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TERMS V THE MAETDif) KEPUBLICAN. & OFFICIAL bi x The Kbpotlio3jn&Vand Courier-Journhoth one year for al ., - 1 on- ih JO. B. ROGERS. PublM... OBM OF 1ft PARTY ffi.BE FOURTH COKORISSIOKAL DISTRICT, llSTer Annnmt Is Adncee, i 'n H h- - T itnod H'liili-i- 4 HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1894. 3R uuehed tho on Iho plir. ib tho yawl wn n gun. which ,wfcs tho sign tl to get icady, Lounded from the (liiclii;i. at.d In u minute tho olop lug pair wero In tho cabin, whilo mo Weto occupied with tiiisiug tho anchor. Tho o.ilh wero hituled tip, und just as thoy filled I s iw tho captain of tho Foam rowing out with a stt auger. I gavpthq matter no thought, but busied inyeolf With tho mjnor duties of colling ropo, etc, which had been nns'gnod to me, until suddenly I wpndercd whether tho old man, the fa'hsr of tho girl, had not bocn taken nloard tho other yacht. All tho iKiitu wcio undor way by that timo, nnd looking toward our rival I baw a gray head poking out of tho cabin door. Chiuky wan ut tho wheel, nnd whlspeted my snApldons nnd brought up tho would )o bridegroom to Insect Ah ho h iw him lio grow pale, aud hU oyes (1 uh-"I know I cannot get uahoro now. " ho wild, turning to Charley. "Dojon think jou tun boat himoicr to tho otii-o- r D. 1 d. NO. 25. A SIWASH 08 ', ! 7; !' IN AND ABOUTTHE CAPITAL. ' cT3BB &&.. runuiuf vi i a vi, I. i m '' Jp 'K V2 t?f.-w- . , . ww - ELS fi " f iOrfLlWGttCiisS, rA!RBANI& Tlio Oat'oorCJpQood for Kf publicanism in tho Oid Commonwealth. FuANi"on'r,Kv., Jan. 'I i tl 1 fe - Mil. Kin rou: The UcpubMcaii parly of this Slate cufcrd upon the year of 1894 with b.lghter prospects for ij, '9. X a. AM R C r: . early I itimph iollic Stale than ever before. This is tffe for many reasi REPUTATION AND ons, anions whiciiTjthese are Pl-nen- t. .vssi'aM There nfeMiere twenty-tw- o TO OWN metnbers of thelxner House, who have been swornj.in, and eleven of C. 1?. " " " 1 "srll.-- & ThlaPitumber may be of the Senate 1 -- Unit OXIloj. i 1'iiNt .1. IT IS PURE , UNADULTERATED.AND FOR' iiicreasctlJGillauij Jeepublicati conAt the regular meeting tif fier&earrt testant, from AllctVcottnty. His case Remus T. Whlttinghtll, Post No n, nether Girnd Army of the Republic, of is a strong nnd,jnsf'rone. ITCHEN & LAUNDRY. INVALUABLE IN IT IS he issealedornottf" arethjtty-thrc- e rordsvllle! Ohio'county, Ky.,,held at bhorof" SOLD BY ALL GROCERS. r "YcXclr," answered onr'nklnsr. incuibers of the twolj louses who arc 'K "wo can nnd will, orelsolosothomast," Republicans. This is n gain of 50 their Post Hall on Tlinrsday, Janua.y 4, i394,the following resolutions wc.e ? and I saw that ho meant It. per cent over the number in last As- unanimously adopted by the Post and nlong-cldJust then tho two boats woro of the Democratic mem- copies oidercd to be .sent to The ST. LOUIS. und tho old man nnd tho young sembly. Many bers', too.cotuc here by such small maTribune and Ha. ford Rui ono oxchi'ngcd csprewdvo gestures as their t'jes met. jorities as rurnisji grounds for belief one to Depa.itnent Senior Itingl went tho rlgnal to cinrt, and that their places will be filled by Repub-Hcan- s Vice Commando., Dan O'Riley, of GENIUS. I tho'llrct tnjuared away, tho Dawn nud TOUIl FUTOIIB next tiuie. Many ol the Demo- Loitchfield, Ky.: tho Foam crossing, tho lino together. lo thrills (ho heart with irraml, poctlo numhave Bull until wo crats come frtvit counties th Charley ordered up inoro Rr olved, That this Post iu.st. :ct bers Ami Jihicks tlio irown of 1'iorn? from brow had every stitrh il ing, whilo tho Foam licretofcrc,beeileliablyDcmocrnticaiid its dele2aj.es to, vote for, and use their of cure. did likewise. It wis n den 1 hent bcfoio Jig oVi ami thinks while ihofhijjiunl eliilu nutu luiijumiti .n inluenryor the election of Comrade tho vlml, and tho two boats hd tho iney com, inj,i"oy Mid .lamlura nN)' their itjability to Dn O'HUey for Depa.-tneer where. Anil M.nttcni Bern of beaut)' fleet. Thj lespectito crows had learned leave aPthe Depa me'nt Encaiup-tre- nt tho story by that thno und shouted loud- I'ome backain "next time, if Uey e Jlntrnntlns mu'c n It) i nUiptuuuabveU ly to earh other, whilo u Lioad s'milo want lo. llorwtaiii.ii) Ihu near), mjstlomlml, T the Republicans can at nowliiij Green next Apiil rMiunillnir amctl)', llko soino farult otcntn: lit up tho fac'o of tho captain of tho keep up the. ratio ofincrease manifest-te- d and that each Comrade of this Post Fo'iiu. Ho o itlently thought It n good Kvoh Ina tiopo nml lo o for All mankind. by these gains it is a matter of but use his influence for his election jolto, I Ut wo heaid tho gill sobbing Thocntnaj plows lienenth M mnRloliantl and our cntiio ctow was willing few years that the chamber in which from this dale until the Encampment With forms mid scent's ilinokd and illtino. If papa got the Democrats have a majollty, wil' election. to liclp on tho elopement. lis pictures all tho coms of ku und land, lo Long Island first, wo would turn be in the harids of the Republicans. K curing to tho world tho eujer(lno. That this action i takabout und uiiiko Nutmeg again, or Itlachtiiel enrves thn marblo Into form Nor is there a lack of satisfaction to en by the Post lor meritorious conwoll, wo figured up tho ikwsIIiIo cost Of bunt and statue, i ntmld and tower, I)cfliiiinu-''Ho- f In tho caso tf wo put tho couple ushoro the Republicans here as members and duct of Comrade O'Riley in bu'lditig both sun and storm Toiru.h tho thuuglit that thrilled him forsn and forcibly prevailed uioii papa to re- as visitois in the spiiit of lraternitj' up the Army in . this pa. of hour. '7jractfc?S" turn via tho Dawn. Tho brcczo frceh-one- and harmony prevailing among Rehe State and his efficiency as a Po3t suffering; soul. And ct Iho Renl'm, with lib and tho two bonta went loforo It, IS IN VOUlt OWN HAND. Mu;t wamUr o'er tho earth inlsundcrMood drawing farther upurt all tho whlo. publican members. The 'session is and Dep .iiieut officer ever since thd rilmlttrr tunmci to tell what the linen to yont Uy ihntterlni; daws who notcr reach tlio iroal Papa was supplli d w 1th n glass, so wo yotuis yet a little more than .1 week Depa. uient was organized. Of knoirlnif how to do their fellows good. litud lmlklr. It will ttniiM Ji, It noUilnvinore. Ttio ttravo dliLTam got ono for our man, nnd ho Skipped ol and few of them ccr" lmit rjnlalm ltclf. 1li before1 . Eowiv Fonnr", I.Tol.lbl. Hut ttlitu Itc'a scon no moro In field or town. OK I IPK lnllrt Irnetb of th I.INB upondeckoeryminutoto look thiot-jIF. In whlrh vnil Vflll llvr V.rll UltACHLin And nil Ills inirtul ivtrt llei cold nnd iltnl, there is a J. II. WmTTtNGiiir.1., Adjr Acting WVII miikeil LINK UP It, and then tumbled back to comfort it commenced, but already , IIRM) ilrnoir. Iirain rower: dear Ll.M: UP Boiae sairo or Ut for thilr self rtnown.needed Will k'lo n shaft whero onto ho tlio ulrl. Ono 1 y ono tho crow went In "orfcct acmiointance amoncr them nil llolli comhlnol roan JIJItTUNK, fimo or tlcln bread. np llb nicxlrrn jrbu mii.t li-- l nnd were Introduced to tho blushing nhd the amount of I itulshakinz tlict iicctst In llfoi ttit i,.t j'umoui:. John A. Joyie In Jow York Ad crtlscr. uca. to wiu iu xou win una fmniy ui iutr ui Httlo creature, and each man tw ho camo 1 k j Mrs. Pninips, ol New Mudrid, Mo., mtlractlrely two knoU of t,,elUt Dcniwt'a F.mllr Mieailn., h r l. ' r,.,., is jut fo It us 1 did wheu I first heard her , that ewjr mtmlwr of the family l of het sisler, Mrs. G. A. the Itl.ailut n rasgaxlnrf '" ' ACLKAIt BEFORE THE WIND. voieo--lt foroboded dnntnir to tho gray for they walk in twos .threes and LINK 01' Hi:ltT tpral.atmlenitf.atralfcht the LINK OP FATK. bailed old pass lurer on board tho Foam, chance lo meet, attests uie menu."-nes- s Hillsmau. llfti Ot rtt.tao If MM-HKAl.TIt crooked A veil .Irfltn-Mr. John Ptuit, of Calhoon, was in If wo only Ii'icl to tuck, to u lose his ol their feelings for each ''other. rparr. jrou doctor.' till.. M Mill tho bnUlh blnta 1 ihu u Innillnlilicr of tlio first water, Charley o No olbrr macailno pnUUhr boud by tho lioom," la tXniorett'.. They c. tnee a disposition' to congre- town this week. t nmy lo tillowetl tho Hlmlb. Aly If tnanr atnrlca to Intrrrit the home rlnfo. You will tui'hBaw the w hlto Bjxit nbovo tho door r rleiwBd-ene- r be luhjtct to extreme, of hlch pWt Miss Belle Kennedy, of Owensboro, with yachting is ciiunl to my or gate in the same boanling houses If rn h hc "IIIULK OP VF.MJScll tntfcAuin. Itcntoiml ucintitintiiijrt) with iirotiistorits marki-dkeep np jour fplrli. tjr naviiig ijcmore.i a hotels, too, .and it wpuld be hard is visiting Miss Nannie Funk. nnd pnpn, aUII don't want to disobey Into xlasailne to run' ll r nlwtrlbli f lo It for 18W timu, nml tho inu'-- I film taor to master t our to find a Republican member flocking Mr. Hiram Nuckle, of Louisville, )nu ytillrfcclvaai olzuuuiiennrKsoi aii tho mitijtct the inoto IiokIcuW in ! iBohwftho girl, when I IxtTdci tho s in rb tn mlnin plctnre. of rrrat value. icabin, "but I um old cnoudi takuow in n hoaditig house to himself. The was in town last week. 17x31 Inclns. I'm a l)ilTl" which Is nlmoit a real olvccl J bpcmnf Hut thut iloca nod: Mid papa U iiwfi'lly fn- Is b&bT, and enutltotho tirl liml till paluilne which ! Mr. Otwc Athe--o- n tjio il"fturo pwliat t concord lei. Sanday i Ihnt eatinot eot i.0.an t you nlH harr' a m'Cas'i r II. btniitlful tlutntt't in th' ny KHiicti. 3. lie cuuu.i us In mlljs. mo-i- perfect good humor and tLe o m f 1 ho equVed b any vslnl i , i a jacJ:i, nor onjoy Vo weto half married onco this morn-tu- g exists among them and thee who for Bowling Green, whe:e he wi1' . will keep lltuttrition. ant .ubjeet nutter, thai 1 iIcms my lirmiumcM iu.Lt.nmi9 mo. e day, ami all Iho on all t!.u op a when Henry saw him rp tho road, have seen so much of the spirit of school. All were oor.y to jce Ton !tcv illrT.trrnt Itrnif of t' rtt llilfrppt allbllt thS nml Imvo btitxl tn'oti thrtpail ynida anil won-dernml wo had to start oil ngaln.'1 boti'ehnld, be' lis fom rbtn.' hit ntllni; rradlnj - him go, for he is a general favo.Ite. in limes oast nmoiiff Reiuibliwjjy th: t. il tlitlu't como down. Isatter. bojlt envn aud Ray, for the hul. family ; I assured her Hint tho Dawn could fro'ion I huvo wOtjl't to hoit tho tnsi;rn to tho Miss Moggie Howard gave her S.uii-fwnne Demon?! s I. not a jaiuon roapaziuw, beat nnjthj-- s uiloat; thutsha wonltl ahlon trss.rs petfect, and jrou cetwilh It, 1 tbo lw fcUfelyiloohStl hf ferity thV entire enlairrcinent lor tUciatW. Cut iflhe oay so'iooi ciass an eute jainmenr .hut in u feW mill- - crow, eveni.ig. There aie ten litHI M on). nt tub li.fl.!iaii .t. ,.1 ... I...I ire reisons for lively con- Monday in llv nt over v m xairo, Adetenim.' pnb- - 'irraiiwi, iirtH wiwuiiiiieti iu iwuma, "Tho captain of tho Foam la n piein the class, and each was and a tle boys vy. Jenni6iHUniorenM i Ha.t jnii bt., hBA overy cantuin in tho harbor haa inner, fcl low, "1 said mildly, remembering Ms gratulation New York If joii srn onacrlird Vrlth the I'ltllcil to I'xprLFj hid r arct at tho i ntl loot remark. TLn 1 the future pros- allowed to invite a little girl. To most A larceQUAD. Masatliie.seiidfora.peclmencojiy up, whilo basis for coufiden'-wciimo 1 nlwaja thtow cigar tushes lM.NOLK means hone.lyt a l.nrc 1HIAMHK, occurrcnt-'O- . tho wheel to antho skipper pects, much more isj'thc character of of them it was a first pa..y and it was FIIWT rjlVlSION OK THUMB. nml with thtm8ovtrthowron i all 'ind IX)NO HfCON'h DIVISION, rraron. Miss Howstroniwlll: other mid stoited down to muko tho those members a moinise of better highly enjoyed by all. log faculty. The MOl'NT HP JL'PITKK bctokMU reccivo tho words of tho iikipiicr of tho pair. ard i.t a cha. ning hostess elid knows SATUliN, pnidenees.thehllN, ambition: thatff stuely the ablest, ps tho iimttrrwith nChribtianliko love of pplendorj WAltS,coari StOOrJ.lmarlna. "Ahoy, thero 1" ho choutcd to me, aft- things. This is exactly how to ente.ta' 1 children. humility that wp'1 bccomcB me. In er iiwhllo, "bring down soino water, well as the largest.'.body of Republitlon) VENUr.Ktc of pleasure, and MBItCUHY, yon Intelllcenee. Tike oor advice aa above and fact, I hiiro tho trnd Iooof ynchtintrat Misses Anna and May McNa.y, will be suro to posicu Uis last and most yalaabM will you?" I waa ttcward. jou know. members ever gathered here and can sjutlily. P heart and u lightneMof spirit that rises Wo wero astern of tho Foam, Lt.t u no one could see .our joint caucus, L"ona Hackctt and Mr. W. S. Hack-e- tt a superior to tho diUkultlea with which Ilttlo to tho windward, nnd I looked ct spent "unday with Mr. and Mrs. chairman, without luhhof lins to contend und tho sarcasm pupa nnd scowled. Tho fnet camo to Senator Dcboe as that Is freely poured ont to him. This mo that I had forgotten tho water und being impressed with the intellectual- NcfT Ncihle in their charming home explanation is ticcessary, becnuso tho left it by tlio horso nnd buggy, I d ity of t'ie men composing it. Few of nearI.lvi.uore, jachUmeu who read this htory will Prof.Peay had the picture of his if tho fellow had forgotten them thm have ever beet? here as meiu-bei- s laugh at tho easy way in which I K t too. Lwrong, but I writo not for tho before, but they, take hold of the (cho i talicn Tuesday. things "I any, steward," called out Charley, Mr. G. S. Hicks and daughter, Miiq problems of legislation with a vijjor Is ensy enough il yon only jaeht nice, for juchtd and rncea uro "whoro'B tho water?" Miliordinato to tho lltllo romniico in camo Into and intelligence that would gratify Mautic, went to Calhoon Saturday, A quotation apt but trito Wo Milvo tlio w hich 1 took u hand. J;tOu litiw. Mrs. L. 0, Mitchell, of Crawfords-Villmy mind about i.' water, water" their constituents could they see it problem ii: llio Our Hoot that Is, tho fleet of tho Thero was n sudden crash ahead of Ind., in visiting her parents in . Deep Day Ynclit club was on Ita anus. Tho Foanl luHcd suddenly, and wo Co.ispicuoii3 aiiioiigithose who have l Ro.'tv, l 'A I H 9 MlI nual crulso up Lon Island sound. 