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OF IE PARTY IN THE FOM..B CONQRESSIOIIAL DISTRICT. 5 hi Annua, In A.T.111. VOL. VI. HAETFOKD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUAliY 26, 1894. an NO. PROFESSIONAL tCARD. 2. . WHO WAS SHE? four weeks wssiui The Best Dressing AYER'S Xot Hint cor.tl worn It BInco Pnt It down, lad, for nono has Ainl 119 It sheltered her shouMera, oh.aijia affol ono thall wear It 1 tclljou p Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report. 1 MM fe iwt- -r 'okwrif.-r- , It. lut It down, sir, confound youl VVImt? sir? No! ""1 it I'e-Bnor- Jok-In- s, HAIR Aritx wftli fa All rlglit, lad not nnVr. for how ceroid yoa know It? A fndcil old uhveor a. thief wouldn't frtcnll Your unclo'n mt ann nnd n worsa n38 to show It, But that coufi nmomonfoof when lho was . real. You como hero nnd stnoko, an-- you tell mo our troubles How Mary is cruel, or,Ktlicl Is chill. Well, onco I rao happy In blowing tlfo's bubbles. $ I enco was a fool, ond I wish I wero still. Pirkl SHUTTING DOWN THE MILL8. Well, tho worst hev come to tho worst, wife. The mills they shut down tonights Tor thocompanj's been Their moirey clear put r eight. And tlicy ain't no orders And tho market li dreadful fi'acft. tho super says. And tlio wholo cin-ar- n. to wrack. Is Jest . Jes. ff. aicnn, J. H.n. Wedding-- Baling LAWYERS, bmler HARTFORD, KY. Office, GLENN & WEDDING, orer Anderson's Biuar.) vlll fert lonaar. CLAIRETTE SOAP Injura m.'.rt, It claara 5wt doa ft tics, rjrt roughen or eh- -, MJIIJ0JX8 tensad. CSairette Soap Tha. olff will tmell trill ba olotnop anA ft. bor If tvlM VIGOR rre-en- U 9 AesGUuimf filiarpsliootort. Will practico their profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, nnd court of Appeals. Special attention given to criminal practic and collections. " ' Tames . J&. Smith., 3rYta.rarrl 1 baeoculnt the hair from 3 Uiln, faded. gray, J wiry, and ?resarres trhtv-fl&nc- U. ft. Ebib,? MTWj. M,K. FAIR BANK &C07 QUAHTERLY HBPORT or URK-HUiTFOBD ST. LOUIS. y& V ll(o. It curoi Itching humors, and kecpa tlio scalp cool, moist, and boallby. Wvmim "SSI fti,i jjZSS' -- uriance. and aolor to an ad- - lux Half wny up llfb'a hfll with your twentr-on- o C summers. You enze up nt mo going orv cr tho crest, And ) ou think I was nlrrnyn old. All men are mnmmers, And I've played tlio lover alonmvlthtliobest. What? Toll you? Kot llestnottotalronpold $. ' U31IC-9- . j V"o touch Into flro. Old memories glow, and tho pain flares Mid them, ond bometltaca thdy burst Ayer's Hair Vigor, Bold bj Drncitit and rettumiti. i tjm.jw HLigisc7tfKyiyj'mMiir,i FUTURE TRANSIT. "Be careful," Mid tny guldoj "there h emj one moro step." Descending Mfvlr the step thus I found niyrvlf in n vast hall alone-soundin- Attttoolo-- O ol Business on llltnilnatrd by trie bllndlnjradlnucoof Itctrie lrtn,crarfootctp tlio 93d day of Dccom in the eilence. dU I corn bor, 1B03. y ""fhore was It W-- RUSOUKCES. loans to Directors . . f 68,504.80 Loans to Directors (officers . . . 406.00 not include 1 400.00 Loans to Officers x, 937.3s Overdrafts, secured J37-oOverdrafts, unsecured . . Due from Nat. Hanks . . 5.966-7483.-- 8 Due from Sfc 'ks& U'k'rs Banking house ami lot . . 3000.00 . 1.341.67 Stocks and lioiids . . 2,718.78 Specie a,6o.oo Currency Exchanges for Clearings . 1, 145-5Other items earned as cash i.37-4Furniture and Fixtures . . 1,00000 . . U5 97 Taxes paid . . i.oSS 5J Current expenses . - . 6ns 51 Other assets, debts iu sv't Ti9n nnd discounts. lOS taerof Wfcotr.awjrinjretwIimagnMoT" There wm no iHmn to thuee Interrogations. A. long ia tho night, doors of froa opmi ana tlo?e4 noisily, tb. ent of etnlrcaBte deeply sunk in the earth that --raa nil I could succeed in rernemWlng iakd I had no IcKmre to think. "Von are Undoubtedly asking who I am 'and whir, yon nr?" eatd my guide. "I nin Colonel Pierce, nt yonr c, and we are- In America in the city of Ikxrton, in a station." tie-caor-le- 111 tliix voyager can tfioi is hi any.i: 0:34 in the fumiou-tIN- t indst threo houra Urfcro ho stirred frnn tho English mdo." 1 knew not wlit n Hrfnk. TTna I talking vth an itiMino person? SnonM I have faith iniheo fabulous theories? "Well." raid 1, "tt may be ao. I will aesuino it tr be tnn tbnt ytrnr Invention enn attain fncreaible apd. but vhen yon come to atop, to rsddtaly ar ret this rapid motiom, will not every thing bo shnttrreB?" "I3y no mean" re9cmitfl tha eolo-no- l. Hfo'sMaydldl Awcctll Ah, that's bettoTl What nonsense Ispoka Of a penrco lit flirtation that ftlckorod and faded, ray thought of It docs now tn Then died sUioko. What? And torturM thbwmt WJlh n hope km dedlre.' Idlo talks of old dreams that have passed as llailin ifC bo they cloed iho doors tonight, wlfo. And I couldn't Keep bark tho tears. To seo them shuttln tho doors for good Tlict had swung for so many years. But It Isn't so bad for us wlfo, Tor we'te nary chick nor chllnj But Jim nnd the rest uv thorn feDen, Thoy re evorlostln wild. You're eurlous ettm Tbero, bo off to your tennis. triad to remember, but Her name wm-P- vo can't. Yovlt find aa you ajo that tha memory of man l'vo worked by tho sldo of Jlra now Fur a dozen years and mora, And I ne,rer seo him look so beat And so despritcllke before. j ' Jest think Xtieachcroua thing. Ko, it vwum't your auntl (jondou Judy. Cuvtvn. SSptlO.h. ts IV the terminna of the Boston and Liverpool Pnemnn-i-c Tube company," and fvith a gesture of explanation Colonel Plorco polntod to two long iron eyl Irulers about two meter in diaiattor which woro not far from ua. I gazed upon thio two cylinders, set in a mats of niasunry, lmlng mormons $93.7' 77 metallic obturator, from whence sev I.lAniMTIES. eral Iron funnds tutentUt, passing Cnp'l stock paid in, in cash f 30,000 00 through tho ciilki. And all at once 7,418.97 . I understood. 5 Undivided profits 1 rcnanitx-ivto linvo reafl a short Deposits subjectocncck(on r, which in. is not paid . 5M9 79 time provioiiRly, in nn American 81 6 an article recounting an sxtrnor-flinftr- y Due National Hanks scheme for uniting Europo nnd 131 38 Due State banks and ban'is tho now world by two K'Kntl0 tuWs J9J 7oi 77 under tho ocean. An invention had inndc, Inventor was tho Statu or Kits ruer.v. ss ken Colonel and thowho was my presPiorco Countv ok Ohio. J" wry ent iruide. 1 ngnin rend, in thought, tho Sam K. Cox, President of Bank oi article In the uowapaper. Hartford, Ky, a Bank located and The rcportT wont into all tho doing business in the town of HartHo wrote of the entcrprii;. ford, in said county being duly snorn that 11 wna oonatructtHl of iron, of n says that the foregoing Rcprt is in ltngtk ef 5,000,000 meters, weigh-in- f all respects a true statement of the l,fl00,000 tons; that S00 vessels condition of the said Hank nt the close of 9,60 ton. each wero necessary to f business on the 23d day of Decem- trarspcrt Hie material, enck tcmoI mak-inber, 1893, to the best of his knovvl-edg88 vwyages. He fhowed that this and bclicl; and further says that adcotlfti armnda carrt.S the (ted to the husincss of said Bank has been trrr veela at anek end of ttio rente, on transacted at the location named, and koard of whteh fti eada of tho tubes not elsewhere; and that the above re- were kels). He explained that the tubea port is made in compliance with an trmilTt were extended under the official notice received from the S wares wltnorri tntermirelon in sections retary of State designating the 23d of three meters lerewed togothur nnd day of December, 1893, ns the day on powerfully bound by a triple band of which such report shall be made. steel plate oreered with a coat of roeit. Subscribed and sworn to before rac In regard to the matter of its workby Sam K. Cox the 28th day of ing: The tnbw, which reeemWotwo G Ii.T.ikuns.C.O.C.C. pea ahoottra, cnrrlcd in their 1893 Sam K. Cox, President. a aeriea of pnseonger cars which J. J. McIIknky, Director, were impelled by powerful currents of " air in the pame manner aa tho present John C. TnoMAS, " J. S Coleman, fnoumntlc procefn. A eomparlson with tbo eteam railQ UAJi TEJiLYll KPOR T road fystem eonolnSi'd tho durerlption, d and the anthor errthusiantcalry OF THE the advanrage. of Hie new and Mdneicma system. In the fnbts thoro to no disngTeenble nolf a to caute nerv-r- n tTepidatton, thankl, o flio internnl tsrfaeN whieh ra of relished tteel. Tho K remperatnre la er.n, tho currenta of rr being modified according to thosea-on- , and the rates for pasrengers or of Business on At thoCloso meTckandlse bsing extremely moderato ?3d day of Dooom- by reason of the economic toustr'uetion bor, 1893. mi. the comparatively small running txpenaof reijnlred for wevking the "X "Vi, atwtion?" caid 1. ... ... nuttn-p.ipe- 1 do-Ui- s; e ra num-rrare- Beaver Dam DEPOSIT Bfi HESOURCE8, Loans nd Dlscointfl; less loans to Directors . , $54ii7-- 5 Loana to Directors (officers 600.00 not included . 1,412.00 Overdrafts, secured . . . 568.4R Ovcrdralts, unsecured . . Due from National Bauks15.759.il Due from State banks and 10S 00 Bankers Banking house and lot . . 3,000 00 1.398.97 Specie .. 5.oi7- Currency 50.00 Other items caniwi nscnsh Furniture and Fixtures - . 1,500.00 134. 05 Taxes paid . . 1,768.56 Current expenses on to atato, for-tttfjart, deeplto tho 1,060 Mlomo-farj- f wVtch tho rotation of tho earth makes each hour, bodies sitaateil at tlio equator are atlll subject to tbo laws of jcravlty, forjottlng that It would be necessary to do released from tho operation of thefo laws to have- a speed 17 times greator ho wont so far as to assort thai trains in consequence of tho rapidity of tholr movement nnd the curving of tho oarth would bo subject to so small an amount of friction that thoy could bo usod indefinitely, perhaps to all otornity. All that canio to my mind then nnd thoro. Thus this Utopia had becomo reality, nnd thoso two cjlindora of iron $85,443-6that were near mo oxtended beyond tho LIABILITIES. Atlantic and welded togothor, ns it Capital stock paidin.incashf 25, 000.00 were, tho two continental Dospito 5.250-0what I Baw I was not ablo to convince Surplus fund 6,312.33 mysolf. Thero wero tho tubes truly, . . Undivided profits . . . . 48,830.36 but that passongers could bo tnkon by . Due Depositors . 50.98 that route I could not bring ruysolf to DueSftebanks&St'teb'k'rs bollovo. $85,443.67 "Was it possiblo that a complete curof that Statu oi Khntucky, ) ss rent of nlr Icould bo establishedquostion length?" formulated this J tJOUNTV OP OlUO, loud. John" II. Barnes, Cashier of Beaver "Vory easily," answered Colonel bank located Plorco. Dam Deposit Bank, a "A largo number of blasts, and doing busines in the town of ilmllnr to thoso omnnating from a hugo Bever Dam.iu said couuty.bcing du- hirnaco, ro sufficient for the purpose ly sworn, says that the foregoing re tho air is forcod back with n power al port is in all respects a true statement most without limit, causing n frightful of the condition of the, said bank at , ' .. , , . rnnidity of h the close ot business on the 23d day more than 1.800 kilometers an hour, ol December, 1893, to the best of his nearly that of a ball discharged from a knowledge M"1 belief; and iurther6ays ennnon. Tho speed attained is so rapid that tlie business of said bank hal that owr oars, filled with passengers, been transited at the location nam-eoconpy trot 3 houra and 14 minutes in and not elsewhere; hnd that the accomplishing the 8,000 miles between above report is made in compliance Beaton and MTerpool." with an official notice received from ''That ti over 1,800 ml lee an hour," the Secretary of State, designating ,1 tMlairaed. the 33d day of December, 1893. ns the "Thera h iw doaW ot It. And thora Tho day on which such report 'shall ' fat a feanHar feature about made. Ume m Liverpool k 4 hours nnd 40 me stnntea fatter tkan ours, therefore a Subscribed and sworn to before byJohnH.tBrncs, the 30th day of traveler who tearcs Boston at 9 o'clock December, xS?3- Sbklby TAYLon, In the morning will arrive at England Dcp. County Court Clerk, t 14 minutea past B o'clock in tho nfn I, P" BARNAnn, President. ternoon, la not that n rapid Journey? R. P,"Hockhh, pirector. On tbo other bund, for'czatnplo, as our " tho JNQ. II. Babnus, trains aturtfrfluj Lfvasoal'. -. .An fhi writer went nf ... - .... .... a real, unmistakable, chronic tramp, nnd whon tho kitchen I had an experience onco that was door waa opened to hia knock tho HARTFORD, KY. rather uniquo in tho hunting lino. It sight of him almost unnerved tho Will practico his profession in all lady of tho houso. wa3 years ago when tho old fashionou" "Wha what do you want!" aho tho Courts oi Ohio and adjoining muzzlo loaders wero in vogue, and I counties, and in the Court ot Apasked. 