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The HaRTEOHD1 OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTV IN THE FOCRIR REPUBLiCAN COMCHIOHAL MS.RICT. The Republican and Courier-Journboth one year for onal ly $1.75. TEP.K2---S1.2- FiMlikn . 5 ?et Annnm, Id Advance. VOL. VI. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1891. a Ml)C'U.VMi;:li A.NH LlI.Ml'AII. Cleopatra upon bore tho tbo green banks of the Nile; bu who is this that ho should mount a whlto I. H 11110MI.KV IN N. Y. THUIIINK. camel and fearlessly traverse tbo Nubian desert alone? He is clad in "I am sad I nin sad," sing the sweet the gorgeous habiliments of the cast. I.illlpad, from tho costly fez to tbo lowest "My people have treated me mean: trappings of tbo camel cloth with- My throne is knocked down, tltcy have taken my crown, abba or out so much as a goat's-hal- r No longer they call tile the queen; cfilo to protect thcin a camel's-hni- r from tho desert's sun or tho Bedou- My chopper stands still, for I have nothing to kill, in's envious eyes. A pasha riding I am sad, I am sad, woe is nicj In state through bis capital might We ate nil out of meat, and 'vc nothenvy him the magnificence with ing to cat, which bo Is traversing the Nubian Not even cold inissiona-rcc.nlone. desert Then the High Muckamuck was so Look at tho faco beneath tbo forcibly sttuck fez. It Is white at least, With the plaint that conies over moonlight. Those oyesl 'Can in tho sea, you over forget .them? See that Thatthe made a posish for a special he diamond flash as the hand lifts an couunish iron prod to Impress a command upTo go and set I.illipad freej on tho stately camel. A deep wail To set np her throne and restore to her vfjtiies gurgling from bis long, slar-cycd KO.30. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report may be avoided. It comes from a germ that takes root and grows only when Ihq .System is Weak and Lungs are affected. c ilSMpIBiiJ t mm rvcf ping stones to journalistic success." Theic weic other qualities besides these excellent accomplishments that Botty found it nccessaty to possess. Her capacities for endurance, forLcar-mic- e nnd hopefulness, were tested to their utmost when, on stormy days, wet to the knees, she trudged heic and there over the busy city, ever She grew accustomed to the noise, smoke, dust and hurry of the office, she learned not to shrink and pale nt every sight of evil and vulgar sound that met her eyes nnd cars, she tried not to notice, nnd after to forget. Some of the men and women who-caand went or worked beside her were coarse, louduntidy and mouthed, vulgar-minded- , She drew haughtily unpleasant. aside from them all, at first, but her gcod.sistyf: ran Jold her ..11 hoc lay. kind, honest hearts under plain clothes and caieless speech, and clever brains- - under tcotip-tiltesilk hats or rakish lout ets. "My piofessionnl experinces are teaching nic," she said, to Miss Carter, "that few, very few, human beings are who are wholly bad. The worst of us have our good qualities, I think, it one can only find them. My work is making me more more really christian than I ever was when I lived my daint-- , secluded life." news-gatherind broad-minded, L Iff ft ftf? Oil, will hypophosphites of lime and of soda, overcomes all the conditions which make the world over, en-sumption possible, endorse it. Cod-live- r con-Piysitia- Scott's Emulsion ' A M3& Powder PROFESSIONAL nil. H. AlBSOialTESSf P&JRE SIJIPLIFIED BOOKKEEPING. A Druggist' b Motbod of Kooplnff Hla Customers' Accounts. Ho Illniseir Mctallm tho ISUIh Standing Against tho I'utrons Thesn Aro He- tripled When l'uld Itrflectlons on Other Tuples of Interest. ' " deep-fringe- d CARD. (Jlenit, J.N. II. tVrddlng. !, Coughs, Colds, Woak Lungs and Emaciation pavo tho way for Consumption. SCOTT'S EMULSION cures thorn, and makes tho yslcm strong. Prepared by LAWYERS, HARTFORD, KY. 4 GLENN & WEDDING, (0fllcerOYfr Anderson's nasAitr,) Scott A. Cowno, U. Y. Drugefst's sell It. e A crooning tucctu. That's what Dr. Fcnner's reaching ctJ curtnc It nhef ecr Itixlots.Owell. leg sad pain ncccm-pas-y lnCisamatlon, so It a'.vayj cures svtUlcs; ml pain. Under whatexer nam Infliminatloa Is (sued, (sad ths 11(1 Is a Ions out) thers win Golden Bsliar cur Thus It Is that It will curs a felon, applied titernally, sod also a tonauraptlon, Uk.n In 5 drop doses on small lump ef sugar Internally. You hare a sore, bruised fleger. Put Um Relief on It and bo surprised how Quickly It Is welL On any other soro It Is tho sama. One drop applied to an old tore will eauao It to heal on your Up alter all else has (ailed. Cold-sort- s re cured by It In ono night. You haro tried It for sorelhroal and found ouraelt cured almctt at once. Now your Junes are tore Inflamed It quickly cures Inflammation of tho tunrs. A ehronl. cough Consumption Is on yon. It will eur your lungs. No Inflammation, no consumption. It will not permit Inflammation to tilsl. This la why It cures consumption Just as It would sorn throat, or flux, a falon, a toothache or a neuralgia. Tho soro In your lungs Is healed and you are well. Ono sore Is aot much unlike another. No Inflammation, no sore, no consumption. A tablespoontnl cures La Orlpps. If satisfaction not glret mency refunded. It Borer disappoint. Tako a botUo home L Itellof la. specific tor OoUia It Iks-la- Is a imtiok, fi ' XwKlltur neck. inrllentlvn fhrtt. Pgrtajto camel though bo Is, he humbly to obey, and, pausing, ON THE NUBIAN DESERTL Hoc five feet away, bo turns his shaggy head completely about, till his great, dreamy eyes look up at Tho Strango Sights Soon by an his master, as though ho meekly English Travolor. asked: "What next?" Tho devotion is contagious. It is 11V IIARUV w. FRENCH. difficult to restrain one's self from The sun was scttin;;. Fiery red kneeling on the sand and saying: It sank behind tho leaden clouds for-fv"Your servant, sir." lying along a desert horizon. Hark I Bespeaks! Ho speaks in For an instant they became n n English! Pure, clear, unaccented, girdle, then everything was immaculate English. 'My oldest as servant, who has been with mo for a merged In a somber silver-gray- , suddenly as though a great curtain year, still thinks mo an Egyptian bal been drawn beforo tbo sun. Turk. Why should that magnifiMost of tbo camels wero already cent bnlng upon tbo white camel's sleeping. The rest dropped quickly back bo ho much wiser? But what upon their knees, and then upon a question! Out there, alone, on their haunches, with tbo agonized Nubian desert, a phantom comes wall from their long twisting over the trackless sand, pauses throats which always accompanies me, uud a voice, that thrills the act. A few of tbo Mussulmans one with its melody, asks: "Will bad not finished their evening you kindly favor mo with a match?" praycrs, but they hurried through, A match! Tbo last thing in tbo folded their praying mats, and as world to bo found on tho Nubian n suddenly as night came on the desert rarer even than the English saul: into silence. language. What right bad that pro-'poser Ty-riiibe-sicur-uva- Qiiaen, The To give back her land.-- , and put'ln her bands The key to the chopping machiuc duskybut-JJaautiffi- i Sang I.illipad then, "Wait only till when The Muckamuck gives me a chance; I will chuck in a hole their President Dole, That son of a gun And lead them a different dance, will not have so much fun When I start up my chiperty chopper, And scud him and his on a rollicking whiz Kerswollergog into the hopper." Hut the mild Muggy wump that sweet scented chump Kmittcd a feminine shriek, And the bold Kickapoo said, "I will kick, too, At the Muckamuck's singular freak" So the Mugcywiiiup wumped and the Kickapoo slumped, And the 1'lubberdub fllpperty flopped, And the Muckamuck saw that his will wasn't law When he said; "Let this nonsense be slopped." The is no excuse for any man to appear in society with a grizzly beard since the introduction of Buckingham's Dye, with colors natural brown and black. Cotton Belt Route (St. Louis Sou h western Ry.) i Gradually, instead of growing darker, tbo air wo were breathing seemed permeated with n deep purple dye. Tbo soiled coats of the shaggy camels wero suffused with Arkansas, Texas THE ONLY LINE With through Car TO Semce from 111 T9 TBUS, No change ol Cure to OU INTKRMKDITK POINTS. Two Daily T-uai- ns thmurji Ctuclim and CarrrinK Traveling llio Pullman Sliepcr. Bnrt farming-- , cjiv.ing and Umber tliu must ptos-perlauds. Ami iachiii to tt us ami cities in tho oui Graat Southweat. Yeilding FAKM1NO LAN' US. abundant.)' all tho ceial, corn nml cotton. aiulvpiciitlly adapted t tho cultivniion ol small Iruils uml early TtfeUlilue. Affording GRAZING LANDS. excellent pasturage (luting nl unit t tlio entire year, uml comparatively close to the ureal maikcts. TIMBER LANDS. Covered with almost inexhaustible forests of yellow pine, cypie&s uml tho hnril woods common to Arkniisus mid Eastern Texas. Can bo procured on reasonable uml advantageous terms. crimson. Tbo dingy abbas of tbo sleeping Arabs wero robe3 lit for Solomon in all bis glory. The sand stretched away like an ocean of blood, and the sky bending over It was a great doino of gurnet. A camel opened his gentle, drowsy eyes for an Instant. They were soft and brown in tbo fierce sunlight, hut In that deep after-glothey Hushed like gorgeous carbuncles, sot In a frlngo of crimson fur. The day died in that crimson glory, and as everything sank into shadows the stars the appeared, flashing and glowing like coals of fire. With a curious soughing sound the night wind came creeping over the sand, nml away in tbo east be heavens wero still changing. Tbo stars wero less intense, the sky was luminous, a brilliant silver gray, alid tho desert a dead, lusterless black. Suddenly a disk of fire rose out of the sand, growing whiter even beforo It left tbo horizon line. Very dark upon the sand lay tho shadows of the sleeping caravan. Not a sound or a motion marred that moment of intense silence. But look! Right nth wart the moon! What Is that outline black in jot? It seems, colossal, swinging and swaying against the clear white light. Imagination Instantly recalls tho wild loro of tho Nubian desert. Is it some giant phantom? No. Tbo moon leaves it now, and rising higher floods the desert with a wonderful light, in which each object becomes almost as distinct as it is The phantom sudby day. denly dwindles and far away to tbo left It is easy to disspeck of tinguish a camel rider black a dot upon tbo desert swinging and swaying as the ship sails toward us on tbo sea of sand. It is going toward tho Nile, but tlicro Is All llssmcossisrcl with ituil liiiTvlirk claon anlctln tlic a long night's journey between It and tbo sacred river. It Is coming from Heaven knows where. There is nothing but sand parched and Ask yournrurcBl Ticket Agent (or burning sand behind It for days and maps, timo tables, etc., and writo to days, and, strangest of all, that atom Is all alone. any ol tho following lor all informaSurely, It Is coming directly totion you may desiro concerning the ward us. Has tbo rider scon tbo Southwest. trip to tbo Great Cotton Belt Route lingering sparks of our dying camp-fire- s R. T. G. MATTHEWS, -or tbo shadowy forms of tho Dis't Pass. Agt., Louisqillo, Ky. prostrate caravan? If so common E. W. LaBEAUME, soaso should surely warn him to G. I. ATkt. Agt., St. Louis, Mo. nialco n wido detour. Ono may bo ah sure thut a Bedouin caravan will J. A. EDSON, bo n baud of highway robbers If tho Texnrkana, Tex. Gen'l Supt., opportunity Is offered as that a junk will provo a .plrato under appropiiatc conditions. JOHN ECHOLS, Receivers. Ho Is coming nearer. Ho must bo ST. JOHN BOYLE, f very lonely If tho sight of his fellow-lnc- n deprives him of discretion, or thirsty to venture so much for wa(Tho Mississippi Valley Route.) ter, or hungry to forgot tho desert law. If ho Is not afraid for himself TO I am afraid for him. My Arabs aro CIN. loyal to mo because it is for their InEVANSVILLE, LOUISVILLE,terest to be; but I fancy that might ANDALLTOINS EAST. makes right with them as with all their kind. TO Nearer; steadily nearer. Ho Is Memphis, Vicksburg, New Or- - less than a hundred feet away. Strango that at least ho has not tbo AND ALL POINTS SOUTH. oriental courtesy to stop and givo Chi-nes- o CO. &S.W.R.R. - Fully convinced that I was dream-lug- , I produced tho match and watched as it flashed and faded and flared again at tho tip of a tiny cigarette, disclosing n slender hand, an enormous diamond and'-- a face! That was all. Tho match was carelessly thrown away. The prod was used. Tho camel walled and, with a convulsion that extended from nose to tail, slowly resumed his pilgrimage. As they started, the rider turned and said: "My caravan Is.somcwherc back upon the sand. If you should pass a hundred camels, inure orloss, headed toward tho river with a leader who seems to bo stupidly looking for something, tell him, in Arable, that if bo does not find,mo this side of the Nile, ho Is to keep on to Cairo. I am going that way." A wreath of white; smoko floated in tho moonlight and tbo white camel moved away, growing fainter and fainter till only a dark shadow swayed upon the whlto sand in that mysterious land of silhouettes. It was my first night on the Nubian desert, and, satisfied that I had seen all that would bo worth seeing, I crept under my low goat's-hal- r tent, to think and to dream of that wonderful faco in tho flash of the match while it lighted a cigarette. Two years later, while standing upon a crowded Parisian boulevard, a pair of fiery horses- - dashed past mo, guided by tbo dellcato bands of tho most beautiful woman in Europe. With all thoir national enthusiasm tbo Frenchmen on every hand attested their admiration in Only boisterous demonstrations. for an Instant