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AM .1 A fl vyJ-J- L JL1 I The IfiEPtfHMOAir and ()urier: Journal hotli one year for only $1.75. TERMS-I- Publisher, 0? IBB PARTY IK THE FOURTH C0WBES310KAL CISTR1CT. MS Per Annum, In Aimti, VOL. VI. HARTFORD, KY., HUD AY, FEBRUARY 2, 1891. NO. 27. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Moth need .i powerful nourishment in Food when nursing babies or they arc apt to suffer from Emaciation. that each of these ten cartridges lias the force of " "Don't take tliem out!" I yelled, nlirinklng r.3 far away from lilm as ponslblo. "Of course, sir, but thoro is no occasion .for alarm. I've been handling (lynnmlto in'all shapes and forms for this lost fifteen years nnd never bnd You must hnvo an accident. to explode one of tliCGe, sir, and who's going to tap this one with a hammer, or fire it out of the window against a rock'?" "Hut be careful not to drop it on tho floor. , Ugh! Is there any more con-ciivil- Scott's Emulsloe r F Oil, with hypophosphitcs of lime and of Cod-live- r soda, nourishes mothers speedily back to health and makes their babies fat and chubby. Physicians, the world over, endorse it. of Babies nro novcr healthy when thin. Tlioy ought lo bo fat. It Is palntablo Babies cry Tor SCOTT'S EMULSION. and easy lo assimilate -- & Prepared by Scott & Bowno, N. Y. Druggists tm tell It. mifsg rnT ttmrnmrnmeam tmMautvvwz v. Cotton Bait j&oute Louis Southwestern Uy.) (St. Tin; nv n. vknaiim:. Arkansas, Texas' THE ONLY LINK Willi through Cnr Svrvicc Irom TO muring to -- mv ... I Tlic weary teacher sat alone Whlc tu Might Kat lteied on ; And not a found w.is hoard around The boys and gills nro onf. The wcaty teacher sat alone, Unnerved and jink was he; Ilowcd 'nenth n yoke of care he spoke In sad Mililoipiy. Another round, another round Of labor thown away, Another chain of toil and pain Dragged through n Udius day. No change ol Cur to OK INTKUMKIHTK POINTS. "Of no avail is constant zeal, - Love's sacrifice is lost. The hopes of morn, so golden, luin, UA Had, evening into dross. .,,.,1 I. .1.. . . Currying V.1NH HIT IIIIIII1UII f'....l.,.o ! diiiMtiffr nM n lnrn'ti liflfl ."''"" w ,.,...... ....... 1'iilltiiiui Sleeper raverting me . Mv streiiutli my life, mv all; finest funning, grazing mill timber The seeds 1 mw i.l'uccr grow, " w l,lcv mil l"-s1luuds. And ic idling the most pro- porous towns mill citicd in the He sighed, and low upon his hand His aching brow he pressed; And o'erhis frame ere long there e.iiuc ' A soothing .sense of rest. Yoilding Am, tlien ho ,:fte(1 ,, ,lU fncCi KAKMING LANDS. nlitiniltiiuly nil the ccrcaN, corn nml IJutstaited luck agnst cotton, nnd especially adapted to tho The room by .strange and sudden change. cultivation ol small iruus aim enny Assumed proportions vast vegetaliles. (SHAKING LANDS. Afibr.ling It seemed a Senate Hall, and one Addrcsscl a listening throng; excellent pasturiigc during almost tho IJach buttling word nil bosoms stii red, Applause rose loul an 1 lo:ig. entire year, and comparatively close to the great markets. Tlic'wildured teacher thought he knew TLMllER LANDS. Covered with The speaker's voice and loo', almost itiexhniiMihle furcM ol yellow "And for his name." said he, "the same pine, cypress and the hard woods Is in my record book." common to Aikaii'iis ami Eastern dissolved, The stalely Senate-hal- l Tex n h. A church rose in its pi ice. Ciin lie procured on roiif nimble and Wherein there stood a man ol Cm !, Dispensing words of grace. advantageous termi. tone And though lie spoke in bok-uiAnd though his Inir was gny, All llnrx coiiihtI nlll. nml Imwdck- The teacher's thought w.is strangely I'lHOII o.ilp tin III" wrought; "I whipped that bjy 'I'wz-- 1 T, v fPllV4J 1 '' Great Soutl).west. - ' it, blr. There's twelve men of us, and I giiLUfl we could scare up about a hundred cartridges like these if you wanted to sec them." "No! No! I'll bo tlmnkful enough if I get clear of your ten without being blovn through tho roof. How much roc!:, fer instance, would one. of these cartridges bring down?" "How much rock? Well, that would bo according to the lay of tilings. If it was a cliff, with n goodly overhang to it, and this cartridge was placed just right, tho downfall would be enough to build 11 fine, largo warehouse with a few carloads of small pieces left over for muking pavement. If it was plumb up and down cliff without any scams or crevices, and the stone was Lard and tough, a fow pieces weighing 200 pounds or so would bo all you could reasonably expect. It's beautiful stuff, sir, beautiful, and tho man who invented it was a genius." "Hut you are digging your own I shouted, as heels into that bag! boots ho moved his around without the slightest care. "Go I was, sir, but as long as there was no explosion no harm has Ijoen done. It's agin the lav; to throw dynamite cartridges from a cnr window or I'd give you an exhibition worth seeing. Tho good old days necm to have passed away." "What do you mean by the good old days?" "Why, the time when one could fling dno of these things out of tho wiutloiv and make a hole in a ledge largo enough for the den of a bear.- - What brought out a law agin it win tho mistake made by a d He threw a man. cartridge nt a ledge which ho was all of thirty feet away, while it wasn't actually over eight. The iv.ult was that a piece of rock pounds hundred weighing 0110 struck the first passenger" coach, smashed its way in, and I believe a l.ian mid lis wife were killed. They Jim in jail for a year, and had p-evcryliody cussed hi3 eyes instead of feeling sorry that they had deceived 1iirn? TlliilTT why t'lfey' passwV'tho law, sir, uud I'm afraid the good old days will never return. This can no longer bo called tho land of 11 the stuff "Quite In this ear?" tidy bit of j j hob-naile- d near-sighte- sup-poie- d Cotton Belt Route Ak your in arc n tu'difc, I ieket Ag' nt lnr niiil utile to nny of the following lor nil information you may desire concerning the trip to the Great Southwest. The church, a phuntasin, sopiij vanished r.cen people killed by the I said as he stuff, I suppose?" pluved with cartridge us if it were a liberty." "You've maps time clc, R. T.G.MATTHEWS, Dis't I'afs. Agt., Lmiisqille, Ky. G. 1'. &Tkt. E. W.LaBEAUME. Ag., St. Louis, J. A. EDSON, Mo. Gen'l Siiit., Ti'Xiirkiuiu, Tox. JOHN ECHOLS, ST. JOHN BOYI Itciictvers. C. 0. & S. W. R. R. -- (The Mississippi Valley Kouto.) TO- LOUISVILLE. EVAHSVILLE. CIN. ANDALLPOINS EAST. TO Memphis, Vicksburg, Np.w Or- - AND ALL POINTS SOUTH. St. Chicago, Cairo, Louis, NORTH AND ALL POINTS AND WEST. Connecting nt Memphis with through trains to all points in Arkansas and Texas Rates, Tickets, and all information to will bo furnished on application your nearest ticket agent. bali. "Well, onct a piece of rock weighing two hundred and fifty pounds scraped my cap off as it flew along "My idlest lad," the tc.ioher'said, to strike my partner in the breast, Filled with a new surpri e but 1 didn't exactly see liltn die, you "Shall I behold his name eti rolled know. lie died oh, yes. The foreAmong the great and wise?" man said that if poor Ned had been The vision of a cottage home struck by the Pittsburgh city hall The teacher no.v descried; ho couldn't have died any faster nor A mother's lace illumed the plati been in woruo shape to gather up. Her influence sanctified. As to ubout a dozen others, I've seen 'em standing on a particular "A miracle! a miracle! s5ot, been knocked down myself by This matron, well I know, the concunr.ion, nnd reached my feet Was but a wild and careless child, Not li ilf an hour ao. again' to find a holo in the ground broad enough and deep enough to "And when she to her childi en speaks bury a span of horses in. The perOf duty's golden rule, I can't say sons had vanished. Her lips repeat in accents Sweet, whether they went up or down, My words to her nt school." though wo sometimes did find eviThe scene was changed again and lo, dences ir. the treetops to show that rude and old; The sJiool-house- , they mostly went up." Upon the wall did darkness fall, "How horriblo to be wiped off tho The evening air was cold. ' fnco of tho earth in that manner!" "Well, it's luller than being "A dieain!" the sleeper, waking said, Then piccd ntoiijr.lhc floor, smothered In a coal mine or run over And, whistled slow nn'l soft and low, by a train of cars. Did you ever sec door. He locked the school-hous- e the. big holo in tho ground over at Tox Hill?" was full ' And walking home, his heatt "No." Of pence aid trust and praise: "That's a plaeo worth seeing, sir. And singing slow and soft and low, There wero fourteen miners in the Said, "After many days ,' party, I beliovo. They were carrytV" ing n lot of dynamite and sat down IUNDLING THE STUFF. to rest and smoke. One of them built a fire to roast some chestnuts nnd it is supposed a stick of dynala A Trovolor'o Esporlonoo on a mite camo in contact with it." Railroad. What s iw the tuichar thou? In classic gloom of alcoven roam An author plied his pen. iM Ponu-sylvnu- T. B. LYNCH, G. P. A., Douisville. Ky. tin rniiml nynnmlln Cnrttlilcc" In tho hmoldne Cnr What Iliipiinirtl lo a Mlnrr YVliu Stuinlilcil and 1VI1. I was winding in nnd out nnion,j tho hills of Peunsylvnnin on n WHEHYouirfolWENSBORO train when seized with a o to smoke. Tho umokin' car tho windows ten miles away, and CALL ON was an ordinary 0110, nnd about peoplo reached tho spot to find a d with men in blouse and hole in tho ground twenty-on- o foot overalls, smoking clay pipes. Whqi long, r.i.Uvn feet deep nnd fourteen I selected a seat I found a leather foot wide." bag on tho floor and gently kicked "The grave of all!" ljeXOXOtXJL.IaX333, TUB of tho way. It moved In a It out "Well, hardly. Thero was no For the finest ami Most Arthlit Wr, gnuljinK way and I nit down and need of a grave. I beliovo they put my feet on it. I bnd smoked any site or ityle. FteJeriea St. , Wttoem my cltar about half up when 0110 of found somo fragments half a mllo away In a tree top, but not enough 6m37 tho minors, hnvlng finished Ills' pipe, worth burying." 3rd and 4th. knocked tho ashca out, lounged over "And hnvo you no fear of such a meeting of the Hartford to mo, and said; Stated destroyer?" "I wouldn't bear down too hard Lodge, No. 675, lf. & A, Masons, first "Not tho slightest. It's beautiMonday night in each month. All on tho stuff, mister." ful stuff, as I said beforo much brethren, are invited tonttend regular. "Oh! tho bag?" nicer nnd cleaner to handle thnn any V. H. Moork, W. M. "Yes; I wouldn't kick around too other explosive. I was 'taken with IL.Wkinsiikimku, Sec'y. heavy on it." for nwlillc, but tills gunpowder "Got somo tools 111 tboro you aro beats it out of sight. Fond of witnfrald may get broken, eh?" nessing explosions, sir?" "Wo call It dynamite, Blrl" ''No, Indeed, I'm not, and I won't you don't "Great" Scott, man, but to sell the great illustrated Family breathe till you men nro off tho train. (hit." mean to "Penmylvania Newspaper, It ought lo bo against tho law to Good, Best selling paper published. "Yes, It's dynamite," ho ouiotly carry dyiinmlto around iu this live- boys make Irom 50o to 85 every observed, as ho sat down besldo mo Saturday. Bend for free sample nnd reached for tho bay. "I sup-pos- o "Whall Morolawnnglnltl When copy and full particulars to GRIT you've seen it put up In "tho day comes that a poor, honest PUBLISHING CO., Willianisport beforo now? You know how blaster muut go on foot because- ho LbeJJpvq. tJiQi: gjtlmjito VQ uso.'einJ Is obyjieiLto.e.Brri oio.uta fe.w.yj; rail-rond do-sir- "Why supposed?" "riecause thero was nono of tho fourteen left to explain matters, you see. One instant thero wero thirteen men enjoying their pipes about n fire in thowoods whilst tho fourteenth was shoving chestnuts Into tho fire. In the next thero was a boom bang earthquake which rattled C. Theo.Cain, half-fille- WANTED SS"3 say" ear-trldg- P. cents; on namitc" cartridges I shall want to 33 cents; on trousers, r6 leavo tho'country. Somo of us get under shirts, or drawers, from four to off at this next station, whilo tho six cents; pair ol socks one cent; cents, others go a littlo further down tho woman's dress, twenty-siroad." i child's flannel dress, syi cents wo"Wcll.Jjo careful," 1 said as I loft man's or child's stockings, one to two tho smoker and went back to tho cents a pair; broadcloth suit, sscents; rear coach nnd to the last scat in i one yard carpeting, nine cents. These ;7 that. supposiAt thoiiicxt station the train side- figures are based upon the made of tion that nil the cloths nre tracked K) let the express.pass. Four of tho minora got off and started up wool only, bnt if the cloths have a the mountain road iir the direction mixture of cotton or shoddy, then of u quarry. Tho man I had talked these figures would all be less acwith loolfed along the train until lie cording as there is more shoddy and saw my face nt tho window, when lie lohs wool. held up a cartridge nnd laughed "Would this veiy slight difference and gavo.it toss in tho air. When in the cost of free wool clothing inugaln his threo com: he started panionn wero many rods in advance. duce the people to buy so much more A dozen of us were watching him as as to cause 'great factories to spring ho broko into a trot to overtake them. up like magic, employing increased IIo wasn'.t one hundred feet from workmen enough to consume the tho train when hc'stumblcd and fell extra amount of products which farmthero was a puff of flainc and ers, driveli'by free wool out of sheep-raisin;mokc t5?j caiwvindows nliivorod would'havc to grow to replace into atoms a deafening crash, and the losses caussd by the annihilation ahead of mo the man in the of sheep and wool industries? Would called out: the small saving on woolen clothing ''That's dynamite, surd" Everybody went up to look at tho be any compensation for the millions spot. There was a hole in tho of loss that would accrue to the counground deep enough to take in a try by the destruction of 45,000,000 hogshead, a lot of twisted roots sheep and their product, which now from tho nearest trees, chips and give employment to hundreds of splinters of stone and fragments