1 nover know it to bo duplicated. "I want somethin to do, mem," ho peals. Special attention given to was out duck hunting and came upon collections. Oflico, in County Attorropliod. a pond that wna filled with "Do?" sho exclaimed as she- sur- neys office, in Court House. teal, .redheads, etc. It seemed that thero was a sort of union veyed him. "Yea'm, that's what I said." meeting, and I had stumbled iu on it Perry Westerfield, "What in tho namo of aenso can tions? Tho only way to know tho giving tho password. Natuwithout you dot" aho inquired as her norvo working la by experience " rally I hauled up and blazed away. And without waiting for mo to reI couldn't stop to nim ; in fact, I didn't returned. spond Colonel Plcrco drew out sudden"I kin cat, mum," ho answered need to, but it rained ducks around Beaver Dam, Kt. ly a handlo of polished copner from the promptly, and sho slammed tho door thoro whilo 1 was roloading. There sldo of ono of tho tubes. A panel runin hia face. Detroit Froo Press. wero bo many ducks thoy couldn't ning upon grcoven wna thrown open. get nwav because they wero crowded Au Astronomical l'anle. and through tho npTture saw a suctogether so tight that thoy couldnt cession of unrtow bonchov upon encli of Two of tho four moons of Jupiter fly, audi let go both barrels a second occasionally exhibit a rare phenomwhich two persons wero eentod side liy time. eide. enon. Thoy cross between ua and "Tiro pnotupatic carriage." cspl'uti-cWhen I atnrted to load again, I that planet's disk aa dark object, alruloucl. "Let s departr LVr. c. " the found my ramrod missing. I waa though it i3 positively known that followed him obciriently. and the furiuus, but I could do nothing with- their sunny eidea aro at that time One Marker's OrloTnnoc. By panel wua iinmculutely closed. presented to us, and in consequenco My favorite barb a morrj-littlmeans of an EdlTr. lamp which linue; laabout miniature orbs Mlow;and I"rtlW8Taiieved until t fcofciUfll tadojacra. dropping, should appear ns illuminated than "from theTccntcref fte" arthis' I exam15 minutes they stopped ined curiously tli plr tn Trhieh tho other day that' ho was ono of tho and I could see clearly onco moro. no less brilliantly tlio immonso globe that holds them found mjeolf. JJuthliig could bf inttr happiest persona in tho world. But Across tho pond waa my ramrod in position. It is tho third and fourth simple. r A long rylludcr. cunfoitaMy I havo learned that ho ia no in ita flight satellites that mako theso dark transticking into a treo, but podded, acres rhlrh wrte '.0 ai)uchau3 than most of us. from tho gun it had gono through In rnlia. nrrancvd In bound "Yes," ho said, ,lI liko tho business tho neckaof 87 ducks, and thero thoy sits. Tho first sometimes crossed aa parallel rows. At riuh rud a valve first rate, and I gof lota of tips, and I a brownish mass, but tho second has regulated the coiullhuii of the ntmnv expect soon to bo ablo to aet up for hung like a row of game in front of nover been known to cross in any- OFFICE OVER BED FHOlfT " a butcher shop. Pvo got tho ramrod pherc, that In tlio ivnr perniKting the myaolf. But tbero ia ono drawback up in my room now. St. Paul Pio- thing but most brilliant attiro. St air to penetrate fh rylinder.while that about Louis Republic, Is prepared to do all kinds oT I oan't oat oniona. A bar- neer Press. It In front gave egrrsa to that whleb had ber wlioso breatii emelled of oniona Dental work at reasonable prices. A Sure Cam. Impure. becoino wotdd novo? seooro steady customTit First Kxlo Oanal Cargo. B01110 littlo time pnried whilo I waa Mr. Jlnkson-Bing- lo has lost moners. STow, I am an Italian and A gentleman residing in tho west- ey at everything he's tried lately, maklug my ewniliifttlon, and beoom-infond of onions. Tti rather ern part of tho city says ho had a nnd hia friends aro afraid ho'U soon tomewhr.t Irapnllcut raid: conversation tho other morning with bo OTNT "Well, colonel, why do wo not start?" oat them than anything I know of a stato of chronic molancholia. No man Captain Houghton, and during the Ho in "Start? Wo darted some time nso," except, perhaps, garlic. hasn't smilod for weeks. ever yoarnB after A drink moro than talk learned tho following bit of hisreplied my grtTle. Mrs. Jinkson Poor follow. Why Could we be en I do after onions. K is tho hardest tory: Was It posrlble? & doesn't ho marry? Was H really frno? I listened kind of a trial to havo to keep a route? John M. Houghton of Frankfort, "What good would that dot" attentively trying to hear some noiso grip on myappotitonll the time. 'Herkimer county, who was 11 years of "Why then, you know, ho could which would givo ovidenco of motion. I think I should bo tiio happiest man ago when tho Erio canal was opened, If wo had really started, if the colonel ki tho world if I could oat onions and is a halo man yet. Ho went on the blnmo his rovorsos on hia wife's and tako a fresh start, Tho Lcidiiiff Photographerhad not deceived rae In talking about ptill contiuuo to bo a barber." Now canal aa driver whon ho was 15 years tho samo aa you did." Now York 1,800 miles an hour, wo ought to bo far York Herald. t old. Ho afterward becamo a Weekly. from land under tho billows of the captain and tho owner of the ?i(tnrii h Sijls and Sin, oecau. Abovo our heads tho crested IIdmIoh Oroetlngs. Tho oldest known English comedy boat William Tell, which was the waves way bo beaming against each ts901d Pictures Copied and Enlarged A Russian throws himself on tho first boat to paso over tho canal from ia "Ralph Roister Doister." It was other with fury, are perhaps even at ground nt hia A SPECIALTY. master's foot, clasps Buffalo to Albany nnd down the modeled on tho comedies of Teronco, this moment taking mftirn monstrous 108J Main Street. serpent of nn unknown species. The his lmoes and kisSce them. A Polo river to NowYoik. Her cargo con- and tho exact dato of its publication whales are striking thefr powerful tails bows down to tlio ground or kibsos sisted entirely of hogsheads, barrols is unknown, although it is thought B7m6 OWENSBOMO, f A Bohemian and bottlos of Lake Erio water, part to havo boon written prior to 1551. 143 master's shoulder. against our long iron prison house. I heard nothing, only a sort of kisses tho lower hem of tho garment of which was mingled with tho waters Its nuthor, Nicholas Udall, was ono But I.ODI8T1I.I.E, NT. LOUIS) ATX.R.B dull, scarcoly perceptible buering. and worn by his superior. At meeting a of the bay of Now York on tho occa- of the masters at Eton college. Russian Bays, "Sdriffavuityo" ("Good sion of tho groat feto in celebration plunged in a stare of unbounded Loiinilli. Si, Lnii I mi lihri; ;' A museum founded at Berlin by and not ablo to believe in tho health"); on partiig, "Do Svidanya" of the opening of tho wondorful wn . reality of whnt vmi happening 1 be(FreBch, "Au xwoir"). When sep- torway. passongers included William I ia intendod Bolely for tho Hor ' come client as tno frma went by. SCHEDULE IH EFFECT NOV. 1, 1191. arating for a lengthened period, Governor Do Witt Clinton, tho leader reception of royal garters. Garters tio.il, K,U, Nearly en hour passed tTrus, when I "Pro&htchaltyo" ((Pardon" i. e., for iu tlio canal enterprise, and a delega from tho limbs of all tho princesses WEST BOUND. Dllj. Dally.1 auddonlv felt a danrpnew Tjpem my leaving you so Boon). Lander und tion of statesmen and distinguished that have been married in Europo Lr. LouIt1! .. T.49S. tn. 6 2SpS(. forehead, which awoke me from the Volkerkuudo. ". vari- einco 1817 may bo found in thia persons from foreign lands and . Stla.m. lOOyCm. Westrolnt torpor Into which 1 was fart falling. ous parts of tho United States. Utica uniquo oolloction. Brsmlenlurg..... .... 9.1T a. m. S.0X J. as. I carried my band to ray face. It was 9 4 a.m. I ST a. aa. InliiKton.....-...- .. Observer. Disease Oorms. wet. Wot What had happened? Had In 1812 tho bituminous coal mines ..,... 10 23 s. m. 9.91 p. is. ephfneport Tho oxplanatiorVof tho bacteriolo3 tho tubo burst under tho lmmenso presA True Patriot. of tho United Statea employed Clorerport ........... lotta.m. sure of tho wator, a pressure which must gist as to tho difference in tho effect persona: tho avorago number of "How did you liko Franco, moin ....... 11:11 s. m. 10 16 p. aa. Hw esrllle bo formidable since wo woro ai such of diseaso germs on tbo human or heir? You spent six months thero, working days waa 219. Tho grand 11 3S a. m. p. at. Lewliport....--....- .. is simply that of tho Biblo. I understand." Should we bo 19. It p. m. 11 11 p. aa. Owentboro an immonso dopth, total of employees of coal mines waa 1.04 p. m. 11 So p. m. SpottSTlllo swallowed up by tho ocean? omo germs fall on good ground and . "Oh, tho country is good enough, . 1.95 p. m. 12 80 s m. Ar. Henderson..... A great fonr took possession of mo. multiply, others on stony ground nnd but tho laugungo ia abominablo." No. 69, No. H, Bewildered and almost desperato, 1 enIf thero ia a bigger fool than the fail lo grow or wither at onco. When "How BO?" Daily EAST HOUND. Dally. deavored to cry out in my agony. who can't toll what ho saw at typhoid gcrinjajbreathod into tho "It's not half bo musical as our manfair, it's n gar- And I foundinysolf in tho man who can't keep Lt. rienderson...... .....,. 7.13 s. m. S:15p. n. lungs, it poriBlxe8 jusras'do tlio myri- German tonguo. For example, when the Bpoltrll!o..... .. .. 7 J7 a. m. i ST p. as. dou generously Bprintled by a poltlng ad of other germs wliich wo daily from telling it Elmira Gnzotto. 27 a. m. IMp.n, Owenttaro --. mm, or wmen 1110 isrgo arops uu iSH breatho. It ia far otherwise if it ia a German mnkea lovo to a woman ho says 'Ich liebo sich I' Ich liobo slch I' Lewlsport -.- ... IWi.B, sasp.aa tempted my sloep. Since tho reduction of cab fares in Bvvollowed with tho food or drink, which certainly Hounds very awcot. 9.33a.m. IMp.m" HeTillo... 1 had gono to sleep upon a rustic London tho ratio of patronago to 10 01 a. m. S.ST p. m, Clorcrport and finds after running tho gantlot A Frenchman, on tho other hand, population has risen from 14.0 to 77. boncli whilo perusing nn articlo written ...... 10 28 a. tn. S.19 p. m. Stephenspor! stomach a suita- grovvla "Cho fou namo Clio fou by n Bostou reporter, sotting forth tho of tho juices of tho 09 p. as, 11 03 a. m, IrTlnj;ion.......:. ble placo for growth in tlio intestinos. namol' which to mo sounda vory fantastic projects of Colonel Plcrco, Stated meeting of the Hartford Brandenburg ............... 11:20 a. m. 7.31 p. ro. who I fear will nover meet with tho Tho germ grows and multiplied, and brutnl.)' Paris Figaro. 8 03 p.m. P. & A, Masons, first 03 p.m. Lodge, No. 675, .. Westl'qlnt tho prdinary phenomena of tlio dis1.00 p. ra. 9 03 p. as. realization of his nbcurd bop68.-J- nlt in each month. All Ar. LoulsTlUe Monday 3Innr Persona household brethren night Baltimore Sun. easo result. Verno. are invited to attend regular. tre UoVradiwn om ocrorkot TsalnsNo.ot and No. 39 moke connection a W. M. Ho was II Was Probably Fibbing. ducks-malla- rds, re-tu- shrugging hlsshouMen. "Berwcen our tubes, ono of which serves to go and tho other to rctnrn, and running In opposite currents of air, a communication exlits upon each aide. When a train approaches, wo are made aware of the fact by electric sparha. and by means of electricity tho foico that pnslios tho trnin ii paralysed. Left to Itself, tho train continues on Its way from tho momentum nlroady acquired, and by moans of a vnlvo which connects with a current tho speed bocomes gradually elower, until tho train Is finally chocked by coming In contact with n huge bumper, tho shock bolng scarcely fell. Dnt what good are nil thrso explana- 1 d Tbo Ihnpoto ace n onrkmsj kind of s (JbefllMn. 'thef resombU tiio tn their habits. Their interior fsxrMtdoof fho most brilliant colors, bronco and iridescent hoes predominating. Tboy ejro fonnd on tho west coast of Mexico and aro so largo that tbo pooplo us thorn for wnshbaaliw. This baa been ooutmdicted by the that tho grcoaora novcr wash ond compared with Mark Twain's remark about tho Marseillaise that they inado tho best soap iu tho world and wero tho authors of tho famous song, but aa a mattor pi factthoMar-eeillaie- o nover sing and do not use soap. Tho limpota aro ferocious animala and prey with great voracity on clams.- Tho jrocess booms slow, but tho limpet always iota thoro. He gots his eovor over tho unsuspecting clam and puts his big foot on hia shell, generally on a weak spot Tnou ho whips out a long wiry tongue and proceeds to boro a hole in his captive. Whon thia is done, tiio shell flies open, and tho limpet ia freo to feast on tho poor clam's carcass. Ho cats but a part and leaves tho rest for tho fishes of tho sea. Exclinngo. atxv-Ioqo- Wouldn't change places no how with Jim TMi nlsht, you kin bet your life. Wll, they's plenty and plonty uv others, Thet's In no bettertrlm; I .CAnH boo straight f uaoureelves, but I rum, Tkep ur Jim. But If you haven't tho heart, wife, Uv a blaztn nnget uv light! Wo'll do os you eay, help Jim's wee kids. While we liev tho sup and bite. Tbo tlie mills hev shot down, my own wife, Clod's hands they aro open wide; And ss we tlmro v, 1th tho poorer than us, Ko fear but ho will pervlde. M. Dawton I'hclps In Now York Sun. And. his sickly, nllln wifel ut them littlo children. not all in tho Bharpshootora' teams of tho militia organizations," cold II. C. Du Val of tho Sovarth. "Tbo mon who go upon tho teams aro better than tho best marksmen becauso thoy aro tho ones who can 0 thcir utmost under tbo strain erf shooting in matches. Thero are in nearly overy regimont who can givo largo odds to tho mon in their teams, but thoy break up and go to pieces when they Imow theit thoy aro shooting in a match for tho credit and standing of thoir regiments. Tho men who get on tiw teams nro tho stolid, imperturbable, steady chaps, who can bo relied upon not to got rattled whon everything depends upon their doing thoir best. Thoy havo oithor got no nerves at all or clso their nerves aro of stool, and though thoy may not mako such scores as somo nervous, slightly built fellows thoy aro excellent shots, nnd what thoy aro ablo to do thoy nover fail to do. Thoy aro often follows of big build and good round girth." Now York Sun. Liou-tenn- nt fol-Iow- b "It will Burpriso tho "pubUH to know that tho best morkemon arp KT. Will practico his profession in Ohi and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office cast sido of public square. ITAItTFOTtn, "" PHY "'" ' jJT if , nn .i E. D.OUFFV. attorneys St XSakX-tfox- CrTifftp-- SS Eingo, b. D.nmoo Will practico in all courts of Ohift and adjoining counties, Superior ColCourt and Court of Appeals. lections and all legal business attended to. Office 329 E. Market St. " Xtntuekjr. fnr, B. R. WEDDING, Attorney at Law, BEAYrn Dam, Kt. Will practico his profession in all the courts oi Ohio and adjoining .t counties. Also .Notary Public. t ' What Ho Could Do. Lawyer Attorney at Law. l 81 H WHiTE I 1 - o u 1 hap-pto- trg'-t'ic- DENTIST. si g ly 1 Oj3LXIa cast-iro- n 9 foxl teitk, canal-boa- liq IT 1 nston-Islnno- nt I -- 212,-89- 9i.s. 841,7-13- -... ray-ow- Kl S I T -- 1 f the coldest weather you ever knew in your life; but that is how you feel just now,because It is probably not One of Toole's Jokes. ... I it Toolo, tlio great comedian, ia an practical joker. Sovcral years ago ho gavo supper to 80 of hia past sufferings are soon forgotten, and friends, but Doioronauu no wrote n noto privately to oach ono asking because your blood needs the enrichso good nB to. Bay ing, invigorating influence of Aycr's him if ho would bo grace, as no clorgyman would bo Sarsaparilla the superior medicine. present. When Toolo rapped oa tho a signal for graoo, and tho Ayer's Pills are constantly advaucr tablo aaarose, to their foot, tho' facea B0 mon ing in the estimation of those who of tho company woro a study nover use them. They improve the appe- V bo forgotten. Exchange, tite, promotedigestion, restore healthy Oooil Cuum for Sorrow. action, and regulate every .function. An undo who has just lost bio onlj They are pleasant to take, gentle in nephew ia in despair, and erica their operation, and powerful in sub"What kills xnp is tho fcnowlodjgo that no ono owwill be duing disease. eorry whon I die. It's horriblo, horDandruff is due to an enfeebled state Gaploia. rible, to fcJokpl't-Sax- lB of the skin. Hall's Hair Kenevver quickens the nutritive functions pf Sir fcaac Newton wna not a srnok- skini healing nnd preventing the ' cr, although ho had tho ropn' the of Iho "smoking pliUoeoptier' formation pt oanuruii. did not uso tobnooB tn any form. And thoso tronUsdwlth ncrromnc resulting (rout care or overwork t11) be rellated I y takiac chio rcl'till ' lh lystom. aids dhje.tloo, rrmoTcs lr'u Blttrrs W. H. Mookb, H. WniNSiu'.iMKR, Sec'y. IrrlDglon (Sunday excepted) with trains on Lonls. Western H. U., east and rille, Uanllnsburir vest bound. For further information, address H. O, MOBDUK, Oen. Pa'r Ag't. LsuisTille, Ey. - ' ' J? I Goygfis and Colds are signs of weakness. Dort't wait until you ,are weaker and nearer Consumption. Begin at once with " WHEN YOU GO TO CALL ON 0WENSB0HO C.Theo.Cain, X3X3. za:oxoi---x,xc3as- Scott's Emulsion wr MHkMMMHr s ), FortaflinefaI any the or ttyle. 