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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF 1HE ME C0K10NAL DISTRICT, Per Annum, Is Adunce, iyOL. VI. 'G -- HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1894. Chilirn A"sYh"cb6inonlfis ','ficluTle Thanks- A 1" .lIct'lir.ABY'MiHKSOltllTinN. Nnw"vonK SUN. NO. 29. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report must have proper nourishment during growth, or they will not develop uniformly, They find the food they need in i br 4 Washington for Btrcirnod oystew. New Orleans has a specialty And Jim McCrearj'aJtither . In broiled oysters.' These nre tho big ziu&xi&Ky Insisted that it wis luselouf. native oysterH enught in tho The only proper nftlhod ,fr llrpori There is Cod-live- r Oil for healthy flesh and gulf nlreams. They arc pinned on To glorify the cau e Ot School District, No. 50, for the of lime and soda for bone material. silver skewer and broiled In a bunch Of Democratic preatige, term ending February 6, 1894. And swing that b's nucr, high, of ten or twelve, nnd their goodness Physicians, the world over, endorse it. Altha Allen 95, Georgie Pirtlc 97, CHARACTER IN MOUTHS Which'in the Sandwich Islands I la beyond praise. Cora Allen 98, Mnttie Pirtle 98, Inez Hud got It in the, eye. The oystem of Franco nnd EngYork 96, Katie Coombes 96, Mabel Ono Way of Tallin a Woman's land f.ro not comdderal as good ns lie nlso intinip.tcdV Disposition. Duke 97, Susie Duke 90, Viola Duke those of America, but they are mora The party owed'itschieC ar not known among thoso who tnko SCOTT'S EMULof a luxury. Oyatcr culture Is ono Who'd led it, On to glory, 90, Annie Grigsby 97, Inez Duke 92, nor Month 1VI11 Tell It. Own Story SION. Babies grow t and chubby on It, nnd aro good TIi is measure of. relict, . of the iiidu'ries of Trance. In 0110 Ifffie Yoilt97, Ollie York 99, Addie Tlinio Who Aro Wile Enough , r vull. naturod because Hut Jimmy day, in the year 1877, twenty-tw- o . to Interpret IU Hines 92, Iva Vance 98, Nannie Crow-dc- r To put the measure Uirptijjh, Prepared by Set! Covn, I.. Y. Drutfristi soil it. Mnanlng. millions of oysters were galhorcd In 85, Bertha Allen 93, Lizzie Allen our ...h.jiu..u mW;jkjw tho basin' of Araencbon. , Somo of --Would change'ctfsH! bird of rrfedonr '9ISLaurencr.Allen 96, Tula Phillips Even when in'nbsolufc"rcposo the . Jnto-a'AilIS5 ttfc French oyate1s,Tf6ri7lljry"th'ib pf v- 98, R. S. Pirtle 97, Clarence Allen mouth tolls Its own story to thoso YSTJSRS. Canealo, wore considered the best In Great Ges.irl tfhat's the matter 91, I.cc Duke 90, Clarance Howard who aro wise enough to interpret it, Willi Jimmic? Can't he see the country, their slmpo being fino 98, Estil Allen 100, Arthur York loo, 6ays Wavcrloy. One's character to Sorao Intorojtlntf Pnctn About nnd their flavor excellent. .The oyster The people ol the country Don't want this twctdJle-dceRichard Hincs 90, Willie Bines 85, largely revealed by this Importunt beds nre protected by law since tho Thla Popular Wolluak. Eddie York 96, Henry Pirtle 9S, Steve feature. Cautiousness Is declared catching of tho oyster has bocomo a They know thnt G rover Cleveland Is in a sorr3- - plight, Dean Swift says lir was n bold man science. Grigsby 100, Virgil Bines ioo, James In a large mouth with curved lips, a&wiaii.v A traveler who has eaten, oysters And all the power of Congress who tlrst nte nn oyster. Tho legend Allen 98, Lonnie Ilohimer 95, Alva very full, and the lino of the mouth Can't legislate him right. making a decided double wave. which i9.si,','iH the first net of oyster la all lands has this to say about Carter 92, Owen Cash 80, Henry AlWhen tho teeth show frankness Is wild oysters: eating to Its origin Is often told. A floppy amity len 82, Nora Duke 83, FIGHTING ANTS. "I never want to eat lctter oysters also generosity and manifested, "A mnn, ivnlkingone dny, picked Twm thai with th Johnsont afUr D. B. Waiid, Teacher. faith. When tho upper lip Is long Tnitann II. lmil bwn rescnsil fVatn tho up one of these savory bivnlvoi, just than some I found growing in tho grata by tlw ni of Iir.Fonner'a Kidney ns it was In tho act of Lupinir. Ob- - trees at Station Creek, fort Royal. A I'urlnl InilHitlunl In the Tjopl: and curls in on tho lower ns If o4 BuVikoha Cura. IT Mini Kin pi Hmokc lor nrltcsi I used to go out before breakfast and There is no claim made for Ayer's gathered, the owner of tho mouth to " M JaaMinr diad of kidney dueafla and fcorvlug the extreme smoothness of Tluifl'nrpoop. secretive and to over In dread of Sarsapanlla which cannot be endorsI Inn ml tod It. Km! tweonlo o bad Hint the Interior shclU, be Insinuated bis pick eiioui;h for a feast. They wero l'HII.AIir.U'HIA TIMES. twlloat trmttnmt oaanl to lxnoflt mi linger between them, tints bo might tree oysters, and I U3ed to tuke a ed by scores of testimonials. This somo ono finding out his business. To look at the mild, timid ants of Mut I wasgirtm srertodls. One Vittlo Mono to dihlodgo them. Sounds llko al-ilenlfact plainly proves that the blood is If she Is a woman, she to Imagining Br. Fenner's Kldnry and Hnchnihe feel their shining surfacv, when a yarn, bu it Is truo every timo. our cool climates which run at the the source ol most disorders and aro wanting ever eloped upon the exploring Cura racUeallr cnrdm, though Icon-matho; that that her associates It a littia longer to be nte. iiie tuio comes m there ten or sound our sight of people, build their Ajer's Sarsaparilla is the best of to know her personal affairs; sho Sj digit with'nbcusiitlon less pleaiuru-nbldiiruntian hnprorcd a one, xnj lciilnvj-never falls to know all about theirs. thuii ho nntlilpated. Tho twelve feet high, and the trees wore humble nests under a stone or the blood purifier. liralHl and I am now a well mnn." Try it this month. She is but unfortunprompt withdrawal of bis linger was subincro.l tvleo every twenty-fou- r loots of a tiee, and content themWrIUs hfm at Illfotl, N. Y. Certain In alt .--. m ate; will make fow friends, and to albcarcely a more natural movement hours, and tho oysters lodged in selves with gentlemanly little thefts kldnayrilfteiiftes,fcmUcompla!nU,bafl Old Dr. Ilriiiiiiiioml, ache, aerencaa or liun.n.ss Thick lips ways 011 tho defensive. back, than its transfer to hl3 mouth; tho them. And thny stayed there and jf seeds or grain, or sucl small maBtona In bladder, ate. Abo tfaa OniAT attracted more. When the tide went ttersto look at these .gentle little After years of patient study and ex-- ! that drooptat tho corners Indicate a Blood FcniriM, rrmoTlnff promptly result was most fortunate. Tho own-o- r perituent has given to the world a vain and pouty person. A mouth of the finger tasted ojster jaicd out they were stranded high nnd all rmrmr and pobonous matter from ellows you would never imagine that preparation which is an absolute cure that turns up at the corners abruptuta bload, uriae akin rropMona and for tho first time, as tho Chinaman dry, and lazy fellows, llko myself, hero nte some branches of their fami for every form of Rheumatism. aarafula, Ajnprrmin, hf art rinoata, Hrnn Ask ly, llko a'lamb's, invariably belongs weiv glad to eat them." V, rktuinatlatn, ilrrmatnnsi, dullnam, In Ellas cssaj, having burnt bis finA man .ho has mado the oyster a ly, distant cousins, which are fierce your druggist for it, and do not take to a stupid body. It ger, t tasted crackling. aitflfUtMaviM, constipation, beadachea. rriinded if witlafactlon no "Tht hftvot was delieloiH bo had lifostriiy Cuds many curious und in in the pursuit of their Iiunnn neigh-cor- s' anything else, for nothing else is as is a sad mistake that so many of our ftron. Taka home a bottlo iiiadeu great discovery; so be p'.el.rxl t'Tcithigthlujs about this mollusk. goods, so strong and so intelligood. If your druggist has not got it artists Insist on representing beautiup the oyster, forced open the shells, The nnuiomy of an oyster shows ns gent that even grown men are afraid write to the Drummoud Medicine Co., ful women with the sheep's mouth. A mouth that seems to bo cut from the banqueted upon their conteits, and complete mi equipment of tho vital ol them and sometimes whole villages 0 Maiden Lane, New York, and nostrils downward, not making tho soon brought oyster eating Into features as does 'the human body. turn out to fight them. Hut (St. Louis Southwestern Ry.) it is so, they will send you lull particulars and corners alone turned down, but fashion. And, unlike most f.i.Jdoai, Seen under a microscope It is a wonTO it has never gone, and to nover likely der to c.ainiuo. A counota&cur will and these eyes of mine hive looked testimonials ol wonderful cures, to- rather tho whole mouth, and with a short upper llji and a very full under, tell us that sin to cook an upon them and their ruthless doings, gether with special instructions. to go out." The formija, as this destroyer is Agents wanted. -. It is suro to belong to a haughty, highoyster, that ' t should be eaten with In 1SJJ Butler wrote unIndependent bred, reasonable and imwholoriouii) in ull deliberation in iU native liquid, out called, constructs a citidal for itsalf THEONLYLIWIS woman. She Is quick tempered, Imiiionthi that have not an V in their of Its own sh"ll, unspoiled by any underground, its only communication Jrml llvpurt With through Car ScrTiee from Full lips method of coi':iii'j. But there nre with th.' world above bsttig by secret Of District No. 8, lor mouth ending petuous and Impulsive. name, to eat an oyster." who are fond of tho passages Old fishermen and dc:.Lra 1:1 tho nn. y February, 9U1, 1S64 general aver- that' roll slightly from tho teeth and wooJ-lic- c If it can find Any unite bluntly at the corners, making Tfl bivalve do not ngreo to thin. They oyster poe'red, who cannot touch It there ibouts it captures ana car-ne- s age of attendance, for month in the raw, r.nd for those are the It almost Imposiblo to close them bay thai July oysters are delicious John Daniel 99, Tcua Austin 97, without making tho lips hnvo a them home, makes a yard for stowed, steamed, panned, nono Hnur, but It is doubtless trtii fanu,-yarand Nelie Austin 98, Freddie Patton 98, gathered appearanco, belong to tho that if oyster. weie eaten all tho fancy lvasls and other designs, them, a ventible Nn change of Cnti to keeps them content by furnishing a Mollie Tatum 98, Pearl Daniel 99, sentimental woman. Sho to always year round consumers would lose, v.hidi are produced at the restauWallace 99. Laura May 99, Prtt- - in love and soldom gets married. rants with much painstaking on tho supply of fresh leives every diy, j'ust their zest for them. "Who arc tho beat judges of oys- part of cooks. 