of thousands? Texas alone has more flesh, cloth and leather. Nothing than 100,000 engaged in sheep inmore the miner had vanished off tho face of tho earth. Detroit Free dustries. Would free wool enable our manufacturers to export large quantiPress. ties of cloth to sell in markets where Pessimisms. they would come in competition with Gossip is the sugar of old women's those nations who have not only free wool, but low wages?" tea. All sour grapes are not out of Hon. George W. Owens, formerly a reach. Representative iu Congress from a Vice is a spongo which sucks in Pennsylvania District, sent a comhonor and gives out tears. munication on this subject to the The man who fears being taken at his true value is always on the alert Ways and Means Committee some weeks ago, which discusses the same for nlights. Humility Is not necessarily a topic, and shows up the fallacy of the virtue. Tho violet would smell just free trade position. Mr. Owcus is a farmer. He takes the position that a ai sweet c:i a tree. A brigadier general in petticoats retention of the duty on imported and an old maid in pants nro two wools is necessary, because the Amerthings to bo avoided. ican farmer cannot possibly pay AmerThe tears wo shed for others nro and'eom-pet- e mellowed by inward congratulation; ican wages to his farm help successfully with the wool kings those shed for ourselves are brine. The old man who lias forgotten of Australia, Argentina and South that he ever was a boy is but n living Africa, where wages are nominal, and tombstone to his buried youth. where a warmer climate, giving pasA broken pitcher at a fountain ture throughout H'c year, renders may bo toucliiugly symbolical, but wool production so cheap. Mr. it is not so suggestive as a broken Owens says: whisky bottle in an alloy. Judge. "Hvery otic knows that a good, neat, suit of clothes can be Mush Lt..xr. bought for about $12, and a warm Little children sometimes find it heavy, coarse, suit of clothes hnrd to understand that anyone for $7 and less. has had an existence beforo thc3, "I just this moment weighed a fine tho little ones, wore in tho world. diagonal wool suit, also 'a coarse wool Two girls,.caeli seven, years. oJd (coat, pants and vest,) and "they were swinging on tho gate beforo suit weighed five and six pounds respectof them. the bouso of one "We've lived in our house," said ively, Now, the protection the wool the little girl who was tho visitor, grower now has in each of these suits "ever since before I was born." amounts to 60 or 70 cents. A mer"That's nothing," answered the chant might lay down two suits of littlo girl who was at homo; "I've clothes 'before a customer, and say lived in this house fifteen years!" that one was worth $:6 and $16.75, Youjhjs Coiiyiaiiioih and we might defy any member of To grow old gracefully, one must Congress or any one- to tell which suit had the greater value, the differlive temperately, calmly, methodically; be interested in all that is going on ence is so little. It might be the in the world; be cheerful, happy, and make or the lining, or it might not contented, and above all, keep the be there at all. Clothing is reasonablood pure and vigorous by the use bly cheap, and no one is complaining of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Be sure you of the price. get Ayer's. "I have now before tuc bills of sale of wool made from 1886 to 1892 lor Tito Wool." unwashed clothing and combing wool TOMU'O iiladi:. at from 26 to 28 cents per pound. The That excellent journal, the Rural same quality of wool will not New Yorker, has been carrying 011 a net more than 15 to 16 cents per discussion in its columns on the. rela- pound. In fact, my merchant intion of the farmets to the tariff, which forms me that it is dull even at those has developed some very interesting figures. facts. One of these is the refutation "Yet we are advised to keep our of the contention of the free traders sheep. Why should we do so? Sheep, that "free raw materials" arc a neceswhich in former years brought from sity for the American manufacturer, $3 to $ per head on the farm, are in order that he mny "compete in the now dull at $2, and they are not sold Take wool markets of the world." to farmers. They are sent to market for an illustration. The free traders and slaughtered. And when this dehave made it free iu the Wilson Bill, struction is complete the consumer on the plea that it benefits the manwill pay dearly for foreign-mad- e ufacturers of cloths. The duty placed' clothing. But the advocates of free on the finer grades of wool by the wool sny that our manufacturers must Bill is 11 cents a pound. An have free raw material. What is raw ordinary business suit weighs about material? That which is raw matesix pounds, including linings, trim- rial to one is the finished product to mings, buttons, etc. But counting another. It would perhaps be safe to these as all wool, and admitting for define itas any commodity that comes the fake ol argument that the duty is to us from nature's God without any laid by the man who buys the suit labor in it. (which is by no means true,) and yet "But is wool of this character? Did the tariff raises the price of the suit you ever take care of a flock of sheep, only 66 cents! The Rural discusses protect them from dogs nnd other enthis point as follows: emies, herd and feed them, .assist a "Allowing the price of labor and new-borlamb on n cold winter the price of linings, trimmings and morning to take its first nourishment the mateiials that go to make up the from an indifferent, stubborn mother? finished suit or garments to remain ef Congress has done unchanged, how much is free wool lf any member this work, lie will conclude that wool going to cheapen woolen clothing? A is not so very "raw material." laboring uianoiiceanswercd thisques-tio- n The lacts stated in these two exanother from by saying tracts destroy the fallacious theory of two to three dollars. A man who the free traders that free wool is necdolseventy-fiv- e wore a broad-clotThe thought free wool would re- essary to low priced clothing. lar suit alduce the cost oi hls'finc suit fifteen to cost of wool as a raw material is most entirely labor; and hence the twenty dollars. I have found that many have as vague, indefinite .and wool duties nre for the protection of The incorrect ideas of the nffect of free labor, and should be retained, inndvnutngc of the consumer of clothwool upon prices as these answers dicate. Now, what nre the facts? The ing is a purely theoretical one, and duty upon merliia cloth for clothing, free wool simply means another blow dress goods, underwear nnd hosiery at'American agriculture, which is is eleven cents per pound, and upon badly enough off ns mntters stand nK coarser wools for carpets, six to seven leady. Besides, whnt will be the recents pet pound. Now, with these sult of leaving our farmers nt the facts before us, how much would the mercy of the wool kings of South prices be changed or cheapened? Let America, Australia nnd Africa? Just me put it down, as seeing the figures this: As soon ns they hnve secured is often convincing where words fail. I'unuui ui uui mutivt-t- , ...... Taking the weights given above, the our wool raising industry, up will go difference on a heavy winter suit prices, and we shall be nt their mercy would be fiotf cents; on ulightersuit; for our "raw materials." x g, all-woall-woto-da- y n one-half; h I a CAPTURING How It Va3 A s&j&ssm Baking rowaer PROFESSIONAL QARD. N. ASSSLUTELY PURE GLENN & WEDDING, Selllck. Hunter Selllck has for several years been tho possessor of two fine HARTFORD, KY.. cow moose, and his great ambition (Oflice, OTf r Anderson's Bftuuir.) has been to go into tho Will practico their profession injill business. Ycar. after .year ho lias endeavored ' to capture a inalo the courts of Ohio nnd adjoining counSpecial moose, but up to this winter failed. ties, and court of Appeals. MOOSE. Accomplished by Hunter DULL Jim. (llrnn, J.N. It. Wrddlni-- . LAWYERS, moose-raisin- g Somo tiino ago ho left Moncton for tho forest country lying between tho head watcra of the Toblguo and Mirnmichi rivers. For days his search was unavailing, until one day, about thirty miles from any settlement and in tho heart of the forest, ho sighted tho object of his search. It wan n magnificent specimen, nearly six feet Aigli. At this season its antlers had been shed, but tho new ones wero already jutting forth. Tho dogs were sot to nipping tho mooso in the rear, driving it toward a tree. Rollick, creeping round, suddenly threw Ills lasso over tho animal's head, twisted tho ropo around a tree and had the moose a attention given to criminal practice nnd collections. llAnTFORI), KY. Will practice his profession in Ohio aud ndjoiiiin? counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office east. side of public square. E.D.OUFKV. cSS H. D.RINGO mm y it it 1 Tarries uftw. Sraltli, i' attorneys rrrrs IKing-. , t Jaw, Vn a prisoner. nil courts of Ohio Will practice It is comparatively easy for a suc- and adjoining in counties, Superior cessful hunter to bring homo a dead' ColCourt and Court of Appeals. moose, but it is not so easy with a lections and nil legal business attendlive one. It took five weeks, climb- ed to. Office 329 E. Market St. ing over tho hills, wading tho morasses or fording the rivers which E. R. WEDDING, marked tho thirty milea' distance between the sceno of tho capture and . the first settlement. Tho hunter at times had to employ a catamaran to Beaver Dam, Ky. cross tho streams, the mooso swimWill practico his profession in all ming behind. Finally ho reached tho courts of Ohio nnd adjoining the Intercolonial, took a box car, comities. Also Notary Public. which was just high enough for tho moose, and brought his prizo to Moneton. M. Y. Journal. M. HSAVfUN. Attorney at Law, CHAPLAIN OF THE HOUSE. Something About tho Youn Man Re. centiy Elected to This Office. Rev. Edward B. Bagby, who was recently elected to bo chaplain of tho bouso in plaeo of Rev. S. W. Haddaway, who died after a brief occupation of tho ofilec, is a very young man to occupy so conspic-u--oua position, though Rev. W. IT. Milbunl, tho blind chaplain of tho senate, 11 as chosen chaplain of the house when but twenty-tw- o years of ago. .Rev. Mr. Bagby was born s HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in all the Courts of Ohio nnd adjoining ls. counties, nnd iu the Court ot Specinl attention given to collections. Office, in Coubly Attor uej's office, iu Court House. Ap-pen- Lawy eR Perry Westerfield, I. 20, 1$Gj, in King Queen county, Va., so that ho U September and but Attorney at Law. Beaveh Dam, Ky. IIo littlo more than twenty-eight- . was reared in Richmond, obtained ills education at Aberdeen academy, tho Kentucky university and tho Yalo divinity school. This young Virginian, enlisted iu Christian work as n representative of tho of the Disciples of Christ, found his first charge along the line of tho Chesapeake & Ohio railroad, ministeriug to the peoplo "of Ronce-vcrte, a. & vsa 1m FSg Forgo and Sinks Grove. From theso littlo churches in theso to'wns lie went to Newport News to preach, until lio beenmo engaged in evangelistic work among many churches, which ho visited to conduct revivals. In April, 1891, tho Vermont Avenue Chris"tinn church, Washington, built a chapel on Capitol Hill, and called upon Rev. Mr. Bagby to conduct a revival meeting to awaken interest iu tho undertaking. At that meeting about 0110 hundred converts wero added to tho church, and the interest aroused has been so maintained under tho ministrations of tho young pastor Clifton church numbers, with two and one-ha- lf years of existence, more than four hundred membera, including a very large body of active Christian Eudcuvorers. Mr. Bagby is tall, dark, slight and beardless. Hcdoos not wear clothes of ministerial cut, and ho docs not wiar a white tie. His voico is soft and smooth, and ho uses it without dramatic effort In prayers of tho simplest character, nouoof which aro long. Hnrper's Weekly. Southern Railroad Building. Tho financial depression has not hud a very decided effect on railroad construction in tho south. Tho total number of miles of railway built in this section since tho 1st of last January, 1893, is only miles less than was built during all of last year. The total now inileago in the south for this year, up to December 1, was 1,112 miles. Texas lends with 2KS miles, Florida comes a closo second with 208 miles and Georgia is third with 171 mllco. Atfifty-soven ? DENTIST, OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Is prepared to do all kinds of Dental work at roasonnblo prices. 3d CAXJj ON ths that the Ninth Street Christian r Start - w .Til Leading Photographer. Picture. In frery Stle and Site. Sr01d Pictures Copied nnd Enlarged A SPECIALTY. Main Street. 108. 37wiG 0 WENHBORO, KY l.OUISVIM.K.Nr. I.UUIS Lo.hiilh. St, 4 TEX. R.R . Lnii u liUij BCHHDtll.K IN KFHKCT WEST I10UNO. Lv. I.ouUrllle West Point Uramlenlju Irvingtou epliensport Clavcrpott Hftwtavllle tf Lrwltport.,, Owennlro... gpottantlc Ar. lie nJron EAST HOUND. Uillft.'m. 10:10 p.m. IliMa.m. 10.Mp.rn. 12: 16 . m. Hill p. ra. Ml p. m. ll.M p. ra. 1:21 NOV. I, 1891. No, S3, Ko.Al, Dally. Dally. 7:43 a. in. 6.25 p. m. 8:11ft. m. 7;C0 p.m. 0:17 ft. m. 8:07 p. m. 0:4 ft. m. 8 37 p.m. 1U:X) a. pi. 0:21 p. m. 10.11 a.m. 9:lp. m. p. n. 12:20 ft. m. lanta Journal. In a recent address to the graduates I.t. He mlvrson 8potU?ille of a business college, OiU'iiC'orc. I.rwhort T... Harrison gave this piece of advice: HasTille Clowrport "Settle it now as an inflexible purStf phf nport pose, that you will never, for u. moIrvlnRton llrandcnburg ment, use for jour own purpose one West Point cent of another man's money in your Ar. Loulitllle keeping without his knowledge and Trains No. 81 anil No. 82 mkeconiiicloa a trains on Louliconsent.howcver desperate your need, Jrvlngton (Sumlijr axceptrU) withR. It., cast aoj HarJInstiirr t Wentrrn to tllle, bouml. For furthf r Information, address or however certain it may seem went 11. C, MORtlUK, Umi. rvr Ag't. you that you can speedily teturii the Ko.M, Daily Italljr. 