that tho Democratic pnrty ing it a law, no illecriimate obstacles t had oublic . meetimrs. nrinted nlac- - above likeness of Eli Perkins to our easier to cure a severe cold or cough of the Ohio River, except no excursion 1 he cards, Daviess connty speakers, nu TRUE & CO., Box 400, readers. He will lecture at the Court with it. Let your next purchase fora , tickets will be sold for a greater disis a Freo Trade party? If any mau will be raised by Republicans, Augusta, Malno. believes in maintaining our industrial Republican party has from its birth merous petitions signed already by House Saturday night, December 23d. cough be Ojc Minute Cough Cure. tance than three hundred miles. For further information address T. supremacy gained under thirty years been thoroughly committed to the hundreds of their citizens, and have Everybody should hear him on that Better medicine; belter result; better dolB. Lynch, General passenger Agent, occasion. try it. L. B. Beau. of Protection ho must vote with tho majority rule and it will not change raised a fund of several hundred Statement of the Condition , because the politics of the majority lars to cover expenses. There is no Louisville, Ky. Republicans. A Protection Democrat The annual election of Officers of Entertainment. has changed. That would be imita- question but that a new seat of govOF THE has no more show in bis party than There will be a concert given at the Hartford Lodge No. 675 will be held Wnntnl! ting the Democrats. ernment located at Fordsvilie will be the proverbial snow-b- all Colored Church at Beaves Dam, Dein the nether One or two of good popon Wednesday, Dec. 27,1893,2 o'clock Petitions are already coming to a great convenience to a great number kingdom. Congress in large numbers from old of people, but it will be a dearly paid cember 29. in behalf of School Dis- p. m. at the Hall in Hartford. All lar lumber. Address, trict No. 3. F. A. Amks & Co., members are requested to be present. The Courier Journal docs not like Union soldiers asking that Secretary for luxury when the expense,- worry program. Owensboro, Ky. 5 tf W. H. Moorh, W. M. d Hoke Smith's method and trouble incident to the successful SS S O tho Wilson Bill because the measure Music. II. Wkisiirimhr. Sec'y. 19 3t of dealing with pensioners be inves- termination of their efforts and when Rev. B. T. Watson, who is engagis not near enough to English or abInvocation. tigated. Whether any investigation finally crowned it will bewithacrown A.t tbo Closo of Businoss ed in the revival at the C. P. Church solute Free Trade. That windy sheet is ordered or not there is going to be Music. of thorns, whose pains, and evils of is pleasantly remembered by our peoJulio 30,1803. is not satisfied with tho heavy blow Introductory Address Prof. S. M. some speeches made on the subject in taxes, etc., will outweigh the glory of ple as having delivered a lectureat the Taylor. An Alphabet Game. is threatened to be let fall upon both House and Senate that will not success. that Baptist Church four years ago on the The Best we Can Luduard Berry RESOURCES. the industries of thecountry but it please the Administration, and some As for Breckenridge, Grayson and subject of his then recent tour through Notes and Bills Unfinished Prayer Miss Gertie $76,205.14 would have a Tariff law divested of of them are going to be made by Ohio counties the present movement Europe. Real Estate 3,000.00 every semblance of Protection. Hen- Democrats. is a menace, not only in talk and Thomas. Furniture and Fixtures . . . 1,500.00 Grade's Tempest Miss Belle ri even goes so far aside from comIt is said that orders have been giv- gossip, but one serious and imporExpenses paid , . 864.98 Artinclkl V.jtt. A prominent manufacturer of arti- Cash on hand andinB'ks . .17,447.55 mon sense as to eay that he would tax en out by the Democratic bosses to tant, and one needing immediate and Briggs. The Boys we Need Luther Thomas. ficial eyes has unburdened himself those things for revenue which were shut out Oklahoma when it comes to vigorous attention.To OhioCountians Solo and Chorus Miss Idoomie $99,017.67 on what ho. considers n grievance not produced in this country sugar, admitting new States, because of the left behind in this rush for location Ho Bays that tho public, and tlicro-forLIABILITIES. belief that it is Republican. Arizo- to a county-sea- t meaus that over Beard. if it tea, coffee and such other commodiopticians, will no longer pay tho Capital Stock What Became of a Lie Osban Ber$25,000.00 of their area is to be taken prico for a good and well mado arti- Surplus ties. Henri, thou baat verily lost na, New Mexico and Utah are to be 5,250.00 ry. is cle, and that tho market is being Reserve Fund admitted on the pledge made by from them, two. thirds of their taxathy head. 1,293.14 Beware Master George Thomas. flooded with "cheap foreign rub- Interest nnd Exchange prominent Democrats that they will ble railroads are to be taken from . . 3,047.59 Ain't he Cute Miss Vitula Board. bish." Deposits 64,426.94 d of their population is Evansvili.e business men realize all elect Democratic Legislatures- - Six them, Ho nllcgcs that tho cheap oyes A Rogue Miss Lela Thomas. f the wealth of the coun the great good which would follow Administration Democrats are not to gone crack after very fow weeks' wear. $99,01, 67 Off for Slumber Land Miss Daily tho opening of Rough River to navi- be sneezed at in the present condition ty is gone, and a new territory newly Barnes. Pursuing tho subject f urthor, wo are JOHN II. BARNES, Casiiirk. so opened up by two railroads, and informed that Bummer timo is the gation and tbey have put themselves of the Senate. Sworn and subscribed to before me Solo and Chorus Miss Lizzie BerThe bronze statue donated by the thriving with energy, push, wealth best season for tho salo of artificial June 30, 1893. on record in no unmistakable terms. ry and others, oyes. Pooplo aro at Uiat timo of tho State of Illinois, for statuary Hall, in and business and which rightfully Rowan IIomiuookn, C. O. C. C.J The following letter explains their year moro jMirticular as to their Twenty Boys at School Master the Capitol building, was formally would continue and belong to the discover moro readily By Siiiii.nv Tavlou, D. C. und action: accepted by Congress and unveiled present civil jurisdiction, is to vanish Warner Beard. Our business continues to grow, as tliat tuo artlncial oyo Is beginning to Ol'I'ICC OF Essay; Society without Education with impressive ceremonies Wednes- with the winds. To a man up a tree, loso its pristlno perfection. Another the above statement will show, both The Business Men's Association, and Morality Miss Ida B. Berry. psjnt is that there aro many peoplo in magnitude and prosiwrity. Two Evansville, Ind., Dec. 5. oy i day afternoon, the principal address the people of Fordsvilie cannot be Granny's Grace Miss Idwomie blamed and only commended for their walking about whoso outward Editor Republican. At a regular being made by Governor Altgeld. years ngo a deposit of $25,000; one suggests that thoy aro in It is stated by Democrats that the action, but to him, also.it will appear Beard. meeting of the Business Men's Assoyear ago $45,000; $64,000. full iwssession of both visual organs, A Woman's Question Miss Mary ciation, last evening, Mr. C. L. WedAdministration has become alarmed as if the people of Hartford, and Ohio but havo not oven ono. "I havo This is due to the fact that the young ding offered the following resolution, at the almost unanimous public senti- county generally, and of Grayson and Berry. which was unanimously adopted: fitted," Bald tho manufacturer, men arc beginning to realize that it is Dialogue I'm a Man. "fccores of peoplo with two glass not the money made but the money "Resolved, That the Business ment against it and flunked on its Breckenridge counties are absolutely -Gymnastics 12 pupils. Men's Association, of Evansville, re- Hawaiian program, and that Mr. and utterly adverse and indifferent to eyes." Tho innocent deception is tho saved that sets them up in business. Tommy's Prayer Lizzie Beriy. quests our Representative in Congress Cleveland will send a special message ineir own interests 11 mey make no moro successfully carried out owing The man whoV-ive- s each day and puts and our U. S. Senators from Indiana to Congress to relieve him of further effort whatever to oppose and antagWashington's Country to tho fact that tho blind, from force Hollis to favor the appropriation for the imof habit no doubt, look or appear to at interest fifty cents, will in fifty responsibility by deciding what shall onize this movement, which can only Thomas. provement of Rough River." look ono full in tho faco when talk- years be worth $58,000 Rich! An Arithmetic Lesson Miss Emma be done. From the same source com result in a harmful and detrimental C. J. Murphv, Yours truly, We are here to assist the business ing. London