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JO, B, ROGERS, THE liMTOM Bepubiicak OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THS PARTY g"?9fj5c'f'fcl"r!r' i "m"J' MM1M4BUMMtaMMA owfgfmiMTtwr ,' yrtgimty3tfcg'H"J ifiTitHiirii'jip The !Uin,u.m,icAff and Courier-Journa- l both one year for on ly $1.75. TERMS to en Is Mliikii. IN THETCUr.TH C0K0RCSS10KAL DISTRICT, S1.25 Fcr Annum, Ate, op - VOL. VI. I HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1894. UtTiiTb'UirriT'.yrrgs NO. 28. ..n. p, J i i u ? V. being alvand.'lils too far apart. If any reader ever meets an alligator and will take tho precaution to have the mooting tnko place on land, ho need not fear harm, for he can walk all round tho alligamay be inherited ; not Consumption. Thin, narrow-cheste- d tor with Impunity. children arc the ones to look out for. Hut to return to tho fight. Llko a Everybody with a tendency toward Weak Lungs Hash the alligator caught the bear should take by his hind leg. They were now In a place where the water was shallow over a hidden sandbar, so tho fight With n was it little more even. vicious snarl the bear turned on ills back, and, bending double, caught Oil, with hypophosphitcs of lime and of Cod-live- r the alligator by the soft white flesh soda. It builds up the system. Cures Coughs, Colds of his iluoat. It was now tho bear's turn to bite, nnd blto Ire did with and Wasting Diseases. Physicians, the world over, such good will tluil the blood spurted it. endorse in streams and the alligator, letting go the foot ho hnd been chewing, omitted n scries of howls that mado the woods ring. Then tho fight nd all Blood Diseases aro cured by SCOTT'S EMULgrow fiercer. Tho alligator beat n SION. It Is a food rich In nourishment. loud tattoo with hi tall on tho bear's " Prtparad by Scott & Downo, N. Y. Drupgitts toll It tough hide, but they wore at such close quarters that he could notglvo it swing enough to break any bones. BEAJ. AND ALLIGATOIL He wn? gradually working around To loltt thi prtblm rtqulrea thought tc n better position, however, and IlutUaoalmptoacl A Fljfht tc Dontt in n Loultnana suddenly planted a vicious blow t known U aainjr Bayou. square on tho breast that sent the that Dr. TnAtr't qolfaa Relief eurei bear flying head over heels into deep ( 7 r Conrumptloa. II Ono nf tlif Strang! anil Mntt Airc!n wuter. Ho was up In n second and tot It Tri7 Mmo plrhiff Cmnbitta t:er VIIiii'KhimI Tho bear both rushed together. end it ercry eats. Anil tint AlllRntur Won I A A again sought tho alligator's soft hes uni befora tho llattlo. throat, and with his sharp teeth the Inn hare ba- oma loo far 4lorraBle4. Xere'a a typical caaat tore great niouthfuls of bleeding I witnessed a fight, tho other duy Via Josctt tf c t ho fcst IS pound check flesh. In a jouisiniin bayou that for bloody bora lk "hrctta 8uih"i coufbaand rtlicaaU Mat Mate; ka Juat retnncd Iron ttaa South, Suddenly he let go with a scream ferocity mid vindlctivcncss wits , vken aha neat tha winter. DM sot lrprora. etjunl to nny storied encounter be- of agony nnd clapped his paws to his ka take dropa ef Dr. Feaner'a Ostdea as amall lDnt of tursr, osca la t houra. tween rival inonnrchs of an eastern right eye, from which the blood was taproramegt brtlsa at ones. In Sveekaaha flowing in torrent?. Tho alligator, junjjle, writes a Natchez (Miss.) kM raliel 10 pounds. la 8 rrceln aka welitl-- i unable to uso teeth or tall In such tho Now York Post. cmxp. Tho remedy 1 a Sncmo IK d la close quarters, had torn tho bear's A friend had promised an expedika IxrLlWMATios. Ko Inflammation, na ao roeaumatlos. Tbut H eurca a lonf Hat tion to tho lakes and bayous of Ceneye out with his sharp claws. Madf ailments from a common lora threat, to a tral Loulslamt to bunt the alligator, dened by tho pain, tho bear reared frara aroaehltla, atthma and consumption, Crossing tho river upon his hind legs and clasped the teolhacha to a iraie sturaltfa, from a and wo sot out. frasa headache v a iraTe rhtuaiatlara aada front in a ski IT, wo found waiting for us alligator's body In a deadly embrace. aoanmcr acnilalnt to a grate dyae ntery, chot-rNow, wo thought, tho victory will on tho other side .two spirited black or lux. Thla vide rana-- of application ha horses, sent down to tho Iunding by surely bo with the bear. Ho cerqsnetlnea unjuatly eauaed It to ba dubbed a "auraalL" But li lin't. It canaonadlaeaao the acquaintance nt whose bouse wo tainly did seem to havo the best of aad that la fnjltmmafloii. Inflammation cannot were to stay during Vie hunt. Tho It. The alligator used what bror.th " iniei Me " slat la Ita preatnee and that shiny-faceOne tebletpoonful dole curra La Orlppo. ebony youngster who had not been squeezed out of him in It voter lltappolnte. Contalna no opiates, n&f uecompanled tliein on the inevitable bellowing like a bull. The sounds ooUr ar mineral polaona. Perfectly aafo. Monty refunded It taiUlactloo not given. Talat mule informed us, baring his woolly he uttered wero so full of rage that koaat a bottle bead obsequiously, that "Mnssa am the waterfowl and .small animals berry sorry he couldn't cum he'self, near the bayou (led In affright. Tlic but be nr' layln' by do crup mi' bat- two struggled back and forth. The ter stick elus' ter de field; but I's water was lashed into foam by Louis Southwestern By.) (St. gwinii or long ter sho' ycr do way, the furious beating of tho alliTO nu' massa sez tuck' yo'selvcs ter gator's tall Straining and struglimn'." A glorious rldo of twenty gling, this "way and that, suddenly miles over level roads, through dense the writhing mats of ferocity slipped canebrakes and fording sluggish 01T ilio narrow jtrip of sand and was THE ONLY LINE n Awing bayous and stagnant lagoons in deep w.t'or ii'jain. Now tho With through Car Service from .ar.- i" v svl and the ad vanbrought us to tho house in turn for tage on tho side of the alligator again. a most appetizing dinner. morning With a snukellko twist of Ills lithe At two o'clock the next wo were awakened by our colored Ixidy he slipped from the bear's friend with the horses, and after a clutches, and, wheeling around, tho hurried cup of black cotTeo we set of! long, jxiwcrful tail flashed for an InNo change nt Car to on tho long rldo before us.' When stant in the uir and descended with, tho lakes were reached faint streaks crushing force full on the back of OU 1NTUHMKDITK POINTS. The thick backbone of dawn were beginning to show, tho bear. and awakening animal lifu could bo snapped like a reed. With th"e cry heard throughout the forest in shrill of a human being In distress the bear fcreams of panther and wildcat, rolled over, limp und lifeless, and sank to tho bottom like a stone, and Carrying thnntph Coseltin nnd with now and then the .hoarse bellow of an alligator. Many dears can be the light was over. tin-- f Travefrine; Pullman Tho victor, apparently lifeless, swamps found In the densely-woode- d itcet firming, gitziui; and timber of tho interior of Louisiana, but we floated motionless on lie surface of lands. Andratching tlio most pnij wero loaded for alligator, not for the water an alligator always floats tjvrou tottii mill citicd in the bear; so getting Into a dugout niado when dead so wo were preparing to by burning out the inside of a largo leave, when a low moan recalled us treo trunk a treacherous craft and wo found him in great pain aud which tho uninitiated had better be- slowly bleeding to death from his Tho water for lacerated throat. YcildiiiB TAKMINO LANDS. ware of we slowly boated and padmany yards around was dyed crimall tin; ceieuN, corn and dled over the lake. Game was plenftbundiini.y son with his blood and his moaning cotton, and wyccially adnjticil I" ihn tiful, and by noon we had left a full was pitiful to hear. We deemed it dozen of alligators floating In our cultivation ol email Irviite and early wake. Hy this time our appetites nn act of mercy to kill him, and a vegetable. bullet in tho oyc3 soon clamored for the opening of tho Afluriliiif! GRAZING LANDS. lunch basket, and as tho stagnant put nn end to his sufferings. Upon drawing him out of tho waexcellent pasturngo during almost the lake water is poisonous wo steered measuring him, lie was found entire year, and comparatively close for a bayou which fed tho lake on ter and to stretch a full sixteen feet from tho opposite side. Our lunch finto the great market. ished wo stretched out for a rest tip to tip, ono of tho lnrgest known. TIMBEK LANDS. Covered with and smoke. While lazily enjoying Battles of tho Future. almost ineihatintiblc foreste ot yellow our slestn wo wero suddenly startled woods by ji loud crashing in tho bushes on Writers on military sclcnco unite pine, cyprew and the hard In claiming thnt future battles will Arkansas and Eastern tho otlier side of tho bayou. Snatchcommon to ing up our rillcs, wo rushed to tho begin with a scries of hot skirmishTcins. water's edge just in tinio to see a es along the front. These skirmishCan bo procured on rcaronahlo and large black bear como out of tho es will gradually Incrcaso In heat advantageous terms. canebrake and walk leisurely to and tho number of combatants, reinforcements being sent'according to tho opposlto bank. Ho was evientire All Itnrftrnainrrt with final hnTFtirk. dently thirsty, aud had sought tho circumstances, until the will bo front used cool waters of tho bayou Instead of is iuvolved. Artillery alaon aalritn the easier-obtainebut hot and as far as possible, but after tho bat-tl- o the is fully under way little use can staguant, lake water. As ho had not yot caught sight of us wo con- bo mado of cavalry savo In outflanking. Tho day of charges In wars Is Ask your nearest Ticket Agent lor cluded to await developments beover, on account of tho Incrcaso of inn pa, time tables, etc., and writo to fore attempting to seouro so enviarango and effect In cannon and rifles. ble a prize. any ol the following lor all informaLlttlocan be predicted of future batThobcarcllinbedlntoalowtroothat tion you may dceiro concerning the grow out of the side of tho bank, and tles beyond opening, inasmuch as trip to tho Great Southwest. proceeded to crawl out on u stout tho rest must now bo learned by exR. T. O. MATTHEWS, limb overhanging tho bayou. Ills periment. weight bent tho thick limb till It Dis't Pflsa. Agt., Louieqille, Ky. Some Day I. tipped Into the water, and tho bear E. W. LaBEAUME, Somo day it will bo a penal offense G. P. &Tkt. Agt., St. Louis, Mo. squatted himself on tho Interlacing for a woman with a cough to sit branches and began lapping vigor-ouslsermon. Somo J. A. EDSON4 So eagerly did ho drink and through a lecturo or a will be a capital ofTonso for Gen'l Supt., Texarknna, Tor. so intently wero wo watching htm day it woman to bring her baby Into anythat. neither noticed a fierce swirling a one's houso or oflleo without special of tho water just below until a long invitation. Somo day it will mean black snout shot suddenly from for a woman to talk tho surfneo and two gleaming social ostracism about her ailments. Somo day it rows of tooth closed on tho ojection from tho theater G. muzzlo of tho bear. Tho will mean for tho woman who has "seen tho shock of this unexpected onslaught (The Mississippi Valley Route.) play be'oro" to toll every dotal! of it was so sudden that tho bear had no TO boforo tho curtain rises. Somo day timo to clinch his hold oil tho tree, will mean Instant arrest for a CIN. and so ho tumbled headforemost. it LOUISVILLE, EVANSVILLE, woman to mount tho elevated steps o turning a Into tho water and, a projecting umbrella beneath ANDALLPOINS EAST. somersault, fell on his baok at with arm. And then tho mlllcnlum her from tho alligator. 601110 distance will havo arrived. TO In falling ho had jerked himself Woman Lawyer In Washington. Nbw Or- - freo from tho alligator's teeth, and Memphis, Vickslwrg, now ho began to mako frantic effort's Ono of the most successful lawyers AND ALL POINTS SOUTH. to swim to shore. Dut tho alligator, In Washington is Mrs. )Cllen Spenhis tail, was upon cer Massoy, tho widow of the late with ono flirt of TO him again, this tlmo seizing him by Oon. Massoy, who had an extensive Chicago, a forepaw aud crushing it likd an law Cairo, St- Loois, practice in that city. During eggshell. We could hear the bones his life, although not generally ALL POINTS NORTH AND crack. Tho bear uttered a tcrrlfio known as a member of tho firm, slid AND WEST. howlof pain aud rage, and with his dld'much of tho office work at homo, other paw gavo tho alligator a blow' assuming at his death the cutiro Connecting at Memphis with through which sent his long body flying practice. Sho comes of a n trains to, all points in through tho air for aconsidcrablo dis- family, being the daughter of the late tance This short resplto tho boar Piatt U. Spencqr, the originator of utilized in paddling violently for tljo the Spcncerian system. snore, for ho was at a deadly disad. Rates, Tickets, and all information Stated meeting of the Hartford vantage in tho water against tho will bo furnished on application to lightnlug speed of tho alligator In his Lodge, No. 675, IJ. & A. Masons, first month. All your nearest ticket agent. native element. If ho could only Monday night in eachattend regular. to thoslioro, it would soon bo "his brethren are invited Moonn, W. M. T. B. LYNCH, gain W. H. clonic" for tho alligator cannot turn G.P. A., Douisville. Ky. II. WwkhiIKIuku, Scc'y. Weak Lungs Scott's Emulsion Hereditary Weakness ttPfe 1 Ra-V- tf. aora-aea- a, a preo-km.