7:13 a. m. 3:. Up. m. 737 a. m. 337 p. m. 8.27 a. m. 1:25 p. m. IMC) a.m. 6.05 p. m 0.3.1 a.m. l:H)p, lu 01 a. m. 2:67 p. m. 10.2 a. m. 8:19 p. m. Utfi a. m, 7:05 p, ra. 11:29 a. m. 7:31 p. m. 106 p. m. 8.05 p. m, 1:00 p. in. 0:05 p. m. Wo. Si, 1 money." . ;,- I.mittTllle, Ky. - 'till ' "II - " ,"1G lum Iriulo uuirk Itvown Jt'un Hitters. ooduIm wl (mewl reJ How 00 wrapper. AtlarU,Oa.OUlco KM. WhHMPH mmombmirslwooixIIK I ' c f -- jB Hj !' Uf jjjy 1A ,' ,Jrf; '..' m.i ''-t f r . tw . -- r u""' "'' i .:.;iiiitai-ii i"J-- v ' 7'"7 " - Li-Mjjf- ,' Hartford Republican rUBMflllKD KVl'.HY Spcoial Noticol Wc have just perflated arrange meats whereby wo can furnish The Louisville Ri l'UM.icAK and tho Weekly Commercial both year tlio ol for prico The H l'KIDAY MOItNIXQ. m W 2 H JO. n. IKMir.ltN, tMltor mill Proprietor 2, o A 0 o 0 (3 V i A H 91 i 4 0 01 H A 0 8 Pi alone, $1.25. Reoidei bo ing one of tho best and most rcliablo ANNOUNCEMENTS. papers published, Tho Commercial ou Assi:ssitt, contains the political cartoons of that Wit AUK AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE great artist, Mr. Qcorgf Kerr, which Dee r. Mawm As a candidate for Assessor of Ohio in tbcniselres aro worth tho price county, subject to the action of the charged for both papers, Democratic party. It' 7011 want tho news of Ohio conn Wn auk authorized to announce ty and the rest of tho world every John M. Leach As a candidate for Assessor of Ohio county, subject to the nction of the week, subscribe for Tlio Hartford Democratic party. Republican and cither the Louisville Commercial, Tho 2skw York Tribune Wl'AIUS AUTHOItlZKl) TO 1NNOUKCB N. (J. Darux or the Chicago Inter-Ocea- n for only As a candidate for the office ol AssesSI. 25. Subscribe nt once. sor of Ohio county, subject to the action of the Republican party. Harti-orCollege is enjoying the Vr. AUI5.AUTHORI7.nD TO ANNOUNCE most prosperous year in its history. G. Davis Royai. As a candidate for the office of Asseslr it was proper to 'krrest Corbett sor of Ohio county, subjecs to the nc- and Mitchell immediately nfter the tion of the Republican party. fight why would it not havo been proper to arret theni hofoie or durvon jAii.oit. Wis Ann authorized to announce ing the fight? Shame upon men who have uo more respect for their oaths J. K. AsmiY As a candidate for the office of Jailor of office. of Ohio county, subject to the action g"", .TTM of the Republican party anil the will In a letter to Mr. W. II. Griflin, of the people. Congressman Montgomery says that Wit ARK AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE bo will do all in his power to secure John W. Black an appropriation for Rough River, As a candidate for the office of Jailor and speaks hopefully of the matter, of Ohio county, subject to the action Willi slack-wate- r navigation on Rough of the Republican party. River, Hartford can snap her finger Wl! ARK AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE at tho railroads. Jo. n. SANDERPUR As a candidate for the office of Jailor In order to bo up with tho county of Ohio county, subject to the action of the Republican party. campaign and the county news gen. erally you should have Tin: Repuh-1.Wn are authorized to anxouhce can, and in order to be up with II. D. Smith As a candidate for Jailor of Ohio coun- State nnd National news and the ty, subject to the action of the Re- Congressional race this year and the publican party. State Campaign next year, you should We Aiti: AUTiioni7.ni tc announce have The Louisville Weekly CommerGeo. W. TiLLFonn cial. You get both for SI. 25. As a candidate for the office of Jailor ol Ohio countv, subject to the action A year ago Texas disgraced the of the Republican party. South and the age for that matter by We are authorized to announce the Paris mob and lynching, nnd now XV. II. Lyons a Florida Judge repeats tlio shame by As a candidate for the office of Jailer of Ohio county, subject to the action tying the hands of the Governor and throttling the law long enough for of the Republican party. two beings to determine which is the Wl! ARi: AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE more vicious and powerful beast. J. M. Caseiuer As a candidate for the office of Jailor Judge Call deliberately took the of Ohio county, subject to the action Slate authority out of the hands of of the Democratic party. the Governor and delivered it over We are authorized to announce to the hoodlums. Friday, Fkiiruary 1894. the efficient management of Miss Sal-li- e Terry and J. A. Payne, is prog ressing nicely. This promises to be one of the most successful schools ever taught at Shott Creek. Mr. Jack Wellcr, of Ohio county, nnd Miss Mollie Spurtier, of Concord, were married at Spurrier's Chapel last Sunday evening, in the presence of a large number of friends. Miss Spurrier is one of Grayson county's most successful teachers, while Mr. Wellcr is one of Ohio county's most successful farmers and teachers. May the Omnipotent Ruler of the Universe guide them amid sunshine and boweis along bright paths, while going down the hill of lile. Misses Delia and May Lahue visited relatives in the Sinks last week. Candidates are so thick that you can't throw a stone at a dog without hitting one. The Republican party of Grayson county has reached one of the most important periods in its history since the war, with the Grayson Hagleasits banner and harmony nnd unity in its raijks, the Republican party will "turn the lascals out," nnd then right will triumph over wrong, nnd theic will be a chance to undo the rotten devices by which this county's government is carried on. Yes, the rings and the cliques will be turned down nnd clean, honest men put in office. On looking over the Hartford Herald I noticed an article from Reck-por- t, PttOM KANSAS Coiucn mi Ohio i'tnitity'n liiirrritliiK l.tttrr, NrnrliiK llllml Wellington, Kan., Jn. a(5, 1894. Kditor Rehjulican: It does my heart good to see that at least two of Denver Dam's good citizens have come out on the sidcof right and hnvc said in sentiment, if not in words, "let others do as they may, but as for us, wc are determined to stnnd lor law, order and the best interests of society," 'ind x hope there are many mote of the good citizens, not only of Dcaver Dam, but of the entire county, that are It is a fact that the good people of Ohio county have spoken in regard to this nelarious traffic and their voices gave forth no uncertain sound, and yet, despite this fact, there arc men so degraded and so devoid of self re spect and respect tor their fellow man, as to still persist in engaging in a business that is not only in direct opposition to the will of the people, but is absolutely a stench and an eyesore to every ttue lady and gentleman. The liquor traffic is a traffic in which no gentleman will engage, even when it is permitted by law, but when the law strictly forbids any one to deal in it, is the man who allows It sold any more of a gentleman than he who dispenses it? I hold that he is not, and a man who has such knowledge comes very near being an accessory after the fact, and ns such I believe that it would severely tax the scruples of a conscientious jury to return a verdict of "not guilty," were he tried before a court of justice, for being such. Dut if such knowledge got the private citizen into such a straight as this, pray, oh, pray, tell me into what kind of a fix will it get the public officer, whose sworn duty it is to enforce the law to the best ol his ability? How does the grand juror, whose solemn and sworn duty it is to investigate these things, ease his conscience when he makes but little or no effort to bring those who violate the law, in this respect, to justice? It is hard to believe that our public officers and grand jurors have any knowledge of the misdoings of those who violate the la.v In Ohio county, but it is harder still to believe that they are altogether ignorant of them when things are in the siate of affairs that "Observer" and the tell us they are in in Heaver' Dam and Hartford. Now, I would like to see others who are interested in the welfare of the count' and in the welfare of society come out with "Observer" and "Well Wisher" and stand for right and see that the officers do their duty and see that those who are violating the law nre speedily brought to justice. Do not be afraid of injuring your reputation by opposing wrongdoing. Let the evil doers know upon which side of the question you stand, and do not give them a chance to twit you by saying that you are afraid to write over your own name. I want to say to "Obseiver" and ' Well Wisher" that I think if they had written over theirown signatures, instead of uom deplumes, they would have accomplished much more. It looks a little like.you weic afraid to come square out and let the people know just where you stand. Why need a man want or wish to write over a 110111 de plume when he has such a cause at stake? I hold that the good of the cause demands that they should write over their own signatures, and that it is an exhibition ol over modesty for them not to do so. We need not be afraid of being accused of writing just merely for the sake of seeing our names in the paper, for such accusations would only come from those who are unfriendly to the cause, and we may rest assured that they will not leave one stone unturned that would tend to defeat the law and the good results to society that from it. Dut, on the other hand, we may be assured that they do not fear any encroachments upon their disgraceful and illegal traffic from the man who either from a sense of modesty or because of policy, writes against the traffic over a nom deplume They will reason, and I think correctly, too, that the man who does not sign his own name to an article in the paper denouncing the "Dlind Tigers" in the strongest terms will hesitate a long time before he will take any legal steps to put an end to their nefarious business, Moreover, I hold that until we are ready as individuals, to do our whole duty nnd nothing but our duty regardless of any and all consequences, wc will not accomplish very much toward exterminating that public nuisance, the "Dlind Tiger." Hut the moment we resolve so to do, and begin and put our resolutions into those who conduct those places where His Satanic Majesty holds high carnival, will conclude that there is a more healthful and congenial clime for them, and will at once set about seeking it. J. L Tavlor. likc-initulepi-pe- ts bus-inessat-fe- 1 II. P. Watts Tm: enterprising people of Beaver Dam are contemplating the erection ot more commodious buildings and the establishment ol a Graded School. C'Ol'M'Y ATTOItM'Y, Foil WE AUE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE This is a step in tho right direction. A-M. L. IlEAVRIN There is no renon whatever why As a candidate for County Attorney r Dam should not have such an of Ohio county, subject to the action institution. When once under way of the Republican party. and completed it will grow and widen WE ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE its influence and patronaje.thus provH J. A. Smith ing both an incalculable benefit and 5 As a candidato for County Attorne of Ohio county, subject to the action an oruament to the town. 'H 0 of the Republican party. At tho October term of the Court u WE AUE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE of Claims nine citizens of the county E. P. Neae from paying poll tax As a candidate for County Attorney were released of Ohio county, subject to the action and nt the January term thirty-o- ne of the Republican party. more, making a total of forty for the WE ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE two sessions. Conservative estimates P. L. Fei.ix place the number of citizens in the As a candidate for County Attorney couuty who aro released from poll 0 of Ohio county, subject to the action tnx at not much less than SCO. Some of the Democratic party. of these men who are released arc dollars. worth several thousand I'OK COr.VTY .1 I'D un. Something is wrong. H We aui: authorized to announce A John I Morton The Courier" Journal of recent date As a candidate for the 0 the office of County Judge ol toOhio contained the following compliment 0 county, subject to the action of the nry notice of Dr. W. B. Hay ward: Republican party. "She scholarly Senator Hay ward, who represents tho famous Elizabeth-towWe am: authorized to announce District, which was the old homo , Dan F. Tracy of Ben Hardin, Gov. Helm nnd Gor. 0 As a candidate for County Judge of Brown, is among tho older members H Ohio county, subject to the action of the Senate, nnd. with the two latH of the Republican party. ter distinguished men advocated Dcin H ocracy on the hustings in the Know-nothin- g We am: authorized to announce Ho is retimes of 1855. J. A. Park garded as among tho ablest meu of for the officeof As a H Judgecandidate county, subject County the Senato It is safe to say that his of Ohio to the constituents made a wise solection." action of the Republican party. Dr. Hay ward na for a number of We are authorized to announce years a citizen of this county where H E. T. Williams he has a bo't of fi lends who nre glad As a candidate for County Judge 0 tc enow he is still maintaining his Ohio county, subject to the action of high reputation for great ability as a the Democratic party. scholar and an orator. 