1 Was saw n mass of sail huugitig from tho Already distinguished themselves for this place, W I milCrfll I fl Mj.!!JUflM!.l a guest upon tho sloop Dawn, and had mast, which had htiappcd off near tho c tho captain and owner not been n great top. Sho had trlod to carry too i.iueh keen intelligence and eloquence is the friend of initio I fear that I might lmvo in tho wind, but It might havo been Senator from the sevtu't Disti ict Sena-to- r been put nshoro caily In tho iruito aud fnto, for our boat hold un equal amount Tho liriiilitpfit nml nuwHt-s- t Taylor w atches tiie proceedings, loft to get homo as best I could. Aiaco of sail nud stoo 1 liko u rock, Tho sklp-pSemi your in Kentucky. when not himself onhe flcornnd parstraight away ucaisa tho sound was arlio was on deck in n moment, udilioi-- on n ptistnl card. You ranged for tho second day, and tho boats grnbbod tho wheel nud brought tho ticipating, v. ith suchTan eye of earnTribh.ivo u uimplo copy all lay ut anchor In Dlackllsh harbor Dawn us nour4tho Foam us possible. A est interest as testifies that whatever cnu off tho Ilttlo town of Nutmeg, samo joyous Binllo spread ovor his sunburned of the feeling of "newness" a young state Thero woro but two 10 footers fnco tho day was ours. Tho crow and member usually has.Jit'does not troubIn tho fleet tho Dawn was ono nml tho Bkippor of tho Foam wero too busy with Foam tho other and between tho two tho wreck to notice us, but thero was a le him. Senator Taylor put before eaptuins it htrong friendship aud tin gray head poking out of tho cabin door, the joint caucus the name of II. F. V rivnlry csiBted. Until Into in tho nt which wo yelled, und tho bildegroom Finley as s candidate'for the Republi11- night wo wero discussing tho raco McIIcm v Colored Kclionl. to bo yelled, and then wo passed uhcud, our two boats, and heavy odds farther and farther, whilo tho Foam lay can nomination forftl. S. Senator fve spjee 5n We hope you will on each. Thero waa n good to In tho wind, and boforo long tho aud the spisch he made in doing so woro laid your valuable paper for 0 few items of tho brc6zo blowing early on tho day Foam was astern of tho whole fleet, has ah caJy won for him the distincfoiiceiiii.tg colored School District, io. raco, and wu till tumbled upon deck whilo wo led them all. Aud as wo tion ot orator of the Republican Senlaife session, about 0 o'clock in tho morning. I may neaiod tho buoy which marked tho limTrie Senator ns io. to the effect that our atorial contingent. bo allowed to stato just hero that tho its of tho raco, tho Foam was u luro the fine faculty of'ttpoet coupled which closed on Ihc 5U1 inst., with crows of tho boats woro all amatours, speck, but with tho glass wo fanth 1 Eidson as teachct, has aud as 1 was superlative in that degreo with the grace of n borh orator and Miss Chailotle BtHJ iat.j I did land duty whenever It was neces- that wo saw pupa's whlto head won Careau,and been I he most profitable aud successent business conducted for MootRATi net. looking over tho cabin door. Wo his speech not only won for him the evertauglS'fieie and sary, bo that about half past 7 1 wont tho race, and Btralglft ahead wo sailed Our Ornci is opsositc.U. S. Patent orncc lasting friendship ol Finley's Iilends, ful ofany and we can secur patent tu lets tluio tliau those J ashoro to replenish tho water barrel. Washington. satisfaction nnd tho loving pair and the giciteit remrte from Into tho wtdo buy, Send model, dtawlnc or photo., V 1th descrlp- - r Tho Bkippor rowod mo over to tho landAs but caiiied him to the front among The school save its doling 'exercises tlon. We advise. If patertabla or not, (tea of J ing plnco, whero ho was joined soon nft-'e- r nnd tho skipper nnd I went nshoro. "Silver-tonguechares. Our fee not duo till nalent is secured, i WO walked up from tho landing- toward those who rue justly called by tho captain of tho Fonut, whilo 1 :: APAUFiitcT, llojvtoobtamratenis.'witnj Chai HferKctraiCot'oir eveiiiiig of the 5th, "Mvas in oveiy eosl of same (n th U.S. and foolraoountrljs- - r.dbku man "it? toW ti got tho wiiter. mo. "Why didn't you briug in that ly upon his District sent free. Address, Jbut upon the way a grand succe.s, While working thus, In very ordinary Water 1 asked for?1--' J. v. "I clothes, u horao and buggy camo flying nt Nutmeg," wns my blush- Slate as well and will .uake one o' the "I leftlt tho driver Orp. patcnt Orncc. Wachincton, d, C. down tho road, und when ing answer, "when I brought them on most actl-t- e and efficient members ot raw mo ho mistook mo for a boahunn I'.croldtfniisor KooTr the body to vvh,ich he belongs and ouc It board." 1 havo Blnco pauloned tho mistake To the WOrshipful Master Wardens "Oh, you lubber," replied tho skip- in whom his people will take a just was balm after being so loug assailed per In tones of disgust. "You would nnd Biothers of Joe Tllis T.odge No. ' C us a lubbor. try tq B'lll 'With tho anchor out." But pride. W liile a visitor to our joint rtl say," ho cried, pulling up his notwithstanding 1 gnvo tho brulo nway caucus would probably first notice J 473; We have been called together lo pe.rfoi.ra the paiuful duty of paying horso, "lmvo you u I oat? 1 want to get n few minutes lntor and received my this tall Ilickoly from Ohi county, our "last respects to our dear bi other. over to Long Island right tuvny. " And rawitrd from hot sweet lips. still tlicie arc other members whose T. S King, who has. been cajled from as ho epoko ho glanced i.civouslyup But tho clowning net of revengo was tho road. Fnara efficiency will come out as the scs. our midst by a higher power, over when wo went back to whero tho "Woll. no," I uiuwcrctl, "1 am lay, her trow having just testoied or- slon advances as intelligence speaks which we have nocontro, Oi'r brothu board u yacht," der, and Charley went on boaid to col Prominent among faces. 'Do you bco In. ii.' interrupted a lect his bets, and I went lp deliver to in their er T. S. King was born Jpnuai9, ewiot voico from beneath tho hood of gray haired papa, who by that tlmo was these is Setiator Deboe- also fiom the 1834, and Ifas been a lirctiaie worker tho buggy, nnd for tho first thno I no" Penny ryle," who is the able' Chairo rightfully seasick, u dupllcato in our ordei,'tlherefore Flnvol Scott Mines In man of the joint caucus; the favorable CUBES HOTHING BUT PILES, ticed ii girl within. certifieato. RusotvuD1, That this community "No no," tho man replied Boothlng-ly- , Minneapolis Trlbuuo. , first impression made by Senator has and then ho turned to mo. lobjjLgood citizen, the church a A SURK and CERTAIN CURE Deboe's'fine physique nud counter "Can you not uld mo?" ho asked. "1 known for iBytars asthe BE8' twelve cents in postage nance is more Mian confirmed by a faithful member 'and Joe Ellis LoJse SEND am REMEDY FOR PILES. a noble worker, 1 saw a momont. Tho tnfft sy BICIUBDBOJ IDICII CO., ST. IOCU. oloped, It iupapa was probably pair had stamps to 39 Corcoran Building, Wash- further acquaintance with his inen'tl No. 473 RiisotviiJ, That the members of cloao and ington, D. C., nnd you will receive face and candor, A thought flashed through my Joe Ellis Lodge, 9f which he was a lour copiesof Kate Fied's Washing1 first ventured to nsk, "Do nr. Tames, the handsomest juan in member, shall wear l.iqi usual badge mind, nnd ton, containing matter of special inyou want u minister?'' i mJurnjng f0lT 0 dnyV p"1 that the House, also a "Pennyrller" Dr, I Urn OuaryMm BftftTErar i "Yes," tho man answered, "but I terest. Give name and address, and Bowman, o Lewis county, Dr. Nail, of tjese resolutiont,ybe spread on the WL I' W must got into Long Island first tho where you saw this advertisement, iy tOe Stasis Cosies, of Adair county, arealj fine types of - 'winutesandajfgBike sent to the old man is foo near for fun. " I.SO r.rTsar, Republicanism, whtihjwin, if called county papejflSHIry sent to the "Oh, Henry," called tho girl, nnd Boaad Yoloinss, I.OO hearing ber volco again decided me. We in, cuie Rentucky's ody politic of family of Ui "Como," 1 said, "this way," and in M "fto lo bs rod as a la .rsry too the ills brought on by Democratic aa4l(kKbHl.si cilucirs(.liisraaafiUfr.."-- i a moment tho pair had left tho buggy "1 7'.0to.K FIsllKK, Tiit.uir ..itctimol (m Representative Lyon It Conf. contagion. Win1 'HOI, thai I uli. klAlr "It HioOl.''-- A. JtlauiilHS. WINSUIV. tdUar IwiuldM. and wero following mo to tho dockn I. 4. C.P.WRSTItttPtXt. v. Charley, our skipper, stared as-- camo Rlll)1)mi.aS 101' kVrSile Seitator Jones, and, in fact, each .B' ... 'A swriil, tlmtlr s.4 klrtisluf putllt.H.a. I in, . r KkllfUCk Mh lh. .Irl.lv.flull'll.fu.n.flfMi rM mta. tho VhVfhltty-thre- c w,1 but 1 motlonod 1....1 two In tho boat -- j vtr r members, as Bmm c. 3 Kitm I rent.,. IM. ii lm.ll a comp.Hi" rRBH. J. C. . j Vf.111' ..4 uuw tt.i i.i. u ta i.khunn ' StllUUUAN. Con.U V.lrt.llir, IUL4C1. W. , mm in at luviuout vwwa. ratcly'jn,ei,wm nnr iwm uuu one with, Neuralgia e1ri K ,1 case, It was Just as L know. sssultlja For all. bv ItldJir BAnkl.U.ra mmA W.w. ruil.. , flndtliosa ortrouUed wttfc ncrrooincs; Htaklai as IS. tlnotkMraallidWorkl, W all) alta ik.It. lubacrinlMk conviction mat atfrotn can ovurworkwlU ba relieved tumbled in after me, leaving, tl rll t u aiy ilac. ta tb. Fmi.I t.l hi sa .r will U jrurs-JJiucr- o. ?plea Fw""'1.'iasj( miUUUtLK& JarOWIVS n6 injus Vl"' " hound ai)lM, tain of tho FpftinU) juik, "More " . re , i1 .TTraiBViBVSSSSSmaVBa.flrriSSSX- . ., . fttMtrademtliiilcrneiicJrrflUl'af . wove all :,iV' rS.OSLV'tTral'WdWlfaV'tuil j.,.?t.. he has 1W .&(: v success -- OwesIts MERITS. "" " ITS however, the number of Republicans, their majo 'lies, their iiite'llcncc, their indhldi'nl merits ri a prom'sc of hope for the pay, is the fact iat all the powers of mind and hca:. o" r'l these Ucpub'icins a.e bond together in ( ic common t?ml cntli'isins-ti- c pu.,ose, vW, to wok for the of and the upbuilding of the p.ij.y, to vote and wo.k fo; the economy and honesty in thcSt.uc and put Dcmormcy on lecoid belore-- r'l the piople in its actions of profligacy and recklessness and 'his is the bow of promise that the early clays ol 1894 ;nds acres the Republican sky. 1 1 MERMAID. PROFESSIONAL CARD. llio Singular nnd lruc!nua Monstrosity TliHt U'na Ijtmlcil nt ftcnttle. Jn, N. Jlenn, RAPID Cleansing Power has noequal. o. Na-I'oii- nl i'l V l'lijl 'tibYf nt Com-mand- ei lio-lo- G.-ad- d, 1 lVMu-Com- h inirr-talnn- ted , VQ-.i- rit-ht- , 111 A most rraiai'kablo fish was taken by it fisherman miRling iu vury docp water for cod in Port Orchard bay. For lack of a moro npproprinto nnmo h it has lieen locally designnted a monnaitl." It it n ropulsiyo, ferocious member of tho lower vcrto-brnte- n and has jaws nnd tcoth strong enough to bito off tho hand of any Ushcnntin who migUt bo .unlucky enough to got caught. This" jiirticular individual was out after t' and beized n fish whilo-thfibhonfiiln was hauling it in. In o grabbing tho cod tho monster caught with tho hooka and then began n fearful strugglo for freedom. It pulled on tho lino with tho strengtli of a contrary rnulo, but was finally overcome nnd drawn to tho surfaco, when) tho jstmggloavns re-- 4 iiu wctL wuu u wonoy.oi n shark. Tlio lucklcsfj crcaturo fought and floundered and grabbed tho tho boat and took out great splinters with ita strong teeth. It was finally hnttled aboard, but oven after being ovorcomo nnd partially stunned it grabbed tho handlo of a hammer which waa tying in tho boat and bit it half iu two. Each titno it would set its teeth into any ob35t" tho crcaturo became perfectly rigid, na much feo as if it wero a log. Tho fish or whatover it .may be is aBcaloless, finjosa object; 5Ject long, vith' at ljvad rcsemblihg,clt3sely that of an old man, a donKeyor a calf, according to tho point of vision from which it isviowed. Its proportions aro graceful, tapering from a head tho sizo of nn unhulled cocoanut to a maro point. In placo of tlio dorsal fin is a thin, knifeliko appendage which extends from tho baso of tho head to tho tip of tho tail. It is about five inches wido in tho widest portion. Underneath tho animal, whero tho anal fin should bo, is a similar structure but not half so wido. Underneath tho two gills aro two corliko appendages nearly tho sizo of ono'a hand, and to this is duo in great part tho resemblonco to tho calf or don-lco- y head. , Tho head is vory short, rounded, with n beaked appearance, with powerful jaws sot with heavy teeth like those of a dog, only moro numerous. Its skin is much liko that of a uiud shark, dark, thick and tough, but tho meat is said to bo very whlto and dellcuto looking. At tho baso of tho long dorsal fin structure is a Bcries of beautiful silver colored spots, which extend in patches of half a dozen or moro for tho en tiro length. About tho nearest description given in tho natural history woiks answering to tins particular fish is that of "Si-wasgun-wnlo- LAWYERS, HARTFORD, KY. . GLENN J.H.R. Wedding-- . & WEDDING, (Offtco, over Anderson's Bazaar.) Will practice thoir profession in all tho courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given to criminal practice and collections. pram, E.IJ.OUl'FY. James j&. Smith, Jt aw VW Jh -f- i lIAItTFORIs.'KT. Will prnctico his otoI5m8Bis Ohio and adjoining counties', arid "courtjbt Appeal8v Spccialjitteniiongiven te' collections, Ullice cast side ot publi squaro. BJDJSJKOO 1 C31lf3T 6S tEril3ag'Or Attorneys ggt "ECartfcrd., Will practice aw, X & STn.faclry. l 111 all courts of Ohio Knnprinr nmoininir rnnntips Co- lCourt and Court of Appeals. lections and all legal business attended to. ' Oflice 329 E. Market St. r X K. JR. WEDDING, nnd - Attorney at Law, ' Beaveh DAif, Ky. Will practice his nrofession in' all the courts of Ohio and adioiriiuK' ' counties. Also Notary Public.8 v HARTFORD, KY. I Will practice his profession -- in all the Courts, ot .Ohio and odjoimngw'V, counties, a.nd in tho Cpurt ot Ap- -', peals. Special attention given to collections. Oflice, in County Attorney's offico, in CourtiHouse. LawyeR Perry Westerfield,, Beaver Dam, Ky. c --v s , ". 4 Attorney at Law:Y ' 1 li&SSHN&mScSS'S l, (. " among-Rcpublican- s All of phem tiro elongated and very much compressed, resembling u band of rilibou Tho lower jaw ia moro or lcbsprominent, with largo barbed teeth. Seattlb Ldtter in Cincinnati Enquirer. fishes. The 81ioppcr.v vrjr.tr SSssHai'Tsr? m&K v r DENTIST. - To Know won-dorc- IT AL- m: iB e, mwm mmmw jm-ji- er s or For $j..2o we will send The Republican and New $ork v For The ASKING. une botht for one year. ".Thcro is a thinker Jjvcr thero,'1 OFFICE OVEK RED FROWT, "v ? said a dry goods clerk tho. other day, as ho pointed to a comfortablo and Is prepared to do- all kinds, of . lleshy looking matron, who waa Dental .work at reasonable prices.' watching another clork jugglo boxe8 v. down f rom a shelf. 