- Cotton Belt Route Arkansas, Texas con-dtt'o- 1 Two Daily Thaws . Great Southwest. d Gotton Belt Route 0. & S. W; R. R. 90111-plot- . wcll-k'jow- Arkansas and Texas also received by the United Statc3 Treasury from day to day nt its average gold market value during the proceeding thirty days in the principal money centres of the world say in New York, Paris, London and Berlin. National paper currency to be issued in payment for said bullion, of denominations from one dollar to one thousand dollars, as pteferred by the seller, payable on demand either in gold coin or in silver bullion ou the day of redemption, at the option of the government. The nd vantages of this systen'are these: t. It would establish a permanent use for all silver of American production on an equality with our present gold coin, and a permanent use for gold on an equality with silver bullion, as the joint basis of American currency. 2. It would keep all the gold and silver mines at .work, with the gurau-t- y of a permanent cash market for both metals as money the ratio of one metal to the otlier, in the absence of an international agreement, beinj left to regulate itself. 3. It would preserve the existing gold standard. 4. It would establish a permanent national paper currency based upon gold aud silver bullion actuality in in the hands of the government, a currency incapable of fluctuations in value or of sudden expansion or contraction. 5. With the development of the mines of gold and silver this representative National currency would grow more abundant, keeping pace with the growth of population, and inasmuch as coin is no longer used or needed except for small change in the daily transactions of business, gold coin or silver bullion would never be called for except in limited amounts, occasionly, for the settlement of international balances. The government guarantee backed by the metals themselves would remain in the vaults, while the representative paper currency wouldcirculate in their stead. 6. Under this system no lnrge permanent gold reserve and no new issue of government bonds would be needed. The option of redeeming Us currency with gold or silver bullion at its market value would protectthe government against nny combination to advance or depress the relative value of cither metal. This is the only plain way by which can be obtained. The objection of merchants, manufactur they are attached breast to breast, by bono nnd Intestinal connection. FRIEXII.HIIll' UlIlTKVIt. Henry D. Dlack, of Boston, Mass., School at this place, under the su- So that If food bo given to ono tho o suggests the following plan: is satisfied, aud if pervision of Carl Soper, closed De- otlier is administered to ono tho The business of the country cannot cember 29. Mr. Soper gave general other Is affected, but not to thosamo recover from its present paralysis unsatisfaction. extent as tho one to which it was til Congress has defined by legisfation James Buckby visited his brother, given. The most curious circumthe exact meaning of the two words Alfred, stance is that when a sentence Is berecently. "dollar" nnd "tariff." Of the Eld. Robt.J. Brandon returned from gun by one child the other frequenttwo a definition of the "dollar" is by Daviess county Monday, where he ly finishes it. When sleeping, ono far the more important. child lies on her back and the otlier had gone to fill his appointment. The repeal of the purchising clause on her side, which gives an Idea of Mrs. Maiy Crowe, who has been the greai flexibility of tho connecof the Sherman law did not settle the very low with lung trouble for some tion. silver question. It merely terminated time, is no better. The children seldom quarrel, but a compromise. It put an ml to a G. D. Royal, candidate for Asses- when younger their proceedings truce between two conflicting quessor, stopped Monday night with Isaac wero not marked by that agreement tions, and brings us face to face with which they have since learned to bo Westerfield. the inquiry: What shall the AmeriDied, January 27, Ivy Kelley, of essential to their circumstances. As can dollar represent? I.iketheiepealof consumption. The remains were in- might bo expected, when their rethe old Missouri compromise it clears" terred in the family burying ground lations becamo strained there was considerable tension between them, the deck for action. Hut the battle is the next day. Beatrice. but wheu it gradually dawned upon still to be fought. A majority of their growing intelligences that Congressmen arc avowed Olil Dr. nriiminniiil. when 0110 was hurt tho other had to They believe that in' this the' repreof patient study and cry out of sheer sympathy, a musent a majorty of the American peo- give,u to the world a tual' understanding was arrived at pie. The advocates of hgold stand- preparation which is an absolute cure that "rows" should bo discontinued, ard have demonetized silver. A for every form of Kheitmatfsm. Ask and now balmy peaco reigns susettlement of thosilvcr ques- your druggist for it, and do not take preme. They havo been taught tion can de effected on the following anything else, for nothing else is as English nnd, although they do not basis: good. If your druggist has not got it speak it freely as yet, tlicy seem to Gold bullion can be received and write to the Drummond Medicine Co., understand it fairly well. It is likely that tho children will coined as at present, and paid for by Maiden Lane, New York, and be taken on a tour through Amerthe Government, when desired, in they will send you lull particularsand ica, so that tho public may sco this national paper currency. All silver testimonials of wonderful cures, to- Interesting freak of nature. Phrenbullion of American production to be gether with special instructions. ological Journal. med-lelnAfter-year- s satis-tactor- ers and bankers to" the free coinage of silver nt any fixed ratio to gold, is AXIlilUCAN JJCONOMIST. the belief that 111. re cannot be Jwo It legal standards in operation nt the "Windy" Wilson, heed thy prayer, same time without thereby creating Thou and Grovcr, precious pair, a practical mouomctnli.sm of the cheapTake good advice nnd have n care, er metal, thus reducing the value of Let the people's will be done. the dollar and at the same timecxcln-diu- g "Windy" Wilson, let them work, the other metal. But there That's a thing they can)ibt shirk, should be little or no opposition to a Let labor be where idlers lurk, system, which, while maintaining Let the people's will be done. the existing gold standard, establishThey love McKinley more than thee in the shape es practical For his well known honesty; of a notional currency payable cither Ad valorous must not be, Let the people's will be done. in gold coin or its equivalent on the day of redemption in silver bullior. Kobber barons must Thee, their chief, the, country's bane, Many women find great difficulty Never raise tjiy head again in arranging their hair becomingly, Till the people's will, be done. because of its harsh and coarse textRob the many I robber thou, ure. By the use of Ayer's Hair VigCall to mind Chicago's vgw, or, the hair becomes soft, pliant, and Hear the hungry clamor How, glossy. The Vigor is the mostclean-l- y Let the people's wil"be done. Of all hair preparations.' Lead them through this wilderness, Relieve them from theirdire distress, A Itrnnnlol 8.100 Thou hast caused this idleness. Will be given for any case of RheuLet the people's will be done. matism which cannot be cured by Avoid protection's ragged edge, Drummond's Lightning Remedy.The "Windy" Wilson, thou shoudst hedge, proprietors do not hide this offer, but Heed the Windy City's pledge, print it in bold type on all1, their Let the people's will be done. wrappers, printed matter, and Robber barons must be caught, through the columns of newspapers Teacher Wilson must be taught everywhere. It will work wonders That his tariff bill is naught, The people's will must be done. one bottle curing any ordinary case. If the druggist has not got it, he will order it or it will be sent to any adCURRENCY QUESTION. dress by express on receipt of price, together with special instructions for Itl'iiirfnlllani nn n tfntil Nfnniliirl A use. Drummond Medicine Co., 0 .iitloiuil I'nrri'iiry Krilrrinntilti In n Jltl Coin or 11 IZqtilf Maiden Lane New Yurk. Agents nlcnt In nllvrr millwanted. ion. avi 1,1, s, 48-5- Tiii:nt iiriiom:, CO Highest of all in Leavening Power. mitm j&&m .ABSOLUTELY PURE PROFESSIONAL Jiib, N. Ulcnn, Latest U. S. Gov't Report M o p o o o S9 THE ORISSA TW1JN8. Bono nnd Intestinal Connootlcn Attach Thorn to Eaoh Otljor. Fonnttltititfl CARD. J.N. It. Wnldlng--. Iliala of tho Blamcno Itofa Ono Can Kitt for Ilolh A Sentence Ilegun by Ono Often Concluded LAWYERS, HARTFORD, KY. (Office, -- GLENN &WDDING, orer An.lemon'a Bazaar.) (D 3 H B ly tho Otlier. Tho Introduction of tho famous Siamese twins to the public was attended with great surprise nnd curiosity. But since then there havo been several examples of twins united by bands of flesh or bono that rendered them inseparable by any device known to surgery. Everybody has seen the colored girls who sing nnd dance, and that double-heade- d boy wonder that walks on but otio pair of legs. Recently a fresh lnstanco of conjoined duality has come to notice. They nro tho Orissa twins, having been born In that part of India. They aro girls, and are named Radica and Doddlca, now being about four years old. Unlike the Siumeso and colored twins ' Will practice their profession in all the courts of Ohio nnd adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given to criminal practice and collections. piBY E. D. OUFFT. Taim.es .&.. Szaaltli, jJT if IIARTI'OItn, KY. Will practico his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office cast side of publio square. B. D. RINGO 1 o P s 3Cart5rid, lEonru.clcjr. nitinva uiuvjd afc1 iaw, O Wilt practice m all courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, Superior ColCourt and Court of Appeals. lections and all legal business attended to. Office 329 E. Market St. B. GO - : E. H. WEDDING, Attorney at Law, Beaver. Dam, Ky. Will practico his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. HARTFORD, KY. Will practico his profession in all tho Courts ot Ohio nnd adjoining counties, and in the Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, in County Attorney's office, in Court House. Lawyer Perry Westerfield, y Attorney at Law. Beaver Dam, Kv. 48-5- 0 Agents watited. A Moan and Cruel Sport. i- - g. Feiikuakv. Among the contents of "toimsttes" for February arc par- as long'ngo as 1883, Is viewed with "Tho strong public disapproval. offense- mado punishable' said Lord Balfour, when ho introduced in tho houso of lords tho measure for tho "was prohibition of pigeon-shootinnot tho shooting at a bird, but tho TAYI.OII MINKS. Feb. 1. Work is dull and mud is shooting at a bird out of a trap or other contrivance. There was a plentiful aiid sickness is great, diffcrenco botween confining a Mr. Riley Hughes and family left bird In a trap for tho purposo of yesteday for Hardin county, where shooting at It and seeking It In a they will make their future home. wild state. " Westminster Review. The school, under the management Homo for Epileptic Children. of Prof. J. L. Rogers, closed yesterTho Queen- - of Saxony takes a day. The exercises in the afternoon o warm and uctivo Interest In tho were nice. The scholars showed that During of epileptic children. their time had not been spent in vain. present year tho queen intends At 6:30 o'clock the bell began to rtlio opening a homo for them, which will ring and the crowa began to gather be tho first in the country; its poand in a few minutets the house was sition will bo closo to tho capital, crowded. At 7:15 the house was call- and a prominent doctor, Robert ed to order by Prof. Rogers, with a Klcnim, physician to the court, Is few remarks when Prof. Ray began assisting tho queen In thi carrying in his energetic way und told them of out of her plan. The Dresden homo the necessity and importance of n will be arranged in a similar manner to that founded by Fru Ebba Ramthorough Mental, Moral and Physicsay In Sweden, who has dono so al education. His speech was full of much for epileptics, and whoso truths, glory and grandeur. In this respect is known Next came Mr. Hocker with his also In Germany. cheerful words and affectionate feeJoan of Arc. lings, explaining the" benefits that are "What a wonderful girl," deiived from a good education. His tho enthuslastlo professor talk was interesting to all that heard of history, "was Joan of Arc. Think him. Next came Prof, Rogers with a of her leaving her peasant homo and few well chosen woido, thanking the going out, as ono Inspired, to lead gentlemen for their kind assistance tho armies of France. Was sho and the patrons for their hearty co- ordinary flesh and blood? Was sho operation they have given lorthe suc- human? Who knows what sho was cess of the school, after which the made of?" "I do," solemnly remarked an crowd was dismissed by prayer from Prof, Ray. The crowd returned to earnest student at tho foot of tho of Orleans." their homes feeling that it was good class. "Sho was .Maid, Detroit Freo Press. Ri'.ux. to have been there. g, do-eldwel-fur- evening dresses which its readers will be quick to imitate in what they will find needful for the functions of the season. Fancy dresses also in varied forms illustrate the attention which the publishers devote to the wants of the season. The magazine is more completely in touch with the taste of American women than any other we know, its reward being the confidence and steady support ot all who rccieve it. It is the Journal of fashion which every woman should have as the book for reference. It can be obtained from all Newsdealers, or direct from Toilettes Publishing Co., 126 West 23d Single copies 15 St., New York. cents. Yearly subscriptions $3.50. ty, reception and By far tho meanest, most cruel and most demoralizing forms of sport at present tolerated by tho law aro those which consist In tho shooting, hunting or baiting of certain "wild" animals, which aro not pursued or killed in a truo state of nature, but aro first captured and confined in somo eago or inclosuro In order that they inuy bo afterward turned out and ' worried for the of amusement the assembled ' waif i DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Is prepared to do all kinds of Dental work at reasonable prices. "sportsmen." togothcr with Is a example of thlsdebaslngclass of pastime, and, as was shown by tho division list of the house of commons Pigeon-shootiu- all kinds of trap-shootin- well-know- n lark I ieitk, The Leading Photographer. Pictures la Srerr Stile and Sut, jQrOld Pictures Copied and Enlarged A SPECIALTY. 