0 the office of Jailer of Ohio county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. As a candidate for Ik-ave- Ky., signed by Suggs In his article he refers to the Democratic party of Kentucky ns having formulated so man' Democratic platforms. Yes, it has planned a great many, in fact, one two many for its own good. It planned that "immortal document" of '92 and it was that selfsame document that has caused factories to be torn down and soup houses erected instead, and in consequence of that, Kentucky planned platforms, upon which thousands of working men arc crying lor work and tens of thousands of wives and children are calling for bread, and yet the grandest declaration a Kenttickian can make is "I am a Democrat." Uy my referring to Suggs' .article don't understand me to be in lavorof I don't beCompulsory Education. lieve there is the slightest chance of a compulsory education bill being passed by the present Legislature. Hut understand me, I don't propose to be educated in Democratic principles. If I can't be educated without the aid of Democratic principles I won't be educated at all, though it does not require much education to be a Democratjust a little nursing with prejucice and fed on rotten principles for a short time and a Democrat will grow up like a weed. Now, Mr. Suggs, we don't think that it will take a compulsory education bill to defeat Watt Jlanlin, but something in the shape of'Geo. W. Denny and when you write another article on education please remember that Democracy and education don't go together. That Suggs may see the error of his way, and that Tm: Rei'L'iu.can may be prosperous, and that the Republicans party of Ohio county may be successful in November are the Young Coon. wishes of a are very sick, and unable to be on Doctor thinks will give .hint nu right in 'Squire Rowe's duty. Miss home country. This is what the Doc15115s and her daughter, Mrs. tor calls carrying the war Into "Afri-co.- " Jessie, were In the city Saturdy. He says the Ccntertowii cotin-ti- y Mrs. McKlroy spent Monday I'Ultt will be for him to a iiinu because daughter, Mrs. Dan McCuiiy, with her it brings a navigable stream to the 01 Fordsville. Mr. Chatles Wade and fntuily aie town, and the Rockport folks will be for it because then they can get to newcomers in our little cit . Master AilhurJohiiMin wl ' ' r. the Muhlenberg saloon without havAltogether it ing to pay ferriage. Mb s Annie, ol Fonisville. nu- - visit will be a great race and will he watching rehtives lino. ed with interest, nmazcmciit nnd per's The carpenters "ii Mr. O W new house had to suspend work haps consternation. on the account ef t ic we I'.ilI. Theie Is a man whose name is no, Mr. Kr..e:,t Hicks ncviel nice no, not Dennis but whose name sliall cooked duck from Lniiisvill- - flttur-da'. lie Nameless, who was very much ofand the ic.isun loi h) tut ting up for l.rcki.isl .'.i..'ay morn- fended nt the first entrance ol the Gossipcr in last week's issue. Now, ing wis nccouiilul fir wliui mi e ' in his room he wai diienv rd si"i ig the writer of this column foigot to ask permission of Mr. Nameless to up in bed eating his duck. The two engines which were su indite those squibs, but he will never He be so negligent of duty again. completely demolished nt Whitesvil'e some time since, hive ben p'Hiel ' might hnvc known Mr. Nameless w mid object he always objects. He up and are on the road again. The patty nt Mr. James Huwnian's, ol jects to taking the county paper, Saturday night, wis quite a success b'it docs not object to borrowing nor and highly enjoyed by aM who were cu'.cisiug it. Hereafter nothing will present. appeal in this column until it has Miss Floience Wright's sdiool, at been read to Mr". Nameless and he 1 Hurk'r, school-housclosed last Tues- marks each item "ok." began day. The afternoon was spent in this column for the express benefit of spelling, speeches, songs and dia- Mr. Nameless and to do his bidding logues. The pupils showed good and to please him and him only, and training and the way they recited re I should be icereaiit to myself if I said flected credit to themselves and teach- - anything tliat (ltd not coincide per er. Miss Wright is a good teachcrM - ctly with the ideas and notions nnd and was offered the school again for wlittus winch have tneir origin or next fall if she would agree to teach. rather their abiding place in the pate Mr. Jerry Tilford, the conductor on of this august critic. m the Fordsville anil Irvington branch, I! I! Willi 111 11. well was in town Sunday to see Jan. 31. Rev. Mitchell, a Presbyhe came to see a friend. terian minister, of McIIenry, preached Mr. Kditor please allow me space at the School Hall Sunday at 11 a. m. to say a few words on a personal mat- Arrangements will probably be made ter. I saw in the Hatlford Herald of for him to preach every fourth Sun-daJanuary 24th an item from Fordsville bearing my nom deplume. Now, whoMiss Dora 15. Gibson lost her ever the Fordsville correspoudunt to pocket-booone day last week. I the Herald may be I ask him politely don't suppose there was very much to please never use my name again as money in it, but ahe offers a liberal I did not borrow norstetl the name reward fot its return to room No. IS, and I would rather no one would use Austin House, corner of First and not think Main. it without my consnt. I the person meant any disrespect for I The Hliud Tiger is suppised to Le me, but l have used this nom deplume dcid or at least it does not require it.s for a number of yeirs. and the public owner's attention, for He npjieirsto have learned to associate tne with the b; permanently located farther up the name where ever it is seen. Hoping street "at, neir to or by" the Post- that I will not be troubled with this office. Kel-leyy, k d-i V A Peculiar Case Porlodlo Attacks of Neuralgia tho Eyes. "C. T. In " t wrlto tu siiy that I have been ft sulloror for nltli neuralgia In tlioejeJ. 'rl'o pal" four yi'.-u- Honil ft Co., Lowell. Miws.l nt nlglit, causing me to mlTer winter ami munmer nllkc. Sometime i month uuM be would Ifll'JO between ipclli, tlc urrutfryscu'ro If I nnt up nt night. I wn n mnnot regular linblH, )cars of nco, nml tropin) eil for tlio past e en ) ears by Heath, Spring! A Co., ell known uivrcluuits ninl bunkers of tills plac Troubled Evory Wook, ' cpodMl' Hood'ss,; ami Cnm.le n. Cures f'.icl1..itlnti liv Uio alimentary canak I bought n mprly ol Hoixl'n Kar taparlllivuseil lour bottle unit believe I nm ....,! " w. a. 1.11M1. ljuicaster.Houtli Cunilliiik .. P.13 mn Uie ..n pctlstaltlcactlonof rrtir QUARTERLY REPORT 01' J.IIU At tho oloso ot Bu8inosa on tho 23d day of Docom bor, 1893. I.o'is .i:.il s UI5SOURCKS. (li&counts, less matter again, lam CountrvJ.w. GOSSIP. Mrs. Frank Leslie very often writes about women and love. Among many of the good things she has written is the following: "A woman withnoone to love her is the most miserable ol creatures. She is unable to do jusShe tice to the best of her nature. either hardens and becomes cold, defiant, bitter and uartow, or she withers nnd languishes like spring flowers in an east wind." There is a certain oung man in town who Is in love with a sweit little lassie of about seventeen suiinnets. and h opposition in the per.son of other young men, for whom he very often "carries cards," and then tries to persuade her not to accept them. 1 sin-cere- st 0 h n 0 0 A roit ciir.VTV 0 We are authorized to'm:ki. announce Wood T ivsley A Tlirrrt EpnrliH In IVilitiriil IINeor.v. IS3J ORDINANCE 01' NULLIFICATION. oi Ormlrnl'Sliiiiy l'olnt Nclionl, elow is the average grade of Stony Point School for the five months, ending January 19, 1894. Grade being made on deportment nnd recitations. Premiums for best grade in their class were awarded to Rosa Carson, Carrie Rowe.Maimee Drown and Minnie Dean. General average: Minnie Dean 99, Rosa Carson 99, Nona Drown 9S, nd Drown 97, Carrie Rowe 97, Clinton Rowe 97, Claude Drown 97, Charlie Carson 97, Prances Southard 97, Dee Drown 97, Nola Goff 97, Kva Drown 96, Myrtle Drown 95, Ora Carson 95, Maimee Drown 95, May Carson 95, Kffie Drown 95, Ona Render 94, Lillic Rowe 94, ZonaGofl 94, Jane GofT94, Arbie Drown 94, Hiram Ren-ne- r 94, Alice Hoskius 94, Otis Drown 93, Yerda Shoulders 93, Matthew Iloskins 93, Orpha Drown 93, Orville Ross 93, Lena Render 92, Melvin Shoulders 92, Myrtie Southard 92, Oscar Drown 92, Clarence Rowe 90. Garfiield Rowe 90, Maude Drown 90, IJrina Rowe 90, John GofT 90, Lee Drown 92, Fred Iloskins 90, Jim GofT 90, Herman Drown 90, Onia Drown 88, Finis Rowe 85. Myrtle Rowe, Teacher. AmW Yoiii- - I'rlcmls. Who have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla what they think of it, nnd the replies will be positively in its favor. Simply what Hood's Sarsaparilla does, that tells the story of its merit. One has been cured of indigestion or dyspepsia, another finds it indispensable for sick headache or billiousness, while others report remaikable cures of scrofula, catarrh, rheumatism, salt rheum, etc. The leading gossips of town say there will be five weddings in ere the flowers bloom in the spring. I know of a few but I am Hart-lord The interest in our Sunday School greatly. New names are added almost every Sunday to the already large enrollment. Mr. Thad Harnard and Miss Hetta Cliiun were married nt the home of the bride's father, Mr. John Cliiun, Tuesday evening at S o'clock. . Mr. Kthel Anderson and family are new residents of our town, occupying the Heaver Dam Hotel. Mr. S. C. Stevens-- ' house is now completed, Mr. Stevens and family nre occupying it Mr. S. M. Dexter has removed to his farm and his residence is now being occupied by Mr. Wesley Stevens. Taylor it Co. ate erecting a bull-din- g for farming implements. ' The Masonic Cindy-pullinwhich was postponed on account of rain, will be given Saturday night, February 3. at the Masonic Hall. Oysters will be served in every style. Kvcrybody is invited a'al expected to be pttsent. is increasing g, lox-.ito Directors . .$68,304.80 Loans to Directois (officers oC.oo . not include 1 iCMi.oo I.o4its in Officers 1.937-3Overdrafts, seemed . . . 437-oOverdrafts, unsecured . . . Due Iroin Nat. Il.tuks 5,066.74 Due from St'e H'ks& li'k'rs 483.28 llaukiiiK house nml lot . . 3000.00 i,34t.f"7 Stocks and llonds . . . . Specie 2,718.78 2,:6o.oo Currency Kxcli.uiKCj; for Clearings . 2,145.59 Other items earned as cash 1,367.49 Furniture and Fixtutcs . . 1,000.00 145-9Tnxes paid . . 1,088.50 Current expenses . . Other assets, dehts in suit 698.54 ... -- 5 5 aU . $93.70'-7- 7 UAllII.ITIHS. Cfip'l stock pu'd in, iue.ish $30,000.00 . Undivided profits 7,418.97 Deposits subjcctoehcckfou which in. is not p.ud . 56,069,79 Due National ltinks . . . 81.63 Due St.ite hanks an lhau'is 131.38 ... $93.7"' .77 SCHOOL NOTI'S. Mr. James Rogers paid our school a call Friday evening. Mr. Tom H.urass, of Taylor Mines, not n gosslper, consequently not say any thing, about them. I will It is a hard matter for a member of the Amalgamated Association of Liars to hold the championship long at a time. Only a lew nights ago, the position was occupied by one capi-bl- e of telliug almost any kind of a lie, but that ever ready liar, J. H. Williams, so far exceeded all former efforts on the part ol the other members that he was awarded the medal of honor. Lee Siniiiierinan was next in the ring, and only missed a prize by all the members going to sleep. Dr. W. Alexander will have opposition in his race for "Kcroner" in the person of Ksqr. W. I. Rowe, of Ccn- entered school here Monday. Mr. Robert Cliiun is a new student class, in the Mr, J. M. Drown, a former student of our school, made us a lengthy call Tuesday. Wanted, by the pupils of the school, a name for Prof. Ray's baby. The school has increased to such an extent that thcbuildiug now occupied to its deis deemed inadequate mands. The citi.eus of our town arc making active preparation to build a commodious house in the near future and the pupils nre jubilant over the thought of occupying new quarters. Hook-keeping Hnrtfoul, Ky., a I). ink located nnd doing business in the town of Hartford, in said county being duly swotn says that the foregoing Report 'is in Ml respects n true statement of the condition of thes.iid Il.mk at the close ef business on the 23d day of Decern-lie- r, 1893, to the best of his knowledge ami hclicl; and futthcr siys that the business of said ll.mk has been transacted at the location tunned, nnd not elsewhere, and tint the above report is made in compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary of St.ite designating the 23d day of December, 1893, as the day on which such report shall hi made. Subscribed and sworn to before me by S.1111 K. Cox the 28th day of December, 1893 O.H.I.iKitxs.C.O.C.O. Sam K. Cox, President, J. J. McIIi:kuy, Director, " John C. Thomas, J. S. County op Ohio. ) Sam K. Cox, President of Hiuk of Statu or Kuntccky, ) P ! t I Culkman, " Q UAJi TERhTlikpORT Ob' TIII5 Bsaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK At tho Closo of Business on 23d day of Docom- bor, 1893. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts, les; loans to Directors . .$54,127.50 Loans to Directors (officers not included . 600.00 Overdrafts, secured . . . 1,41,00 Overdrafts, unsecured . . 568.48 Due from National Hanks 15,750.11 Due from State banks and 108 00 Hankers Banking house nnd lot . . 3,000 00 Specie i,39s-9Currency 5,017.00 Other items carried as cash 50.00 l'urniture ami Fixtures , . 1,500.00 Taxes paid 134.05 Current expenses 1,768.56 Attyi:. "Whereas, The Congress of the b A (3 (8 0 H ? a 0 Pi 0 U h P 0 A b United States by various acts, pur-pting to be acts laying duties and imposts on foreign imports, but in reality, intended for the protection of John XV. Tichenor hath exceeded its manufacturers for County Court just power under tl;e Constitution." As a candidate Clerk, subject to the nction of the Rel86l CONFEDERATE CONSTITUTION. publican party. "Nor sliall any duties or taxes on to announce We are authorized importations from foreign nations be D. M. HocKim laid to promote or foster any branch As a candidate for County Clerk of Ohio county, subject to the action of of industry." the Republican party. 