'I hopo Bhe will not cdino ovor hero, for" rknbw what IfSvill meaar" Squiba, yrho waa n6t particularly impiossed tith tho & appearance as nn intellectual -looking woman, ventured to ask . what a thinker was. "Why," replied tho clerk, smiling, "aho's ono of thoso women wh"b unfortunately aro frequent visitors, and who, after wo havo shownt thorn ov Tko ery conceivnolo pattern wove got, end by saying, 'I.guesa nil think it Pfctnrei Is tiw Siris and Si ovor before dec!ding. I always 'feel llko tollintr thom" tcTkucss acain. fori l9"01d Pictures Copied and Enlarged A SPECIALTY. know wnat mat means, it means that it ia a 10 to 1 shot that Bfio doia't 108J Main Street. . want tlio goods. I don't minc word- !7n;6 OWENSBORO, KYi ing for my salary, but I hate to toko' gymnastia oxorciso for theso people, aud I alwaya steer clear of thinkers." .OUINVI KI.B, MT. LeOIts A TEX. K. V Philadelphia, CalL Lowrillj, St.'.Ljai: i cus-tdme- OjSlxx otst 1 $bft Itiiijf, .c &'2 00 A LeppMpssT. e m.-w- v 1 - d' at-th- e Mclleniy-school'housconith- C.A.SNOW&GO H. C. BCUEDULK IM EFFECT NOV. I, 1HI. no.01, f..,w, .. oiheifi went to Caneyvijl recently on WB9T BOUND. Dally. Dallj. hand car to attend a bjg ball. They jt 7 4oa.m, Up. a. V. LonlsvlU it sidetiacked as they lunihome inl'oe West Point..., ill a.m. 7.20 f, m. morning Uo I Drsndentfurg, rn. 8 07 p. m. tilTa. wee stua' hours next . '91 a.m. I ST p.'sa. wi'itthe early passenger, and came 1v Irvlajtton ..... . loas.m. fJlp.sa. rpheniport . ltear'Vceaiig out. v IjCloverpor),,., J0.41a.rn. t l( p. M. . liswesvllle, ... Hill a.m. 1010ptSSV Our new schoolhouse is about ...12-UMi.m. I0 3tp Ilsnort school our desks ai rived -- ". .Owensboro is p. m.Hlill p. Z.:. 1 M p. ro. 11.M p. )jpo'tlsrllle..., begins with Prof. J,H. Leach, tcache) . I.2Sp.t. liaoa. Monday. We are proud of our school.., Ar. lleuder.on...., Wo.M. No.M, SuoL. Ro-er- s ns in ourtown Wed- Daily XASTiimiNPj, Daiir. " Incsday, on school business. 15 a. rn. S;18p,'. Lr. Hsndnrsoo 7 a. m, 8 37p,sa. Miss Kalie McDaniel( Ola'on, will Sftotlsvlll. jft . . V "F4 fJ7 a. m. 20 p.'sa. 2T atlc.iti school here this hessio 1. S.M p.'sa llsKirt..., .', The followi.ig. namtd ladies, of . liaweiTiu....., . ... 93 a.m. 8.!Kp,M pud floterport ..... ... .., i a. m. s AT p. ra. l'ofllsvilfc, , coin-plcled, IIPIVI'll II'S'.WtA. Wooldrfdge, Jack Smilh;oudt ijunilnj, l - e& " fit mA ad 1 iF. 1 -- . i ? lo-o- TABLER'SPII C relative in town" lhiilv,cek: "M,isseS(' IdaTaho,, MuSse Lyons, IXijsyop-pi'epit- d Im. Ciowe, and Jo. I, gtepfiepsnor!..., jfrvlnglpn,,...,,. ...... JlNTMENT mar-riag- Ho.d'er. 1 ' .j. Mi. Pel v, our lb nier operator, now Taafhay.eLtjnilM.o.U m:sin connection Irvfngloti (ftfi;rXel'leJ)iitti trains on Itri! a hotel inpn pt, Spriu? Lick, wps in vino, llarjinaburir" "rVestero If. K.tesst ,owu WOdncidiv. boumli For further tiformatlon, address' v U. 0. MOBDyE, Oen. Pa'r Ag't' a wtiy is Uncle Bilh'e l(l)UlTll, KT, r tlwelliu-- r bouse. new A child of Mi, B. DavJs Jsvefy aa4-se- .yllrandAiburg... West Points... 'Ar. LcalV"1"-'- ' - m. 4p.m. ,....,... 11.02 a. m, Jioa p, a, ....... tliw a, m. 7.31 p.m. , i 04 p, m, sorTp.-'mloap. ra. t os p. Va. ..., n r i .'... - t ' S cji'ij AcAfif, . A- -- sickofpuenmoila. ii a as J WHEN YOU GO TOWEMSIORQ or-e- f ifeh d. All article's for publication should be pudressed to Ky,, to insure prompt attention. ia .Xalcrt. CAMjOi C.The1tin, xacao arxoTouit-aLraKxae- , For iho fintitand Moil AriUiit )m'IMr p -- For $1.25 we will Wlh, ' ?''-Aj-a t '2M ' 1 1' ffi send you The Re- anytiieorttyle. 3rd ana 4W, Frederi NSaaaK W have jtet this onn uvuu un-cM- oflice blankAvai;rants4 ? w& r; and the Home and FarmJ both one year. publican as r 'IbsssB llMaVIaaW ' l'' j ,"''' Jrate j.. Li,& ''..MJH w-P,- v r 1 a-- V ai,ti'v'.viJi ; as j IT! I Vi t ' taflJ. Wr i. 1 mm , 1 Pari Skuti '' "' IWfe' to us and ifi,Wi)l LJUt.- we Iro lirokcn down relilill'l-- " . 1 ifrowwdttj.hlHr -- promptly. . i lists system, aids dliiottlon, rt ccwur Wlo. aud euros malatU e,t UmisohuIis- Mniiirl'crsons householr I tim incruork oi w llrowii'n li'' DUtmn ranrca ex. Tk."-- r .ftfl -t . v -- .., f.i ,J ii - ,!1R:'C' :3 fj IF,?..-- . V Jr V,. bravery of tho gallaut men who wore the gray. No one has. a higher regard for them thau tho editor of this paper, rUDLISIICD EVERY IT.IDAY MORNING, but ho does not allow this admiration to extend to the excusing of men Kililor nn.l Proprietor- who breathe tho spirit of cheer treason JO. n. IMMJKKN, against the government. It is, howFriday, January 19, 1894. ever to bo expected that nn editor who is distinguished more for length ANNOUNCEMENTS, of leg than for breadth of intellect, and one who grew up in an utmost roit phcro not noted for its loynIty,should ANNOUNCi: Wit ARK AUTHORIZED TO himself develop into a ' rather thiu DnnL, Miller rind patriot whose mind is so befudAs n candidate for Assessor of Ohio county, subject to the action of the dled ns to render him unablo to disDemocratic part)'. tinguish between respect for bravery Wit ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE and gallant courage, tho common John M. Leach hcritago of tho whole country and As a candidate for Assessor of Ohio the criticism of a disloyal sentiment. county, subject to the action of the But then it would be unkind to enDemocratic party. tirely expose him nud thus rob him ot We Ann AUTiionizni) to announce the pleasure he takes in so persistently N. 0. Dxsn.u exposing himself. So to his lack of As a candidate for the office ol Assessor of Ohio county, subject to the ac- powerto discern Ict.v ci cvu t'io simplest things and to his none too tion of the Republican party. deep-rootlove of counbpk wo thall announce We are authorized to extend tho "charity of &ncnce." G. Davis Royal As a candidate for the office of AssesThe Oweusboro Mwewjcr, a strong sor of Ohio county, subjecs to the acDemocratic sheet, sees the en or of tion of the Republican party. tho way of Cleveland, Gresham & FOIl J All. OH. Co., and comes out boldly in an able We are authorized to announce editorial under the head of Diaheart 12. ASHRY J, tVud thus con a candidate for the office of Jailor cuing and Disgusting As county, subject to the action denins the miserable plight into which of Ohio of the Republican party ami the will the Hawiinn question has been of the people. brought: We are authorized to announce "There is probably no man of any party in the whole country that is John W. Black As a candidate for the office of Jailor not thoroughly disgusted with this of Ohio county, subject to the action whole Hawaiian business. The policy of the administration has been of the Republican party. most humiliating to the Democratic We are authorized to announce party: Believing in the integrity of Jo. B. Sanderiur President Cleveland, many DemocratAs a candidate for the office of Jailor ic newspapers in the outset undertook of Ohio county, subject to the action to defend his course, but they have all about been silenced if they have not of the Republican party. openly declared their disgust. It is Wi: are authorized to announce amazing to the people that a levelH. D. Smith headed man like the President could As a candidate for Jailor of Ohio coun- have been led into such a pitfall by ty, subject to the action of the Re- his Republican Secretary of State, who has been manifestly actuated in no publican party. small degree by vengeful feelings toWi: ARE authorized tc announce ward his old time enemy, the former Geo. W. Tiixford President. If the position originally As a candidate for the office of Jailor taken was proper in any degree, the oi Ohio county, subject to the action subsequent handling of the case has been a wretched botch, and an indigof the Republican patty. nity has been put upon Congress that Wi; are authorized to announce only a man as regardless of conseJ. M, Casemer quences as Mr. Cleveland always is The long As a candidate for the office of Jailor would have dared to do. of Ohio county, subject to the action delay in informing Congress of the .status of the case and the manifest of the Democratic party. wm purpose to allow nothing to leal: out until a subsequent step has rendered FOIl 'OlTY ATTORNEY. it no longer of first importance is We are authorized to announce without excuse. The President canM. L. IlEAVRIN not thus extricate himself from a bad As a candidate for County Attorney fix and he ventures too much trying of Ohio county, subject to the action it. Congress has been in session conof the Republican party. tinuously since the 7U1 of last August, save for about thirty days in NoWe are authorized to announce vember, and should have been apJ. A. Smith prised months ago of the entire sitAs a candidate for County Attorney uation. If the President and his Secof Ohio county, subject to the action retary of State could not understand of the Republican party. that revolutions,right or wrong.never re volute backwards, perhaps by takWe ARE authorized to announci; ing others who had the right to the E, P. Xkal information into their confidence.they As a candidate for County Attorney might have been spared much humil-iotioof Ohio county, subject to the action The course of the adminisol the Republican party. tration has been both disheartening and disgusting to Democrats." We are authorized to announce F, L. Felix (011 NtipcrliilriHlrntH niHlTrnM As a candidate for County Attorney To pom l.i a ns to IiuiltlJiiir. ICfpiiir-flitftnii- tl I, of Ohio county, subject to the action riiriilHtiliiKNoIioolfliotisr of the Democratic party. uikI.IUm'IosIiik (rounds Hartford Republican - ANNI-SNO- H, ed IMI levy a tax, etc' This may be levied for four years, and in case of emergency the trustees can borrow such n a sum as can be paid by a four year tax. See next Section 831 The trustees shall see that a suficient supply of good water is furnished within easy access of the school-houslor the bencfit'Of the school. To sum it up, it is clear: 1. It is the duty of the County Superintendent to condemn every unand all school suitable school-housfurniture or apparatus insufficient in quality or not of the required character. 2. It is the duty of the trustees to proceed, whenever notified in writing, to levy a tax and take the necessary steps to execute the work. A levy presupposes a collection within the times pi escribed by the revenue laws, and the plea of lack of means to proceed promptly is inadmissible The language, "whenever notified1 cannot be construed to admit of dela on the part ot the trustees as to either levying the tax or building, repair-ing- , or furnishing, or all, as the case maybe. If found better for the district to borrow for immediate payment of contractors and school supply companies than to go in debt to them, they can borrow the money and pledge the district. 3. A failure to execute, within one year, the order to build and furnish is a misdemeanor, punishable by fine. County Superintendents and 4. trustees are required to have every school-hous- e equipped as specified in Section 78. 5. The requirement that the school-hous- e have a good supply of good water, convenient of access, enjoins upon the trustees the making of wells and cisterns, when good water cannot be had otherwise. A prompt compliance with the provisions of the law, as herein adverted to, would place your people at such an advantage in an educational way as tojustilythem in expecting, even demanding, of their teachers re sults commensurate with the hand- some fund paid by the State to sup plement local means; without such will waste, compliance, Kentucky annually, many thousands of dollars. Even the best teachers cannot teach, as the age demands that they shall teach, in poor houses, poorly equipped. The children must be put under such condition that they can learn; and the workman, even in the realm of mind, must have his tools. Respect ful ly, e, ing a splendid schoolnt Dark's school-hous- e, Ed Poktek Tiio.mp.so;, Supt. of Public Instruction. The above is just exactly what it purports to be, an official letter from the highest school officer in the State, defining the duties of County Superintendents and school trustees in regard to the requirements of the New School Law in reference to school furYou will noniture and apparatus. tice that there is no reference to the goods sold by any company whatever. The trustees are left absolutely free to buy from whom they please and their plain duty is to purchase from that company offering the best goods for the least money. This is common sense; it is business. An enterprising School Supply Company, however, has hatched a slick advertising scheme and has had an "Extra Edition" of an educational Jpaper gotten up in which a smoothly worded advertisement of the company's goods is run prominently on the page and the letter of Superintendent Thompson as above given is carefully arranged around the advertisement and to unthinking trustees itc.an very easily be made to appear that Superintendent Thompson requires them to purchase the goods of this particular company and no other company whatever. This is an advertising trick and our trustees will pay no attention to it, but exercise the same unfettered common sense in buying their desks, maps, charts, etc., ns they would do in hiring a carpenter to build a house, Let our trustees keep their wits about them, stick their names to nothing until they know just what it is; buy where you can get the best bargains and do not be You must buy scaied into terms. these things, that is veiy true, but you are not compelled to purchase from any particular company, MfoJOIIorry To many people who have the taint The agof scrofula in their blood. onies caused by the dreadful running sores and other manifestations of this disease arc beyond description. There is no other remedy equal to Hood's Sarsaparilla for scrofula, salt rheum and every form of blood disease. It is reasonably sure to benefit all who give it a fair trial. 