108J Main Street. B7m6 0 WEN8B0J10, ST I.OOIS ATS1X.R.M I.UIMVII.IE,Mr. Lo.i.Till9, St, 1 Lvi I tn. liluj No. 61, , SCUEDULK IN EFFECT WEST UOUNO. Lr. Loultvllle Went Point. ... Brandenburg Irtlnuton e)henfKirt -- . NOV.t 1, 1191. Na.M, Dally. Dallj. 7:13 a. m. 6:25 p, m. 8:11 a. m. 7:20 . n. 9:17 a. m. 8.07 p. m. U: a, in. p. m. .31 p. m. 10:23 a, in. 10:11 11:39 Clomport HawetTille....... Learliport Owentboro Hpotlanlle Ar, Ilrnderaon EASTI10UND. a.m. 11:11a. in, 10:10 p. 12: 18 s40. . . a. in. 10.34 p. aa. p. m. 11:11 p. ra. 1:01 p. m. U.Mp.aa. 1:24 p. n. 12.20 a. m. No, S3, Ho.M, Dally. Daily Lt. 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I.oulitille, Ky, t curtd at bora llffOLWO OundOpInJUHabH- -j with- - 1 aWnisMC- -atLM.WfXtLLZV.I tlcnlanaaatn WWl-a- outpaln-llook- AtUtnU, Ota. OlfieoliWK U. 0. 'airiifi laiiitaj j jjajl fill" ri.aaHai . ,t - it. - :vtawanym.'r,tf eShitflS!? 1 A Hartford Republican PUBLISHED EVKKY FRIDAY MORNING. Irt. II. KOMl'.ltK, . Ktlitor Mil Proprietor' Kkiday, FnimUAUY 9, 1894. o Special Notice! Wc have just perfected arrangements wherobp wo enn furnish Tub Repuiilican ntul the Loui8villo Weekly Commercial both year the of Tin: for jrice g alone, $1.25. Besides one of the best mul most reliable papers published, The Commercial contains the political cartoons of that great artist, Mr. George Kerr, which in themselves are worth the price charged for both papers, Ik yoii want the news of Ohio county and the rest of the world every week, subscribe for The Hartford Repuhlican and cither the Louisville Commercial, The New York Tribune for only or the Chicago Inter-Ocea- n 31.25. Subscribe at once. bo-in- d I! jams lifted Mr. Wilson on their shoulders and carried him down the nisle to the Democratic cloak-room- .' "If Messrs. Tucker, Bryan and Williams had the slightcstconccption of the public sentiment concerning this absurd measure, they would linve been otherwise enjfaged than in carrying Mr. Wilson on their shoulders down the aisle of the House. "If the Senate should pass the bill, Messrs. Tucker, Bryan and Williams would be able to carry on their shoulders nil that would be left of the Democratic party when the polls close on election day next November. The noise that this mutual admiration so- -' cicty were nble to make over one another in the House is mistaken by them for popular enthusiasm. Wc commend them to the refrain of the song, "Oh, what a difierence in the OOSSIP. The Fordsville School, in charge of those two excellent young men, from Breckinridge, Prols. S. W.Pate and V. J. Jnrboe, has closed after a very .successful session. Prof. Pale remains Jar-bo- c in Fordsville while Prof. returns to Hardinsburg. It was expected that one of them would stay, but every body supposed that under the circumstances it would be F. J., but when he left he assured his friends that he would return soon and often, A the window; Two little feet tiptoe; Fycs open wide as they peer outside In search of a form they know. face at A face ot weary wonder; A little tongue all dumb, While to and fro the people go, little morning!" I'ollllciil Outlook. Ceualvo, Ky., Feb. 5. Never in the history of our country has the Republicans party such a chance to win as they have in the coming November election. The Democrats promised when they came into power that they would give us better times. Hut some of our Democratic friends tell us they have done nothing. Let me say you are mistaken, they have caused manufactories to be shut down; they have caused thousands of workmen to be thrown out of employment; they have caused thousands of women and children to cry foi bread--, and yet notwithstanding all to this great disaster and down-fal- l American people the grand declaration that some of our Democrats can make is that we will still support our nominees, but we are proud to say that some of the good Democrats arc tired of sin and say they will support the ticket no longer. Then Republicans let us be encouraged, let us ever be mindful of our duty, let us stand up for our rights, let us all turn out to our Precinct Convention and help name our nominees. It is a duty wc owe to ourselves, our wives and our children; let us do our whole duty and victory will most assuredly crown our efibit at the next November election. Hoping that every Republican will turn out to the Precinct Convention and his pledges at the November election, is the wish of A RKl'UllI.lCAN. But the right one docs not come. A little face transfigured; A cry that is low und sweet, And a merry laugh to telegraph The joy to the tiny feet. The face is gone from the window; And, toddling over the floor, He lauging goes, for the baby knows Somebody's at the door. I have noticed all along that when we have an entertainment of any drcd dollars in silver that Ben Cox hid there many years ago and never could find. I favor 'Squire Rowc's plan of making his own cigars, as I favor home industry arid protection, from a cambrick needle to the largest sized Ocean Steamer and am opposed to robber tarilTnnd free trade in America, Now, Mr. Gossipcr, owing to the scarcity of money aud the certainty or the uncertainty of the passage of the Wilson bill, I have to ask you to announce me and wait for your pay until I am elected, then you shall have the first money my office brings me, however I may have some money soon, as I am solicited by my many friends to assist them in the primary and convention, aud if it would suit you better, I will, if elected, appoint you my own special Commissioner to settle all matters that may arise from the moving of Green and Rough Rivers, also, arising controversies1 about the size and length the 'Squire's cigars are to be. Respectfully, Sam Wam.ach. P. S. Any communications asking patronage must be accompanied by by the cash. S. W. Feb. 5. The Hartford Herald in a recent issue under the caption of "Place the blame where it belongs," charges the present unprecedented business depression to Republican legislation. Now for the blame It was predicted by the wisest Republi can statesmen before the last Presi- dential election that if the govern- merit was given into the hands of the Democratic party that a cyclone of devastation would sweep the business prosperity of this country into the Pacific Ocean and leave unused ma- chine shops, smokeless smoke-stack- s and thousands of idle workmen to mark its disastrous course. The pre- dictions have been too truly verified. Bradstreet's Review of Trade, at the beginning ot the year, said the business prospects of the country never opened more auspicious and hopeful Hum on the first of January, 1S93, and never closed more disastrously If the authenticity of the Scripture depended upon the verification of its prophecy, the untnentioned prophecies arc surely entitled to weighty Friday, Saturday mtd Sunday. Miss Minnie Maddox, Rockport, spent Sunday with Miss Klla Sow-der- s. Beaver Dam has a new It .rhor. He has opened up his shop in t'le upper story of the building on tho coiner of Sccoudnnd Lalayette Slncts, nmldoes the very best of woil', s:osas the youngsters of our town. SCIIOOf. NOTlKi. T We will send you Q UdJlTJSR ITIIK REPORT OV . The Republican and Beaver Dam the Louisville Weekly Commercial both DEPOSIT At tho Closo of Businoss on one year for $1.25. 23d day of Docom- bor, 1893. QUARTERLY REPORT oi' j.nu mi Misses Htttie Martin, and Sue Mon- roe, Messrs Randolph Wedding, Tom Brown, Alvin Johnson and Jnnics DulT visited their parents Saturday nul S't'H-y- . rues J. T. Mirtin nul J. II. Nave spcrt !'n 'ay Mortii'tg with u". Mr. Kllis Mitchell, SntphurSprlngs, and Miss l.oh Risii'.-ro-- . Taylor Mines, Mesd svi.riti'it Kvuisus. entered school Monday morning. Misses Daisy Stevens and Tommie Cooper visited the school Tuesday afternoon. The pupils in Prof Ray's room had Wedquite a nice time nesday and Thursday. Dclila Stevens, B?rtic Smith, Nicholas Ihrrnss are now students in the Primary Department. Many were absent Wednesday on account ol the rainy weather. snow-balling Arm:. N The Wilson Bill by a majority of passed the House r. Do you know you sixty-fou- There are so far (57 announced ft candidates in the county 13 Demo crats, 23 Republicans aud 1 Independent. 0 4J The Grayson EagU is the name of a new Republican paper published at Leitchfield by Messrs. G. W. Long and L. C. Newman. In its very first Issue it is a model country paper, and we wish it a long and prosperous career. The country needs more such papers. as though the silver-tongulibertine from the Lexington District will bo returned to Congress by or will at least be his party. The case as it now stands is a disgrace to the State, but to have his record indorsed by the people of his district would be insult added to injury. What au object lesson for the American youth. It now looks ed kind here the Beaver Dam people patronize it liberally, and again, I have noticed that our people scarcely ever return the kindness. Not a few times have I complained of this and remarked that wc should do better than that. Aud it is with pleasure, I now state that quite a considerable number of young people had arranged to attend the Oyster Supper at Beaver Dam Saturday night. The very bad weather, however, prevented their attending. This mutual intercourse is quite the thing and should be cultivated, as I believe it will be henceforth. . ' I i I can get'I lie Ilarlfoi Republican and the Louisvilic Weekly Commercial, coatain-in- g tho cartoons of George Kerr, both one year for $1.5. Subscribe at once. Having had an cxccllcntseason"on the road" with my splendid photographing outfit I have now established my gallery permanently 41V m v ...... 1, ;,. .,.,. .... 11 .... . 1. fuj!v to,,,,,,,;,! 'for do'hV all j kinds cf photographic work. Cabi- net photo's a specialty. Instantaneous photographs ol children. Call and mc my work. Very tiuly. A. D. Taylou. At Homo. N 0 4 PJ The Louisville Commercial says: "According to the Home Market Bulletin, a Kentucky firm handling wagons and farm implements wrote to the Fiske Brothers Wagon "Company, of Racine, Wisconsin, that owing to tho hard times, the firm would have to omit placing its usual orders for wagons. The letter closed as follows: 0 H H " 'Wo of the South have beeu try- 0 ri ing for thirty years to get control of tho Government. We succeeded at last, and have held it for about six you months, aud now-i- f Republicans will take it oft our hands you are welcome to it,' " The Democratic press and speakers all over the laud in the Presidential Campaign of '92 promised to wipe out the last vestige of Protection at once if their party should be put in (1) in power. That party has had control of the entire Government machinery for nlmost a year aud they have so far been able to pass through one House of Congress only a hill denounced by conscientious DemoIcrats all over the country as a cowardly compromise with Protection. Poor old Democracy! How exceeding thorny thy path, how exceeding hard thy death. ir - h u (1) Last Saturday evening at St. 0 0 u H like those of whom the writer speaks. What we need to do is to let ouruion-e- y go more for the interest of our own i race and not all for the whites. If some of our colored people would H quit being "deluded" by the white d) Democrats, perhaps they would not have to spend money for such infamous bills being passed by the Legr. islature and being signed by the Aud as for Col. Ingersoll having nothing to do or say with the matter, we have some one else's word wlucli will go lurtlicr witli us I thank than the Herald writer's. God that there arc men among the d) colored race that can interpret the A liriiinvi-iiti- f I Voire. law and the Constitution as well as l.OUISVILLK COMMKKCIAL. The Cincinnati Ivntiuirer has been the whites, aud if you Democrats "T" for two generations a sort of bible of will give us our just dues we will not Democracy for a large section of ter- sue for them, but it you don't we have ritory in Kentucky. Kxcept au oc-J- k the money to sue for them. casional growl, in our esteemed ty Attorney, was mixing with his neighbor, the Louisville Post, under I am just in receipt of the followRepublican friends here last week. I'rrt t'litlnii It Heller late prependicular management, ing interesting communication which Mr. James White, who has been have heard no imputations against Than cure, and tltose who are subject explains itself: quite sick for the past two weeks, is the true Democracy of the Kuquirer, to rheumatism can pievcnt attacks by RosiNii, Ky., February 5, 1894. somewhat better. blood pure and free from Mrs. M. K. H'odo and yet and yet Seeing the anthe Kuquirer keeping the Mk. Gossii'Hk. g D. E. Daughcrty and wife ate much StonutvHll, Tumi. qJJ Thursday expressed itself, formally the acid which causes the disease.a nouncement of Dr. W. Alexander and better at this writing. You can rely upon Hood's Sarsaparil-laud editorially, in regard to the pas-(- 1 'Squire W. I. Rowe, I thought it not Mr. John R. Albiti, Bai.etown, was as a remedy for rheumatism aud improper for sage of the Wilson Dill through the me to announce myself in our town on busiues Wednesday. also for every form ofscrofu-1n- , as a candidate, not for "J House of Representatives in manner catarrh, the office to Mr. Hiram Pike and wife, of near Kldnoy and Llvor Trouble salt rheum, boils aud other dis- which they aspire, but you may anand form following, under the head, Cromwell, visited the family of Mr. and Nervous Dobllity eases, caused by impure blood. It nounce me a candidate subject to A "A Pool's Paradise:" the Ben Daughcrty Thursday. tones and vitalizes the whole system. action of nny party, and I pledge myL "The scene in the House of Kepre-- i Mr. Virgil Cook Glllstrap was in 10 Years of 8uf faring Ended by sentatives yesterday upon the conclti-- ' Taking Hood's. self to visit the blind tigers as fast as our town Saturday. Rii'acimi'.nto. Hood's Pills are easy and gentle "0. 1. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.! sion of the debate on thetariff bill was I can, not with a view of bursting up affect. "TI10 eHecti of Hood's Hnrsauarllla In my c in hysterical in the extreme. The con-- I their business, for they have no bus- iikavmi iiaji liavo been truly marvcloiiit. It far surpasiuj 'eluding speech was made by Mr. Wil- Thd oyster supper and candy pttl uny other mcdlclno I havo ever taken. For 18 iness. letriti mate, but to warn them years I wan troubled with torpid liver, kidney d nt the Masonic Hall was a 8011, who occupies the bad eminence against the indignation of a much Il trouMo nnd nervous debility, and was of the authorship of the bill. The people. I favor Dr. Alcxan-- 1 ed success, and notwithstanding the I A Holploss Invalid. ,i,.r'c cMir... 10 r.f,...wv.t.f, r., ,rtv w ( uivi.ii i ricl e i lient weather the manaccracut I have beon taking I lode's Sarsniarlllii for three) I press report says: ww. WMV..W...W ... ..j.m. yfl " 'Members threw papers and rec- River, and yould suggest to the Dr was well pie. tsed with the financial months and I feci that I am cured. I feel better now than for thank i"co " 0 tlie entertainment mm a i (loir flrst. for havoi. rami,sixteen j, years. I Si Co.. ords into the air and cheered, ladies to extend his plan so as to move my win I Hood second, fur flood's SarsapArlllu. I have recom- guests weie well entertained. Rough River, commencing above the the in the gallery waved their handkerJ5- - pte preached nn Hartford Water Mill, running a J Kcv- chiefs, and amid the excitement Mr. of Arkansas, rushed up line, as near as possible, to citing sermon toau attentive aulience HBrcckenridge, mended It to nil my neighbors and several ot and put his arm around the mouth ol No Creek, thereby sav-- . Sunday night at the School Hall. them are iisIiik Hood's Hnrjaimrllla with good Itlnii results. Misses Jennie Cnscbitr and Ella did at 40.'fI nin M yearn old and feel better than I his neck, This excited tremendous ire liroVcn down l.oniPersons or lioiuchold ing much expense in Locks and Dams, overwork lilts. 1!. Wade, Stoneuull, Tenn. w llrown's Iron Hitters besides draining a vast body of land, Wade, of Rockport, were the guests I". ' enthusiasm. Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptly and remove ex. relmlMi tho tyttom, " 'Messrs. Tucker, Bryan and Will- - ni.Mi)f title. uuil curealii iHnotloii, (IiokvuiiIdk and maybe they would find one hun- - of their sister, Mrs. D. J, Coleman, efficiently, on tho liver aud bowels. 25c. J( uialurk. UC ri Louis, William Phipps, who had assaulted 11 young woman, was shot perhaps fatally by a sister of the girl ho had assaulted. Sunday, morning at Scottsboro, Ala., tho Skeltou brothers shot and instantly killed D. C. Ross for ruining their sister. To read fuch tragic ends of such consummate villiaiiB is quite refreshing, but now and then villainy gets the best of such encounters. Monday at Mt. Sterling Capt. J. L. Bowmar, whose wife had been seduced by II. Clay Turner, attacked the latter, who was accompanied by two friends. Turner and his two friends turned upon Bowmar and shot him to death, not, however, until Bowmar had crippled 0110 of the men aud put three balls over Turner's heart, tho balls lodging in n hook which should have been iti the other pocket. About the strangest thing connected with the life of young folks is the seeming fact that the lazier a beau the worse company he keeps and the more depraved he is in his life the more popular he is with a class that constitute at least fifty per cent of all young women. Girls, you had better let the lazy, depraved beau alone. Hail. Aot ( ill ! Tie on to a sober, honest fellow with I see in last week's Herald that a big heart in him, even if he is a some one of the Anglo-Saxon- s has little awkard at first. He's the only called us "a deluded fellow that is safe to tie to. set of people." I will admit that the colored people are deluded, but by I fail to understand why New York, whom? By parties of the white race. Berlin or Paris would not as well, And that is why we are organizing but it is a fact, nevertheless, that with ourselves into coach the Beaver Dam girls "London" is Leagues. The colored people have away out of sight. arrived at a point where they are going to look after their own interest I met a little maiden on the stair, and not depend altogether on the With rose-bulips, blue eyes, and white race. We don't ask the writer golden hair; about the welfare of colored people I barred the way, and laughingly I said, being bettered by this bill being en"You can't go by until the toll is forced. I know what the accommopaid." dation was to ladies or gentlemen regardless of color. We were not less She paid the tribute with bewitching grace; liable to be insulted by "the not alAnd fain a second kiss front that ways polite or considerate traveling sweet face public of the white race," than the white ladies and gentlemen for we Would I have snatched, but miming by, rode where they did, if we had sense She paused not till she heard my enough not to be, deluded by the heart-fel- t sigh. brake man or conductor, aud there are several of us who had sense Then, glancing round, she saw my enough not to be. And as far as the longing look, colored people of Hartford needing And said, "that kiss you hadn't necessaries of life, that may be true, 'oughter took, but we have never been so needy as For it was grandma's, and I have no to have to come to town and have more; contributions taken up for our supWhat shall I do when she comes to port through the winter, and none the door?" of us rarely ever go to the County "Dear child," I cried, "the kiss I House. Not a great many of the will not take, colored people are renters from the But give it back again, for grandwhite people. So the Herald writer ma's sake," can see that we are not quite so Aud once more I kissed the maiden needy as he represents us to be. We fair, own our homes aud sit by our own And she went up, aud I came down, fires and work for our living. God the stair. send that we had more young ladies s, Anti-Separad a, authority. Gov-eano- il Jj (I Now, as an integral ptrt of the Republican party I want no share in the responsibility for the suffer ings of the millions of honest, but idle, homeless, fuclless and breadlcss, worklcss people of the United States. The proposition upon which the Democratic party came into power was that the tariff laws of the Republican party were robbing the millions for the benefit of the few that it wa.s unconstntional and should be wiped from the Statute books of the United States. No sooner had the Democrat-part- y got settled in its ill fitting quarters of authority under promise to give the British workman the American's wages than the great furnaces cooled down and the powerful drive wheels stopped and the result need not be rehearsed since it has been seen and felt by the great body of our people. The relation of the proposition to the effect produced is as natural as it is for night to follow day. It is a little remarkable that the editor of the Herald should be so far in the rear of the advance of political thought as to charge the Republicans with the disused industries of the country. Thoughtful Democrats deserted that sham pretence long ago and since the Sherman silver law furnishes a scape-goa- t no longer charging it to the abominable Wilson law, which is neither protective enoutrh for the protectionists, nor free trade enough for the free traders aud is equally distasteful to the Populist and Mugwumps. The Democratic county candidates are being advised to quit the canvas and devote their time arid money to alleviating the sufferings of idle workmen, whose enforced idleness they Once upon a time a pretty Ohio have brought about at the polls in county girl, who tipped the beam at November, 1892. Resp'y, about one hundred four and forty, J. T. Wf.ddinc. married a man who couldn't muster No belter aid to digestion, over one hundred seven and ten No better cure for dyspepsia, pounds to save himself from being Nothing more reliable for biliouslittle. A good humored gentleman friend, who himmself weighed at ness and constipation than DcWitt's least two hundred, sent word to the Little Farly Risers, the famous little biidc that he had expected a woman pills. L. B. Bean. of her beauty and magnificent physicri.lNTNl'llIMiN. al proportions to choose a helpmeet Messrs. G. W. Mothershead and of more striking physique than the Granger Arbuckle, of Select, made a wee little mite of a man she had capbusiness trip to Fordsville last week. tivated aud made all her own, whereMr. James Houston, of near this upon the quick witted bride made re- place, is quite sick with pneumonia. ply to the cflcct that the most valuaMessrs. II. I). Smith, candidate for ble and precious articles were always Jailer, and G. D. Royal, candidate for put up in the smallest bundles and Assessor, of Fordsville, were mixing that her "hubby" was merely a case with their friends at thisplaceFriday. in point. M. L. Heavriri, candidate for Coun- Tho Hartford Ke-public- an and the Louisville Weekly Commercial, containing George Kerr cartoons, both one year for only $1.25 in advance. Send in your subscription. Dc Witt's Witch Hazel Salve cleanses, purifies and heals. It was made for that purpose. Use it for burns, KKaOURCKS. Loans and Discounts, less loans to Directors . .$54,127.50 Loans to Directors (officers 600.00 not included . OF Overdrafts, secured . . . 1,412.00 Overdrafts, unsecured . . 568.48 National Due At tho closo of Business on Due from State batiks Banks 15,759.11 from and tho 23d day of Docom- 108.00 Bankets Banking house ntul lot . . 3,000.00 bor, 1803. Specie L.VjS.97 Currency 5,017.00 RKSOUUCKS. Other items carried as cash 50.00 Furniture and Fixtures . . 1,500.00 Loans and discounts, less loans to Directors . . $68,30). So Taxes paid 134.05 Current expenses 1,768.56 Loans to Directors (officers . not include 1 406,00 $85,443.67 Loans to Officers 400.00 . . Overdrafts, secured 1,937.35 LIA1HLITIKS. Overdrafts, unsecured . . 437.06 Due from Nat. Banks . . 5.966,74 Capital stock paid in, in cash$25, 000.00 fund 5,250.00 Due from St'e ll'ksfc B'k'rs 483.28 Surplus . . 6,312.33 Banking house nnd lot . . 3000.00 Undivided profits . . 48,8 VM Stocks and Bonds. . . . 1,341.67 Due Depositors 50.98 Specie 2,718.78 DucSt'tebanks&St'tc b'k'rs Currency 2,260.00 $85,443.67 Iv.xchanges for Clearings . 2,145,59 Other items carried as cash 1,367.49 Statu oi' Kknti'ckv, 1 ss j Cou.ntv OI'OllIO. Furniture and Fixtures . . 1,000.00 kTnxcs paid M5-9John H. Barnes, Cashier of Beaver I Current expenses . . . . 1,088.50 Dam Deposit Hank, a bank located Other assets, ilebts in suit 698.54 and doing busiues in the town of Beaver Dam, in said county.bcing du93.7oi.77 ly sworn, says that the foregoing report is in all respects a true statement LIABILITIES. Cap'l stock paid in, in cash $30,000.00 of the condition of the said bank at Undivided profits . . . . 7,41.8.97 the ctosc ot business on the 23d day ol Dcccrulicr, 1893, to the best of his Deposits subjeeto chcck(oit which in. is not paid . 56,069.79 knowledge and belief; and further says Due National Banks . . . 81.63 that the business of said bank has namDue State banks nndbau'rs 131.38 been transacted at the location ed, and not elsewhere; and that the above report is made in compliance W.7"-7with au official notice received front Statu 01' Kentucky, ) ss the Secretary of State, designating Cou.ntv 01' Ohio. ) the 23d day of Deccnilwr, 1893, as the Sam K. Cox, President of Bank of day on which such report shall be Hartford, Ky., a Bank located ntul made. doing business in the town of HartSubscribed and sworn to before me ford, in said county. !eing duly sworn by John II. Harucs, the 30th day of says thai me loregoiug Keport - is ru December, 1893. Smii.nv Tavlok, I .? nil resuvcts a true statement nt tin- Dep. County Court Clerk. 'condition of the said Hank at the close I. P. Hausaui), President. . ....;.. .1 .i ..r wecciu- ri. ijm miMUL'SM u:i .1... -- iu (liiy ui i R. P. IIockku, Director. oer, i!03. to inc ucst 01 111s Kttowi- " Jno. H. IlAltNIW, edge and beliel; aud further says that the business of said Hank has beeu transacted nt the location named, and WHEN YOU GO TO 0WENSB0R0 not elsewhere: and that the above re-- CAM, ON- port is made in compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary of State designating the 23d lay of December, 1893, as the day on which such report shall be made. Subscribed aud sworn to leforc me by Sam K. Cox the 28th day of (i B.I.ikhns.C.O.C.C. 1S03. For the finest and ifost Artittii Work, Sam K. Cox, President, J.J. McilKNitv, Director, any she or tlyle, Fredcrica Si. , iri uxm " Joiin C. Thomas, inland Mi. 687 " J. S. Cou;man, M T ... ... . .... 