3rd and 4th. Most Artisli Wrh, Frederiea St. , UM of Cod-live- r soda. It strengthens the Lungs, cures Coughs and Colds, and builds up the system. Physicians the world over, endorse it. ncf Waatlnr Disease of Children aro speedily, cured by SCOTT'S It top wate and makea children lat ana neaiiny. EMULSION. Bowno, N, Y. 'Druawleta aeil It. Prepared by Scott Oil, with, hypophosphites of lime Hf w ( V bVSH - KcuraTgla Person .- rw II .nail mm ba trade marsuud crosacdrod lines ouwisfum liwum's Iron littler. Genua Axnonc tho Zulua, yomw vjopfa fight and got married. yrLthla ioua-tr- y - light thoy get iwu-irei- i A, n t"' ' ,T'i arverwnra. ' i4 -- m&i&i.. .rr". . ..: . II. .htf.. t, ." -- ?L1 ij v W W t ! ' I Attention Itoinlllenti. is clear that there is some ground for OBSERVER raise. Hartford, Kv.Jau. 20, 1894. serious disaffection. Mrs. Lizzie Myers nnd daughters Telle, In n lMnlu Way, How thr. tlllrwl At a meeting or the Ohio County It is alleged : published every fimday morning. Tlfrcr lliiMnra In t'nmtiicleil. have moved to town. Republican Executive Committee, 1. That sonic men induce trustees Mrs. Shelby Taylor has gone to to take their articles by declaring this day it was ordered that n Dele- Beaver Dam, Ky., Jan. 23, '94. . Edllor and Proprietor ....., . . Louisville to vioit her husband who ... r JO. 11. llOdr.Itn, ll. i .!. r rjout'tv Convention be called Mr. F.ditor: Ferhaps it might nun mi: iuuniy oupcnnicniicni hum Is attending Uuv School ntthat place. Friday, January 26, 1894. now be well to point out more ex- luiojHCd mem ior nn 111s districts nnu to meet in Hartford, Ky., on Kebru- school notes. tlierpfiiip. Wnllv plicitly the modus operandi, so to that tllev ennnnt. Miss Nannie Raley and Mr. Rob1 o'clock p.m., to t ur' lho a6t" buy any other. ANNOUNCEMENTS. ert Cliitui were the new students speak, of the blind tigcrsol our town. learn- -' nominate candidates for election to, 2. Thai they nre exceedingly' And in the beginning it is proper to Monday morning. in the law" rending and expound- - the various County Offices to be filled loll ASSK.SNOH, remark that the people know who it el The class in Rhetoric are making WR ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE ing it and dwelling upon its penal- atthc ncxl November Election, it wai is that is helling liquor here. They marked progress. Di:i: h. Miller ties, to the confusion of trustees, who, The Cresar class nrc'nowreading so know where the principal headquar- in some instances, are led to buy su- oideicd'that cell Voting Precinct hold n candidate for Assessor of Ohio As county, subject to the action of the well that it would hurry you to keep ters ate and who it is that runs the perfluous things nnd more costly ones a Frecinct Convention 011 Saturday, Democratic party. establishment. They know perfectly up with them. than nre necessity, nud thui shame- February 24, i8y 1, nt o'clock, p. in., WH ARK AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE Mr. F. O. Austin, our worthy Trus- well what business is put forth ns a fully to increase the burdens of the to nominntc Delegates to the County tee, made us a plcaaant call Monday. blind to cover up the tracks of the tiJohn M. Leach district. Convention, who shnll cast the vote As n candidate for Assessor of Ohio g The clnes in has in- ger. They know that the bust-sku3. Thnt men hnving but an insig subject to the action of the count', creased to twelve. They are all neat, whisky sold is shipped Jo the tiger in nificant part of the required outfit of their respective Precincts according Democratic party. v half barrels, boxed up ns freight. accurate workers. In the Attye. tm. a4H.4t.4n lO certified Instructions. e..n.1 1..t M. !.... All these things nre perfectly plain. Weark authorized to annoukcb and garbling Mich recommendations Conaty Convention each precinct On Saturday, February 24, at nMAi.i.Morn. The people also have a pretty strong N. C. Daniel Mifs I.e Chinn has closed her ns they have obtained, in selling such shall be entitled to one vote for every 1 o'clock the Republicans of the idea that the boss blind tiger, so to Asses-so- r As a candidate for the office ol school near Ceralvo and returned to incomplete outfit for about as much twenty-fiv- e county will meet in Procinct Convenvotes or fraction over of Ohio county, subject to the acher home at this pine. We gladly speak, has Government license, as a complete equipment ought to tions and instrnct delegates for tho tion of the Republican ptrty. though he docs not keep them posted twelve cast for Harrison for President welcome her back among: us. (Trustees are advised to buy onCounty Convention to be hold in as conspicuously in his place of busi- cost. We are authorized to announce Dr. A. C. Drakt, Dentist, of South ly thee combinations or sets which in November 1892. Each Precinct is Hartford the following Monday for G. Davis Roval ness, perhaps, as the law requires. I Cnrrollton, stopped at Mr. F. B. Tayfully meet the demand of the law. To entitled to the following number of As a candidate for the office of Asses- tho purpose of nominating candjb'ntcs lor's the first of last week. He is know some fellows arc awfully smart bny here a little and there n little will votes; sor of Ohio county, subjecs to the ac- for the various- - connty offices to bo and all that, but the blind tigers of prepared to do nil kinfls of work in ' result in spending two, three, or feur East Hartford tion of the Republican party. 4 Beaver Dam may take this ns a nofilled at the election on tho 6th of his line. times too much money ) West Hartford tice that the people are up to their next November. The number of Re There is qnitc an interesting writi'or jaii.oii. It is liuportnut that County Superpublican candidates by summaries is Wr are authorized to announce ing school in progress at No. 15 tricks. Ferhaps a stranger would go intendents guard themselves against Sulphur Springs into the den and come out without as follow?: For Snrveyor, 0; for Sherj. ij. asiiby School-house- , conducted by Frof. Fosbeing misquoted or misrepresented in Mngan any suspicion nsto thechnractero the Country Jay. As a candidate for the office of Jailor iff, 0; foi Clerk, 2; for Assessor, 2; ter. the matter, and thnt they protect Bcda oT Ohio county, subject to the action establishment, but he needs only to for County Judgo, 3; for County AtBrother Harrison filled his regular lu.xnr.nnooK. their people by warning them ngninst Abbievillc Republican party and the will of the Jan. 23. After nn absence of quite appointment at Equality yeiterday, watch the stream of humanity that those unscrupulous persons who nre Making a " torney, 3; for Jailor, 5. of the people. Buford flows into the place to determine a while we will send vou n few items. with a Urge congrtcatlon In attendRetotal for county offices of lo.Ono fast briuj ing into odium, not only the Wr are authorized to announce what is going on. Only the higher Bartletts Mr. Claude Ross, of Centertotvn, ance. law, but all the good nnd true men publican is announced for Magistrate. grade of customers the more trusted John W. Black spent Sunday in this vicinity. lvtnnville Master Felix Drake, of Ncwhope, engaged in the work. As a candidate for the office of Jailor Mrs. Myzella Tanuer nnd children visited relatives here Saturday and ones those least liable to swear Five weeks from tomorrow, which What the General Assembly aimed Fordsvillc . . . . of Ohio county, subject to the action are sold to direct, by the tiger will ho Saturday, March 3, is the spent Monday in this licighborood, Sunday. at was to lnrgcly increase the efficienof the Republican party. Shrcvc himself. He chooses his customers Democratic Primary Election. There the guests of Mr. Al Anderson and cy of the teacher at a comparatively Horw: Branch Mr. Andrew Rowe, of Liverniore, We are authorized to announce who shall .stand up before his bar and nro a host of candidates and tho con. family. insignificant out lay making it posvisited Smallhons last week, the Jo. D. Sanderfur be served over the counter by his own Select Miss Ida Smith spent Saturday and 'guest of T. R. Barnard. sible to impart real instruction on all As a candidate for the office of Jailor test promite to be a lively one. The hands. But he provides the branches of our long course of Cromwell Sunday at her home in the WashingMr. Lee Tichenor, of this comof Ohio county, subject to the action contestants are already whetting their of the Republican party. 2 munity and Miss Ellen F.udaley, of a way to reach all even what might study, but the law has been made the Cool Springs knives and things will soon begin to ton neighborhood. II. A. and R. P. Baird went to near Ceralvo, were united in holy be termed the more dangerous ele uieatts, in certain localities, of exas- Rockport We are authorized to announce get hot. The candidates by summa4 Owensboro with their tobacco Inst bonds of matrimony last Thursday ment that is dangerous to his busi- perating the people against it, nnd in H. D. Smith Rosine ries nro as follows: For Surveyor, 0; week.. 7 morning, Rev. Morton officiating. ness. For the accommodation of this n few instances of swindling them. As a candidate for Jailor of Ohio coun for Sheriff, 1; for Connty Clerk, 1; Beaver Dam element who are doubted because 4 Miss Olhc Anderson will visit friends May their lives be filled with sunshine ty, subject to the action of the ReIn several instances I havecordially for Coroner, 1; for County Attorney, in Owensboro in either stinugcrs or persons too much . .' . publican part. the nenr future. 3 and their Inst hoursbe hours of pence. recommended, combinations of maps, McIIenry 2; for County Judge, G; for Assessor, inclined to tell the truth, he has enu. vj. unrnctt ana tj. h. mils maF. B. Taylor attended the sa'e of' We are authorized tc announce 4 cuaris, gioDcs, cvx., lor two reasons: Center town 12, nnd last but by no means least, triculated ns pupils in Hnrtford Col- gaged a couple of negroes and makes First, they seemed to me to cover our Smrlllious Mr. I. F. Barnard, at Beaver Dam, Geo. W. Tillfoiid . . . . 1 s for Jailor, 16, making a ernnd total lege last Monday. of them. They can be seen course of study and to , Saturday and purchased a fine mule, meet all the As a candidate for the office of Jailor sneaking about the livery stables demands of the law. There are I'rof.C. M.Crowe will open n spring for which he paid $14. of Ohio county, subject to the action for county offices, 39. Second, I was Total 63 with their customers who repair there three announced candidates for Mng of tlie Republican party. school nt Bedn next Monday. Mr. The school, near here, taught by assured that such outfit as I held to Necessary for a choice 32 Thoro Crowe has n large school and we pre- Clinton Igleheart. will close with this to exchange the cash for the liquor. be .sufficient should cost ench district istrato, making a total of 42. We are authorized to announce. It is nlso ordered that each Precinct M, Caseiuer are seven county offices to bo filled nt dict for him a pleasant time and a week. He has given entire satistac-- , Here it is in a nutshell: A man wants less than fifty dollars. I learn with J. a drink or a half pint or a pint of So that profitable time for his scholars As a candidate for the office of Jailor the November election. astonishment thnt some into whose Convention shall tlect a member to tion. whisky, he, ifoueol the chosen, goes hands of Ohio county, subject to the action there are of tho Democratic candi Mumps is raging in this vicinity. copies of these letters have fall-e- n aerve on the County Committee, and 1. K. Barnard is hnvin? his store u,rect to tlle ,lc 'or it. If not one of of the Democratic party. m.,c, l familv has it and are misquoting nnd misconstruing dates alono an avorago ol fivo appli- Almost every . W, .JUUIH that the County Convention .elect ... , ..... ...J.... wn-- uu3Luv.u3kuiui.-&- , nu limns up to make the itipression that the State two members from the county nt cants for ench offico with four to spnre. the school at this place was almost Cnrrollton, is doing the work COIT.XTY ATTonxr.T, f'OIl thes.e deluded nnd misguided depopulated on the accout of it, Superintendent favors only n particMr. John Thompson 1ms traded his one of We aue authorized to announce but we are glad to state that the chil- farm for one near Ceralvo. He will negroes who himself goes to the den ular outfit; so thnt my efforts to pro- large. M. L. Heavrin of Juduk Geoikie Denny, Jr., and procures the stuff which he con- tect dren will nil soon be able to enter move next month. lJnrh Magisterial District is rethe people have been perverted tii As a candidate for County Attorney Lexington, is favorably spnKen of ceals under his clothing or carries in school again. Messrs. Will and Joe Bullock will their hurt. Some County Superin- quired to hold iu Hartford a District of Ohio county, subject to the action for Governor on tho Republican a carelessly wrapped package and by tendents J. T. Stevens, of Daviess county, start for Hvansville of the Republican party. have experienced the same Convention composed of the Delegates with a ticket next year. He is one of tho was in this conununitya few days the a.series of supposed nice maneuvers treatment. raft of logs. We are authorized to announce from the various precincts in each nblest men in the State, and has first of last week. The farmers have been tiking ad- he finally sueaks around, some corner The people have their remedy: In J. A. Smith been a hard worker for the party, hi The meeting which has been In vantage of the tobacco season and a or behind a building or more fre- cases where trustees have paid money district, some time during the day on As a candidate for County Attorney of Ohio county, subject to the action a recent interview by a Kontucky progress at Mt. Hermon, for the past great many have finished stripping, quently perhaps into a livery stable or given notes to cover exorbitant which the County Convention meets, followed by his customer, and thus of the Republican party. 