11 We aue authorized to announce John P. fou (oi.mv jriMJi;, Morton . , to the As a candidate for the office of County Judge of Ohio matter of furnishing school-housecounty, subject to the action of the making iuclosures where necessary; Republican party. water. We are authorized to announce and providing for a supply of As much of this work should be Dan F. Tracy done as soon as practicable, and all As a candidate for County Judge of school-houses condemned must be Ohio county, subject to the action built and furnished within a year of the Republican party. from date of condemning order, unWe are authorized to 'announce der penalty to delinquent tru tees of E. T. Williams and fine As a candidate for County Judge of indictment for misdemeanor to one hundred dollars Ohio county, subject to the action of of twenty-fiv- e the Democratic party. each, it becomes important to all concerned that these requirements be fou (oimvcmjim. clearly set forth. We are authorized to announce Sec. 41 prescribes, as in the old Jno, T. Martin law, that County Superintendents As a candidate lor County Court "shall coudenm any school-hous- e Clerk, subject to the action of the Re- which is dilapidated, unhealthy, or publican party. otherwise unfit to be occupied, etc." We are authorized to announce It goes furtherhowever, and includes Wood Tinsley whcn "fences or other iuclosurc As ft candidate for County Court such inclosure is insfficient for the Clerk, subject to the actiou of the protection of the house or ground' Republican party. Next see section 78, where it is made obligatory on trustees, whenever the fou sheriff, has been building of a school-hous- e We are authorized to announce ordered, to have it built and furnished J. P. Stevens As a candidate for Sheriff of Ohio in a year, under a penalty.Note also county, subject to the actiou of the character of house and equipment. Democratic party. See apain Section 41, where it is made mandatory on the County SuTin; Kentucky JVhc Era is the perintendents to "condemn all school name of n new Prohibition paper furniture or apparatus, insuficicnt in published at Springfield, Ohio, but quality or not of the required characintended as u Kentucky journal. The ter, and order the same replaced with as prefirst number which has just reached proper furniture or apparatus, scribed in Section 78. In Section 78 fully up 113 id bright and iieway and are enumerated the articles which with the times. must be provided, namely: 1. A teacher's desk and chair. Much of the abuse that ia heaped 2. A seal, patent or otherwise, wuii upon the Boards of Supervisors is back for each child, the height of seat wholly unmerited. They merely do and its back to suit the age of the what it was the busmen of the As, child no desk or bench to be made bcesors nud deputies to do and there is to accommodate more than two chilno need of any abuse about it. Scores dren. and scores of men give in their prop3. Writing desk or tables for all erty at a valuation entirely too low pupils studying writing. and when this U done the Assessors 4. Blackboard space of at least 50 and his deputies arc sworn to make n square feet. 5. Water stand. report of their own assessment. With 6. Gong or call-belAssessors it, every county who would 7. Terresttnl globe. discharge their duty, tho necessity ot 8. Wall map of the world, wall map a Board of Supervisor would ccafe of tjC UjlUed stale3( nml wall wp of to exist. The Board of course make ' Kentllcw Home mistakes, but where they have) Such charts upon reading, wri- in recent yoara m tins county mado tJ,f physiology, etc., as the trustees one mhtakb they have hit tho nail may select. Bquaroly on the head ten times. Please now to note especially the initial sentence of Section 78;l,Whcn- Ir- baa long been said that the hit ever the County Superintendent no uug uiays iiowis ana wo aro over res yfics tie trustees that n scjigoMrouse winded of tho truthfulness of tho eay ' 0r the inclosure Jhejaofllasoeen cony ing, caao in point is tho recent demnedjuTttda repairing or efuBlon purporting to bo a do afoifSJOTtHat furniture or apparatus of "Our Confederate SQldiers7rfis Insuficicnt then if there when nobody 113 uttered a wora are no junus avauauic lorsucu repair against thjHghor nor memory nor the ing or purchasing, the trustees shall s, l. addi-wind- FKANKl'OR' Kv.,Oct. 13. '93 ) I call your attention to the fact that the School Law is specific in the Dep't Punuc Instruction, Ornci: or Sltekintendent, IIooii's Piles cure all .oiicor nil liver ills. All parties who arc indebted to me arc earnestly requested to call and settle, their accounts, as I am closing up Hcsp'y, my old business. 22.1t A. Gopshaw, Beda, Ky. All parties havingclaimsagninst the estate of D. Z,Gravcs,dcc.will present same to me properly proveu on or before March 1, 1804, or they will be forever barred. B. N. GtUviis, AUm'i, January 1, 1894. ( 33 4t Neclnl JVotlcr, jii: a s ti:tA, The mumps arc very thick in our city. Pete Wagner isjnpwensboro. MissKa-'.W&le ir visiting this weelTiVwjiifesville. '' Mr, Ernest Hicks is aiming to start to tiie far West in a few dhy.s. Rumor says he has a string to hut bow. Cap Colbert has gone to Lewisport to purchase a fine young mare. Miss Florence Wright, who is teach t isitiKordsville. Miss Webb McCarty, who has been OliMTrr WrltrMH l.olciil l.oftrr,Cii-Innnliij- r lolntot-Ho- l visiting her brother, Dr. McCarty, for l.iiu. the past week, returned home IltiAvr.R dam, Ky., Ian. 16, 1893. Madam rumor says I will have a Mil. Kditok. Political economists wedding to repoit next week. Miss Zina rhillips, of Hoscville, is divide the people into two classes, spending several days with her aunt, producers and consumers. Producers are those who make some commodity Mrs. Huff. ' Mr. George Gray and his little sou, in whole or In part that is used by mankind us n neccssity.a convenience Master Lonnic, of Owensboro, arc the or a luxury, while consuuursaietho.se guests of Mrs. G. W. Kelley, who do not make either in wholn or Mr, C. T. Picrson, our popular merchant, is confined to his room on the in part any commodity, butimly hanaccount of sore eyes, supposed to have dle these commodities or are those been brought on by looking nt so who arc employed in the professions, etc. The people of lKnvcr Dam are many candidates. divided between these two classes, D. S. Miller has a very seriMrs. faomenre producers, some consumers. ous nttact of la grippe. Mrs. L. Davidisou, of near town, Our millers arc producers; they take Ins been very cick for the past week. wheat and corn as theirraw materials, Miss Hattie Evans, of Kosiue, and flour, bran, shipstuiT, meal, etc., Our spent Saturday and Sunday in town, arc their fmisdied piuditcts. mm are producers; their the guest of Miss Annie Bowman. Our town can boast of something law material isN'.w logs, their fnish-e- d products lumber Our merchants, that most towns of its sic cannot, bankers and thie engaged in the and that is, there is no blind tigers professions aic consumers. Hut iome inside her corporate limits. The two populardrummers, Chisiu, one nsks, "Where do yim chtss the Oweusboro, ntul Cone, of Louisville, blind tier?" At first thought one would say lie is .1 iviiMiuur, Mil not were 111 the city Friday. so. He is in a more pretentious Misses Grace Morrison and I let-ti- c lie is a producer, a manul.ic-tuicReynolds were the fair serenaders if you please. His tools arc last Thursdajviight. Thanks ladies, whisky, beer and buck pop, and hard for the sweet music. cider and bittcts. His inw material is Still improvements go on. Mr, Kelley is pieparing.to build an addi- innocence; his finished product is tion to his house on the corner next crime. His raw material is manhood; his finished product a brute. His to the depot. Thomas Staples is the boss rabbit raw material is virtue; his finished hunter. He went out Saturday after- product is Minnie. His raw nutoii.il noon, and was gone only about two is a light heart; his finished product is a broken .spirit. His raw material hours and came back with about twenis sweet home; his finished product a ty of the lively animals Dr. Ford, of Pordsville, was in town hovel. His raw material is happiness; his finished product is woe. His raw 011 legal business Friday, Lee Montgomery, conductor on the nnterial is intelligence; his finished C. O. &S. W, R. U and his crew of product, dethroned reason. His raw hands, who have been off for several material is our boys; his finished pioduct will be our drunkaul sons. days, are again on the road. William Bowman, of Victoria, was His raw material is buoyant, hopeful the guest of his brother, James ' How-ma- j ambitious life; his finished product, I disgrace and death. What communiFriday night. Mr. Sam Ralston is building a new ty 13 it that is the home of thh ac- Heaver Dam, house on Walnut Street for Tom Har- cursed c.stabHMimeut loved Heaver Dam! She it is that din. Miss Belle Whittinghill, who has holds in her bosom this viper that just finished a very successful school stings unto death. The re.il, crawl- at Reynolds Station, returned Satur- jing, hosing viper of the field is quite a respectable and Inrmlcss day to her home at Rosine. creature when compared to these huThe debate at .Etnaviile, Wednesday night, was a grand success. Dep- man vipers who infest our town. The uty Sheriff, Jo Tom Taylor, was pres- hissing viper has a right to bite; God ent and entered into the debate with made it so. Hut God never made a all the vim of a school boy, winning blind tiger. U it weie known that right on the decision for his side. After the debate was over he gave some advice Main Stieet in our town lived a den in a few well chosen words to the of hissing vipers, not a mother nor young debaters. The society extend- father would sleep until the la&t ves-tig- e of the serpents was destroyed. ed a vote of thanks and invites him to " And yet it has been rumored, and Countky Jay. come often. for that matter known for monfhs, l'rojfuim that human ipers have been in fust- Of the closing1 exercises of the Sulling our town and that our boys and phur Springs colored school, taught by Samantha Bracken, which occurs neighbors and citizens uiuiy of them January the 26th, 1S94, at 7 o'clock bitten or arc in danger and jet we who claim to love law and good p. 111. order and to be good citizens have m Song by the school. far, done little to break up this den. Prayer Rev. Ewiug Hincs. Hut we inubt rouse ourselves to actiou Song by the school. and putthc enemy under our feet. Speech Otto Baructt. The days of the week recitation That enemy is tearing us doarn, not building us up; he is ruining our by seven girls. morils, not improving them; he is Speech Hattie Collins. blackening our character, not brightDialogue "Adam's Fall" three ening it; he is blasting our gool characters. Sunflowcf Quartette Celia Hities, i:ame aud to repay us for thus beLucy Nichols, Cordie Acton and Ed- smirching our reputation he brings and lays at our feet his ofiering of die Lockley. drunkenness, disorder, riotous conDeclamation Mark Acton. duct, quartets, fights, broken-hearteA charge by the infantry brigade women, hungry and half clad chilby a class of little ones. dren, blighted prospects and ruined Calisthenics song seven girls and homes. VIq blind tigers in the very five boys. prosecution and success of their fiendDialogue Quizzing a Quack four ish business, brings pangs to many characters. a woman's heart and tears to many a Recitation Lucy Nichols Speeches Elvis Robertson, Jim-mi- e woman's eyes. Thegreatertheir success the more pangs and tears. And Nichols, Johnny Hinei and othnow it might be well for our mothers, ers. when these blind tigers seek the comSong Cheerful songs, songs now pany of their daughters to seriously we bring. ponder whether a man who will Dialogue Pitcher three girls and neither respect law nor the feelings, a boy. nor the tears of other women, will Theodore Lockley, Danie Duet respect the virtue of their daughters. ilincs. A blind tiger is the enemy of every Remarks by the Trustees. good man and woman. His hand is Closing remarks by the teacher. against every thing that is good. His success would be best attained if our C'ulloxe llfiiieiilngi. churches and schoolhousc were torn The new term opened Monday down aud our teachers and preachers with bright prospects for a term of driven away. His business would good work. Dr. Alexander made one prosper only the more if the town and of his very best talks. He had a word community from one of refinement, of encouragement for all, but tried to intelligence and virtue should turn impress each one that he has a work to one of rudeness, iguorauccaud senvUilch no one else could perform for suality. The blind tiger is in the him, same category with gambling dens The following new students have mid bawdy houses, and like them has matriculated.this.week: J, V. Smith, no .sympathy, no kind feeling for II. A. Lash brook, Hardin Craig, II. churches nor schools nor christian L. White, Daviess county; Fonzo homes. "Give me victims" is the Herring, Hopkins county; C. E. Rucry of the blind tiger and he cares by, McLean county; R. M. McAfee, not who the victim is. My friend, Todd county; Bcr.ie L. Drake, Muhyour lxy or mine may be that victim. lenberg county; Ella Herring, E, M. Then let us act before it is too late Morton, G. D. Westcrfield, Ozna and tell these blind tigers, these deShultz, Ampless Bridges, C. L. stroyers of men and morals, that they L. B. Mills, Ohio county, must cease their violations of law, I WalkMessrs. R. Holbrook, R. D. M. Bean, mean to protect myself and family er, R. E. L. Simmcrinan, and I believe that every good citieu city; C. P. Austin, Beaver Dam; rower, Clarksville, Tenn ; Mrs. Berry of Heaver Dam is willing to do the Rev. Willis same, Let the sentiment that is alColeman, Greenville; Smith, Miss Nannie and Master Wil- ready aroused grow and widen and lis Smith, Owensboro, were welcome let us take actiou. It is well enough visitors at General Ex, the first of the to think, but thinking alone never accomplished anything. It takes acweek. Miss Margaret Nail's class in music tion coupled with thought to accomis doing some extensive work. plish anythingiu thisl'ife.Thouhtand Mr, A. B. Crabtree, of Daviess action have made the world whatit is. county, entered school Thursday. It was thought followed by action that Rev, Willis Smith conducted Gen- established the blind tigers in our morning. eral midst and it will take both thought Mrs.M). D. Ringo has kindly con- nnd actiou to dislodge them. For one, sented to give a limited number of my I do not mean to cense my efiorts until every blind young Iedie3 instructions in Art., tiger in Deaver Dam ceases his infernal traffic or is brought face to face Huh oir Timber lor Hoi. A fine lot of White Oak nud Gum with justice. Are you willing to make on Lewis Creek, Ohio county, Ky., the same pledge? If you are, we can crush out the evil and do it speedily. near railroad. Apply to W. II. Moorb l.ct us rally around the banner of S morality aud intelligence and virtue Or E. D. Guiwy. WA HartfordTK? 