Nows. Barnes. es the statement that the revenue cut- manner to them and theirs. Sec'y B. M. A. M. interests of the county, and we solicit Solo and Chrosus Birtha Beard Mongols of Knko Nor. It is greatly to bo desired that Con- ter which secretely left San Francisand appreciate the account of every and others. The Mongols of Koko Nor nro tall gressman Montgomery push the mat- co for Honolulu this week carried a and fiorco looking, though they pushing, enterprising individual or Somebody's Mother MattieChinn. ter of an appropriation for Rough letter to Minister Willis revoking his proved amiublo when friendly. Tho firm. JOHN H.BARNES.Cashikk. Civilization of Africa Birtha Beard. previous instructions and telling River to an early settlement. men shave their heads. Doth mon Dialogue Aunt Betsey's Beaux. him to do nothing until Congress exand wotnon dross in a gown of sheepSanta Claus' Secret Cordie Lee The Democratic party is continual, presses its wiihes. If this be true it skin, girded round tho waist, high Berry. ly crying for what it is pleased to terra ends all the royal nonsense, for it is boots of felt and skin, bound below Paper; Chosing a Vocation Rev. tho knee with a leathern strap or r ' No better aid to digestion, Tho Wilson certian that there are not a score of "free raw materials." City nnd 1'oanty I'roifriwn o ".r. cotton garter, and long whito fck No better cure for dyspepsia, Bill in a great measure proposes to men in Congress who will vote for Of the State Superintendents' meeting N. J. Ross. coats, which they wear over tho 'K r Closing Remarks by the teacher. to be held in Louisville, Thursday Nothing more reliable for bilious- Bheopskins when it rains. Their sumput this part of English Free Trade the restoration of the queen. We solicit your presence. Admisand Friday, December 28 and 29 and ness and constipation than DeWitt's into active operation. Wool is the mer hat is of whito felt, in shape A Word or Warning, Refreshments of all Little Early Risers, the famous little something llko tho top lint worn by Although it has been known in an interesting order of exercises pre- sion 10 cents. raw material of the manufacturer but kinds will be served. tho old Welsh markot women. Tho Prof. K. W. KaUth, l'rln. Commercial Coll.j. pills. L. B. Bean. it is tho finished product of tho wool Hartford and throughout the county pared for the Convention. President cap thoy wear in wintor is of white ol Ky UnlTnll7, iJlnjton, Kr., wm wrd.J Margkry Hinton, Teacher. McGinnis has issued the following grower; timber is the raw mateiial of generally that an effort is being made m m SEND twelve cents in postage astrakhan, shaped liko a sugar loaf, MEDAL AND DIPLOMA to petition the General Assembly for program for the meeting of the CounVlllnnlilc i'nrm for .Niilr. BI THE WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION, the manufacturer but it is the finishwith a rod and green cotton brim. ty and City Superintendents' Union ofBook-UrrpInWe offer at private sale the farm of stamps to 39 Corcoran Building, Washand flracral a new county in this section of the Tho women dress their hair in littlo For jilcm ed product of the saw-lo- g man; coal Bulitw Kducatlon, rUi. Colt to complete ington, D. C, and you will receive phuts, moro than a hundred, caught IJuitueu Couree about rJO.IncIudlnj tuition, books State, with Fordsvilie as the seat of at Louisville, Thursday and Friday the late Jo C. Barnett, four miles west ad board, l'bonorraphy, Type Wilting and may be in a sen so the raw material of December 28 and 29, 1893. The fol- of Hartford, containing about 225 four copiesof Kate Fied's Washingtogethor at tho ends in a wido band Telegraphy taught. For rlrculara, addreu, 11. W K. iUUTU, Prealdcnt, Lexluctoii, tho manufacturer in that in produc- government, yet but little attention lowing are the officers of ton, containing matter of special in- of colored cloth, which is embroidthe union: acres. Good dwelling and outbuilding his finished product ho must use and no opposition has been given the President, James McGinnis, of Owens-borings, and an abundance of stock terest. Give name and address, and ered with gay Bilks and gold thread, movement. largo quantities of that commodity Vice President, C. II. Dietrich, water. Land ami all fencing in the where you saw this advertisement, iy and studded with coral and turquoise, I merely wish to call the attention silver coins and brass buttons, which for fuel, is the fiuisbed product of the Hopkinsville; Secretary, R II. best condition. For further particuof the public to the constitutional thoy got from Lassa. Tho tents ore coal miner. In short there is no limitations on the subject and the efLouisville; Treasurer, J. L. lars and terms of sale, address or call round, tho inner sides of trellis work, such commodity hi existence as raw fects on the tax payers of tho top of woodon ribs, giving an umon the undersigned. the counties ReeVes, Buckner. let- brella Bhapo, and tho wholo covered material e.ive in tho bosom of the unFIRST DAY MORNING. Wood Tinslisy, and the district effected. Executors. with whito felt, with an aperture for Opsning prayer, 9:30. C. M. Barnktt, broken forest and in tho bowels of the 20 tf To be clearly understood, the outad- a small door ot wood, and a nolo in Address of State Superintendent, earth, and all this great cry about lines of the new county must first be Stated meeting of the Hartford tho roof to lot out tho smoke. Naraw material is but a cloak by which examined. ceiling.floor-ingSaid boundary briefly Hon. Ed Porter Thompson. tional Roviow. Lodge, No. 675, F. &"A, Masons, first Roll-cal- l by counties, with three the Democratic party proposes to mentioned is as follows: Beginning Monday night in each month. All Signaling ths Cab Drlrcr. conceal the ugly and unsightly form at Victoria in Breckenride county, minutes report by representative of brethren are invited to attend regular. Hiding in a hansom will Boon o ' county or city. of Euglish Freo Trado. thence by Stone's Store to Morton's W. H. Moorb, W. M. a pleasure. A now signaling Enrollment. , Store, thence with Black Lick and machine is now attached to somo of II. Wiu.ssiiruMF.K, Sec'y. Announcement of committees, genRock Lick Creeks to Rough Creek, WASHINGTON. tho vehicles, which obviates tho neTone hern' ANoclnllon. The troubles of the Administration cessity of a faro making frantic sigthence to Towsey in Grayson county, eral announcements, Hart-lor- d, nals to tho driver with his umbrella The following is a program of the AFTERNOON. are increasing with a rapidity that thence to Groff's Crossing on the C or walking stick, an operation en Announcements, etc , 2:00. Teachers meeting of the Hartford must be appalling to the stolid occu- O. & S. W. R. R., thence .with said in- tailing much inconvenience in rainy "A Review of the Recent Legisla- Magisterial District to be held in pant of the White House. Congress railroad to a point 1 i miles west of wcainer, ino maenmo consists 01 n had hardly got through listening to Horse Branch, thence via Sulphur tion AlTectlng School Interests." C.H. Hart lord, December 23d 1893. The littlo circular disk on tho roof bearthe dreary platitudes and misleading Springs to Miller's old Mill on Pan- Dietrich, Hopkinsville. Discussion, entire work selected atour last meeting on its faco such signs as "stop," statistics, which the President's Mes- ther Creek, thence with the lines of McHenry Rhoads, Frankfort; E. A. ing is the subject of Consciousness "go on," "turn to tho right," "turn to tho loft," "pulljip to tho right." sage was full of, before bills and reso- Daviess and Hancock counties to the Gullion, Carroll county; J. W. Mas-ti- and Attention in Brooks' Mental A similar article is placed inside, and Hancock county ;GeorgeMcBroom, Science and Culture, Special work MHAI.MIOINK. lutions began to be introduced in the beginning. Paducah. asigned as follows: Mrs. Simmons and Mr. Ben Drake, tho faro has simply to turn tho point- to sell the great illustrated Family House and Senate of a nature calculaIt will be noticed that the territory "Pennsylvania Orit." of New Hope, and Mr. Jackson, of er on tho faco of tho dial to indicate Newspaper, "What we Need nt the Hands of 9 a, 111. The Nature of Consciousness, ted o be far from pleasing to the Ad- cut off is taken entirety from .three his wishes to tho driver, who finds Beat Good, 'Legislature," A. L. Peterman, (Chap. 1 ) Katie Coouibes, L. B. Drakesboro, visited this place Sunday, the pointer on the plato outsido re- live selling paper published. ministration, and facts to be made counties, viz: Breckenridge, Grayson the boya make Irora 50c to 15 every, Lexington. Discussion, J. H. Fuqua, Charlie Ellis, Annie Allen, C. the guests of P, B Taylor. spond to tho raovomont beneath. Saturday. Bend for free sample public that falsified statements made and Ohio over one-haof U from Mrs. Cora Taylor and her little Much needless language is thoroby copy and lull particulars to GRIT in the message. Senator Hoar started this county,and the county of Daviess Russellville; J. J. Glenn, Hopkins M. Crowe, William Foster, C. M. daughter and T. R. Barnard visited avoided, London the ball on the Hawaiian question by is not entered becausejit has but little county; J. M. Gilbert, McCracken Hicks. PUBLISHING CO., WilHamsport, the introduction of a resolution, which territory tospare and retain therequir- - county; Rurick N. Roatk, Lexington, Pa. The Culture of Consciousness. Mrs. Sallie Drake, of New Hope.Sun Hartford Republican was passed, calling o the President for copies of all correspondence nnd ct A V Dis-nre- l s, it-w- ill s, Hood's - Cures Locality have at this 1 two-third- blank warrants, subpoenas lor sale cheap. Send your order to us and we will fill it promptly. 