I saw tbo face. Tho next it was far down the boulevard. "Who was it?" I asked of tho nearest Frenchman. Ho looked at iho In scornful pity, that I should bo so Ignorant, and replied that it was tho wife of ono of tho wealthiest of European noblemen. It was easy then to learn tho rest tho same sad story of beauty exchanged for wealth. For a month or two each d year at tho height of tho season and wlfo find it possiblo to remind society that tboy aro ono. For tho rest of tho year tho husband spends bis tlmo don't ask mo how or whore. I beard, and so may you, but for my part I am enough of an Arab not to bcllevo what I hear when ono man speaks ill of another. And tho wlfo? ' You may meet her nt tho norfli polo, under a sealskin or reindcr torgbattcn, or at tbo souih polo wrapped In n Pntagonlnn panja; in Europe, Asia or Africa or even in America, for sho has been there wild, reckless, defiant, but as good and as generous, I bear, as sho Is bold and beautiful. All that I really know of her Is that I met her "ono night nlono on tho Nubian desert. Detroit Free bus-ban- mysterious creature to suspect that Then the Muckamuck said "O, I have a gi eat head, in my girdle thero is a case of pre, t They mistake when they think me cious English matches? too fresh; I didn't begiu it and haven't been in ' It's just as easy to try One Minute Cough Cure as anything else. It's easier to cure a severe cold or cough with it. Let your next purchase fora cough be One Minute Cough Cure. Better medicine; better result; better try it. L. 13. Bean. A N'ASHVILI.15 Itosotlrroftll Ilcpiihtlciiu. . UWUDMCAN-- I was fooled by gosh, And not by the Lillipad song; lie sent the unlucky galloot from I'll lay the whole tiling on to Grcsu. the swisli of his gib-bcr- y Ken- To redress the great national wrong.". jo he gave it n chuck did the High Muckamuck, And the budget to Congress he flung. With never a wonl to show be bad heard, The song by the I.illipad sung, N r casual mention of any intention To gratify Lillipad's spleen, flut calmly ignoring all thought of The key to her chopping machine. tucky testoring sings I.illipad, "Oh, I feci mighty sad In my little shebang by the sea; Oh, why was I stuck on the High Muckamuck, And why did he trifle with me? He has left me alone without any Now ( throne Or counsel on whom I can lean; am bankrupt in purse and what is still worse, They have locked up my chopping machine," Tin- - At nil fil n Mcminn Ilrporlvr. DHMORKST'S MAGAZINE I'OU MARCH. "I can stand hard work," she wail- ed one day, "but not indifference, and that I find is the severest trial one must endure when beginning in this know that mornbusiness. Do ing after morniug I have sat on that hard bench outside the door of Mr. Griswold's office, wondering whether or not he had any work for me, and often, often, the boy brings word that all the assignmentsMiave been given out for the day. Nobody cares whether I get work or not, and so, with my heart in my boots, I go out on the street. There, sometimes I see odd little happenings, from which I contrive to make a stick or two for the next morning's paper. And, by the way," shyly, "I have written a bit of an account of how the Pliades have tea. I hope you won't mind. I didn't mention any names, and Mr. Johnson said Mr. Griswold told him that it was 'a clever skit."' "Is that the vulgar sporting-edito- r Press. Fow Pens Popular. Although stool pens arc made In somo hundreds of varieties, only a small number of pons attain great popularity. Pens of fanciful form havobcen patented again and again, only to fall of public reception, and it is exceedingly difficult to mako n -- TO mo his name, and in tho namo of placo for any pen that greatly difAllah announco his business or ask fers from tho few forms now widely Chicago, tho hospitality ho requires. Cairo, Louis, St- stationer, who used. A down-tow- n was retailing pens far below tho fear, discretion or courAND ALL POINTS NORTH Without tesy, bo must bo In very dlro dls- - usual market prico, said, In answer AND WEST. .ii ,to a customer's question: "Yes, iruas. not Connecting at Memphis with through It Is tho largest camel I over saw. thoy are good pens, but tboy arecanHow It looms up against tho sky! known to tho public, and thoy trains to all points in Its slzo olono would mako It a prlzo not bo sold at market rates in largo to tempt tho desert Bedouin. At I quantities." N.Y. Sun. live, it is a white camel A creature Stated meeting of the Hartford Rates, Tickets, and all information almost bdyond purchase! Abrahum Lodge, No. 675, P. & A. Masons, first to Bring tho will bo furnished on application to sent a whlto camel daughter of his kinsman to be tho Monday night in each month. All ticket agent. your nearest wife of Isaac. Tho queen of Slicba brethren are invited to attend regular. T. B. LYNCH, W. H. Moorr, W. M. camo upon a white camel to Solomon I II, WniNSiiiUMKit, Scc'y. G.P. A Douiaville. Ky.- -. in nil his glory, and a white camel . Arkansas and Texas 1 Johnson?" inquired Miss Carter. "Oh er yes," replied Betty, confusedly, "I did say he was vulgar, and all that. So he is, to be sure, however, he is awfully I felt that he was beneath me because he would wear so much jewely and use perfume and slang; but you see I've learned to like him. He ignored my snubs and gave me all sorts of good advice. From him Ifiave learned to turn to bouie good account nearly everything I see, do, or hear.' 'Journalists must always' he says, 'have their minds on the alert, and from every catch Ideas for space-wor- k face.' Last week I had only passing two assignments but made sixteen dollars. Such trivial stufT it may seem to you a finger's length of type, telling how a famous actress goes shopping I happened to see her on Broadway; another bit about the pop-ula- r boquet of flowers for the season, on what do you and a carriage etiquette. In this suppose? proflessioii I find it does't so much depend on what one writis about but ' how one writes it, " 'Give a dash of humor in every paragraph, if you can, and make sentences short and crisp, and write a compact, neat, clear hand.' Mr. Johnson says these mottoes arc the step kind-heartehalf-colum- n The average Republican is very resourceful, and if he can't "get there" in one way he will another. We have despaired long ago of being able to tions aro written in Latin doesn't convince the Democrats of the South mako much, if any, differenco to druggists; but really I can sco no of the error of their ways. We have reason for tbo use of Latin, for most talked with them, argued with them, Intelligent peoplo nowadays know and prayed with them to no avail. what a prescription contains on They arc incorrigible. Hence we no reading it, or else they will Insist on their physician telling them. longer indulge hopes of any apprecia"People sometimes ask mo what ble additions to the Republican party n prescription contains, but drAjj-glst- s, from the ranks of .the Uoary-heade- d t you know, never givo anything Democratic sinners. Mr. Joe Dillon, of that kind away. It is against tho of the Nicholson House newsstand, rulo of tho profession. and late of the postoffice, has suggest"But this isn't what I sot out to ed a plan by which the growth of the tell you nt nil. That was about my Republican party would be assured. way of .keeping accounts. Hero in On October 21, 1889, he was appointthis drawer, you see, aro a number of slips of paper. Each one of them ed Chief of the Registry Department of the postoffice at this place. On the contains tho account of 911c of my same day his wife presented him with customers; and some of them, you see, arc very large. I keep no other On February a young Republican. records. 1894, Mr. Dillon was removed to 13, "When a man comes In to pay bis make a place for a hungry Democrat, bill I havo everything hero on the and this loyal wife presented him slip bearing his name, nnd it takes with another young Republican. There only a moment to foot It up. When is no getting ahead of this pair. Take ho hands mo tho money I hand him a few like them nnd plant them in tho slip, nud there is an end to tho the benighted Democratic sections of wbolo- matter. Nothing could bo simpler, could It? this State, and let the party sit quiet"Certainly nothing could bo, from ly by and await results. It will beat my point of view, and, of coursc.no all the stump speeches, all the procustomer can havo any thing to comtection tariff, honest money and honplain of. The system Is capablo of est elections literature that can be indefinito extension. (Copyright dumped into the State. "If tho number of my patrons who applied for.) keep, accounts should largely Increase, 1 should havo to keep tho Torpidity of the liver, and disorders slips in alphabetical order, or someof the stoinache and bowells, cause thing of that kind. Really, this Is bookkeeping if it can bo called sc headache and the failure of the dereduced to its lowest terms." sire for food. Ayer's Chathartic Pills At this point tho druggist turned stimulate the action of the stoniache, away to compound two prescripbowels, cures headache, and tions that a woman wanted made up liver and restores the appetite. in n hurry; nnd just then tho door opened to admit two more of tho lilt 'Kill Ak". postage-stambrigade, which only CREKK RIVRR IIIU'UIII.ICAN. tbo good nature of druggists and We are often approached by fiiends their desiro to accommodate their who never think ot taking The Refriends causo them to tolerate at all. publican and paying a dollar a year But somehow ppstago stamps nnd for it who in a mild way complain directories aro Inseparably assothat they hnve been to so and so, or ciated in tho minds of urban Americans with drug stores, and tho have done so and so and we had nevsaid a woid in the paper about druggists can only submit, although er ho realizes that overy tlmo ho sells a them. Oh, generation of snakes.will stamp to a stranger tho purchaser you never learn "what knocks."IIow is really Imposing on his good nature. can we have the heart to say good words about any one who we know-wil- l France'o Minister of tho Interior. never read it unless he borrows Tho new French minister of tbo his neighbor's paper. interior, M. David Raynnl, a disEph-ralAn obedience to the simple laws of tant connection of tho lato Alex, tho founder of the LonSarsa-parilhygiene and the use of Ayer's don Jowlsh board 'of guardians is will enable the most delicate tbo first Jew who has held this ofiico man or sickly woman to pass with in any government. Franco has ease and safety from the icy atmoshad a Jewish minister of justice In phere of February to the warm, moist Adolpbo Crcmlcux, a ministers of days of April. It Is the best of spring finance in Fould and minister of public works in David Raynal himmedicine. self and Edouard Millaud; Italy a minister of finance In Luigl Luz-zat- ll No better aid to digestion, and Holland a minister of jusNo better cure for dyspepsia, tice in Godcfroi, but for M. Raynal Nothing more reliable for bilioushas been reservod tbo distinction of ness and constipation than DeWitt'S receiving ono of tho highest of cabiLittle Karly Risers, the famous little net posts. pills. L. B. B sail. A Difference In Men. p la - ' Will prrfclico their profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining coun"No, I never kept any books, "said ties, and court of Appeals. a druggist to a New York Tribune ntteution given to criminal Special practice limn, in the intervnls of selling a and collections. two-cestamp to ono customer, flvo cents' worth of rochcllo salts u&.. to another, a postal card to a third, some qulnlno pills to a fourth and a T glass of soda water to an aspiring AW member of tho rising generation. "I don't bother myself with bookIAKTI"OIlI, KY. keeping nt all," he went on, "alWill practice hisrnofession in Ohio though a considerable number of my and adjoining of counties, and customers run small accounts with Appeals. Special attention court to given mo. If 1 had to bother with books collections. Ofiico east side of publio in tbo bookkeeper's sense my lifo equare. would bo miserable Indeed, for I have enough other things to bother E.D.GUFFT. B.C. BINGO mo; and you know It is absolutely r tSE necessary for u druggist to keep a clear bead. jjjjaw, "If be makes a mistake bo may SXartfcri, aEoafaclcy. kill somebody and bo sent to tbo U ill practice in nlPcourts of Ohio state prison for It. Why, even tho and adioininji counties. Sunerior handwriting of physicians that wo Court anil Court of Appeals. Collinvo to decipher in reading pro- lections nn.d all legal business attendscriptions is enough to bring tho ed to. Office 329 E. Market St. gray hairs to anybody'o head. "If I could have my Way I would R. R. WEDDING, require every candidate for tho demedicine) to givo gree of doctor of evidence of his ability to writo a Beaver Dam, Ky. lcgiblo band, and would then comWill practice his .profession in all pel him to take an oatit never to writo a prescription thacouldn't bo the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. read with ease. "Of course the fact that prescrip- i- - k i ,-- James Smitli, PMUT Eingo, ggttornoys 8gt Gr-iaffs- Attorney at Law, Lawyer Perry West8rfie.d, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in all the Courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties, and in tho Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections." Ofiico, in County Attor ? ney's office, in Court House. n '4 1 Attorney at Law. Beaver Dam, Ky. i- - a. mssm ivdfpJBflpfjPiWWaW? DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Is prepared to do all kiwis of Dental work at reasonable pricos. CJJLmTLm 03XT jjjkrt tr Pictures In A. I pitk, lui Stjle and Size. '. Old Pictures Copied and Enlarged SPECIALTY. 108J Main Street. 