23 3t and strike down the foe that fctands saw-mil! bus-iuesj- ), r, n, d Ar-menfellow-townsme- SCORCHED AGAIN. as a 'menace to all that is good and till that is near and dear to us as a people. O, yes, the people of Heaver Dam mean to attend to their own business and if you are helling liquor you jtml simply have to stop and the sooner the better. Allow me to icpeat, the wisest thing for you to do is to quit aud quit now. OnsicitVKU. Mr fnrdon Hater, Tif.on, Ga., hid musiiil.ir rhciimnlNm for ten years Alter uMi.ir h.dl a bottle of Diutu- uiuiid Lightning Uemedy fur he wiolc to the manufacturers ihiit he was s.Ui.-fie- l he would be cured by the time the bottle would be used up. II ou want satisfaction, insist on having Dnimmoud's Lightning Remedy. Nothing can take its place. Of druggists, or direct, with full particulars, from Diummoud Medicine Co., JS.50 Maiden Ume, N. V. Agents wanted. Kheu-uulL- ! 'iiril ttllhiiiif lloltlr. 4 ZTr. George Smith UfoWe, Tcxm. SHAKESPEARE , Whit Mr. Smith TMnfci Would U Htti Said About Hood's Sarsaparilla "Had Bhakeipeare lived hero And sudored U I think ho would havo laid, Throw awuy all meJIclco except Itood'i .Sftrs&pa A an KnalMi'nan. coming to Uili tlllA. t have, A li tie child of Mr Hcnrv WrMit'ti. near Mngan, died last b'riday night. The family have the sympathy of the entire comirunity. cllmatP, I lmto felt tho heal very inueh. In U10 piin I MU If I m nil flio euro and anxiety ul America oa inr inlnd. I Botpna Hot tie ol Hood's SarsiparilU mid nftct X U4 Ukcn It I felt as U I could undcruko Tho President's Duties. Vnluntiti I'u rtn ItirSuIt. I had a heatf It We offer at private sale the farm of Ltit month Imposslbloreturn of prickly llo down to stand up or eeemed the late Jo C. Harnett, four miles west without nlmoit tcarlntr myself lo pieces. I Uitm cot ono nmro tmtile nnl It nai not onlr of Hnrlfotd, containing about 22$ cured the heat but 1 bcllcto It put my Hood acres. Good dwelling and outbuildings, and nn abundance of stock In good condition. I mhlso nil to Uka water. Laud and all fencing in the Hood's ftinaparUU lti Uio sprint and falL lfctconditioii. l?or further particuOr.onoj; Smith, Ualde,Teiaj. lars nhd terms of sale, address or call Hood's Pills cure Nauvu, Sick Hearts hn, on the undersigned. UlHoujncss. Sold hy all drugfiUU. , Wood Tissi.r.v, 1 ,. . Hood'sSCures n, m 1111 TaUi'ii up as North-cas- !tlrity 2 Quarterly miles -- ZRoport Hy Mrs. Sallie Camp, living t of Kosiue, Ohio county ,011 Loans and discounts . J17.079.59 Overdrafts, um.cctircd . . 221 02 Due I rout Nationals banks . -- 877.44 C C. 23 Jt Specie 777.oi Currency ,V?55 De Witt's Witch Hael Salve cleans- Kxchan,es for clearings . . 36.25 es, purifies and heals. It was made Furniture aud Fixtures . . 929.13 for that purpose. Use it for burns, Current expenses 4S2.49 cuts, bruises, chapped hands, sores Hills receivable for unpaid .stock 3,300.00 of all descriptions and if you have piles use it for them. L. H. Hean. 526,960.93 LIAMLITIKS. 1'ITS. All fits btopiwtl ficc by Dr. Capital block paid in, in Kline's (ireat Nerve Restorer. ' No cash, ii,,Hoo. In notes, fits after first day's use. Marvelous j $15,10000 33w cures. Treatise nud $2,00 trial lx)ttle Undivided profits . . . . 1,408.31 Iree to Fit eases. Semi to Dr. Kline, Deposits subject to check 931 Arch St., Phila., li. Korsalcby nil druggists; call on yours. 36 ly not paid) 10,45012 t'ntlrr ilio Kullt $26,960.93 Of the surgeon there is no more acute ) STATI! OF MiwVriug than people endure every ss County or Ohio. day with Uhum ttism. Distorted aud Ike C. Adair, Cashier of Fordsville withered limbs mark its ravages ev- Hanking Co., u Hank located and doerywhere. Dr. Dmminond's Light- ing business in the town ol Fordsville, ning Remedy for Rheumatitm has a Ky., in s.iitl county, being duly sworn says that the foregoing tutwit lemnrknhle record of ct res not only is in all respect? a true statement nf relieving the pain, but restoring nil ihe condition ol the said bank nt the the functions of the crippled limbs. close (pisiuess on the 23d day ol DeThere is no reason for any one to suf- cember, 1S93. to the best of his knowledge and belief; and further fer longer when this wonderful remelliat the business of said Hank dy affords such certain relief. II you r has been transacted at the location druggist has not got it, write to the named, and not elsewhere; and that the above report is made iu compliDrunmiond Medicine Co,, Maiden Lane, New York. Agents ance with an official notice icceivcd from the Secretary of State designat-th- e wanted. 23d day of December, 1893, as the day on which such report shall Iw (rujoiiii 4'omiiIj Coiitnition. made. The Cirayson County Republican Subscribed and sworn to before me Committee is called to meet at the by Ike C. Adair, Cashier, the 3d day Coutt House at Lcitchfield January ofJanuary, 189J. Kowan Uomikook, C. O. C. C. 22, 1S94, at o'clock p. m.t which HyJ. K. Vai.ki D. C. will be the 4th Monday. All parties IkkC. Adair, Cashier. invited to attend. This call is made JoiinT. Smith, Director. to determine what time to call a Joii.vJ. Mclliwuv, ' County Convention to nominate canJoan'T. Smith, Jk. " didates for the various offices to be filled in November, 1894. QUARTEULYBEPORT D. O'Kimsv, Ch'tn'ii. oi mi: J. H. Kor.HKS, Sec'y. Leitchficld, Ky., Jan. 2, 1894, . the aSth day of December, 1893, one blue roan cow six years old, no ear marks nor other brands. Appraised by J. W. White at fourteen dollars ($14 00 ) Witness my hand, this the 28th day ol December, 1893. Wm. M. Awtuv, J. l O. C. Attest: Kowan Homihook, C. O. iBMin Al tMditiiy ol OK THK llir loc ol l!'i'ktrr. --I ltiilnoti Hip MM. I RIwSOURCKS. V, i sai 48-5- 0 r11 1 Q UjlllTEltLY JtEPORT OF THE OP T FORD Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK At tho closo of Businoss on tho 23d day of Docoin- bor, 1803. UKSOURCISSr Loans and discounts, less loans to Directors . .$68,304.80 A.t tho Closo of Business on iuaus 10 uircciots (omcers 23d day ot Docom not included . 406.OO Loans to Officers bor, 1893. 400.O0 Overdrafts, secured 1 .937-3. . Overdrafts, unsecured . , KESOURCES. 437.06 Due from Nat. Hanks . . 5,966.74 Loans aud Discounts, less Due from Sfe H'ks& H'k'rs 43-loans to Directors . .$54,127.50 Banking house and lot . . 3000.00 Loans lo Directors (officers 1. 341. 67 not included . 600.00 Stocks and Bonds . , . , Specie 2,718.78 Overdrafts, fcccured . . . 1,412.00 Currency 2,260.00 Ovcrdralts, unsecured . . 568.48 Dlic from National Banks 15,759.11 Ivxchanges for Clearings . 2,145.59 items carried as cash 1.367.49 Other Due from State banks nud 1,000.00 Hankers . 108.00 Furniture aud Fixtures . . Hanking house nnd lot . . 3,000 00 Taxes paid . , M5.97 Current expenses . . 1,088.50 Specie i398.97 Other assets, debts in suit 69S.54 Currency 5,017.00 Other items carried nscash 50,00 $93,701.77 Furniture and Fixtures . . . 1,500.00 I.IAIUMTIHS. Taxes paid 134.05 Cunent expenses 1,768.56 Cap'l stock paid'in.incash $30,000.00 Undivided profits . 7,418.97 fS5.443.67 Deposits subjectochcck(on which in. is not paid . 56,069.79 LIABILITIES. Due National Hanks . . . 81.63 Capital stock paid in, in cash$25, 000.00 Due State banks midban'rs 131.38 Surplus fund 5,250.00 Undivided profits t . . . 6,312.33 S03.70I.77 Due Depositors 4M30.36 ' STATR 01' KENTUCKY, ) DueSfte banks&St'tc b'k'rs 50.98 County or Ohio. ) ss Sam K. Cox, President of Bank of 85,443.67 Hartford, Ky., Static 01' Kuntucky, ) ss doing business a Bank located and in the town of HartCounty of Ohio, j ford, in said county, being duly John II. Barnes, Cashier of Beaver says that the foregoing Report sworn is in Dam Deposit Bank, a bank located all respects n true statement of the and doing busiues in the town of condition of the said Beaver Dam, in said county,being du- of business on the Bank at the close 23d day of ly sworn, says that the foregoing re- ber, 1893, to the best of his Decemknowlport is In alt respects a true statement edge aud beliel; nnd says of the condition of the said bank at the business of said further has that Bank been the close ot business on the 23d day transacted at the location named, and ol December, 1893, to the best of his not elsewhere; nnd that the knowledge and belief;and further says portfa madjSfiimpllance above re- that the business of said bank has official notice received from with an the Secbeen transacted nt the location namretary of State designating the 23d ed, nud not elsewhere; nud that the day of December, 1893, as the day on above report is mnde in compliance which such report shall be made. with an official notice received from Subscribed and sworn the Secretary of State, designating by Sam K. Cox the 28th to before me day of Dethe 23d day of December, 1893, as the cember, 1893. G.B.IjKiws, C.O.C.C, day on which such report shall be Sam K. Cox; President, made. J. J. McHisnky, Director, . Subscribed and sworn to before me m JoiinC. TnosiAS, by John H, Barnes, the 30th day of m J. S. Coleman, December, 1893. Sukluy Taylor, m m Dep. CountyCourt Clerk. Neuralgic Vcr$onB I. P. Darnakp, President. M)A thoM troubled with nervomnoM multla from care or overwewk will bo roller! bfuJuS R. P. H0CK8R, Director, Brown's Iron Bitters. Jno, H. Bahnks, ... . ... ... 1 ' .... ... r $ iTV fcu Utile mark &u4 crono4 rd Uaw o aZ ! i -- & V 9 ri n r fH -- w ;w. -- Uy v - nr;v rsprr " . Ut"?VWfl' u.et .m?? r YWwvvffl ...rfj.rB. m 1 A - I1 i 1 IN ALL LINES OF iul O? nwim w When you wailt good meat, call on Hall. Ilnll handles only the very best and freshest meats. MissSudie Anderson.ol Kindcrhook, has feectucd the Centcrtown school for the spring session ruul will begin the same the fust Monday in March. We announce, this week, Mr. Geo. W. Tillford, of Ccralvo, as a candidate PERSONAL Alfred Hudson went to Nashville Tuesday. Miss Lula Carson has returned from Abbieville. Mr. R, D. GufTy went to Greenville Wednesday night. Mr. N. C. Daniel, Cromwell, was in town yesterday. 15 P. Taylor, Heaver Dam, made us a pleasant call Monday. Mrs. Q. B. dolemau, Greenville, is visiting the family of her father-in-laDr. J. S. Coleman. Messrs. 15. H, Maddox and James Wilson, Echols, called at our office yesterday. Mrs. Hiley Coleman, Dcnton,Tex., who has been visiting the family of her father-in-laDr. J. S. Coleman, left Monday for her home. WINTER V We have this clay placed prices on our entire line of winter goods at cost in order that we may close them out, as we need the room and especially the cash for spring goods. Read our. prices, the cheap-line- s known. the Superintendent of the Baptist Sunday School offered a prize to anyone of its members who should attend the school every Sunday during the year. Mr. Dillas Brown won the pri.e and we think he deserves credit for such a recoid. Misses Julia and Daisy Field went Roxy. to Owcusboro Sunday. To llioVofrr or Ohio County. have decided to make the race for County Judge, and having been intimately identified with you all of my life and known by a large number of you, I respectfully submit my claims for a kind consideration and ask your vote and influence. E. T. WnjjAMS, Jan. 16, 1S94. Hartford, Ky. I. 1 un for Jailor of Ohio county, subject to action of the Republican jnrty. Mr. Tillford is one of Ohio county's best citizens, is nn old soldier and has been a lifelong Republican. He would make an excellent officer. r t'T $S? ft:-- . P The base ball teams of the Central Grove and the Alexander Schools met in Mr. J. C. Riley's meadow Saturday eveuiug and played a lively seven innings game of ball resulting in a score or II to 6 in favor of Central Grove. S. I. Oglcsby, of Centcrtown, was Klljnli Tliomrm Wllllmim. umpire and the contest lasted two Having just learned that the above hours and forty minutes. ilamcd gentleman has become a candidate for County Judge on the DemoMr. lid WaUacc, of I'onhvillo, was married to Miss Mnggic Westcrflcld, cratic ticket, will you be so kind as of near Hell's Run, last Thursday, to grant me space in the valuable the lfith iust. The groom is the sou columsof Tin; RurunucANto express of H. I?. Wallace, n popular business some of my convictions and feelBox-do- e man of Fordsville while the biidc is ings, without the least disposition SI the accomplished daughter of C. I to disparage in the remotest degree, Westcrficld, one of the leading farm- either one of the good Democrats who does or may stand as candidates ers of the Hell's Run neighborood. for the same ofiTcc. ,$3.00; Mr. A K. Kirk, better known as Hcing nn old nnd intimate acHurr Kirk, died very suddenly at his quaintance ofthe Williams' family, (J S3; home near Mount Moriah last Thuis and having a reverential rccollecticn ' il.iv ni rtvKinMnc TTr 1i.nl Iwnti run. of its venerable head, namely: Jere- - 'iiitiKa butcher shop at Fonlsvfflc'lor l miah Williams, and being familiar hldiCS B()OtS, 75C, some montus past and taktng lllcamc j with all the children ofthe family all OUT priCCS ome Wednesday and died Thursday the days of their Uvea, I feel that it morning. He was one of our oldest almost amounts to a duty that I am cst citizens. The remains were should express my opinion of the fitllUldc interred at Clear icun unurcli rnuay. ness of U. T. Williams to fill the ofMr. John T. Martin, of Beaver Dam, fice to which he aspires. ,,,, , ,, M. Born, reared and educated in Ohio is announced this week as a candidate for the office of County Clerk, subject county, having been bred to the ,zx3L a of labor as a farmer, he first to the action of the Republican party. We have n small Hue of these goods at prices that will pay you to buy He is one of the best and most popu- cntcrd active public life as a school now, and keep over to winter again. lar men in the county and possesses teacher and taught with success at j office. Hartford, South Carrollton, Point A pair of lHankets 75c, worth 51.00. Hetter pair $1.00, worth $1.50. i undoubted qualifications for the He has been a faithful and hard work- - Pleasant, Goshen and other places, Hxtra pair 51.5O, worth $2 25. Very fine $3.00, worth $5.00. Good Com- - iug Republican and Ills many friends finally locating in Hartford and will be glad of an opportunity to re-- 1 adopting such a profession as has kept forts 75c, worth $1 00. Hest Satiue Comforts $1.00, worth S't.50. him constantly in contact with the waul him. hem, representing the interests of the best and most intellicoi. s. r. A gent class of laboring citizens for United States Life Insurance Com- ,n lI,c comit-- v this wcek more than twenty years, is to my We mind a suffient evidence that he looking after his extensive business. must possess a knowledge of the fo absolute security, good terms, real necessities and wants of the peoprompt payments, and good bus- ple whom he aspires to serve. Being i,1LSS incl,,odi .tllc Un.itwl ,states has a man of fine intelligence, unswervno superior. 