1892 DEMOCRATIC PLATIOUM. "We declare it to be a fundamental principle of the Democratic party that lOll NIII'.ltllT, a Kedetal Government has no constiWe are authorized to announce tutional power to enfojee and collect J. I'. .Stevens tariff duties except for the purpose of As a candidate for Sheriff of Ohio revenue only." county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Ml OUT Mtl'.EK. farmers of this secJan. tion of Grayson county have tnken I'OU .IIAMIkTKATT. advantage of the beautiful weather We are authorized to announce andare advancing rapidly with their C. ClIAMRERI.IAN J. As a candidate for Magistrate in the spring work. Prof. Milton Clark, who has just Hartford Magisterial District, subject to the action of the Republican party. closed a very successfull school at Duff, Ky., will begin a Select School at Concord, Ky., February the 6th. Every Republican owes it to himMisses Grace Morrison and Anna self ami bia party to attend tho Pretwo of Ohio county's most ami Spurrier, cinct Convention on the 21th accomplished young ladies, who have give to tho can so bis counsel and his been visiting friends and relatives for ' vote. the past week, in the Spurrier's ChapDon't leave tho nominations to el and Duff neighborhoods, returned homes nt llaynesville yestercbanco. Republicans, turn out on to their the nomi- day. the 24th anil help to name The Short Creek Academy, under nees. r candidate for County Court Clerk, subject to the action of the Republican party. We are authorized to announce As Hood's Pills are purely vegetable. ' 28.--T- visiting in Owensboro for several days, has returned home. Mr. XV. Staples, of Roseville, is visiting his brother,Tho's Staples. Miss Webb McCarty went to Louiscarville Sunday to visit her sister, Mrs. Woodson. John Kllis, of Whitcsville, was in ad- town this week. Dugal Miller went to Owensboro Thursday. Howard & Ilirtzing shipped a fine car load of shingles from this place m Mrs. Mary Coleman, wife of Mr. J. last week, bringing them the neat W. Coleman, Cromwell, died last little sum of one hundred and seventy Monday of pneumonia. Mrs. Cole- dollars. Reuben Wright, of Fordsville, was man was a good woman, wife, mother in town Tuesday. She will be greatly missand friend. Conductor Dlumnier and engineer ed. The family have the sympathy Drown, on the C. O. & S. W. R. R of the town and community. The Hartford and the Louisville Weekly lie-public- an i)i:.iMiKi.ii, Mr. John Wade is very sick. Mr3 Annie Walker, who has been George Kerr toons, both one year for only $1.25 in vance. Send in your subscription. i I tertowii. 'Squire Rowe is as equally qualified as the Doctor and would make a good official. He, too, not be more than five days getting to the sconces of his labor, but his platform does not contain ns many planks as does the Doctor's. He makes some fair propositions, which, I trust will be accepted. His letter is ns follows: i.ivi:ituoiti:. The snow and ice last week were Centertow'n, Ky., Jan. 26, '94. ' Dear Sir: Please announce tne as highly appreciated by the young a candidate for "Kcroner" in opposi- folks. Skating and coasting was the I will order of the day. The ice was thin tion to Dr. W. Alexander. give him choice of parties and 100 to but several of our citizens had their start 011 and then beat him. icehouses filled, fearing there would W. I. Rowe. not be another freeze. . Dr. Alexander is very much undemeat-hous- e was Dr. Hillsmau's cided in regard to what party to affilburned Wednesday night. iate with but he is determined to Rev. W. II. Drengle filled his apmake the race. 'Squire Rowe is uow engag- pointments Sunday. Prof.and Mrs.Peay wcre"At Home" his making entire in ed cig-arhome-mad- e to their friends Friday evening. crop of tobacco into to be used in his canvass, both AH enjoyed the evening very much. for his own tooth nnd to tickle the It had been nnlicipatod with delight palate of the fickle voter whom he for it is not the first pleasant evening Roxv. seeks. No one who has beheld the we have spent with them. 'Squire holding on by his mouth to the end of one of his own make Handspike Cigars and has noticed the satisfaction and smoke he draws out of it can for a' moment doubt that this new brand will be a great vote catcher. 'Squire Rowe's" great cigar scheme has completely dumfounded the Doctor, nnd he is now at a loss to know what plan to fall upon in furthering his cause. Intimate friends of tke Doctor, however, say that he will stump the county In fnvor of his New bridge scheme. A further plan of his and one he considers n great hit Is a proposition to Ittaii I'oranns have the course of Green Rlvercltaug- -' ire lirol.cn own l.'om oerorkoi lioiuihotf id sn ns to have It run bv Center- - urea iiroivii'n Iron Hitters tyiwm.aiiiiiuKeiiiuirciuuvcicx-lowThis the rciiiumino instead of Rockport. iMir bilc.auauiroi malaria. Uc tlioccuula prom-iseshewi- ll We will send you The Republican and the Toledo Blade both one year for 8L75. ... 7 .... $85.'443-f- LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in, in cash$25, 000. 00 Surplus fund 5,250.00 Undivided profits . , . . 6,312.33 Due Depositors 48,830.36 DucSt'tebanks&St'tcb'k'rs 50.98 $35.443.C7 Do you know you can ge.tThe Hartford Louisville Republican and the Weekly the cartoons of George Kerr, both one year for $125. York-Liverpo- Subscribe at once. n op Kentucky, ) County op Ohio, j ss John II. Barnes, Cashier of Beaver Dam Deposit Bank, a batik located and doing busiiies in the town of Beaver Datu.in'said county.belng duly sworn, says that the foregoing report is in all respects a true statement of the condition of the said batik at the close ot business on the 23d day ol December, 1893, to the best of his knowledge and belief; nnd further says that the business of said bank has been transacted at the location named, nnd not elsewhere; nnd that the above report is made in compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary of State, designating the 23d day of December, 1893, as the day 0:1 which such report shall be made. Subscribed and sworn to before me by John II. Barnes, the 30th day of December, 1893. Siiruiy Taylor, Dep. County Court Clerk. I. P. Baiinard, President. R. P. Hockkr, Director. " Jno. H. Barnes, State f. Ml ftltlniiTiffliV -- .,i " - ,,,,,. TVftfir' Kvcrytliinjr fresh nt Tracy & Soil. Hall wants a few sninll fat hogs. Hall keeps all kinds of fresh meat. Good ilgs for hire, day or illicit, call on C. L. Fields. Remember that C. L. . Field has plenty of feed for next Monday. v " 9 t lfnir Uros. & Co. ate the clothing nidi, If you need School Shoes, see son & Co. Car- A SONG of' gratitude. Blest be the ties that bind 'Plin tir.nrklri n mil cf mn ; " ... Thoy arc so good, wc hnd, We'll advertise ior more. -- I "-ii lJS Since by this means they came, We mean to hold them there, And strive to make our name, Familiar everywhere. TMsis why ihs People Dome c. Btay wiin vs 1W i Courteous treatment. One price to all, Goods the best, Prices the lowest. Do . "STou Wan ! Some of the same kind of treatment? If you do, buy your Dry Goods, Clothing, Bcots and Shoes, &c, from J ! FAIR BROS. & CO Leaders in all lines. t i I j I Hsll keeps the wonderlul Japanese Oil and all kinds of patent medicines. pair 50 Casebier & Hurton always treat your horse right when you leave him at If you want to look well, buy your their stable. They also run 'bus line clothing nt h'air Bros. & Co. to and from Heaver Dam. If you want fresh Groceries, call oil Yesterday's Owensboro Messenger Tracy & Son niul be supplied. contained an account of the horrible Si will buy 25 pounds of New death of a young man by the name of Sugar at Carson & Co's. Hinton, of near Fordsville, who acciA nice line of cakes and crackers dentally shot himself while out hunting. will be found at Tracy & Son. tteuinant .stock ol Cloaks at your The Quarterly Conference begins its own pi ice nt lfnir Uros. & Co. and consession at Liberty Sunday. Rev. E. E. Pale Ucst grade of tobacco cotton for the tinues over is in attendance, leaving the. Mount lea.st money nt h'air Uros. & Co. Herman meeting in charge of Revs . . Leave yourorder with A. K. Carson Heunctt and Perrymin. for Groceries at Car.son & Co. The revival at Mount Herman, near De.sl line ladies fine shoes found in Ilcdn, which has been in progress for II.irtl.nil arjat I'.iir Uro.i, & Co. more than two weeks, isstill growing The best London Layer Unisiu and in interest. Rev. 15. E. Pate is conCalifornia I'ruucs at Tiacy & Son's ducting thcincetingassisted by Revs. J. A. Dennett and Ferryman. Never Horn, to the wife of Mr. Karl in the history of the neighborhood has Glenville, oh the 15th nit., a such a deep work of grace been fine girl. wrought. The crowds gather early Ttade always good at Knlr Uros. & and remain late at the chnrch and no Co. They have the goods at way less than forty-sisouls have been down pi ices. converted. Many of the converts are of middle age. The Good convcyanccsnnd saddle hoiscs old men and men great that on one occafor hire, at reasonable rates at Casebier j interest is so sion after night service a number of & Hurton's. christians met at n private house and In older to close out stock of continued the services until near the Hoots will at and below cost at dawn of day. Carson oc Co. About a month ago ?.Ir. W. F. Good luck in Overcoats. Only a Stevens, of No Creek, advertised in few left. Can buy them for cost at our columns for six head of cattle I'iiir Ilios. oc Co. which had strayed from his place about two months before, and requestI'eas, Beans, Corn, Tomatoes, Peaches and nil kinds of 1'ie.sli Groceries ed information concerning them. In two weeks from the time of the first at Tracy & Son's. insertion of the advertisement he Leave your horse at Casebier & learned the whereabouts of his cattle. Hurton's stnblc for a good fted when They had strayed twenty-fiv- e or thiryou come to Hartford. ty mile3. Mr. Stevens not only reJ. V. l'onl & Co. are putting in covered the six head advertised, but a Standard Case 4 Roller Mills. J. M. two others, also, which he did not Mattiugly isstipcriutcndingthcwoik. know had strayed off. This is only one of many practical illustrations Monday is Court and you will be in pays. If there is town certain, and when you cat a good that advertising you wish the people to dinner, be sure your horse is in Case anything know say it thtough Tin? Uru'un- bier & Hurton's stable. You can buy n nt Car.son & Co. l'nlr Uros. & Co. for mid Shoes. heavy Hoots of Hoots forji Qr-lea- Col-ling- s, ! x I.ICAN. and Granger Atbuckle, Select, went to Howling Green Sunday with a nice lot of horses foi the market. G. V. Mothcrshcad Friday, 1'kiikuary II. C. 1'jcc is the bo 2, 1894. W. II. WILLIAMS I.KADS. If you are thinking of .buying a Steam Thicshcr, Plow, Mowing or Prof. I.ayton Mnddox closed a vefy successful school nt Point Pleasant Reaping Machine or Hay Rake, call on Tracy & Son and get their prices. last Tuesday week. "- - 7, -- i-i Rev. R. A. Crowe went out and Mrs. J. M. Casebier experienced a ' preached to an interesting congregaAll wool suits $S.oo at Fair Uros. severe fall Monday evening, from the tion last Sunday morning at 11 effects of which she is still suffering. &Co. o'clock at the new Schoolhouse Mr. W. II. II. Miller, Stew.utville, two and a half miles cast of town. Fresh apple butter at V. II. Willdied Saturday morning, and was buriams'. Remember that C. R. Martin, the ied at the Smith's burying ground old reliable Jeweler, is still in the & Collins, Hartford's Sunday. Try Stevens ring and is prepaied to furnish you best grocers. Mr. S.J. Hryant is opening up a any kind ol goods in the Jewelry line. Litest styles in Men's Hats at Fair 1 nice little grocery in the Collins prop- Also does fust-clas- s repairing at lowHros. & Co. erty on Market Street. Mr. Hiyantis est prices. Try V. II. Williams for anything an energetic young man deserving of Mr. Charles W. Wedding and Mies success. in the grocery line. I.ula Eskridge, Fordsville, were hiar-ric- d The residence of Mrs. Joel tliui.l yesterday at the home of the Hoys nwl Children's finest suits at ton, near Sulphur Springs, was" de- bride's uncle, Mr. Jo. I. Harder. The Fair Hroi. & Co. fire Monday night. Nothcontracting paities are popular young Fresh Oysters and celery in abund-nticeat- stroyed by ing was saved and Mrs. Hamilton is people and enter upon life with very II. Williams'. left in destitute circumstances. bright prospects. New line of calicoes, ginghams Marriage license: J. W. Iglchcart Mr. Geo. W. Miller, Olaton, has and white goods at Fair Hros. & Co. purchased the Marion Ax ton farm to Miss Minnie M. Addington, Oscar Stevens & Collins keep the cheap- near Harrctt's Ferry and will move S Ashby to Miss Hertie Halls, Thad-dcrt- s Consideration for est and best groceries in town. Try thereto shortly. Harnard to Miss Hertie Chinu, Mr. Axlon will V. C. DafTron to Miss Priscilla them. the farm, $550. Charles W. Wedding to Miss Prof. II. II. Davis closed a very move to the Cherokee Strip. I.ula Eskridge, J. D. Farmer to Miss school at Ccntertown last successful Prof. J. H. Wilson nddresses Miss Etta Lee Wallace. Thursday. Sue Jenkins' school at Hlmwood at its r old sou. Dean, the little Prof. Wilson While in town, call on Stevens & close this evening. Pleas-an- t and see the best stock of gro- taught tkere two years ago and em- of Dr. and Mrs J. C. Hoover, Collins Ridge, died yesterday morning braced this opportunityof meeting his ceries in town. Miss after a continued illness. The burial former pupils and patrons. For Pickles, Kraut, Chow-chow- , Jenkins has had a very pleasant school. will take place at the Hartford CemeHominy, Hcaus, Rice, etc. call on The sortery today at 11 o'clock. A Masonic Supper will be given by Stevens & Collins, rowing parents have the sympathy of the young ladies 01 Heaver Dam at Foh Sam?. A good young horse the Masonic Hall for the benefit of the entire people in their sad bereavement. and one good young work mule. the Lodge on Saturday evening, S. A. Andkhsok, Hartford, Ky. 3. Oysters will be served in Miss I.ula Walker has organized a is headquarters every style. There will nlsobeMusic, class in Shorthand which meets five W. II. Williams' The members nights in the week. lor all kinds of fruits, caadies and Declamations, and an candy-pullinEverybody invited. arc Miss Ruth Coombes, Messrs. L. staple and fancy groceries. Mr. Oscar F. Slaughter, of Horse M. Render. W. G. Hardwick, E. Tra-c- y Mr. C. 1. Westerfield is confined to and S. A. Anderson. Miss Walker reCave, Hart county, was in the city his room nil account of n sprain several days this week. He was an is a fine stenographer and the memat u barn raising recently. ceived old soldier and wasbelore the pension bers of the class are delighted with Price clothing anywhere, then come board here Wednesday. He was Sher- the work. to us and we will give you the same iff of Hart county for four years ntul Mr. Tom Smith, a former resident goods $3 less 011 the suit at Fair is n substantial citizen. He was the of this county, has purchased the Bros. & Co. guest of Mr. U. G. Thomas while Henry Park farm in the Washington R. U. Wedding will begin a Select here. neighborhood, and has moved there School at Rosine Tuesday, February Mr. Thaddeus Harnard and Miss from Hrownsville, Edmonson county. 