'Whllo'th'o oyster is far all the world as we feed bur farm 'die May 99, Mary Patton 99, Willie Lips that cover tho teeth and meet iu ters, men 6: women? a3l;od a De- bdieved to bo the lowest form of an- stock. The fnrmiga is a marau Jer of HoswcllS, Clayton Wallace 99, Ber- on a straight line, showing of the troit Frco Preps man of a prominent imal life, it is abo known to be its own kindred, too, in iking , raids tha Tatum 99, Minnie Richardson 99, red n very, very little, and when acutely sensitive to noise, light nnd on its weaker cousins, and bearing Belle Patton 99, Ed Black 99, Willie closed have a smooth yet not drawn dealer. appearance, denote great determina"A few men," answered tho deal- intrusion of any kind. It to not a ofTtheircgs, which, in due course of May 99, Lconn Gaddis 97, Coleman tion, a determination that, has grown and er, otutlonMy. Carrying tliroiijjfi Coriic "The people who fighter, nor has any exhibitor ever hatching, becoaie the slaves of their Tatum 99, Herman Black 99, Josie out of a strong and unbreakoblo llu rat the most oysters are not exports. suec'icded in showing to tho world a Pullman Shopcr. Tnvc.rMi Black 98, Lonuic Howard 99, Fannie will. A jealous mouth is depressed finest (rrni:ig, glazing and timber Oysters are oysters to them, unless tamed oyster. It is vigilant but captors. "Mum as nn oyster," Is a Usually the p;oj!c of those tropic d Black 99, Willie Daniel 99, Maggie ut tho comets. Tho lips are full and limit. Ainl rtehiti the most prov tlioy are society folks going to giro a i;ilco,t. Daniel 98, Herbert Campficld 97, just cscapo drooping. A straight, dinner. Then they ask for Blue well known phrr.io. regions piy little attention to the da icruu tortus ami cities in the Inuuinerablo j'okes hnvo been In- iugs of the fonntga. They c uue and Dutch Austin 99, Reuben Howard 99, large mouth, with full lips that show Points and they are always eaten both rows of teeth in laughter, indivented niiont tho church sociable go as on tho bhell." they list, running over the Roy Daniel 100, Lelia Daniel 99, cates good nature and thoughtful-ncss- . oyster, raid it vri boldly declared "Whuio do they come from?" rooms, ttbles, dishes; they arc fishel Jiinmie Daniel 99, Charlie Lee 99, The lips of tho cynic, tho "Oh, from u littlo pieoo of land during the popularity of a certain FARMING LANDS. YoiMiiiR out of the butter, tsppel oat ol the Ellis Austiii 99, Cordie May 97. misantbropo, aro flexible to such rJiat projects out into Long Inland slangfiaylng that tho church oyster L T. Baknakd, Teacher. fttiuiulitut.y all the ceiaab, corn und a degree that they can curl and found. It Is culled Ulna Point, and was "never In the soup." Shakca- - bread and cake. It is all a matter of cotton, nntl trprcinlly ndiiplcd lo tho tho befit sooiuy oysters conic from pcaro commemorated tho bivalve in course. wreathe In scorn and disbelief, and Inimigintita and returning voyagers Imniedatcly turn Into a smile of cultivation ol unull lr:iitH ami early there. T!io, am served on oyatcr a climax of fine distinction when he Hut when these sturdy little lelows find in Ayer's Sarsoparilla a cute for friendship and courtesy that makes jilnic thnt hold live ne,ver moro said vejelaltlcs. invade the house in swarms, and a "Wliy then the vcrld'n mica oynttr, eruptions, boils, pimples, eczeina.ctc, it hard ut first to dccldo tho natural hnvo regular customers than six. 1 Allimlu LANDS. GUAZING .I tt'a kli Httonl will oren." warm reception boiling water fails mouth has whether resulting from sea-diand bent. The ?u) 011.10 in hero and cat never less excellent pnsturago during iilniot-- t the to diminish the nuisance, then the : n Ce Identified. , life on or from any other rather a tight expression, und if the than a doxen, fioni that to thrco become neceservices of the nut-ma- u entire year, nnd comparatively close ...ol., cause. Its value as a tonic and alter- corners aro turned they generally dorn, on their way homo to a six imnna nl.1 aoiiii ane.t, k)v;uM-iiJuoMii) incline upward into n wco bit of a to the great matkcti. I remembqr one five feet seven Inches hi height, ssity and he is sent for in hot haste. ative medicine cannot be overestimato'clock dinuei. His stock iu trade is an enormous smirk. Tho expression is generally TIMBER LANDS. Covered Tihh mar, who called uto thrco donen, and and weighing ono hundred and o ed. o or just prepared that of a almoet iucxliatiitiblc foreMs ot ycliow I laid tho Icnifo down nnd stopped pounds, has escaped from bellows nnd load of wood found in to turn into oac, but a sudden droop 'Co on,' ho said, Fort Leavenworth military prison. the nighboring lorests. After stopping and the hard nodda opening tliein. pine, cypress FrroTriKlr In llio Kotilli. at tho corners of tho mouth that has 'till I say enough.' He uto another Ho Is a victim of tho tattoo crnzo up all the openings leading under the common to Arkansas nnd Eastern The late Henry W Grady thus de- a very full under lip also Indicates and I expected to oeo him and lias a wristlet on bhi left wrist, house, except a central one, he endoacu, Texas. and satisfaction. fall over. "They're getting rich,' ho and a small slity, flowers, a crescent, larges that and forms it into n furnace scribes its effects: I attended a fu- great Can bo procured on reasonable und said, 'but I never ta3tcd finer.' a Mar and an anchor ndorn bia left that "will admit the pipe of the bel- neral in Pickens county, Georgia, of a What Ho Meant. poor man. They buried him in the When I bad opened six dozen be said hand. Rings are tattooed on covernl advantageous terms. 1 midst of a marble quarry; they cut might stop. 'I'm going homo now fingers, an eaglo holding a shield, lows. An amusing Incident told by a Then he lights a fire nnd with the through the solid marble to make his with nn appetite for roast beef,' ho on each side, to on resident of Washington county, All llnraroamerl mltli mid niivclirlo said, and paid for the lot. No. It with a wreath tho back of his right hand; n mnlo aid of the gieat bellows forces the grave, yet tl)e little tombstone they Miss., was printed in Harper's Mag-azln- o etann ialiTln llio wasn't n bet, nnd tho man wasn't a bust with a wreath underneath Is smoke into the ant citadels under the put above him was from Vermont. somo years ago. regular customer." d surface of the ground. Of course They buried him in the heart of a pricked In bto upper left arm, a In this part of tho great Missis'What are tho largest oyaters?" on the Jowor part of tho these are very poious, and when the pine forest, and yet, ship the pine coffin sippi valley, which Is llablo to annual "The largest in bulk nii Now same arm, a broken dagger with a smoke passes through them, it goes Atk your nearest Ticket Ayr ut for was imported form Cincinnati. They Inundation from tho fnther of waYork counts, socalled because In Now Mar In tho center and a hand holdout into the house above. Then the buried him within touch of nn iron ters, dwells old Jcsso D innp?, tunc tables, etc., and tvrito to York they , noted tiro t.old by count, whilo ing a bouquet; on the outer portion n any ot the following lor all informaleaves the assistant to work mine, and yet, the nails in his coffin, for his quaint speeches and imperthey lira sold by the measure. of tho left arm a femalo figuro holdhoic tion you may deeire concerning tho Tho Bultimoro select oyster.?, thoso ing u flag, on tho right forearm out- the bellows nnd going into the house and the iron in the shovel that dug turbable manner. On 0110 occasion that tire caught In Chesapeake bay, ward a picture of tho crucifixion; on stops up every nperature and crack his grave, were imported from Pitts- ho was witness in a easo with which trip to tho Great Soutlnrctt. tho moisture or urjdity of tho soil are very much in demand by the peo-pl- o the Inside of tho snmo arm a femalo that he cau find, burg. They buried him beside of the had not tho remotest R.T.G. MATTHEWS, connection; who appreciate a good oyster. blist with a wreath; on tho upper , Louisojllc, Ivy. Meanwhile there is a wild commo- best sheep grazing country on the but notwithstanding this, ho preDia't Paw. Aj-t.There Is a barrel hero at the door. part- - of the- right nrnV, b(?ntdcsa tion among those doomed insects earth", and yet, the wool in the eoflin faced his answer to every question E. W. LaBEAUME. Coniftout and see them breathe." Bpread eagle, a coat of arms, a large whose home is being bombarded with bands, andthecoffin bands, themselves with tho irrelevant & Tkl. Agt., St. Louis, Mo. remark: "Wn'al, G. 1'. The dealer bent over tho barrel, 'cress uud crown,' a flower girl, an smoke. They understand their dan- were brought from the North. The I war desp'ratoly overflowed that J. A. EDSON, and without touching tho bivalves eagle, an anchor, n cross burrounded South did not furnish a thing for year." called attention to tho fact that each by a wreath, an owl on tho limb of a ger with the very first puffthat reachGen'l Supt., Texarkunn, Tox. Becoming a littlo annoyed by the slioll gaped at tho edge. It was only tree, a nude femalo figure a heart, es them and knowthat their ony hope thnt funeral but the corpse nud the constant repetition of this remark, a line, but it was an air Hue, and and moro wreaths on other parts of is iu flight. They all hasten to their hole in the ground, when ho rattled tho barrel each 0110 hla body. There they put him away, and the tho examining counsel finally said, central chamber, where their precious in a rather sneering tono: of theso gaping oybtcra shut up llko eggs arc stored. At a given signal clods rattled down 011 his coffin, nnd Most Noted Ennravor. "Mr. D , will you plenso stato a vise. Then bo took but one, laid from their chief each one seizes an they buried him in a New York coat to tho court and jury what you mean John Sartaln, tho most widely on the counter, nnd gavo it n tup it 11 iu haste into the nud a Boston pair of shoes, and a by being 'desp'ratoly overflowed?' " egg, then all tin d under tho chin with his knife. Tho known engraver in America, (The Mississippi Valloy Route.) Straightening himself up to his full birthday re- subterranean passages that lead into pair of breeches from Chicago, and a his cltrlity-flft- h tap was so hard that it broko oil a TO fragment of tho sboll. Tho knlfo con- cently. "Probably," says tho Phil- the garden, deserting their homes shirt from Cincinuatti, leaving him height six feet three and with a tinued Its work, and there was a gap adelphia Record, "no living art- and caicfully stored stock of provis- nothing to carry into the next world drawl of corresponding length, ho LOUISVILLE, EVANSVILLE, GIN. made, and tho oyster could bo seen ist has dono more for tho advauco-men- t ions, but holding fast to their treas with him to remind him of the coun- replied: of his profession In America ured eggs. shrinking iv littlo ns If It know Its "Wn'nl, sir, I meun thar war too AUDALLPOINS EAST. try In which he lived, for which he doom. They always shrink It Is than Mr. Sartuin. In 1828 bo began But there, before tlicni.'nre the cru- so gallantly fought for four years, much water for wugonin', and not TO enough for boutin'I" tho only ovldenco of feeling they ever thopracticoof mezzotints, and thereel wreaths of smoke. They turn and but the chill of blood in his veins nnd Tho counsel gavo It up. show. after seldom resumed tho art ho had iu his bones. Memiiliis, Vickshurg, Haw Or- "What about tho pearls found in first learned In if3 purity, but com- rush to another passage. The same Uie innrtow the oyster shells?" bined it with stipple and mezzotint. thing there. As a forlorn hope the Javanese Music. AND ALL P01NT8 SOUTH. "Oh," said tho dealer, "wo often Mr, Snrtain at ono lime also occu- poor nntswc can't help feeling sorDandruff forms when the glands of The Javanese- musical instruments TO find them. There was u man In hero pied a prominent position In tho lit-- , ry for them after all run into the the skin are weakened, and if negtho other day who bad a beauty. Ho erary world, whoro his memory to old deserted galleries, or set to. wurk lected, baldness is sure to follow. aro mado mostly of bamboo. Thoy Cairo, Chicago, Bald ho had been offered tweaty-flv- o St. Louis, also played upon a pipe, or whistle, still green. In 184U ho became edi- to make new ones, hoping their ene- Hall's Hair Rcucwer is the best which was about three foot long and ANDALLTOINTS NORTH for It. It was largo and a tor nnd proprlotor of Campbell's my will not find them there at least. dollars six inches across. This bounded y bluish-whitOf cotirso cooking tho Foreign Mimnzine,und AND WEST. is patrollng the But the llko the hollow roar of a lion. Anheld an interest In the Eclcctia pearl spoils It." other was 11 bundle of tubes of differTho giving of those items of infor- Museum, which subsequently be- grounds around the house. As the Memphis with tbrougb Connecting at ent lengths, which covered tho small mation was much interfered with by came tho Eclectic. In 1848 ho old or new galleries are cleared out trains to all points in boy, who carried it like u big saddle. tho coming of customers who pur- bought a hull Interest In llio Union by the brave little npts the smoke A log howu out with two strings chased from ono of throo grades, f Magazine, which lntor becamo wide- penetrates them nud comes to the surstretched ucross It served us a known to all dealers a3 sclccta. mo- - ly known as Sartaln's Magaulno." face in a thin wreath. They nre thus drum. A zither of sixteen strings and ull information dlums or standards. Then a iilnglo Rates, Ticketf, and a Stated meeting of the Hartford betrayed as well ns smothered, and a niundolin cf two completed, jrill bo furnished on application to customer would ask , for Bulllmorcs Lodge, No. 675, V, & A, Masons, first stroke of the sjmdc ends their frantic their outdoor band, whilo Inside 01m or Bine Points, Monday night in each mouth, Alt escape. ' your nearest tiokct agent. could hear other musio mado by "In what month do you soil tho brethren nre invited to attend regular. efforts Jo gongs of wonderfully pure und T. B. LYNCH, this time fresh quantities of the All most oysters?" W. H. Mooiut, W. M. Nicholas. beautiful touo.