1eaier reporter among a great many week, is still in progress and we hope though very little of the weed lusb.-eprices for school .supplies, they ought for the purpose of nominating candithe cxbhange is made. Why these to proceed against the pcrpatrators dates for other good things on the financial sit- will continue until everv sinner )n sold in this vicinity. We are authorized to announce 15. the offices of Magistrate ami negroes will thus be made tools of, is thnt community maybe converted and of the fraud under the Statute for pun- Constable, in the various Magisterial uation ha tho following to say: E. P. Neai, SELECT. hard to tell but it is true. The guilty ishing ' thou-- wis i o!'.a::i mo-:"- As a candidate for County Attorney "I think the reason of onr trouble live n christian and an upright life. As I have not seen anything from party, however, is the brazen-fnci.i- l, ;) tikis Daisy Deake. of Ohio county, subject to the action is that people who are ongngod in tbo this place, in your valuable paper heartless wretch who furnishes the false pretenses. of the Republican party. business will not put manufacturing The said Magisterial Districts arc Ed Forter Thompson. rtrpm-- t for some time, I thought I would send whisky nnd who to nil their money in their business at the intents nnd We are authorized to announce composed of the following precincts: Of New Baymus School, District No. you a few items that might be of inpresent timo on ncconnt of tho uncer. purjwses docs the selling. One or F. L. Felix !'iirtr ilit Ilnlfr HARTroaii Enst Hnrtford, West of tho action of the Democrat- 73, for the school month ending Jnn. terest to many of you readers. both of these negro were Of the surgeon there is no more acute As a candidate for County Attorney Ininty Mr. John I,. Warren, of near Friend- indicted at the last sitting of ic party upon tho tariff. It is strnngo 19, 1S94, Hnrtford, Sulphur Springs, Magan of Ohio county, subject to the action the .suffering then people endure every to me that, considering tho history ol John B. Axton 91, Jo. M. Axton ship, who has been quite sick for Grand of the Democratic party. Jury, but the fellow who is the day with Rhumatism. Distorted and nud Bcda. tarifT legislation of tho last threeqnar-ter- a Si, Fred Allen 86, Thomas Barrett 95, some time, we are glad to say is some cause of all the devilment, went flee. withered limbs mark its ravages evCkomvi:m. Horse Branch, Select, of a centurv, ony party that has David I. Barrett 92, J. Henry Berkbetter. But the people of Beaver Dam mean erywhere. Dr. Drunimond's Lightthe intoreit of tho people at heart will ley rim coi'.vrr judhr. Cromwell, Cool Springs and Rock-por- t. 91, Ed Berkley 93, Eslie Black-loc- k The school this place cloned that the selling of liquor shall cease ning Remedy for Rheuiuntitm has n advocato a tarifi for rovenao only, or We are authorized to announce 95, Alex Boswell 98. X. G. Bos-we- ll Monday. It has been taught by virtually treo trade, because tho hisor that the ofiending parties shall remarkable record of ctrcs not only P. Morton John 59, George Cannon 71, Willie Frof. S. W. Mothershead. He has Rosini; Rosine. Beaver Dam, Mcgive the reason why. It is high time relieving the pain, but restoring nil to the tory of our country shows that whenAs a candidate for the office of County Judge of Ohio ever wo have had a tarifi for revonuo Crowdcr 90, I,. B. Daniel 96, McAfee taught us a good school. the blind tigers are quiking in their the functions of the crippled limbs. IIenry, Centcrtown nnd Smallhous. county, subject to the action of the only financial depression inevitably Daniel SS, Fcwcll Greer 95, Estill There is a protracted meeting in shoes and are consulting attorneys, There is no reason for nny one to sufFokixsvili.e FordsvilkvKtnavillc came nnd tho country hnd to go back Hurt 75, Byron Hint 96, Willie Hurt progress nt Cromwell. There Republican party. hnve etc. But this will be of no avail. It fer longer when this wonderful remeto n protective tnrifTto bo relieved of 93, Thurman Hurt nndShreve. Willie I.oyd been eight professions up to date. It 92, We'ahe authorized to announce its distress. must be an unconditional surrender dy affords such cet tain relief. It your 7S, John II. Magan 95, Elvis Magan Bl'I'ori) Buford, Bartletts nnd Ab-bi- e is being conducted by Rev. O'Brien. unci Dan F. Tracy "We might except n fow years aft-e- r mat surrender must be made nt druggist hns not got it, write to the , Mr. I. C. Royal, of Friendship, was once. The people of Beaver ville. under 92, Sam Mitchell 87, Edley Mitchell tbo Walker tarifi of As a candidate for County Judge of Medicine Co., Dam Drummond Ohio county, subject to the action which tho country haM prosperous 91, Cyrus Sharp 94, Clarence Smith in town The Republicans throughout the have decided that they Mill no longer Maiden Iane, New York. Agents of the Republican party. timeeon account of tho war with 80, Alva I,. Owens 67, Chas. L. WedMr. D. E. Daugherty aud little be insulted by the impudent violations wanted. county arc earnestly requested to atMexico, tho discovery of gold in Cali- ding 91, Chas. W. White 88, Arvis daughter, Florence, are right sick perpetrated by this spotted trio made We are authorized to announce tend the County nnd Precinct Con fornia and tho Crimean war, which Wedding 92, Ella Allen 81, Mary Alat this writing. up of two worthless negroes and the J. A. Park took our surplus products and created len 76, Ninnie Allen 84, Iva Boswell ventions, nnd tnnke a gallant effort Bom, to the wife of I,. R. Shields, boss blind tiger. But just As a candidate for the office of County prosperity in tho country for a few isn't that (St. Douis Southwestern Ry.J to redeem the county from DemoJudge of Ohio county, subject to the years; but ns toon ns theso unu'.:iil 91. Verna Boswell 90, Arthur Myers on the 20th iust., a fine boy. a combination? The Big Three of cratic Rnle. Sj, Ada Cannon S3, Lee Daniel 89, TO I see in your paper of Inst week the action of the Republican party. conditions passed nway tho country Beaver Dam! And what arc the Big J. S. R. Weduino, Ch'm'n. relapsed into a stato of finnncinl de- Annie Daniel 88, Nellie Daniel 81, announcement of one of Ohio counThiee doing? They tire setting at We are authorized to announce Alex Harnett, Scc'y. pression under tho existence of a Inez Greer 93, I.nurn Mngan 73, Cora ty's most talented young men, Mr. G. naught the law of the land nnd 10b. E. T. Williams Magan 79, Eva Magan 90, Verna Davis Royal, ns a candidate for AstarifTfor rovenuo only. THE ONLY LINE blng our town ot its peace nnd its Scrofula, whether hereditary or acAs a candidate for County Judge of "Being a lawyer nnd n consumer Mngan 93, Etta Nabers 78, Callie With through Car Service from sessor. It is my opinion that no bet- good quired, is thoroughly expelled from Ohio county, subject to the action of and not n nioducer I should as a nnnie. But God nnd the people 78, Myrtie Thomas 94, EllaShultz ter choice could be made for the blood by Hood's Sarsaparilla, the the Re- nre against them and they must fall. the Democratic party. mntter of necessity bo in favor of free 74, Minnie I,ee White 98, Garlei Allen publican nominee, nnd if Ohio coun great blood pnrifycr. trade, but I think it is the duty of There is no time for delay. Now is m U. C. Harnett, Teacher- ty Republicans knew Mr. Royal as I the bo in favor of 96. every patriotic man to I'OIl COUNTY CI.F.HK. accepted time to strike the blow. YOUtt FDTURS know him, he would surely be nomina those measures which will bring tho I.I TKII.nO UK, We are authorized to announce In the name of all that is good nnd creatcsf good to tho greatest number. ted for Asssessor.He is ngentlemanof Mr. Will Trunnell went to Owens Tivsley Wood pure, in the name of justice nnd mor-nlit- y No chango'of Curs to eroo trado is beautiful in theory to boro Monday. the purest type. Three cheers for As a candidate for County Court buy where you can buy tho cheapest, and education and virtue nnd reMiss Eva Crouch is the guest of Davis Royal. Clerk, subject to the action of the to sell whore vou can sell tho highest ligion, nnd in the name of the homes OU INTEKMKDITK POINTS. Rev. Mont Hampton has been elec-te- d Republican party. world for a mnrkot but in her sister at Island. aud tho of Beiver Dam and community, let Miss Maggie Howard is visiting pahtor of N'ewZion Baptist Church the people aud We are authorized to announce prnctico protection hns demonstrated the town authorities and the time of meeting has been that it is tho proper govonuentnl pol- relatives in Owensbaro. W. Tichenor John take decisive action. Do not wait It divetsilies Mrs.Coonibes, of Daviess county, changed from the third Sunday in each for your neighbor, for County Court icy lor this country. As a candidate act for yourself Currying thiougli GWIu-and Clerk, subject to the action of the Re- labor nnd places our wage earners up is visiting her parents in Livennore. month to the second. nnd that will encourage him to act. Pullman Sleeper?. on a higher piano than llio,o of any Traversing the publican party. Joseph Midkiff, of Flint Springs, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. J. Ilnckett nnd Let our demands be made so unmis- finest farming, ginzing and timber other pcoplo upon tho faco of the daughter, Nellie, South Carrollton, will leave for Owensboro takably plain that there can be not lands. And reaching tho most prosearth." spent Saturday and Sunday with rel with three loads of tobacco. ron Niii:i(irr, the shadow o' a doubt in the minds of perous towns and cities in tho atives in this city. A Democrat. We are authorized to announce the authorities ns to what we want i:Arn:i.i. Mr. Will Morgan, Owensboro, J. P. Stevens Frof. Stuinin, of Whitcsville, pnss-ennd mean to have. Yea, verily the HcfliiMllHt Snniliiy ApIkmiI Ilcim As a candidate for Sheriff of Ohio through town Friday, enroute for paid his uncle, Mr. J. R. Mosely, n days ol the blind tigers in Beaver Sunday January 21, 1894. county, subject to the action of the Fordsvillc. flying visit last week. Dauunre numbered and as such the FARMING LANDS. Yeilding Attendance 76. Democratic party. Frof. Feay went to Greenville FriIS IN YOUR OWN HAND. Anderson Mercer is in town. Scripture lesson, 4th Chapter of wa.s that now know him shall know nbunduiitly nil tho ceicabj, corn nud Pfllmttif tv usinmai in t1l nu . i.. mm a TOUT v tvu .,!. in Mr. William Miller visited his fath day and returned Tuesday. be to the cotton, nnd espeeiully udaplcd to tho hand Indicate. It will amuw yon. tiiodoiLIiil' norm. him no more, thanks If Genesis, TllO IllmvA (llMfrnm almA.i .tHtn iv Rev. McDonald, the Cumberland roit .hauistkati:. " vrctit Tha .,,.: ui .1 v.r,. 7:1. iL4l'J5 IInriirftra mhIiM. ... er Saturday nnd Sunday at Reynolds. love of law and order im- cultivation of small fruits and early 1.. iuc vi.wi Uf Subject of lesson, Cain nnd Abel Wr, ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE ae to which lliSwill llvr. Kah IlltACKLBT yoa Mr. E. T. Williams, the hustling Fresbyterian preacher, preached for In the absence of Mrs. Glenn Mr.A. bedded in the very nature of our peo- vegetables. J. C. ClIAMHP.RI.IAN I'orwitSl"0,"'" '''n pow; clcnr LINE OV cindidate for County Judge, was in us Sunday morning and evening. ple. OlISERV'EK. or rlclica. Ilotti combined mean GRAZING LANDS. Allbr.ling jncceH In lire; bn; you As a candidate for Magistrate in the town last week. Mr. John Cowgill has moved his S. Bennett heard her class; J. B. Wiloimt keen mi Willi modern 10 win son, Frof Ringo's class. Hartford Magisterial District, subject excellent pasturage during almost tho Ucinorott a It. You will find iWy of Hhvo lu Family Magazine, fo attractively Mr. C, T. Fierson, who has been family to the country. to the action of the Republican party. . Miss Mary Cox was with us that every member of tlio faintly la inter. entire year, nnd comparatively close f'lilnrrli lit the Andrew Rowe has returned home, confined to his room for .sometime raWlncalnoiio. iiwnififj.'1,0?'""'iwalfa tenderoeea; A CLEAR a'ter a long absence on the ncconnt of Is undoubtedly n disease ol the blood to tho great maikcts. a traleht I'lSS Roxv. with sore eyes, is no better. FATE, peaceful llfei tlio revowo If sickness. mil as such only n icliable blood puThe English Army is now using a LANDS.-Covc- red crooked. A well. defined LINE OF HEALTH TIMBER with pores yon doctora' G. C. Roberts, of Owensboro, spent IIKAVEIl DAM. till. s fo will tho health hints f We take great pleasure in adding to rifier can affect n permanent cure. single barrel gnu, which it is said almost inexhaustible forests of yellow In Dainorest's. No otliir magazine pnullihcsno Saturday and Sunday in town. Tlie candy pulling mentioned in my our roll this morning, tho homo You nlll nsnew scholars, Hood's Sarrnparilla is the best blood pine, cypresa nml tho hard woods many atnrlea to Intcreit or iiigu (nirlla or clennoml-enewill fire 700 shots per minute. W, R. Jones, Fordsvillc was here last Tetter was postponed indefinitely uu.uuiuciiueiircmcs If you havo tho OIRIILE OF VENUS well the names of Hardin Craig, II. I,. purifier nnd it has cured many scveie common 10 Arkansas und Eastern marked: keep np your spirits by liavlnr; Dcinorcai'a Tuesday on business. on the ncconnt of the inclemency of White and H. A. M ajjnz ne to read. Uy (nbicrlhing I.ashbrook, of Da- cases of Catarrh. Cntanh oftentimes The Paragon is tho naino of a bright It for 1KW you will receive a sallery of cxnuUitelo Texas. Mr. Nat McCnrty, wife nnd two ac- the weather. works of art viess county, and J. Ham Barnes, of leads to consumption. Take Hood's new paper published at Somerset. It complished daughters, Misses "ISI??1 value, besides tho nirKrb premium picture, Delilah irxSllnchis, "I'm a Rev. John Casebier filled his regu-lo- r Ohio county. They go in Prof. Fos- Sarsaparilla before it is too late. Can bo procured on rcnfoiinhlo and baby, and cquiltotheDalsyl" which Is almost a real is a model country paper. Long and Florence, were the guests of Mis. oil painting which oriel appointment here Satnrdiy and ter's class. These young gentlemen ' cost $300; and yon will have anl magazine thnt cannot ndvantngeous terms. ho equaled by any In the world foT Its beautiful may it live. G. W. Kelley Sunday. Sunday. I subject Illustrations an Hood's Pills do not purge, pain, matter, that will keep hnve recently mntriulated in Hnrtford vou posted on all tho topics of the day, and all the The debate, at ..Etnavillc, which Mrs. T. McKcnuey fade, and items of Interest about the with It vns n Btinging, snowy blizzard has been in progress for the last five tained nDr. W. her music pupils enter- College. We extend to them the hnud or gripe, but net promptly, easily and All IliM'Hcoiitirct Nllll VlUnml Imvo lirli household, different furnlrhlnr Interesting reading besides few of Tues- of welcome. I'lHOII tll matter, both crave and gay. Tor the whole family nnd it swept tho Went nnd N;orth-- . efficiently. 