6th, and continue four months. Paof the 26th 36 at Hertie Chinu were married at the home Mr. Smith was a member tronage solicited. Mr. John Chinu, Kentucky Infantry during the war. of the bride's father, Prof. J. Dcnham Hocker closed his of near Heaver Dam, Tuesday night, He is a Republican, has thirteen children all Republicans, five of whom school at Haynesville last week with Rev. G. J. Hean pronouncing the cerappropriate exercises. He has taught emony. These are two most estima- arc voters. Who said this county an excellent schooh ble young people. Tim Kni'Uiu.CAN wouldn't go Republican in November? joins their many friends in wishing Trof. A, H. Ross closed u successA change has taken place in the them much success and happiness large firm of Caison & Co., Mr. T. J. ful school at Greenbrier, No. ioi,la3t Prof. Ross Is through life. Tuesday a week-agMorton selling his interest to Mr. one of our best teachers, and always What is the matter that wc don't' Thomas Haker, of Beaver Dam. Mr. gives satisfaction. have some new plank walks? The plank Morton severs his connection with walk toward the Water Mill is a dis- the business preparatory to entering Prof. C. M. Crowe opened a Select grace to the town. No one with any College here. He litis made a host of School at Ueda Monday with forty-fiv- e sense of pride can look upon it with- friends who wish him much sucstudents. Prof. Crowe is a very out feeling that he is heartily dis- cess in whatever he may undertake. able and popular teacher, and his gusted. Give the people walks or Mr. Haker is a young man of ability present school promises to be one of quit making them pay taxes. If we and our people heartily welcome him, unusual Interest. have to walk in the mud let us do so In another column will be found ' Prof. Win. Foster will address the without paying so high for the sweet the announcement of Mr. D, M. privilege. people of the Kinderhook neighborHocker, of Fordsville, as a candidate hood, at the Alexander School-housMr. W. II, Lyons, o Fordsville, is for County Clerk, subject to the acThis Is Prof. Foster's old announced this week as a candidate tion of the Republican party. Mr; and he will fuake a good speech. home for Jailer, subject to the action of the Hocker is one of the county's best Every body invited to be present. He is Republican party. He is an excellent and most influential citizens. He serv- a good business man, and is eminentMr. J. L. Rogers closed a good citizen and quite popular. school at Taylor Mines on Wednes- ed a term as Sheriff of Hancock coun- ly qualified to fill the impoitant ofHis fice. He is known throughout a great day. He has been quite successful in ty, giving entire satisfaction. his four years teaching. Prof. E. R. many good qualities not only make portion of the county where he is Ray and Hon. R. P. Hocker address-e- d him a formidable candidate but also justly populnr, having been a successthe people of Taylor Mines on fit him for an efficient discharge of ful teacher for several years, and being renowned for his upright life. the duties of his office. Wednesday night. burlier. Wy-son- g, two-yeaFeb-ruary e, Court .Vole. The next term of the Circuit Court which begins the first Monday in March, promises 10 be and interesting session, as there area number of felony cases to be tried; also this being the first term at which the manner of selecting and summoning the jurors will be under the "New Jury Law." Following is a list of the suits filed since, the last term: For divorce Thos. Loyd vs. Katie Loyd, I). F. Drown vs Ida Helle PERSONAL Brown, Bettie Hooge'vs. Oscar Hooge. For division or sale of realty B. W. Wiggingtbn vsTI'ic'rCe" Bell &c,J. Mr. Ivy Nail went to Pleasant II. Nave &c. vs. R. P. Hocker &c, Ridge yesterday. V. & F. Renfrew vs. Eli II. Dashain, Mr.Mark Renfrow.SulphurSprings, E. L Jackson Exr. vs. W. H. Fulker-son- , was in town Wednesday. J. A. St. Clair vs. Geo. W.IIines Prof. II. H. Davis, Ccntertown, &c. was in the city Saturday Injunction suits J. B. Iglehart &c. P. E. Hocker, of South Carolltou, vs. J. P. Rowe &c, J. B. McDaniel vs. was in the city yesterday. F. T. Gunther. Mrs. G. C. Westerfield is visiting Suits to foreclose Mortgage J. R. her mother, near Cromwell. Greer vs. A. F. Sutton, John Henry Mr. J. II. B. Carson aud Miss Anna vs. Jas. W. Nicholson, Small, AlexBern went to Owensboro Wednesday. ander &c. vs J. A Magan. Prof. J. L. Elmore, Beda, and Chas. Attachment W. A. Guenther & Sons vs Geo. C. Roberts &c, Marion Howley, Hefliu, were in town yesterYntes sues N. G. Pattonon a note for day. $1 ro, Walter A Wood Mowing and Mr. J. W. O'Bannon," of Select call-Reaping Machine Company sues Dan our office while in the city WedT. Wilson &c. on a note for $125. J. uesday. P. Hill sues C. O. & S. W. R. R. Co. Messrs. J. I Harder and Chas. W. for $3,000 damages, John C. Riley vs. Wedding, Fordsville, were in the city Wm. A. Taylor on a note for $259.77, Wednesday. Steige & Coldeway vs. C. II. Daugh-ert- y Mrs. Julia Davis, McIIcury, is vison account for $111.14, NadorfF iting the family of Mr. George Kleiti Brewing Company vs. E. A. Tilford this week. on account for $65, J. L. Ralph vs. W. M.Tichenor, Point Pleasaut.and for $60, Herring, Hall, Sam Rhoads Marvin Co. vs. D. J. Coleman & Co. J. W. Thomas, Horton, were in town for delivery of property, L. L. Martin yesterday. Mrs. Dr. Coleman and Mrs. C. L. vs. Albert Williams for $200. Field are visiting the family, of Mr. J. E. Magan, Buford. College nnpprnlimx. Mis3 Mattie. Sanderfur, who has It has been sometime since the zeal and interest was thrown into school been somewhat sick during the past work as it is being done now. week, is improving. Dr. Alexander certainly has a full Mr. I. N. Wade, representing the class in Advanced Arithmetic. Rand, McNally&Co. School Supplies The vocal music class, in charge of Chicago, is in the city. Prof. Foster, is doing fine work. He Mrs. Lula Smith and Mrs. D. M. has a full class and we expect to hear Hocker, of Fordsville, visited friends some good music soon. and relatives in Rockport last week, Misses Myrtle Rowe and Bertha Misses Eliza and Maggie Bray are Felix, Emma Jctt, and Georgia Hudvisiting friends and relative in and son, county, matriculated Monday. about LafToon, Ky. They will reMessrs. Wm. Lyons, Marvin nean, turn Sunday. E. Tracy, R. K L. Sinimerman and Esqr. A. S, Aull and Mrs. Adi McMiss Jessie Ford, City, attended GenSprings, passed Daniel, Sulphur eral X Monday. Jctt, and through town Wednesday en route Messrs. J. L. Lyons,' Miss Lucy Haynes, Haynesville, were home from Beaver Dam. Mrs. A. T. IHnes, of Hines Mill, welcome visitors to our school Mou-davisited her son, Mr, O. T. Hines, The R. E. C. Literary Society is Rockport, last week, returning to her home Monday ol this week. flourishing. Wc welcome Mr. T. J. Morton, The best medical authorities say formerly of the firm of Carson & Co., among the new students of this the proper way to treat catarrh is to take a constitutional remedy like week. He matriculated Monday. We were glad to have ourold friend, Hood's Sarsaparilla. Dr. J. T. Miller, visit our school Tuesday. J. II. Wood is at home this week on the sick list. E. M. Morton visited his parents at Ccntertown Saturday nnd Sunday. Prof. .Foster attended his brother's school at Masonsville last Friday at y. gsansaar- - l55S Mr, Jesse B, Fulkerson, of the Vtllimttlri 1'iiriu liirNitlc. AN AWFUL DISASTER. Pond Run country, died' Sunday Wc offer at private Bale the farm of morning, nnd was but led Monday the late Jo C. Harnett, four miles Ilin Nix .llrn llloiiii tn C'.tfrnll)' ly evening at the Pond Run graveyard, of Hartford, containing about 225 i:ilislon of iiNitu Mill. He was a lite long member of Pcnd acres. Good dwelling and outbuildRun Baptist Church and was one of ings, and nn abundance of stock Wednesday's Owensboro the following account of the oldest anil most respected citizens water. Land and all fencing in the to of the county. The burial service best condition. For further particu-lar- s en the affair: nbout 7:30 was conducted under the nuspices of and terms of sale, address or call Yesterday morning o'clock on the farm of Mr. John Mer- the Masonic fraternity of which the on the undersigned. deceased was a member. cer, about otic mile from Wood TiN'sr.i'v. ) .. C. M. Baunktt, J 20 tf one of the most horrible acciThe good people of town were quite dents that was ever known in the hissorry to learn Sunday evening that tory of the county occurred. The boiltim- & Wash Duncan, the great mogul blind er of a portable saw mill belonging to tiger, hart been captured and returned Mr. Taylor Paris exploded, killing here. He was capturned at five nicti instantly nn fatally injurlast Friday by ing another so that he died i.i a few GLENNJt WEDDING. Mnrshnl C. L Pate and brought here hours afterward. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve cleansSunday and lodged in jail. The peoThose killed were: Taylor Paris, ple were hoping that Wash would es, purifies and heals. It was made P owner of the mill, John Mercer, Bob never impose his unwelcome ptcscncc for that purpose. Use it for burns, Salee, Ed Holder and Hill Varblc. upon the town any more forever. cuts, bruises, chapped hands, sores Jim Mercer was fatally injured and Jailer Thompson paid the $25 reward of all descriptions and if you have died in a few hours. which he had offered and withdrawn. piles use it for them. L. B. Bean. A fire had been built in the fire box CD of the engine and a very small amount That popular and excellent citizen Cured nlllt nno Itnltlo. Mr. Jordon Baker, Tifton, Ga , had of water was in the boiler. Taylor and stalwart Democrat, Mr. II. P. Paris, John Mercer, Bob Salee, Bill Watts, of Uosinc, is announced in muscular rheumatism for ten years. Varbleand lid Holder were standing our coluitfns this week, as a candi-tht- c After using half a bottle of Drum-moiid- 's Lightning Remedy for Rheufor the office of Jailer, of Ohio near the engine getting warm. The engineer, Robert Reeves, did not like county, subject to the action of the matism, he wrote to the manufacturthe way the engine was running nnd Democratic party, in the primary, ers that he was satisfied he would be (D as Taylor Paris prepared to turn a lot March, 3. He is well qualified to fill cured by the time the bottle would of cold water into the t boiler, the office he seeks and. his many be used up. If you want satisfaction, warned him of the danger. Seeing friends will make a strong effort to insist on having Drummond'S Lightthat Palis was going to turn the wat- secure his nomination nnd election. ning Remedy. Nothing can take its er in he ran behind a large tree not Owing to sickness in his family Mr. place. Of druggists, or direct, with far distant, and escaped unhurt. Tay- Watts has not been enabled to make full particulars, from Druutmond S8 lor Paris sufferred the penalty of his as thorough a canvas as he had desir- Medicine Co., 48-5- 0 Maiden Lane, N. rashness, and was blown into atoms, ed to make, but trusts to his friends Y. Agents wanted. along with the other men standing that his interests will be carefully Net Free. near. looked after. I hereby notify the public that I gj The effects of the explosion were Ralph Keith, a sixteen year old have set my son, John Henry Brad--- j terrific, the ground being plowed up shaw, free, and that I will not be re 0 by the fragments, pieces of iron be- boy, who had been working for Mr. sponsible for any trades made or con Dave Fowler, living near Madison-villing hurled with awful velocity in all stoleoneofhiseinployie's horses tracts entered into by him. directions, and the men being torn to W. C. Hkadshaw. o Monday and escaped. On Wednesday 26 4t pieces and scattered in every direcMaxwell, Ky., Jan. 22, 1894. he swapped the horse to Mr. Milton tion. Pieces of flesh were scattered every where. Arms and legs, Park, who lives just below town, for and heads and ribs were left dangling a mule and a dollar in money. Keith p At Home. from the branches of the trees or scat- then came to Mr. Amos Miller's and Having had an excellentseason"on 0 tered along the surface of the earth. while he was negotiating another the road" with my splendid photo- pi The body of one of the unfortunate trade he was overtaken aud captured graphing outfit I have now establishwhose ed my gallery permanently at my men was dashed against a tree about by Fowler ar.d a brother-in-laname we failed to leain. Fowler, new house in Beaver Dam, Ky., where forty feet distant lrom the engine, and I am fully equipped for doing all such was the force with which it was however, had come by Mr. Park's sta- kinds of photographic work. Cabible and finding his horse took posses- net photo's a specialty. Instantanetraveling that it parted nearly in tht Call middle, one piece going on one side sion of it aud came on after Keith ous photographs of children. and see my work. Very truly. O of the tree and the second on the oth- who gave the mule and the dollar A. D. Taylor. er. Where the body struck the tree back to Mr. Park. The parties took w was about forty feet from the ground. the young fellow back with them. No better aid to digestion, Two ol the unfortunate men had Keith was from Jeflersonville, Indiana, No better cure for dyspepsia, i their heads blown off, and the but had been working in Fowler's Nothing more reliable lor biliousneighborhood since last June. He body of one these was blown against a tree, but an arm was blown oft and has a brother in Elizabethtown and ness and constipation than DeWitt's was, it is supposed, making his way Little Early Risers, the famous little carried about thirty feet. pills, L. B. Beau. there. The fragments of arms, legs and CD "JLi bodies were gathered together as CD completely as possible, it being necessary to cut down several large trees in the attempt. -- TO SEE THE- The details of the accident are so horrible and bloody and sickening that they cau hardly be imagined. To get an idea of it, it is necessary to have been there. ''i. vt Messcn-gercontai- i, i"ni. Har-dinsbu- 1,000 acres of bered land for sale. a 1 a O a red-ho- w U e, I a. Come to Hartford E P SPRING OPENING OF C. L. Field's car of Buggies just from the u O p CD I Davis Carriage Company. Ho will save you MONEY by Buying from HIM. sell you a Buggy, Harness, Lap Duster and Whip from to $75.00. H Will 160.00-up o CD CD The Davis Carriage Company has the reputathe-- tion of building in Cincinnati. beat Buggy for tho money of any Factory So come and judge for yourself. T S3 ja.3Nr3xroxj3aroE!itES3a--- OK THE OI'BNINQ of tue- - $F fUN OB1 SESSION THE 9 Mi BEAVER DAi HIGH SCHOOL AND TEACHERS' PRACTICAL INSTITUTE. Jin.ia.ix3r 16, 1894. Expenses most reasonable Plans modern and progressive Advantage most excellent. thorough and practical. School ior the masses. Instruction A Tuition per Term of Ten Week's. Common School Department Advanced Collegiate Department Instruction - ( Primary j( Intermediate in Music- and $3 5 6 7 in- best-- ' 75 00 25 00 Art at Reasonable Rates. Board private families per week, 82.00 to $2.25. of o Hi The Ecssion ofTers nuusual advantages to young men and women and especially to teachers. Our outline method of teaching secures to our students tho use of any and all We kindly anil honestly solicit the paU rouago of- all seeking a thorough education, aud very decidedly guarantee satisfaction to ull earnest (students. For further information send lor circulars or call on E. R. RAY, President. DORA E. 