37m6 OWENSBOMO, KY r.oitisvii.i.E, Loais.ills, sr. louim a tex. k. r X Lijii I mi liliij , No. 61, 3 . -; -- i m NOV.J, 1891. No, S3, ' Dally. Dally. WESTBOUND. . 7:1? a. m. 6.25 p. m. f.T. !xulsvl!la 8:11 . in. 7.20 p. m. West Foil)! :1T a. m. f .07 p. ra. llrnndenburs IrvlnKton 0.1 10:33 SCHEDULE IN 'EFFECT a.m. a. m. 8 37p.m. p. ra. p. m. 9.21 9:10 10.10 10 ClovtT'Ort Hawcsvllle Uwlsport Owcnstoro Spoils villo.. Ar. Hrnilcrxon EASTItOlWP. t.T. Henderson , 10 14 a.m. 11:11a.m. ll:Mn. m. W: IS p. m. MH p. m. p.m. 31p.m. p. m. p. in. 1:23 p.m. 12 20 a. m. No. 82, No.M, 11:11 11.&S Diilly. . 7:13 a. m. -- Daily S; i Spollsvlllo . 0ot.;'oro Ltulsport 77 8:27 9.119 ISp. ra. a. m. 3 37 p. m. a. nt. 4.iSp. m, a.m. a.m. 8 HawrfcTillo 9.3a a. m. Mup.n 03p.m For Two Cents stamp) nny reader of (a T1115 Ritruii-I.ICA- N copy of The can have Southern Magazine by droppingaline to Its pub! shers nt Columbia Building, Louisville, Ky , ami can obtain a club rate on the magazine and this paper by 'addressing the publishers Ol TllR RRI'UIIUCAN. It I'roUn town 1 President Grant once happily described some peculiarities of a eouplo of his" ardent admirers as follows: "What a differenco in mon," ho said. "Now, there's Logan he comes on here from Illinois for, say, fifteen appointments. I give him twclvo unci ho goes homo again swearlug that ho hann't the slightest Influence with tho administration. Now, hero comes Simon Cameron over from Penney! vanla, and when I give him three out of lib fifteen, away hogoes delighted and lasluliug that bo runs, 'thg .jvliole jnvcn.inent." Clovcrpott Stepliensporl Irvlnxton llr.imlcnburg West Point.. Loulsyllle Ar. 67 p. m. 6.19 p.m. U.M a. m. 7.03 p, 11:20a. m, 731 p. in.. 1 OS p. m. 8.0S p. m, . p. ra. 1.00 p. m, lo.ot 4. m. 5 n, " Tsalns No, fil ant Nn. Si mako connection a Irlnjjtoii (Sunday txct pled) with trains on Louis. tllle, IlarilnsUirir A Wetrn K. II., cast "anj ,; west bound. Fur further Information, tuldffss II. O, M0RDUB, Gen. Ta'r Ag'l. LoulsTllls, Ky. , i uim Urn tv ii'n Inn IMMur litilMtlnyU'iii.MnlUetlnn,TcmnTcrx. ' .w.ii.f !'!.'. uml iini limlurla, oe tliniiramn aianromPersons I cncrworkoi liotuchoW PHmSR 11 AtU:u.u,OilkoWi,,WiiU4UU. (: Hartford Eepublicn punusiiEi) iivmi'.y vr.m.vY iionsfixu. Go to your voting I'lccincU nil vote in tlio Convention. Tin: hearing of tlio Hrcckenridgc Pollard cne is .et lor March the 8th M.u'Ov, G., is to ha.'oan Agricultural mul Industrial Exposition the coming (till. Jo. II. It(ft:i:;i. rMlmr nnt PropiMor Fmn.w, Fhmuwrv 23, iSa.. TcMiowtow Is the day bet apart lor It shall not be the object of the- the Precinct Conventions. thrcughoiit tho county nro writer to.cnter upon 11 dfecuj'ion of the merits or demerits n( dancing n under obligations to go to their voan independent proposition, but rath ting places and help to nomiiialo n er to point out what appears to be, ticket. and in fact it, a gioss violation of the Tmk working men ol Pennsylvania, lawsol ft decent and conservative propriety. As for the Mashed Hall voted for Congressman from the !at Tuo'dty. The of last Wedueiday night we shall not wan that Hon. Galudia A. Crow, express nn opinion but leave it wholly to the unb'aseil judgment and the 11 Jxopubliivti was 'elected by plurality. Philadelphia, the home untramnielfd conscience of the of the working man furnished 53,000 and guests as to how Another or elovating it may have of this immense piuniltty. endorsement (?) of tjl Wilon bill. We .dm II not been in Its tendencies State-nt-large re-M- ilt nfs DANCING RUN MAD. y at thi! time at loast nttncl: dancing PnKMni-.s- r Cur.n.vsu at in- - its uual haunts nnd in tho eourv the white leather iu his long of its wonted levelingtt, but ulien it contest with that prince of dema csfciv to ingratiate itn preimuptiuu' gogucs David H. Hill, and left New o into new and lew ijuestiona-b!- o York to fiud timber for the new As fields, when it eeks to force an cofinteJu'tice. Senator J? D. White, enhance it. to an acquaintanceship of Louisiana, was nominated and hithuito al 'ivc its tinkling allure-incut- s, ptouiptly coiifiuned by the Seunte.but wheii it raises its unwelcome not until two ot Mr. Cleveland's audacity head and with brneu-fuet- d nominations for tho plce, those of demands recognition at the h'uuls of llornblowei and Pecklam had been that which h.ishiihei to ignored, (veil rejeckd. It i a nif.u'Htne that such spurned it, wo shall exeroie but njuit an unprincipled politician as Hill light and discharge but a plain duty should bo able to thwfiit the plans of when we enter a moderate but firm a President. The action of the House protect. There may be plenty of good iu forcing ihiough tho Resolution reason and common fene though wo g Cleveland's fail to discover either m drifting up diguting Hawaiiu muddle no doubt iu all manner of odd and ridiculous iu part accounts tot the humiliation costumes aud going up ho siille.-- .i iu twin;; two successive and dowu a floor (or half the night, nomination)rejected by tho Senate. but that isn't the question. If (oiks Verily the way ol Giover is a hard just will do that let them do it, Jiut way. their is no good tenae in letting them j niCTOKlWJBVlCk take the earth and when a thought-- 1 Thi: Uwenboro of leis fiddler and a cmwd of still more ; fol'ow the lead ot the ? thoughtless young folks drag a Maand clip--atitem from Tin: sonic social cunt iuto a daucr it is Uki'i'iiiie w and credits it to our time to call a halt. neighbor to which we would not for Such a thhg happened at the Ma-toHut tbnt done call nitouliuu here. Oyster Supper Saturday night, the .'titsf'MjBf iu the beau it gives the and thus the good namo of Masonry clipping goes out of the way to make goes forth burdened with the unenviaan ugly thrust at oue of our leading ble reputation of having conducted a minister. When di tho Metienyer dance, and that, too, in rue of it-- t cimin to be a patrou saint of christian halls aod under its ditect auspiuius. ity or good morils that it should preMasonry is the oldest human organi- tend to bold n great preacher up to zation of the earth, older even than public criticism? hy loes not tho the church aud its moral code i rc- - (awning sheet call the preachers of its cognized the eiviliml own town throughout ti tak for theireontiuued world as being next to that of Chris mid 'ilont mdnlgencf- of their danctianity itself. Ho that it will no ing ohnrih ruem'ner? Brother, betdoubt come with no snmli de;ree of tor gel the beam out m thine own eye. surprise to the members of the fraternity iu this pait of the country at lsst that daneiig i to be added to the number of recognized legitimato MaMother in sonic entertainments. Hartford sent their daughteis to the entertainment Satuicmy night trusting in the good name of Masoni y and refusing to believe the vaporing of those who boasted that they w aid dance anyhow. Hut what was the contenmtio!i of tho--e mothers when they learned their daughter- - had been enticed into the dance. Wheie enticed? Jn a ball room? N"! At a private potior dunce? o! Then, piay, wheio enticed? In a Hall dedicated to the ttiuhs of Masonry. cot. iov a. NAi.r,, Jt is quite humiliating that such a The In and About Kentucky Colie undo anywhere mistake .says: of tho Count and especi: lly 111 Jlartfonl, and bore-aft- lumn Since the nieetiug of the National inthe better part would be to SadUle-l.oist- Breeders' Association in form folks an.sioui to daur-- that they tl'ilb city last week it has developed can't be accommodated at u Masonic slutt puiuure h is been brought We arc not informentertainment. to bear on Col. loti J5. Xall to cause v.ell m levants tho position of hitu to run ed Cotii,uisioiiei of Agon this subject riculture, and he will probably make Metiopolitnn but as for the country it cau ho truth- the race The nieiubv rs of the fully said that the fraternity emphatepieaint every. part- - of the ically condemus it. ..ml it is . iid the suggestion Suu, ftr-,- t emanated from this quarter. Tin: Lcui'viHe VWof tecent date Since ti.e .eturn of the members to contaius the following editorial which the ' homes Col. Nail, who is the EdHome Journal, is reproduced heie entire that our itor of the Imhik-irenders may better understand the ha i.cehed lettcis from nearly every idiotic sentiment to emphatically ex- pail of the .'Hate uiging him to run, and, though he as vet declines to pressed iu tho two last sentences: himself, it !.- likely that lie the other "Tho Commeiciid vu'! yioM day when Kcu'uckv ever i.'ol. Nail, while an atdent Demoto what arc politically known asjState.-RightThe Evening Post replied crat, 1ms never been a polititian, but to thee hot, kept himself iu touch with the that Kcntucl v doctrines, first in J70f, uud at no nifneultmal iuteu.sts of the State uboued her turn-ltunc since liivt oil bis life. When the old position. Novv the C01umerc.1l my: State jjpuige vvah in theflower ot its " 'At no time in her hUtory did CAintance Ue was its Secretary. For Kentucky ever endono thft States Rights doetiitie which South Csiroljtm jienriytwnky yoarshe has been editor tried to make practical by uullitioa- -' of tho Farmer' Ilome Journal, and tion in Inland Recension in 18ll. ' previous to that he was a successful "Kentucky was opposed oltko to farmer in .Shelby county. He was nullification uud secession undoubthoin in ifailford, Ohio county, and edly, Under "teat temptatioun hi .side c.iulby county he also lived I ival to tho Union. tor a while iu Christian county. Hut she has been 'equally loyal Ui too Col. N.fll is Seen-Urof the Naconstitution, and the- - constitution is tion Saddle hqrwj breeders Associaol Slates Rights. thogicat The doctrino ot State Right's was not tion, being one of those most actively engaged in iU oigiui.atiou. He is surrendered at Appomattox." also Vice I'lesident of the Kentucky I'lt-sfAssociation, having been its Tin: Iluucock Cl'trion Kiyn Secretary Cm lat aim mil meeting in "The .aunt'i iu which the esteemed Iiartloid IiCi-rn- i icav tpclU the this city. word "Jailer" in its announcement colum "Jat lor" i ..ufticiont to make the bones of X. Web ter, Jv )., ol defining tame, become invertod in their a cepulchcr." And what jiray would be the consternation of tho aforesaid dry bones to hear the esteemed 'IfUncock Chrim Run And what spells cjlitinu "C'dunir"' 6 would they not further !n of have when the said oslooinod couteiii-porar- y iiisi'lti that "Jailor" is not correct? We shall not contend, however, that fhe Clarion mm; cannot spoil, but would merely state that it is our delioerate opinion that the spirit of not pre. tho great iexicogmphei d. PADUCAH BUILDING TRUST CO side at hit birth last-showpre-encwlute-waMiinsky-larkiMete-jujer Wed-nestlCounVr-.foKfi'dnic 1 er f-r Ma-onrv 'asso-eiation t tub-ctibs. Mib-cnby safe-guar1 Do you want to borrow money at low rate of interest? estate security secured. Rate per cent, per annum. Call at Commercial Hotel and see our Representative, .' 1 1 Pi.f.wn .tnrt prospciity umlcr liar-riiou- 's JcuruUjlfi 2'ereonB i Adml iu aition. Paine penury under Cleveland's, t.nd mi.i.ior if o t w ii ,hi ni.rvomncsj Lea tiaJo irark ic J crnt. 3i red Hue J'roiou'n t voii Hitlers, kin le relieved I7 Wktnj reiulttna acauiat 00 wnpper. practice the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties nmi Court of Appeals. Spec G. Davis Royal. and the howl of a lonely dog 011 a This should have appeared last lal attention given to collections, dark night There was a look of Oflice over Carson it Co. anxiety on every face as all eyes nnd week, but was received too late. IlulllirnH .llrclllii; ears turned searchingly to the west. i:oiiinnj- mul klreiiKlh. The Ohio County Holiness AssociaIt was a moment of intense exciteValuable vegetable remedies are ment. A thrill ran through every used in the preparations of Hood's tion, for the promotion of Holiness, iu Ilntt-for- d Sarsaparilla in such a peculiar manner will hold a Convention in Mount listener a ihrill seldom-fe- lt aud from a look of anxiety as if ns to retain the full medical value of Herman Church, near Beda.Ky., Febby magic every tace put on a look of every ingredient. Thus Hood's Sar- ruary 22nd. All nreiuvitcd to attend H F. Bu.VN, eager expectancy and every owner saparilla combines economy and Vice President of O. C. II. A. of a face started on a full run for the strength and is the only remedy in River. The crowd had simultaneous- which "100 doses one dollar" is true. For Sale: One house and lot for ly became aware that the sound that Be sure to get Hood's. sale or rent, two miles from Hnrtford. had created such widespread alarm Hood's Fills do not purge, pain or Apply to James W. Ford, Hartford, or was the whistle of some lost and wangripe, but acts promptly, easily ami O. L. iJovven, Cleopatra, Ky. 28 8t dering steamboat and that perhaps it efficiently. l t'rro. might forget itself and land at our caI hereby notify the public that I The inference was pacious wharf. KAMi:rit:M Farmers in this vicinity have Le have set my son, John Henry Brad-shacorrect and when the swiftest of the free, and that I will not be remadly nulling nnd hntless crowd gun their spring work. sponsible for any trades made or conLewis-poMr. Cap Colbert has gone to reached the banks of the majestic tracts entered into by him. to spend a lew days. Rough, the Lumberman was seen W. C. BnADSHAVV, Miss Florence Wright, of Fords-vill- 26 4t slowly but surely lumbering his way Maxwell, Ky., Jan. 22, 1894. is visiting Miss IJninia Keiley, up the river with his prow set full upon the big sycamore, which Capt. of this place. At Homo. Born, to the wife of Jeff Parsons, on I'M. Moore deadened out of pure love Having had an c.celleiitseason"on the 17th iust., n flue girl, for Uncle Jesse Potter. Hut the Lumg the road" with my splendid Mr, Credo Hardin has been very berman's prow never struck the sycaoutfit I have now established my gallery permanently more as was evidently its intention. sick for the last few days. at .my Mr. L. W. Truman, FordsvilleJ new house in Beaver Dam, Ky., where For as the boat came steaming up ami I am fully' equipped for doing all just as the prow was almost ready to and Miss Mittie Miller, formerly of kinds of photographic work, Cabipierce the big tree the smoke stack Reynolds Station, were married a net photo's a specialty. Instantanestruck the bridge. The engineer put Owensboro the 14th. ous photographs of children. Call Mr. Robert Hayues, of this place, and see my work. Very truly. 