7 -- j C.Theo.Cain, nnouncements Wi: aki: ArriiiiitizLii rou ror.vrv ri.Mtu. Wool) TlVSLLY ( j to announci: I'Oll ASMASOII, Wit AKi; Al'TIIOItllili TO ANNOUNCI! Dr.i: L. Milli:k As a candidate for County Court As a candidate for Assessor of Ohio Clerk, subject to the action of the county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Republican party. Wn Aim autiiohizi:i) to announci: cuts, bruises, chapped hands, sores WlJ Altli AIJTIIOItlZIIDTO ANN'Ol'NCi: of all descriptions ami if you have John M. I.hacii John W. Ticiiknok As a candidate for Assessor of Ohio piles use it for them. I.. B. Hcan. for County Court county, subject to the action of the As a candidate Clerk, subject to the action of the Re- Democratic party. publican party. We will send you The Republican and Cosmopolitan both one year for 2.00. MVDItMKIti:. The weather is cold again, but the ground is too soft for coasting and there is no ice to skate on, so we don't enjoy the mow as much ns we WlIAItli AUTIIOIIIZKII TO ANNOUNt'R We are authorized to announce N. 0. Da si 1:1. 1). M. Hocki'.u As a candidate for the office ol AssesAs a candidate for County Clerk of sor of Ohio county, subject to the acOhio county, subject to the action of tion of the Republican party. the Republican party. Wl? AKi: AUTIIOIU.lill To G. Davis Royal announck f s 10 it (oi.vrv Ji'Dut:. did last week. Mrs. Bruce, of Madisonville, was the guest of Mrs. Lishbrook Thursday. Miss Mantie Hicks has gone to Island to teach a music class. Messrs. I. B. Rowe and Ben Whiita- ker went to Hickman, the scene of the Mill explosion", last week. Mr, Will K. Wall, of Calhoon, was in town Saturday. Mr. and Sirs. J. W. Robinson, of Maxwell, spent Friday and Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Hackctt. The young folks had a pleasant party nt Mrs. Buckley's Monday evening. On the same evening Master Waymon Harris entertained his friends. Roxv. Wi: AKI'. AUTIIOHIZ15I) TO ANNoUXCT. Jons P. Morton to the As a candidate for the office of County Judge of Ohio county, subject to the action of the As a candidate for the office of Assessor of Ohio county, sttbjec.s to the action of the Republican party. il'IIH Ol'.VI'Y ATI'Oll.VIIY. WK AKK AUTIIOKIZKI) TO ANNOUNCK M. L. IlKAVKIN Republican patty. Wi: aiii: autiioiii.i:i Dan I- - Tuaoy to annou.nci: As a candidate for County Attorney of Ohio coniity, subject to the nction of the Uepublicau party. WK AIII? AUTHOKIZIill As a candidate for County Judge of Wl! AKK AUTIIOKIZKI) TO ANNOUNCK Ohio county, subject to the action J. A. Smith of the Republican party. As a candidate for County Attorney of Ohio county, subject to the action Wk aki: autiiouizudto annou.nci: of the Republican party. A. Pa UK J. Wl! AKK AUTHOItlZKI) to announci: As a candidate for the ofiiccofCounty Judge of Ohio county, subject to the K. P. Nk.m. action of the Republican party. As a candidate for County Attorney of Ohio county, subject to the action WK AKi: AUTIIOItlBIi TO ANNOUNCi: ol the Republican party. B. T. Williams As a candidate for County Judge of Wi: Am: AiiTHoitizi:i) to announci: P. L. Fkmx Ohio county, subject to the action of As a candidate for County Attorney the Democratic party. of Ohio county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. ron JAII.OU. , to announci: H. Asunv As a candidate for the office of J. Wll niii:iii-fAltK AUTHOItlZKI) TO ANNOUNCK rou of Ohio county, subject to the action As a candidate for Sheriff of Ohio of the Republican party and the will county, subject to the action of the of the people. Democratic party. Wit AUK AUTIIOKIZKI) TO ANNOUNCI'. Jailor J. I. Sti:vi:ns W. Black As a candidate for the office of John of Ohio county, subject to the action of the Republican party. . WlJ AUK AUTIIOKIZKI) TO ANNOUNCK Jailor Hartford Magisterial District, subject to the action of the Republican party. FOU AMtUNTll.tTi:. WlJ ARK AUTIIOKIZKI) TO ANNOUNCK J. C. ClIAMllKKLIAN As a candidate for Magistrate in the Hits A Helpless Invalid 1 In We will send you The Republican and Toledo Bade both one year for decid-abusc- . the ,i;, -- .... I I J $1.75. inter-straig- ht Hood'ssv Cures! J I Wc are authorized to announce S. T. Stkvkns of Ohio county, subject to the nction Of Cromwell, as a candidate for the of the Republican party. office of Magistrate in the Cromwell Magisterial District, subject to the Wi: auk auth6uizi:ii to announci: action of the Republican party. H. D. Smith We are authorized to announce As a candidate for Jailor of Ohio county, subject to the action of the ReJont U. Wilson publican party. Of Prentis, as a candidate for the office of Magistrate in the Cromwell Wn auk authoiiized to announci: Magisterial District, subject to the Gko. W. TlLLI'OItU action of the Republican patty. As a candidate for the office ol Jailor ot Ohio county, subject to the action We are authorized to announce D. J. Riioads of the Republican party. Of Beaver Dam, ns a candidate for We arc authorized to announce the office of Magistrate in the Rosine W. II. Lyons Magisterial District, subject to the As a candidate for the office of Jailer Republican party. of Ohio county, subject to the action of the Republican party. FOR C'OHO.i.'ll. Wk ark authoiuzed to announck We nre authorized to announce J. M, Caskiukr L. W. Hunt As a candidate for the office of Jailor As a candidate for Coroner of Ohio of Ohio county, subject to the action county, subject to the action of the of the Democratic party. Republican party. Wc are authorized to announce Wc are authorized to announce H. P. Watts G. C. WKSTItKPIKLI) As a candidate for the office of Jailer As a candidate for Coroner of Chio of Ohio county, subject' to the action of county, snbjcct to the action of the 01 me ucmocraiic party. Republican party. Jo. II. SANDKKl'UK As a candidate for the office of Jailor C Ml ait J Men's stylish suits r.t Fair Bios. PERSONAL Mr. C. R. Martin has the Mr. 15. I J & Co's. Big clothing sale going on now nt Fair Bros. & Co's. mumps. W. Taylor, Greenville, is in ' I 0F GRATITUDE. Blest be the ties that bind The people to our store; find, They are so good, We'll advertise for more. i. S1IV Since by this means they came, We mean to hold them there, And strive to make our name, Familiar everywhere. Tlus is why ths Peoplo ft Courteous treatment. One price to all, Goods the best, Prices the lowest. Do You Want Some of the same kind of treatment? If you do, buy your Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, &c, from FAIR BROS. & CO Leaders in all lines. Kridav, I'RiinrAKV 9. '&) Hull wants a few small fat hogs. Hall keeps all kinds of fresh meat. , The best shoes for the least money ami largest Etock is at Carson & Go's. Hsll keeps the wonderful Japanese Oil ami all kinds of patent medicines. A. R. Carson, Hartford's liiuMing groccry'iunn, is still with the Hit, store of Carson & Co. Mrs. C. Z. Mc.Million has purchased the Jasper I'ord pioperly atllcflin. Consideration $340. Mr. Thomas O. llakcr Is connected with the firm of Carson & Co., and would be pleased to have his friends give him a call. Ixxly wants an Umbrella, and we have n stock of 300 to select Irom. Cakson & Co. The time has jnst come when eveiy Prof. Alfouzo Rogers closed a very successful school at No. 25, on last Friday night with a very pleasant entertainment. An infant child of James Harris, Horton, died Monday night and was buried at the Milton Taylor graveyard Tuesday evening. The school at lluford, conducted by Prof. John II. Harnes, closed last Friday night with a big exhibition Prof. Barnes has taught a good bdiool. The Masonic Indies will give nn Oyster Supper at Masonic Hnll on night week, the 17th inst., for the benefit of the Hall. This is a very worthy object, and the people of town should patronize it liberally. Mr. C. I. Miller delivered n very earnest lecture at the C. I'. Church last Sunday on "Man's Duty to Him-sel- f, his Fellow Man and his God." He will lecture again on the firstSun-da- y in March. C. Woodwnrd, who has been engaged in F. W. Yciser's blacksmith shop for the past few months, will ? 5 j J. leaveSundayiorl'leasant Ridge, where he has accepted n position in the the blacksmith shop of Bud Yeiscr. w: A Mr.' L. W. Hunt, of Ivast Hartford Precinct, is the first starter in the race for the Republican nomination Mr. Hunt is n good for Coroner. would make a good and citizen and efficient officer. He is nn old soldier and will make a strong race. Wc announce this week Mr. Jont B. Wilson, of Prentis, as a candidate tor Magistrate in the Cromwell Magisterial District, subject to the action of the Republican party. Mr. Wilson is n prosperous farmer, a good citizen, is quite popular and well qualified for the office. His friends wjll make n strong effort to secure his nomination and election. Miss Sallie Quisenbcrry, of this place, closed a very pleasant school at. Nelson Creek, District No. 9, Muhlenberg county, lust Friday n week ago. She gave general satisfaction and the school was recognized as one This is of the best in the county. Miss Quisenberry's first school and she is to be heartily congratulated upon her success. Mr. Thomas Casebier, of Nelson Creek, is in town. S. J. Biynnt's new grocery has the John D. Holbrook, Buford, was in best and freshest stock in town. town Wednesday. W. II. Allen, Rosinc, called to Good weather for boots. Fair Bros. & Co, have them nt very low prices. sec us Wednesday. Col. C. M. Barnctt, was in the city For the freshest groceries in town, the first of the week. call on S. J. Bryant, the new grocer. R. P. Hocker, of Beaver Dam was More goods for one dollar than ev- in the city yesterday. er before thaU's the motto nt Fair Mr. Hiram McMillion, Hcflin, was Btos. & Co'a. n pleasant caller Wednesday. ' Fair Bros. & Co. have the best line Mr. and Mrs. John J. McIIenry Ave of ladies nnd men's heavy shoes in went to Louisville Wednesday. Ohio county. Miss Nellie Young, of Rockport, It lakes two to pick a quarrel, but is visiting Miss Ruth Coouibcs. C. M. Cole, of Davidson Station, anyone can pick a bargain nt Fair was among our many callers Monday. Hros. & Co's. J, B. Maddox and wife, of Point If thy pantaloons offend thee by Pleasant, were in thecity Wednesday. l)ijrgiiy; at the knee east them out Commonwealths Attorney J. 15. and get ,i new pair at Fair Bros. & Rowe, came up from Owensboro The new gro:ery is just starting Monday. up. Call and let S. J. Bryant fill a Mr, G. B. Likens attended the clostrial order. He has the best grocer- ing exercises of the Abbieville school Friday night last. Fair Bros. & Co. have no clothing GsmQ Mr. A. P. Thomas leaves . Sunday iiry wiih ui to sell at cost. They make n small for Lexington, where he will attend piofitand then sell cheaper than a Commercial school. competitors. Senator C. S. Taylor spent a few V John Long .struck Grove Taylor, of j days the first of the week with his Uam, with a knife here Monfamily at Cromwell. day inflicting only a slight wound Mr. Hugh P. Tracy, who has been over the heart. Taylor's version of spending some time in Paris, Texas, the affair is that the two were stand- is at home for a short visit. ing together talking in a good huMisses May Ferguson and Georgia mored way when Ixmg struck him Taylor South Carrollton, spent last with the knife and rati. week with the family of Mr. A. C. The young ladies of the city will Rowan, of Abbieville, and attended give an elegant supper and entertainthe closing of the Abbieville School ment 10 theirgcntlemen friends at the Friday night, returning' home TuesCourt House next Wednesday night. day of this week. T'.ie enjoyment of the occasion will be There are several cases of mumps in heightened by the fact that all the Cards town, and it seems that some parties participants will be masked. and other games will be engaged in. who have it are determined to spread The invitations have been issued and the disease all over the place. A perare quite artistic both in design nnd son who has no more judgment than to run about town with a contagious execution. disease slioud have a guardian apMr. G. C. Our pointed at once. Westerfield, is announced this week for Coroner of Ohio county, subject to timthe action of the Republican party. Mr. Westerfield has many friends thiougho'.tt the county who will hail GLENN & WEDDING. with delight Iii3 ciudidacy, and will do their utmost to secure his nomiCollege 1Iiiii'IiIiikn. nation. He is well qualified for the That Hartford College is enjoying office and should he be nominated, a prosperous year, no one who has will make a strong race. visited the school can doubt. New gjmm$ The Abbieville School in charge of students are arriving almost every The best place to get your . horse day, old students are returning, the Miss Mallie Ferguson, of South fitl when in town is at Cnsvhicr & closed last Friday night with classes are interesting, the societies Button. The exer-cise- -i are increasing in membership and inan elegant entertainment.' terest, and the teachers nrc more ful1'rcstou Mutton Post, No. 4, meets consisted of recinatious, dialy determined than ever to meet the at their regular place of incotmjj here logues,, songs and pantomimes and both as regards the wotk of responsibility resting upon them. Dr. Alexander's class 01 "Veternud teicher the pupils Call on Cnscbicr & Burton for con- the entertainment was a grand success. ans" in spelling is doing excellent veyances and good saddle horses. The houfce was ciowded with anxious work. Kates reasonable The recently organized chojr furspectators and many could not find Mnrringe license: T. A. Taylor to room at all, and so had to turn away. nishes good music for the morning Miss Mary Ralph, M T. McDowell to Miss Ferguson has endeared herself exercises. Miss Paris 15. Pirtle. Colored Pte.ss Misses Sallie Quisenbcrry and Alice to the pupils and patrons of the disHaydcn to Miss Fautlie Kntikins. trict in a lemarkable degree, and will I.ouey and Messrs. A. P. Taylor, J. A large crowd was in town on Monno doubt be engaged to teach the II. Barnes and J. C. Barnard, county, have matriculated since our last reday, which v.as County Court day. school again next fall. port. Thete was little business of inipor-tvne- e Silas Griffin, Henderson county, Wade Daniel and Bob Reddish had before the Court, but the number of diuitkeu tUL-on the streets a lively setto Monday evening at the closed a very successful school last proved conclusively that the blind home of the