-rS- t. G. P. A., Douisvlllc. Ky. "November and March." hot wnoke is forced through their, II. WiUNSitiUMiiii, Scc'y, stows; nnt-mn- Scott's Emulsi Thin Children tfjr giving and Lent, tho demand can easily bo accounted for. Ankodhow many bo bad sold In a slnglo day, the dealer named a carload." "Detroit," said a rcstaurantour, "has n liking for fried oystero, nnd there are places hro known to the elect where tho fried oysters arc tidbits of luxury." Boston Is fnmd for her oyster Then tip rose Jim McCrcary, A CoiigreGsmaifgadzook, As smooth as warm molasses And pticstly as lie looks; . He read n resojutjo 1, Which said tlii President, In his Hiwaifniniif Idle, Was rij;h't in hisL atcnt. highways and byways and the frail bodies of the formiganre shriveling and dropping along their line of attempted retreat. Soon they cease to struggle. They cannot breathe the rarefied smokedadened air. They next day, when the soil hascoolcd ofT they ate found Calcined in their once fbusy galleries, their roasted escs at their side. Poor little creaturesl But their human victims call the u a blessing. lAiSy PowderABSQUUTEOf PURE PROFESSIONAL CARD. - n, H. Hlrnn, J.N. It. IVrflillng-- . "nnver-'ldntcd- i HARTFORD, KY. otit Amlerr cu' Itaaur.) Will practice their profession in courts of Ohio and adjoining coun-ties, and court of Appeals. Special1 (Olllco, v LAWYERS, GLENN & WEDDING, all-th- e w&m m ?i attention given to criminal practice nnd collections. ? 3"ames .A.. Sraitla. T AW rssS'T sss piEY E.D.GUFFY. j-- IIAIlTrOItl), KY. Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, nnd court of Appeals. Special ntterition given to collections. Office cast side of public square. B. D.IUNGO y A o s attorneys ggt ',aw, kind-hearte- ott SSartfsrS., SCou.fu.cfar. W ill practice iu nil courts of Ohio and adjoining couufies, Superior Court and Court of Appeals. Co- llections and all legal business attended to. Office 329 E. Market Sti lli-H- weak-minde- Jnr B. E. WEDDING, to-da- Attorney at Law, Be writ Dam, Ky. Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio nnd adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Cotton Belt Route 48-5- Arkansas, Tcsaa '- Una MIFEIS or 1W 24. Er-m- ie HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his prpfession iu all the Courts oi Ohio and ndjoiniug counties, nud in tho Court ot. Ap- peals. Special atteutiou given to collections. OfIic.c, in County.Attor- ney's office, in Court House. Lawyer Perry Westerfield, M. I. jHGAVg.rM, .' ' il Two Daily Trains Attorney at Law. Braver Dam, Ky. Grn.i jBoutlrwooi;. i - g-- wssm & a-- 9 self-satisfi- Ha-C- ship-board- 4 n. DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Is prepared to do all kinds of Dental work at reasonable prices. y tlilr-ty-on- half-smll- self-estee- O.A.JL.IL, OONT tafc & fjteitfe, Cotton Bolt Route full-rigge- aMstnk Pictures la nnt-ipn- Ewy Style and Sue. Ir01d Pictures 37wiG Copied and Enlarged A SPECIALTY. 108J Main Street. 0 WENSBOJIO, KY i.ouiNViL,i,:,sr. ill:. St, BClirjOULE l.N louis atkx. 11. x Liiii I 3xh lihij , KKFECT NOV. No. 61, 1, WEST BOUNO. CO. &S.W.R.R I.r. Loul.ville Went I'olni.....M UrnmlentmrK colo-bratc- Irvlnton pplirunort Cloierport llaweaville I.rwlsporl Oucnatioro . lu.lln.m. 9.10 p.m. 11:11 a.m. 10.10 p.m. ll.Mn. in. 10.31p.m. 12: 10 p. in. Hill p. m. 1.01 No, S3, Cully. Dally. 7.15 a. m. t.'ii p. in. s II it. in. 7:20 p.m. 9.17 a. m, 8.07 p. m. 0 1 a.m. 8 47 p. ra. 10.23 a. m. 0.21 p. in. 1891. -- Ar. p. m, ll.M p. m. n, 12 So a. m. o. 62, . 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I.ouUilll, Ky. und Opium XWM cured at liuiuo W 5tE5!u!?5!offl UM.WonU,SY,M.U, CdluU&YrwiMUUlim tlnikraaeutraKC. o . incut merchants, left for Kvansvillc Mr. Candidate, we have an eye oil CoIIcrp HninicnliiKW. Schools are sometimes said to be last Saturday night, where he will you. attend to some very important busMr. I'ierson, who has had a Very dull and uninteresting placcs.bitt Hartiness. PUBLI8IIKD UVKIIY F1UOAY MOllNINO. serious time with sore eyes, is al- ford College is anything but a place Tho Judgomont on Hood's Pro 10 it Assr.vsoit, VOK COUNTY JUIMii:. nouncod by Squlro Fogg. of this kind. s toWit AKli AUT1I0UI.KI) TO ANNOUNCI Any one in need of n most well. Wit AltU AUTIIOIUZHD TO ANNOU.NCi; The happy smiling faces of nearly Dl5K L. MlLI.KU K.lllor and Proprietor bacco picker cannot do better than Mrs. Victoria Coleman, who Ins JO. H. IlOtJHIlN, John P. Mouton to employ J. D. CofThian or T. 1 been very ill for several mouths, is two hundred and fifty pupils bespeak As a candidate for to the As a candidate for Assessor of Ohio an intensity of interest that instantly Tanner. the office of County Judge ol Ohio county, subject to the nctiou of the Friday, Fkijkuarv 16, 1894. thought to be somewhat better. county, subject to the action of the Democratic patty. Where was Mr. Johnny Dell on last Rev. Jaruigan filled his regular dispels all thougtof inactivity. Even Republican party. Wit AUK AUTllOUIZItO TO ANNOONCIt Ciiicaoo is thrcateucd with au ep- Sunday? He missed it all by not be- appointment at Zion Church Saturday the casual observer cannot enter any John M. LitAcn of the rooms without being forcibly VK AltKAUTIIOUIZr.I) Already tlicie ing at home. TO announce: emnllpox. and Sunday. idemic of As a candidate for Assessor of Ohio Miss Gcrda Tichenor was all smiles Dan l-- Tit ac y Misses Miggie and Ola Miller are impressed by the vigorous manner have- been several deaths. county, subject to the nctiou of the with which the pupils enter into their last Sunday, as well as some one else. visiting relatives in iUnavillc. As a candidate for County Judge of Democratic patty. Ohiocounty, subject to the action The people of Hartford fail todaly Youk Uncmj Mason. The Infant child of Homer Hedges work and the promptness with which of the Republican party. Wr.Aiti: autiiouizi:i) to announok they respond in recitations. appreciate tho great school they have is very sick at this writing. i'omhsvii.m:, N. C. Dan 1:1, Rev. E.E. Pate conducted the exertho grand work it is doing. hero and Wh aiu: At Tiioitizi:i)To announci: Miss Lizzie Held, after a stay of Feb. 1 1 I shall offer no excuse for As a candidate for the office ol Asses- His talk Visit the College and seo for your- my long delay in writing to your several weeks here, returned to her cises last Friday morning. I'AUK J. A. j sor of Ohio county, subject to the ac was one calculated to do great good. self. As n candidate for the ofliceof County valuable paper as my absence from home at Troy, Ind. party. I lis distinction Judge of Ohio county, subject to the tion of the Republican between knowledge William Brown, Roscvi le. was in home alone gives mc a valid excuse, Wit AUK AUTHOUI7.U1) TO ANNOUNCK of the Republican party. action and wisdom was clearly drawn. Quoting frftm an exchange the Tho following trstlmonhl comes fromT. M. and as I see no one else has taken town Saturday visited relatives. (. Davis Royal Miss Bertha Brown, Rockport, is Kogg, Esq., who Is Galveston News says: throughout KenErnest Hicks spent Sunday with Wi: auk AirriionizKD to announi i: I hope this duty upon thcms-rlves- , As n candidate for the office of Assvs-so- r tucky as court Justice am! juitlco of tho peace a new pupil in the Collegiate De"When it cornea to raising reve- to be still retained his parents in Oweusboro. K. T. Williams (or rinth county. His words should Invoke. Hit of Ohio county, subjecs to the ncasacrorespomlcnt. nue, whisky is hard to beat. A bushThe people of Deancfield were great- partment this week. As a candidate for County Judge of tiou of the Republican party. confidence of nil who rend his letter On my return to Kordsvillc I find whisel of corn makes four gallons ol John II. Wood is still absent from "C. I. Hood It Co., Lowell, Mnss.t Ohio county, subject to the action of Out of it still progressing toward th it flour- ly surprised Saturday morning at the school on ky, which retails for $16. "I will say for Hood's SarMpnrlllA I believe the Democratic party. account of sickness. to he the best medicine. In the world. In the 83, tho rail- ishing city which will some day tike news that Mr. Robert Mills and Miss this the government gets E. M. Morton is at home this week It Blanch Sanders had run away from winter of 'Pi I had a bnd case of the (jrlp which roit nut.vrv .vrrnitNi:Y. roads 81, tho manufacturer 84, tho the. place ot our little town. on the sick list. left my s9tom In very bad shnpe. I tried Wit AUK AUTHOUI7.KI) To ANNOUNCK their parents to have the bonds which vender 87, tho farmer 40 cents, and The health of the community is FOR J A I I.O It. I could And And Rot no relief. In the f.ill I The studfiuts of the college have M. L. IIKAVIUN tho drinker tho delirium tremens." God had made united by the laws of ot the s.imo year 1 bouttht n bottlo ot Hood's Wis auk authoki7.hi) to announci; good, As a candidate for County Attorney might have added: The mother man. It was a fine example "That heard many fine lectures this year.but Sarsaparilla. The first doso I took It Our business men report no dull J. K. Asnnv of Ohio county, subject to the nctiou Made a Decided Chnngo love conquers all things," for after that delivered by Dr. Coleman Wed-- I and father, gray hairs ami giief; tho times. As 11 candidate for the office df Jailor of the Republican party. nesday morning was certainly a re d for the better. When I began biking tho first of Ohio poverty wife and children, hunger, county, subject to the action Miss Sue Jenkins, of Habit, spent they escaped the vigilance of the bottle my weight wns 17? pounds, tho lightest watchful parents they .went to Mr. treat for all who heard him. In tears slnco manhood, lly tho tlmo tho second bottle of the Republican party and the will Wit AUK AUTIIOUIZHI) TO ANNOUNCK aud shame; tho State, a criminal. Sunday with friends in town. of the people. and pointed language he portrayed J. A. Smith Tonplc ('i cms) Times. Miss I.ou Dcanc, of Urcckenridge John Wade's where an ox team was ' As a candidate for County Attorney the events in the life of one starting Wit AUK AUTIIOHIZKI) TO ANNOUNCE county, was the guest of Miss Alice procured and the contracting pir-tie- ' in of Ohio county, subject to the action the direction of ruin, then in his had been used my weight was 103 pounds. I with Mr. Cap Colbert and Miss It seems that at least two of the ilrown last week. John W. Black of the Republican patty. own convincing and impressive manSarsaparilla and! gladly As n candidate for the office of oho nil this to Hood's quill drivers of the Hancock Clarion Jailor Wk aui: Aiiriiomzr.i) Misses Dora Gibson and Attie Miry King as attendants, wcie driv- ner pictured recommend It to nil sudetors." T. SI. form, to announck the.steps necessary to refof Ohiocounty, subject to the action are sadly out of joint. Here's a Justleo of the lVaee, Sh.irpsliurg, Kentucky. Austin, Beaver Dam, spent Saturday ing to Whttesvile to await the morn- ormation. E. V. Ni:i. of the Republican party. We hope the Doctor will ing train. To the eager couple the thoharmouy existing between and Sunday with Mrs. J. R. Walker. Unnri'a Dllla runt liver UN. rnnstlivitlnti. As n candidate for County Attorney be with us seveial times before the VK AUK AUTIlOHIZIil) To ANNOUNCK biliousness. Jaundice, slok headache, Indigestion tho editorial page aud tho Frankfort Miss Dora met quite a number of her night seemed as though it would close of Ohio county, subject to the action of the Xear- never wear away, but finally. the sun Jo. B. Saniii'.ui'Uu of the Republican party. correspondence in a recent issuo of former pupils while in town. Mrs. Carrie Williams visited the As a candidate lor the office of Jailor Wi: aim: Aiinioiti.i:i to announck Missesjessie Reynolds and Rosa came peeping up over the Eastern school tho Clarion. It says editorially: Wednesday. of Ohio county, subject to the action P. L. Fklix "The present legislature has been Graves attended the ball at Horse hills and with it the distant echo of Misses Eva Morton, Dessie Duke, of the Rt publican party. After arriving in in session 34 legislative days and will Branch last Thursday night and re- the coming train. As n candidate for County Attorney Stella Thomas, Emma Fair, Verda Wi: AUK AUTIIOHIZKI) TO ANNOUNl'i: of Ohio couuty, subject to the action surely be remembered for tho great port a good