120 DOLLARS Your Hear Perkins cember ic ss I car-loa- Beaver Dam high-hande- ' DEPOSIT BANK Business letters and correspondence come to this office every week addressed to the editor personally, our one-thir- d one-thir- one-hal- friends they would only think, that he away much of the time with the schools business and and news letters are both Friends, delayed. please address an such communications when know o . -- to The Kepublican, Hartford, Ky. This insures prompt atteii tion. to-da- y Eli Perkins will lecture at the Court House December 23. Everybody will be at the Court House December 23,to hear the great Lecturer, Eli Perkins. -- &fesi '. KVfc.. oZtZ i- 'f o; All communica- tions andbusiness ters chould be dressed, not to the editor personally for he is' away much of the time, but to The Building Material. Any one needing building material of any kind, such as , lumber, Republican, Ky. This sures prompt attention. windows, sash, doors, lime, cement, or builders hardware would do well to call on or write to V Caky O wensboro, Ky. Marble, n, WANTED M Lo-ne- y, lf Tit-Bit- s. -- svSAtfiffj?. iA P'W&ftfra fcv ; ,.,y v?.ff -- '..V ll.lhA-9- . K.e Jt- - :3-.- . s Sfn,fi.rV -- r- ? v "".' lUTiM. Mm&-AV- ' n ' vt mrtnrTi W. II. Williams' is headquarters for rfai-- :. . rfunnri. kl i nw n MMaeMii in u A GORG EOUS! IS THE ONLY WORD THAT CAN EXPRESS FAIR TOYS l5. OS, (SCO IMMENSE DISPLAY OF ' AND FANCY - GOODS! v " e r " . Toys ol every description and ot every Nation may ho found there. Dolls, French Dulls, English Dolls, Doll heads, Dressed Dolls, Doll Carriages, Wagons, Chair?, Stools. Bedsteads, Cradles, folding Beds, Drums, Horns, Tables, Bureaus, Washstands, Writing Desks, Ocean eSteatnors, Bail BoatB, Steam Yachts, Guns, Swords, Tree- Ornaments, Paint Boxes, Rubber Balls, Celluloid Balls, Magic Lanterns.Tin Toys of all kinds, including Horses, Linns, Elephants, Sheep, Boosters, Deer, Goats, Stables lull of Horses and Vehicles. Noah's Arks, Ten-PiHobby Hoisos, Drays, Carts, Trucks, I)11 Sofas, Dog Carts, Tin Steves, Tin Kitchen?, Utensils, Britannia Dishes, China Dishes in Dinner and Tea Sets, Vases, Carlsbad Chinas Dresden China, Gold and Silver Bronze Lamps and Pitchers, Mirrors, Ink Stands. Toilet Sets, Manicuro Sets, Glove nnd Handkerchief Boxcb, ClothBound Books, Albums. Linen Books, Pasteboard-BacBooks, all UfoNow Games, including Chewindia, Ilobin Hood, Alphabet Game, Kohla or World's Fair Game, Puzzles, Blocks, and every other Toy that could gratify a child, 8 wish. ns, k y . . Clothing Department. you the best Clothing in Ohio county. Can show you a line of all Wool Suits from $5 to $15. Elegant line of Overcoats at prices to suit the times. Wc arc prepared to show m Come to us We are again in the lead with this line. for goods that will wear you through the entire winter. BOOts jazxcl Biioes. L.' t '?' Ml Manufacture's cost, to sell at their price from now until which we propose January 1. Handsome Dlack Cloak trimmed in iur $5.00. Very Fine Cloaks in brown, tan and gray, with nnd without collar, only $5 00. Extra value in Ladies Illack nnd Veiy fine nine Cloaks, worth fio.oo; our price, $7.50. Tan Cloaks $3.oo, worth 10.00. They must go for we surely did not buy them to keep. Wc hnvc also a line of Ladles Cloth lor Capes. The very thing you want, For big bargains in the nboyc line, see, us without fall. Wc have received a new line .. OlosJx. 3D epar tment. at We have over 50 doyen handkerchiefs for the Holiday Silk handkertrade all the newest and latest patterns. chiefs in Brocaded and Plain, prices, running from 25c to Ladies fine Plain and Bordered handkerchiefs 75c each 5c each. Very fine Mull handkerchiefs 8jc. Ladies pure linen initial handkerchiefs 12J3C. Men's fine gingham bordered handkerchiefs 5c each, Men's pure linen cambric handkerchiefs 4 for 25c, extra quality. Ladies pure linen handkerchiefs, scolloped edges at 15c. Ladies very fine linen handkerchiefs 25c to 50c. Latest novelties in head rest, fancy table scarfs, chcmille table covers, fancy embroidered goods, all kinds. Rope silk, fancy balls, embroidery, silks, ice wool,satincs,all hades, for fanevwork. IDepa.r-ta3CLexi.t- A present selected from our staple line will be one by which you can be remembered a long time. We can show Notion Department. Staple I you a line of dark prints in patterns only, at per yard. Also, n beautiful line of dark prints at 5c. Handsome line of tnrkey red prints, at 6c. Pure American Indigo's, 6c. Extra Linen Damask, 25c. Very best quality of Damask, 50c. Pine line of napkins, 50c 75c and $1. per dozen. Pure Linen towels, 25c 50c 75c and' $1 per pair. Kxtra line of flannels, at 15c 20c 25c and 35c per yard. Dress flannels, all wool, 25c. Dress, all grades and of the latest values, 10c to $1.50 per yard. Very fine line These and many of gingham, from 5c to 12 c per yard. others are suitable Xmas presents. Visit us for them. 6c NICR NltW HOMINY CURRANTS, DRIED APPLES, FHACHE9, raisins, figs, dates & etc. Miss Efile Kahn, one of Ohio county's best teachers, nnd who is now' engaged in teaching at Scmtway, McLean county, visited her parents at Cromwell last Saturday. The Buford Teacher's Association convenes the 16th, instead of the 9th as was previously nnnounced. This Association is do ing good work. The meeting is with District No. 56, Mr. J. C. Barnard, teacher. Mr. G. C. Leisure and Miss Lottie Sharp, of the Washington neighborhood, were married last Sunday at the home of the bride's father, Mr. Jesse Sharp. They arc quite popular young people and Tin; RBi'"Bi.fCAN joins in lhe hearty wish that their lives may be rich in happiness. The revival at the Cumberland Church by State Evangelist, Rev. B. T. Watson, nnd Rev. J. R. Crawford, of Owensboro, is increasing in interest. Much good work has already been done and the Lord is hissing the efTorts of these two able young divines. The following is a list of marriage license since our last repo rt: T. L. Ralcy to Miss Susie Owen, T. L. Royal to Miss M. F. McCarty, John Mclntyre to Miss Belle Carmen, P. A. Robertson to Miss Ida I Miller, L. G. Weller to Miss Hanoro Lee, J. F. Sinnett to Miss Eleanor Chapman, G. C. Leisure to Miss Lottie Sharp. M. T. Duval to Miss Lldona Allen. Mr. James E. Ashby, Rockport, is the first Republican to tell the people of his desire to serve them as Jailor, His announcement will be found in another column. Mr. Ashby is an ardent Republican and nn excellent citizen. Should the people choose hinf to fill the position he seeks he will make a faithful and efficent offi cer. Mrs Alary Ann Thomas, who has been quite sick for the past several weeks, departed this life at noon Tuesday She was advanced in years and had lived a useful life, seeing her children all prosperously situated in the world The funeral services were held at her home Wednesday evening alter which the remains were laid away in the Cemetery to await the final awakening Ben Adams, who shot Tom Hardin and Mrs. P. R. Kelley, at Deanfield, - THE! CHIMNET To our store is so Large that SANTA GLAUS Will bo ablo this Yoar to Sproah for Our Patrons an Unusually Comploto Lino ot .v illlLIOH-CI'rTS- f f se- For young and old We have taken pains to lect a complete assortment in every line kept in our big store, in fact, have added to our already immense stock what we did not have, for the Holiday trade. We have not the time or space to mention every article or give prices, $but if you will come to see us, we will show you that we can and will give you more goods for One Dollar than any other house in Hartford. Come once and you will come 1 VJ again. Remember the place: M y ft 0- - ti Wc have only space to mention a few of our many Xmas Novelties. If you will visit us wo will guaranteo to show you the largest and best selected stock of Novelties in Ohio county." Although it's early yet, but these goods are moving rapidly, so join the procession and coino to see us. We remain yours truly, Wishinc in advance each of our customers n merry Xmns and prosperity in the year 180 1, F-n- e r becg. cSs co. Pkiday, Dkckmuku W. 15, 1893. The feed store is kept by Henry' Nail. Candy, Collins. 