fonucr, about four miles week and entered school Tuesday. Miss Oina Westerfield visited the cast of town, in which Daniel came tigers did a tlttiving business. out a very bad second best. They school Monday. The five months term of the AlexWc were glad to have Col. S. R. had both been to town nnd were full. ander School, taught by Miss Ida Daniel had gone home first nnd Red- Kent, Leitchfield.with us "Wednesday. Smith, closed last Ftiilay, and on Misses Laura Render, Alice Bowdish stopped nt Daniel's ns he weiit Moudiy of this week she began anhome and called the latter out to talk man, Vcrda Duke nnd Messrs. R. E. Miss other term of three months. over sonic trivial business difference L. Siiniuernian, G. B. Likens.R. HolSmith is one of our best teachers, amounting to about the value of one brook, W. M. Fair.F. M. Westerfield, anil her patrons are not slow to dollar. Bob told Wade to keep an J. F. Carson and Judge J. P. Morton that fact. ac of his, (Bob's) which Wade had and attended General X Wednesday. Mr. D. J. Rhoads, of Ileiver Dam, thus settle the matter. Wade replied The pupils are so earnestly engaged is announced, this week, as a candi- he meant to have cither corn, money in seeking knowledge that the teachdate for Magistrate in the Rosiue or hide nnd Bob told him he could get ers have been compelled to organize Magisterial District, subject to the neither corn nor money, but as to the several review classes and meet them action of the Republican jiirty. Mr. other commodity he could get that in on Saturday. Rhoads has been an active and Inc- nbundance, whcieupon they began We were greatly disappointed iu hing Republican, is a highly tespected making things lively for each other, not having Dr. J. S. Coleman with us citizen and well qualified for the place. aud finnlly the bout was settled when Wednesday morning to conduct our His many Iriends will make n strong Bob gave Wade an ugly spat on the exercises, however, we have received nose, which spread that member all his promise to be with us next Wedeffort for hint. Rednesday, and cordially invite all who over' the latter's countenance. The Masonic Supper nt Masonic dish was arrrested by Sheriff Stevens can to come and hear him on the subBeaver Dam, on S.turday Hall, Tuesday evening and brought to town, ject, "The Prodigal Soil." night, was quite a success, notwithgave bond. Wednesday One of the finest talks tliat has been standing the severe snow storm. The where he morning the case came np before given to the school this year, was definest of oysters were served in Judge Morton with J. 15. Rowe repre- livered by Prof. Shultz Wednesday n nil styles and after the crowd had senting the Commonwealth nnd J. P. morning, and we feel that the visitbountifully of the delightful Sandcrfur the defenlaut. Reddish ors, who came to heat Dr. Coleman, repast and the young folks had spent was fined $5. felt fully repaid for their visit. an hour in hiliraous play, all partook We were very glad to have Mr. J. of the delights of nn old fashioned Jess Baird, the negro who raised II. Craig, Greenville, with us Thurscandy pulling ami dispersed. Another such a disturbance nt the Methodist X day morning. supper will be given soon. Church, Hayti, Saturday night of the in In nnother column will be found Fair, nn account of which appeared With pure, vigorous" blood coursing the announcement of ICsquitc S. T. Tin? Rr.i'ijiiMCAN, was arrested by through the veiii3 and animating evStevens, of Cromwell, ns n candidate Marshal Craig, of Greenville, nnd ery fibre of the body, cold weather is to the office of Magis- brought to Hartford Wcdncs lay even- not only endurable but pleasant and for trate in the Cromwell Magisterial ing, where he was lodged in jail. It agreeable. No other blood medicine District, subject.lo the action of the will be remembered that Baird grew is so certain in its results as Ayer's Republican party. 'Squire Stevens very boisterous during church service Sarsaparilla. What it does for othcis is n man of great moral and intel ami was remonstrated with byseveral it will do for you. lectual worth, and is a very popular parties in vain and finally Rev.Stone, man, possessing n good education the pastor in charge, went to the rear wiuri: itu.. Feb. 6 Miss Sophia Davidson's and has made nn exceptionally good of the house to persuade the unruly officer, His candidacy will b- - hailed buck to keep quiet, when Baird drew school of twenty pupils at Hopewell The is progressing nicely, This promises with delight by his ho3t of ardent ad- a pistol and fired nt the pastor. ball missed the mark but crashed to be one' of the best schools ever mirers and supporters. through the wall near the preacher. taught here. Mr, Andy Hoovar Two men whose names arc icport-c- d Baird escaped and has since been in while returning from Horse Branch as Bell and Gary have for two Indiana and Tennessee, finally roundone night recently was thrown from weeks been fishing near Rownutown, ing in at Greenville where the alert his horse and seriously hurt. on Rough River. They are making Marshal Craig pounced upon him. Dr. Ilyers, of Olnton, is ill. stops in all the creeks nud branches, Sheriff Stevens met the Marshal at Mr. Jack Snyder and family are and running n large number of nets Beaver Dam and accompanied him visiting his father's family near and in every way possible obtaining over to town. Baird i3 a very bad Goffs Crossing. the fish which they sell nt I.ivermore f negro, having been in a great mini-- I I will close by wishing the Rwun-i.ica- n and other points, shipping many to ber of such brawls, nnd there are now Roxv Ann much success. Owensboro. Many thousands of pounds 110 less than half a dozen old indictoffish have thus been destroyed. This ments against him in the Circuit t'l.lPI'TON. wholesale destructoin of fish should, Court. He has always succcded in Feb. 7. Not having seen anything If possible, be stopped. . It is nn out- nvoiding the officers, but the chances from this place for some time, I will rage that the finny tribe should be are now that Iw will be put through now attempt to write a few lines, if obliterated and the beautifnl stream at a rather lively" gait. The Green-- J you will allow me space in your valrendered barren. If there is any law villc Marshal lias.a knack of running uable paper. to correct this evil the propjr author- in our colored criminals, ns it was he Mrs. Margaret Puxton is very sick ities should take the nnttcr in will be no trouble in get- ( whocAjituredSnni Mosely nnd brought of pneumonia. hand There Mr. T. II. Belliunin has been sick hint over to jail some mouths ago. ting the proper evidence. lie-avfellow-townsma- Try n pair of Pricsmyers ladies fine shoes at Fair Bros. & Co's. the city. for several days, but is improving. Mr. Kdwin Cooper has bought a farm near Olatoil nnd will move there in the near future. We hate for them to go, but our best wishes for their future hapiness goes with them. Mr. A. A. Brown, who has taught a very successful school nt this place, is now riding for the firm of Hocker & McCown, of South Carrollton. We think Mr. Brown is a good teacher and we hope he may teach here again. Hannah. Tcrrilile Aorltlcnt .Vcnr 1'iirilitlllp. On the morning of January 31st, 1894, nsjohn II. Hinton,ngcd iSyears, and Austin Young, nged about 14 years, were hunting on the farm of Quinton Lanhaui, near Fordsville, young Hinton set his gun down to cut or break a pipe stem when one of the barrels went off killing him instantly. It nppears that he hnd cocked his gun a few' minutes before to shoot a rabbit nnd had neglected to let the hammer down aud it is sup. posed that in breaking the cane he jarred the gun causing it to fire. One side of his face and head was blown away, scattering his blood nud brains upon the ground. As he did not move nftcr the gun fired his companion, who was near him, did not know that he was hurt until he saw his blood aud brains upon theground. Young Hinton was a son of Austin Hinton, of Fordsville, aud was a quiet, peaceable and harmless youth. On the evening of February the 1st his remains were laid to rest in the Fords-vil- l Cemetery. His parents and friends have the sympathy of the town and surrounding community in in this their sad bereavement. Fokiiks. KIMK1CI1(MH. Miss Minnie Baird spent last week among friends and relatives at Beda. R. A. Anderson made a business trip to Whitesville last week. Owing to the inclemency of the weather, Prof. Win. Foster failed to lecture at Alexander Schoolhouse last Friday night. Don't forget that Rev. J. R. McAfee will preach to us again at Alexander Schoolhouse on the 4th Sunday morning in February at 1 1 o'clock. If Madam Rumor is riglit we will have a wedding to report ere the roses bloom. The revival at Mt. Herman, which has been in progress for two weeks, closed last Friday night, with about 46 conversions. Never in the history of the church has there been ns many souls brought to Christ iu so short a time as there has been in the revi-va- l which has just closed. Our constant prayer is that the souls that have been converted during this meeting may hold out faithful, live christian lives and all meet together as one around the throne of God. The Alexander School, which has been under the management of Miss Ida M. Smith for the last five months, closed last Friday evening with a lew declamations and select readings by They had not made any preparations fornn entertainment owing to the fact that the patrons had employed Miss Smith to teach three months more. Wc have had a good school and all join in wishing that we may have another one as good. Daisv Dkank. the-pupil- A Hilt ti ths wise o O i St. We arc bound to reduce our stock, to make room fo.i our big- spring purchase. Now is the time to buy a splendid .Suit lor a small sum of money. Our clothing must be sold re- Dm tf 111 gardless of prices. For the next three weeks all our heavy winter and woolen goods will be sold at 1 o w astonishingly prices.All our Blankets, Comforts, Flannels, Fine Dress Goods and Notions go for less than wholesale prices. Come at once and secure some ot these s '0 CD w o 1,000 acres of bered land for sale; bargains. Yours for trade, N ,S Eli Car-rolltu- u, Come to Hartford -- : L TO SEE THE- - HS Scofula eradicated and all kindred diseases cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla, which by its vitalizingand alternative aflects, makes pure blood. Mr. M. T. McDowell and Miss Paris Pirtle.of the Victory neighborhood, were married Wednesday evening at two o'clock at the home of the bride's father, Mr. F. W. Pirtle, Rev. E. E. Pate officiating. After the congratulations of friends, the bridal party repaired to the home of the groom where a bountiful supper was spread. The bride is a beautiful and accomplished young women of many virtues, while the groom is an exemplary and prosperous young farmer. They enter upon life with very flattering prospects of success and happiness. Tub Repubijican joins their host of friends in wishing that their brightest hopes may be realized. .llollimrll.rirtlr. SPRING OPENING OF C. L. Field's car of Buggies Q just from the Will Davis Carriage Company. He will save you MONEY by Buying from HIM. sell you a Buggy, up to $75.00. in Cincinnati. Harness, Lap Duster nnd Whip from $G0,00 The Davis Carriage Company has the reputa- ill tion of building the best Buggy for the money of any Factory o o 3 So come and judge for yourself. of the pir-take- nullum IP'llllK. The Ohio County Holiness Association, for the promotion of Holiness, will hold a Convention in .Mount Herman Church, near Beda, Ky., February 22nd. All areiuvited to attend. H. F. Bkan. Vice President of O. C. H. A. 111 For Sale: One house and lot for sale or rent, two miles from Hartford. Apply to James W. Ford, Hartford, or O. L, Bowcu, Cleopatra, Ky. 28 8t jIST3NTCTJ3a"OE!33lfl:E!Par.,T' ok Tyc oriajwo $ftiN session OF THE Q BEAVER DAM HIGH SCHOOL AND TEACHERS' PRACTICAL INSTITUTE. .iF&JOLX&JCsr Set Fre. I hereby notify the public that 1 Expenses auost leaBonablel Plans modern and progressive. have set my son, Join; Henry Btnd-shathorough and practical. Advantage most excellent. free, and that I will not be reSchool for tho iuasset). sponsible for any trades made or contracts entered into by hint. W. C. Bkadshaw. 26 4t Tuition per Term of Ten Weeks. Maxwell, Ky.,.Jnn. 22, 1894. Common f Primary School Intermediate .' Department ( Advanced Collegiate Department 16, 1894. yi Instruction A For $1.25 we will send The Republican and New York Tribune both for one year. ' I IB uW 83 75 5 00 G25 7 00 I a i Ml Instruction iu Music aud Art at Reasonable Hatch. Board in best of private families per week, 82.00 to 42,25. Tho seesion oflbra nnusual advantages to young men ami women nud especially to teachers. Our outline method of teaching secures to our studeuts tho uso of nuy and nil Wo kindly nud honestly Bolicit the pat roungo of all seeking a thorough education, nud very decidedly guuruuteo satisfaction to all earnest students. For further information send lor circu' lars or call on E. R. RAY, President. DORA E. OIUSON, Vice President text-hook- N utmu H HH H LvB HT muwM o 0 Is . !Civcftts,tndTrsrfe-Mhi1cobUlne(l,inUUP- cot business conducted tor Modkr atc Fits. louROrriceiiOpposiTcU.C.PATtNTOfriCE and h e can secure patent Iu less Uino taau those iMnrl from lhln?tOfl. bead model, drawlptf or photo,, with descrirv. lion. We advise, If patentable or not, free of charge. Our lee not due till patent U secured. ' ucw 1 uoiain raieou, ' wua A pAMPilltr 'cost of time in the U. S. and foreign countries sent free. Address, C.A.SNOW&CO. Washington, Patcnt OfP. Orricc', D. C C PENCER BUSINESS C0LLE6ES (IMCORPORATIBJ Bonk-Keeplm huim-okh- ntirt Shorthand Tho errant practical Hurtnes Training. . Cutaloaue rre. Oolloirim. Kl vu a iiuKBpoi t to biuluosH mul Ir, x;..rii. KU1, So'y. .AaUros Hponcerluu College 3.V. Louisville. Ky., Owensboro, Ky., or Evarwvlll, tad. 1 - f Ait J.ii myj'ruJLA.iUU.w hTaiwiiMMiiinrii iiwyyqMP jg i;au "'" """ SSSjjjafc. $ JgPgggBggggtjjUr Jr "g! Impifsloncd should not be indulged tvlnklo eyes. in unless you have advices that war-iri- it knov wiry with pleasure "WovJd At that poor Mrs. Keary throw Ho T0II9 of tho Insratitudn of n It. Many people will he disturbbeam? Our Bailiff. her sooty apron over her head and lJniDAV, 9, 189. ed by it Some will provision themPi Mrs. Bursobbed, and selves for a sicge'and birricacle their nv ii:onoi: daw. roughs led her away to get supper (CopyrlRht, 1KKJ, by tho Author. doors and windows. Sonic u ill beAT KEAHY'S. with her in tho Httlo house over tho TIIK FIRE "You want to know how it Is I'm take themselves to the mountain fastcreek. on tramp? Well, If you'll glvo us nesses, others will fly into the depths H 13 IIY IL II. llAVNKS. Schumann nnd Mendolcsolin. tho loan of your 'bacco pouch I'll tell of forests, nnd many will go down Table, you, mister. You remember tho (Copyright, 1803, by tho Author. Tho Inlluenco which Schumann's M hard frost that sot In nbout Christ-inn- s cellar and wait for it to blow over. "Mis' Kcaryl Mis' Kcnryl" cried nrt lias exercised nnd Is exercising Your language, l'efler, is more bloodand lasted two or three weeks? Johnny Burroughs, bursting Into in modern music cannot bo overeat!