011 all his steam and tried to force the A, D. Taylor. Lumberman through, smoke stack or aud Miss Lou Deaue, of Breck'enridge no smoke stack, .but this failing the county, were quietly married at the latter was taken down and thrown home of the bride's parents on Febru- WHEN YOU GO TO OWENSBORO overboard, but after running (or some ary the 15th. They were said to CALL ON- time thepilot house struck the bridge have been the handsomest couple that causing another delay. The pilot ever passed over the O. F- - & G. R. R. house was about being torii off by the The groom is a prosperous farmer irate engineer when the pilot and the and from every appearance the future THE FJJSTOUnAT'HEB, mud clerk who were playing cincque holds nothing in store for them but For the finest and Most Artistic Work, 011 the inside positively refused to be peace, prosperity and happiness, disturbed and slowly and sorrowful Some of the boys got on a spree any size or style. Fredericd St, , idwtm ly the Lumberman drifted down aud last Saturday night, which they will 6m37 remember as long ns hey live. It is Inland 4th. to the other side where his cargo X7ILiL? overloaded. Through all this time the'erowd on the batik was increasing and everybody was shouting and U. C. Barnelt is on the matrimoniThe al market iu earnest now and his as- cheering the plucky engineer. pirations in that Hue run high. He merchant was there, the liveryman recently approached a confidential was there, the M. I), was there, the friend and inquired of him whether or banker was there, and the loafer nnd not Kntc Field is n single woman, Haytfwas there, and last but not least and being assured she is, he asked a by many pounds the candidate was letter of introduction, which the con- thctc the candidate mfor "Kcroncr." mi fidential friend, of course, granted. A Illjch OoinjilliiK'nl. Mr. L. M. Martin proposed the foSo that the friends of this tall reprellowing joint resolution in the General sentative from Kiuderhook may not be surprised to learn that he has Assembly Monday: Whereas, The 2 ad day of February made himself the helpmeet of Kate is a legal holiday, so constituted by Field and her Washington too. There is nothing like striking high 110 mat- law in commemoration of the birth of Washington, the great Father of his ter where you hit Country; nnd whereas, it is proper Quite a large percentage of the that the General Assembly should church members of Hartford ore the give due recognition to the occasion; most remarkable set it is the usual therefore, He it resolved hy the General Aslot of humanity to meet with. It is very true that each of Hartford's three sembly ol the Commonwealth of churches has good members and de- Kentucky: 1. That at the hour of 12 vout but those of whom I speak more o'clock m., on the 22d day of Februespecially at this time are what might ary, 1894, both houses of the General be termed church Assembly slnll adjourn. 2. That Senator W. H. Hayward be, members. They gamble and drink liquor and swear through the week and is hereby, invited to deliver nit and on Sunday go to Church and address suit ible to the occasion, in with an air rather of scornful the Hall of the House of Representahum- tives, immediately after adjournment, condescension of than ble repentance. They revel and dance ns provided in section 1. 3. That a copy of this resolution two nights iu the week aud then present themselves asproperparticipants be transmitted to Senator Hayward. Rules suspended, and resolution at the Lord's table on Sunday. They conduct themselves in a way that adopted. - m would break the heart and spirit of Nolle? Cotorril Itciiiiulvutiw, pastors with less than iron nerve, and Last week's RiU'Uiimcan contained yet if one of the pastors condemn their a card from I. A. Gary advising the ways he is roundly abused. So far as colored voters of the county to sup-pjJudge John V. Moiton, for Counthis life is concerned they differ not from the world save that they render ty Judge, against Dan F. Tracy. He, formal obedience to the public wo- Mr. Gary, is against Mr. Tracy for rshipwhen they are there but they a personal reason, as he has a perfect leave out the obedience to the require- righttobe.He.Mr.Gary, says that Morwhich ments of ,1 christian life. Iu other ton isbroad and words if the town is to be judged by all who know the Judge will admit. recent occurrences of the down grade He also says the Judge's political polvariety and the continued refusal of a icy is above personal differences. I large number of clinch members to say to all my colored friends that this conform in their life to their solemn last statement is not true, as the Poll professions and to the regulations of Books of 1SS3 show I have personthe church, then Hartford can be ally examined the Poll Books of the truthfully saul to be going to the dev- Cromwell and Hartford Precincts and il on a greased incline. know that John P. Morton voted for The causes which have lead to the Morrow and Render Republican canstate of case as indicated above didates for Governor and Representaare various. One very potent cause tive, but did not vote for Asbtiry, the is the leniency of the churches in negro candidate, though he was the discipline. They have toler- Republican nominee, the same as the Whereas Mr. ated members of very questionable other two gentlemen. lives and practices so long that the Tracy voted the stiaight Republican members who are trying to live up to ticket regardless of race or color. And their duties in other respect have not I think that this should be reason the moral courage to demand that the enough for any colored man who has Inoffenders be brought to terms. any race pride to support Mr. Tracy dulgence is always at the expense of against Judge Morton Think over will power. After the plan suggestthese facts friends and do as you think ed by Matthew has been followed in best for the colorcil man to do. good faith aud the offender still perRespectfully, sistently refuses to"hear the church," S. M. Taylor. then he should be turned out so quickDopii'lnii'iil 'iiiiiiiiiuiilrr. ly that he would wonder "wheie he Headquarters J. Wess Gosncll Post,! was at." No. 8. Department ot Kentucky ! Another trouble is that doubtless I.eitchfieid, Ky., February 7, 1891. J Dear Comrades: We would recomthere are many church members who unconverted and the remedy in mend to you for Department Comare There mander, comrade Dan O' Riley, of this their cise is to get religion. are many who are so thoughtless as Post and at present Senior Commandto believe that they must play cards, er of the Department of Kentucky. dance, etc., iu order to be rccoguue.l He is one of theoldestand mostfaith-- 1 in the best society. A little earnest ful G. A. R. men iu the State and if There are elected his influence aud the influence praying will cure this. maybe a few persons who have got of his many friends throughout the into the church who are rather dev- Slate will be a potent factor in securing ils to the manor born than anything the National Hucampment at Louiselse and the sooner they arc outside ville, as he never misses a State or so much the better for the cause. One National Kncampment and is well and of the most potent causes of the de- favorably known to very many G. A. praved state of religious devotion in R. men all over the State. We urge our delegates to use all honorable the town is lack of paternal authority. There arc many little folks who means to secure his election. Respectfully, are church members and have begun HAuvr.Y Jackson, "to go the gaits," so to speak, who I T. J. Alvi:kso.v, would be done incalculable good by R. C. ILvzr.i.ii Com. hearing and especially in feeling a coJ P. S. liKUN'KK, pious application of the patter of the A Cnril. parental shingle. Magan.Ky., February 13, '94. To the Republicans of Ohio CounIt was s o'clock. The streets were ty: I have the mumps and will not thronged as they usually are with busy citizens. Hark! A shrill sound be able to make any further canvas filled the wintry evening air. All for the Republican nomination for Assessor and I take this method ot stopped and listened listened intentAgain the sound came reverbrat-in- g addressing those of you whom I have ly. through the busy city. It was a not seen, and asking your support. Respectfully, cross between scream of a wildcat rt I "1 CSKOSSiSiOF. ' nl.i.i.MA ' ' . .n,llll ..A. ...!- a..... IIW kit lllllll llll'll, ..1n lUHI" be ornaments to society. hould so de grade themselves so far as to' forget the teachings that evi ry kii.d and fou county Jiumi:. the Wit AUK AUTHOKIZItM TO ANNOUNCH good mother tries to iitsftl minds of her children. John P. MouTon Mr. Hen Lee Keiley wei.ttu Ovvciis-bor- o As a candidate for to the" the office of County Judge ol Ohio Mr. Sherman Hnrdumu mid family roitutv, subject to the action ol the Republican patty. are moving to Hancock co'.v.'v Miss N'ola Milier, of O e shoto, Wi: Aiti:AUTiionui:ii to anxousci: is visiting friends and ui.ilhcs at j Dan F". Tit am y Reynolds. As a candidate for County Judge of The news of .1 horri'e poisoning Ohio county, subject to the action ing affair in the u;jpe- - 'Mtt of this of the Republican party. county, tteir the II ie'": "vt-ttHue, rciched here l'ri lav The facts Wi: Altt: AUTIIOIIIZI'.DTO announci: J. A. I'ABK as utwrlv as we could leiru vvvie tint on Thursday nvrtiiog the family of As a candidate for the officeofCounty Ohio county, subject to the Judge Mr. Steve I.auhaoi thought they action of of the Republican patty. a woman cough iu the kitclu-it- , heard bat paid 110 attention to it at the time, Wi: aiu: autiioki.ku to announci: as a young lady by the name of E. T. Williams B.iructt was staying with them. Mis. As n candidate (or County Judge of Ohio county, subject to the action of L'niham noticed notliiui; 1r111.su il until she nnd the young lady begun to the Democratic party. drink the coffee, which ha I been poured out for them, when they both roit JAII.OII. noticed that the coffee h id a peculiar WlS AIU5 AUTltOIUZHD TO ANNOUNCE taste, aud icfitscd to drink any more. J, 15. ASIIIIY Before long they weie sieved with as n cnnoionie ur imu (unit: 01 junui violent pains iu the stomach and ab of Ohio county, subject to the action domen. Dr. Huff was immediately I of the Republican party ami the will summoned nnd pionouuced them iu a of the people. critical condition from the affectof fVK AUK AUTItOUI.i:i) TO ANNOUNCI. some powetful poison. Their nyT John W. Black were at first despairedof, but it is now As a candidate for the office of Jailor thought that they will recover. There of Ohio county, subject to the action is strong suspicion as to whom the of the Republican party. real perpetrator of this diabolical Wli AKK AUTIIOKlZliD TO ANNOUNCI deed is, but no charges have been Jo. B. S.VNDUIU'Ull made public against any one jet. Mr. I As a candidate for the office of Jailor Lnnham and his wile have not been . cf Ohio county, subject to the action on good terms since he went away UI IIIW lWllllJIIV.tltt from here with a lewd woman some Wr. aih: AUTitoiti.i:D to announci: years since, but they have been living II. D. Smith under the same roof since his return. for Jailor of Ohio counAs Mrs Lanhani says she has more than ty, a candidatethe action of the Resubject to once discovered poison about the publican party. house during the last two years. Garl Lanhani, her son, had her removed Wr. aiu: AUTiioitizi:i) ic announci: Oi:o W. Tu.i.KOiti) to his home yesterday and says lie inAs a candidate for the office of Jailor tends to protect and care lor her iu l Ohio county, subject to the action the future. From ail accounts arrests of the Republican party. will be made soon, and the skeleton that has bem hid from the We arc authotued to announce public so long will doubtless reveal W. H. Lyons the demon unmasked to the world, As a candidate for the office of Jailer and then the laws of justice can deal of Ohio county, subject to the action fairly with the would be inurdiicr. of the Republican party. OkltlllW .1t-.f- IW Announcements Wit '.o auu Auriioitiznii to announcis DkiI L. Millkk roil Assi:.s.soit, As a candidate for Assessor of Ohio county, subject to the action of the Democratic patty. Wit Altlt AUTIIOKlZliD TO ANNOUNCE John M. LitAcn As a candidate for Assessor of Ohio county, subject to the action of the Democratic patty. WtiAiti: Ainiioiiizi:i to an.noilncb N. O. Dan 1:1. As a candidate for the office ol Asses1 1 I sor of Ohio county, subject to the tion of the Republican party. Wit AUK ac- sor of Ohio county, subjecs to the tion of the Republican party. I'llll IdV.V IV ATioitM:v, AUTIIOKI.ltll To ANNOUNCH G. Davis Royal As a candidate for the office of Assesac- Wi? AUU AUT1I0R1Z15I) TO ANNOUNCI! M. L. Hr.AviuN As a candidate for County Attorney of Ohio county, subject to the action of the Republican party. Wi: aiu: AUTiioiti.i:n to announci: IC. I Ni:vl ' Attorney of Ohio county, subject to the action ol the Republican party. Wi: aiu: Atrriioiu.i:i to announci: l-L. Fixix As n candidate for County Attorney of Ohio county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. As