'GIBSON, Vico President text-book- We will send you The Republican and the Louisville Weekly Commercial both one year, for $1.40. m i night. Misses Lula E. Walker, Ida L. Duke, Jessie Ford nnd Sallie Catc visited the school Weduesday morning. Dr. Alexander's talk on "Pronunciation of common words," Tuesday morning was fine and thoroughly en- -' oyed by the pupils. s BUSINESS COLLEGES a (INCORPORATED.) rt nnil Shorthand Tho srro.it practical Duslnoss Trntnlnir.noak-Keepln- ir Colleges. Thoy glvn a ruiiRport to IniHlnus ami Hiircess. !iitalni(uoiroo. Knos Mpenvor, lVes't, 3, 1". HUh, Soo'jr, Address Uponccrlau College at Louisville. Ky., Owensboro, Ky., or Evansvllle, Ind. We will send you The Itepublican and both Cosmopolitan 2.00. one year for v JSTJIBSODFtllOES PORrti. THE REPUBLICAN" 13 H Jr' T l'vtmmf &rt - frvV ' ' ' " " . " '' ' -- Ml ' ' " - i ..i Hartford Republican I'KIDAY, l'KIIHUAKV 2, 1894. squclcncd fob tho timo beliigT 'But wiillo It seems a pity to spoil such a pretty llttlo romance, It cannot confidently be snkl that "they wcro married and lived happily ever The reporter was on hand at the appointed timennd place, but neither How tho Capitol Dome Holpod on bride nor groom prospective aptin Affair of tho Honrt peared. Whether the old folks got wind of their intentions and reIt wns in the office of the clerk of moved tho young lady, or whether lind just tho district courts, lie some little part of the plans miscarplanked down ft dollar for n ninrringo ried, can only bo conjectured. Cerlicense, ntd n reporter wns about to tainly the license is still on tho unndd littn to the list ns "one more books, but no minister hns yet certifortunate, weary of single life, fied that ho performed tho ceremony, 1 nshly going It? for and ns this fact has not been estabimportunate, married strife," but then ho spoke: lished it would be rather rough on "Say, friend, I wish you would the j'oung people to give their nuincs. leave that out of the paper." Washington Post. Tho objector to newspaper notoyoung A TWENTIETH CENTURY FAIR. riety was a pleasant-spokefellow, and he continued nrgunicnta-tlvcly- : Paris Is to Have Anothor Fair In 1000. "Now, I'm a newspaper man myTho slto of tho exposition of 1000 self, and I know how you're fixed. Yon'ro sent hero to get tho news, has been definitely selected. At tho esand naturally wont to got nil of it. meeting of tho , But if you'll keep that item out of i pecially appointed to settle thoqites-tlonit was decided that tho Champ tho paper for twenty-fou- r hours, 1 11 do Mars, thcTrocnduro, tho give you a story worth printing." des 4hvalldes, tho Qua! A mere two-linitem against, perhaps, a column, hero wns nn in- d'Orsay, tho Palais do l'lndustrie ducement that no ncvspaper man , and tho surrounding ground should nil be devoted to tho great world's could resist, and tho reporter wns not proof against temptation. Still, i show that is to bo held thero at tho ,.o ntury, ana uu ho was wise enough to stipulate llinfi ?os 0I, ,0 bnnks "'? Scln? s ouU bc.f "rthor .the story should bo given at once. ov n oridgo to uo con you have our names connected "Well, o struoted botween tho Pont do la nnd rcsidenco from tho register," nnd the Pont des Invnlides. said tho young Bcnedict-nbout-to-bIt Is Interesting to note, now "and we've hud quito a little ro- this problem has been solved, that that mance. She belongs to one of tho nil tho members of the best families in that country, whero tee who uttended tho meeting woro her father is quito a small magnate. in favor of this choice, M. .Berger, 1 went down there nbout three years , who was the soloabsenteo, being the I did ngo nnd started a paper. only one who would have preferred pretty well and am probably ns well Autoull; yet, us u matter of fact, fixed financially as she is, but, unM. Bergcr's views were originold man nnd I fortunately, the ally shared by moit of his colcouldn't hitch. Beforo I know what leagues. It was objected, however, a charming daughter lie had I trod that the distance from the center of on Ills political toes pretty sharply the metropolis would be too great, nnd ho never forgave mo. Tho old and the Parisian tradesmen, fearing lady, too, didn't like me, partly bo- - ' that u smaller number of visitors I was a newcomer and not recause ' would thus bo attracted to the city, lated to any of the local aristocracy, also made their voices heard with into which she wanted her daughter good effect. One by ono tho subto marry. committee were brought nround to "Still, Bella liked me, and you the opluion thnt the old slto was, know when you have the girl nnd nil, the be-t- , and tho resolutho dog on your sldo n fellow can after at which they have, arrived tion a good deal of snubbing. All stand completely settles tho ntTuir. went along very well for nwliilc. I Ono of the principal eutrnncos to proposed nnd was accepted, but will be on the Placo I cume to speak to the old man 'tho exhibition when In Concorde, but the square it nbout it lie fired mo out bodily, or do threatened to do so, nnd ordered self will not bo Interfered with, nor, me never to show ray face in his ' indeed, will nny attempt bo made to n establishhouse ngain. Knowing the old mnn, include such ments ns Ledoyen's restaurant and nnd huving duo regard for my of the Horlog, fnce, I never did, but mnnaged to tho cafe chantant meet Bella on tho sly, although tho bituated between tho Plaoe dc la old folks watched her pretty closely. Concorde and the Palais do Industwithin the boundaries of the "Finally they decided to removo rie, world's show. her from tho contamination of my People hnvo been inquiring with neighborhood, probably on tho theomuch curiosity whether tho Elllel ry that separation is a cure for such tower, which was the crowning feacrises. Accordingly fliey camo to Washington for a month or so, pos- ture of tho exhibition of 1889, is to sibly in hopes thatsomoof thesocity bo allowed to stand, as tho archiswells might cut mo out. But Bella tect of the city of Purls has stwken managed to drop mo a note telling in favor of its partial demolition. M. Pickiml, however, said that tno nbout It, so I followed them. They've been hero nbout a week, nothing had yet been decided on tho stopping with friends I couldn't subject. London Telegt aph. find out where until the other day, Queer Names for Streets. hunted through all tho hotels and A woman lately returned from hnuutcd tho streets in hopes of seeBrazil tells of tho curious nomening thorn, when finally I remembered that strangers in the city always go clature of tho streets of Para. Thoy io the cnpltol about tho first tiling. aro Biblical or commemorative of "Then I took up my stntlon In the .somo event in the Brazilian history. rotunda ever' day, staying all day It .seemed to her quite irreverent to bo told that a desirablo locality was long. The watchmen evidently "nt the corner of St. John tho Bapinc. a new crank in town, but finally they camo tho old man, tho tist and St. John tho Evnngclist old lady and Bella. I pulled my lint streets." She went with her undo, down over my eyes nnd hid behind a who wns on business, to dine at the ' Courier-Journa- l newspaper until thoy had passed, house of a wealthy merchaut. Everything was very generous and and then I heard them inquiring the way to tho dome. hen thoy got lavish, in South American btyle, but pretty well up tho stairs I followed, on leaving she wns amazed to hnvo and at tho top, you know, It is pretty her hospitable host say to her: "If you have any washing, send it dark, so by keeping on the opposito IVho'tl l'uythr riiip? sido I managed to escape the old here." i.oixutuk i.i:adhk.J It Is the custom there, it seem, couplo's eyes. A defaulting county treasurer in "They were busy studying out tho for wealthy households to take in Oregon has been fined $45,000, just 'Apotheosis of Washington,' whllo laundry work ns nu employment for about double the amount he stole, and their largo rotlnuo of servants. Bella was leaning against tho wall, "It did, howovor," said tho re- sentenced to three years in prison. looking tired and homesick. I waited nround for a chance to speak to her, lator, "give me n turn at tho end of Here in Kentucky they allowed Dick but tho old man kept her at his el- n formal dinner party to bo asked Tate to get away ''scott free" and in addition to that recently a large conbow, and I had about mado up my for my soiled linen." mind that I would liavo to knock tingent of Frankfort Democrats signWhen suffering from throat or lung him down when an idea struck me. ed a petition asking Governor Urown "You know how sound travels troubles, take only such medicine as to pardon the old gentlemen 011 the over that arch, so that people on has been proved worthy ofconfidence. grounds that he was more sinned opposite sides of the circle can talk Sucli a remedy is Ayer's Cherry Pec- against than sinning. The Oregon to each other in whispers? I had toral; a specific for sudden colds, and been there beforo and know all invaluable in all forms of pulmonary method of dealing with defaulters should be adopted here. nbout It, so I stood just across from complaints. Sold by druggists. Bella and spoko her name. She Price $i. jumped ns if she hnd been shot. An Dilltor'n A Texas editor pays the following " 'Where nra you, Will?' slio exSEND twelve cents 111 postage claimed, recognizing my voico at stamps to Corcoran Building, Wash- tribute to his mother: "On last Wed39 once. She had been thinking of me, ington, D. C, and you will receive nesday morning we were called to bho told mo afterward. of her who stand by the death-be" 'Hush!' said I. 'I'm just oppo- four copiesof Kate Pied's Washing- first taught our infant lips to lisp ton, containing matter of special insite you; talk to tho wall and I can who have pass terest. Give name and address, and mother. Only those hear nil you say.' ed through such an ordeal can realize And tnaybo wo didn't talk. It where you saw this advertisement, ly how deep is the sorrow under which seemed a bit uncanny to bo talking We reached her we nre now bowed. a stone wall and having your best to only to find that consciousness 11 girl answer back. Something like had taken its flight, and to our tin- the old story of Pyrnmus mid Thisbe, only they talked through tho wall. gui&hid pleadings no answer came Well, she told me where bho was from her deatli chilled lips. She who .topping, and that it would bo usenursed us through all the yeais of less for tno to try to sec her nearer, childish sun.shiuc, and shadow, who as she was watched all the timo. was ever ready to cure with the magthen the old man chimed in "Just ic of a mother's kiss, has left us and nnd asked her to whom sho was the angel throng has welcomed the talking. She said only to herself. loved one home. Those toil hardenAs there was no ono within fifty feet of her he hud to bcllovo It. ed hands that labored so willingly to "Well, that mado mo inaJ nnd smooth our boyhood's rugged path nlsognvo me another idea., I had lifeless breast. nre now pressed let- Those neglected upon a that gave us been looking up the district mar-riag- p lips laws and found that ono could ad- our fust baby kisses aroelostdfottver get a license almost for the asking. and sad weary eyes, blind to eaithly There was no time to be lost. I scenes, ate opened where teardrops asked Bella if she would marry mo will dim them never more. Far at once, whether the old folks wcro willing or not, nnd she said slio from our old home and kindred dead, would 'if she. could get away. Then we have laid her to rest where the wo cooked up o scheme. I was to wildflowers of Texas shall watch the got tho license and engngo a minislonely grave. Dear mother, nngel ter, ns 1 have just done. mother, farewell." night they nro going to a something, and Bella Is to Hlml ncNnir. got sick mid go home with her cousin, inThe country store in the sunny about ninoo'clock. Only beforo going South is the rendezvous for all the homo (ho will stop Into the house of village inhabitants, large and small, n minister, whero wo will bo marblack or white, where the news is cirried.) culated and jokes perpetrated. "Now you easily seo that tho publication of thu fact thnt I have taken A group of loungers were sitting TlioTiirlirollH.IU. out a llccnso would spoil nil our in a stoic ot this kind, when a d TOI.UDO W,AI)K. plans, and If you will keep it out coon witli stooping shoulders In 1832 John C. Calhoun and his you sliull bo ono of tho witnesses nt followers iu the State of South Caro- nnd ears at right angles to his head, tho wedding nnd kiss tho bride, if lina, sad that a protective fa riff was shuffled through the doorwny.