-mated- . curdling and more devastating than the Httlo candy storo at the corner V.Vt"' In conjunction with Choplu That throw mo, nnd a good many ffi Enrn ' ; V ft WAV, of one of tho sldo streets of our and Liszt, ho dominates at this time more what's in tho building lino, out anything even that was uttered on Httlo village "Ycr chlmbley's tho wliolo lltcraturo of tho piano, of work for somo time, and having the floor of the Senate during the Ayer's Cherry Pectoral 0) ycr chlmbley's ..' while the piano compositions of his spent all up at Christinas wo wcro eclipse of gayety and the general I ,. "Sfe- ' , at our houso by tho sense of impending doom which THE BEST EMERGENCY MEDICINE "No sech thing; yo'ro only foolin' groat contemporary Mendelssohn, htone-brokd tlmo tho Now Year como in, nnd to mel" rou Tin: cum: of which were- onco exalted at Schuwhile the silver debate was on "But It Is, Mis' Keary," persisted mann's expenso, would seem to bo mako things wuss we was a bit in the extra session. Croup, Whooping Cough, Are you deJohnny excitedly, "an' cf yo aren't vanishing from tho concert pro- back'ard with th' rent. LaGrippo, Colds, Liijy? the c? "It were all tho fault of my old termined, l'efler, to terrify the whole quick ye'll be all burnt up!" and with gramme. In conjunction with his Coughs, Bronchitis, that Johny seized u bucket and ran predecessor, Franz Schubert, and In woman. I said: 'Look 'ere, missis, land into wild insanity or gibbering For all sort's of if you don't go nn' pawn that idiocy; to stop business, break up down to the creek. Hoarseness, Loss of Voico, a higher degrco than any contemm it mangle an' settle with that there families, destroy the peace of comAX1 Till! VAIIIOl'S "Cy," called Mrs. Keary to her porary not even Robert Franz exhusband in tho inner room, "Johnny cepted ho pervades the literature agent about tho rent, we shall 'avo munities, depopulate States and lay Throat and Lung Troubles FlADE ONLY. GY Burroughs says t' chlmbley's of tho musical "romance," while the bums In ns sure as your namo's waste large tr.icts of country by these Threatening Every IlonseloliJ. 0 Mebbo ye'd better climb t' mnplo even here Mendelssohn Is relegated LlzerClopsale.' " 'Well,' sho says, 'I shan't, and ominous outgivings? We hope not. Promptto act, suroto euro tree an' seo cf it's so." ad acta. What a atrango retribul'efler. Ard yet with your genend 0 Cy Keary arose deliberately, still tion of fate! It Is tho old story of there's nn end on It, and if you can't intclliger.ee you cannot fail to perkeeping his pipo in his mouth, and Nemesis. Mendelssohn received, as chuck out any bums as comes here, ceive that this will be the inevitable went outside to survey matters. ki:kly it were, more than his duo of admi- you're 110 man, that's all.' "It's no uso argufying with a efleet if people take you seriously and "I hate like tho dickens to du It," ration In advance; Schumann, less The Hctt Shoe for the Money, aarm V he grumbled, "but cf yo'ro sot on It, than Ills due. Posterity had to balwoman, is it? I found that out long lelieve, as you would no doubt hac VIVA (rSJiUVi i I mmlm ago, nnd maybe you 'avo too. I'll go to pacify ye." you know wliat you ate iiicm, that ance their accounts. But it has, ac"Ono night the weather was very talking about and are not "talking I' a t.'ii page ei lit ciluum Dwii l Red nnd panting, Johnny camo cording to my opinion, In Its demand along, the bucket in front of him for justice Identified itself so comsevere, and we went to bed early as through your hat." emtio Newspaper, it eui.tiius tic sEKTiEMEi. tightly clutched in both hands, pletely with Schumann and his cause wo couldn't afford to keep up a fire Nothing d swaying and slopping over as ho that Mendelssohn luid been unfairly to warm us. It was just getting I'cfllr, than coul 1 be more impressive.u last of everythingU going. HKN'KY the Editor. WA'ITEltSON your statement that y SO, 84 and 83.00 Drosa ran till It was half emptied by tho treated or directly wronged. This light next mornln' when I was woke H were "Mantling in the night of the S3.60 PoHce Shoo, 3 Plica M 00 a Yoar. time lie reached Mrs. Kcary's again. is true, however, only as regards tho up by some one and bangin' at tho street dbor. So I nineteenth century and looking to.' The WeekK Coutii- -i urial uiukcs "Say, Johnny, what's that for? $2.00, 82 for Worklngman. genres, tho piano jumps T4 up and looks through tho win- ward the dawn ol the twentieth," nl- -' ' vi rv liberal tonus to ageuti, and i What are y' goin' to du?" "&&' 82 and 81.70 for loya. and the musical romance. In or"Why, put out tho stove, sure," chestral compositions Mendelssohn dow, and thcro I saw a man as I though ns n matter of fact the re stems gives (roe premiums tor clubs. Sam LADIES AND MISSES, said Johnny, breathlessly, lifting fit 111 maintains his position, while didn't know. to be no necessity for your standing ' ph eupiiM of the paper nnd fo 3JP. WmW-Afc&V1 v5W . t lKBW3rl fTitm fJ and tilting tho pall. "'Wot's up, mate?' I snouts. 83, 82.00 82t $1.70 there unless you have lost Schumann lias taken a place at his " 'Come downstairs; I want to seo key. Perhaps you have your night I'll in in tu Supplement "lit Iree to any 4m! CAUTION. "Sakes alive, child!" cried Mrs. side as his etjiinl. I say his equal, Or maj be any nddre-s- . L ofliT you W.IfI. Doiwtaa W ri e to Keary, taking hold of It, but not TrT";::s::- atinea M rvdorM prlr. K?m. for surely no significance can be you,' ho bawled. you have insomnia nnd are in the or naja ha them "So I was putting on my togs the water had splashed over on attached to tho circumstance that a Courier-Journa- l onl tho name Co , IjMnis WjIv bottom, pot him to tho flat stove top, rebounding In certain part of tho younger genera- ready to go down, thinking it might habit of standing in the iii.'lit lookf . AUw VT. Uia down atm4 Ma MM. ixr v.. LOUI.SUILLE, KY. scalding drops and steam; "air ye tion (Wugucrinns chiefly) have fallen be a foreman or some one as wanted ing toward the d.iwn. However that ' may be, your description of yourseil a extra 'unci, and just as I was mad? don't ye know my bread is i' Into tho habitof trcatingSchumnnn, 10 old woman, who had peeped in that attitude is extremely pictur- tho oven?" " 'ir '"ftilaW' as an orchestral composer, do liaut Tin: Kri'UM.uM.v ami the Weekly WXBLwLr outK)' tho window,"snys: C. "Bread er no bread," cried en bas. Centurv. expie and vivid. It would make a Courier-Journa- l will be bent ono year give "''Where you goin'?' easy fitting Johnny, "it'll be all burned up, an' historic picture for the twentieth W. L. DOUGLAS l Shoo arc MrlUh,make. Try one and and bebftt H on to any addre.--- (or 8 1.75. than any o'tlicr pair s.itlsf.icllon at the prlco " 'Why,' says I, 'to seo what tho you, tu, cfy'don'tputouttliestovel" Bagged a Golden Eagle. if :t ever coiu't- s- to look at bottom, iiiceil. on Address Tin: Kkpuhucan, Hart- "ii.ir.inlcc(The cUmping of H'. I. Donjjl.io name ami price morethe Mo car hick feller wants.' "While my bread's In t' oven? Uii-Ithem. ralue, unci lliousjtuu 01 ilollari niitin.tlly to Mr. Zibn Seott, tho most famous " 'You big fule,' says she, 'why and study. It occurs to us that it Well, I guess not. I tell yo what, mIc lilcli helm la IX.ilcrs nhoptiMi tlie .1- - f.of 11.. . I.. Douglm Slioci train cutlomtri. , . .. .11 . . .. hunter in Spring Brook township, it's Tommy Spriggins, the bum-baili- might serve as a design for the silver ford, Ky. ..! on uinr inn iimu ui pro fit. 7 i,,.y tyXK nnoiii to rll nt n lie r.llis Johnny Burroughs, 30 just clear out ! tuoin-always goes prepared forbear Ini!ui; i, 1 jour r.xitwrHr if lli ilmlrr xlveo dollar tobe issued when thc.seignorngc Ivi J'ln'ii yiu r.m !' o' this, an' don't yo bo foolin' round Pa., 1 .J L1j".. CatAU'Siiu '" "I'a ik;ijwuwii:oii. .. i. iiciut'iAn, liruckuin. when he is hunting deer or birds in "Well, I wus that flabbergasted is coined. It might be entitled, "!'ef-fe- r here wi' noneo' vcr buckets o' water. V. KE.vJFHOW. Sulphur Springs, Ky. I in the Night oi the Nineteenth i Yc don't ketch mo puttin' the stove the wild regions of Panther creek you could 'nve knocked mo down J " ",uu,,u'" " ""u ""XT with a poker. And my old dutch Century," and we should hope that y umikctK'u 1 m out, an' spllln' the bread what I've ' ing ruffed grouse 2ycxvTjyBiMOTrcpna .',.. ... not long ago says no more, butup with tho water the pi titles who are jttt now criticis-in- g made for tho boarders; not me, with a remarkable sur jug and empties it on Spriggins' deed," and Mrs. Keary, thoroughly Scott met the St Gaudeus medal would not caught tho pail and flung the prise, lie saw tho bushes movo a he id for she's a regular scorcher, object to draping the tigurcin a nightirate, short distance away, and, imgalning ho is. water out over the doorstep. that a bear was the cause of It, ho " 'I reckon that's put 'is pipe out,' shirt. We legret, however that standBy tills time other children, flocking there in the night took tho bird cartridge out of his .ays she, ou should ing homo from school, and two or tumbling into bed ng'in, gun and put in one loaded with buck"see coming a w.iveof lire and blind " CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. "3 f At for It was mortal cold, and I goj, from tho main three passers-b- y Mr. tiu li U U street, camo running up to warn shot. and Scott was ready for bruin hack myself to 'avo another forty Because we do not believe that stub ,1 A Pi then, creeping closer, with his winks. SURE and CERTAIN CURE spetaele as that would impart a cheerthe Kcary's of their danger, and at gun known for 19 years as tho BEST ho spied a huge at full AN- D"I should think I had slept anoth-o- r ful expression to your usually c.ilm the same moment Cy Keary dropped pair of wings cock, REMEDY FOR flupping In tho brush hour or two when I was wakened and rather taking countenance;. Mor- - tttftrti lj IlKIUBMOS BtDICItXPILES.ion. to., ST. down from the maple tree. "Guess it's gcttin' ruther wa'arm Instead of a bear. Ho blazed away by such a din all down the street as over, "a wave of fire and blood" of tho wings and killed I n'jvcr hoard. I looked out, an' up tlmr," said lie, slowly moving his at the owner rt !H k .i 11 N the finest specimen of u golden eaglo there Mere about two hundred peo- would be difficult to represent on canpipe from one sldo of his mouth to vass, though we are aware that such that has ever been this KM tl i!Ci the other, adding by way of inci- of Pennsylvania. seen Ineagle part ple standing round looking nt waves are of frequent Tho occurrence in was feomethin' In front o' th' house. s&HV dental comment: "Somcb'dyoughter tearing nt tho carcass of a hawk When I put my head out o' the win- Kansas ami Colorado. As a matter git n ladder." Mr. Scott GMEATS.TRADEMARS "Yo blamed fool!" said a voice; when of wings shot It. It hud a dow thfy nil bust out laughing, and of fact, we have a strong suspicion of seven feet, four I looks down tit the door and there that standing there in the ii''ght you spread "move out o' t' way!" and Jako BurCOPYRIGHTS. 0 roughs big franre pressed through inches and wus perfect. Mr. Scott was that bailiff still standing there do not actually see "a wave of lire rvompt I OKTIIXnn Ahope t Ton. Tor a C'l I'll animr ana nrlto tn brought tho big bird to Scranton nnd on the door step. ('(.. pit.