1 here is in the county ing integrity and sterling honesty, A?"b n? 'V'1 aTMt it would seem that he is well quali' with the fied to administer the affairs of a practical and honest constituency, Elsewhere, in this issue, will be such as the people of Ohio county are. ... , . "Wl He is the elder brother ofthe Hon. luuno 111c announcement 01 .ur. in. -- . Daniel, of .Cromwell, as a candidate Jessie Williams, who has efficiently for the ofliceif Assessor of Ohio coun- - served in two terms of the Kentucky . OQDJDOk ,CTEI nn2bl Ck. law to fty. snhject "j the action oi the Rcpui. Legislature, having defeated the mo, Jfcr 1 ur. jjaxuei is me uibi gul of Republicanism, Col. Q. C. lean jj.iriy. PUOl'UIKTOUS OFRepublican to announce for this office Shanks, in his first contest and Hon. and his many friends will be grati-- 1 Herschel B. Taylor in his second race, fied to know of his candidacy. Mr. than whom there is not a more honDaniel is a good citizen, is thoroughly orable or respected citlen in the qualified for the place and would count. Both these canvasses were Tobacco and cigars at Tracy & Son. Fmay,-)a19. jShS make an efiipieut olllcer. conducted upon such high tone and ! lominy and lleans at Tracy & At the August term of the Circuit gentlemanly principles as to demand V. II WIU.IAMS LKA13S. Son. Court, Win Sncddeu received a judg- and receive the highest respect of both his opponents and the public Uest Jeans Pants at Fair Hros.A" Arbucklcs coffee 25c, at Stevens & ment of $4,000 against the McHenry Having his whole life generally. Co. Coal Co. for damages received white Collins. nt work in the mines of said company. been identficd with the industrial infor prime cost at Kail Hios. Hoots French and domestic macaroni at At the November term a bill of excep- terests and pursuits ofthe people, we &Co. Tracy & Son. tions was filed and the case goes to can scarcely doubthis qualifications to Give Ilnll a call for anything in his Circuit Clerk, serve the people acceptably; while Call on Tnuy & Sou for all kinds the Court of Appeals. line. G. n, Likens, lias just completed therefore the Democrats would honor of cant cd goods. frchh apple butter nt W, IK Wilcopying the record in the case, which him, they would honor themselves For anything in the grocery line covers liams. The work was by giving him the nomination that 170 pagc3. call on Stevens iS: Collins. done on Mr. Likens' new typewriter, he asks for, on Saturday, March 3, in Tiy Carson Co. for bargains 1S93. Tracy & Son nie headquarters for and is a model of neatness. every Yc. And now with good will toward all, loaded .shelis and ammunition. In another column will be "found and malice toward none, we do most Vriesmcycrs' Iidics fine shoes at Repairs for the Oliver Chilled & the auuoucement of Wood Tiusley as sincerely hope that the Democrats of Fair llros. & Co. a candidate for County Court Clerk, Ohio county may be like minded. lHssell Hows at Tracy S: Son, Plenty of Tobacco Cotton on sile at subject to the action of the RepubliRespectfully, Dixi. Mowing machines, plows, harrows, can party. Mr. Tinsley is Fair Ilros. & Co. a man of and hay rakes at Tracy & Son's. ability and sterling worth. His busA Curd, I.iuc oi custom made children shoes I have decided to withdraw from & Co. - Others uif.y blow and boat, but if iness is that of a farmer in which he nt Fair Kros. is successful. He served with credit the race for Jailor. Thanking the Try W. II. Williams for anything you want cheap groceries call on as a gallant soldier and has been for people for the past favors they have Stevens Jc Collins. in the grocery line. many years one of the most active conferred upon me, lam, Stevens & Collins will give you Respectfully, Uest Fancy Calicoes, 5c. per yard and prominent Republicans of the good weight and " groceries J. P. TuoMrsox. Bros. & Co. county. He is well qualified for the at Fair for your money. position and will make a very strong Newest Styles in Men's Hats at John W, Hale, the Fordsvillc phoMessrs. Taylor cc McIIemy are race. Fair Pros. & Co. tographer, has now in his safe the having their law offices, north side of Mr. Klijah T. Williams announces only portrait ofthe late Gen. Speed S. Fiesh Oysters and celery in abund Public Square, overhauled and quite himself this week as a candidate for Fry. It is owned by the General's nuceat V. 1H Williams. tastily and conveniently arranged. County Judge of Ohio county, subject only daughter, Mrs.. Dr. Turner, of Hev. Willis Smith, of Owcusboro, to the action ofthe Democratic party, Hall will ticat you exactly right Bowling Green, and was sent to Col, with him. delivered a very fine senium at the C. Mr. Williams is a man oC great force when you trade Ud win Forbes to have copied .for the Monday night His hear- of character, possessing a fine sense You can buy a suit of clothes at P. Church engraved portrait of his biographical ers were delighted. Ilartfoid people of right, an extensive business exyour own pi ice at Carson & Co. sketch of Gen. Fry. The picture is a are always glad to have him come. perience, and in fact every qualifica- a cabinet size photograph and does Remnant Stock of Millinery less Hev. John O'Uticu, Dawson, tion necessary to fit him for the re- not appear to have been taken but a than cost at Fair Ilros. & Co. His short time before theGcncraPs death. is conducting a levival at Cromwell. sponsible position he seeks. The best of com syrup, N. O. and The interest is good and the indica- dealings with the people ofthe counOn the lower margin of the card in Sorghum Molasses at Carson & Co. tions are that a good meeting will be ty have ever been pleasant and have the General's hand write nre these served to give him a very high place words: S. O. 1 Hall' is doing the meat the result. "To my daugljterj-- S. S.Fry." in their confidence. He will make a country. business of the Green Uivcr Mr. Hale wll take"several copies of Prof. Wm. Foster's Class in Litera' very stroug race. the portrait before it is returned to Carson & Co. have just received a ture came out with orations last FriKlsevvhcie these colums will be Mrs. Turner. Call and day night at College Hall. The Hall fresh lot of Mackerel. &c. found the announcement of Mr. J, was crowded with an eager and be convinced. The joints and muscles arc so luaudience nnd all the young P. Stevens as a candidate for & While in town call at Stevens bricated by Hood's Sarsaparilla that to the office of Sheriff, subject to with people acquitted themselves Collins and examine prices and qual- credit. the action of the Democratic party. all rheumatism and sti fin ess soon disity of groceries. Mr. is Stevens a sober, appears. Get only Hood's. Mr, T, II. Hines, one of the oldest Don't fail to secure some of the bar- and most prominent citizens of the discicet and honorable man and very No better aid to digestion, gains to be had nt Carson & Co's in mmtt rltnrl nf Ilia Imuw Hfnr Rnl- - popular. As nu official he has been ) No better cure for dyspepsia, r f.MA1 n .. nflin.m.t- illnliiatrfa a Goods. Kil Winter phur Springs last Thursday. Uncle 7 Nothing more reliable for biliousiif-;. cl Sheriff. He has been very iorlu 1...7. in .i Carson & Co, have the most comu., tK ..fc '" ............ imj -- ....v., .... ness nnd constipation than DeWitt's be found in a good man and will be greatly miss- uale in his choice of deputies to assist plete Hue of Groceiies to him in his discharge ofthe duties of Little Early Risers, the famous little ed in his community. the country. the office and it is a foregone conclusion pills. L. B. Bean. 100 Suits Men's Clothing, nil wool, The Sulphur Springs School.taught that he will have a clean walkover in MVMtnoiti;. worth $io.oo, go for $8.00 per suit at by Prof. Lee B, Mills, closed Friday, his race for the nomination. Mr. W. S, Hackett went to Buel ' Uros. & Co, Fair' January 12, Prof. . II. Shultz gave (fcji ulsewherc In this issue will be Sunday. a few cloaks lcit at Fair Ilros. an interesting lecture m the afternoon found the announcement of Mr. G. Mrs. M.' A. Funk was called to the Hie &!&. lUhcjUlUtyo&'fmakc your on the subject or Education. Davis Royal as 11 candidate for As- - bed side of her sister in Owensboro ' 7 school gave an entertainment at night sor of Ohio county subject to the ac- - Wednesday. which was highly enjoyed by a large g$W. II. William-M"fieadquarters Mr, and Mrs. E, M. Hackett spent itionofthe Republican party. Mr. audience. Royal is n young man, being not yet Friday and Saturday in Owensboro. for all kinds of fruits, candies and Quite a number ofouyoung people staple and fancy groceries. One of the best schools taught In twenlyfour years of age, and posses- ' Muhlenberg county this fall and win - ses more than ordinay ability and is attended the party at Mrs. Ella Tlch-enor- 's Mr. A. P. Taylor, who has been last Friday night and all reter was that presided over by Miss an earnest and active Republican. confined to his room for two weeks, of this city. Miss He comes from a'section of the coun- - port a pleasant time. Lula Johnson, with pneumonia, is able to resume Johnson is one ofour most accomplish- - ty that has had very few candidates The Baptists held a meeting Thurs his school work again. ed young ladies.and her many friends and would add strength to the ticket. day night for purpose ofcalling a pas The bottom has dropped out of are pleased to know' of her success as His many friends are glad of an op- - tor. The result was that Rev. V portunity to reward him for his good Brcngle, the present pastor, prices on Overcoats, Shoes anjl all a teacher, Her school closes she returns home nnd on work for the party and to recognize chosen by a unanimous .vote. winter Goods, Call and see Carson his true worth as a young man.' At the beginning of the ye Monday enters school here. & Co. and be convinced. BOOTS & HEAVY SHOES. Ntrnyrtt or Stolen. Three head of cattle from my farm on No Creek, about November the 1st. All young steersabout three years old, all ofwhichare red. One with bell on. All three are branded with the letter nS"on right hip. The return ofthe cattle or any information leading to their recovery will be amply rewarded. W. F. Srrjvr.ss. Harford, Ky. 23 at A .25; new Hoots $1.50, worth $2.50; high top good Boots 82.25, worth Roots, sizes and 7, $2, worth Mens Roots for water grain tfcs $1.00, $1.2?; aild cllll dren's coarse Shoes, 50 to $1. on these are the lowest ever have every article advertised. DSlxxls-ot- J We Comlorts vo-cat- f line of Gale's Jeans, Linseys and arc novi)a,1,s Flannels nt the lowest price. ready to furnish our trade with Tobacco Cotton ut price's cheaper than any other house in the county. Read carefully cry article we advertise, and remember wc1'"";"""""1can back the prices with the gvods. i ev-l.nowt ..-. J:trrf W .. J"tfCJfc3- J3 , C-JC- HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION. M ; To my Republican friends of Ohio County :I nm a candidate for the office of Assessor of Ohio county, subject to the action of the Republican party, nnd being a stranger to the most oi the Republicans of the county, and as I probably will not be permitted to meet with many of you before the nomination is made, I take this method of addressing you. I come from a section of the county that has been poorly recognized by the party, notwithstanding the fact that the North side of Rough Creek has been making the greatest gains for the party. I feel sure investigation will reveal the fact that Ohio -- TO SEE THE- county would have been safely Republican to day if the South side had kept up the lorward march like us northerners. While this is true no one from this side seldom ever asks for or receives a nomination. If I am not mistaken, and I think I am not, the Republican tickets for the last ten years have been composed of, ifeprjiSyfviBIBlBBBBy twenty-eigtfrom the South side and only four from the North side three of these four being candidates for the office of Jailor, Surveyor and Assesses-so- r. One not acquainted with the geography ofthe county would think one little precinct contained all the territory on this side. Fordsville, eight years ago, gave Williams, Democrat, over one hundred majority while Awtry, Republican, beat Smith fifty eight votes there last fall. This He will cave you MONEY by Buying from HIM. Will ' statement is not made to vent my sell you a Uuggy, Harness, Lap Duster nnd Whip from 60. 