a candidate for County flll. nut si MJisruiTt:. aiu: authorizkd to announci: J. C. ClIAMIIHRLIAN As a candidate for Magistrate in the Wi: Hartford Magisterial District, subject to the action of the Republican patty. We arc authorized to announce S. T. Sti:ykns Of Cromwell, as n candidate for the office of Magistrate iu the Cromwell Magisterial District, subject to the action of the Republican party. Wr are authorized to announce Jont B. Wilson Of Ptcnti.s, as a candidate for the oflice of Magistrate iu the Cromwell Mngistc1i.1l District, subject to the action of the Republican paity. We are authorized to announce I). J RllOADS Of Heaver Dam, an a candidate for the office of Magistrate iu the Rosine Country Jay. "Wi: aki: authorized to announci: Magisterial Dis.ttict, suLjcct to the Republican party. J. M, Caskhikk As a candidate for the office of Jailor Wcarc authotized to announce of Ohio county, subject to the action A. S. Aui.L Aftor Approach of Doath, Now Ufa of the Democratic patty. Of Sulphur Springs, ns a candidate by Taking Hood's. for Magistrate in the Hartford MagWe arc authorized to announce isterial District, subject to the action II. P. Watts of the Republican parly. As a cindidatc for the office of Jailer of Ohio countv, subject to the action We are authorized to announce of the Democratic party. C. L Woodward Ol Cen let town, ns a candidate for the 111 roil I!m:ii. office of Magistrate the Rosinc We are authorized to announce Magisterial District, subject to the action of the Republican patty. L. W. Hunt As a candidate for Coroner of Ohio We arc authorized to announce county, subject to the action of the B, F. McCorviick Republican party i ' i!e for t'o office Of Beda. as .1 of Magistrate in the Hattford Magis. We ate authorized to announce terial District, subject to the action G C. WiiSTJiiii'ir.LD of the Democratic patty. As a candidate for Coroner of fhio of county, subject to the action ol the roit tmi.MV i.i:iiii. Sir. Wm. F.. GrtcnholtM Republican party. Wi: aki; authorizkd to announci; llaltlmore. .Mil. John W. Ticiiknok "Tor four years I wa$ In Intense JtifTcrln;-wit- h KOIt o.nstaiii.i: for County Court As a candidate an abiccM on my thigh. It dlicharccd We arc authorized to announce Clerk, subject to the action of the Re(ucly and scleral ttmvs C. K. Ki'.ni:i:k publican party. Plocosof Dono Camo Out. Of Centcrtown, ns a candidate for We arc authorized to announce Last l'cbruary I had to take my Led for fonr Constable iu the Rosilie Magisterial and then It was I began to tako Hood's D. M. IIockkk Bars iparllti. I soon got on my feet, but was District, subject to the action of the As a candidate for County Clerk of very weak and went to the Maryland University Republican party. Ohio county, subject to the action of hospital, w hero they said my trouble w as chronla We are authorized to announce the Republican party blood poisoning and ga 01110 llttlo hoje. I returned home ami continued taking Hood's, t R. B. Martin roit sii 1:111 it. hao usi'd six bottles and tho abscess Of Cromwell, as a candidate for Con- Wk aki: AUTiioitii:i to disappeared, and I hao been In announck stable in the Cromwell Magisterial Flno Hoalth Cvor Slnco. J. I'. SlKVKNrt District, subject to the action of the I know If tt had not been for Hood's Sarsapv Republican party. As a candidate for Sheriff of Ohio rllla I should bo Iu my grac. I hao gained I county, subject to the action of the weight fromllTajcar ago to 170 iuuJs Wi: akk autiioi:izi:d to announci: Democratic party. Blood Poison c-ii'- VMxmJSM ni-ek- h-- Hood's58 I prilso Hood's Cur.KNllot.TZ, Simparllh 1812 Cures for It all." Wm. K. Hauoier.St., llaltlmore, Mil. Hood's PIII3 euro lher Ills, crmtlpatlon, biliousness, Jaundice, sick headache, IndlgcsUon, W. P. We are authorized to announce Of Centcrtown, as a candidate for C. P. Kr.owN Constable iu the Rosinc Magisterial Of Fordsvillc, as a candidate for SherDistrict, subject to the action of the iff of Ohio county, subject to the action of the Republican party. Republican party. W. H BARBIES v mm HT Lit ATTENTION XI -- FARMS! - Hartford, Ky. In profeteion in all y Otul w,n.t to Buy the A - SULKEY OR A DISK FLOW, 0xrfci-r,-tor - HARROW Or if YOu.,xiytliiii.s tifcLo or Want st in AT- - N-- BOTTOM -- PRICES rt FOR CASH e, Don't fall totouytnem of . J. D. WILLIAMS, Beaver Blacksmith and Wood-workeJDcnaa.. KLy. r, photo-graphin- G&ncral L Surprise Washing Machine, Steel Single Trees and Hoes. $; fV C.Theo.Cain, ( .7 THE REPUBLICAN waiS tV .1 . " j Dr. Alexander Is in Frankfort. ' Mrs. Si Taylor, of Paradise, is very low with spiunl meningitis. nnd Sherinj. P. Stevens returned from I.onisville Sunday. Mr. Henry i - money: vrh;s ' The family ol Judge K. R. Wedding moved into the Midkiff property on Walnut Street jcstpiday. gpis s5oeK0 0 Serpentine braid, newest spring dress trimmings, in all shades, at Fair llros. & Co's. Mrs. 1$. I,. Field, visiting the family of of I'arHnjrtoii. , her brother-in-law- i BY THE CARGO! Mr. Henry Field. aS"11' MONEY A, MAKES " Wc all need just now. We have the goods, and that's what om to you There's no ohject in us ftQflK" Eor advance in Prices when wc can see there is no prospect of a rise. They must h vX" take your pick of the Bargains in Sight at FAIR. BROS. & CO PUOPRIETORS OF HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION. HM. FlUDAV, 'IMKUAKY 23. 1894. Hear Ralph Bingham. Hall wants a few small fat hogs. New furniture at Carson & Co's. Hall keeps all kinds of fresh meat. F.ggs, butter and bread at Williams. ' If you need tobacco cotton, see Car- son & Co. New goods arrive daily at Stevens & Collins. Stevens & Collins' is the cheapest place in town. See Stevens & Collins' fruits, can dies, nuts, etc, Ste-ven- Nobby new shirts, at Fair Bros. & Co's. Best line of trunks nt Fair Bros. & Co's. For nice lre.sh groceries, go to Tracy & Son. Fair Bios. & Co. want your eggs and feathers. Don't fail to visit Henry Nail while in town Saturday. Henry Nail handles the best!$3 per barrel flour in town. New white goods, dimities, etc., at Fair Bros. & Co's. Best line ol clothing in Hartford, at Fair Bros. & Co's. J s 100 pieces of new embroidery at Fresh cabbage just received at Fair Bros. & Co's. & Collins. 50 dozen new handkerchiefs at Circuit Clerk G. B. Likens went to Fair Bros. & Co's. Owensboro this morning. Heretofore the Clerk Ins bsen allowed nothing for his services in felonly cases, but the Clerk here has received a copy of the bill passed by the recent Legislature, in which Mr. J. II. Fry, Louisville, representClerks arc nllowed $5 in each felony ing the American Book Compiuy, has case, to be paid by the State. This been in town this week preparing the is a good bill and will become a law the way for several agents to canvass as soon as approved by the Goverthe county for School Supplies. nor. Annie L. Beau and C. D. Bean There will be a grand Concert givfiled petitions asking that the former en by the Colored M. 15. Church at the Court House, Saturday evening be made feme sole. C. L. McDaniel, Administrator, the 24th. Come one, come all. Adsues Pierce Bell for $218. mission, children, 10 cents; adults, A. O'. Berry man el nl, sues S. C, 15 cents. Taylor and sureties for $449,28. The next regular meeting at the A. O. neny'mafi'nnd wife sue S. C. Baptist Church occurring the Second Taylor for settlement and division of Saturday and Sunday in March will land. be protracted, and on Monday A. O. Berryman and wife sue S. C. Rev. Fred D. Hale, of Owens-borTaylor for $5,700. will arrive to assist in a revival I'lirmcrH ol two weeks duration. You can get your Chilled plow Mr. J. Will Cooper and others were points .sharpened at the Hartcrossing Green River at Borahs Fer- ford water Mills at ten cents each. ry Tuesday with a ferry boat of catItulpli lllnuliiiiii AkiiIii. tle and when near the middle of the The great boy orator, who was here stream the boat sank, leaving men three years ago, will appear nt the and cattle to save themsches by College Hall again on Monday night swimming ashore, which they did next, "the 26th. He is a most enterwith" great difficult. taining Speaker and you cannotalTord It has been reported in some parts to miss hearing him. The Chicago of the county that Mr. John W. Tick-enoDaily Times, a leading paper of Chiof Centertown, is off the track cago, Illinois, says of him: for the nomination for County Court "lie is without doubt the wonder Clerk, but Mr. Tichenor requests us of the age, and may be termed the to announce that he is still a candi- intellectual phenomenon of the 19th date and desires his friends to come century." and help him secure out In ilnrtlnrri. the nomination. Blacksmith, Wood and Paint shop Last week was truly one of social for rent. Apply to. J. W. Ford. enjoyment in Hartford. Wednesday Dull IllHlllac, night was the Masquerade Ball. FriL. M. Shelton, the man who was day night the regular meeting of the tried here last week for lunacy was Progressive Euchre Club and Satur- sent back as the Institution was full. day night the Oyster Supper at Mas- Arrangements were however made onic Hall. The latter, notwithstand- and Governor Brown ordered him ing the very inclement weather, was sent to Anchorage. Yesterday a grand success. The Masonic ladies morning about 2 o'clock Messrs. G. gathered at the Hall at 1 p. in., Sat- W. Bunger and Win. Lyons went to urday and by time for the arrival of the Jail to get Shelton preparatory to the guests had tastily arranged every- starting to Beaver Dam, where they thing for the occasion. Quite a large meant to taketheearly morning train. number attended and everybody had Shelton objected to going but was a good time. Messrs. Marvin Bean,' finally helped down the bteps and to Randall Collins, I.ee Stevens and Jes- the surry standing in the street. se Bean made music for the occasion. As the .two gentlemen mentioned The young people made merry on the and Will Taylor, "the driver, were lower floor, but finally mamd the helping the poor unfortunate into the otherwise perfect evening by running wagon he was seized with violent the thing into adance, in which nearly trembling and had scracely settled on all present took part. the seat when he died. He had been examined last week by physicians I or the Jitxt Ten lin.ix. Bran and feed-stuwill be deliver- whose opinion it was that he could ed by the single sack at 75c per hund- not live but a short time nt most, his 1 red, cash with order. per hund- lungs being almost totally gone. red if charged for a few days, at J. W. The remains were taken to Bells Run, where they were interred Ford & Co's. Casebier .& Burton want to furnish you good conveyances and saddle-horseCome everybody and sec them. s. o, to-da- Your horse always gets full fee Is and gets the bpst of attention at Casebier & Burton's Circuit Court and it is hoped by those interested that many of them will be disposed of. Below we give a list of the more important ones in which the defendants are befon the court: Kol-l- a Sanders, three cases, charged with "Malicious wounding with intent to kill," S. E. Mostly, charged with '"Forgery;" Frank Ficldcn, and others "Kukluxingi" Wash Duncan, "Perjury;" II. A. Whiltakcr, "Incest;" William Foreman, Jr., Thomas Fore mm John Billings, man, willhiii charged with "Grand Larceny:" Heir Adams, "Malicious wounding nnd shooting another;" J. C. Woodward, "Malicious wounding;" James Hines, "Rape;" John Willis, "House break-ing- " and George Oatcs, "Grand lar- EELIGIOUS. IIciiimiiI llir title it-- . I Jut Iici-fi- l Annul; iiikI MiiiiIii.v mhiMils OiiikIms. 'Hfet, vii. rx EXPELT.nD overy poison and inipunty of your blood, by Dr. rlorco's uoldcn tliero'1 Tot-- Q XJA It' ticrl r OF TIIK 11 icroitT LAIciIIcnl bMii and a .yMcr, las, Bolls, Carlmnelcs, En'tii-ani Beaver Dnm DEPOSIT ceny." Pate filled his regular appointment at the Methodist Church Sunday morning nt 11 o'clock and after leading from the Church Rules the duties of members, he delivered a touching sermon from John 6Xy, "will ye also go nway?" The discourse was one full of tender pathos and gentle reminders to the wandering chiistian. After the serjiiou the Communion Servlcejwas held. Rev. Pale preached to the children nt 3 o'clock and filled his regular Sunday night appointment, when he also delivered another able sermon. The Baptist Sunday School has a larger enrollment than at any previous time within the recent years. Last Sunday's report shows an enrollment of III. The long delayed and much-talkeof revival at the Baptist Church will, it is understood, be carried ou time in March or April. The people independent of church lines are anxious to have Dr. Boyctt again. The large attendance ol Hartford College gives renewed interest and impetus to the Sunday Schools of the town. Nearly nil the boarding students have attached themselves to one or mother of the three live Schools. This forms a great advantage for Hartford with those seeking a good school with excellent surroundings. The Ohio County Holiness Association met at Mt. Ileruion yesterday and will continue its session over and including Sunday. Much interest centers in these meetings and great results are expected. A revival of great interest has been in progress for some time at New Oakland Schoolhouse near Paradise. The meeting is conducted by Revs. E. D. Maddox and L- - W. Tichenor, two rising young Baptist ministers. Owing to the Holiness Meeting the appointment of Rev. J. R. McAfee at Alexander Sunday morning is withdrawn. Rev. W. S. Winkler has just closed a very interesting revival at Hickory C. P. Church, a few miles above town. There were about twenty-fiv- e conversions, several addition? the Church nnd the Chinch greatly revived. There will be preaching at the Methodist Church Sunday morning by the Rev. R. A. Crow. Everybody invited to be present on that occasion. Rev. 15. 