time. Oweusboro they aimed to go to Rock-por- t, Duke and Laura Render, and Messrs. of the Democratic party. II. D. Smith number ol bad bills not passed, as but missing the boat, they had M. Bean, R. E. L. Siminerinan, Mrs. J. W. Petty nnd daughter Hartford, Ky. Jo.B. only a baKcr's dozen up to the present Miss Anna are visiting relatives As a candidate for Jailor of Ohio counto get. their license in Owensboro. near Rogers, G. B. Likens, R. Holbrook, praclico lm profcecinn in all ty, subject to the action of the Rehave passed." Kill .MAUI.HrHATi:. They married in the clerk's office Hardinsburg. Wi: AUK AUTllOUIZItO TO ANNOUNCK Win. Foster, Sr., Warren Girffin and WILL courts of Ohio and adjoining publican party. Frankfort correspondent says: The Miss Sallie Ford is the guest of about 2 o'clock. They received a T Larkin Griffin were among J. C. ClIAMIII'.UI.IAN our counties nun Coin t of Appeals Spec Wi: auk. AUTiioitizi:i ic announci: "Tho Legislature is progressing Miss Abbie Smith. royal welcome from the boys when welcome al attention given in collections. As n candidate' for Magistrate in the is passing a great many visitors smoothly aud at General X Gr.o W. Tii.Lroni) Office over Carson it Co. Miss Florence Tabor returned from they came home Saturday night. The Wednesday morning. Hartford Magisterial District, subject bills. As a candidate for the office of Jailor to the action of the Republican party. parents objected on account of their Horse Branch Saturday. ol Ohio county, subject to the action II. A. Lashbrooks visited his home The groom was nineteen and in Daviess Mr. Fred Brown returned home ages. Only a few years ago the people if the Republican party. We are authorized to announce county Saturday. bride sixteen, but have fully S. T. Stkykns Misses Ada and Ida Brown, Alice We are authorized to announce were treated to a whole lot of push last week from Brcckenridge county the forgiven them and have received Loney and Of Cromwell, as a candidate for the Myrtle Rowe spent SaturW. H. Lyons about Democraticfricudship for Civil where helms been visiting his grand them to their heart's again. father. May day and Sunday in As a candidate for the office of Jailct office of Magistrate in the Cromwell the country. Service Reform. But the Owensboro Messrs. Edgar Tabor, Claude Lyons their pathway of life be strewn with of Ohio county, Mibjcct to the action Magisterial District, subject to the Ozna Shultz spent Sunday with his Messenger now tears of! the mask nnd action of the Republican party. and Wallace Graves, Horse Branch, floweis of the brightest hue, and parents near Beaver of the Republican party. Dam. gives vent to the true Democratic We arc authorized to announce may God's richest blessing be ever were in town Saturday and Sunday. Wi: aui: authoki7i:ito announci: A. S. Bennett was cilled home sentiment Jon't B. Wilson Mr. Byron Petty has accepted a with them is the wish of J. M. C.siiiui:n yesterday by the death of his niece. as follows: r. Country Jay. position in the store of Hocker & As a candidate for the office of Jailor Of Prentis. as a candidate for the ofW. II. Keele and D. II. Howerlon "Somo of the Democrats in Conof Ohio county, subject to the action fice of Magistrate in the Cromwell visited the parents of the latter near Magisterial District, subject to the gress threaten to vole against tho llullnrv. Mci'llni;. of the Democratic patty. To tho Ilnriroril lloulillrnii. Mcssrs.IIarve Roberts, Sam Keown action of the Republican patty. Paiadise Saturday and Sunday. to maintain tho Civil The Ohio County Holiness AssociaRosine, Ky., Feb. 12, '94. We are authorized to announce crvice Commission. This is right. have bought the livery stable formerWe are authorized to announce tion, for the promotion of Holiness, To the Republicans of Ohio CounH. P. Watts The commission is on institution ly owned by Mr. Jim Roberts. I'rrnlliir to llxrir. will hold a Convention in Mount D. J. RllOADS As a candidate for the office of Jailer Mrs. Mary Wright who has been ty: In the interests of our party, I So eminently successful has Hood's maintained for tho purpose of perpetHerman Church, near Beda, Ky., Feb- of Ohio county, subject to the action Of Beaver Dam, as a candidate for in office. It is a quite sick for some time, we are write you the following: M. L. He.iv-riSarsaparilla been that many leadl ng uating Republicans the office of Magistrate in the Rosine ajtul. All areinvitcd to attend of the Democratic party. who is a candidate for the nomi- citizens from all over the United ruary bnmbug and a delusion. Democrats glad to say, is improving. Magisterial District, subject to the II F. Bi:an. should scotch it as they would a Republican party. Mr. Basil Westerfield and Miss nation of County Attorney, subject States furnish testimonials ot cures 11)11 t'OIIONEII. Vice President of O. C. II. A. snake." Emma Wallace were married at the to the action of the Republican party, which seem almost miraculous. We are authorized to announce We are authorized to announce did all he could to defeat Hood's Sarsaparilla is nor an accid nt home of the bride this morning. For Sale: One house and lot for A. S. A I'M. L. W. Hunt The following is an item which apMiss Ida Tabor spent Friday and 'Squire Awtry and myself in 1890, but the ripe fruit of industry aud sale or rent, two miles from Hartford. As a candidate for Coroner of Ohio Of Sulphur Springs, as a candidate tho News and Comment peared in He cannot carry the party here by study. It possesses merit "pccul'ar Apply to James W. Ford, Hartford, or county, subject to the action of the for Magistrate in the Hartford MagSatutday in town, Wedcolumn of tho Cburier-Jbiinisterial Disttict, subject to the action Republican part'. many votes, and I think it would be to itself." Mr. R. Wright has erected a O. I.. Bowen, Cleopatra, Ky. 2S 8t of the Republican party. . nesday. In connection it will be inm political suicide to nominate on Hartford Street him. We are authorized to announce Hood's Pills cure Nausea, Sick KM t'lTC. We are authorized to announce teresting to remember that in the We want Republicans and not Gresh-am- s Soss & Floss G. C. Wr.STKRI'lKI.l) I hereby notify the public that I Headache, Indigestion, Hilliousncr.s. C. L. Woodwaui) and McVeaghs. campaign of 1892 tho farmers were Resp'y, have set my son, John Henry Brad-sha- As a candidate for Coroner of Chio Ol Centettown, as a candidate for the Sold by all druggists. Tin-le- y WlilMlrnu. promised 81 a bushel for their wheat M. S. Ragland. of county, subject to the action of the free, and that I will not be office of Magistrate in the Rosine Harti'ohd, Ky., Feb. 14, 1S34. Republican party. in case Cloveland were elected: j Magisterial District, subject to the for any trades made or con To the Republicans of Ohio Counand "May wheat touched fifty-eigj action of the Republican patty. tracts entered into by him. roit t'o.xsTAiii.i: on the Chicago ty: Owing to business affairs requirscveu-eightcents We arc authorized to announce 26 .it We are authoiized to announce W. C. Bkadsiiaw. Board of Trade yesterday , being the ing my constant attention I have not B. F. McCoumick Did you ever see a bombshell? C. K. Ri:ni:i:k The ruling been able tosee many of you regardMaxwell, Ky., Jan 22. 1S94. lowest price on record. Cf rntloff rvM fie n rn nil Iitnf i Cnr ' Of Bcila, as a candidate for the office quotations a year ago were twenty ing my race for Couuty Clerk, and I Well.Capt.Cox has apieceofoneatthe Constable in the Rosine Magisterial of Magistrate in the Hartford Magis cents higher. Tho reasons ad vauced hereby tender my withdrawal from Bank. He uses it as a paper weight, QUARTERLY REPORT District, subject to the action of the tenal District, subject to the action in explanation of tho slump are the the race. I thank my friends for the and it hails from the bloody field of 01 iiic jjciiiocrauc party. -- OI' J.IIK- Republican party immense stocks in tho visible supply ji i" "' We bushels the kind regard manifested in my behalf Shiloh and shows by its makeup nearly 80,000,000 We are authorized to announce that it was meant for business. ton or.NTV m.i:kk. weakness in foreign markets, and the and will call upon all good RepublicR. B.. Mautin Wi: aui: Aimioiti.i:i to announci: Europe can get all ans to turn out to thecoming Convenindications that Of Cromwell, as a candidate for ConWool) T1S8I.BY Dr. Coleman, in his excellent talk tho wheat she wants from India, Rus- tions and then go to work to elect stable in the Cromwell Magistetial As a candidate for County Court sia and tho Argentine Republic, nnd the entire ticket in November. at the College Wednesday morning, At tho closo of Business ou District, subject to the action of the Clerk, subject to the action of the is practically independent of America paid the youii gentlemen students, Republican party. Respectfully, Republican party. for its supplies." tho 23d day of Decern who lire "batching." a very high Wood TlNSM'.Y. Q UARTERL Y REPORT The fact that wo can sell no wheat bor,1803. roit Niu.iiit't-- . compliment. He might have spoken Wit AUK AUTIIOIUZKOTO ANNOUNCK OF THE Wi: auk authoiuzi:i) to announci: in Europe would seem to bo someA Oinl. similar words of the five young lady John W. Tichknok To my Colored Friends: Mr. D. students, who are "old maiding J. I". fjTKVIINH what of a slap in tho face to tho pet for County Court As a candidate it." RHSOURCI'S. As a candidate for Sheriff" of Ohio Clerk, subject to the action of the Retheory of tho Brittish Free Traders to F. Tracy, candidate for County Judge, I,oai!S and discounts, less county, subject to the action of the publican party. me last Monday "Beneath a fair exterior the effect that America should pro- unjustly insulted loans to Directors . . $68,304.80 Democratic party. morning in away that was not becomA rascal often lurks; Loans to Directors (officers duce only agricultural products fnd We are authorized to announce not include It is true of men and watches 106.00 We are authorized to announce exchange them for European man- ing a candidate aspiring for the high D. M. HoCKKit You may tell them by their works." Loans to Officers 400.00 C. P. Kkown position ofjudgeof Ohiocounty. I now ufacturers. But if wo can find no Overdrafts, secured . . . 1,937.35 Of Fordsville, as .1 candidate for Sher-flf- As a candidate for County Clerk of At the Closo of Business on Overdrafts, unsecured . . ask that my colored friends will think market tor our surplus of agricultur 437.06 Rough River has been on a tear Ohio county, subject to the u Ohio county, subject to the action of 23d day of Decemwell before voting and vote for a man Due from Xat. Banks . . 5,966.74 the Republican party. al products wherewithal coulu wo of the Republican party. Due from St'e B'ks& B'k'rs who will do his duty in office and this week and so have the raftsmen ber, 1803. 483.28 puicha30 tho old world's manufactur- deal fair with Banking house nnd lot . . 3000.00 men regardless of col- Several portable blind tigers have Stocks and Bonds . . . . 1,341.67 ers. Better mako at homo everything or a man who is broad and liberal-minde- d had a good week, and much of it is RESOURCES. Specie 2,718.78 wo need and a Protective Tariff alouo a man whose political policy said to have been "Kurious" busi- Loans and Discounts, less Currency 2,260.00 loans to Directors . . $54,1 enables us to do that. Exchanges for Clearings . 2.145.59 is above personal differences a man ness. Loans to Directors (officers Other items carried as cash 1,367.49 whose knowledge of right and wrong not included . 600.00 Furniture and Fixtures . . jioksi: iiit.vxtii. iQ-uThere were two gatherings in Hart- Overdrafts, secured . . . 1,000,00 is never eclipsed by his unwarranted 1,412.00 1 axes paid leb. 14. Our little town is on a '45-9ford Wednesday night, one was a Overdrafts, unsecured . . 568.48 Current expenses . . passions. All of these essential qual-liti. . 1,088.50 boom, and our farmers are very busy are found in Judge John P. Mor- prayer meeting at one of the three Due from National Banks 15.759-- 1 Other assets, debts in suit 69S.54 preparing for a crop. Due from State banks ami churches, at which there were about Respectfully, Bankers 108 00 Some of our boys have gone down ton. one dozen persons present; the other Banking house and lot . . $93,701.77 P. A. Gary. 3 ,000.00 the River. was the Masquerade Ball, with about Specie LIABILITIES. I.39S.97 The hickory timber machine, here, eighty persons present, forty or more currency 5,017.00 Cap'I stock paid in.incash $30,000.00 ii:am:fiei.i is doing a good business. . Other items carried ascash 7,418,97 50.00 Undivided profits Miss Mecie Lamastus is very sick. of whom were church members. We are having a good school, unFurniture and Fixtures 1,500.00 Deposits subjecto check(on Master James Kelley spent a couple which in. is not paid . 