00 spleen on the South side. I don't blame any body but us fellows up up to $75.00. The Davis Carriage Company has the reputahere, who have been too bashful to tion of building the best Buggy for the money of any Factory ask lor the nomination "pie." We are generally helped to a small slice in Cincinnati. when we ask for it and these Cleveland times have taken the "bashful-ness"outyour humble scribe to such an extent that he modestly asks' for a small piece. I am in my twenty-fourt- h year and have been nn Republican ever since I was twelve years old and I OK THE OPENING OP THE am not a "daddy" made Republican either, as I got into the Republican camp four or five years in advance of my father. OP THF .In concluding this card I desire to say that it is not now my intention to make an active canvass for the nomination, nor shall I be a patty to an AND TEACHERS' PRACTICAL INSTITUTE, unseemly scramble for the same, should I have opposition, but in the event of my nomination, I expect to take a aggressive stand for success. Expenses most reasonable. Plans modern and progressive. Instruction In short, I shall make a hard fight Advantage most excellent. A thorough and practical. and do all I can in an honorable way School for the masses. for the success of the entire ticket. I wsssmmmmnmammmmmmmmm ask a sober consideration of my claims. I don't ask any any RepubTuition per Term of Ten Weeks. lican toaulin my nomination who Common C Primary $3 75 doesn't think I'll carry the partyban-ne- r School Intermediate 5 00 in an honorable way, and in the Department (. Advanced , . . . . G25 event of my election, discharge my Collegiate Department i 700 duty faithfully. Respectfully, Instruction in Music and Art at Reasonable Rates. Board in best of G. Davis Royal. private families per week, $2.00 to $2.25. l'nrl. Do you want a cash bargain in a Suit of CLOTHES? If so come at once. We will for thirty clays sell a Suit worth $22.50 at $18.00 " 20.00 at 1(3.75 18.00 at 14.50 ". " " " 15.00 at 11.50 u " 12.00 at 9.25 And so on. Now these are good and fashionable Suits. In old lines we will give exti$buts,as we will close out these goods at these cuts. Also a few Overcoats at ' i ' r . SLAUGHTER SALES. A Pew Cloaks at Closing Prices. Heavy Boots go at bargains. Now, this is all we have to say and we mean JUST this and no more. Come at once. J !i- - HOCKBE 5s CO. . Come to Hartford h SPRING OPENING. OF C. L. Field's car of Buggies just from the Davis Carriage Company. ti 1 So come and judge for yourself. all-ov- SP fUN SESSION HIGH BEAVER DAM SCHOOL January 16, 1894, 4: ... ... ,""", f D. J. K. Maddox This session ofTcrs nnusual advantages to young men and womcu and eshas moved to his farm in the country, pecially to teachers. Our outline method of teaching secures to our students Mr T, J. Morton, Hartford, is visitWo kiudly and honestly solicit the pat ing relatives in and near Beaver the use of any and all ronagoof all seeking a thorough education, and very decidedly guarantee Dam this week. . circuMr. II. D. Hunt, ofthe new firm, satisfaction to all earnest students. For further information send for Hunt and Co., made a flying trip to lars or cull on E, R. RAY, President. DORA E. GIBSON, Vice President Hopkinsville, Saturday, on the trace of some watches stolen three weeks ago. Mr. J, M. Rogers and family have The Best Shoes moved here for the benefit of our for the Leau Money, fl good school. The Masonic ladies give a candy-pullin- g FOR night. at the Hall &$ ft 'Xv lENTLEMEN. The Law and Order club met Monday night at the School Hall to use mm7j VvA 85, 84 and 83.60 Dress their influence in suppressing the ille83.60 Police Shoe, 3 gal sale of all intoxicants in our for Worklngmen. IB m? Mi 'Sir midst. Mr. A. D. Taylor took the peWm. 82.60, 8281.76 for Boys. 82 and to every home in town to get tition v Hm? LADIES AND MISSES, people sign it. ' H c: xrH. Prof. E. R. Ray spent Saturday in 83, S2.B0 S2, $1.75 CAUTION. If any dealer Rosine. offeri yon W. Z IHclM Pupils who are thinking of attendm reaucea price. nuoea "5 KlilltTlfiTHR or aj na n mem witn- ing school would do well to come to WRkllil' hAftU4 III m nime nam pea bottom Beaver Dam. Sk thedown as pat hint ?H0E' ? a fimod Jan. 17th., Rev. hi:aveii dam. text-book- s. W. L DOUGLAS it lUM rl cwi-if'w'S'i $3 SHOE m ihos. toles. smi 9 lizc n xit P:IX&-- asps Tc5asaap SCHOOL NOT KS. ImhSiiSe andtakely s L School opened Tuesday with a large number of pupils a large number of new ones among the list. I would name Messrs, Albert London, Rosine; Tom and Luther Baker, Alvie Pate, Rheinhold Jahu, Goshen; Randolph Wedding, Horton; Misses Hoitense, Nettie and May Rogers, Beaver Dam; Misses BettiejMartin and Sue Monroe, Horton ;jiaiie Willis, Rochester. We expect V kayea greater number some whose schools in a few we' ., it, Will be in soon. yistiora .were pres- rnystcians es J, H, Nave, Martin, Oscar vJXZlSPJX W. L. DOUCLA3 Shoes arc stylish, easy fitting, and give better satisfaction at the prlcci advertUed than any other make. Try one pair and be conDouglas' name nnd price on the bottom, which vinced. The stamping o W. saves thousands of dollars annually to those who wear them guarantees their value, talu of W. L. Douglas Shoes gain customers, which helps to push the. Increase the sales on tlielr Hill line of gootU. Ttmy can Afford to git at a lea profit, ua uo.irrRUiw. iiiuimj wj iiujiuk muinrai Urookton, fin.l w TifllleVO YOU CMH who upou application. V.X, JIOUUJLAS, vi Mats, - $fe VUoU IjoIov. Catnlok'uo two I. P, HENPROW. Sulphur Springs, Ky - jjr s to-da- Sv srh jjf . s . 1 ; 0!i"MMUchell. rrparq oy vootraw. ;nvii. IS rrwj.rrciaaiGo ilfi,.(INOSJBsjjjjjrwj nraHfiF'EtigffiftiBUSi NESS ' Ml - i J T1 MBF7 mi sar s1 , LkSBES iTho rata Oollofiosf wftctlciU Business Tralntntr.Ilfol;Kaepln.?iMi ctvo A pcumport to Imfltuem nmtnu(v;wi, Q Enoa fite0f.lrres,t, J. . FUh, floo'jr. AddiewHPMywn ,&' ' m - d ); LOUtevmeny., uwensporo, y., or mpp f . V WH'yf' .1' f fc. ,'HCU:. W:- - m8m i J :& h -- r ai.i, -- a, . I i.jjsMSMi--: f. i f' ) v v f- jf a Hartford Republican PiMUAV.jASUAP.V 19, 1894. TO THE PROFESSOR. Yunr path nml initio tin wldo nimrtj l'if jn'j, tlio tlilnsaof licmlnml heart, Thn Ictcl of Hint loftier plane, Whero noul ilntw nenr Its bource ngnln; Tor me, tlio nonlhl street nml mart. Your choice Im founil "that better part," I feel tlio smart, Ami, Martlm-llkAnd 11ft contrast, Ith Becret pain, Your palli anil inlncl i Hut jet two vccli limy depart On illlTcrcnt tacks, Jet by oncclinrt Direct their course ncroii tlio main. To somo for port, nml so theso twain May flniuli closer th 111 they Blurt, Your path nml inlncl C. 11. Qolne In Summer Fallow. if LA K ! V y? E) 7 - "Dick Lang." "Aye, 'nt's 1110 that's rspenkin, MngDICK PROPOSES. gio, nu nnoithcr. Mag, lassie, if yoonly kent hoo mucklo I loo ye. I hncua had n nicht's sleep thinkin nboot yo for tho 'Lo, Mng." hut fornieht." "Thnt yon, Dick?" "That's no mucklo." "Aye, it's me, Mnggio hoooro yo?" "But Hint's no 11', Mnggio. I wns "I 'ui bruwly, ' ' sulci Slug, u littlo eau-:ilthinkin aboot Bob Spaldin. It wus tho thocht o' him tnkin yo frao inc. That "It's n flue, ulclit." "Ayo, there's nauthlng wrang wi' was it, lnssio that was it. I'vo been thinkin aboot yo for yearSy," thoulclit." Mag looked across tJQolda at tho "Fino niclit for n walk, JIngglo." "If Hint's Bae, lioo 1I110 yo nognonn red ball of firo thnt forinoWiKrentpcnii-circl- o on top of a purplo hill that bound't'ak' yer wnlki" Mild Jlng, routing. Dick Iookeil cautiously into Mng'a ed tho fur sido of tho distant glen. "Will.yo hno me, Mnggio?" n3ked eyes unit stroked his chin, "I heard yo Dick imploringly. woro walkln wi' Bob Spaldin," ho Baid "No, I winna," catno promptly from warily. her lips. V'Didyc, tho'?" " Yo winna O Maggie, think again, ' "An that you tin him wcro tao wait' for nn answer liko that jincs hamo liko n 111 a tcli o't." tho stab 0' it kuifc. Is't possiblo that "Did yo, tho'?" yo dinna ken I'vo never looed onybody "Is't no true, Mnggio?" "Sneer two qucbtiunfl, Dick, nn I'll but yersel'? I'vo lied nno heart tao gio tao onybody sin' I kent yo years lang tell yo tiao lees." Dick ntroked his chin ngain, looked gano by. I'm no sno gudo lookiu ns tin mid down tlio road nnd changed tho Bob Spaldin, nn I dinna carry my hnid sao high, nif mnybo that stands i my leg on which ho hud been resting. "If it's no true, Maggie," ho said, wi 1100. But, Maggie, I'vo a heart heio "I'll fctoii tho stories fliat nro gain tho that's yours as though it had never tno me. Whan my granny dees, roonds." "I'm much obleeged tno yo, Dick I get Vr biggin, 'er coo an a' "er chaLang," said Mag, giving her head a ttelsthat 's In 'er will, Maggie. Tho hoos wad bo oor ain, nn prood wad I toss. "It'll bo nao bather at a'. Yo ken bo tno milk' yo its queen. But abuno n' that, Maggie, I loo yo Fairly, nn I'll mo better than thnt, Mnggio." f, nover loo unithcr. Think again aforo "Daoltho'? And what aboot wha keua maro aboot mo than ken yo answer me will yo nno mo, Mnggio?" I myoolf ?" Dick took Mag's hnnd in his, nnd sho "An yo say it's no true noo dinna thraw me, Maggie, but juiot up an oot pressed it. Sho Baid nothing, but simwi' tho truth, nn I I" ply smiled. Her silenco wus accepMag wns staring at him, nnd Dick's tance. Detroit Freo Press. tonguo clung to tho rcof pf his mouth. "Hoo's Mary McDougal?" shonsked. Scrliingur Ciiahnicre. "1 hncua seen her in tax months tao Rickety wooden houses, mnny stories speak tae Mnry McDougal michty." high, beemed to lean nil round ns in "Did yo cast oot?" every possiblo direction, each unliko oot aboot it, "Thero was nao casting its neighbor in color nnd height, though Maggie. Thero was never onythitig nearly all with beautifully carved shutntween us. I'vo kent tho lnssio n' my ters, hanging in picturesquo angles days nn gaed wi' 'cr nt nn nnterin timo from windows, innocent of all other juist for friendship's bake. Oh, no, protection. In tho warm sunlight, tho Maggie, yer clean nff there." brown and whito tones ripeneil into yo say, but mnybo I'vo been "So rich shades of yellow and red, and hero bcariu stories aboot you." nnd thero a palo pink house, with em"Wha-wha- t did yo hear?" erald green window frames, threw in "Oh, nevermind." a strong dah of color, and over its "Wecl, thero u'doou richt Ices, every neighbor's dark carved shutters would ano o them." hang strings of red tomatoes drying "Say as euro's death, nn I'll bclievo iu tho hot sun. ye." Most of tho houses seemed full of "As euro's death." people who looked out listlessly from " Yo ken what yer a sayin, Dick?" behind their many colored draperies ns "I dao, if I should dco this minit." wo passed. Others, more curious, "Wha put on yer tio for ye, Dick crowded together on overhnnging vermichty, it's jtiist liko a hnrrnn cloot andas,, which hnd absolutely "no visithrown roond yer neck. Como 'ere, nn ble mentis of support," but whoso inseI'llf-or- t it for ye." curity seemed in no way to affect tho Dick smiled affectionately, took a laughing, chattering group of people step townrd Mng, placed his aims Every hero and thoro tho upon them. head. akimbo nnd held up his irregular lino of houses was broken by "There, now," wild Mng, after hav- a narrow sttiet, winding nway into aling taken off his tio nnd readjusted it most black darkness, so sharp wns tho a la mode. contrast between it and its bunny sur"Got yer wark a' done, Maggie?" roundings. "Ouy uyo lang sine." Scrinagur has Bix bridges crossing tho a walk." "Lat's tak' at tarious intervals, and Mag ran into tho houio to"snodo" Jhelumtwo of theo nil fishir.tf is prohibwnlkiAl up herbelf up n bit, nnd Dick ited.- by tho maharajah who nominally nnd down in front, humming, "VTo'ro governs tho land, tho reason given bea' John Tnmsnn'H Bairns. " When Mng ing that tho soul of a Into maharajah emerged, a tartan shawl was thrown has jlasscd into a fish, who resides in over her shoulders, and a small bonnet this part of tho liver! Cornhill Magadorned her head. Her cheeks wcro ruddy ns tho rose, nnd her hazel eyes azine. sparkled with tho happiness sho felt. Sleepiness In Church. "Whaur'll wo gap, Dick?" sho asked, Somebody has discovered that church looking him in tho face. sleepiness is to bo explained oiwicientific "Whnur dao yo think?" nsked Dick, principles. It is, iu fact, a condition returning tho look with compound of hypnotism, and Ed far from indicating inattention to tlio sermon chows "Ony whaur yo like, Dick." rather complete absorption by it. doon by tlio burn Fixing one's mind on tho voice of tho "I think wo'll gao nu nlang by tho trees, whnur wo used minister in tho otherwise completo sitao gae, Mnggio, yo ken." lenco of tho nudieneo room produces It wns a delightful evening in tlio fall just tho conditions necessary to domiof tho yeat, and Dick Lang wns never nation by another's mind, nnd tho nodhappier in his life, with Mnggio ding heud and drooping, heavy eyelids tho prettiest girl in tho village, nro not eloquent of tho preacher's dullby his side. But Mag was Kincy girl ness, but rather muto testimonials of nt times, for sho know her charms, us his powerful influence. Thus, ono by every pretty girl does, and when sho Mie, aro hoary traditions fnding away was iu tho mood sho loved to tenso those beforo the tearehing light of science. whoso adinliation or aifections bho hud L'xchangc. won. Nearly every young man in the village had mado advances to her. and At Homo. with 0110 exception bho hud turned thun Having had an excellent season "on all against her on account of her saucy, coquettish ways, which tho young men the road" with my splendid photofailed to understand, ami invariably graphing outfit I have now established my gallery permanently at my bent them off in a huff. Tho 0110 exception wns Dick Lang, whoso love for new house in Beaver Dam, Ky., where IIo had begun by I am fully equipped for doing all Mug wus a passion. Cabieying her at a distaneo and gradually kinds of photogiaphic wotk. getting nearer. At iiist M10 tieated him net photo's a specialty. InstantaneCall with indifference, and in his presence ous photographs ol children. had always becmid to think inoio of and .see my work. Veiy truly. soma 0110 else thun of him. Bob SpaldA. D. Taylor. ing was a btrapping young fellow and to all appearances Hindu tlio most progOf courbo Mag ress iu his advances. hud as much as denied that thero was letau anything between her and Bob, but sho was so full of fun at times that in order adto beliovo implicitly all bho said it was necessary to have it in black and white. Tho leur that Bob would carry oil' Mag mado Dick nil tho. more, anxious to wiu her before it wus too late. And tho opportunity ho was now given was all that ho wanted. It was a common saying about tho village that Dick was ratl'er long headed and knew a good thing when ho saw it. IIo know a little of human nature, and below all Hag's nonsenfeo ho could discern a truo mid wm m heart. At all events, Dick inWas determined to have her if ho could. withThey had walked neatly a milo atteii-out sayHg much, boyond talking about Iho weather, for D'"V. waa making up his mind what to say and tryiug to got courago nt tho sumo timo to say it. When they reached a clump of trees not far from thn burn, Mag suggested that they sit down, remarking that thoy had had a big washing nt tho house, and sho felt a little tiled. "1 micht n thocht o'that aforo, Mng. gio, if yo'd only telt me," baid Dick repentantly, "but hit's sit doon noo." "It's a foo' moon tho uicht, isn't it, Dick?" asked Mug, looking up into y. yer-BeWoth-erspoo11 taoyomyscP." "Engaged? michty." "Wcel 1 was juist speorin, yo ken" "An whnt mnk's yo spcer n quostion liko that, Dick?" "Weel tao tell yo tho honest God's truth, Maggie, I want tao Lo engaged Baid, looking very guilty, not by any means sati'ded in his own mind thnt ho hnil nuswered tho question In tho right way or hud fully comprehended it, his thoughts at tho moment being in an entirely different direction. Thero was a merry laugh in Mag's eyes, hut sho restrained its vocal expression. 