7c Wanted Wante- Butter, at Tracy & Son's. Christmas candies at Tracy & Son's. eggs, at Tracy & Son's. Hardware, cutterly etc. at White's. d- II. WILLIAMS LEADS. to Hall's for your meat. 60 EggsTmfllilttcraaV. inWilliatus. Cecil Sanders, per lb , at Stevens whcTi & Owensboro, is in Give S. O. P. Hall n call want meat. Meat! Meat!! Meat!!! At you town. A new stock of trunks nt Carson & Co's. Top corn, in the ear, at W. II. Wil- Hall's in abundance. W. II. Williams' for Bananas. is headquarters Call on C L Field for a good saddle horse. Fruit for Christmas nt Tracy & Son's. Fancy and staple candies at A D liams.' Kresh Sausage constantly on hand 2olbs of granulated sugar for W. II. Williams.' $t, nt White's. 'Owensboro wagons for sale by C at Hall's. ' . 4 'ffl fw. Y Fresh bread constantly on hand at 25u of BUST N. O. Sugar for $t Wall's. at W. II. Williams, Bring your fur nnd hides to W II in Hall has the leadiug meat-shoWilliams. tke Green River country. Cranberries, 10c per quart, at W.II. Stevens & Collins are the leaders Williams., in candies and fruits. 3. O. P. Hall keeps oysters, sar Henry Nail leads in his line. Call dines, etc. nt his place for what you need. New Millinery Goods for Christmas I.qpk at Stevens &. Collins' stock at Carson & Co's during Christuias- - it will pay you. ' For l)cst fruits and candies, call on Call on Hnll for staple and fancy Stevens & Collins. gioceries. He has a nice supply. Miss Jessie Ford went to Owcusbo-bor- o Hall's business continues to inWednesday. crease. He keeps everything freSh. Don'l forget to call on Williams & I,cavc your horse with Cascbier & Bell lor Christmas goods. Burton when you come to Hartford. Mr. Dan Wilson, of Horse Branch You can get the best of rigs at was in town Wednesday. Casebier& Burton's stable day or Sec our stock of Umbrellas. night. Causon & Co. For the best oysters, celery, cranWe are full of everything for the berries etc., call on Stevens & ColCarson & Co. Christmas trade. lins. , Don't tnlss seeing WilUams"5t Bell's Weight nnd quality of M goods line of Christmas goods before buying. strictly guaranteed nt Stevens & ColThe handsomest stock of rugs that lins. was ever brought to Hartford is at Hall handles the wonderful JapaCarson & Co's. nese Oil. It is wonderful, indeed. The Fourdeaf Clover Shoe, tliebest Try a bottle. Shoe on catth, ean only be had at Go to Wt H. Williams for Chow 20 6t Carson & Co. Chow, Sweet pickles, Olives, Horse If you need nice Xmas goods, C. R. Raddishes & etc. Martin will serve you with any kind Foil Sau5. A- - fine young horse. 'of goods kept by a jeweler. Cheap for cash. Apply to Owing to the inclement weather no S. A. Anbkkson, Hartford, Ky. meeting was held by the' Cromwell Mr. Abe Kahn, of Cromwell, who Teachers' Association last Saturday. has been in feeble health for several C. R. Martin can be found nt A. D. years Is now reported to be worse. White's store. Men, he is always ready Henry Nail's is the place for flour, to mend your watches clocks and jewmeal, bran, shlpstufTand everything elry. kept in' a well regulated feed stofe. J. D. Chapman, who has been visOysters served at all hours day or iting in town and vicinity for the past night, at Hall's stand. Remember two weeks, left Wednesday, for St. tke place,oppositc the Hartford House. Louis. Ameless Carson, our hustling Williams & Bell have a nice line of will sell 25IUS of New OrAlbums', Scrap Books, Gilt Books and Sugar for one dollnr. numerous things that will make nice leans Causon & Co. presents. p -. u, Everything in Hall's meat-sho- first-clas- s order at I, Field. - Nice pickled pig feet nt W. H.,Vll-liauis- '. Good rigs lor hire day or C L Field's. night at Toney, of Louisville. Sauer Kraut at W II Williams'. A nice necktie is always acceptable to a brother or some other young man. On last Monday the trustees ot the Indies can always find them at Fair church at Green River Union, JB. Bros & Co's. Igleheart, Thomas Bullock and Finis Remember Henry Nail for flour, Jackson brought suit in the circuit court for damages against John P. meal and feed of all kinks. He will give you the best bargains to be had Rowe and Cicero Hinchie and also sued out an injunction against them in Hartford. preventing further interference with Don't fail to try W II Williams' the church house. This may bring nice, new chrystalized pie preparation things to a final settlement, but, the finest and quickest way to make meantime a good revival in which a ' pies Try it copious shower of old fashioned Holy Mr. Clarence Walker was recently Ghost religcon might fall on the parappointed official Stenographer of the ties concerned would be a great blesLaw and Equity Division by Judge sing to the community. - about a month ago, was captured Wednesday night at the house of Eb Evans near Hunter's bridge on Panther Creek, by Miller Coleman and his seventeen year old boy. Adams offered no resistance and was brought to town at once, arriving at 7 o'clock yesterday morning and was placed in jail to await his trial at Circuit Court, lie was indicted at the last sitting of the Grand Jury, CARSON & CO ? . (Successors to Anderson's Bazaar) Next door to Bank ol Hartford. 5 PENCERIANqS ThA crrrcit nrar.tlnal nn.lnnaa Tmlnlncr. and .Shortb&tld Collegus. ThoyKlyo a riissport to business and succors. Catalogue free. Knos Spencer, Pres't, J. V. Vlsh, Beo'y. Address Sponcerlau College at cr Louisville. Ky., Owensboro. Ky., or Evansvllle, Ind. AUADUKU. . Figs ten cents per pound at W II Williams. Nice fresh pork suasage W H Williams has just returned from Louisville, where he went to purchase an assortment of fruits and at W II candies for Xmas The weather prophets say this is to be the coldest winter since 1883, but you can keep warm if you use Fair Bros & Co's blankets. Williams'. Apples, Butter and Mince meat at W II Williams'. Sec W II Williams' fine chestnuts, extra large try them Remember that C L Field's bus meets all daily trains. p! $ Henry Hooverhns opened up a meat shop in 'the Collins property on Market Street and solicits your paonly two applicants for There tronage. Call on him for all fresh Pretty things in Xmas novelties at State Certificate for this county at the meats. Fair Bros & Co's. last August Examination Misses Mrs. W. H. Owen, Owensboro, and Dora E. Gibson nnd Effie Kahn. OwBuy your sister a nice toilet set at Mrs. E. W. Johnson, Terre Haute, ing to some unavoidable delay on the Fair Bros. & Co's. were summoned last Friday Jto the part of the State Board the certificates Ammunition of every description e of their mother, Mrs. Wary were not received until last week, in abundance nt A D White's. Ann Thomas, who died Tuesday, but the young ladies are proud of them, however, not only for their arCanned goods of all kinds constantMr John P Rowe was on trial here tistic excellence, but for the high atly on hand at A. D. White's. yesterday for his scrimmage with Ves tainments to which the certificates A. D. White's grocery is lhe place Jones at Green River Union Church bear testimony and from the fact that to buy anything In the grocey line. last Tuesday. The trial was not com- they are lhe first to come to this counCall on A. D. White for everything pleted at time of going to press. ty under the new? law.in the hardware and grocery lime. We have for Xmas, Cranberries, A Rrollicr to Ben, Christmas is the time to be merry Currants, MinccMeat, Prunes, Buns, The neighborhood east of town in over Fair Bros & Co's bargains. Oranges, Bananas, Fresh Oysters Ui which "Dock" Stevens was for so first-clas- s Nice peach and currant jelly 50c and everything found in n many years a living terror to good Tkacy & Son. Grcoery. per pound at W II Williams'. Try it. and evil alike, still maintains its repYoung men leave your orders with utation for neighborhood quarrels. Just received, a nlcelot of Hardware, nails, hinges nnd etc, at A D.White's. W II Willams lor a nice basket of For some time trouble has been brewfruit and candies for a present to your ing between John Long and PendleA suggestion for Christmas in fact friends for Christmas it will be at- ton Tyro's family. About two weeks Bros. & a whole lot of them nt Fair tended to promptly as he has everyago the climax, or at least one cliCo's. thing necessary max, was reached, when John Long The new meat shop of Henry Hoovcaught Tyro's wife in the woods and George Raddish, Horton, and Mrs er is the place to get all your fresh gave her a severe whipping, It seems Hulda Lewis, Fordsville, were marmeats. Mrs. Tyro had been taking her chilried at the Clerk's Office yesterday dren a part of the way to school that Bros morning, Dr S Coleman pronouncToyn for the children nt Fair J morning and was returning through & Co'b. We are doing our best to ing the ceremony which gave George woods home. Just as she canle light them, his third wile and Hulda her third the to a turn in the road she