- - t ,i.t iul N.N .V In nholittVDlr- - .11 tv the crowd, ladder In hand, which ho cold It to Dr. Isulnh F. and blood." We are told that perrons rt jrrriuV cxpurli-ncitho w.Ira Evcrhart, " 'Wot's up, Billy Driver?' I shouts who stand out in the night looking Jj.iJ ml A tin if tlonintrlftlriim straightway reared against thohouso lirln. form.illun cornvrnimr I'ntt'M r. i amateur bird and animal col- to a neighbor standing by; 'can't you tr li. tain them f ent . AIo 1 rv -. of taoJuui end, and buckets of wnter soon the toward the dawn are liable to see such leal and fn-No k of Frnnkllu avenue, near. shift that fellow for lector, 1'atcMi passed up In quick succession. tbruncli .Mun & Co. recoiro fprntlnntloilntliarjrntlilpAmcrlc-'in.rrDr. Evcrhart got Spruce street. " 'No,' says he, 'he's frozen fast.' thinjrs, or think thev see them, mid tans aro tiroimht wjr!y bctorotlio wmiowiUi. Inside, Mrs. Keary, her thick vjiifc nwk Taxidermist George Frlant to mount that theusualpiactiee is to lean against iiiKiiiiur. "I looks down again, and blow me voice strained to Its highest nasal eiivantr Ion r liiu tiy far tliu eagle with a rabbit In Its talons. if ho waiii't nil covered witli bicycles a lamppost and let them goby withlanrcst circulatinu ot au: rnt.a wort In extremity, kept up a discharge of tho Y. Sum w;'lij., I nyenr. Mmi'n tniinittitf.ee tlio H N. Jluilu!n M'ttoD. iimnthly, trclo no, I mean icicles, from tho water out trying to stop them. small shot at every suggestion of fnrlc,'J.f ami.color),cry nucibt - eunti p,u. Kt tlfnl plitex. In ami I'hotncranlu of You are quite right, l'efler, in utter my miosis had thrown on him, nnd Expensive Traveling. helpfulness from those sho looked linujej. with tlan ennblnn I uiMcn 10 the tlio ami H curociintrm-f. Atltl'eni la.t .ipslrn.CO.. M.W Yoi.k, atil IIiiu.Mihtay. he hud stood there ever since. I ing a prayer that the wave "may upon as unwarrantable Intruders, ML'.N & The journeys of tho cmjcror 0 as she oscillated in rapid jerks be- Germany cost him a great dcul of was pretty mad, I can tell you, for spend its torcc on the se t."Or, if not of I put it to you, sir, how would you (inrtforti, Kentucky tween her oven and tho tiny counter money. According to an article re- like n bumballilT frozen to ycr door- on the sea, somewhere in theClie.is-apeak- e TTrnTiTrTTinr where tho children were crowding, rw Hay or on the Potomac Such 0 bent on making heoric attempts to cently published In a German paper step, an' all the neighbors see him crioR a wave as that rolling up Pennsylvaover eight hundred thousand marks, there as they come home to break'osaxNvuvno save the candles at all costs. or two hundred tnoustyiu dollars, fast?' nia Avenue, would end all hopes for a sojpoujoa UIJOVV li" poi SCH Seeing the fire In spite of all their were spent on tho trip to Italy and "Presently a perliceman came quorum in the House or Senate. Uy efforts was spreading on tho roof ho along, and ho said I'd better see if I the way, l'clTer, Austria, undertaken soon IS TllJi was there anybody several men strodo In to rescue tho ascended tho throne. A ufter heavy couldn't revive the feller, or I'd get riding on the crest of that wave of fne MOST POPULAR REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER OP TIIE WEST 0 furniture. ye'd like to savo this?" trunk In chargo of a privy coun- Into trouble if they had to 'old a and blood? And if there was, did lie "Guess cillor on that occasion contained cobbler's conquest on him. So I resemble i any important ptrticular : said one, laying his hand on the oreighty diumond rings, 0110 hunwent down and borrowed a shovel, Davis II. gan which stood In the little sldo dred and fifty HHS THE LKRGEST CIRCULATION. Waite, of Colorado? If the decorations, many window under the geraniums. Mrs. of them jeweled; fifty scarf pins, and 1110 an' Bill Driver managed to wave had a rider, -its dollars to dough-nut- s rviAii: get him loo?e from the doorstep. Keary turned on him wrathfully. necklaces, with diamond pendthirty that Davis II. W.tile was on it. DAILY (without Sunday), 5G.00 per year. DAILY (with Sunday), $0.00 per yur. "You let that orgin alone, Josh ants; six handsome sabers, threo Then Bill went for two pen'orth of Dcane. You'ro too funnj', you aro largo photographs of tho emperor gin, and I boiled a quart of water in Your peoration was fine, l'efler, alOcean, per year, $1.00 The Weekly an' too nosey by half; and my and his family, framed in gold; thir- a kettlo and then we laid the bailiff though we must insist that it inspiies 0 iiiirrM ki U.U3 'tinT.iDtii:33 Asa ncwirsper THE INTCK OCCAM Lrcpi abreiit of the timet In allrcipcctt. on tho hearth. Bill opened his terror to quite an unreasonable sakes! ef they children ain't ty gold watches and 0110 hundred it spare nslthcr pains nor expcn In 5ccur!ni; ALL THU NEWS AND Tim BEST for all they're worth for t' candy gold cigar holders, with diamond or- mouth which was frozen up, and extent. You say: "Behind me is OP CURRENT LITEUA'lUKn. then I poured the kettlo of gin and Rome, and before me God alone in boxesl My! Johnny! Johnny! Johnny naments. The emperor pays his Burroughs! you como right here own expenses when traveling on hot water down his throat. " 'You'd better pour steady,' said His infinite wisdom knows." Geonow and mind them candy boxes,' German railways. Is edited for those who, on account of mall service or any other rttton, do BUI, 'for as ho's frozen ho might graphically speaking, it may not be PER MONTH whiles I turn my bread roun . 0 not tal:c a dally paper. In its columns are to be found the week's newt of all tht busj. like my grandmother's kitchen precise, for, a matterof ftct, we believe En An' don't let nobody set hands world condensed and the cream of the literary features of the Daily. ri on that orgin, what I give sixty It's just as easy to try One Minute boiler did onco when the pipes got that behind you is Topeka, Kan .n, niado ciisMyaiiil Own Cough Cure as anything else. honorably, H capiIt's frozJ.' AS A ...-..- ,. which is a much younger town. Hut tal, during your .pure hours.without man ., .... FAMILY ,.PAPER IT EXCELS tlttt of J,0,!'' dollars for, fur t' boarders to easier to cure a severe cold or cough i,.ira.-....i..n- .ciAny H PAOES, "Bv an' by wo got him thawed an' Rome sounds better than Topeka, i uiau,lmy, or Kit I cuhIo the work handplay on an' all; they'll be break In' with it. Tora I gave him summat to eat. Let your next purchase A Supplement, Illustrated, in Colors, Tnll.lnt; He snt and your poetic license gives you the ily, without f.Nperlence. the notes that's what they'll bo cough be g Nothing like- It for (A of EIGHt'aDUITIONAL TAGUS, mo hi: In all SIXTEEN PAGES. Thlt Supple, One Minute Cough Cure. for awhile, and then I gave him a dolu'. And, Cy Keary! why for power of substitution. It .seems to c r ofl'oied before. Our woi kers SIX PAGES CP HEADING MATTER and TWO ment, containing Better medicine; better result; better hint like that it was time to go, H r. No time wnstetl In don't you shet that door, an1 kep ILLUSTRATIONS, It atone worth the price charted for the paper. us that you dropped a stitch when always when ho up an' says 'No, duty is Icariilut; the business. Wo teach you In THE INTER OCEAN IS PUBLISHED IN CHICAGO, the newt and commer. this crowd out? Fur I nover saw try it. L. B. Bean. you left the future to Infinite Wisa nllit how to Miececd from tho llr.st cial center of nil wett of the Allegheny Mountulnt, and It better adapted to th duty; I've got orders to tako possich impldenco in all my days!" (0 dom, leaving it tobe inferred thafyou hour. You ran mako a trl d wll limit lecda of the rccpte of that section than any paper farther East. session here, and so I shall stop,' "Shot that dure, an' my boy into yourself. Yi'o btart you, fliinlMi H It Is in accord with the peorle of the Wett both in Politics nnd Literature. and he pulls out his pipo and makes do not know all about yousulf, That everything needed to eairy on the busiside? Not if I know it, Melia Please remember that the price of The Weekly Inter Ocean IS ONLY ONE is an uiifortiinatecoiifession for a man ness Mtcectistiilly, himself comfortable. and 0 Keary!" shouted Juke from outside. jon DOLLAR PER YEAR. Address "You see it nevcrstruckmo in tho to make who stands out in the light OKalnst failure If you but follow our "Johnny, jest you THE INTER OCEAN, Chicago. simple, plain Instructions. Header, If 0 nnd let thut danncdcome out o' that, a bailiff, idiot burn with to. lu netd of i Trib- excitement about 'is beingmade mo of theuinteeuth ofcentury looking and jou arc know all aboutcatty money, and an when he said that It to want tho best paying her bread, cf she will!" waul the dawn the twentieth Inter-Ocea- n business beforu the public, us your sweat all over at once. And who seeing a wave of fire and Johnny moved quickly, but turned blood coinadilros, ami wo it 111 mall you a docuwould have thought any man capa-bi- o nt tho door nnd took hold of Mrs, ing. Right there, l'efler, we fear that ment giving you all the particulars. of such base ingratitudo after mo Kcary's gown. the wind blew through your whiskers, TRUJE&CO., Eox4C0, an' Billy Driver 'ad saved his life? "Come, Mis' Keary como," ho ijr-fi- ve "I was In a fino fix, I can tcllyer, and, as it were, unhinged your chin said, "elso you'll bo burnt up." Augusta, Maino. l'efler, dear, these are cold nights. for ycr sec my old womun was in bed Mrs. Keary still hung back, but u ZMannsflfacATtinqt-tsffffiX7?- lt rmvrrxssspsva fast asleep, an' I knew hen sho Hadn't you better put on your ltat crackling overhead and a sweep of camo down an' found out 'ow I'd and come in? blinding smoke and ilamo convinced let- been fool enough to let tho bum In herut last that the houso was being Why Ilmirl'H lllim. quite innerccnt like, there'd bo tho burned ubout her ears. Utterly rePresident Lincoln said, "Yout canad- very dickens to pay. So wot does I gardless of danger to herself, sho do but picks up my hat an' swatr and not fool the people n secoiid time." flashed round and darted to tho starts off on a tour, and leaves her to They are too qvick to recognize real stairway and was half way up and settle with the bum. I felt a kind merit or the lack of it, and cling- only screaming: "My feather beds an' I of sorrow for him, too, for ho sat to those things which they find to be plllers! Why ain't nobody resided there, smoking 'Is pipo quite uncon- what is claimed for them. 'em?" beforo Jnke seized her, drugged cerned like; ho Httlo knew what lie her back and out into tho road awuy It is especially gratifying that the was in for, an' if ho stopped under from the burning mass. tho samo roof as my old woman for sale of Hood's Sarsarilla increases llko u rufOutside, red and angry two days ho's not only n hero, but most rapidly in those section where fled hen, gown nnd apron wot with it is best known. what ycr calls a martyr too. the dripping water anil faco smudged The inference is plain. Hood's Sar- "When am I going bade? Well, I inA with tho blinding smoke slic had mot don't know: that depends on some- saparilla has proven that it possesses on tho stnlrs, Mrs. Keary stood llko thing besido tho stato of tho weath- genuine merit. It maintains a high 0110 nt bay. er. I've got a bloko as can writ a to standard, which others caunot even "Ef tills ain't too bud!" sho cried, Pi send to Bill Driver to see If tho bum "you menstandln' tlmr like a lot o' approach. It is the people's favorite Is cleared out, and if ho ain't I reckcowards an' all them bottles o' sassa-parill- a 6 on I'm going to march ahead for an- blood piuifying and building up an' wlntorgrceni, an' that and it is more popular this Not one minute elapses between the other spell. If ycr do lovely orgin what I give sixty doltaking of One Minute Cough Cure read of tho shocking death of n bum year than ever before. All this belars for, fur tho summer boarders to play on, gettin' burned up, and and rejicf. Why shouldn't people you'll guess it's my old woman's do- cause Hood's Cures. mercy on us!" In a rising crescendo, take One Minute Cough Cure? They ings, and I reckon you'll about guess right." "I'dcleun forgotten my bread It'll should, They do. I,. U. Bean. bo burned to n clnderl" and with I'll I it out ill I lit-- M it lit. a frantic- rush Mrs. Keary onco n. y. tuiiiunh. J more mndo for tho door; but It 1'effer, dear! We fear you are an Courier-Journa- l H VJq are manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal directly vitti was barred by tho big body of alnrmist. lilse why should jou wag ReJako Burroughs, wholaid firm hands he consumer, thus saving him the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices are reit-onabl- e, your hirsute chin ami say, ns you did on her, nnd, with tho roughness all Respectfully, and we guarantee satisfaction. ii tiie Senate on Monday, "A day of gone out of his volco, Bald: "Como, como, Mis' Keary, nover retribution is coining a day of reckmind tho bread. Tho orgiu's safo oning is nigh at hand. The people Xenralfto l'urtona retaltlM In their AndtlioM trouUcd with timoiitoess by will smite their enemy. across tho road and yo'll llnd yo'ro ttxisf from car or overwork will be lelloTad wratli this great crime will be avengbedb an pillers upo' soinu o' them cenuin llrown'K Owens boro, Ky. ed." Language so earnest nnd bet t(d auk iuJIron lilttert. wnpt. upplo trees I' tho orchard, uu' hero's croMvJ ml line on Cy snfc Joo," ho udded, wltjt a Hartford Republican of laughter In his blacft "A TRAMP'S STOKY. " mftm ) 4axEqcax3CjrT7'i you faces so kind-hearte- d h 0. Oiii'Sorante Teer kp gru L.f-W, "X J- Our life a 4M c'Di WSPZfc ATX'ff rfj&.:h our rm"W dtni lEr dream. o pte-vaile- 'USulM.&gl - 0 h cause UMRjs; new corpus cleaiirg amiss. SOAP ;y RKFairbank & Co, St. iat Louis. the - r.'.'nri- r 4 W. L DOUGLAS W fWqm r Will "J- $3 SHOE toles. tho. above-mentione- d xm ' bo-fo- is .'. 4 vvtei4K2;i-i,- . aiUi-rtlsci- v?. aim i)tsr4rca5!V hi go-infa- 'c .Js "iiiiTi"i ''T cen-tuar- y r K ff t;: - ri r MER'SDII 0 h "UiKEYELILI 8 NTMENT HSW ?OB,K El TW If Till 4 r- .fiiaan'iS 1: w t ill iiSffU iWlllil ONE YEAR . 1 ?n-e- .1 c t- J tdL -vance. u.-,- ta-- 111 1 1111 ltl(Hl-Tfs:tl- Address all orders lo n.-i- IIAUTFOUIi HKPUKL1GAN, "i' ainoa mxi 0 h 3 1 jm-- ililllli 23inki: The Inter Ocean te:iivisj iiv Inter DOLLARS The Weekly Inter Ocean Your Locality money-makin- "; 1.1 FULL-PAQ- E pro-pe- For $1.25 we wll ex-pe- send The (Republican fjuai-.tntc- 0 and New York une both for one year. All communica- You can got The and The IIepuhmcax both one year for One Dollar and Ton. cents. 1 1 tions andbusiness ters should be 'MW.SM9m l5ia.aB:El2LJB.HI3L dressed, not to the editor personally for he is away much of II 8 the time, but to The Rhpuhlicax, Hart- 0 ford, Ky. This sures prompt atten- tion. niccl-icin- e, u 0 8 i " I For $1.25 we will send you The publican and the Home and Farm both one ycaiv We will send you The Republican and the both ono year for 81.75. i "STcE3XJL IHTlll Kal.JLsL.e., & F. A. AMES CO.