25c. and while Demorcit'e U.not a fashion magazine, mouths, closed Wednesday night. day night. Mr. Rny Armstrong, of Teunesste, its fashion paces are perfect, aud jron get with It, west, doing, groat ilumngo to property, freo of cost, all the patterns you with to use during Theyoungpeopleacquitted themselves Mr. i'. Austin is now very reg- was a welcome visitor in Frof. Fos- To Co I y the year, and In any size sou choose. Send In delaying railroad traffic und causing with credit throughout hiipcrliilrnclriitN in nml yenr subscription nt once, only 82 00, and you will the whole ular in making trips to Hartford. No ter's class. Otlu-rM- . Ask your urnrcel Ticket Agent for really mi over 835.00 In value. Addrcra tlie pub. great sufJcring , time, never allowing the interest to one can tell the reason why. All the Franki-ortUsher. .W. Jennings DcmoresL 15 East 14th St.. Kv.,Jau. 15,1893. Little Miss Stella Woerner is a new Now York. If yon are unacquainted with the inups, timo tables, etc., and write to Majrazlne, grow less, but it hteadily increased in girls are making inquires as to where scholar in Sister Complaints nre reaching this office send for a specimen copy, A large 'UAU. The report of tho Railroad Fate's clabs. We RANQLK means honesty i a Isree TftlANC nny of the following for nil inforraa close. interest to the he c ills. with incieaslng frequency that some RenernsltTj teag FIRST DIVISION OP TII1TMH take pleasure in adding her to our which hns just been issued, rpn.inu.lll. TAwn HECOND m, j..i Misses Florence Wright nnd Emifivinuin. :"!: ngents for the sale of maps, charts, turn you may desire concerning tho Inefacnltj. The MOUNT Mr JUP1TKK rcumi. Rev. Mitchell, n Fresbyterian lnTTt-- J kroll. betokcru is u volume Ailed with useful informato tho Great Southwest. trip llloni thatofATURN, prndencet the BUN. ma Kelly were in Whitcsville Satur- ister from McIIenry, will preach tons, NJeury Nail, of the C. F. Sunday and other illustrative apparatus are ofD.'JEJoriMAnS'coarcrMOOr71lmsclna; tion concerning' the railroads of the day. Mnn t VENUS, love R. T.G.MATTHEWS, of pleasure; asdMBRCURY, in the School Hall, next .Sunday nt Schoolsdropped in this morning. " giving much offense by inlsrepiesen. "'Wllsonce. Take our advice as above and yon Stale. Although reported tlio mile-ng- o Dis't Pass. Agt., Louisqille, rCy, Miss Eva I'irtlc's school nt Etin-vill- e 11 o'clock. fill be sure to posies! Uis lut tad most valuable tatioii3, through which they impose ,.,, j, of road m tho school districts of p closed last Friday nnd she went . . Quite a number of young people E. W. LaBEAUME, upon the people, and it becomes iny tho county from some cause is omittund Onlnm BiMLi Saturday to Fordsvillc morning, were out strolling on Sowders' BouleG. P. & Tkl. Agt., St. Louis, Mo. Rev. A. U. Smith. McIIenrv. will duty to notice the charges made, that curvd i homo with- ed. Accompanying tbo report is a wheie she will remain a few days vard Sunday afternoon, preach at the Wit'st Church Sunday your attention may be directed to vit,ur.ia.MX)Koipap. sWsV J. A. EDSON, I tlcularaientrKEJE, very fine railroad mnp of tho Stato. then she will return to her home near Mrs. J. Will Cooper has taken a at 11 0 BssVssapiaM.WOtlLLEY.M.D. Gen'l Supt., Texarkana, Tex. wnniever nouses mny renny exist, it ruriPI'V changed names. 1 ss Hartford Republican Outlook has Bnrbourvillo and also managements It is now the Knox County iVcir. Tlio paper lifts boon changed to' a six column nil homo print paper. It is bright and nemy. -- ' J' 1 ' Lirr ovorr Republican turn out to tho Precinct Convention on February 24, and tako a hand in naming tho noiuiuofi for tho various county offices. Nover in tho hiitory of tho party in this county havo we had fo good a chanco to win and this should encourage ovory member of tho party to ronowed interort and zeal. Come out, and from among the good men who tire candidates help to choose tbo nominees who will carry the Repub lican bnuiiir to victory in November. The Hartford. During her brief stay in mir midst she has made many friends, both as n teacher and a lady. Her scholars were devoted to her and the patrons say she did her duty toward the pupils of that district. They appreciate her worth and wish h4r sne-ccin nil her undertakings. The trains on the O. F. & G. R. R. collided one day last week at Whites-villthrough the carelessness of n brakeman in forgetting to turn the switch after one of the trains was 011 the One man got his arm broken nnd another his shoulder hurt. The two engines were completely demolished nnd it is thought that they will not be of any more use. Married, at the residence of the bride's fnther, Mr. John Wadt, Thursday afternoon at four o'clock, Mr. Robert Colyer to Miss Ona Wade, Rev. Brandon officiating. Immediately after the ceremony the happy couple with their many friends repaired to the home of Mr. I. Wells, where a bounteous sapper was in readiness. The contracting parties stand high in this community and no couple ever started out in life with brighter prospects of hnppiness thnn did this couple on last Thursday evening. Another wedding next week. e, sidc-trnc- little child about four ycats of age to ij "ty-bn- 1 Book-keepin- ll ...!.... the-truth- , ... - cats-paw- ... ' "' r,,-,i,,i.- .. t fc..i, ,...... ! I I -- cats-paw- s jt 18-10- 48-5- 0 Cotton Belt Route Arkansas, Texas Na-be- rs Mi phis 1 m yjuw Two Daily Tuains Great Southwest. vr- !. ft deep-roote- y Hi-mi- v ; c Cotton Belt Route 1 Coin-misjion- ers, ' ""'.,., ... V 1 IIJUIOEiCV '"WIlMl AtlMU,G,0ffleeIW,WWieniUBt. i,v.n. MiSi 13. iamsm 0 ' A GREAT AT- ') ""f3 V. II. WILLIAMS I.UADS. & & B, D. PERSONAL Bingo returned from Owens-Wednesda- y. Plenty Overshoes nt lfnlr Bros. .Co. New line Co. OOSSI-P- . rrrsaeKr -- i. '.uar Trunks nt 1'air Dros. IN ALL LINES OF WINTER GOODS :EA.X:E3 npple butter nt W. II. iams'. Saxony and Cnte's Yams Bros. & Co. Will- at l'nir BIROS cSs CO Tiy Stevens & Collins, Hartford's best grocers. llcst Shoes can be found at l?air Bros. & Co. 1'ilces on nil lines below zero nt Fair Bros. & Co. Best Jeans Pants Fair Bros. & Co. We have this day 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. and Overalls at Try W. II. Williams for anything in the grocery line. Fiesh Oy.stcts and celery in abundance nt W. II. Williams'. Fine line Yntching Caps at Fair Bros, & Co.- - -- latest novelties. Now is your chance for heavy Winter Goods nt Fair Bios. & Co. BOOTS HEAVY SHOES. Mens Boots for $1.25; new Box-to- o Plenty of new Clothing nt Fair Boots $L50, worth $2.50; high top water Bros. & Co., bought for cash- at hard time prices Boots $2.25, worth $3.00; good gn Nice line of JJiiuitics, While Goods M India Linens received yesterday Boots, sizes (J and 7, 82, worth $3; hoys at Fair Bros. & Co. when Call on Boots, 75c, $1.00: $1.25; ladies and chil- you want Casebier & Burton saltlle good conveyances, dren's coarse Shoes, 50 to $1. Our prices horses or hauling. Carson & Co h w the most com on these are the lowest ever made; We plete line of Groceries to be found in the country. have every article advertised. Don't i.iil to secure some of the - Stevens & Collins keep the cheapest and best groceries in town. Try them. Many of the cili.cna of the town were not it little disturbed last Saturday night by the firing of a pistol on Mr. W. D. Luce has gone to Indithe streets. A great number of shots ana on a visit. Prof. John B. Taylor, of Beaver were fired and things put on n "Wild West" nppearance. Who says this Dam, is in the city. town hns n Marshal? M. L. Heavriu went to Owcnsboro the first of the week on legal busiThe knowing ones say that there ness. will be a wedding in town before many Mrs. M. IS. Whiltinghill, Rosine, months that will surprise every body visited friends nt this place last on the out side. week. t Mrs. W. B. liny ward, ISlizabcth-towIt is said that a certain boarding-hous- e is the guest of her son, W. T. kceperintown has a bill against Ilnywnrd. a certain high flyer for board amountMessrs. Win. Chnncellor nnd James ing to forty dollars, for which he King, of Ceralvo, made us a pleasant will take fifty cents on the dollar. call Tuesday. If the Churches in Hartford were to Mr. D. S. Duncan and Mrs. ISIla Boone, ofMcIIcnry, visited the family exclude all their members who cither drink whisky, gamble, play cards, of F. L. Felix this week. Pleasant Ridge, swear or cheat, there would not be Mrs.JennieMosely, n pews. came up Tuesday evening and is vis- enough left to fill a iting friends and relatives. The Janitor at the College, one day Misses Leta Ragland, Minnie Crow-de- r last week, saw on the blackboard this and Annie Allen, Rosine, attend sentence, "Find the greatest common ed the ball at Caneyville last week. divisor." "Hello!" said he, "is that George W. Baird, n former resident confounded thing lost again." of this county, but now of Indiana, is visiting friends in and around Bcda. A tramp once rang a door bell and Mrs. C. L. Field and Mrs. Henry asked the trim, pretty woman who Field and son, Hrncst, visited friends opened the door if she would kindly and relatives at ISarlington last week. ask the doctor if he had a pair of old Charles Dulaney, of New Haven, trousers that he was willing to give Ky., is visiting his brother, Win. Du- away and the plump and pleasing laney, of the Kinderhook neighbor- woman said, ' 'I am the doctor." The tramp fainted. hood. n, lnll-dozc- It x" v 5? FJh I permanently nt my new house in Beaver Dam, Ky., where I am fully equipped for doing all kinds of photographic work. Cnbl net photo's a specialty. Instantaneous photographs ol children. Call and see my work. Very truly. A. D. cd my gallery Having had an excellent season "on the road" with my splendid photo- grnpning outlit I iirve now crtnbliMw At Homo. Taylor. SSSxAdeJr" HoocTs is Good It Makes Pure Blood -- Kline's Great Nerve Kcstorcr. No fits after first day's use. Marvelous cures. Treatise nnd $2.00 trial bottle free to Fit cases. Send to Dr. Kline, m FITS. All fits stopped fiee by Dr. 9,lt Arch St., I'hiln., Pa. For sale by all druggists; call on yours. 36 ly m "C. I. Moo J ti Co., Lowell, Mium.i "It Is with pleiiviro tli.it I eWo you the iUUIIi of our llttlo May's sickness and licr retarn to htAllh dytlio uso of Hood's HarsapurllLa. Sb . wis taken clown ultli Scrofula Thoroughly Erndlcntod. Fovor and a Cad this A soro cmno 011 licr right Aide ths two lower ribs. In a short time another broko on tho left side. 8ho nonld tiiko spells of sore mouth And when ie had snwed-rn in vTarccmniiR mis sno wonM suffer Tflfli nt. dicks 01 nign lowir nnd expel bloody lonklni union, if eriitAd wm nuccteu nna m.nttr ooicd from her eils, After eneli attnek she be-FollowliiK Couh. Tnltrn up n tin Ilrny Hy Mrs. Sallic Camp, living 2 miles North-cas- t of Rosine, Ohio county.on the 28th day of December, 1893, one blue roan cow six years old, no ear marks nor other brands. , Applied by J. W. White at fourteen dollars ($14 00.) Witness my hand, this the 28th day of December, 1893. Wm. M. Awtky, J. P. o. C. Attest: RotvAn Hoi.brook, C. O. 23 C C. 4t Hood's5; enmo wnrso nnd nil treatment failed to clvo hor relief until wo tCKn to uso Itftoit'n Sarsnparllla. After olio nml taken oiie-linliolllo wo could sre th.it sho wm better, wo continued until she bad taken threo bottles. Now she looks llko and Is fat as a pig. Wo feel crntefitl.nnd cannot siy too much In favor of Ildod's fmrsnpafllla." litis. A. M. Adams, Imnan, Tennessee. Cures Tho Bloom of Hoalth No better nid to digestion, No better cure for dyspepsia, Nothing more reliable lor biliousness nnd constipation thnn DeWitt's Little Karly Risers, the famous little pills, L. B. Bean. Hprclii! Xollee, All parties havingclaimsagainst the estate of D. Z.Graves.dec. will present same to me properly proven on or before March 1, 1894, or they will be forever barred. B. N. Giiaves, Adm't. January 1, 1894. 23 4t Hood's Pills net easily, yet promptly and efBcUutly. on bo lUer and bowels. l5o. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve cleansIt was made for thnt pnrpose. Use it for burns, cuts, bruises, chapped hands, sores of all descriptions and if you have piles use it for them. L. B. Bean. es, purifies and heals. M ! lOlzxlsLetsthese goods nt prices that pay you to buy and Comforts, We liaven small line of will bargains to be had at Carson & Co.'s in Winter Goods. While in town, call on Stevens & Collins and see the best stock of groceries in town. now nnl keep over to winter again. A pair of Hlankct.s 75c, worth $1.00. Hetter pair $1.00, worth $1.50. Com- Uxtra pair , worth $2.35. forts 75c, worth $1.00. Very fine 53.00, worth $5.00. Good Heat Saline Comforts $1.00, worth 51.50. A linnnf flofn'a Tonne ' J! .incnvc niwl ' ' Flannels lit the lowest price. We arc now! read v to furnish our trade with Tobacco . Cotton at prices cheaper than any OtHCr house in the county, fiend carefully every article wc advertise, and remember we can back the prices with the gvods. ' I I ' ' PROPRIETORS OF .l i HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION. Friday, Jani'arv j6. II. C. Pace is 1894. the 1om barber. iS bs- - Pleasant Ridge is coining to be Hall handles only the very best quite a business town. Several new and freshest meats. houses, both business and dwelling, have gone up in the pist few months Hall will Heat you exactly right nnd now a new Flouring Mill is just when you trade with him. The prospectHearing completion. James W. Baer, Wcsterfield, was of the town as a good business center granted a pension Monday. nre very flattering. You can buy a suit of clothes at In November last, Mr. Jo. Leach, your own price at Carson & Co. who lives in Texas, nnd is a son of For anything and everything in ISsqr. John M. Leach.of Beaver Dam, was very dangerously crippled by a the tonsorial Hue, call on Pace. fall from a wagon. The wagon ran The best of corn syrup, N. O. and over him and he has ever since sufSorghum Molasses at Carson & Co. fered nervous prostration. His brothS. O. P. Hall is doing the meat er, Mr. W. P. Leach, will leave next business of the Green River country. week to visit him. Born, to the wife of Harry Moore, Mr. W. A. Gibson starts to Sidney, of Paradise, on the 13th Inst., a fine Ohio, y to interview his School .girl. Furniture Company about School SupWhen he Clover