56,069,79 Taxes paid . . . 134.05 der the management of Prof. Leach. Bill "Nye" Hardwick, the funny Current expenses of days, in Owensboro last week. 81.63 1,768.56 Due National Banks . . . We have very litte sickness to reDue State banks undbau'is 131.38 The party at Mr. Thos. Staples man of Hartford, has the following port. Weddings and births none. $85,443.67 was a nice nflair and everybody en- conspiuously displayed above his Died, at his home near Mt. Pleasant, 593.701.77 LIABILITIES. joyed themselves to their heart's con- desk in the Circuit Clerk's office: , on the nth inst., Mr. P. A. Beck. State op Kentucky, ) ss tent. "Don't Munky with this. It don't Capital stock paid in, in cash$25, 000.00 County ok Ohio, j We are blessed, ifyoucall it a blesSurplus fund 5,250.00 G. C. Roberts, Owensboro, is in konsern u." Sam K. Cox, President of Bank of sing, with more candidates than any Undivided profits . . . . 6,312.33 town. Due Depositors 48,830.36 Ilattford, Ky., a Bank Lcated and other town in the county, and it is doing business in the town of HartBorn, to the wife of J. Burns, the NMAM.IIOUH. DueSfte banks&St'te b'k'rs 50.98 ford, in said county.being said that thcF. O. R.& G. R. R. Co., duly sworn Miss Lee Chinn and brother, Tom, a boy j to the wife of Sol Phillips, had to stop its daily trains on account ist, says that the foregoing Report is in $85,443.67 the 7th, a fine girl; to the wife of of this place, spent last week at I'ow-derlall respects a true statement of the of them. -FOR-CASH State oi Kkntucky, 1 visiting their sister, Mrs. Lula James Morrison, the loth, a girl. condition of the said Bank at the close Horse Branch would like to have County 01' Ohio, j of business on the 23d day of Decem Scott Sanders is moving back to Brown: the name of Mr. I.. P. Crowder, of his farm in Hancock John II. Barnes, Cashier of Beaver fa-i- l county. Miss Era Chinn, who has been at- Dam Deposit Bank, a bank located ber, 1S93, to tlie best of lus knowlRosine, put before the Convention as and belief; and further says that Marion Hay nes went to Owensboro tending school at that place, returned and doing busines in the town of edge business the of said Bank has been a candidate for Sheriff. We move Saturday. with them. We are glad to have her Beaver Dam, in said county,bciti dutransacted at the location named, and that each Precinct use his name. He Miss Annie Gabbert has returned back in our midst with her pleasant ly sworn, says that the foregoing re- not elsewhere; and that the above reneeds no recommendation, as he is port is in all respects a true statement port is made in compliance with an from Owensboro, where she has been smiles. of the condition of the said bank at official notice received from the Secknown to be a strong, hard working Wood-worke- r, visiting her sister for several days. Miss Mamie Reid visited this place the close ot business on the 23d day retary of State designating the 23d Republican and would do honor to John Curtis, who was severely last week, the guest of Mrs. Lillie of December, 1893, to the best of his day of December, 1893, as the day 011 his county as Sheriff. May Tnii burned sometime since in the mines Barnard and Mrs. Cora Taylor. She knowledge nnd belief; and further says which such report shall be made. piosper nnd live long in by the explosion of a powder Subscribed and sworn to before me can, is seemed to have made quite an that the business of said bank has the faith and good works, with Heav-ri- able resume work this week. been transacted at the location nam- by Sam K. Cox the 28th day of Deimpression on a certain yqung man ed, aud not elsewhere: nnd that the cember, 1893. G.B.Likens.C.O.C.C. Hocker, Crowder and Black as a Misses Etta Walker and Ettie San- we know of, from Ham K. Cox, President. remarks made after above report is made in compliance few of its leaders, is the wish of a ders visited at the hotel Sunday. J. J. McIIknuy, Director, she was gone. Come again Mis9 Mi. with an official notice received from REt'UIlMCA.V. the Secretary of State, designating " Iou White, Louisville, was in towt nue. John C Thomas, the 23d day of December, 1893, as the " J. S--. Coleman, Saturday. I'OI.NT l'MMN.VNT, day on which such report shall be II Madam Rumor be not mistaken Feb. 11. Death has once more visMrs. John Martin, Magan, is spendAt Homo. we will have one wedding to report ere made. ited our little town. The kind Fath- ing the week at the hotel. Haying had an excellentseason"on Subscribed and sworn to before me roses bloom. by John II. Barnes, the 30th day of the road" with my splendid photo- WHEN YOU GO TO OWENSBORO er, who does all things best, has Miss Annie Spurrier visited Miss the graphing outfit I have now establish-c- d Mr. Joe Hill Ins moved to his farm, December, 1893. Shrlhy Taylou, spread His armsof infiniteloveaiound Hallie Wright Saturday night. my gallery permanently at my Dep. County Court Clerk. GALLON Mrs, Eliza Johnson and her sou, which he has recently purchased the devoted and beloved wife of Dr, new house in Beaver Dam, Ky., where I. P. Baunaud, President. of Charles Crawford, near this place. 13. F. Tichenor, who has gone to join Master Arthur, visited the family of I am fully equipped for doing all R. P, Hockkr, Director. Blade-bot- h kinds of photographic work. Cabi" her loved ones in bliss aud happiness Charles Wade Saturday and Sunday. He had his household goods brought Jno. H. Baknks, net photo's a specialty. by the Steamer, J. C. Kerr, Saturday Instantanein her home above. J. J. Huff, our worthy ous photographs of children. Call Mlsse3 Sallie and Mattie Tichenor went to Owensboro Friday on legal night. XSX3B S.XOXOU-XSI'3XSJRDeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve cleans- nnd see my work. Very truly. Ot Mr. A. O. Moorman has received es, purifies and heals. It was made Mr. Layton Maddox, of West business. and A. D. Taylor. For the finest and Most Artistic Work, Providence, made a pleasant visit to It is an evident fact if some of the quite a large number of hogs and cat- for that pnrposc. Use it for bums, J'erson Mill!; the home of Mrs. A. B. Tichenor last candidates don't quit scaring the tle nt this place. He takes them to cuts, bruises, chapped hands, sores And tlioia Keuratgla ncrvomnou retailing anytueor style. Frederics St. , tewem iro broken down LornVclhOlKl troubled with mcrworkot houichoW. Sunday. care or overwork wlllbe relieved bjrUUclaf country that they will South Carrolltou and ships them. women in this Saturday and of all descriptions and if you have from 6m87 Mrc Urown'tJ lion UUlui-SrdandHh. Brown' rebuild the lyitein, nidi dlventloti, remorn B. Mr. Jake Bell, one of our prom- - be disappointed nt the primary. 'Ah, piles use it for them. L. B. Bean. . bo trade mark andIron Bitters. Genulaa MUt. aud turn uiolailu. Uc Ibogenuln crosMd red Use 00 wnHW Hartford Republican Best EWorld Announcements first-clas- 1 I ever)-thin- g I I I s, Hood'ss?Cures W H, BARNES earn-plo- i&TnuisT a uv) Tn-bo- We will send you The Republican and the Louisville Weekly Commercial both one year for $1.25. n, mZ new-sho- p ht GOSSIP. AU parties needing horse or jack biOs should tiring or send them to The Repub lican office. are well prepared to do good work. lym 1 I Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK 'j of ATTENTION FARMERS! - S7-S- ... es A II you S7-encLt SULKEY to y FLOW, ... OR A DISK HARROW Or if You 7ant ct Cultivator or ansrtliins; ixa. tlxe AT BOTTOM - PRICES y, tOTDU.3rtla.OMCL or Don't J. D. WILLIAMS, General Blacksmith and n, Beaver Dam, XSLy. Surprise Washing Machine, Steel Single Trees and Hoes. Post-maste- r, C.Theo.Cain, We will send you. Tho Republican and. rH i - the $1.7 Toledo one year for .? or (. 1.1 jPV J - ?"' 3.w4 m fcr" Vi'Mw 'Vn;Hymi"fwnin,iiwii w, i ww """ ''' ij"VwyNM.ilw.l.;a; IS i i N 4 m ''ft :.' y 7 Rev. R. A. Crowe, who 1ms been G. A. R. suits at Fair Bros. & Co. Tlir ifMiirinl) llnll. The greatest social event of the seassick for several days, is improving New goods arrive dally at Stevens on was the magnificent Masquerade slowly, and will be able to attend to & Collins. Ball gi en at Court Hnllbythc joung business in a few days. Money saved by trading nt Fair ladies of town, Wednesday night. It is generally understood among Bros. & Co. Dancing, refreshments, cards and their intimate friends that two ofOhio othergames added to theenjoyment of Sec Stevens & Collins' fruits, can- e countiy's young men will the night's festivltics.The occasion was apply at the next term of the Circuit dies, nuts, etc, one long to be remembered on nccou n t of Court for license to practice law. Stevens & Collins' is the cheapest the unstinted flow of mirth and genplace in town. uine good feeling. The gay revelers Taylor & Co., of Beaver Drm, have just about completed a large Ware Finest and largest Hue of clothing continued until after the middle hour of the night and then departed bearRoom, 34x80 feet, preparatory to lay- at Fair Bros. & Co. A to Wise. ing sweet memories with them. ing in n large stock of farming imBuy yonr grocery from Stevens & plements, machinery, building ma The following is a list of the parCollins and save money, ticipants: Mrs. Annie Goodloe Mcterial, etc. Call on Stevens &CoIlins and see IIenry, Morning; Mrs M. L. Heav-riLittle Joshua, son of Mr. Clint wlint they have in the grocery line. Flower Girlj Sallie Quiscnberry, Field, Buford, while playing in front & Co. want all your eggs Kntc O'Konner, the House Maid; EtQPairBros . of the fire last week fell, one arm go ta Thomas, Rob Roy; Mabel Brown, ing into a pot of boiling hominy on and feathers, bring them in at once. Jockey Girt: Johnson, Lula fo.i the fire. A fearful burn was inflicted First shipment of spring goods Winter; Sallie Cate, Pink of Perfecbut the little fellow is improving. will arrive early next week at Fair tion; Oma Westerfield, Night; Mary big- Bros. & Co. The high carnival at the Court Miller, Minnehaha; Ella Cox, A Nun; House, given by the young ladies, Plenty rubber coats, rubber boots, Mrs. Spalding, Sister Josephine; Beswas a big thing, but Carson & Co's. comforts and blankets for raftsmen sie Morton, Belle of 1872; Rosa WocrWe Big Store is the biggest thing in town ner, Autumn; Caroline Wcerner,Sailor at Fnir Bros & Co. and it will pay you to visit them and Girl; Bertie Morton, A Turk; Birdie Street Surveyor May is having some Nail, House Girl; Mattie Sandcrfur, secure some of the big bargains they arc now offering in clothing, boots, very much needed work done on the Spanish Girl; Mary Nail, Time; Ida clothi Duke, Morning Glory; Sue Yeiscr, so shoes, and in fact everything on the Street below the Cnptist Church. earth. Queen of Hearts; Jessie Ford, Iona Mr. J. S. Williams and others conreMarriage license since our last re- template putting up a foun lry and Greek Maiden; Carrie Cox, Night; Stella Thomas, Ladje Coral; Sara port: J. B. Westerfield to Miss Km-m- a machine shop in McIIenry in the Collins, Woman in Black; Lida MorWallace, Lewis Hoover to Miss near future. ton, Little Girl in Blue; Corinne Cox, Sallie Patton, J, A. Ruby to Miss Mr. Richard Stevens, living below America; Leta Ragland, Rosine, Minnie Oglcsby, M. C. Davis to Miss No Creek, is very sick. He is very Queen of Pinks; Hcnnie Gunther, Francis Hoskins, Albert Cox to Miss F.ffie Kitchens, Win. II. Davis to Miss old and fears are entertained that he America; Maggie Gunther, Red Ridi ing Hood; Elva Morton, A Nun; Lula AllicR. Lucas, S. E. Bennett to may not recover. Carson, Italian; Adah Carson, Bride; Miss Myrtle Tinsley. is S. O. P. Hall, ourhtistlintr irroccrv- - Eva Morton, Old Fashioned Girl; LeMr. B. F. McCormick, of the Beda man, left yesterday morning for na Carson, Red Queen; Mary Cox, Precinct, is announced this week as a Owensboro where he will purchase a Snide. J. F. Carson, Domino; J. B. candidate for the office of Magistrate fine lot of groceries. Come in and Wilson, Mr. Arkeanhauser; John in the Hartford Magisterial District, see them and get prices. Vaught, Tarn O'Shanta; J. H. Mul-hal- l, subject to the action of the DemocratLouisville, Chinese; John J. William H. Davis, of Sulphur ic patty. Mr. McCormick is a good Gen. LaFayettc; A. R. Car-soSprings, and- - Miss Alice Lucas, of farmer, and is quite popular throughBlack Domino, L. B. Stevens, out his siction of the county and will Hefliii, were quietly married at the William Penn; R. T. Collins, Scotch home of the bride yesterday morning make a strong fight for the nominaat 10 o'clock. Rev. B. L. Davis, of Boy; T. O. Baker, Black Domino; G. tion. Sulphur Springs, pronounced the D. Westerfield, Dutch; Hardin Craig, Mr. William Cox died at his home words that caused two hearts to beat as Col. Nicholas Smith; W. D. Moore, Sailor; J. II. B. Carson, Black Dominear Buford last Friday morning. The one. no; Jno. T. Moore; Turk; J. II. Willfuneral was preached at Mt: Carmel PROPRIETORS OF According to an announcement Dr. iams, Longfellow; R. E Lee Simmer-maChurch, of which the deceased was a Grower Cleveland; Sam Ander consistent member, by Dr. J. S. Cole- Coleman conducted General Exercises at the College Wednesday morning, son, British Soldier; Ernest Tracy, man, on Saturday, after which the Star-eyeGod of Reform; Ivy Nail, of remains wcro laid away in the Mt. ana made a powerlul presentation of his subject, "The Prodigal Son Chinese; Henry Nail, Hiawatha. Carmel Cemetery. Mr. Cox was one The following were visitors: Mr. of thecounty'sbest citizens and his Modernized." He brought the subject down to practical every day life and and Mrs. Rowan Holbrook, Mr. and place will be hard to fill. told in a very impressive manner the Mrs. J. L. Collins, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Mr. C. K.Rencer, ofCentertown, is fall and restoration of young men. .Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Grifthe first to enter the race for ConstaHe gave eight words beginning with fin, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Hardwick, ble. He is announced this week ns the letter CA "R," which tell the story Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Cox, Mrs. E. D. a candidate for that office in the Kos- of all the prodigals: Rebellion, Riot, Gufiy, Mrs. John P. Morton, Mrs. W. inc Magisterial District, subject to Ruin, Repentance, Resolve, Return, T. Hayward, Mr. O. J. Thomas and Hall wants a few .small fat hogs. Friday, 1'khkuaky i6, 1894. the action of the Republican party. Reception, and Rejoicing. The speech Miss Emma Fair, Misses Rachie r, Hall keeps all kinds of fresh meat. Mr. Reneerisnnenegrctic young farm- will do incalculable good in the lives Lula Walker, Sophia Wcerner, For the easiest shave and the latest been an Messrs. II. P. Taylor, J. W. Wilson, Kgs, butter and brea 1 at Willi uus. ' er, hasisalways qualified active Repub- of his young hearers. haircut, go to Pace's. well lican, for the place Rosine, R. D. Walker, M. L. Heavrin, Host tobicco cotton at Fair Hros and would make a good officer. ftnntnl. Mrs. Ncttcr Peach, Shroadertown, Dr. A. B. Baird. A first-clas- s Blacksmith at once. &Co. is very low of pneumonia. Music was furnished by Messrs. Farmers who arc interested in the Apply to II. McMim.ion, Irish Potatoes wanted nt Carson & purchase of farming implements and George Phillips, M. Bean and Jesse Mr. N. II. Embcy, of Select, movHcflin, Ky. 29 2t Co's. Bean. tariu macmncry ot all kinds and in ed to McLean county Wednesday. i6lbs best granulated sugar for $. having good blacksmith work done, Mr. C. L. Hardwick, of Hopkins-ville- , Mr. Henry wright, of the Kosinc Ilciuipll-TliiHlrall at the most reasonable prices, was with his many friends here country, is quite low of consumption. at S. J. Urj ant's. Mr. S. E. Bennett ami Miss Myrtle shoud read the advertisement of Mr. Tinsley were united in the holy bonds the first of the week. Charles is alCabbige, sweet and Irish potatoes Hudson, Point Pleasant, has James J. D. Williams, of Beaver Dam, of matrimony at Washington Church ways accorded a rojal welcome when moved to town and will make his at W. II. Williams.' found in this issue. Mr. Williams is evening at 3 o'clock, he visita his native town. Wednesday home with his motlicr, Mrs. K. J, Now is the time to secure a bar- - progressive and offers his customers Rev. J. B. Perryman pronouncing N111I III Withdrawn. Hudson. gain at Carson & Co's. good bargains. the ceremony in a very impressive -- TO SEE THE- Hauttoku, Ky., Feb. 15, 1894. Mr. R. B. Martin, Cromwell, is a manner. Freshest and cheapest Groceries in Thieves broke into the smoke-hous- e The attendants were, Mr. FittLow Repuhmcans or Ohio town at S. J. Bryant's. candidate for Constable in the Crom- J. R. Williams and Miss Onid Smith, County: I avail myself of this mode of Mrs. Tanner, who keeps the last Saturday night and stole Fair Bros. & Co. have shoes that well Magisterial District, subject to Quite a large crowd gathered to wit- of announcing to you my withdrawal, the action of the Republican party. ness the happy occasion and to wish from the race as a candidate for the .a considerable quantity of meat. will keep your feet dry. Mr. Martinis one of the county's the young couple a pleasant and pros- Rcpuplican nomination for County Mr. C. R. Martin, our popular Jew-clW. II. Williams has anything in best and most popular young men. perous jotrney through life The Attorney. With sincerest gratitude and Miss Nora I. Humphrey, of the staple and fancy grocery line. He has filled the office of Constable bride is the beautiful and accomplishtowatd you who would have supportPrcntis, were married yesterday evenHall keeps the wonderful J ipancsc for the past two years very accepta- ed daughter of Mr. Wood Tinsley ed me, and the absolute absence of ill brothing at the home of the bride's Oil nud all kinds of pitent medicines. bly and his many lriends will make a and is a lady of much worth. The feeling toward you who would not, I er, Mr. Wood Humphrey, of Beaver strong effort to secure his nomination groom is a worthy young man and surrender the field to my competitors. Dam, Dr. Coleman officiating. The best shoes for the least money and election. prosperous farmer and a son of 'Squire Respectfully, and largest stock is at Carson & Co's. W. P. Bennett and is to be congratuJamhs A. Smith. Some sneak thief broke into D. K. Young Richard Miller, living near Mrs Nannie Spalding will entertain Rosine, was accidently shot last Fri- lated on his excellent choice. The Ward's Binokehouse Tuesday night Rheumatism racks the system like and stole nine fine hams. This is the the Progressive Kuclire Club this ev- day by a boy named Whittaker. They young couple enter life with buoy- a thumb-screw- . It retreats belore the ecoud theft of that kind in that ening. were fooling with a pistol, not loaded ant hopes nud flattering prospects. power of Hood's Sarsaparilla, which An elegant supper was tendered the purifies the blood. neighborhood within the past week. Money goes a long wajs without of CQurse, when. the weapon, a thirty-eigWilcaliber, was discharged, the ball bridal party at the home of Mr. Church XoIph. The People's Party, of Ohio county, getting tired if you take it to Fair bur Tinsley, brother of the bride, on entering Miller's fore arm, ranging A larger audience has not gathered will hold a Mass Convention at Hart- Bros. & Co. Wednesday night and was well in Hartford since the Sam Jones' A. R. Carson, Hartford's hustling up past the elbow, into the muscle of attended ford on next Thunday the sSd, for enjoyed. He will save you MONEY by Buying from HIM. Will and highly The young fellow the purpose of nominating candidates groceryman, is still with the BIG the upper arm. Thp Rei'Ubmcan extends congratula- meeting to hear a sermon than that sell you a Buggy, Harness, Lap Duster and Whip from $60.00 went to Rosine and Dr. J. L. Liles which congregated at the Baptist fdr the various offices to be filled at store of Carson & Co. tions. extracted the ball. Church Sunday night to hear the ensuing November election. the up to $75.00. The Davis Carriage Company has the reputaRaftsmen, don't fail to call on W. counterpart of Dr. Coleman's 11 Elsewcre in this issue will be found Hall II. Williams for your supplies, as he tion of building the. beat Buggy for the money oi any Factory The Oyster Supper nt Masonic o'clock sermon. The choir had been PERSONAL the professional card of Mr. W. H. night promises to be one will save you money. practicing and the congregation had Barnes, who enters upon the pracin Cincinnati. of the most enjoyable events of the Why go around hall frozen tlliscold tice of the law. Mr. Barnes is one of Miss Sallie Taylor went to Louis- about gathered when a note was reseason. The Masonic Ladies will weather when you can buy an over Ohio county's most prosperous young ville Tuesday. ceived by Prof. Shultz from Dr. Coleleave nothing undone that will add to coat at Carson and Co's., for $3 00. man stating that the latter was sick By close application he premen. Mr. S. O. P. Hall went to Owensthe pleasure of their guests. Let ev- and unable to attend. Prof. Shultz pared himself for teaching, in which boro yesterday. Mr. Thomas O. Baker is connected .cry body come, both young and old. made the announcement and stated ? with the firm of Carson & Co., and he won an enviable reputation and R. B. Martin, of Cromwell, was in that the music would continue and has in the meantime completed his Major Marin died at his home near would be pleased to have his friends Wednesday. the city the people should stay as long as OP THE OPENING OF THE education, graduating from Hartford 'Kosinc on last Thursday evening of give him a call. Mr. S. E. Bennett, Kinderhook, call- they chose. At this juncture some College in June 1892 and winning ;a complication of diseases and the one suggested that Rev. J. R. McAThey never try pants "on a dog," the prize in the oratorical contest. ed to see us Wednesday, were interred on Friday. He Mr. W, II. Williams attended fee, who was in the audience, be callgood man and will be sadly this isn't the season for dog pants. He enters upon his life's work with was a OF THE ed upon to preach which was done The fam- Mens pants are the deal now and Pair bright prospects of achieving a high church at Mt. Hermon Sunday. missed in his community. Co. are up to the times. Mr. John J. McIIenry and wife re- and the young divine responded in place in the ranks of his chosen proily and friends have the sympathy Bros. & a very able effort that has been highturned from Owensboro Tuesday. fession. neighborhood. oi the entire Both Corbctt and Mitchell have Mr. C. K. Reneer, of Centertown, ly complimented by all who heard it. strong arms and can hit hard blows, Elsewhere, in this issue, will be AND TEACHERS' PRACTICAL INSTITUTE. Mr. Cal P. Keown, of Fordsville, Is Dr. Coleman delivered a very fine but neither can hit prices as hard a found the announcement of Esquire was a pleasant caller at our office announced this week as a candidate sermon at the Baptist Church Sunwhack as Fair Bros. & Co hive done. A. S. Aull, of Sulphur Springs, as a Tuesday. for Sheriff, subject to the action of day. He preached from Galatians Mrs. M. J. Harper and daughter, We have just received another large candidate for Magistrate in the Hartthe Republican party. Mr. Keown Instruction friends at Echols 5:7 and the discourse was pronounced Expenses most reasonable. Plans modern and progressive, ever been a zealous Republican, shipment of the old reliable Clover-lea- f ford Magisterial District, subject to Miss Fannie, visited has by all a masterly effort The people the action of the Republican party. Saturday. thorough and practical. Advantage most excellent. A and is one of thecounty'sbest citizens, shoes the best on the market, were reminded of their wickedness Esquire Aull is a man of great menMrs. E. J. Hudson and Miss Lear and warned to lead purer life. The is well qualified to fill the office. at Carson & Co's. School for the masses. a tal and moral worth, is qualified in Hudson are sick at their home 011 the He is very popular and his friends all sermon Sunday night was to have The time has just come when every every respect to fill the office and Beaver Dam Road. over the county will take care of his been the counterpart of the one debody wants an Umbrella, and we have above all is very popular. He has Tuition per Term of Ten Weeks. Messrs. W. R. Bean