was accosted A. D. White keeps sugars of all husband. by a man with a handkerchief tied kinds constantly on hand. Give him James Dewees and sous, Frank and about his face and whom she recoga call. She told him Jim, Olaton, were hunting last 'Sat- nized as John Long. urday and cut a tree for a coon. When she knew him and that it was useless Beautiful lime Smyrna Rugs at to have any further trouble as they Fair Bros. & Co's. cheapest and best the tree fell a limb parted from the had all been to the Court House once and fell upon Frank fracturing tree in town. his skull He died from the effects over their quarrel. Long proceeded to knock the woman down and to beat The Halcyon days are here and the of the wound. her with a heavy switch he carried, season is suggestive of lively sales at Judge J. S. Gfenn and family, who A large stock of STAPLE and FAN-CW H Williams has 'just returned and when she would have screamed Bros & Co's. Fair groceries, wholesale nnd retail, have spent sometime visiting friends from Louisville where he has purchhe choked her and threatened to " WilWe want your butter and eggs-hig- hest ased the nicest assortment and relatives jn nndt around Beaver' constantly on hand, at W, II. of fruits 'blow her brains out," so she says, price in goods of mpuey. liams.' Dam returned home Tuesday. etc., such as bananas, oranges daes, nnd last Tuesday week In the exam-In- g ii. 1. in Tracy & Son. Raisins, California grapes, nuts co- trial Long was held under $300 Misses Attye Austin and Virgle, Ifyon are going to give your wife, Turn over a new leaf ahfl write a canuts, figs, pineapples, etc, things bond, and being unable to give it he mother or sister a Christmas present, Hocker, of .Beayer Dam, wcrcthe ( ! corpe aid see bur stock' of furniture, guests. of Misses ( ,Lydia;and$Berta vow that next year, you will econo I too numerous to mention. Come and was lodged with Jailor Thomson to ' await the action of Circuit. Court. ,. ; rugs,notlons? etc.- - Causon & Co.-- Morton Sunday, .'r mize by trading with Fair Bros &' Co. sec for yourself. 4 bed-siddc-v-V . 1 The Rockport Masonic Lodge will give a supper night the 16th, for the benefit of their newly erected hall, which by the way is one of the finest in this part of the State outside of Owensboro. In connection with the supper Judge R. H. Thompson, of Louisville, will deliver a lecture on Masonry to the general public. Everybody shouldturn out for a good time awaits those who attend. The Eastern Star Degree will be conferred at 1 o'clock in the evening. Mr. C. F. Westerfield has returned from Washington City, where he had been in the interest of a patent in which he is connected. Revs. B. F. Jenkins and W. D. Cox are conducting a series of meetings at Bell's Run. Efforts are being made to establish a Baptist Churclj at Ada-bur,With the subscription already secured and the promised assistance of the Mission Board the work oft building a house is expected to begin ' soon. Uur school at tins place is progressing nicely, notwithstanding the epidemic of mumps which is sweeping over the vicinity. Rousseau Weller is very low with pneumonia at this writing. Dr. J. W. Patton spent several days this week visiting relatives at Pleasant Ridge. T. P. Ralph, of Pleasant Ridge, spent Saturday night and Sunday in this place, the guest of Dr. J. W. Patton and family. Joseph Westerfield and his accom- plished daughter, Miss Emma,, of Pleasant Ridge, visited relatives near Bell's Run last Saturday and Sunday. Don Juan. g. It Never Falls. Harris & Buquo, Erin, Tenn. .manufacturers of the celebrated Erin Lime have in their employ, in the various departments of their business, several hundred men. The firm writes for Drummond's Lightning Remedy for Rheumatism, and say they have cured in every instance. The remedy always gives satisfaction. If the druggist cannot furnish it, write to 0 the Drummond Medicine Co. , Maiden Lane, New York, and the remedy will be sent to your address. Agents wanted. 48-5- y Hi $ ' ' t VJ to hear Perkins' lecture has been reduced to the low sum of 35cts. Keserved seat tickets are on sale at Williams & Bell's drug The admission store. At Home. Having had an excellent season"on the road" with my splendid photographing outfit I have now establishCntnrrb In the llenil ed my gallery permanently nt my Is undoubtedly a disease of the blood, new house In Beaver Dam, Ky., where' and as such only a reliable blood pur- I am fully equipped for doing all ifier can effect a perfect and perma- kinds of photographic work. CabiInstantanenent cure. Hood's Sarsaparillais the net photo's a specialty. Call best blood purifier, and it has cured ous photographs of children. and see my work. Very truly. many very severe cases of catarrh, A. D. Taywr. Catarrh oftentimes leads to consumption. Take Hood's Sarsaparilla beBnliaiairffaterial. Any one needing building material fore it is too late. of any kind, such as lumber, ceiling, Hood's Phls do not purge, pain or flooring, windows sash, doors, lime, gripe, but act promptly,' easily and cement, or builders, hardware, .would efficiently. 25c. do well to call on or write toCary & Marble, Owensboro, Ky. YonrLame Buck, And the painful torture in joints and Not one minute elapses between the muscles is nothing but Rheumatism, taking of One Minute Cough Cure Nothing but Rheumatism kills peo- and relief. Why shouldn't people Nothing like Drummond's take One Minute Cough Cure? They ple. Lightning Remedy for speedy relief should. They do. L, B. Bean. and quick cure. One trial will convince anyone that it is a wonderful DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve ctdans-e- s, preparation. Accept nothing in its purifies and heals. It was made place, for nothing else will do the for that purpose. Use it for burns, work. It should be sold by all drug- cuts, bruises, chapped hands, sores gists who take pride in keeping of all descriptions and if you have abreast with recent discoveries in piles use it for them. L. B. Bean. medicine. For full particulars, testimonials, etc., write to the Drain-mon- d Coughing lends to Consumption; 0 medicine Co , Maiden Kemp's Balsam stops the cough at once. Lane, New York, Agents wanted. 48-5s &l "W .Vj V f,- - FITS. All fits stopped ftee by Dr. Lane's Medicine moves the Bowels No-fitNerve Restorer. every day. In order to be healthy Kline's Great day's use. Marvelous after first necessary. this is cures. Treatise and $2.00 trial bottle free to Fit cases. Send to Dr. Kline, ' St, rhlla., Pa. For sale by 36 ty all druggists; call on yours. f r AS" v ;! , , HoarPerkinsr 931-Arc- " , N.J n f- -r I x .X .! 4 N,. 4 ,IC V " A I ua' .fa u. r V,'; Wr mmm - ' - - ' a Jb't , 'iWIrS'-"t- " " C "rV t . fll ,.' M i Hartford Republican I'aidav, DitCKMnim ALASI of dnnlitful kin Ciini'j Ikium'iI lilinM-l- f my heart within, A thorn-li- is, 1893. linvo recognized mo. It wns nVcry quiet street wo wero running up, nnd our strnngo procession little notice. Tho chaso was soon ovor. I caught Dawson just as ho caught Lydia. For a moment wo nil stood panting. Then Dawson gasped again: "My A SCORCHER. Stinging Arraignmont oi l'rosidont Oiovo- land, . Lydia seemed very agitated. Of course Mnjorol n ( aliirnilii Tnn 11 Ilrlltrmn m m . T7T". ' "' "'""'"iroior juiiAi't.uinrrom rorrm I camo to her rescue. Avoiding DawWiilrti Hny I'en- '""."I 5""'9 no slcknosi., mid may bo given In a cun of tm orStoBtfava. rerfectlv harm Mnrk 1 hastily told my shameful ui mo pauoiu, wiiq mil volunturlly stop smoking or chewing in in few dayi" uk son's eye, ctrnlp Ktrn til lllilror And Kilcd about, nnd furled Ills wlnm. And tiled ny liuurt's lonj silent alrUigs, talc. Lydia's faco brightened, but still the IIIk IIooh, iMiitsi: mt.iM'it, thero was apprehension in her looks. And to the Miun.l lie wakened tlicro ..... Mr. J. Perry has moved to Spring ;, iiiuuiuui our sri'v.lAl, QOLD CURB TAHLBTS I annu tout: tiiwn tlio air "This lady, beliovo me," I said, "is eniiriiiK irraunrni patients nro al owed tho freo tiso of J.lnuor or The followingstitigiiig arraignment Lick to take charge of his hotel and ' tirely blameless. Of conrso alto thought "''voluntarily givo them A sonR, nnd tones, and ever raoro tho umbrella was my own. My solo con- of Cleveland nnd his administration is saloon. I neer sane so sweet lieforo ho risTi .0 iv; .r.Vr;:,K v" '"j ?. Lii,ri,.w'?o.'