Shoe, the plies for this year's trade The Four-lea- f best on earth, can only be had at returns he will no doubt be prepared to ofTer School Trustees all the SupCarson & Co. plies they need nt specially low prices Carson & Co. have just received a nnd on terms most reasonable as he Call and fresh lot of Mackerel, &c. represents the largest School Supply be convinced. Company in the world, to-da- When you want good nitnt, call on Hall. Give Hnll acnll for anything in his line. Try Carson & Co. for bargains in every line. Sherman and James R. Williams have aold their farm just north of town to Alonr.o Shown, of Bedn, for the consideration of $1,000. Dozens and scores of loads of tobacco have been passing through town for Owcnsboro during the past This does not spe.ik two weeks. well for our home tobacco men. For Pickles, Kraut, Chow-choHominy, Beans, Rice, etc. call on Stevens & Collins. Rev. J. R. McAfee will preach at Alexander Schoolhouse on next Stin- day at 1 o'clock a. m. '.Ilnrlln W lllnlratrs. w. h. wiiiiinTs' irheldqmuters ISniTon Ri:runi,iCAN; I have delor all kinds of fruits, candies and clined to make the race for County staple ami fancy groceries. Court Clerk, so I withdraw my anDr. The Trustees of the comity would nouncement. My physician, do well to read the letter of Supt. Taylor, positively objected. Yours, J. T. Martin. Thompson, elsewhere in this issue. Beaver Dam, Ky,, Jan. 24, 1894. Fair Bros. &. Co. sell Clothing The Oweneboro Messenger says: cheaper than competitors buy them. "Mr. A. IS. Wahlbold and Miss Why? Because they are 'bought for j Verda B. Taylor were married Thursspot cash. day night at 8:15 o'clock in the parlor Casebier & Burton will treat you of the St. Francis Hotel. The cere right. C ill on them nnd have your mony, was performed by Rev. lSllis horse led and attended to when you Maddox. Mr. Wahlbold was formercome to town. ly a teacher in the public schools, and The bottom has dropped out of is now in the coal business." prices, on Overcoats, Shoes and all Miss Taylor is well known and Winter Goods. Call and sec Carson quite popular in this county, & Co. and ba. convinced. where her many friends wish her and her husband a long and happy life. Prof. W. II. Barnes closed a very Sol rrrit. successful school at Goshen Tuesday. I hereby notify the public that I Mr. Barnes will enter at once upon have set my son, John Henry Brad-shathe practice ol the law. free, and that I will not be reNotwithstanding the cold weather, sponsible for any trades made br con- Fair Bros. & Co. will still continue to , tracts entered into by him. sell their Boots, Heavy Shoes, Blank-ct- s 26 4t W. C. Bradshaw. and Comforts at cost. Maxwell, Ky., Jan. 22, 1894. 1 Mrs. G. B. Thompson nnd sister, Miss Maggie Lyons, Ilorton, visited Mrs. Whittinghill at Rosine last Tuesday. Col. C. M. Harnett and Mr. Clar- ence Marks, of Owcnsboro, spent sev ernl days here last week among their many friends. J. II. Austin, S. P.Taylor and W.P. Leach arc Petit Jurymen from this county in the United States Court now in session at Owensboro. John J. McIIcnry went to Louisville Wednesday. He returns 'accompanied by Mrs. McIIcnry, who has been visiting her parents at Afton, Va., for sometime. "Around her waist I put my arms, It felt as soft as cake; 'Oh, dear!' says she, 'what liberty You printer boys do take!' " "Why, yes, mySal, my charming gal. (I squeezed her some, I guess), Can you say ought, my chick, against The Freedom of the Press?" She colored like a beet; Upon my living soul she looked Almost too good to cat." V "I kissed her some, I did, by gum, Come to Hartford -- TO SEE THE- "I gave another buss, nnd then, Says she, I rather, kinder, sorter like 'I do confess, The Freedom of the Press." I am authoiized to announce in this column Dr. W. Alexander as a candidate for "Keroner." He has not yet decided whether he will run ns an Old Line Whig, a Demmykrat or a Pope-ulis- t, but he is a candidate, just the same. He wants the office nnd "wants it bad." He is exceedingly qualified for the place and promises in case he is elected and his services are needed he will not be more than five days and getting to the scene of his labors. The Doctor is a monometalist and is in favor of the Free and Unlimited Coinage of Silver. He is in favor of taking the tax off of all kind of spirits and in making them "as free as the air of the mountain, and monarch of all they survey." He fs opposed to the Nicaragua Canal as impracticable but favors a bridge from New York to Liverpool. Now, if he can find a party that believes these things he wants to be endorsed. His cards will be out between now and the time the next moon gets lull. SPRING OPENING OF Field's car of Buggies just from the Davis Carriage Company. C. L. sell MONEY by Buying from HIM. Will you a Buggy, Harness, Lap Duster and Whip from $60.00 will save you . He up to $75.00. The Davis Carriage Company hns tho reputa- tion of building tho best Buggy for tho money of any Factory in Cincinnati. So come and judge for yourself. OK THE OPENING OP THE The thermometer here yesterday morning registered 10 decrees below zero, showing a record of only two dereci above that of last year. Married, 111 Mobcrly, Mo., Dec. 31, Miss Lillie Pattetson to Mr. Crawford, ol Dexter, Mo. Miss Lillie has many friends and relatives in Ohio county, who wish that her brightest hopes may be realized. Miss Laura Render's school, at South Beaver Dam, will close Saturday night, Fcbnnry 3d. Prof. William Foster will deliver a lecture. Miss Laura is one of the county's best teachers and has taught a good school. This is her second session there. The school at Abbieville taught by Miss Mallie Ferguson closes with an Mr. C. B. Sullengcr moved last Mr. J. C. Chamberlain is announcMonday to his new house jnst across ed as n candidate for Magistrate in the River. the Hntlford Magisterial District, Rev. IS. D. Maddox closed an in- composed of the precincts of ISist and teresting school nt Taylortown, No. West Ilartlord, Mngati, Sulphur 22, on last Friday. Springs nnd Beda, subject to the acMr. A. L. Maddox closed his school at tion of the Republican party. Jubilee last Friday. This is his first Chamberlain is nil old soldier, mi ex.school, nnd he has done good work. cellent citizen and would make a good official. He is the first starter in the Mr. J. l' Carson has moved from tlu-- Williams race. the Hartford House to property. This leaves the hotel vaISsqr. J. L. Carson has returned cant. from Pleasant Ridge, where he has Mrs. Mary Liles, of the Ilefiin been engaged in work on the new neighborhood, hns sold her farm to flouring mill. He reports the mill Consideration, will begin operation in a few days. McMillen. Hiram Mr. Carson is n good friend of Till! ?7Rwuiiucan, and never fails to preMrs. Mary Bell, Buford, spent last sent its claims. If all our Irieuds week with her daughter, Mrs. J.' C. would make an efiort to get subiiril). Riley, Kinderhook, who has been ers as does the 'Squirt it would be a Frien 3s, great help to the paper. quite sick. suppose you try it. Several persons just north of town, in the Kinderhook neighborliood.have mumps, none of whom, however, are seriously ill. ,f ISsqr. James A. Park, of the Beda. Precinct, is announced in another column as a candidate for County Judge of Ohio county, subject to the R. R. Wedding will begin a Select action of party. the Republican School at Rosine Tuesday, February 'Squire Park is a mm of fine sense, four months. Pa6th, and continue was formerly a teacher, is an old sol26 2t tronage solicited. dier, and Ins ever been a staunch ReHe made a stron g race in C. M. Crowe will begin a. Se- publican. Prof. lect School at Beda Monday. January the convention of 1830 for thepoiition 39. Prof. Crowe has taught three he now seeks, and although now a terms nt Beda,- He has been engaged late starter he has many friends who will give his claims careful attention. to teach the fall term. - This session offers nuusual advantages to young men and women and especially to teachers. Our outline method of teaching secures to our students Cnri-i- l u I1I1 0110 llotllr. Wo kindly aud honestly solicit the pat" Mr. Jordon Baker, Tifton, Ga., had tho use of any nnd all text hooks. j muscular rheumatism for ten years. ronngo of all seeking a thorough education, and very decidedly guarantee After using half a bottle of Drutu-niond- 's satisfaction to nil earnest students. For further information eend lor circuLightning Remedy for Rheu- - lars or call on fall. next matibtu, he wrote to the manufacturE. R. RAY, President. DORA E. GIBSON, Vice President Marriage license: L. W. Daugherty ers that he was satisfied he would be to Miss Idella M. Daugherty, L. T. cured by the time the bottle would Ticjienor to Miss ISIla Eudaly, IS. F. be used up. If you want satisfaction, Wallace to Miss Maggie IS. Wester-fielinsist on having Drutniuoud's LightThe lint Shoes Mr. A. P. Thomas visited the school for the Lcait Money, R. II. Cummins to Miss Susan ning Remedy. Nothing can take its .Vir .. .j X. Thursday J Hous, Robert Collins to Miss Oma place. Of druggists, or direct, with m Wade, Lee ISvans to Mrs. ISlton from Druuimond full particulars, (riijkiiii Ilriiilil mil, Smith, James B. Wright to Miss Cor-ili- a The Republican party of Grayson Medicine Co., Maiden Lane, N. GENTLEMEN, Phelp3, J. W. Perry to Melissa county will hold a Mass Convention Y. Agents wanted. C. Newton, John J. Monroe to Miss nt the Court House in Lei tch field on 35, 84 and $3.60 Dress Shoe. Florence IS. Crowder. SV.' iifi" Jr. YiS the 4th Monday in February, 1894, for JOHN ECHOI S 1 HeiJOlVCIS. $3.50 Police Shoe, 3 Soles. cf41 'PA I jrr'jj ST. JOHN $2.6Q, $2 for Worklngmen. Ulsewhere in this issue will be the purpose of nominating candidates found the announcement of Mr. J. W. for the various offices to be filled at 82 and $1.75 for Boys. NSPim A J C. Tichcnor, of the Centcrtown Piecinct, j the November election, 1894, and LADIES AND MISSES, (Tho Mississippi Valley Roule.) as a candidate for County Clerk, su'j. transact such other business ns may $3, 82.50 82, $1.75 ject to the action 01 the Republican come before it. TO CAUTIONIf any dealer In this Convention, we cordially oO'er you Y. L. Douglai j; A "H. ? parly. Mr. Tichcnor is a prosperous noe. at n rvuucea uct EVANSVILLE, CIN. in the selec- LOUISVILLE. or .ay.nena. mem wiin- farmer, an excellent citizen and would .r invite the 1TJS M"" cn nnnio """WBHJ ' ii AaLlfe-- J .. 'v out tne dchioui. aiampeu tion cf candidates of all men who opANDALL.POINS EAST, put mm make n careful, painstaking nnd able . Zm on . Virr'.W &&' - !. livv. ii'Asr-it-..'i' syV OtfAr .! uwk. uown iua Ratio. iiM.Tr, wm ruTTi jsj -- . ?s- - YT&'AJt. - mr j officer. lie is very popular and has pose the National Administration of iv sii 11 TO many friends here and throughout the Djiinjiatic pirty'and its disgraceful management, shameful per- Memphis, Vicksliurg, Now Or- the county who will be pleased to know of his candidacy, lie will sonal wrangles nnd flagrant extravaAN"D ALL POINTS SOUTH.. give fitting, gance in the conduct of State nfialrs. W. L. DOUGLAS Shoes ere stylish, easy Try one and and, bebetter conmake a sttoug race. sallslTictioivat the pi Ices advertised than any oilier maVc. pair By order ol the Committee. --TO vinced. The stamping of W. L. Douglas' name nnd price on the bottom, which Mr. John B Wilson, our'jovial nnd I). O'RiuiV, Ch'ni'n. cuariiiitees their value, sacs thoiuamls of dollars nnnually to those who wear them. of St- Cairo, Loois, Chicago, Dealers who push tha sale 11111 W. I.. Douglaa Shoes gain customers, which helps to efficient County Surveyor, has been B. Ror.uns, Scc'y. J. IllO of Hoods. Tlu.T can nft.inl to sell nt a leu nroOt. Inercnse the sales on tncir vo moiivy liy biivlnir ml youY rimtwrnr or tlin adTcr. made a Notary Public and is prepared AND ALL POINTS NORTH ml ire bellute you run V.X, iOUUl.Atj, llrocktou, Mass. IU01I bolow. Catnlotfuu froo upon uppllcutlon. Valuable Farm forNiilo. to take all kinds of acknowledgments, AND WEST. P. REN FRO W. Sulphur Springs, Ky. We offer at private sale the farm of etc. His duties as Surveyor carry the late Jo C. Barnctt, four miles west Connecting nt Memphis with through him to all parts of the county so containing about 225 trains to nil points in that he can serve the people ns a sort of Hartford, acres. Good dwelling and outbuildof itinerant Notary Public and thus be a gieat convenience, John B. is ings, and an abundance of stock sfftl not only a good Surveyor nnd a first-cla- water. Laud and nil fencing in the 3 H& 3 am Rates, Tickets, aud all information COLLEGES fellow eveiy way, but he has, best condition. For further particupracticed up well in his new office will bo furnished on application to (IHOORPOItATKD.) nnd can make a man "swear" accord- lars and terms of sale, address or call your nearest ticket-ngounraetlcal Ilunlnoss Tratntnff.nook - Koeplntr and Shorthand Oolleiios. Thuy u v n l import to Imslnos unit kIipcckh. Catalogue rroo. 1 on the undersigned. ing to the latest and mo3t approve Knoa bpencof, 1'ios't, J. i1. Klsli, Bao'y. Adilro Hponcorlnn Collogo ftt T. B. LYNCH, style. If you do not believe it, give Wood TiNsr.nv, FxeclUor3 Louisville. Ky., Owensboro, Ky., or Evansville, Ind. J P. A., Douiaville. Ky. hint a trinl nnd sec for yourself. M. next Friday. Mis? entertainment Ferguson is one our best teachers and has I night a gold school. This is her second school here and the people say she must teach for them again ('iIIpkp IIliIruUiKH. The work of the past week has been fine indeed. The talks at General ISxercise have been of the very best. The new students this week are: R. C. Jnrnagin, Alonzo Rogers, U. C. Barnctt, J. Ham Barnes, C. II. lSllis, Mary Wedding, Mary Miller, Lula Johnson, Ohio county; Carrie Cox, Daviess county; Lizzie Miller and sister, ISdmonsou county. Miss Ada Brown visited friends in the country Saturday and Sunday. Prof. Foster has a large and interesting class in Miss Bertha Felix, of Olaton, will enter school Monday. Dr. Alexander has a fine class in Cjesar. They meet before General ISxercise and are always on hand. The Ray'n Algebra class, of about forty members, under charge of Prof. Shultz, is doing fine work. There is quite a contest between the boys and girls as to which shall lead. They keep about even and neither as yet have gained supremacy. Mrs. J. S. R. Wedding, Messrs. R. IS. Lee Simniermau and.1. Nail attended Genejal "X" Monday morn- Book-keeping. The latest society organized in town is The Amalgamated Association of Unsophisticated Liars which OF THE holds sessions almost every night at some one of the various stores in town. The first public exhibition was on last Tuesday night when the AND TEACHERS' PRACTICAL INSTITUTE. members lied for the championship of the club. Mr. S. A. Anderson carried OSBBEESJJBSEBBRX2B(3K3SBHBHHHilHI off the honors without difficulty, but Instruction his closest competitors, Messrs. J. H. Expenses most reasonable. Plans modern nnd progressive. Williams and R. IS. L. Simmenuan thorough and practical. Advantage most excellent. A say they will "fix him" next time. School for the masses. It requires no effort on the part of the members of this society it is a matter of spontaneity with them, Tuition per Term of Ten Weeks. SPfiiN session HIGH E W SCHOOL J"33.Xl.rtXy 16, 1894. 