and J. J. Cum- livered at the morning service, but interests. a stock of 300 to select Irom. served otfe term as Magistrate and mins, Sulphur Springs, made us a Common ( Primary owing to sickness Dr, Coleman was .....93 75 Mrs. Dr. B. F. Tichenor, Point Carson & Co. his friends will urge his location as a pleasant call Wednesday. School Intermediate 5 00 confined to his room. died of nn abscess, Friday Pleasant, 6 25 Department ( Advanced Worth makes the man and worth good argument in favor of his nomi- . Mrs. D. J. Coleman, of Beaver Dam, The Baptist Sunday School has purmorning last, and was buried that 7 00 Collegiate Department makes the clothes, too. If the man nation. His candidacy will be care- visited the family of Mr. J. M. Case-bie- r chased a lot of new song books Gosevening at the Point Pleasant, buryand the clothes come together at Fair fully looked after, by his many ardent Friday and Saturday, Instruction iu Music and Art at Reasonable Rales. Board in beat oi pel Hymns, No. 1,2, 3 audi consoliding ground. The young couple were supporters. Bros. & Co. both are suited. Mrs. W. II. Moore visited her ated. The change has added new private families per week, $2.00 to $2.25. married only last October and this L. T. Barnard closed a very pleasant daughter, Mrs. E. W. Ford, Fordslife in the singing already. comes a very heavy blow to the beMr. A. S. Bennett, one of the . ColThe deceased was lege boys, was called home Wednesday and successful school at Rickelts' ville, the first of the week. reaved husband Rev. J. R. McAfee will preach at The fecaion offers nnusual advantages to young men and women and esSchoolhouse, District, No. 8, FebruMiss Sue McIIenry is visiting the Alexander on the fourth Sunday at pecially Miss Mollie James and was an exem- morning on uccount of the death of a to teachers. Our outlino method of teaching secures to our students with declamations by the puary plary woman and an effectionate little neice of his, a little daughter of pils, 9,after which a nice treat was dis- family of Mrs. II. D. McIIenry 11 o'clock, a. 111. the use of any and all We kindly and honestly solicit the pat and will remain several days. wile. J. B. Her, of Beda. Rev. E. E. Pate filled his regular ronageot all seeking a thorough education, and very decidedly guarantee pensed a talk by the teacher and a Mrs. Judge John P. Morton and son, appointment at Mt. Herman last Sun- satisfaction to all earnest students. For further information send lor circuMr. C. L. Woodward, ofCentertown, Dr. J. H, White happened to a very song, "(Sod be with us till we meet Burr, visited the family of J. Warren day and received two new members lars or call on is a late starter in the race for Magis- unfortunate accident Tuesday, by again." Average attendance during Baker, Beaver Dam, last week. into the church. There were nine whj DORA E. GIBSON, Vice President E. R. RAY, President. trate in the Rositie Magisterial Dis- which he broke both bones of his the term, Miss Mabel Brown, who hns been The Cumberland congregation as trict, but his sterling ijualitirs of ankle. He was going up stairs to were present every day. They were, Iiead and heart, his good record as hi office when he slipped and fell Minnie Richardson, Josie Black, Cole- visiting friends in Owensboro for the yet have no regular pastor. This is to be regretted by our people generalDr. Baird was man Tatum, Clayton Wallace, Tina past week, has returned home. on officer and his great personal pop- with above result. BUSINESS Mr. W. M. Bryant, one of Rosine's ly, for, instead of having preaching ularity will be effective in his behalf, called and dressed the wound. Dr. Austin, Nelia Austiu and Pearl DanCOLLEGES lie was elected Magistrate in August, White had the same ankle injured, iel. There were three others who on- staunchest Repupljcaus, made our two Sundays in the month, as is now the case, 'Hartford should have (INGOftFOJIATIB.) Josie Black got office a pleasant call Wednesday. 1890 and has made an excellent but not broken once before in jump- ly missed one day. m and Shorthand official and his many friends desire ing from a moving train. He bears the best average in advanced grade Mr. A. V. Thompson, with the pleaching every Sunday. VjkflBir Colleges. Thoy ttlvo a pmmport 10 liusluosa utiUKuroeim. Catalogue free. &noa opouuur, .rruirt, u. jr. jmxii, ovu j. auiudm DiwiivouMiuvwfvm Alt the Sunday Schools in town me that heBhall be continued in this po- his affliction lightly and will be out and Minnie Richardson the best in Kentucky Jeans Clothing Co., LouisLouisville, Ky., Ownsboro, Ky., or Evanavltto, Ind. increasing in interest and attendance. again in a few weeks. the reading classes, ville, was in the city Wednesday. sition. Self-mad- money: yvKes 5H& S5oeK(' Hiil tie GO n, BY THE CARGO! tell you we want and it's MONEY have We all need just now. the goods, and that's what MAKES Zfor them to you There's no object in us holding For advance in Prices when we can see there no prospect of a rise. They must "i STOCK O We are hound to reduce our stock, to make room. our spring purchase. Now is the time to buy a splendid Suit for a small sum of money. Our ing must he sold gardless of prices. For the next three weeks all our heavy winter and woolen goods will be sold at f and go at once. ofSo you can " take your pick the Bargains in Sight at FAIR BROS. & CO astonishingly low prices.All our Blank- ii . Mc-Hen- u, , n, JEARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION. J d ets, Comforts, Flannels, Fine Dress Goods and Notions go for less than wholesale prices. Come at once and secure some these bargains. Yours for trade, 4 San-derfu- Com to Hartford jS&HnEHlBllESsr Poor-hous- e, cr SPRING OPENING OF m C. L. Field's car of Buggies just from the ht Davis Carriage Company. So come and judge for yourself. 'j3L3arKroxjnxroE3M3E333-a- BEAVER DAM HIGH SCHOOL TctrLixry 16, 1894. text-book.- 32. CPENCE mm v Hartford Republican Friday, Fijiikuaiiv 16, 1894. Special Notico! We linve just perfected nrrnngo-men- ta whereby wo cnu furnish Tun Louisville ReruiaiCAK and tho venr Wccklj Commercial both Tun the of price alone, $1.25. Besides bo ing one of tho best and most relinblo papers published, Tho Commercial contains the political cartoons of thnt great artist, Mr. George Kerr, which in themselves nro worth tho price for charged for both papers. If jou want tho news of Ohio county and tho rest of the world every week, subscribe for Tho Hartford Republican and either thoLouisvillo Commercial, The Now York Tribune for only or tho Chicago Inter-Ocea- n 81.25. Subscribe at once. r 5. a.gkmthdnt7 Mountain Canyon. i Rounding Up Sixty Elk in a Littlo During tho terrible winter of 1871-7- 2 tho lk In great numbers lied from tho elevated plateaus of Laratnio plains on tho northern slope of tho Rocky mountains, nud sought lower altitudes and more sheltered fowling grounds along tho North Flatto river or along the streams springing from tho eastern side of the In tho spring they Black hills. camo trooping back in largo henfo, nnd in doing so crossed tho lino of settlements following tho railroad. Their nppearanco in such numbers in tho open country afforded rnro sport to the hunters nnd cattlemen scattered over tho plains, and tho slaughter was great. Many wero the oxcltlng chases that tho cowboys indulged In. Tho sport was conducted on horseback nnd without clogs, nnd had a deal of bard riding and endurance iu it. Laramie plains is tho generic name given to tho great tableland lying between the Rocky mountains, the North Plntto river and tho Black hlllri. Tho river flown along the cistern and lower extremity of tho plulns, whllo the Black hills break on" from the muln range ut tho Caclio lo Poudre river and sweep away to tho northwest in a pietur-esqu- o tanglo of spurs, peaks and dark green forests, lntersptrsed with strips of tho paler green of tiie aspen and cotlonwood, which mark the water cour&es and patches of emerald meadow. All tho streams in the plains dash out of the Itocky mountains, flowing swiftly northward, and fnll into tho North Platte. These are numerous uud large, and flow through one of the finest grazing regions in the world. All along tho foot of tho Rocky mountains tho rolling hills arc covered with tho tufted bunch grass, while the meadows along tho water courses arc ns green its a California wheat field in Maruh and April. We had wintered cattle driven rnn Texas the previous summer to Rr-;- k Creek, some six miles from the foot of tho mountains, and near us wine Oregon men had wintered a band of horses. In tho spring wo joined in Tilth several other drovers to gather up tho stock which had been widely scattered by tho unprecedented storms of the preceding winter, and fw tho cattle were thin we dqiended almoit entirely for fresh meat on elk nnd antelope. One morning In May .sixteen of us had our horses ;J1 saddled to scour the plains when a plainsman canto galloping up with tho news that a large herd of o!l was heading ncross the country .some three or four miles awaj from the Black hills toward the .Medicine J low. After a wo decided to let short g go for tho day, nnd join In a grand elk hunt. Cinches wwo tightened, stirrup leathers lookedafler, rifles securely strapped, and In a few minutes we wero dashing nway at n gallop on tho best rough-ridinhorses In America the cross between tho Kentucky nnd the mustang. Our dispositions for tho hunt were simple. It was to bo a regular drive. They wero iimdo by a celebrated plainsman, Jaelc Watkins, who was then major domo for Dr. II. Latham, now of .Sonoma county. Watkins was a (leporado, but was one of tho boldest riders and best shots over known on tho plains. Ills plan was for us to cut 0IMI10 elk from striking back Into the country and at the, sanio time head them oil from their coui-hto tho Medicine Bow. It was intended to chiwo tlwjm by details along tho foot of tlw mountains back mid forward till thoy wero tired and then head tlicin Into ono of tho ravines and drive them up into the drop snow, which was soft and melting. That done, shooting would bo easy. Away wo circled hi twos and throe, making a wide dotour in order to surround our quarry on every sldo except tho ono next to tho mountains. Bvory man was aglow with excitement, tho fever of tlio chnso wus In his blood and the bracing morning nlr tnnclo tho pulses tingle like a draught of old wine. Laratnio plains nro ideal ground for rough riding. Tho hoil firm and compact, yet springy, and spreads abroad In rolling billows, with tho contours between tho ravines nnd dwelling ridges not too shnrp and rugged for a good horseman on a steed to rido at a breakneck speed. Myself and companion soon saw tho group in ndvatico of ms wheel from tho crest of a rldga and dart nwny on tho other Bide, which was an intimation fjmt the gnmo had been sighted. Wo dashed up to tho crewn just In Unto to seo a magnificent herd of at least sixty elk making off in that long swinging trot which strains the speed and will tiro out tho best horse. A hugo un tiered buck led tho bund, uud Ills followors trailed after him with loyal devotion. Waving our hats to thoso in tbp rear to apprUo them that th gamo was nfoot nnd moving wo cow-bunting 1 sure-footed freshened our speed nnd circled after our leaders. A long lino of horsemen strung out to tho rear nt intervals of half a mile. Occasionally wo would catch glimpses of tho elk as they would raco over the summit of a ridge, nnd now and then Watkins or Davo Martin, a would appear, riding on their flank at a slashing pauo, taking up hill and down gully, ravine and bluff as though thoy were speeding over a graveled course. Tho trot of tho elk seemed clumsy nnd rather leisurely at first sight, but it tried tho mcttlo of our horses.