3ho merely shook for n moment with tho emotion and then tried to appear serious. "Maggie," paid Dick at length, still digging up tho earth' with his hcol, "yer no engaged, aro ye, taoonybody?" cheese," Dick ROBINSON CRUSOE'S ISLAND. Thn lViijiln Wlii Now Inhabit tho Itnfuge of He I'no's Hern. I ' j I . distnueo kick, from tho shoro nnd hero now stands n littlo village- of Binnll huts scattered round n long, n low, 0110 storied building, with a running its wholo length. In this houso lives n nmn who rents tho islnnd from tho Chilian government, nnd tho villngo is made up of n few German and Chilian families. Tho tiny town is called San Juan Bautista, nnd tho craterliko ami of tho sea on which it is situntetl nnd where Alexander Selkirk first landed is now culled Cumberland buy. Tho island is rented for about JC200 n yenr. Tho rent is paid partly in dried fkh. Catching nnd drying tho ninny varieties of fish nnd raising enttlo nnd vegetables wholly occupy tho contented settlers, nnd much of their lit tio incomo is obtained from tho cattle nnd vegetables sold to IKissing vcsbcls. Tho cattle need no care, nnd tho vegetables nlmost grow wild. Turnip3 nnd radishes, first sown hero by Selkirk himself, now grow rank nnd wild in tho valleys liko weeds. There is also n race of wild dogs which completely overrun tho island, depending for oxisteuco mninly upon seals. They nro tho descendants of n breed left by tho Spaniards. At tho hack of tho littlo town in tho first high cliffs is n row of caves of remarkable nppcarnuco hewn into tho sandstone. An unused path leads to them, nnd si short climb brings ono to their dark mouths. About 40 years tigo the Chilian government thought tha.t n good way to bo rid of its worst criminals would bo to trtmspoi t them to tho island of Juan Fernandez. Here, under tho direction of Chilian soldiers, theso poor wretches wcro mado to dig caves to live in. In ISjI they were taken back ngain, however, and tho caves have sineo been slowly crumbling nway. Tho narrow ridgo whero Selkirk watched is now called "tlio baddle," becaui-at either end of it a big 'ocKy liuniniocK rises inco a pommel. , On ono of theio is now n largo tablet ver-nndo It is not generally known Hint Junti FeniiiiHluz the island on which Alexander Selkirk, tho Robinson Crusoe of romance, lived for so many years is nt tho present time inhabit ed. ?vo vnllcys, winding down' from tafferent directions, join n short paitment, who nie chosen by the people to execute such lnws, and who under oath promise they will faithfully execute such laws, who has the power to annul or abridge cither the law or tiic penalty except the LegislaREAD OUR TESTIMONIALS tive body. Can nitv member ol the Win completely destroy tliodeslroforTOnACCO in from 3 toB executive body fulfill his 0.1th and Unr. Perfectly bnriif e.fBJort.,SMit niaintatt his allegiance to the people iuiu.uujr BvujBuiun.iugurcuuwinKin n row uaya, Z ' L" anlbo guilty of cithiF? And it he iMUflMflflKis mamiM habit oS?ycXrtttvotop;rdt,0'r,u I' e not guilty of one or bth, whe UULD CURU TAULBTS ..uiuuvui,u)' iiiuusuui our M't'tiAL jiiriiiKirriinirniiuuciitHnronlIowcl tlio freo tno of Liquor or A FEW lawsas for ench ofleuse the fine until Biirli tfmo ns they slinll voluntnrlly Rlvo tlicm up. I "" p "" """""" imiiipnir i oi icniitnonmisiroo.niul gnnll s'inll 'be not less nor mote th. iu. li. d Testimonials iinBiti ,.vuuii infcrrrii frii.n tiny of tlicso lmblu In cominuiilcif ,, .iu.ii, u nurii ...... uy iiillllUUI our 1 AIII.KTS. amount, and an ludtviduil Ins Ui.ow-iugl- y mo for ealo by all Fikstclabs from porsono .MILL'S JAB1.ET3 and willingly and with a religIf yimrilruKfriidoo.iiiotkrciitlirm.onclosoiin who havo boon ion s spirit iu th fiance to the law, vionml wo will send jvu, uj .viuunuaii npncKOKUUi iiimnis. curod by tho uso of lated tlie same a great number of v.rl,0ny.'!r "n'" ""I nililrcssplnlnly, nnd gtato Trlictlirr Tablets tiro ur Tubucco, MorpUliio or e times? If he without giving tin i.W, .......... amui.. j the puvilegc of s tying by a jury Into purch-Kln"R'Vnn tin., ... it .nP.r$0T Tug Ohio Ciieiiical Co.: ; ;;: --t"T "'- ' tl'hj u ..(Tr.rnM in. ..i ituiin.Mim. 4..ii., i.n. l'uuk wh.it tlie penally shall be, fixed the DKAll 8IH! I linvn lirrn lla!ni vrtut Mi. T1V V,r-I- n - ' . . vwnj lur .uuiiL-iripenalty on a small per cent, of the llliuil, nnu IUUI1I1 U WOUKl Maiiufuctiirpil only by do wbnt you claim for It. I uai-i- t tun n.m Of tllOfltn)nLF.lt.lluvlnir liitinrrlinilnv. number of violations and suspends or TITlf Iroiu ono to tlvu clRursj or I Mould Hinoke Has not that dismisses the 6thers. tPIl tO tUrtVlltni'rtnf tnlHirrn. Ihiv. rltMurit.1 nnd sinoknl for twiiitvnvo vinr. fiiiilfwfi,inr.ir,ivi,a OHIO CHEKIOAL CO,, member ol the executive usuip'-of your TubloU cured mono I bnvoiindciilroforlt. ll.M. JAVLOIIU, Leslie, lllch. 61,63 4 65 Cpen Dlock, nuthoiity, has he not betrayed tlie Iionns rcRiir, N. Y. confidence which the people had reLIAIA, OHIO. for ffl.OII wortli lif vnnr Tnlili.tH fnr T.itinAoi, llnlilt I r....l...l them nil rlKbt nnd, nltfiouKlilwntiotlinbcnvyiimokt'rniidcbower. posed in him, has he not with conI'AIITICCLARS tucydld tbo work tn Iras tlum tlireoduvH. 1 urn eiinil. tempt nnd utter disregard lor the peo Truly youre, 11AT1IEW JOIINsON.l'.O.IIoxiS. FREE. 11 pic tinmplc.l their several privileges Tnr.OntoCnGMtCALCo.: Okktlekbn: It Rlvea tno iilnieuro to speak a ., word of pralKo for your Tablet. My aon wnaatrunftly ouicteil totnouanof 'nealh his cgotisttc.il feet p.imlereil to uquor.nnii tiiroiiRli n friend, I wna led to try yourTublcla. Ho wnsu livnrv nnd constant drinker. , but the will and wish of the minotity inyoiir'iauiein uiiiiiireounyaliOQUllurliiklnir, nnd will not touch llcniur uiieruMnir of nnv kind' 1 havo wnltcd four mouth beforo writing you, id order to know tho euro wus permanent. stead of the ui.ijority,aud coiulec 11 a vuro irmy, Wild. UK1.V.H MOKItlSON. ing so to do, sank low in the scde i, . ....J... ?...'.:'. ' The Onin ('iisiiiral nni-flni.vmir.i.i.i. of patriotism? Will the people con J linvo betm rurl l.v ii.nii.nrif usl niorphlne, hypoilertnlcnlly. for aoven venra. nnd o lAUcknyea of yourTabloU, und without nny effort on uiy part.havo W. L. tinue to repose confidence iu such a TLUAY. uirvHH all Oitloi-- to one or trust their interests in the haiidS of one. So, regardless of their porn Dlock. LIMA, O HIO. interests and desiren, and show so i 03 n"d 05 ' r tT-E-Ii i little courtesy and respect to those 'J3' u who have honored him with such an exalted position which liiey cannot afford to have stained by the shame and disgrace of infidelity to their cause, or will they open their eyes to their own interests' and assert their rights and demand o their servants, such sctvice:'. as the people desire and the servants promise to render? Double Chloride of Gold Tablets ai Mor-phlii- p LL'S 1 1 eo-pi- r-- fl d m I Hills Tablets. i tt 1 trt i A-rzt- j 7 EHS3 E OHIO in,;E.oWw, 'n?h:fWFif,f GHESiCAL CO "a9?ri &aa5'fl!BaJi'Hfg Ki:tciu:hon. We i 1) will-sen- d you The Republican and the Louisville Week- g V, 011111101 X v , CM '114-DO 1 with inscriptions commemorating Alexander Selkirk's long nnd stay on 'the .island. It was placed thero in 18C8 Try tho officers of the British ship Topaz. A small excursion steamer now runs from Valparaiso to Juan Fenian dez trip is made in six days, Tlio and three of theso may bo spent on tho island in fishing and visiting thoso lonely but beautiful spots which, j.early 200 years ago, wero tho haunts of Robinson Crusoe. Melbourne Argus. Tho tjurcn'. Name. Tho following extract from Charles lone-boni-o one year for $1.40. It's just as easy to try One Minute Cough Cure as anything else. It's easier to cure a severe cold or cough with it. Let your next purchase fora cou8h l,e 0ne Minutc Cough Cure. Better medicine; bettei result; bcllci try it. L. B. Bean. xy . Wco-cn- . We :-, We will send you The Republican and x STBXl ttml2SL&. L- - l i f the Courier Journal both 81.75. JtviuryS L W Gj.isey ope u ? sciiool rt Pleasant Walk New lhis-p!ac- are manufacturers ofButjios. GartsSurries and Carriages, and deal directly wiiii tlie consumer, thus saving lim the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices are reas- or.a!i!b, and veguaraiit3o satisfaction. Respeclfully, GrevIlloV'Dinry," under dntoDec. 1810, All communica- tions (lousiness ters should be dressed, not to the We do not know to whom the editor personally for lowing vpgrant bititofisadvice should good, sound be eiediteJ, but ssnse: When a man phyfully po!uts he is away much of a pistol or a gun at you .ock him the time, but to The down. Don't stop lo inquire whether not; him down. Republican, Hart- it is loaded or icularknock you knojk what Don't bep:,. him down with, only see thai lie is ford, Ky. This thoroughly knocked down. If a cor sures prompt ' oner's inquest must be held let it be fol1; good school and would like to have Mr. I locker or some othergood teacher. Miss Bee Potter, ol Touscy, spent Thursday with her sister, Mis. Will. Tttnslall. Mr. Oscar Armstrong and ms'cj, Miss Addie, were the guests of .Mis-.cLelia and Floy Murphy Sunday. Queries. Miss Molly Ttinstall visited relatives near Tutisey last week. Jim WvlmttT' Luck. Misses Lelia and Floy Murphy and "Sam, can yer lend mo a dollar that Pleasyer hns no uso fur?" Baid Jim Webster C- ilia Phil) ps are attsnthu to Sam Johiising. ant Walk school. "Certainly, Jim; I'zo pleased to At a dance near Cane Ford, Fii lay yer," said Sam, handing night, Charles Monroe called Frank Jim a dollar. Jim was bo surprised at his luck in Kebarkcr out to have a talk with gettiug tho money that ho bit tho coin him. It ended by Monroe sliilsinv" to sco if ho was awake or merely Kcbarker with an ax bruising hi, dreaming, and in doing so discovered We have not head considerably. was mado of had. that tho dollar "Dis heah is a counterfeit, Sain. learned the cMSi of th; trouble didn't think you'd do me that way." Vanv.ssA "1 know it's eortnterf'it. Jim. Ver asked mo furouo I had no umj fur, an I ivo it to yer. I'zo r.lwayn kit.U to my o lriends. " Tesas Sittings. Family io tell the great illustrated " I'mmijlvuna Grit One of the dniutiet of the New isowspaper, Good, Year cp'end'ir is that issr.l by the Uert felling paper published. I've boys make Injm 50c to o5 ever) proprieto.s of Hoe d's Sarsipa'a. It Saiuultiy. Send for freo sample will fully satisfy eve expectation as enpv mid lull 'particulars to GItIT "Sweet Six- J'UDLISUING CO., Williamson, to beaiuy and tui'ity. teen" is the head of a bs.iutifu1 girl, Pa. lilhogr. p'l d the lovely picture bei-t'I HE WEEKLY The pad in many delicate color harmonizes with the exquisite array ol color above, while the dates aie easily read. Hood's Calendar may be 's a (n page eight column Donio obtained of your t'mggist or by sendNewspaper. It conlaii" tho ing s cents iu stamps lor one or 10 be. of everything going. I1ENIIY cents for two. to C. I. Hood & Co., ATTEItSON is the Etli.nr. Lowell, Mi'ss. a Yoai'. -. 1 and thereforo when Princebs now Quean Victoria was exactly 7 months old, hours upon tho point raised: "Tho Duke of Kent gavo tho uamoof Alexandrian to his daughter in compliment to tho einpeior of Knssiu. She wus to havohnd the uamoof Ueorg-hum- , but tho duko insisted upon Alexandrian being her first name. Tho regent sent for Lioven, tho Itussi.in embassador, and mndo him a grcnt'mnny compliments en lo peisifhmt on tho emperor being godfather, but informed him that tho nnnio of Ueorgiana could ho second to no other in this country, and thereforo sho could not bear it at all." It was accordingly ns Alexnndrina Victoria that tho infant piinecbd was baptized on Juno 24, 1819. Notes und ono you for Ky. P. A: AMES & CO. . miki:vi'.. I Mr. D. M. Il'ocker basLeeii talking . We need a e of teicbi igat W V&-tf- . &&&& cMATSJRilDEM NEW 1TOBK " AlfctW . inraiatlon conccrnln I'nlriil- - and how to ob. turn them tent freo. Alio a catalogue of Ciochaa- l'atenu uktn thnuiph Sluti'i ft Co. reoolro fpeclalnotleolntlioMcleiillllcAmrrlrnn.and tbua nro brought widely bvrnrotbo cost to tho InTcntor. TtiLt rpIomiM tuner. ssucitweetlT.olefcjntlrlllustralwI.liMbrfiirtbo larecst circulation of any tcitmillo work In tbo "!rl!:,s',.?.',cri Sample coiile year. ent ttea. Ilulldliij Klltloo. Dimthir. 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S S jff ' Not one minute elapses between the "I moon man, whar'syer lugs?" taking of One Minute Cough Cine "Oh ah I'm thinkiii it is." Then Why shouldn't people, Ditik1 stroked his chin and toro up tho and relief. take One Minute Cough Cure? They tod with his heols. "It's a fiuo thing, a moon, Maggie, isn't it?" Dick at last should. They do. L. B. Bean. found words to say, in order to break tho monotony and gain timo, but with.. out lining ublo to explain why ho had i.-.:irri " w west wjtu- ar tuid to. rcsentuiWB.uw . d . a good thing?" asked Mug, lQpftbJ,gjan--air"IIoo is't n laws arc eiu-- ; looking nt him with tho tails of her tyta. fa Colbert has gone to Lewisport 1 . I'vp heerd it'salda' lnttru lar . Xntrcliase a fine vounir mare. tiifoNiiio mooni yo ken. waa li'gudo aiH... ... tnilk unr iireservln thin:; Ijit J1ISS iMorencc i,r!l.i. wiiunnuui wnjjiii, ...t. lr.nnt, e "What did yo say, Mnggio?" asked yo if it was tao bo n foo' to exeiclsc some of the Ights conferred upo.i me by the Constitution of Kentucky i e., ficedoin to ctpress my opinion and to ask qtus-ion- s First, it is not for information. ght tlie majority tie. i Is it not pr.ict'eil in the coninmuwcalth fro.u 'ie Congress of Unitotl' State's to the the most MnfcWor cot. ., and from the National at the ballot-bo- x election to that of tiieVstnallcst district XrvCinn as well, J' ftucii ue uie cate anu a urge mnjo' xy'm.V I" l,,c biiy toddrS-votlhat thnLJj iig disposed 20 En DOLLARS y, Eaotorn nnd Northonstorn Points .Meniplila mnilo easily nnd honorably, jiuof We will send you The i'.niin Cosirrtfpolitan both one year for $2.00. Talking unwithout experience. g necessary. Nothing liko it for cwfoflcred before. 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