15. d Salt rheum, -- OfmuN, lumnra and Swelling, nnd ninilood, Skin mid Scalp DIswiMfl, from n common lilotch or eruption to tlio worst scrofula tlieso nro perfectly nnd iennnnently cured by It. In tmlldlnj' up needed Ilei-l- i nnd strength of pnlo, puny, scrofulous children, nothing con Unllko thn ordinary sprlnR medicines or ovcry " works equally nii iwiini ma, mo Jcll nt nil seasons. All tho year round, nnd in nil crises, It H mmmntccd, at no other Mood mcdlclno Is. If Itover falMto benrlltor cure, you liavo your money line!;. Its not only tho best blood purilhr, lint It's tho client). est. You iny only for tho an Buvof iel..di!fl deilcrs. u'wi; ,...,.. .i something do t!mt. fva them better will robol)ly bo uiwd iw " just ns pood." rcr-np-s it is, for Man ; but It can't bo, for you. 811 ... At tho Closo of Businoss on 23cl day ol Decern- bor, 1893. KESOUKCES. Loans and Discounts, less loans to Directors . . S54.r27.50 Loanh to Dnectors (officers not included . 600.00 Overdrafts, secuitd . . .' 1,412.00 Overdralts, unsecured . . 568.48 Due from National Banks 15.759-Due from State banks nnd Bankers 108.00 Banking house and lot . . 3,000.00 Specie 1.398.97 Currency 5,017.00 Other items carried ascash 50.00 Furniture and Fixtures . . 1,500.00 Taxes paid 134.05 Current expenses 1,768.56 ju QUARTERLY REPORT -- 01' XHIJ- - ... BAWK-HARTFOR 0 At tho closo of Business ou tho 23d day of Decom bor, 1893. RKSOURCKS. .... $85,443.67 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in, in cash$25, 000. 00 Surplus lund 5,250.00 Undivided profits . . . . 6,312.33 Due Depositors 48,830.36 am ul'Olilo t'oiiufy. Gentlemen: We desire to call your attention to our "Complete School Charts," Kentucky Edition, and our Elementary Reading and Writing Charts, published by the American Book Company.Tlease examine these goods before purchasing your school supplies. Our agent will call on you soon with samples of the goods and nt the same time show you letters of recommendations from your State and County Superintendents, togeTfV er with letters of recommendation from leading educators of your State. T. L. Cox, Gen. Agt. Columbia Building, Louisville, Ky. Prof. W. N. Burch, Local Agent. TiiMlt'i-- To llir John II. Barnes, Cashier of Beaver Dam Deposit Bank, a bank located and doing busines in the town of Beaver Dam, in Said county.being duly sworn, says that the foregoing tt is in all respects a true statement of the condition of the said bank af the close ot .business on the 23d day of December, 1893, to the best of his knowledge and belicf;and further says that the business of said bank has been transacted at the location named, and not elsewhere; nnd that the f93.7oi.77 above report is made in compliance with an official notice received from LIAIIILITIUS. the Secietary of State, designating " Cap'l stock paid in, in cash $30,000.00 the 23d day of December, 1893, as the Undivided profits . 7,418.97 day on which such report bhall be Deposits subjectocheck(on made. which in. is not paid . 56,069.79 Subscribed and sworn to before me Due National Ranks . . . 81.63 by John II. Barnes, the 30II1 day of Due State banks and ban'is 131.38 December, 1893. Siikmiy Tayior, Dep. County Court Clerk. 93.701.77 I. P. Barnard, President. Stati: ok Kicxtccky, ) R. P. IIocki'r, Director. County 01' Ohio, j " Jno. II. Barnes, Sam K. Cox, President of Bank of Hartford, Ky., a Bank Lcated and doing business in the town of Hartford, in said county being duly sworn says that the foregoing Report is in all respects a true statement of the condition of the said Bank at the close of business on the 23d clay of December, 1893, to the best of his knowledge and belief; and further says that the business of said Bank has been We transacted at the location named, and not elsewhere; and that the above reVell port is made in compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary of State designating the 23d day of December, 1S93, as the day on which such report shall be made. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve cleansSubscribed and sworn to before me by Sam K. Cox the 28th day of De- es, purifies and heals. It was made cember, 1S93. G.B.LiKKNS.C.O.C.C. for that purpose. Use it for bums, Sam K. Cox, President, cuts, bruises, chapped hands, sores J. J. McIIi'nuy, Director, of all descriptions and if you have " John C. Thomas, piles use it for them: L. B. Bean. " J. re-po- Loans and discounts, less loans to Directors . . $68,304.80 Loans to Directors (officers not include! 106.00 Loans to Officers 400.00 Overdrafts, secured . . 1,937.35 Overdrafts, unsecured . . 47.o6 Due from Jat. Hanks . . 5,966.74! Due lrom St'c U'lcsCt H'k'rs 483.28 Ranking house and lot . . 3000.00 Stocks and llouds . . . . 1,341.67 Specie 2,718.78 Currency 2,260.00 Kxchanges for Clearings . 2.145.59 Other items carried as cash 1,367.49 Furniture and Fixtures . . 1,000.00 Taxes paid 145.97 Current expenses . . . . 1,088.50 Other assets, debts in suit 698.54 . DueSftebanks&Sfteb'k'rs , 50.98 ) $85,443.67 Statu op Kentucky, County op Ohio, j ss ... All parties needing horse or jack bills should brirg or send them to The Republican office. are prepared to do. good work. Com to Hartford' --TO SKU THE- - l'rulN( .gSgjggapaMfca-tes- . Meclliisr. Cabbage sweet and Irish potatoes at W. H. Williams.' Don't fail to visit Carson & Co. while in town Saturday. C. R. Martin wants to sell For sale: A milch cow. Williams & B 1:1.1.. Fine line ol silks in plain, Tafletta, and Moire, at Fair llros. Bios. & Co's. John Billing, in jail here, charged with breaking into Fitzhugh Store at Hines Mill, was trieJ Ren-frow- Ailjuilifrri Iimiiiic 's S- - y Nice line of window shades, screens, double and single drapery, at Fair new clock. Cheap lor cash. Goto II.. C. Pace for anything you Bros. & Co's. Call on Tracy & Son for fresh figs, may need in the tonsorial line. currants, bananas, oranges, apples, Call and sec stock if you want a raisins, prunes and pickles. bargain in flour at Henry Nail's. Indies, if you will call on Tracy & W. H. Williams has anything in Son they will give you a sample of the staple and fancy grocery line. Nine o'clock Washing Tea. Rev. J. A. Bennett, Bcda, made our Prof. J. D. Colentan, of the Frankoffice a pleasant call yesterday. fort City Schools, is visiting his parS. Coleman. Hall keeps th e wonderful Japanese ents, Dr. and and Mrs. J. of patent medicines. Oil and all kinds Have you seen the new spring goods nt Fair Bros. & fVs? If Bennett, the oldest man dress Mr. Jo. Jeff not go at once they are beauties and in the county, is very ill at his home cheap. ou No Creek. Come to Carson & Co. for dry Mrs. F. L. Felix and son, Douglas, goods, notions, clothing, furniture, reception at attended the Felix-Bear- d groceries, and in fact everything'kept Olaton yesterday evening. s general store. in a Tickets for the Ralph Bingham enFarmers, the plowing season is tertainment are on sale at Williams near at hand and you will please re& Bell's. Admission, 25 cents. Re- member that Tracy & Son have reserved seats, 35 cents. pairs for the Oliver Chilled Plow. Mr. I. T. Sanderfur, of Owensboro, Marriage license: Geo. W. Wilson on Monday, Mnn.li 5t-- . will offer at to Miss Florence Jamison, J. N. Jefauction here 20 head of good horses fries to Miss Bettie Boiarth, V. N. All broke to Hincs to Miss Jonie Kitchens. and mares, homebred. work. Don't fail to get our prices on toPir-tlMessrs. K N. Jamison, F. W. bacco cotton, We bought it low and A. L, Westerfield, W. P. Render, it goes the same way. The place to B. Dodson, J. B. Southard, and A. bny it is at Fair Bros. & Co,s, J. S. Worsley, of the Industralist, and The Primary Department of the others called to see us yesterday. College in charge of Miss Katie Remember the old reliable Jeweler, Coombes observed appropriate exerC. R. Martin, is still at A. D. White's cises in honorof Washington's Birthready to do the best and cheapest day. Also watch repairing of all kinds. Mrs. M. J. Harper wijl open a subyou anything in the jewelry will sell scription school at Echols Monday line at lowest cash price. Mrs. four months. and continue Monday night Lincoln Smith, of Harper is one of Ohio county's best the Fordsvillc neighborhood, raised teachers and we predict a sifecessfu a row at Deanefield with a miner and school. as a result he was carried away almost Mr. V. N. Hines and Miss Jonia beaten to death. Smith has been in Kitchens, Rochester, were married at such scrapes. quite a number of the bride's home Wednesday. They Mr. W. P. Render, Jr., is announced are popular young people and enter this week as a candidate for Consta- upon life with bright prospects. ble in the Rosine Magisterial District, Messrs. E. P. Taylor and E. P. subject to the action of the Republican Render is a well to do Cooper, of the Cliffton neighborhood, party. Mr. young farmer, is admirably well qual- have purchased the John Ragland ified to discharge the duties of the farm near Olaton, and will move to office and will make a strong race. it at once. They are energetic young His friends are enthusiastic in his be- men, and Tin Rbpudlican wishes half and are sanguine of his success. them much success. first-clase, you a for lunacy here last Saturday, adjudged a lunatic, and ordered sent to the Hopkinsville Asylum, but there being no room in the institution he was taken to his home in Henderson. I.oiiglFllow i:iilerliiluiiii-l- . The O. L. C's will entertain the public ,nt College Hall next Tuesday evening, Feb. 27. The occasion is in commemoration of the Anniversary of the birth of Henry W. Longfellow, one of America's greatest poets. The young ladies comprising this society arc enthusiastic in their work and arc undergoing a system of mental training that will be of incalculable beneThey are fit to them in active life. the flowers of the town and their friends may expect to be highly entertained. The following is the programme: Lyda The Morning of his Life Morton. Consecration of Polaskini Banner Mary Wedding. Music. Flowers from his Gardens of Song Lena Carson. Evangeline Mattie ilennctt. Music. "The Old Wooden House by the Edge of the Sea" Edna Griffin. The Old Clock on the Stairs Mary Smith. Music. The Influence of Poetry Susie Bowman. The Famine Lula Miller. Music. Song of Hiawatha Annie Fogle. "The Day is Done" Bertia Morton. The Evening of His Life Fannie Render. fr'rllx-Ucim- l, Dr. C. W. Felix, ol Olaton, and Miss Clara E. Beard, of Chrisney, Ind., were married Tuesday morning They arat the home of the bride. rived at Olaton yesterday evening, where a rece'ption was tendeted them at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. T, Felix. Dr. Felix is a rising young physician of the county, and is deservedly popular, while the bride is a beautiful and accomplished young woman. Tim Rwuiiucan, together with their many friends, extends congratulations, Rev. Casebier filled his regular appointment here Saturday and Sunday. A large crowd was out both morning and at night. Uncle Andrew Austin, Mrs. Adam Nave, and Mrs. Lizie Myers are on the sick list. Misses. Bessie Nave and Attye Austin nnd Mr. Albert London went horseback riding Sunday evening. Mr. C. P. Austin filled his regular nppoiitmcnt at Hartford Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday night. Wc understand that only a small audience was present. Mr. Oscar McKcnney, who has been engaged the in tobacco business with Mr. J. II. Nave, made an assignment last week, Mr. Levy Whittaker assignee. Mr. Perry Brunton has put chased a very handsome organ. Mr. Will Rhoads and wife, Greenville, passed through town Tuesday, enroute for their country home. Mr. W. II. Moore atid wife were in town Tuesday. The side walks on Main Street are necessary repairs this undergoing week. . Mr. George Hays, of Cecelia, is the guest of the family of Mr. B. E. Gray this week. The remains of Mrs. John Waddle were interred in the Beaver Dam Cemetery Tuesday morning in the presence of a large concourse of friends, The relatives and acquaintances. deepest sympathy of our community is extended to the bereaved ones. siiool Non;s. Mr. Lonnie Stewart made us a pleasant call Friday. Miss Lola Uisingcr visited at Taylor Mines Saturday and Sunday. Messrs. Randolph Wedding, Levy Whittaker, Alvin Johnson and James Duff, visited their parents Saturday and Sunday. Rev. Casebier conducted Exercises Monday morning. Mrs. R. P. Hocker was n guest Monday morning. Miss Nannie Raley is again in school after an absence of a few days on the account of illness and the death of a relative. Mr. George Hays, of Cecelia, was present at opening Exercises Wednesday morning. 'Attvk. 