- - Their swinging strldo covered a great deal of ground. Finally Watkins swung In between them nud thir course uud headed It did them toward tho mouutnlns. not suit him, however, for them to g go thoro straight. Ho rapidly his rifle and galloped along tho rldgo and took several snap shots at the lleoteg herd. This had the effect of turning the animals back toward tho east, laterally with tho range, when Martin swung in d them on a rtwbonod buekskin, giving stern chnso just to "tnlr tho wind out of tho elk." We slowed up to give our horsea n breathing spell, ret maintaining our nnd moving positions, toward tho mountains. For five or six miles Martin pushed tho herd along the fnco of our lino till tho leader of tho band was headed off by the man nt tho extreme end of our This turned them back-- , semicircle. nnd he rowalcd his potty nnd gavo them chase, Martin dropping In and taking his place In the line, which gavo notice that the game was being i'liiispd h".ek. Soon thev appeared ...." a half mile or 60 In ndvnneo 01 their d Mou-tnnan, bo-hin- ' Alt1 IrtlHrttl ft I (.1110 nil a ta llllne flin 11 nit rial tmu luiiukia u&i wiv. of Iloss McLaughlin and of Boss 1 Me-Kan- e, pursuer. Watkins waved his hat for mo to head them oil and turn them. My with a horse was a wiry strain of thoroughbred in him, a3 sure footed as a mountain goat, with no nonsense about him. To uso a cowboy phrase: "You could run him over a steamboat." When I let him go after tho elk lie pricked un his ears and laid himself against the bit with all his heart. lie needed no urging, because ho had chased cattle and half-broc- and was afraid of nothing. Then I had tho most excltiug rido of nbout six miles that over fell to my lot. The elk veered two or three times and tried to break through the line, but wero each timo headed ofl and When I had driven driven back. them to tho farthest extremity of tho line I dropped out unci nnother man took my place In tho pursuit. Fivo or six times this was repeated, tho cordon grow ing smaller and tho At elk more fatigued each timo. last we raced them back and forward along the declivity of the mountain at such speed that they began to break bito a lumbering gallop, a sure indication that they were tired out. They made several ineffectual attempts to break out, but shots and shouts drove them back. In desperation they dashed into tlw mouth of a littlo canyon that loci right into the snowdrifts two or three miles away. The sun was now shining warmly and the snow was mushy nnd yielding. While three or four of us stayed in the bottom of tho ennyem and drove the game into the snow, the others led their horses and clambered up the ridges on each side, and thus prevented escape. Hemmed in on all sides the wearied elk plunged into the soft snow and were soon flound ering up to their bellies. Then it was a slaughter. Theaul-mal- s scattered, floundering nbout, only to come to a standstill, blown and dispirited. It was no trick to shoot thein in this plight, and soon all hands wero afoot in the snow banging away with mad excitement. When about half the herd bad been killed, the leaders of the hunt began calling on their companions to desist from the slaughter. The excitement of the chase had died out, and for tho rest it was simply like kiljing helpless brutes. Hut such Is the lovo for slaying that animates tho human breast that it was with difilculty that some of tho younger members of the party could bo restrained. When tho results of the chase wero summed up thoy amounted to twenty-facve- n slain. Watkins had brought down tho magnificent buck that had acted as lender of the herd. His antlers wero over fivo feet in height, uud now ornament the library of a Boston millionaire. It was certainly a cruel chase, but it was a hunt that can never bo remembered without thrills of excitement. Elk nro still shot along thoso mountain slopes on tho Laramis plains, but they nro few in number to those killed a quarter of a century ago. Tho herds aro small, shy nnd difficult of approach. San Fran-ctsc- o Chronicle. Drain Enough for Two. A native of Georgetown, Md., lira tho following sign on tho front of lih storo: "Born with brain within brain, I can kuro eniiy kind of misery in a short timo with ony tho best crbs to bo used." buffalo ?ver since ho was broken aril 11I p.ioo Will be given for any case of Rheumatism which cannot be cured by Drummond's Lightning Remedy. The proprietors do not hide this offer, but ptint it in bold type on all their circulars, wrappers, printed matter, nnd through the columns of newspapers everywhere. It will work wonders one bottle curing any ordinary case. If the druggist has not got it, he will order it or it will be sent to any by express on receipt of price, together with special instructions for 0 use. Drttiniuond Medicine Co., Maiden Lane New Vurk. Agents wanted. A IK-- t 48-5- were giving pri.c fights before multitudes of people nt Coney Island. In teccnt years scyeral of these disgraceful conflicts have tnken place iu California, iu Louisiana, In tlte Kin-p- i re State nnd clsewhctc in the country. Hut the disgust and detestation with which theee revolting exhibitions are looked upon by respectable people have spread more widely and have become mote intense within a comparatively short time. The efforts of the Governor of Florida to stop the fight between Corbett and Mitchell wetc significant. So were the diligent preparations made by the Governor of Georgia to prevent a meet- rope." "And you want that?" ing of the two scoundrels on the soil of that State. Itls practically certain "Of course. I want low tariff" or that the Legislatures of such States free ttade because my wife buys nil as have not yet passed tigorous laws her dressfl iu Paris, Our furniture will soon cirtct comes from Vienna, carpets front againrt statutes of the strictest sort to suppress England, wines from France and oatthiskind of brutality. The fight be- meal from Scotland. With free trade I am tween Corbett and Mitchell, which I will save $30,000 a year. was decided recently, is not likely spending money, not making it. lobe followed byauysimilar contest "But if you buy these things in where large amounts are at stake any- Europe and ship them in without duty onr own mills will stop, wages will where in the t'nitcd Stitcs. Decent people can be congratulated go down and our workmen will be upon the positive ,ain which has idle," interposed Mr. Perkins. been made in the .'.ticction ef "Yes. I know this," said Mr. Ator prize fights. Such offensive and "but that is their lookout, not mine criminal conteitsought not, of course, It is the wotkman and working in to be permitted in any part of the that the tariff" benefits, an I country under any circumstances. It not the rich unit with his fortune would be well if the Legislature of made, I am talking for myself now." "But suppose you were a por this State and the legislative bodies of other St ites would mike statutes workman?" I said. "Why, then I'd want wages high even more in regard to Now, as I am rigorous and severe than they arc at and money flush. present. Heavier penalties ought to spending money, I won't wagct lo.v be imposed upon all persons who are and money tight so that it will go a concerned iu any way with the manage great way, don't you see?" ment of the affairs. In fact, all exhi"Ye?," I said, "I can sec that front bitions o! fighting with gloves, or your standpoint as a rieh nun with without theni, ought to be absolutely your money in government bonds your You are prohibited, and all boxing for money argument is ttinnswcrable. or for ptizes of any sort ought to be logical." suppressed entirely. No sensible It's just as easy to try One Minute man desites to make boxing itself ilIt's legal. The friendly coutef-tin the Cough Cure as anything else. gymnasiums of the athletic clubs, easier to cure a severe cold or couch when no money, no medals nor no with it. Let your next putchase for.i prizes are at stake, ought to be en- cough be One Minute Cough Cure. couraged. Sparring in itself is an ad- Better medicine; better testilt; better mirable exercise, and advantageous trv it. L. B. Bean. to those who practice it. Hut nil givnitRxii:. ing of prizes of any kind for all boxHealth in this community is gecd. ' ing contests ought to be forbidden by The saw log men are very anxious law, because the ijinctic.il result of for a rise in the River. , giving medals or prizes of any sort Since our last writing some one for boing contests is to prntote such broke Into P. A. Moxlej'.s stoie and j combats as do not in reality differ stole twelve dollars and left ten dol- -' from actual Many of ' lars in the drawer. Rather generous the contests with gloves which have ' was it not? been decided for money prizss before n Misses I.elia and Floy Mnqihy the athletic clubs of New Yotk City' Jed a ball in Grayson county last in their have been of the week. most brutal and sickening sort. Snch Mr Oscar Bluntmer, of Owensboro, affairs ought to be suppressed bylaw, is visiting Mr. Ed D.ivisou this week. and onlv men whose tastes atcbrutal, Mrs. W. V. Tuustall is visiting her men without dignity, refinement or sister, Mrs. Thomas Patterson, of Tou-secan object to statutes putting and end to such combits. Mr. Frank Felix, of Hartford, v.n As to the afiair in Florida teceutly, in our vicinity last week. the American brute prevri himself Mr. L. W. Oolsey, who is teaching to be much superior to the Knglish nt Pleasant Walk, had to dismiss his brute in a very lew minutes. It had school for a few cUysthis week on acbeen expected by almost all the ex- count of mumps. perts in such things that Corbett Messrs. Sam Davison and John would win the fight, but it had not Payne have gone to Davison's Station been generally suppose.! that his vic- and ate going to see how two bachtory would be to swift and so easy. elors can get along cooking. Now that it is decided beyond a ques Vi:ni;ss. tion that the American ruffian is a quicker, more powerful and more efNot one minute elapses between the fective brtii-c- r than the IJnglish ras- taking of One Minnte Cough Cure cal, all controversies over the super- and relief. Why shouldn't people iority of proffcssioanl boxers ought to take One Minute Cough Cure? They cease. It is time to have an end of should. They do. I,. B. Bean. . It is highly desirable in the public interest that the remarkOpnthor nin Illi-- r TVolialor. able muscle, agility and endurance of Miss Esther Webster died at the James J. Corbett should be made use Walker House In Fordr.ville on the of nt the earliest possibledate in break- morning of February 17, 1894, alter ing stone in some State an illness of nearly one year. She prison, while a general desire will be was born near Knoxville, Tenn., and felt by people thnt Mitch- was in the 23d year of her age. Of a ell shall spend a long term at hard family of fifteen children she was the labor in an English treadmill. eighth one to die with consumption, Including her parents, who's deaths DeWitfs Witch Hazel Salve cleans- occurred five and ten years ago. She es, purifies and heals. It was made was a member of the Baptist Church Use it for burns, at Hartford, but at the time of her for that purpose. cuts, bruises, chapped hands, sores death her membership was with this of nil descriptions and if you have Church at Fordsville. Mic has residpiles use It for them. L. D. Bean. ed at Fordsville over three years and during that time, she had by her christiiu walk won miny warm friends, who manifested their cttecm Re- for her by their visits to her sick bed and attending her funeral and interment. On the morning of the 8th the funeral sermon was preached at her home by Rev. J. V. BristJW. After service and singing by the Fordsville choir the remains was laid to rest in the Fordsville Cemetery. No better aid to digestion, I heard the voice of Jesus say No better cure for dyspepsia, I am this world's Light. Nothing more reliable for bilious- Iook unto me thy morn sh ill rise ness nnd constipation than DeWitt's And all thy day be bright. Little Karly Risers, the famous little I looked to Jesus and I found pills. L. II. I3en. In Him my star my sun mtm So iu that Light of life I'll walk Till traveling days are done. prize-fightiprize-fighting s prie-fighling at-teclub-houst, prize-fightingd g be ns low as German wages." "That is what I want,"s.iid Mr. Astor. "The lower the better for inc. You see I nm not a workman. 1 hire others. I have thirty servants in New York nud Newport. The lower their wages the better for me." "Hut you used to be a Protective Tariff man," remarked Mr. Perkins "Yes; but then I was making money. I was interested in manufacturers. Now I have put everything I Hutd own into government bonds. low tariff times help me now. They make things cheaper." "How cheaper?" "Why, with low tatiff" they will come in made by cheap labor in Eu- C gG&" m made j ft. tJr.nr..NS5 l fv. L SLUGGISH LIVER CAU3ES Constipation, Sick Headacho, Dyspopsia, Nervousness, AND DISTURBS THE SYSTEM GENERALLY. 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