1,000 acres of timbered land for sale. . Common C Primary School j Intermediate Department ( Advanced Collegiate Department Instruction in Music and Art at Reasonable Ratea. Board in private families per week, $2.00 to $2.25. $3 76 5 00 25. 7 00 G GLENN & WEDDING. best of The McIIcnry School in charge of Profs. S. J. Tichcnor and L. B. Loney closes a very successful session d, W. L. DOUGLAS 48-5- 0 2)3 SHOE w vm 0. & S. W. R, R. Ml? S s ' MTMSlSTin:lcc&!aB J as') "..' iui-,tAni- n. llr i I. Arkansas and Texas t. ss 20 tf C. BarnktT, 0. S - lS t BUSINESS r.i J U UU 4 JK,J- - i i WWWP' AlA. M t A s f. fLJiMM-f- r - --A V T'ffiT'" - wt,U4Sfer. J v tUi WtgjtHWtii a?ggi 1 VfctUv 1 111 Hartford Republican! I'MDAV, " 26, 8(;4- - ' Tbe IN THE EAnLY DAY6. KTt ftrtt rhllrtren ntirneret tfirosjrfc Tliccmiiitrlee, Innrlj then, TTIlh All Ihclr ehecp an I Wile oner. Their cnttle and their men. And kept theinelrr In trll a For nwe of tlic (Trent p!nln, And nlalrrs, And learned the ler, jtli of And of rahn. Of And saw no other men thronh n The bine hnrlron wide, fat their rum kind, who e ame to Mrrh And marched andeangnnA died. And left the mArk of wall rltohM tenta. Of footprint In the dew. And trniKs of beaten, billowed nan Their flocke hud pAstnred through. And enmctlmoa on a mountain top They stood Among their epeare, And gared eros an unknown fntn the nrfknowm yrfi. And sometimes o'er At enflleea at the iky, A e4e)d from lands Trilnewa aM a awe Aad meet thetn eye te And they would pan an4 lor eras' rpw And reel Awhile, aid tha Rath Journeyed paet with all ah ako. Ilia rattle and hie mm. -- Alloa Archer Sewtll In aTcvyer'f MeeitNV. rrt lr ' e1p)a, T. . HE DOUBTED Dm J Tho fifhlng.fliet had t erst rarly hi the morning. The wrs xcrj clear, nnd tho bot sonld etlll seen in tho (llfduirx, strati rat in a long lino nwoes tuo fcorlson, titwea tho Criol bcccli nnd W e4er fe Ubjtcux. A few Bailors' t1tw, children old men (till loitered on tfa all in excellent hnraor, let with irtrtj wwithcr thore should certs-tnlbe n ftrre hnal of fish. The re trail sa'rnirabljr blno, Imt fnnherl by tttt wind ft broV rnto Httle wfrrca, Trhick ruAoi, wfcitt eppod, torrnrd the rkerr. "Do ym oo it yet, St" mat" wired ik little fellow who rtaM arwty fron ichool thnt morning in trdev e tc hft fstficr etflrt wlfJi the Jesoi. tiher b. J5r, e4 with a fine catch of ilastrr P.th. irnler looked quiokly in order to save the t;ix of ndvertis-isin- g to to if tho Knglislt Ihreo mnater were cohunns; nil the 111011 who want at tho quay, but alio was not there. to tret sot right; nil the crncked-brnme- d DiDcinbnrklng, ha Itemed that the philosoplicts with stoiic-- ns Harding had gone down in sight of Ojilthend, and that nil on board had long ns their hair and ns iloouty ns lost. betheir finger nmls in moutniii Harry Kvans, then, wm dead. His came bciefl o( .so.ip: all the lies wife nlono knew tho troth. He would not daro to question her. He would who come to - ,iy a .v minutes, r.nd norer know the truth bo wonld doubt .stay hourh. Tlirot ji' tile cditorinl her nlwayl and tcpottorinl roonii all tlie follies ovc- -y one in Treport From that tlrr.o nnd the nlimiis of tlie woild nrc S'.cn remarked 'hat Matter Fonrnier lud rrown taciturn. They asked hla wile ilnj after 'ay, ami tli e temptation is t reason, but sho replied eyasively t'ibelimc neither God, man nor wo. fhat ah did not kaow. tan, I only wonder that joniiialis'a His sailors found him rougher thn before and more aTarloiems. He often believe aitytli PnTied to Treport on Bnnday mon Kl WrIpM rorrotinvti. tjt nnd left strain t.the aarue rrmlnft vithont a nijat'a Jamca Bocvrorth, tho faramn x brKk Ofre week k Tn3f', scout, ttIio brr ' T! n war ehisf tinder rn& ke nws spree?, thnt fke F. Lt na.ne if Me ino Clf aaon th rt .hue ferrotbt Vck fli ctrp tt r) Orowa, hno to r frie a er enowaejl wars. AitctcMbs ts fee tntm-dinarfeat of lcritatieji wrrHi erf k1 perrt e rv rrcl Xwa a grst ten nnr eliitf of tae Crir laaweraea to Vvoaceer kigbm i4ias dles Freewco oa esder rjsa, Mr? Bs exfte tf ??, fla Toof crMWhiXTirnim toba n tarf ft fA. hsp.n aged nsaa cn4 t,h acfleeo, flA Tho chief rt jLtirrtycaUi ky frra h? ado Hs dapuaaflon Vefor Ct coo troffcsad lo iaro a preraordtion c4 fiarSetaoet, et4 Xm c4 Mm dr O.nah. Ict nany tjoons ho bad led f evlaattn Va "tko Ver rf 4 fb Crora acctnWUy cttnet tbeir bo Bookferl B rtsn had eel foevem ey & bsardltary-iifJfn. at a clci ie'sr!! S9VT vad . &&?& wt filrd Use a el tytHaA, 10 icoha cevr, bxri )th niol(rlno he lest lta la In the drink cf tho tray 6!&A b r. Ui wvolca tiirt, rjvfe a tt prey fe4k cd rkrefcea xjorninc ho led hit brsTM cuk 03 aa i&ferf et ni ery.krt( b payers, tu niazkl cyen pnJrl, end ntting hi chiolO ? estebftih Wratttj raivBn feoai tb on nlfle kzsxo 18 cr 20 fee ia froni eef cVjwr.bc. ta 6totS i ttic rf tUau wintefl to h with hia lmco. rridnsx ta hart bton e- fie --r jfcfi fea oy of rho afhrrrc aaea roared ine oiboowd wrwo erf 6k tnci rtrroSmc a Cassrr) Is apjpoftrexl t rise aloTrry rrrseesJen teerres fc vdfxn tsA bora Vto Voklc3f cnta ii reaciod a to dn jKle cbtmh & tmefrx f ths &ora tbo ffrn btigtj'i uCJivn-wndlBo fca beal e nsaV)f eailsr fcoa fc fee Si, Irxr by tt twers Ca. Da&aaa fee e&c wejTbo4 tks ft rtirf. xaeeeo, jyauja ftirtmjk tba srtr csSl9 c tVj CV Uxiest, tVr mcrtcr rt Crrtr fcsFe Bed VtfcSaM Ctvca w6 aatil ft c2rxirt53 teo ad hia ft &e t?Jjf e? cc)C3C ct eV tsfltzs. torn Wfti wentcac JtCkrlTl of hearc To Treporl. m Uii Tu iimiiii 111 11" DflAMATrO FUNERAL CEntMOrrY. notr tli iAirnn rrapnr Tlialr tlio BMTIi DJ n Fur t" oniBiM nFMFMRPH wennu 1I1VIIO aallltalllMlwll earollll iliTCltlffivttnn ai In nun Uy and tbe multe of our TableU. liemaoNULi Gold ir.,ile.';p,,t,'1T(l,',lrojrthi,,JflroforTOBAC,coll'rom Itoidaya. FerfeeUr hana ,n up pfa or eoffee wlthoat tbe kaoe IT." '?" ,. "?.l!'ck.Bi,! ."?,!"'! l",.,J,w' buuui, "uw "in tuiwiMwu aTTpuioKaorcnwinf ia inw CMft I In thodottdToom of tho lioaplt;,l recontly Modlco-Chl-rnrRlo- strango mid nua en 1 j a;id tirnmatlo cororneny took pluco. Vho ccv."lon wns thn olxerranco of tho lor.t rites nnd cv monies by tho crorr of Laeinrj of tlio ntenmship Lfinnrh OTrr tho b'xly of on of their rlilireiAtr, wlio r"l 1 in tin hoplt;il. Tin bodyh.td as nnal liern propan 1 tho undertnk.r by tho hospital rH-- f non rft;rd.th, p' 1 tha 1v' fro-'- i tr?1- -. reraoTCl tho wrd to 1'. Ordroom. A r on aa t'.io s.o'm ;5jtp omtr learned of tho death iF Double Chloride of OPliCJAL Tablets A fr se-.- te -- y rfl.!t j Pfto'rf.K t RinnsilTM nt tho lieswital and asked ro tvt the body-- . Ta rseas followed ras nti eatprrlTe one, 'Ae dituly lighted rspn, Ve iWl foria hmrJ on tho fci Cta airrrmdel byadoiifuor niiro et ) eTjerowine; pp'". wlthfitr.'no 'M etwaafe, flat, hnn O 'lu'' aesi paasl4 boAr5a fun.Knl a mctuor p.bl ylcCHra. M rtr r."n Ktsx)i7ith ktjarls end cl'?p"rt hand P" ffIr epnntrym.vi thty a'l pmii"t 1 ta iin inui rf ..if.t.'l NOT tin .11, UII, -- r,.,,."your nnmo H'rltn inuivim, a a?ff;i!B,rt..is:-SaArfcOOLO CUM TABUTTf mm f liquor or Mr- fihlnn Until aiirh ifniaaa Vin ati.ll 1.Ha..4l. aka parMcuUteanit peniphlelof veeetmonlala freo, and ikall . .". "' .,..'l,i"""' Hiiororiiromanyoi aauiia is enaiuuaic tloiiwlth !i'rronewhohaTabeenimrelbj'tkaeeforTAat.ara, . mil.'B TAULETS are for ssle ay all naer-ot- l If yinirilriiKKli too nut keip them, eaeloeeaa 11.00 mumm aw mmm mbit mopnuini, ujinntueof or mMULA vnnnfruimntttlatiiftrallowHl U tf .. noaeiid ''VlIU JVU,tl - "I- - . 1 TOItllMrti Fit IVIUI1I HlHIIfH JlR.IIBIl Ql OUT nml iuMr,H platalr, andatnto nro ior xuuaccu, MOTTtare from persons who hav bean cured by th use et 1)0 t)RCHIVl!l Into Mtrehatng nntinf Mm nl,iiin !..... ii..i bi k. bn ' "i PVTBmT iiMt ftl"nt"eirl uiv in" a iiiiruiiiB iiint nrn frwt mit -ior -i .llll f. i. r Vi j.jxxJiii.L't) mm inannuoine Mn11ufncl11rt.1l only by e i1 f-l Hills Tablets. CaaatcaL Oa.i naaa iia: 1 aave neea ertnf yoerr for totxree habit, anl foerat It nonlii vfcat roe elalm for ka. I aarit tan Mia worth of theatroniieitchewtna lokaeraadar. aall frota em te Are ettarai r I vemie amota frtmi kern v forty plpne of tobneen. Hare chewed yeara, and twnpaeknares aad stneke4for twenty-ler ytmr Tablets earei ano ao I hnro no deetre far It. n.M.jAii.uno, ietie, Mten. nnnna Frtnr. M. . imumu vfiBMiuai.vA'.; Osm.lirsn: nomeiinii aso I seat for Sa.OO worth; nf fAnr Tablets for Tnh.rrn ....w... I trrrtA llnhlt. r r a iniim all right infl. atttioaf h I was knth heary smoker and ehenwr, y did She work tn lee than three day. I ain enrefl. Tmly years, U ATH ttrT JOHRSOH, P. 6. Box O. , Tara Oato z ft't AAA 1 J- - OHIO 81, 83 CHEMICAL CO, lif tcl ni ejf 1 ttxHncsrtA uted-wlt- irT4 tbut 03, conrtt ttt cze praytits to Al1 ' who vltneo.nl tho cceiw Wi otnotioua of rcsp.Tt a' flT titter !rtnat per pie. f frtc thatr strniy trcrjdcnl lioi tttarfr adiv,-ei-- . a E6 Otero Block, LIMA, OHIO. PARTICULARS FREE. rrrrano-aan- exaorte; tab njn r b Thoy Kaa, b4 b7 le.wielal'y Wtp--i 4M v--i by ft4rH, Ivesf fc ne rael fca e fee ecis-ree- if 4 csIteM prrclcd tV we5 w mi csa fttzgiiTkHga, na cu nyyrfie'aiiaj. ociipM cse tn Bijv:;r:e en cpotna. fi aci m Ii waa jisoai m Bis mother bad it maths eteti luxury that bur rjeighVwre eatel bra. In mch dear wenther m Ala, If Cst7 eonld not dtrtinjrJA nex rfcyr exrald art lewt mnV eat at aaolrV q Ore esMs. ' Ije rwlil hare cnsata4 Ikij ttm watching We father's Moan ( H trw smaller and smnilctr 1m Oia euibuirc, btrt hii mother Ird jjiia nwer. They mt go bnck to the kim to thtlr wrfk, They loitered "Try the herUrT. yrbirJa had lost itn nnimntion nawlijtt fro Rtt of fjshlng crnft wxt trono. On the ride towd Che towa fVw mall boats vcr waiting tin the sea wont down a little before TCEhsrinj; oat, and on the other tide half a dorenefcipa were discharging their cargot f coil te tecssk rieu'ej'iij tse seEaevs ec eenva. Vlfle ji.ijivji c?ie7, MtwseioaS Kaetv Wrsoaor t Hi ave--v MTr te rxena ?4 jstwwo H laa Pn Sb rrtefcad v7 reSh rjici A rsar irf fcrrj'." Ifti wCi ta e ctaictac- -, -- 3 nWtwai fcrO Sa1 sjft w iH5c SRm ta vAidi t9 fcrd cf fco warier. fi C2ceS Irrffarvv rxjed isafl with imaedtatina 9iic tr lJ r.'ator nnd soap sua -" rtfnn bow linn. This h 9 jTtfiot thoy 10 winding nkeot. Lvcry ooreiS fl CSrjj dieir bxwlo enrno in contact criui Oa boy fhsy offcrrtl a prayer I SESrOMSULI JACENIS fa eaaewt. Then thoy removed Inrlt'ny plfujpiendoi c orn ifcoca nnd atecltlngs nnd jt vm&si Crdr fbet fcnd rary ar4 uos-btt- i After Cib thoy begnn tho ttzzzMzszzsL&smsssast&rv&catri. cf their laro cornrado, water errr tho kcad nnd face ci Oa de4 wen. Tko ciHIrw body &s Ccsti(ftly dcr.naod, tlio men teflkbff It lorinjly and rcrrwently. Tho aejrr Mneai harinfr haen pro Jr ea of their aumber nnd tw7 haviag been dried C10 sail-err?7CMte4 nootker kaWo, tho ono rovt-Tcntl- "rk of requests a bomitiful ounp v TieaomeCH atrea ia alMKurn to apeak word of pratae fer roar Tablnta. ... nam iimni '..hu d Ictcd to the rise of i r .j 1 n liqnor,nu tkroue w miiiotiu, . win in 10 .r jour iaoieia. lln wnenlieaeyand irr eonatant drtnhrr, but after ualne your Taklet but three date lio milt drlnktar. and fill not tinch llnuur of anv kind. I bim wallpd fmir nnnih hernrn waHnir you, kuorvliTlo know thecufewaapvnsaaciil. Teuralmly, MIW. nKI.EN MORRWON. Plwtarw lvt Hnin TllK Ovin CWHlC,Xt.Cnt.CiKrviKW-YrtnrrTMatmYiTHArtiMTramlr.iiU ln.v.aa I hftT urd inorphlur. tiypoOcruilcmllr, for fl?cn jrvara, nud liato bvtm curctl brthnuaf two paekacM of your Tablou. and wltUeut any effort 011 uy part. IV, L. IAJKUAT. tCALOo.:-Oatmaataai-It -- ra. ar tri tA s SSStrivWi LjTHE OH3 lMi (vtp .AiLlri..4 ull OntorH to rll. H2 end nil Onarfi Rlnnk. CS3g:8fl.CAL CO an UIMA, OHIO. a pour-t&,'C- 3 KMCseMsira 12BJlELa5tlBs.i: s...aijfat np4 tS a trnM4 rrisJ Wad's kavA. Vm KtJ CSae ti "'VnJe,'' ba sea, -- Co jrsc yev bare cvtss tr rewT 3w lo kef tsav TZoOZi so aalema. "Tke ansa we Wttrrj BTae res' even afaai Vnaerf weei and tahinp; on phosphates. Mmo, Fonrnier ttopjitd mccbsiical-lj- r in the middlo of the qnAj- - to look at a fino nngllsh three master, tb Herding, which cmo eTOTy wfek with a cargo of conl, A tailor, lcnnln? on the i'ail of tho ehip, mw her nnd wbrcd hi cap gayly to her. Bhe tnraed away end hurried np tho Rce do la Falaii Jiise. Vporsier tara4 Er teaAereel k a eafins, swfcial a If with wsier. "VriJt, 1 karu eVaVttd yea. 14 H. I pnnitbinent It to myoeU trad tie letter be d&r4 to writo rt yo, and I bare Veca Twy sieofablo. Tie M-en- yt wal" kr l. caeriom rnd rsgsaSCrs jacS?n es oertl.--e is ntrr etsrloa. At fa 'TOoCino cf Geafcfes rhl ij" tees Ejfera t fti fJa tbe exTaatr vi Harof cri eas ta E3 erwrTao 1 bTe rceer frrcpte wha wtr te sale epea VQaj o fsr33 Vat to her homa Two hoars lnter.Sho lonnprr cf the Hno do In rnltrieewereprcatly tnriHied to see 3!nstex Fonrnirr, the cwnor of tiff) fishing hut, in a little L3 erf oircdtilk. Tk water Lad iKiuuiid tt a Uit!, W I bare reeul it KcrertWelea." Jt wns the answur to Bt awt'.CT ky line, hnndeuiuv Te-le- )hiT ziigbt wvmi SU dsirziel bus w&efontidl akmesfcrke4fclE3. I eonld iA fcbow te others, va orta to tV eomtnlraoDn, the oeaiy pcp- - K kad r: eloop T 872, homewflrd. btfainjf He hnd not entered the home bHere Ms nclthtiore had run to Warn tb reason of his (Hidden rehire. Why hnd he come bnolr? ft was thnt way tbnt they bad qS tufl-xng- ear o Tticl (J 0 lukke t aseua. thQ star te air kweMsA, So V aOl antllnx 1 r ksnrcr I Wibl. rw I,vcr "'rnf i J win do rem "Ok, asy prac leaving port, with all w!l wt, whnr-etc- x the weather, whiok wa Imorm a.Tl tip Kn down the eouet M "'fraixM Her loclTtay bed bee hrettra, ast3 Fonmior had had to eorae haci te port for repairh. Thc?tfro7e alreadT under way, and once he hpfl bli mt ml work no irayjoonie np to re n?e wiie a ." AjeiaauiMl Kioice. wnww4r" Treaa that Aiy Martra- roemier grew yoone; nai gy igabj, bat crtticj eta keeji liaa lreaa eag e--l -t- ia all rails eet, 9slrtec fur Cia ricvsiieo - tcent tar' katn1, kuwyrahaTS j. Iir Cm Jbvdi of Plesaa J "Your wife she has rem ewk, Vnt back tirectf. ' Uu wuc ponring kiaexeif a pi fire ef thin wino from the pitcher he had dratrn that morning before leaving, when he noticed tho fcfkfitnnd open on the tnbla U wet with aud tho pen bund it, o Ink. It was his fon'a pen and inkttamd. bert as the little fellow nrrer wrote during tho day ho eonelftcled that Ma wif nrnet haro been writing. Airrjtj ai tho tame moment be sottoed a Irfcy is the blue rnsc on the noantel, and aritX-out tliinking be opened h andreevflt Wm. Fournltn tie I luve ;oa more thao I ranun. I tnplor ou to m a Unic Ud m Mill Tnnri J nut tintband ia seu. ILiinrT BTAn. u "My Godl" eric Petnaaiw, "Harry Bflantor Cuasr. Af Bvx--i mM ty Hsrfe ia a . prelerwU at.'uteg.