1 s iii:avi:u hah. A representative body of the Peoples Party gathered at the Court House yeterday at 1 o'clock in n Mass Convention for the purpose of nominating a ticket lor the coming campaign. The meeting was called to order by Hon. F. W. Pirtlc, who was elected permanent Chairman. Mr. J. .A B. Storms was chosen as Secretary. The following named gentlemen were appointed as a Committee on of Resolutions: Ben Newton, J. J. Brack-"cJ. B. Southard and A. S. Worsley. While the Committee was out R. II, Stevens and Rev. J. T. Crowe were Ho will save you MONEY by Buying from HIM. Will called upon for speeches, but excused themselves. Mr. George sell you a Buggy, Harness, Lap Duster and Whip from fcGO.OO Coy was called and responded in a up to $75.00. The Davia Carriage Company has tho reputa--tio- n ringing speech, nt the close ol which the Committee ou Resolutions made of building tho best Buggy for tho money of any Factory their report, which was adopted nnd in Cincinnati. will appear next week. The Convention then proceeded to nominate condidates for the various county offices resulting as follows: For County Judge, R. T, Render; for Clerk, James R. St Clair; forCoun-t- y Attorney, G. P. Kelley; for Sheriff, Win. Adding ton; ior Asssessor, J. D. Or TIIK OI'KNINO OL' Till Spurrier: for Jailor, A. L. Westerfield. No nominations were made for Coroner nor Surveyor. OF THE Nominations for Magistrate referred to the various Districts and the Chairman of the County Committee was authorized to name time and AND TEACHERS' PRACTICAL INSTITUTE. place of holding conventions to make such nominations. Ou motion the papers of the county were requested to publish the proceedings of the Instruction . Expenses most reasonable. Plans modern nnd progressive. convention. Adjourned. ' nud practical. Advautugo most excellent. A thorough It is not what its proprietors say, richool for tho masses. but what Hood's Sarsaparilla does, that tells the story of its merit. Hood's Sarsaparilla cures. Tuition per Term of Ten Weeks. Bkr?mmmmmBEmi SPRING OPENINCx OF n, Buggies just from the Davis Carriage Company. C. L. Field's car So come and judge for yourself. SFfUN session HIGH BEAVER DAM SCHOOL JIoHlt-y-C'rim- Mr. F. K. Mosley, Kansas City, Mo , and Miss Amy Crowe, Newville, Ky., will be married next Thursday at the home of the bride. Mr. Mosley Common f Primary School Iulormcdiiito Department (, Advanced Collegiate Department Instruction iti 83 75'k. 5 00" 6 25 7 00 best of ('nun Xotra. first-clas- s m m ... A number of felonly cases on the s A Commonwealths docket stand for trial Apply to at the coming March term of the 29 2t Vaiiloil. Blacksmith nt once. II. McMillion, Ilcfliir, Ky. Tlio session oilers unusual advantages to young men and women and especially to teachers. Our outlino method of teaching socures to our students Tlirol (It'll the "llnl-tlcr. Wo kindly nud honestly solicit .the pat- Rev. R. A. Crowe went out Monday tlio use of any and all ronago of all Booking u thorough education, and vory decidedly guaruutee night about 10 o'clock to lock his poultry house, and just as he vas satisfaction to all tamest students. For further informutlou tend lor circu' about closing the door n stout negro, lars or call ou DORA E. UIBSON, Vico President man rushed out and seizing Rev. E. It. RAY, President. Crowe by the.throat choked him almost down. After being released, Rev, Crowe Informed Mr. G. L. Klein BUSINESS ol what had happened nnd the two to? s n i gave chase. The negro had too much ' 1 IMWi t 'jrlCORPORATIOJ ill 3HUui the start and gat away. If this thievand Shorthand .. Tho trroat practical Iluslnosa Training. ing business isn't stopped some fel ColloQux. Thor irlvo n mxnort to buHluos nnd succour. CiitalnauBrrM. Knou Hpenuur, l'ros't, J. V, Vtsh, Boo'y. AdUrosn Hponcerlmi College M low is olng to get his anatomy punc Louisville. Ky., Owensboro, Ky., or Evsnsviiis, tured with lend. So mote it be. . text-hook!- is a prosperous business man of the great Western City, while Miss Crowe is a cultured and accomplished young lady. Music and Art at Itcasonablo Kates. Board in private families per week, $2.00 to $2.25. PENCE urn li nook-TCeopti- u: ulluca. cfltce H .3 M i invy Hartford Republican FlUIMV, KEIIKUAKY 23, . IS94. HE WANTED A WIFE. BY MAUV E. 11RYA.V. years old. I '1 urn a widower, thirty-fou- r llvo with my two littlo girls upon my cotton plantation. I havo ono thoimnd ncrcs moro or less my own unincumbered property, situated on tho beautiful bayou St. Lucas. I havo s nlco cottauo homo cmbowored In lncs, with gardens, chickens, cows, harness nnd sadillo horses, flowers, fruit every comfort except n wtfo. With a view to supplying tho deficiency, lDska correspondence with some rcspoctablo young lady, hoping to pcrsuado her to " 'Sharo my cottage fcntlo maid, It only watts for thee, To add a sweetness to 111 shado And happiness to mo.' "References exchanged. "ALEXANDEIt QltAVILLG." Showas sitting on her trunk nt a landing on, tho banks of Red river, wnlting for the down boat. About her was a group of amused buteympathctlc bystanders, and sho vri9 telling them her story. "I answered It In good faith," sho said. "Hero Is his advertisement. 1 cut It from a matrimonial agency paper." Sho took tho clipping from her pocket and read it aloud, her black eyes snapping dangerously: A forlorn figure sho was. I'll offer to do chamber maid's work." But this Miss Amelia Jones was not forced to do. Ole Sandy Gravel came to tho front. Ho proved to bo not such a bad lot after all. He rodo up presently on a bony mustang and promptly gave the little "Yankee school inarm" enough money to pay her passage back, with an additional sum to cover tho expense of her coming. lie hurt drawn on his cotton crop. IIo looked cast down and sheepish. IIo explained to his friends In this wise: put a kind of rose color over things In that advertisement. It's tho way you do In the papers, so that young postmaster said. IIo put mo up to I "I was n fool a but I meant it all honest. dog-gono fool; ters. I really 'spected to marry her, but I'd givo my promise to Susan in a kinder joky way, nnd she held mo to it. 1 didn't hear from t'other one. Bayou was up, and critters all In the plow, and ain't been to the post 1 it. Ho wrote tho ad and tho let- "I answered that advertisement," girl, sitting on said the black-eye- d d trunk. tho "I was a teacher In a small private school In New York. The work was hard; the pay was poor. I had a stepmother nt homo and a houseful and sisters. 1 of small ' wanted to get away. I I had had a disappointment" the black eyes filled "and I was unhappy. I had read 'Jane Eyre,' and I really thought tha man might be another Ho Wo corresponded. Rochester. gave tho postmaster as reference. I wrote to the postmaster, and ho answered that Mr. Gravllle's character and standing were all right. He had a good farm, ho was honest and paid Ills debts. "Mr. 'Gravlllo wanted mo to como on and be married at his home. I drew what money I had saved out of tho savings bank, sold my watch and came on. My stepmother was glad to get rid of me. I got hero yesterday. Ho had said he would meet me at thi3 landing; it would bo a pleasant rido out to his cottage. I had written a letter just before I left saying when I would arrive. I found nobody to meet me. I asked the way to Mr. Alexander Gravillo's. stitution. Nobody could tell, until an old darky Wished He zliic-covorchalf-brothe- I'm awful sorry to dlsappint the girl; but lor' sakcsl she never would a suited. Nlco lookln' a fair daisy but Susan could jes' go all around her doln' houso work, let 'lono tnkln' a hand in the crop in the press of chopplu' out or cotton plckln'." Miss Jones did not return to New York at once. She remained in tho neighborhood several weeks hospitably entertained by old Capt. Stewart, a war veteran, and his wife. Sho very nearly decided to become the governess of the captain's little granddaughter and cast southher lot with the erners," as she called us, In spito of her experiences with the eccentric widower of Bayou St. Lucas. But one day there came to her a letter with n New York postmark. On seeing the handwriting, Amelia turned first pale then rosy red. It was from the recreant lover, and he begged to bo forgiven and taken back. Womanlike, she was ready to forget her wrongs. She took leave of the friends she had made under such queer circumstances and returned to her northern home. A month later she wrote to Mrs. Stewart: "Congratulate me, good friends; I am married to Jack and as happy as a queen.. Tell this, please, to 'Mr. Alexander Gravlllo.' IIo may suffer some lingering remorse for 'disappointing' me, and I bear him not a bit of ill will." Atlanta Conoflleo in full six weeks. "big-hearted 't sung out: (Mrs. Twickenham has invited Mr. " 'Dat whlto 'oman mus' mean ole Sandy Gravel. He live back hero Castleton to dinner, and they are In the swamp, but he ain't got no discussing the salad.) Got To!d It. ca'ago to send for nobody. now. ms son, JJen, unv in to gii some pervisions.' " 'Has he a son?' I asked. " 'Got a swarm of 'cm,' was tho 'All done married but answer. nuthln' but er cyart. Hit's here Ben.' . "My mind misgave me, but I had no place to go to no money, so I hunted up Ben and told him I was going to his father's house. Ho was a freckled, patched, stupid-lookinyoung man. He looked at mo with eyes and mouth open In amazement and was so bashful that 1 refrained I never from asking questions. hinted to Ben that I had come on to be his stepmother. ' "On wo drove, over stumps and roots and gullies through mud 'and swamps; it seemed to be twenty miles. At last we drew up before a house with a dingy, shed at tho back. A few scruggy peach trees and a neglected grape vino were tho only green things in the yard besido the weeds. A woman was milking a scrawny cow in front of the gate. She had her back to us and a sunbonnet on. Two g two-roome- d si bare-legge- d children the fence. They gave tho alarm when they saw a stranger in the cart; and a man, who had been squatted in a fenco comer holding off tho calf, got up and came on sat " 'That's pap,' said Ben. 'flolookednearcrslxty than our. us. thirty-f- He was grizzled and snaggle toothed; his neck was red and wriukled. He came up to the cart. Ho was agitated and chewed his tobacco wonderfully fast. I got up from tho flour sack. " 'I am Amelia Jones,' "He turned very red and told his son to carry tho sack of flour into tho house. " 'I wasn't cxpectin'you,' ho said 'It's so long sinco you wrote' " 'You havo deceived me,' I burst out. 'You said you had a nice home, embowered in vines and fruit trees. You said you wero thirty-five- . You said you had only two littlo girls. You said you were 'No, I didn't,' ho interrupted. 4I said I had a thousand acres of land so I have though a big part o'f It Is swamp. Acres don't make folks rich in these parts. This ain't Now I York. I said I was thirty-live- . didn't say I was a few years over, for I'm spry and young enough for any woman. I said I had two littlo girls livin' with mo said nuthln' nbout tho boys. They're all big fellows, and married and gone, 'cept Ben, As for tho house, ain't that a good house? double pen and a shed to boot! Don't leak unless It rains and got a first-ratchimney. And ain't thero a vino? aud what's tho matter with them peach trees? o Mrs. Twickenham I hope, Mr. Castleton, that you are fond of all kinds of puddings? Casllcton-01- i, yes, Mrs. Twickenham. And that reminds mo of a littlo incident that occurred to mo last summer. I was visiting some friends of mine in the country (all attention from the other guests), and It seems that some of them had heard me say that whilo I was very fond of all sweetmeats, there was one thing I abhorred, and that was tapioca pudding. Well, one day at dinner, the hostess, a most charming woman, said to mo, "I do hope you liko tapioca pudding, because wo Well, arc going to havo It of course you know, not supposing there was any joke about it, I said yes, and, well, I rather dilated upon the fnct, wishing to make her thoroughly nt case, you understand, when inwardly I was quaking at tho thought of the horrible ordeal ahead of nic. I noticed that tho other guests seemed much amused, but I didn't dream it was a joke. Mrs. Twickenham Then it was a joke. Castleton Oh, yes, decidedly so. You, see, there was no tapioca pudding, and it was all a put-ujob. You can imagine my feelings, and the embarrassing position I was in, after trying to be so polite by lying out of it. Mrs. Twickenham Yes, Indeed, it was most unfortunate. (To servant, with emphasis): James, bring on the tapioca pudding. Tom Mas-foin Harper's Bazar. p FEETBALL. Some Wise Observations on tho Gamo "as Sho Is Played." The game gets its name not from tho ball beiu' kicked, but to distinguish it from baseball or a ball an' chain, either of which is low. As an intellectual pursuit It ranks next number below an "enduranco test" in tho senate, or a parliamentary fisticuff. Fcctball Is played scientific by choking t'other feller sub rozy add infantum. There is moro glory in ridin' away from this game in an ambulnnco than from a battlefield or a railroad reck, where you couldn't help it. The popular gamo of fcctball will soon be ready to start a grave yard of its own. Ono Latin epitaff will answer for all "Hie jncot another pliool." Football deserves to be thanked for tho now impotus It has gavo to surgery an' chivalry. When tho football teams havo cultivated bravery long enulf, thoy will all join the firo companies, tho stations, or go west to fight Injuns. I don't know when that will bo, but feet-ba- ll teaches men to meet danger courageously, so wo air tot. Thero Is a small bag of wind an' several larger ones. Tho littlo ono generally comes out of tho scrimmage as smilin' as a mouse after a tussel with two or three wimmln. Tho name of this noble game is cufonious and sejests standin' with both feet on your antagonist's bread basket. That Is braver, if anything, than chokln' his wind off bceausb ten other men help you do it. Football, as sho Is played, Is about tho only Christian sport that has not bin touched by the barbarl-ou- s instincts of man. Long may it wave I I stand by tho green graves of my sires In behalf of this Innocent pasy time, but pleano tlo a bag of around my neck when tho bones begin to crack, to keep mo from gottiu' sick at tho stoinmlek. life-saviassa-footod- "I have leached the sublime height of Democratic philosophy when I don't How Coulclcck Gavo n Cheap Actor a care id what happens, so it don't Doublo Surprise. Twenty years ugo and old Mr.Coul-doc- , lilt inc. I can agree with my friend tho actor, are so Indelibly as- Ke'ly, however, that If Cleveland's sociated In the public mind, thanks second term ha 1 conic first he would to "Hazel Kirke," that to mention never have had n second." ono Is to think of the other. In To cap the climax, 