-a.w- i Testimonials W. M. Aw try and Lie Mason nrc solation, Dawson, is to think that had taken itout the Gunison, Colo., Triour X ABLXTS. ,...c..0 nuuiiuiu uuuuuunii vy ttw Until a w hlspcr came and staid HILL'S TARLPTR nrn far nnln mausooi tiin.K. ... till from persons you been in my placo you would have bune. It is evident that the advojatej in Louisville buying their winter Tlio sn eetest songs I cicr made. S I.OO per imck-iso- . s dono tho samo." u who have boon of free coinage of silver, who hankerSI.OO stock of goods, And told me 'twas n very sin and wvsiw JVUU; IVIU11I mail, a packago of our see," remarked Dawson rude"I don't Had made himself so snug w Ithlnt Tablets. ourod by the uso of Mr. Hnrdin Daughcrty is Lf.ek in you to think mo a ed after nnd voted for a "change,"nrc ly, "why it consoles w.rl,0rtK',.r.nnmo nn1 nl'lrcis plnlnly, nnd stato And so I took that busy sprite, Mhrr Tablets aro lor Tobacco, Mornblno or not singing bongs of joy nt the "way our town again. n thief." Llq uor Habit. A Tliat tv as my helper and del lent, I preserved a dignified silenco. things ate going." Dr. S. J. Wedding was in town DO NOT nn DCCEIVm Into pnrehaslng And ilroto him far hefore my fears "However," ho continued, "if this, Tim Onto chemical Oo.t Tuesday. nflMfiil fnw a ilr. PreA.I. . And cleansed his dwelling with my tears. .J To Almighty Cmjvw.and i . . t'rr "' young lady has quito finished with my Diak Sir: I hmo been nilnir Your 'i iVr " ,t- euro for tobacco habit, nnd round It would Mrs. J. II. McDanitl is 011 the Lick " Hut since t turned him out of door property, perhaps sho will bo good enough vious, to the close ol the Deiuoctntic onlr bv do whnt you claim for 11. I used ten centa I sing my hainy BonRi no more. to givo it mo back." worth of tho slronKCt chewing tobnecondsy, IBrJ county convention Tuesday, Edward list. Maud Egerton King. and lrom ono to flo clRiirs) or I would smoko TIIIC Lydia did not tako tho hint. Sho clung b'loyd Amnions is in Cuneyvillc. om ten tn lortv nines of tobneco. Hnva chewed Croke, Mnyorof Irwin, arose nnd ofto tho umbrella. and smoked for twenty live year, nnd two tiaclrnKcs OHIO CHEMICAL Misses Mary and S trail Aw try are CO,, of your Tablets curtxl 1110 i I hnyonodcalre for It. "If If you would bo so kind," she fered the following to Almighty if 1. llAl IAJIKU, A4.'Slie, .1UCU. 61,63 4 65 Opera block, stammered, "as to lend it to mo for to- Cleveland. The voice was filled with visiting relatives til Rockpott Donna Feriit. N. Y. 1 School-hous- e Tnc OnioCnxuiciLCo.! Oentlehiem: Somotluiuaso I Kent day tho weather is still threatening The new at this place emotion, and the reporter found it LIMA, OHIO. for tl.OU worth nr vmir TnlilLn f or Tnlmcco llublt. 1 Tho rain was pourPatterl patl int! would return it tomorrow." them nil rlfflitAnil.Althnuirh f wAHlMithnliifivvfimokerandchewor. difficult to get every word. But here is going up rapidly under tin. uum ing down on the glass portico. A sudI'AKTICULAnS they did tho work tn Icsathun threndnys. Initt cured. "Your request, mndnm, is a modest ngement of Conttactor Uozarth, of 55 Truly youn, MATIIEW JOHNSON, I'. O.Boi 43. is: it den storm had swept up out of n cloar 0110," answered Dawson sarcastically, FREE. l'lTTinunuii. Pa. Caneyville It is hnptd the he sky. Evory ono was caught unawares. "but, ns you obscrvo, tho weather is nnd powerful CleveTnROnioCnEHICALCo.: aENTl.EMEMl It itItcs mo nloaaure to apeak a "Oh, almighty M V ku.n v,l atmntrlv nililtrtiul tnthHimonf Wont of tintlM, fur The stray cabs wero seized in a moment, threatening, nnd I want my umbrella. land, who will be completed and the school be ' D art in Washington when llnilor. nnd throuitii a friend. I wan led tn trv TourTiiblet. Ho waa a heavy and tho omnibuses crowded before you could Kindly givo it me." ronatAQt drinker, lint arterunlnir vuiirTnbleta butthrrodara gun by January. 15. look around. There was actually only and will not touch liquor of any kind. I tiavo waited four mouth bvforo writing "Itenlly, Dawson, to obligo n lady" 1 not fibbing; thou nrt the father ol you, In order to kuow tho euro wu permanent, Mr. J. B. McDauinl has about com l'oura truly, ono umbrella in tlio stnnd by the door of began. 's r..- Ruth nnd Ruth sister, and Maria liltS. HELEN MOnniSON. pleted his elegant hotel This buildtho Cnfo do Luxe. I stood, in a now hat you buy her nn umbifcl-la?- " "Why don't Cincinnati, Onto. boy, Oscar, and the The Ohio Chemical Co: Gentlemen: Tour Tablet havo performed nmlrnclo in tnycoae. nnd n light gray frock coat, and eyed sneered Dawson. Ufl of the Democratic party, (its father ing adds very materially to the for wnn rMH . nml uuyu un'D fl,r.Ml vy innum nf . ." . I hllVn. lined llllirnlllnp. hv,intii.nil-nllt- f : ?:...-.-'- ' : " )Bcka(fca ui. your iuumw, and tho umbrella speculatively. know tho I "If sho would accept it, I should bo" w. u lArruiAY, of the town. without any effort on uiy part. owner. Ho had just gono to lunch. He I stopicd. To my surprieo, Lydia laid wouldn't own it if he were here,) we Ailitrt-Mall Ortlcii-- to Mr. W. L. Graves went to Eords-viil- e was a largo and long luncher. I was in her hand on my arm nnd said: "Oh, do, had thy name as the great political I RFSPOHSIBLE Wednesday. n hurry. Perhaps tho storm would pass. please! And may I keep this till wo get (AGFNIS WANTED We bow prophet of the century. S I could send it back by a commission Ol, 03 and DO Opora Clock. LI?A, OHIO. The stave factory is expected to to tho shop?" down before thee in humble political naire. I was very apt to tako cold, and I did not understand her, but wo turned start up about the first of the year. my appointment was really very imporround nnd begnn to walk, looking for a obedience. When thou sayest go, we Mr. G. I,. Brady and family retant. shop. Sho was n very strango girl. She go, when thou sayest come, we come. Thus prompted of satan, I put forth lagged behind. I had to wait twice for We have no desire but to serve thee. turned Monday from visiting friends my hand toward the umbrella. At tho her. On co sho took n turning ns though and relatives in Owensboro and . moment I perceived, liko n stngo vilto lenvo us, and when I called her back If thou sayest black is white we will I'ordsville. IIindo. to it and lick the man who dis-- 1 lain, that I was observed. In fact, I was sho pouted. swear ' not alone. A young lady of most atSuddenly Dawson looked up. ptttes it. When thou takest snttfT we tractive nppearanco stood a few feet "It rains," ho said. sil-- 1 QuIbbUs of the Luwr. will sneeze; when thou sayest free from me, also under tho portico, gazing It did rain. A man was indicted wistfully out into tho wet. Sho wore n "Put up tho umbrella," said Dawson ver we will echo the vords;when thou bo the story goes, and for burglary, tho ovidenco summer costume. Sho looked at her roughly. sayest gold then gold it is. We are watch, then again at tho storm, and "Let tho lady liavo it," said I indig- Democrats after the itnptoved modem clearly proved that ho had cut a holo through a tent in which soveral ter-fon- s murmured disconsolately, "Oh, I shall nantly. type. Our business is to vote the wero sleeping and then, insertbe late." An instinct of generosity over "Wo'll share it," grinned Dawson. What-i- s ticket and vote 'er straight. Y ithout another thought for ing hU head and arm through tho came me. "You can get wet." my sensitivo chest or my light gray suit, But Lydia did not put it up. it to us whether we have free silver holo, had abstracted from tlio tent with h firm proprietary air, I laid hold Tho rain's not much," sho faltered. 0r not? We are but dogs that eat the several articles of considerable value of Dawson's umbrella. It was now pouring. With a muttered It was argued by tho prisoner's fall from our master's "Allow mo," said I, "as cabs seem unoath, Dawson snntched tho umbrella crumbs that counsel inasmuch as tho man crumbs fall we wag had not that attainable, to offer you an umbrella." from her. Lydia shrieked nnd rnn nway tables. When the actually entered tho tent A glad light leaped into her eyes. "Oh, liko n frightened rabbitran nt tho top our tails; when they lall fast we wag with his entire hotly ho had not comI couldn't," sho said. "What would you of her speed np tho street again. faster; when they don't fall we stand mitted tho offenso charged and theredo:--" "Stop, stop!" I cried. "Stop, my dear and wait until they do. This is Demfore must bo discharged. Miss Lovelock." "I don't mind a wetting," I answered Tlio judge, in his charge to tho ocracy. This is the kind of Democ"Holy powers!" exclaimed Dawson. heroically. "Pray Utko it. You can great and jury, told them that in cno they He had opened tho umbrella. As ho did racy which elected thre.otir send it back hero at your leisure" (Dawwero not taisfied that tho whole man son could not have much woro than finbo thero was a thud on tho pavement almighty Cleveland. Oh, most ndor-e- d wns involved in tiro crime, thoy ished his Boup). two, thrto thuds. In ntnazo I looked master, ne love thee lor what thou might bring ia a verdict of guilty "I couldn't think of it," sho repented. down. Thero lay a silver cigaretto caso, two purses and a gold watch. Dawson hast not done for us. We love thtc against as much of him ns wns thus "You will get soaked through." Ziicji- k. - " involved. Tlio jury, nftor a short A Midden thought struck me. After burst into maniacal laughter as he poiut-e- d because thou art Cleveland. We hums.T. nil, I had no business to loso sight of at Lydia's retreating figure. That bly surrender ourselves to thee Do period of consideration, found tho Dawson's umbrella. girl could run. wilt Though wheat right nrm, tho right shoulder and the "Perhaps," I ventured to suggest, "our For a moment I stood dumfounded. with us as thou head of tho prisoner guilty of burgroads Ho tho same way. It's a largo umWhat a revelation! Dawson chuckled in is but forty cents a bushel we love lary. brella." And I opened it. It was not a satanic glee. Sadly I stooped down and thee; though cotton is low we love Thereupon tlio judge sentenced tho We manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal directly with very largo umbrella, but how could I picked up tho puri-es- , the cigaretto caso fiee; though business is dull we love right nrm, tho right shouldor and tho know that? and tho watch. reasconsumer, thus saving him the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices millions, are head of tho prisoner to imprisonment the "Great Scott!" 