- Is willing," sbo "Hello, Pomp," said one of the Ot CQurso the reporter agreed to unconstitutional, and that they would thl34UVUJio Item was accordingly To-dan to-dao I Con-cordto-daI I I well-knowUo.-eveacon-bidcr- LOVE AiJ) ACOUSTICS. after." not pay duties to the tmtlonnl govern- - loungers. "You'te looking just like for "revenue onlv." that lion I saw this morning," I ltieitt, except They attempted to nullify the consti"Until" said Pomp, with his hair tution of the United States by passing on en 1, ' where was he?" nn ordinance declaring the tariff "In Jake Smith's livery stnble." so far ns South .Carolina was "Shol whnt'd he look like?" concerned. That grand old patriot, "Oh, he had legs and boly and Andrew Jackson, then President of long cars." the United States, said that protection "Dat wasn't no lion.yo' poor white v;is constitutional, nnd "By the Inter- trash," returned the darkey, disgust-eJ- . nal, if one drop of blood was shed in "Dal was a jackass." South Carolina he would lintig John "Well, you look just look him," C. Calhoun," lie sent Gen. Scott to answered thelounqcr, with a grin. Kort Moultrie and a United States war Poinp saw the joke, though he vesbel to Charlston harbor, and the didn't like it to bo on hint. Just then result was that with the gallows star n neighboring planter entered the ing them in the face, Mr. Calhoun store nnd the negro s.tw a chance to and his followers backed down. rencat the icst at another's cxnctiMC we read In the Democratic ' "Morning, Masi Johnson," said plntlorms of ilgt the same doctrine he; "yo' lojk jest like like d.U lion I that "protection is unconsti u ional' aawyej'dy." and we.see men like Liiry Neal, "Where did yoa see a lion, you who wrote that plank of the Democratfool?" was the courtous response. ic platform, attending a banquet in "Dawu M tss.i Smith's lib'ry stamemory of Gen Jackson, wlto Illicit-cne- d bles. Ila legs an' body an' big long to hang John C. Calhoon for ad- ears." vocating the same idea thnt protec"That wasn't a lion," said the tion is unconstitutional, and who, if planter. living would be the bitter op"Den what was it?'' asked Pomp, ponent of Iirry Neal and his kind. eagerly. Truly, the attitude of the Democratyou black "Why, a looking-glass- , ic party is ridiculous ns it is astoundcoon," nuswetedtho planter contemping General Jackson was a protec- tuously amid a gmcrnl ioar of laughtionist of the strongest type, and ter. Thomas Jefferson, another "lather" k'oi.r I'l.uvsv.sr. of the Democratic party, was so If you will allow me a little space strongly In favor of protcclion of in your paper, I will give joua few American industries thnt he would items fioni ourhtlle town. not wear a coat not tuadeof cloth spun The weather at present is very cold. nnd woven in the United states. The hearts of the boys nre filkd Will some modem Democrat tell us with delight, as the decks, for the how their party, advocating as it does first time this winter, are frozen liatd the principles of John C. Cal- enough for them to skate. houn, for which ndvocacy Jackson Mrs. J. II. Pattrson. who is very threatened to hang the South Caroli- ill, is thought to be progressing very nian, can pay honor to the memory well of Andrew Jackson without making Point Pleasant's brass bind properiUelt rediculous? ty is below par. J. II. rCuykendoll will soon have If afli'ted with scaln diseases, hair his ew b.iru completed. falling out, and premature baldness, Mr. Billie Patters jn and wife, of do not use grease or alcoholic preparations, but apply Hall's Hair Hi-- fi near Island, Ky., passed through our tovrn Wednesday enroute home Iroiu ewer. Mr. J. II. Pattctson's, where tiny Tilling .lien's ( IirlMiuii Anmm'IiiiIoii have spent a few days by the e We have the announcement of the of his aflicted wife. Thirteenth Annual State Convention Mr. J. S. riell returned from his ol the joung Men's Christian Assofarm at Mason's b.-nvia Steanur ciations of Kentucky, to be held at J. C. Kerr. Covington, February 15th, 16th, 17th Mrs. Tanner anil fa nilv will soon ' and i.Sth. The principle speakers move to their old limits noir Heflin ' will be Prof W. O. Morehead, Xeuia, Our school, which has been in Ohio; Piof. W. II. Marquess, Louischarge of Prof. I.ayton Maddox, closed ville; V. I.. Willis, Slate Secretary, last Tuesday with quite a miinb.T ofj Alabima; II. P. Anderson and K. I.. tlln ttnltn.. ...-.- . fr,AAn ....t Hamilton, Secretaries of International maAQ Ue a tIlj Uc lime for all Committee; (,eo I Howser, General presc.,t , iu. n nmubcr of exercis. ' . . Secretary, Cincinnati, Ohio, and a , ,fifll ,,. , - ..w... ..... v .WW, ...... ......... - . n v. number of well known business men Conman made quite an interesting of tlie State, and officers of the city, talk, then Mr. Maddox made Ilia fare College and railroad associations will well address and the school joined in also take part iu the program. concert in the song, "God be with us Kvery young man, whether nn As- till we meet again," and a boo-ho- o sociation member or not, is invited, from a good portion of the tchool, nho pastors and business men inter- principally the larger girls. ested in this special woik. Kxcur-sio- n Your uncle, Mason. rates have been granted over all railroads in Kentucky and the Covington Association provides entertainment lor all accredited delegates. For particulars as to reduced railroad rates, credentials, program, etc., adr, dress Henry K. State Secretary. Y. M C. A.. '451 W. Walnut Street, I.ouisil!e, Ky. law-voiJ 1 to-dabed-sidT -- They wash their clothes WITH ; Jtelfiit4feei Ton THE CUIUS OP LAIR ETTE Catarrh, Scrofula, Bolls, Eczomn, Carbuncles, Soros, S0AE And all Other Skin Diseases. rqiTALLY ix Rheumatism, Dyspepsia, Nervous Debility, TwSey MADE ONLY BY Impure Blood. TI1K WEEKLY mut nil complaints originating In Ayer's Sarsaparilla Has curod others, will euro you. RKfAIRBANKfjcCo. St.Lou.s. The HhI RliOf 1 for the 1a att Money, s A (ourier Journal - column Democratic Newspaper. It contains the best of'cerytliing going. 1IENKY WATTElteO.V is the Kdilnr. Pi-lo1 00 :i Yoar. The Weekly (.'miri makes ageifljh ind very liberal terms 1 gives free premiums lor clubs Sain pie copies of the paper and fo ir- - ago Premium Supplement nut free to Wri e to any addre.-s- . o 1 Is a ten pnge eight mfflfs n. m 98 b !L i DOUGLAS GENTLEMEN. $ 5 SHOE W f W'lm 85, 83.60 A zmi St & Courier-Journ- al Co , LOUISU1LLK, KV. Kr.iTiu.ie.vN and the Weekly Courier Journal will be tent one year to any addre-- s for SI. 73. Address Tin: Kkpl'iimi'ax, Hart- am m ?w B1 CEMoT. ;i fAK. Dross Shoe. 84 and 83.C0 Police Shoo, 3 Solos. $2.50, $2forWorkingmon. 82 and 81.75 for Boys. LADIES AND "iKwr.r KJUT-i ' NTr. 83, 82.50 r OAUTION.- -ir nay drator p(T.t )uu W. I,. IloiiKUt MISSES, 82, $1.75 I wllh-o- F".lHlb 15 1HK . T&&ZtfrSf4&Zz;Ates . r. vnur k. "WC IW. are .w cany liotluni, iut lilin b on th uown at a rrmuu. rr.iurfil lim ijllilio iininalinn tirir. .lainprd n Tin: ford, Ky. LEB' RMEYE PIE ht. citltlactlon at the piiic. mltertl.eil than nny o'thcr make. Try one pair nml lie L. llmi1a' mine ami price on the bottom, which 'I ho stamping of tliou.uuN of ilo'lnm anm at'y to thoc who wear them. i.irnutces their f.i'nc, l)..il r uluipin.il the Kile nt W. I.. Doiii'l.i Hiocs ;nln ci lotncm, blch helps to pooiN. ln- n nt aie the .ile on llieii f'lll Hue of v liuvlni; iu-- y nr nif.ir.l tn .rttu,n n lr. jiront, r ...n. r.ir i,r I i i mlvcr, tx'llm" f r '"' " i""iiiy . 1.. J)(JJI.A.S, llroc Ulcn, Jla. I J'.!j'.7. Cntnlo'iuo Iru uimhi Min.l'rmhm. con-Inrc- VV. L. DOUCLAS Shoe ctl!h, fitting, nml phc better an ill irl'r P. REUiJUU'. Sulphur cuwtik-txc- .i SpriiiEH.Ky. 4 LTyjmarcH r3i svittfi twtt .iNTMENT: CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. A T15W YOSK ANM) and CERTAIN CURE known for 10 years as tho DES'V REMEDY FOR PILES. if ninunr.voi nitunst ro liin. SURE S5SE iSj hi liva h -- .. cMATS.TRIIDEM We will sond you The Republican and one year for We will send you The Republican and the Louisville Weekly Commercial both one year for $L.40. . A iliuiilhiMih or In. rnrmiuinii conivrmne I'mrm,. m 1 licr tn ob. " ten! nnil c'ennno t, x !ti ,, m ,,lL, I'vrnt tat, n tl.ru' i Mm- - A Co. KCtlTO pialm.tlcointho-li-ntliii- tinri-irnn- , nJ tbiit aro bruui'M wldelr cut cnt to the IriTumor. uronitlio tit.liowtili. 'Jl i n'.nU'l inrrr I Iiutirfarthri ot iny-- 'lent v nl in thn Ilulldlni 1'iflltoo. tnunttil). f Via f ingle . nrai UMtrji. in nMnr. nti.i tklifi.n! inlia .n. ... .... . t'OU.os. rrllh nl nih. i naMin.. .til.l. r. i., nn'' cowmen. AililrcM J' co, jiu:n a titii- - louu, am iiuutimAr. COPYRIGHTS.r.w I illlTW!. n . IMirw iv.. Knnipt iimv-"'! lin t wrllo ilt NN l..Klm!iarulnitr 1 UTHr.rreur"to (lie ratcnt biw exi'orn'nct! iViiimunlra. T A-111 ONE YEAR ttusijyoP kLh-J- f tluniMrlrlljrcnnl.h-ntlal- -v - i -iC -JaxqTrtrf JJCc3m nr. Address all orders to I Iartfortl, fCenlucky '"'..'I host ww HARTFORD HKL'UMJCAN, it Qumrr. iil M M sJ ' the both It's jttst as easy to try One Minute Cough Cure as anything else. It's easier to cure a severe cold or cough with it. I,et your next puichase fora cough be One Minute Cough Cure. Better medicine; better result; better try it. I. II. Ilean. if Ml 19 dp The WHITE'S mM v H san-- H5IIqui.:ti, i Inter Ocean is 81.75. e will send you Has Iod all Worm Romodies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. rnp.rt'i hj ViHIEIGE FOR 20 YEARS aiMtni: U thi: EfiKC MOST POPULAR REITIIUCAX NEWSPAPER OF THE WEST ; V HHS THE LKRGEST CIRCULHTION. TE:rerVTSS 13V IVIAII DAILY (without Sunday), $6.00 par year, DAILY (with Sunday), 58.00 psr yr. The Kepublican and Cosmopolitan both one year for 82,00. Itl'lllll'l Of School District, No. 66. I.i.ie Hunt ioo, Addie liny worth Hattie McDowell 99, Frank loo, Wright 99, Ruth Hunt 99, Hubert Cook 98, Xollie Duke 99, Knca Hunt 98, Minnie Kinkade 99, Charlie Wright 98, Dorman Hurt )), Wayne Thomson 99, Minnie Cook 9S, Thomas Duke 98, Dee Duke 98, Jessie Hunt 99, liniuia Miiitou 98, Iwiy Miles 95, Mattie Cook 99, Margaret Hurt 95, Prudie Hurt 93, Willie Cook 95. Hyron Thomson 98, Virgil Duke 96, Mattie Duke 95, Annie Kinkade 90, Kufus Minton 89, Rosa Milsap 86, Motion McDowell S3, I.ogan soin) rcvr.itYwiiuiiK. tons. ninuntr-o- s in., 27. The Weekly Inter Ocean, per year, $1.00 As n newspaper THE INTCR OCEAN kcepa nbrcast of the timet In allre.jwcL. It iparci neltlier pain, nor expense In ajcurlnj ALL THE NEWS AND THE BEST OF CURRENT LITERATURE. gQ DOLLARS I The Weekfy Infer Ocean edited especially for thou who, en account of mall itrvlcr or any other reason, do not take a daily paper. In its columns arc to be found th week's news of all th world condened nnd the cream of the literary of Ihc Dally. I.i. d during jour spate hours. Any man, worn in.lmy, urghlc.au do the moiUmiiu-Ily- , without ixpeileiice. 'lall.lin; Nothing llko It for hefoic. Our workers nlw.tjs pnitjur. No time w.istnl In Icariiliu; the lieslnci. Wu tc.idi Jim In a night how tn Miccicd fiom lliu ilrt hour. Von can mako n trl.il ulthout We stmt jon, lliinlsli jour-el- f. ewrjthlin,' needed to ciiryou the busl Miccetifiill,, nnd giiuinuteo you lies but follow our airahiit f.illiuo If simple, phin liiitiuctldiis. Ucndcr, If j on aio In need of rauly money, nnd want to know nil nbout the best paying bullae's befote thu public, send us jour nililrus, ami we will mail jou a document giving you all tho particulars. rnnilo easily nnd honorably, wlthoutcapl-t.il- In Your Own Locality , AS A FAMIIjY I'AI'EH A of EIOHT "" .tjw, Supplement, Illustrated, "" IT EXCELS " lsu of w",e,n Jurn"- - EIGHT PAOE3, with """ in Colors, ADDITIONAL PACES, making In all SIXTEEN PAGES. This Supple-men- t, containing SIX PAGES CF READING HATTER ond TWO FULL-PAG- E ILLUSTRATIONS, Is alone wortll the price charged (or the paper. THE INTER OCEAN IS PUUI.ISIIED IN CHICAGO, the news and commercial center of all west of the Allegheny Mountains, and Is better adapted to tin teeds of the people of that section than any paper farther East. It Is in accord with the people of the Wett both In Politic nnd Literature Please remember that tho price of The Weekly Inter Ocean IS ONLY ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Address THE INTER OCEAN, Chicago. n Wiight 83. HiJNitt Hammonds, Teacher, TRUE You can get The Inter-Oceaand The Republic lN both one year for One Dollar & CO., Box 400, cents. Augusta, Maine. and Teiity-fiv- o vwrgtassjugjaMaaaaM For $1.25 we w bed-sid- e send The Republican and New York Trib une both for one year. All communica- Not one minute elapses between the taking of One Minute Cough Cure Why shouldn't people and relief. take One Minute Cougli Cure? They should. They do. It B. Bean. Pfc'fi 'For $i.25 we will send you The Re- publican tions andbusiness ters should be dressed, not to the editor personally for he is away much of the time, but to The and the Home and Farm both one year. (IOOI) ADVICK. E'cry patriotic citizen uliuuUl gi u his personal effort nml inlhicncc tn Intreavo the circulation of hit homo jiapor which teaches thci American policy of Trotcc. tlon. It Ii his duly to nhl In this respect In every way possible. After thu homo paper In "takerr care of, why not sub. scribe for tho American Economist, published by the American Protective Tariff League? One of its corrcspon-dent- s "No truo American can says get silong without It. I consider it thu greatest nnd truest political teacher In tho United .Stales." Send postal card request for free ea tuple copy. Address WIlburF.Wake. man, General Secretary, 135 West 33d St., Nw York. 1 con-ccrU- Republican, Hart- This sures prompt attention. ford, Ky. are manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal directly with he consumer, thus saving him the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices are reasWo ffora '"drill Xais.e.. Respectfully, y "iC onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. coffee-colore- F. A. AMES Owens boro, Ky. , UMfcy Hj eft CO. I'"1 .!..