1 M. Cutcheon, fact, snys the New York Evening Chairman of the Democratia State Sun, "twenty Years Ago" Is his nickname, and liars replaced the old Central Committee, whose recent letman's legilimnte Initials. In an up- ter eilticising the President's policy town resort where tho subject of as regards appointments created such a stir in the country, whenc.illtd upon tho cheap uctor was under discussion ono actor had this to say: to talk, declined upon the ground "Talk about getting caned artls-- ' that his position had been cove ml tically and In cold blood. I had and he Indorsed all that Kelly had Twenty said. Last night's episode is the an once. experience I was years ago playing of much comment among the witli Couldock In a road company. cause Wo played a repertory, and I was Democrats of the State. playing juvenile parts. I had quite 'r'ni!iu ii.Tiillilii'. an estimation of myself in those HARDIN INDEPENDENT. days. In fact, I used to bo In such Un.'le V.ird Crenshaw, of Spencer a hurry to spout my lines that on several occasions I broko In on and Htillitt, without whom it is hard Couldock's scenes and spoiled moro to tell how the house would exist in than ono of them. I saw tho old dull times, has cracked many a joke man throw hio a dagger's glance at the cost nf "attorneys" who arc in now nnd then, but I didn't glvo tho the Legislature. Mr. Quigley, with matter a second thought. Finally a merry twinkle in his eye, played ono morning ho asked ne to go for a stroll with him. IIo was remark- even the other day while Mr. Crenshaw was opposing eirncstly a measably affable, so I went. " 'Young man,' said he, 'I've been ure which involved the expenditure thinking a lot about you lately. How of money. Mr Qtiigley arose to ask much money do you draw?' a question, and tint "question" was " 'Ten dollars a week, sir.' as follows: " 'Ton dollarsl Dear, dear, that's When the frost is on the pumpkin not muehl Can you snvo money out And the fodder in the sho;k, of that?' And Crenshaw is a talking, " 'Well, not much, sir. You see You can hear him for a b'.oek. I havo a widowed mother and sister He speaks and loiks nsCliarltou, to support.' Whose ruby whiskers glow, '"How about fifteen dollars a The members they arc laughing; week? Think you can save money Crenshaw has the flo'. out of fifteen dollars?' " 'Oh, dear, yes!' I exclaimed, He speaks about reduction, Ketteiicltit'eut and reform; brightening up all of a sudden. farmer " 'You're dead certain you could 01 ihe luinn-handt- d on his farm. save money?' " 'Yes, sir, 1 am.' But do not be uneasy, " 'Very well; after this you draw Or Icel the ltast alarm, fifteen dollars from the box office It is only Crenshaw talking In thehgislative barn! every week " 'Oh, thank you, sir!' I broke out It "SINK. 'I knew you would impetuously. The Spring Seiiool opened here appreciate my art sooner or later.' pupils. Prof. "'Hold on now; I ain't finished Monday with thirty-siyet,' interrupted Couldock. 'You R. R. Wedding te.icl.tr. This school go save money out of that and as promises to he a success soon as you've got enough laid up go Mi?s Annie I.. Allen, of this place, buy an ax nnd knoci: your few brains .s visiting in Lcttisvillc at this writout.'" ing. PRINCE LEO. W. II. Allen has-- purchased the farm. How n Parrot ths Exo:u-- , tion of a Death Sentence. Miss Annie M. Allen has entered It is very seldom that that rare school at Heaver U.r.n. old bird the parrot gets credit for Rev. Ford filled his rendering the world, or mankind inhere Saturday niht and Sundividually, a service. It is generalday. ly looked upon as a sort of amusing Mr. Albeit London, who is attendBut at times the parrot nuisance. can rise to nn occasion nnd perform ing school at Heaver Dam, visited his nn act of inestimable service, as tho home Saturday and Sunday. following pretty little story handed Miss Hell Whittiughilt lelt Saturdown through the ages will show: day lor Missouri It appears that tho Greek emRosine has the piettiest peror Basilius had condemned his in the county. son Leo to death on the false accusaMr. Lee Pembr rton is a new clerk tion of a couple of trusted courtiers that ho had formed" a plot against in M. S. Ragland's store. Mr. James Raley is on the sick list the life of his father. Tho empress, in her sorrow and anguish, tried her at this writing. Miss Nora Martin, of Heaver Dam, utmost to melt her husband's heart, but in vain. On tho day before the visited friends at Rosine Mitunlay execution she sat surrounded by her and Sandiy. ladies, bemoaning her son's dreadful , Rosine is expecting awe Ulinsoon. fate. A favorito parrot which occuMr. A P. Thouns has been teachpied a cage in tho empress' aparting a successful tinging school here. ment was removed by her orders to Wishing your paper much success, a lonely spot in the grounds of the I will write no more. palace, because she could not enIda Allen. dure its chattering and screeching in her grief nnd despair. Not long i'kom another correspondent afterwards the emperor entered tho Mr, Sam Raley is very sick of asthpark and seated himself on a bench. IIo had not been sitting long, when ma. Iisq. J.vue; Dyers, who has bet n he heard a plaintive voice uttering tho words: "Oh! Leo, my son, my confined to his room for tome, lisuo ,s son!" The emperor started up and able to be out again. listened, and again the voice was Mrs Mary Hale Haffy, of Whites heard to say: "Oh! Leo, my son, ville, paid a short visit to her brothmy son!" followed by a heartrender, Dr. S.J. Wedding this wek. ing cry. It was the parrot, which Judge J. S. Glenn was is in town had heard its unhappy mistress reshaking hands with his many peat nothing but these words during the last few weeks. Deeply alfected, frends. Dr V. H. Rains, of Cancy vi le, was the emperor hastened back to tho palace and immediately ordered his in town son to be set at liberty. Not long The Sele.--t School, here under the afterwards the matter was cleared, ananagcinent of R. R. Wedding began and Leo's inuccenco eslf.blished. It February 6th, with prospects of a Is to bo hoped that the fortunate Leo good school Up to this time forty was grateful enough to Ills feathered have matriculated. Those pupils benefactor to see that Polly had all tho crackers sho could possibly who are attending school here from want, as well as a patient listener to other points of the count are, Misses her every word. Harper's Young Dean and Artie Wilson, Ilorton; Olander Rains, Mt. Pleasant and S. People. Ri;. L. StClair, of Olaton. Tho Pope's Health. HAI3CD I I!S SALARY. Better Cure CONCEAL. A ' ;.,.. J ' r h rVrH Fair Skin, racn fiiom ml i I K PIMPLES, BOILS, &m isVW L la Blotches, RASH, Or any other defect. orlclnatliiR In IMPURE BLOOD Soourod by Using s "4 $i - M, f said, "i-im- n P llffZS SarsapariEia Has Cured Othors, Will Curo You Proff erinp- another hr.ind . we want, have ijouanij now crj band f Wll ccrtoirjhj hake roll;ci; wc us: iranc but Ihe txst if , .rc jc i behind Hie rest And all sbrcvd daikrs Jit's Just as (loocl lrv l:p Hie Grocer k cu wette soap 4 x, ?" o . jj r guj tt.k vi:::my TIic Hcst ShocJ for the l.cujt Money, ten. pipe eii'hi column iJtuio crntic; Ni i. It coiiiim the 1IKN ItY bev ' f evert tin g ciiv'. WA'l i'KKsON i the lid in. r. I n "& vif t mrili TI.e Week I v ('(.uiifr-.ltni'm- il veiy liberal tiiiiiH In r.,'tiiti, and mhi five's Irve preiuhnis h.r tl si i! coj'ic of the piper and to ir.j m free Pieiiiiiim Supplement Wrre t any addro-?- . Oouricr-Jouni.il I Vnm l 00 a Year. wirsm WSJ 1 ii.i,AtvtrjAU''7r;KTS2iw taeaa iCB n Uf $3 III w M''"4km, li V -- itl'1-- 1 .A 85, 84 and 83.50 Dross Shoe. 83.60 Pollco Shoo, 3 Soles. 82.00, SSforWorklngmen. 82 and 81.75 for Boys. W s HOE LADIES AND VTsW L. DOUGLAS FOR 6ENTLEMR. fcw CJ MISSES, any Amlr-- 83, 82.50 82, $1.70 one" Ml" allocs Wfcv CAUTIOX.-- Co., - ar- JT- V,. V H15 ' IS I HE " LUUI.SU LLi:, KY. Ih.PUii.iOAX and tho Wiekh will be unt one year to ain nihil s for S!.7.". AddicssTiii: Ki.itiii.ican, Hart- V i V. ,m HFCTassLrV ' UPr W. I.. DanKlsji If 'Niyr .. Tfit " y "- - "r-- . WKVi('lAVi4v j. -- V. - ,AUAh. . lfc s -- - -.- V fc 1HEW0IF- - or nay. lie ha. them without Iho name tnm.c4 in. nniumi, pnt mm ,?w uuvrai ...tnu- "W. Tin: Couiiii..loimi.il f.-- and' ford, Ky. x T ;t WSDII w-KEvnriL L. DOUGLAS Shoes ore thIMi, easy fitting, nd ritc better ntUlacllon at the pilcci ailvcrtUeil than any other make. Try one pair nnd be ton- name anil prlfc on the bottom, which ;nccd. The stamping of W. I.. Pout-laMranlce lltclr veltte, mve tlioiinamU of tlolla'ii anntnlly to thoe who wear them. vvho pii.b thas.ile of W. I.. Doiitila i hoes ;nln customers, which helps to "tiers the f. !cs on tiielr full line of jjoikU. rall nn.ir.l to ..11 nt n lot prwfK, i Yn lMrva von imiii ohvo humm y l.v Imiv'hi; i t jume runtwiKr of tltn ilAlrr ivyos Lvl-- ... Ci'tnluxuo fjvo u;ion iii!!oni.iM. W. I.. IIOIKII.AH, Erutr.ton, Kiua. ..it V. i ,., I F. HENPUOW. Sulphur Spring?, Ky. lHBJatBMBl KC 23se el INTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. 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In its columns are to be found the week's news of all the world condensed and the cream of the literary features of the Daily, PER MONTH In Your Own Locality money-nisklugc- vi AS A FAMILY PAPER IT EXCELS """lwxn.i1 with PAGES, A Supplement, Illustrated, in Colors, '4 rich' " ain't thero fruit?' " 'And do jjju lmaglno any young woman In hu facnses would murry i! you nnd llvo hero?' I cried. " 'Do I? Well, there's no linngiua-tlo- n about It. Them's thrco women havo married mo and lived hero.1 Two of 'em's dead and burled, und yonder stands to'ther. I couldn't hear from you. I concluded you was piayin' mo a Ynnkco trick; couldn't wait nohow. So I married Miss Susan Barnes, und if you say she olu't a young woman In her senses, why, " 'Why, I'll show her that's what I'll do,' said Mrs. Gravel number three, dropping her milk pall und rolling up her sleeves us she enmo to thosldoof tho cart. ( "I begged Ben to drive mo back to tho river, and hero I am waiting to tako.tho first boat. I'vo pluyed tho It's crushed (fool and I'm punished. all tho silly romauco out of mo. How race's. I'm to pay my passogo I don't know. she' An eminent diplomat, who has recently paid his respects to the pope, has confessed that after not seeing his holiness for somo time tho first shock of tho apparent change In Leo XIII. 's appearance was considerable, but that this soon wore off, und lie finds Indeed the illustrious octogenarian livelier and wittier than ever. That he Is pale and emaciated is undeniable, but tills has been tho pope's appearance for a long timo. It Is Impossible to deny that it gives to those who see tho pontiff for the first time a painUnder ills air of ful Impression. sickness, is, however, concealed a singularly strong constitution, to which the present weather isnono tho Iosr trying, II litis Trriisim. n. y. tiuiiunk. Leaders of the party in Minnesota say that Cleveland's second term should have conic first. A forcible illustration of the manner in which President Cleveland's popularity in the Democratic party is waning is afn forded at the reception tollcnry by the St. Paul Press Club last night. Several of the most promof the State inent Demociats those ptt.sent. and were among exceedingly significant were some of the words they let fall from their informal addresses in Mr. Wattcr&ou's honor. Harlan P. Hall, lvditor of "The St. Paul Globe," the principal Democratic paper in' the State oi Minnesota, alluded' to Watteraon's great (cat of defeating the Clevclnnd straddling tnrifl platform at the Chicago Convention of i822,nml bringing the Democracy to a point 'of say-tu- g what it believed- - "a feat," Mr. Hall, "which has no doubt been YouniiMen's'liru. the cause of all the Democratic taiifT Everything in the tonsorial line muddle ever since." innr with neatness nnd dispitcii nt To tills Mr. Wattcrsou rejoined: Wat-tcrso-- By an Arm'css Pa'nter. remarkable art exhibition is announced at Bristol. It is an exhibition of thirty paintings by Bertram Ililes, an artist who, whilo quite a boy, met with un accident by which Having from lie lost both arms. childhood shown a strong disposition and love for drawing, lie was taken in hand by some artistic friends and taught to draw, holding the pencil in his mouth. After a timo hu b?camo a student at the Merchant Venturers' schools, and studied so assiduous.y that ho won n national scholarship, value one hundred and four pounds sterling, which also carries tho privilego of studying at tho national art training school nt South Kensington for two years, during which timo ho also won ono national silver medal and In two national bronze- medals. consideration of Ills having won theso honors, tho authorities at South Kensington sent him to Paris for somo months to study nt tho museums, paying all his expenses. Tho armless painter nt Antwerp Is well known; but It will bo news to many people to hear of an English artist contending with tho same disability. St. James' Gazette. A What Shall We Call Him. of EIGHT ADDITIONAL PACES, maklnc In all SIXTEEN PAGES. 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His given name is not hard to read, but tho other Is a puzzler until you toko It to pieces and determine tho sounds of the letters and combinations by tho following words: Phth, in phthisic; olo, In colonel; gn, In cologne; yrrh, In myrrh. Harper's first succeeded In artist who -- " - -S- Z-nn. We he consumer, thus saving him the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices ttre reasRespectfully, onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. are manufacturers of Quggios, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal directly with "Viri.ll E-ik-e. ( F. A. AMES Owemboro, Ky. eft CO. Young People.