1 cried, nnd my hand thee; though thousands, "I go this way," said she, with n moat hard labor In tho stato prison for onable, and wc guarantee satisfaction. Respectfully, out of employment we love thee: flew to my waistcoat pocket. tion of her head westward. years, remarking, with n half "My way," I cried. "Come, this is It was my watch! though our children arc clothed in two glanco at tho discomfited counsel, I did not prosecute Lydia because 1 rags we love thee; though our wife, providential." that as to tho rest of his Ixxly he Wo started. could not have overtaken her, and for , is might do with it whatover ho pleased. "If you wouldn't mind taking my other reasons. It was altogether too t'ic dear comp. nion of our boso.i Youth's Companion. nrm," said I, "wo should bo better shel- sad, too disheartening, too disappoint- scantily dressed and looks so shabby Owen.1 bnro. i(v. ing n discovery. Duwton, howover, ob- she can't go to church, we love thee; tered." The Shell. "Oh, perhaps wo should. Thank yonl" served that it seemed to him an excel- though we are sinking deeper in nrrjtmja.'j.'vj ui. And sho ncutled quite closo to me. We lent example of poetic justice in real life. The biggest shells aro fouiul oa a debt and poverty i staring us in the largo barrier reef of tho Indian ocean, walked along, talking. My left shoulder St. James Gazette. Sclenting American This shows 1,200 miles long, east of Australia, face, we love thee still. got all tho drippings, buUomehowI was Agency for indifferent to that. our great faith and love for thee. Our Here tho monsters come up on tho Art S"S JnUn Oranges. "Are you suro you nro thoroughly KiP, A bpecinl feature of Jaffa oranges wives and children c aie willing to rocks, which aro nlmo6t inaccessible, sheltered?" I asked. is that thoy will koop from 30 to 40 nioiher and grow to weigh over 300 pounds. "Perfectly," sho answered. "But days, and if properly pocked for two sacrifice, even as the Hindoo bisacrifices her offipung by throwing it Tho Smithsouian hns ono of theso you're not, I'm nfraid. You'ro too kind. valves iu its collection which stands months nnd oven three months. New Mamma will bo so grateful," jugover 3 feet high. It hits n saw tooth orange groves nro lcinglnkl out con- under the crushing whieis ol lbs OAVEAT8. I liked this simple friendliness. 9Jf!mfTRADE tinually, and now there nro 400 ae gernaut Oh, in ghty ClcavelrJt l.wrds odgo nnd inside n largo muscle scar. MARK. "I thought tlicro was 110 clianco of DESIGN PATENTS. Tho natives stand in as much fear of i.'00 15 years ago. Jaffa itself cannot express our love for thee. We rain today. You nro moro careful, Mr. against COPYRIGHTS. atoJ now contains 42,000 inhabitants in- love our patty, too. What care we theui as they do of a mud elephant, Dawson." For Information and freo Handbook write to MU.NN X CO- - HA UllOAUWAT. NlW Yonlt. AND- stead of 15,000 ns formerly. Unfor- about the many promises it made and many traditions aro common- - OMnt bureau for pecurlnir patenta In America. I could not repress a little start. Kfery patent taken out br ui Is tirougl l' for "You know my name?" tunately tho Jaffa oranges aro com- We know it promised free silver, and among them of how anns and legs the public b a notice mrca (roo ol charge Iu Ihm She laughed merrily. havo been bitten off. Exchnngo. paratively dear, owing to tho cost of "It's on tho umbrella half nn inch production. Orange growing in Syria we sknow it won't give it to us, but Qrotf. long," sho said. "I couldn't help readis conducted exclusively by natives. we will stick to the party. We know farcMt rtrralAtlrm of Grog, n mixture of spirits and waing it." xrurltL tfiJouilldlr HJuiirntwl Each ortuigo garden contains about we said if it did not do the things it ter, was so called from Admiral Verbiin enouij d wiinoui Thero it was "Joshua Dawson, 4 Cal2,000 square feet of planted area, promised to do we would leac it, but rcArt fUUMX iDODin I'uuusucus, iSUl llnudwaj, non, a distinguished British sailor. ceolaria Villas, West Kensington, W." equal to nlxi'ut 1,300 trees to tho hecwe lied when we said it. We thought Ho always wore a grogram coat and Somehow tho address nnnoyed me I tare (nearly 21 ncrea). then we had some manhood about us, wns called "Old Grog" by his sailors. niybflf live in St. James street. ZISTISQriHTI. Tho trees begin to bear tho fourth we ain't. We have no indepen"A strango way to mako acquaintance, year Ho introduced tho ration of spirits omx QtMsmr. after planting, but it is estimat- but isn't it?" sho asked, with n coquettish ed that it takes boven yeflrs and dence. Thou, oh, Cleveland, hait all into tho naval bill of faro, and the glance. We are mixture nt once received hw nick"Delightful. But you haven't allowed sometimes eight years before an the manhood in the parly. orango orchard yields n remunerative fools, liars, lickspittles, mudsills. name. mo to mako acqunintnuco with you yet. Haven't you your nnmo nnywhero about crop. During nil this timo nnd oven We have no business to want anyA Solemn Ilanoe. afterward, the orchards have to be thing or to say anything. you?-- ' Last year Thoy havoa singulnr kind of danco -"My natno is Lydia Lovelock," she watered continually, and this irrigawc conducted ou tho greens of country said. "Don't you liko it? Ifa prettier tion is tho most difficult and tho most wo favored free silver and now little t umbrella! Tilled" rnijfr preserve the McKinlcy bill; establish State banks, foster trusts; bribe congressmen with patronage; fish whenever, thou wilt, limit snipe whenever thou carc.it to. and we will endorse everything thou doest, catry Cleveland roosters, campaign torches, and forever more sing thy praise. Amen.,' (IVAIUKTLi: remember: nnd toour rrsmmslbll Invito tlio must tV Iff! IrJ carciul InvcstTKittlouiis ij uuu iiu Hiutjia uj uur 3I aj Si Double Chloride. nf finlr. Tattrtc T rm l.rtmMutit.in...i r vv w" WE - READ IjESTlMO 01 LL'S )(iiruruKRlKtlo-nuotketptbcm,enclosou- mMMMM If 7 j rjjAJAtMcR AUU1UIS wmwMmii titt ttt mm h A CUHK .X vwi mum mm m jmraiwi habit as.ffrtM5'jaftTr' ,...,., 11 droi-Kl-iis- $ Hill's Tablets. 't f-n- - 1 - THAT UMBRELLA. itf Hal-pin- god-fath- ' ..- THE OHIO CHERHCAL CO., - ... So.ui.etlB;jlit vwmirvnrr'y i if ff,y . J.' -t- Z. are are F. A. AMES & CO. lllu-ce- it f?m. NSW TORS fVirT-EE- Ui.X WEIILf gmvdm Smwtam WHITE'S QREAlfr FOR 20 YEARS J ttirlUEM-V- l KlbKINS mm to ONE YEAR -- 5' than yours." "Certainly prettier than Joshua I, wishing Dawbon had chanced id and cried, darting forward: Only 11 Hoy "My umbri'llar The above charming booklet sent With a little scream Lydia turned nnd by mail for One Dollar. 