-roeicerijr fcirO ia U stea saw dott erf tie Car.geweJeral Wre-tajks ia tatb " rf bet tt U eotBT4ttI 1 ek34 JTVerrtcictntrre Ms wwemf,-- i Faitcrrem uf ccwxi Bene eM kts triiiid aeallir watt, tt tta skm!4 krew tt, he S)mH. tur Cisf ra M fa eoajreM. tntiiunte m aty tere PutK-riXiafcok aia vt41r. "If t iierKiwear," k eeid. ilniul wcie '1 de act ifcHrre aa- - ex eeraH toll hi Aae, la Xeamea-ki- ) &ite t tke wurVJe we hymr ead an usi, laas Inc; "we kow tkal fc? went oa the dtiulrwld wivk Aalrew Jekrcei In 1!M Vwa at lfct skU ken or lib wm a sneea tsim vai tppc4 to Uio ,)rkf krfa at Sio Htne, A suiiLiiVYuriT Mttcuk wrald tnakn Una 1M oct te k a.fo." 'iVni'liiailiaa Oe. Aiuima Cluilm. tah W Trr t le ec y. fe Mnhl ti wUca tbecorTa of toe koc ead iy4 a ifcrs Kcuro a losft of rrocel Vti hrrnjh-- i cue eo4. ddiTweU tie) das? eotrr errer fbe eorpa, e alsa a VittIk of xnapro tell tt tca, nh be) wta to drhtke vf t.ni. ti effcer rerformins this ate, to the Lcis- naw ra xzmej, ra trrtidwraoai csn TTCsentcd thotmclvca at tlni hos-- ! next morning ami vhercof K tsoi cyea kfca all it pstai cjT-.3cyi tia body within tho coffin. tsieirti of & Afact end frtod kd-r fct? frota TSJdag afkav Ibery wra KaisJfebhia Prw. esed. Hlf .trl. lit hi nfl Ctitore. Tba origin of iWs srranjo orreuw, that tho electric w3 mi Jlkoy cnnea9rt in aoraa Hrirt in almost know good for matching aa with tlao ceremony of tw ceape-gp- eoion a By but they wsor rb old Isjt (Ltr. iri, JBe). u th arcdaylight, The light generally light. given by -- (7e?mnrr Great. lrws,n(5cCDnt lnnip is often littlo yrllow than a gas flnins and this mm people into rror. A dally "310 Cirata Telsphon tirtsyrsr eotnplalin tli-- .t yellow and pink w elaisa ti naTinc fte wusr by electric t vet be rtliulngul-hi-- d eajflCTO m wwH m tbw besiri Hl heliorrop? .Mimes n pinky JlgM; coo eatVicaijf a tne worlS. Gtirso- - krie, cad rhat miny delicate cra(Utlons s, as; 10,CO eTcratsa tt rt w fjnltt Icrt rnder the light "fadri1 cf the nrnlrrn illrmlnsnt. Tale hlne nu3rtq-r- f B.esJr'BCM. rcprostria tfeo tf tta r3 loses feme of Irt glmy, bnt gTeen aeaV eaektrtga, aaci fewy nurnlj? o- - ' ia rartry tmrrsitd. Bright etimrcn feQ,K3 a Hay. 5"o aeccniraotTsrw tiria foskj well if aTtlr.tlc.-.ll- y rnd rPectircly TtVca3tnna Oj tslcphocacrpesy tani donp. r.nd sonio ehai'ea of priin-n- ? are especially beautiful. Krlnlrte, sa ptrt Co7U O tifljj cf vacj i eporad coadrit connteJag ivMO B ia aal. nr? ncrcil sir zkown np, end tlie cerapleion t"it la r.st rrf making beorea Ct ,nd rewtly tn rln rrnthfnl llsht. Tor this retwon tanfljrv a yea? TOisn STJ feu olsoMa Itflht is not popnlar witb ttcantr-awan fcrT5sfc. 2i M caaeo cf e't thtt rraty aa rrocd. by Bf reatw. Thfj woi provided. o sVrtod w aced upon it and trsrsSrsel wiR camphoe. Then tho uSy V72i oroalty liftsd szrd lnid on 2o sIttoJ whflo cil offered np fet ocacerk It vns npidly crrc5;port hi tho winding sheet and rtrict rnetraetions were given in bre!?:a finish and by cigns to those t fi hesritel atff prwent not to t?wA Ik The cjailow thon formed in nso, eoa who to ba tho lend-cr rteadinat aloui, tho others stand-r.chiad Pi threat ;sr1 focrs. 7rtr-2- j feeir fac to tie exist and fhe6r kxada aboro tlieir hesun Crsy r7Jcmnljr comnaited tlieir Allah's ear. 2f3 Ghrwtica can touch tho body cm b4ti3 fconrfit contawinnted pjjot ' eeed 1 t rart: com-cx3a.t- 9 a a te "ST'csim he rtu Qvans-boro, aTflJH.l. We are manufacturers of Burjfiics, Carts Surrios and Carriarjes, and ileal directly with consumer thus saving him the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices are reasRespectfully, onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. w ot A. AMIES fe CO. Ky 1 lr-,r- "e tT-T- na mb. ft rtt t""-.icne- p! Ai I ffisamm U3-?Si?. ra KlIILflJ X! n isiW R23 tore: Bi ARKsSy I -- 'a Iionntrtitlyomflilcntlal. A llnmllinnl. of In. rornMlon ixi.c rn ra I'ntrnl luid bow tu cb lam tlieir: jent free. Alas i catalogne of raocbao. 1C1 mil ranntino fjnt Jree. rprclalnotlceinttaapirji-nllncAinerlrnn- Fora Sf"f"P' iV CO.. w o hTO livl nnrlr ftrrcva' XI 'nenca In 1I10 potent bunr;s. foiami f inion. wnio 10 C"-- reoetTO i,,unn . and thu are bronaht wlloiy bernroihe public with-n- ut to tbo lntoiiior. Ihls sultmllil neper. fot I'tueilneotlr.eleirantljrlllnttrMM.bMbT tlie nniiit yrrnlitinn of nnj icicni.ie wnrt fir tho yor. t.mpl cniiiraaentfrm.in wf; Id. a,1 JlulUliijc lilitlon. rnonlhly, f..' ,'0 a cur. Mnulo rnplee,vAcciita. llrcry nuniier contiin Unu. t'lul plains, in cctorn, nnd i hotfu'riphs of new hmijos. with plan. unublln bullilcra to nhnw tlio latn.tileilirr.RiicljKvurodiritrinii. AcMri iiu..i eu, Ifhir lout, atil Ukoaiiwat. I OIITAIH honcjt C.. an.wer ar.il n A IMTT.NT o COPYRIGHTS. m e UY T aW '91 AN- Di i i iflTTVa i T A ITS n u Hip KSrr Hi Oal a k4 tsa tnnWo, flijj prtyjsij if a tee, yos na, ttVS k12 iwctcKSry; aSJ yiI-riM- ti tho rcraftia!! fel strv ksrfu jrflcp; tt tto r? raB3 fiwa,i Vy Cm i a ' nvnj yeopl, int kva e"we ki4 s the knoTrlne r?ctrrev all frt btrnitiful effects anl hca Terlnstlng.frirnds of her lady eserVi V7 eoTtring every lamp with a thto et ysllew silk. Ctncaeo Record. hosa wf," n-r- iarl. KT&nal" He knew klru wall, tirfi hantc English aailor of the Eardlns, wke hal alroady ruined more k ckm hw la Tver-wi-n Trcport a tifll idfovr, at fall himself, fair, wifii & etrryhWo of u girl and tender Mve oyc He Pfrang np to rw ie IV traer & n vmmw mum habs shirs awi werte4 ekeegr flbia tbe ctjitr sattta. fti Ve vriU siiul you jratoOV o Bw,flBrft,B.1 We have at this ca rraa aUij ept wja FOR 20 YEARS ma akn ?Tt office blank varrats, Tlie Republican and aa ifrncrtrtvn ?1,'tA Has toe all Worm Romodlos. rj osmopolitan both subpoenas for sale akt jttrt t ui SKUD twelve cents in postage to 39 Corcoran Uuilding, Washington, D, C, and you will receive jviieaw esrwauAe lajwsTijr JiobaliieaCV Ma taxi "I s Ce3," four copiesof Kate l'ied's WashingAa too cmumo aorrlr mca ps. ton, containing matter of special infc7, cw5tej; to Tfaa ?peeit terest. Give name and address, and fcaAr c flw & "?& where you saw this advertisement, iy vra as toFtarHalrftra ouret rxA 5!y V05-vef- hKvi a ps f.vSi w QCisnri. SMinqnurr. 111 r ii 3 fl f! nfiTmrlH-.fiM MJxnmB fiBriJoai. r TTf Tff TT'T"T ONE YEAR 1 iii i i 1 1 i w T if 1-2- 5 iirL -- .cLTrsuzxc easy c Address all orders to c. crons- - ea et' ?5 aiffp, io trangle tbe Engll(hsraa,wlia be Ms wife rrrnmin;, MifttntSj the ka4 aorwrred feat insuNhag IrKc, ea4 wonld tTl him what aurtrer efc ksf firm. Tie trnsted fait wV. "1 hurried back," tVe aoM as ibe ttme In. "I heard of ft aecideert I vm doing my mnrkctlnf." As eho laid the pnroam tk had made on tho table, he had time tarnnait the letter back into the Tact, He would wait for br to speak. Mme. renrnior continued ta boar keranlf with her honichold duties. He watched her, and be fon&d her (till young, browned like hinmu, almort aa tall, grncofnlly poieed on bir poinrod aeota nnd with a wslei still aleirfer. From time to time ehe looked at him with a smile, Bhs was not surprised t sse him looking comber after tne Hhe did not say anything about It, for (he had gircn liim her eirice on tke (ubject long sgo, and it was tb ole mutter on which thsy disagreed. "Wife, hare yem nothing new fc tell aael" "Kothing, my dsar hnatead." His face contracted as with a sudAaa pain. His wife, thinkinf it it towkav tm at lh accident, Uisseil him tendur- - bnl u one year for $2.00. It'ejuet m easy to try One Mlnnto Cough Cure us anything elae, It's easier to cure a eevere cold or cough with it. Let jour next purchase fora cough be One Minute Cough Cure. Better medicine; better result; better trv it. I,. B. Bean. All communications and business )iild bo Sot-ter- o ad- Send your order to us and we will fill it promptly. cheap. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. BOLT) EVEItYWHCnE. t rnfin 1 bj atciunpsj-- wrr.icnr. to., st. tons. IIAUTF01UJ REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Kentucky dressed, not to the 190 Ew COLLARS rillioutcap( 1 editor personally for he is away much of We will send you the time, but to The Tli" I?- v bliean and Republican, Harttlie Co or-Journ- For $1.25 we will . send The Republican and New York Tribune both lor one WEEKLY - U.i;. Ve bnl 'i t ' year ford, 'Ky. This in- year. ib.r sures prompt attenTHE tion. The 'publican and to sell tlio great illustrated Fnmilv "iViiiiii'aia the I. itisviile Week- Kowspaticr, pnjitr pulilMird. (int. Good, Jet Boiling to ovfry ly Cohi niercial both live boys make Jromfor free cample Nuturday. Heinl one year for 81.40. copy unri full pnrlii'iilnrA to G1UT ."jOo .will send you "HMAinnrn agents ami 'Y x 1 1 IL ) NI3 WSIJ O Y S fi Cmiriftr Is a ten -ago Ni v.spaper. Join nnl column Demo-cmti- It contains ' tho HENRY l)pt of everything going. WATlKIiSONis tlio Editor. ico 1 00 a Yoar. Courier-- . - ci'it e tnl, during your liours. Any man, woman, boy, or rIi can tlo tlio work fiantl-llwithout cxiierlcncc. Talking Xotfiltifi Ilka it for before. Ouruorhcra r. ahvays 'o tlmo waited In learning tho bu.ilneas. Wo teach you In a night bow to succeed from tho flrit hour. Yon can mako 0 trial without to yourself. Wo start you, furnish everything needed to carry on the business successfully, and guarantee you against failure If you but follow our Header, If simple, plain Instructions. you are In need of ready money, and vntut to know all about the best payliif; buxlucsfl before the pnhllc, icnd us your addrcn.s, and wo will mall you a document giving you nil tho particulars pro-pcic miule easily ami lionorobly, PER MONTH Your Own Locality The Inter Ocean is Tin? AND MOST POPULAR REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER OF. THE WEST H7IS THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. -- rE:r5rvi3 ?G.UO per )car. DAILY (without Sunday), by rviAiil.. $8.00 par year. DAILY (tvilli Sunday), The Weekly Inter Ocean, per year, $1.00 TKU IKTC!! OCEAN beeps nbrcait of the times in all reipecte. securlnu ALL THIi HUWS ANO THE DEST OV CUUKKNT LITKRATURC. Aa n UtrirasniltlicriMlnNnortxi'etitein TRUE & CO., BOX4G0, The Weekly Inter Ocean Istillud espicUtly for t'.'cee wlio, 01 account of mull otrvkc or any other reaion, do not take 11 dailpjpcr. la It-- ; cclumna nro to be founj the wccli's ncwi of all the world cundr'.ieej and the cream of tbe lit. rary ftqrcaof the Dally. AS Aiigunta, Falne. The Weekly Journal makes He pteflsed her to him with nnncerw- tapned force, is ever, oven in the flere-t- ft tfinptt, hnd lio hulTcred as he d now. Bwpleioii, entering hh finJple, loj-ii- l henit, invngcd it terribly. "Will, goodhy. I am going to the Wo slinll go out with the next karbov. tide, if tlio lmcliRtny is ripaircd. Good-by.- " enf-flrre- I'UHLIBIIING CO., Williamsiiort, Not one minute elapses between the Pa. taking of One Minute Cough Cure aud rdkf. Why shouldn't people take One Minute Cough Cure? They .should. They do. I.. 15. Bean. It liy IMIfiirt nri , tn ngents, and v.ery lilicr.il termgivod freo jircmiuins (or clubs. Sample cnplca of tho pujicr and four-pa- o I'rtmiiim Supplement tout free to any address. Courier-Journa- "MFI Fny: jINTHENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES, A SURE bf muwhvuui A of EIGHT A FAMILY . PM'E'I t IT KXOElis .,. .. N..w.,...n -- ' w,rt lists of - " J8'S ' with PAQES, 5upple:nei(., Illustrated, in Colors, Wnto to l Co., to that he auked himself if it were poBslllo that such a woman (wnld lio. ne was about to go to the Hardlna wh?n one of the Milnrs taw him and enrao after him. CompellM to rehrrn his verfel, hi hnd time to renot, A tmdden fit of rage, a fight, would pro'e ndthlng, and ho wonld never know fbe truth. Bo I'lilielleiers. neeoinpnnitd him to the end of In the following the Kev. T. UeWitt tho r.nd bndo him farewell with Taltnage undertake-to explain why frank nu oyo Klio LOUISUILLE, KY. Tin: HiU'LiiMUA.v nnd tho Weekly CourierJournal will he sent ono year to any nddrew (or SI. 75. A tl drew Tin: Rknjjimcan, Ky. Are yea Wllhif te werk tertaaejsiel e freteeeVea fa keia rellaVIe Safe watlea k e aa4 4 year aeaafja-taneH Hurl-(or'- i, ADOITIOIIAt. t AOUH, m 1U1 jln all SIXTEEN PAQE3. Thle Surple-mei- it, CF i ':AlMa MATTER and TWO FULL.PAQE contolniPK SIX PA0I-- . ILLU3TRAT10M'J, is I. ie vortli th' rric; charceJ for the paper. . THCIHTCr.CCF.AtI 13 FUDLl&UUD IN CHICAGO, the ncwa and commercial center of ell wect of the Allegheny Mountulnn, and ia better adapted to th leeda of the p'orlc cf that section than any paper farther Bast, It Ie In accord Aitli the people of the West both In Politics nua Literature. Pleane remember thnt tho pries of The Weekly Inter Ocean IS ONLY ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Address ho onltnly wntclieil tho work es reparation, whith was coming ou apaee. At 2 o'clock his wifo brought him his luncheon. At 0 his bou caiuo to kin him goodby, nnd that evening he eat it sail ngniu, nftor having Men the Icnvo Treiwrt for Knglund. Tho following Suturday, after a JN-fc- 1 1W IffiiJJJ IIa-din- so many newspaper men are skeptics. One of tlie greatest trials of the newspaper profession is that its members are compelled to see more of the shams of the world than any other profession. Tluough every newspaper j fice passes day after dav all the wicked- ntss of the world, all chinch bickerings, .ill vai ties that want to be and all the mistakes that want to be corrected all the dull speakers who want to 1. tloquent, all the it res mi ii tss ill v . to noticed gr.Uts in us ei tu.i.ilcol uu i and CERTAIN CURE known for IDywars as tho BES".' REMEDY FOR PILES. co riptn4 niciuuDsos amicus st. torn. THE INTER OCEAN, Chicago. n I'or if I.o we will Re-publican You can got Tlio Inter-Oceaand The ivHPUULiOAK.both one year for One Dollar cents. We will send you and Tent y-fl- vo 1 yea are, yea eheaM be MeesefsM send you Tho with gt THE AMKRICArl PKOTKCTIVI TARirr LKMUI. w. aaatT., aiiwTMB, Cut IU aeKee in rw teiaaa,aaaia4ieaalBaaa et tmi U I W UMi , and I l Farm ho,,, .mo Home and both one year. i The Republican and the the Toledo Jifade . , yc, stj:oS03Rli:oei FORffe T11E REPUBLICAN