10 i2t fled. Dawson was after her liko nn ar G. Wkhjiit, Richardsville, Ky. Why, oh, I fr Dawson. I pursued row. why, dhl she run nway? Surely sho must ' to bo n duko. "Joshua Dawson isn't pretty," bIio observed, with candid eyes; "now, is it?" "Then you wouldn't tako my name instead of yours?" I asked, to keep up the conversation. "Your umbrella's enough to tako for ono day," sho said, with 11 blush. As she spokosho slippfd und nil but fell on the shilling pavement. Shu gave a little cry, "Oh, my ankle!" and leaned heavily 1110. I held her up. "I believe I'vo wrenched it badly," she added. "Oh, what 11 lot of trouble I'm giving you Mr. Dawi-onl- " I givo j ou my Sho looked lovely word, positively lovely in her pain nnd distiess. I don't think I said ho, but 1 said something, for sho blushed again n sho answered: "That's very nice of joit, but how am I to get home?" "I must coiiio with you." I Baid. Sho shook her head. "I can manage now." "But you'll never bo ablo to get out." "Oh, jes. But perhaps tlio rain's almost stopped may I keep tho umbrella? There 111 e bteps to mount to our door, nnd" Now. could I do unything elso thnn press D.iWboa'w umbiell.i upon hur? Slit took it, tnd m ith a hibt bewitching winili vimihhed from my sight. I turned and utmost ran buck to tliodfo do Luxo.dc terminal to uako a clean bieast of it ti Davnuit. When I was 50 yards off, I saw him onour tho poitico. Tho mannger nnd four waiters stood round him in din consolato nttitudes. Ono or two of hi remarks ho was talking ery my ears. I changed my mind I would wait till ho was calmer. I turned nway, but at that iiiEtant Daw Ron caught sight of me. A second latci ho was pouring tho btory of his wrong into my ear. Hero camo my ft'tal weakness. I lei him go on. Ho tool: mo by tho arm and walked 1110 off. I could not Cheapo liliu and nil tho way ho thundered ugainsS tho thief. "If it costs mo 20, I'll bring him tc Hcally I dared justice!" ho declared. not break it to him just'et. Suddenly from round a sharp comer thero camo upon us almost running in , with to us Lydia Lovelock Dawson's umbrella in her hand. He had been narrowly scanning ovcry umbrella wo passed. Ho scanned this one ui-oloud-reached hen-elf- "laborious part of tho work in connection with orange growing, inasmuch as tho water has to bo drawn by means of moro or less primitive watenvhoels from wells 100 feet deop. Exchnngo. Tho I.'urth'i Crust. Ono of tho niOTt interesting con- clusions to which geologists now is that the major portion of tho earth 'n crust consists of granite, gneiss and mica slate, and that Uscso as a rulo aro not only crystallino in structure, but novcr contain remains of organized hubstnncef- l- plants nnd animals or portions of other stones. Tho gneiss and mica slato aro composed of tho samo materials or minerals as tho granites, only arranged somowhat differently that is, in gneiss thoquartz and foldspnr aro very closely aggregated, whilo I ho mica appears in scales between strata of tho samo. Thus it is that gneiss is really n stratified rock, and if a or break bo mado at right angles to tho strata it presents a striped appearance, tho quartz and tho feldspar being nearly white and tho mica a narrow baud of green. Tlio gneiss is intermediate between gruuito and mica blate, nnd is often found be tween theso rocks, lying over tho former and under tho latter, though sometimes tho transition is so gradual as to Iw hardly perceptibleNow York Sun. as-beseo-tio- n A nnuivorsary of tho Christina era. A greut expedition will start out, numbering, it is thought, somo 1,000 persons, who will go entirely around tho world holding rottbing religious services at ovcry important stopping placo. Tho first bervico will bo hold 111 San Francisco and tho last in Now York. Bombay, Jerusalem, Homo nnd London will bo taken in on tho way, Tho sorvices aro to o entirely Soveral weeks will nonsoctariun. elapse between each bouvico, and it ia calculated that tho oxpeditlou will tako a year in making its rounds, and that it will cost each of tho crusaders about $1,000. Exchange. earth with a buries of religions conventions on tho nineteen hundredth A movement is on foot to girdle tho Year's Itellelous Olebratlon. have to oppose it. We favored it then because we thought it was right. We oppose it now, most adored master, because thou tellest us to. Atn't wc Did ever a honey of the first water? dog serve his master more faithfully? Oh, Did ever dog get less for it? mighty master we arc ever ready to serve thee and the party. All the pay we ask is to be patted on the back by some local politician and called a good We ain't got any sense. Democrat We don't want any, only enough to vote the ticket. It don't take any What sense to be a good Democrat. a joyful thought! We don't have to think. We don't have to worry'. Our work is mapped out lor us. All that is expected ol us is to do what we are told to do. We thank thee.oh.Cleve-laifd- , that we are Democrats. We thank thee lor the panic. We thank thee for the hungry and idle men and women in the land. We thank thee for low ptices. We thank thee for the for the banks that have busted and the thousands of business failures since thou hast come into power. We thank thee for the hard times. We thank thee for tiic rags our children wear. We thank thee for the clothes We our wife needs and can't get. thank thee for what thou hast done for the banker and what thou hast not done for the people. We thank thee for all these things because it is our duty as a good Democrat to do so. It may be "against the grain," but we will medicine. take our We will work our wives to death, starve our children, sacrifice our homes, crucify liberty and kill prosperity, but will never go back on our dear old party, nnd on thee our most adored Cleveland. Thou art more account than all of us put together. Thou knowest more than the south and west. Call us fools; spit in our faces; wipe your feet on us; wc love thee all the more. And now, our great political father, we leave us in thy care. Do with us as thou wilt. Kick silver into the middle of the next century; give more privileges to the national banks; issue more bonds; Tillages iu Ruwin. Tho danoerti stand apart, n knot of young men here, n knot of maidens there, each hex by itself nnd silent as a crowd of mutoH. A piper breaks into a tuno, a youth pulls off his cap aud challenges his girl with a wave nnd bow. If tho girl is willing, sho waves her handkerchief in token of assent. Tlio youth advances, tokos a corner of tlio handkerchiof in his hand and lends his lassio round and round. No word is spoken and no laugh is heard. Stiff with cords and rich with braids, tho girl moves heavily by horsclf, going round and round nnd nover allowing her partuor to touch her hand. Tlio pipo goes droning on for hours in tho samo sad koy nnd measure, and tho prize of merit in this "circling," ns s tho danco is called, is given by to tho lassio who in all that summer rovolry has novcr spokea and nover smiled. Hpoo-tator- VERMIFUGE EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. Vntmt Has led all Worm Remedies. SOLO KVTJUYWIIKHU.. , Address all orders to 11AUTF01UJ REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Kentucky iliillPw between L0USVILL 4 Com to Hartford -- TO SEE THE- IHseAse Gernia. and WITH MEMPHIS, 4 GV Tlio explanation of tho bacteriologist as to tho difference in, tho effect of disease gorms on tho human organism is simply that of tlio Bible. 8omo gorms fall on good ground and multiply, othors on stony ground nnd fail to grow or wither at onco. When a typhoid gonn ia breathed into tho lungs, it perishes just as do tho myriad of othor gorms which wodnily breathe. It is far othorwko if It is swallowed with tho food or drink, and finds after running tho gantlet of tho Juices of tho stomach a suitable placo for growth in tlio intestines. Tlio germ grows and multiplies, and o tho ordinary phenomena of tho result. Baltimore Sun. dia-cas- PULLMAN BUFFET Sleeping Cars' V FItOM AND TO l,OU!NVII,l,t:,.1ir.MI'IIIH,VI!KriIIIUt iiato.n no(Ji:,niui xr.woiti,i:.iT, vlit Me miiliN. ' ,- -"- "5 -- '&? - The Quick and Desirable Route TO AND FOM Now York I'lilladt'lpliia Hftltimnro Wanlilntton Norfolk Ulil Tolnt Cotntort Itlrhinnml llulTtilo Clevuliind Toledo UIiIchk" lndlnnHpolla SPRING OPENING OF- Field's car of Buggies just from the Davis Carriage Company. C. L. Ho will savo you MONEY by Buying from HIM. sell you a Buggy, Harness, Lap Duster nod Whip from up to $75.00. in Cincinnati. iVill IGO.'OO Olnclnnitti l.ouUvillu Enstorn and Northoastern Points One of Toole'a Johea. is thoroughly equipped and in condition, and provldeaan oxcol-lon- t nrrangemont in time and through enrs A fkatubb Is thetlmo and convenlonco grace, na no clorgvman would bo ocured by tho himlted Express Trains. present. When Toolo rapped oa tho Only a nioiit's ridk botweon Loulsvlllo tablo as a signal for grace, and tho and Memphis, and tho best and quickest 80 men aroso to their feet, tho faces sorvlco botwocn the twocltlcsoverofl'erod. of tho company wore a study nover and all Uenlreilinrorma-HoTIckels.Tline-Tatilesecured by applying to J. H.TIeliciior to bo forgotten. Exchango. Until, or Airentnt llenver tho great comedian, is an practical joker. Several years ago ho gnvo supper to 80 of his friends, but ooforohand ho wroto a noto privately Jbo each ono asking him if ho wouldbo so good us to say Toolo, and Memphis Vicksburg Union Kouro How Urlottn Mobile Mttlo Hock Mot Springs nnd points Iu Weat Tennessee Toxns Arkansas Mississippi Louisiana and tho South and HOUTIIWE8T, s Tholko The Davis Carriage Company has the reputa-- . ; Orst-cla- tion of building tho beat Buggy for tho money of jury Factory So come and judge for yourself. a n Good Chum For Borrow, Aa uncle who has Just lost his only nephew is in despair, and cries continually i "What kills mo is tho kuowledgo that no ono now will, bo Borry whon I dio. It's horriblo, hor-ribl-a to think of I" Paris Gojilois. T.B.Lvncb. Ce n '1 Pan, A?t.,LonisTille. Et cured at uuiiii) Willi I Attonta, andOrjinmHabltt lt.W(X)LLEY.M.D. ua. OfllcolOtWmtcUaUBU THE REPUBLICAN t -kt i "J " Jf,ltwvVMa'fcrii'fSi 'Tirfr"1!'! 'V' lii n'aaau.ii JiiiUi H S1 LLi. .L V - u. f '. m- Tj n r fit'