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A keen winter twilight, wbcro tho flory trucks of sunset had long fntled Into cold, gray gloom, II melancholy wind walling Its coronach round tho hospital building and groups of Mack-gree- n pines seeming to cling together ns if shrinking involuntarily from the bitter air, truly tho outdoor prospect wiis not very enlivening, and Cortland Almy turned his face wearily away from tho little white curtained window to tho flro whoso scarlet glow faintly lllunil-nuto- d tho long room. "Shall I never got well?" ho mur- .mured to himself, as somo careless movement sent a thrill of pain through his wounded side. Harry Baker was contentedly 6nioklng his cigar upon tho piazza of the regimental headquarters, when Dr. Herbert's linntl was laid iiK)ii his shoulder, as tho old man said: "Do you know anything of that 'young Lieut. Almy, now in the hos soned his chcok as ho recognized nt somo little distance Charles Culton the man who hnd pluyed laggard at homo when ho had shouldered urms In defense of the old flag. Tho man who had won away the only girl for whom ho had over carcdl And Alice was there, tho center of the group. Bo would not speak to them! Oh, that ho had strength to withdraw from their very sightl But thut was Impossible for ho ovorlicurd tho loud cheery accents of Hurry Bakor in their midst, and In an instant Charles Culton stood behind him. "Almy old boyl Why didn't you let us know you wero wounded? I give you my honor wo never heard of it until this morning, when Harrybut. bless my soul, what am I thinking about? Lot mo Introduce my wife Mrs. Culton I bcliovo you havo seen her before." JJli o1 Allco and Cortland Almy's In tho light silk dress. A fiery tldo of resentment crim- tiii: iimi'iv ihm:u imii,. LIZZIE CLAltK IIAI1DV, IN MtXINriTON leader As py tittic that's gone, Not n dollar in my poektt, and the winter coming on j, The thing that breaks, me up the most, and makes nfe feel so snnll, Is the sight ol that dfcar old dinner pail, hanging on life wall. fifteen j ears or more, And it never saw me out of work or institute before, For with shops nnd Cictories running nnd the best of wages paid A prosperous lot of fellows were the dinner pail brigade. V Isithercidly dreaming of the hap I've carried that old dinner pail for nut you see we wasn't satisfied, thrugh it seems most verv stramre. And we said we mgiiiiiie country wouict uc ueuer lux j change, And we tailed about:.trtr.rift",and we blowcd about ccfi?e, jCsAnd we voted Doinociatic, didthedin- ner pail brigade. - the results wete far from satisfactory. The Dobsons finally decided to aoaiiuon me new oik store Rave up j their lease and cntcied upon a big closing out sale. They engaged an a tvertlsing expert to ndvertisc the sale, and the papeis came out with some of the brightest and most at- tiactive advertisements New York has ever seen, The store was soon crowded with buyers, From a weekly average of Ji,8oo the sales jumped to $23,000 per week, and have since even surpassed that figure. The results were so surprisingly satisfactory to the n Dobsons that they immediately to look about for-- new store, and soon another location in the same neighborhood wa3 finally decided Ireland will continue his relations with the firm, and a contin uance of the plicuominal success of the, past few months is consequent ry assured. r. Latest U. S. Gov't Report il ABSOLUTES m&m I ti& m rsij vm Wwivl PUKE "". i li IS". IL, ti.iVMiMoui:. Messrs. Nickols and Drake, of Godman,, were in town Sunday. Miss ISva Crouch spent two days last week at Island. Mr. n. M. Hickett left Saturday for Chicago. Mr. J. U. Crouch and Miss Mantle Hicks went to Island Sunday. Dr. Hcavrin, of Owcnsboro, spent a day in town last week. Mrs. Dqvid Tucker has gone to to visit her daughter, Mrs. Robert Haynes. 'i Itiamlng and CemptatianL Quigg Dros. are laying the foundaThe fecllnir eilsllnir ta the txnom of V. It. Drown. Viola, Iowa, when tion for a warehouse on Hill Street be wrote: "The doctor pronounced mine a just above the site of the new store, cercro rate of blood poisoning caused by kidney disease. Kept my bed two months. They ruo which they will build in the early were being consoled by some southpail brigade, me up to die, hen I Rot Dr. Fenner'e Kldnoy ern beauty or other, and thut Is tho The workingmen are idle, but the spring. and tlackacho Curo. Soon Commenced discharging matter In the urine. Alter taking flro wormwood and the gall, reason you got none of our wedding Rev. McDonald filled his appoint- I trot nil rlpht, well and sound. It ! reIs to see tlie empty dinner pail, hang- cards." garded ns wonderful cure. I wan expected to nient Sunday morning, but owing to Slo Hi am 7i)crsoM " This would Ni woning on the wall. "It's all right now isn't it, the illness of his mother did not derful If we wero ml used to Just such Almy? I may tell tho doctor you'ro letters hquallr Root In female complaints, preach Sunday evening. I'roirciiuii In (lip KrrltKiirp.. rheumatism, henrt disease, dropsy, and alt In a fair way of recovery?" laughed blood diseases Itestores the kidneys, purines ECONOMIST. Tlie Masquerade party at Mr. R. A. tho blood nndheMs Ihedl.eased tluues. Health pital?" narry liaiier. nonesi U the result If satisfaction not elien money We wonder if Free Trade Congress HacRett's last Friday evening was And when tho March violets refunded. Tako homo a bottle "Of course I do; wo aro from tho all. sprinkled all tho hills, Cortlund men ever attend divine service. If so, greatly enjoyed-bsame pluco." Mrs. h. D. Mitchell returned Wed"Con you explain his dejection In Almy, who had forgotten his pride do they ever listen to the reading and coma to Alico to bo nursed of the Scriptures? any way?" Let ' us nesday to her home in Crawfordsville, (tit. Louis Smuliwctiterii Ry.J months before, enlisted for llfo unrefresh the Free Trade memory by a Id. "Why," said Harry, "you see, docRoxy. ' TO tor, there's ono thing, but that der tlio standard of n tiny wedding quotation from Metthcw, chap. 17, ciirilo fill" .,! "All " tj." . wouldn't account for it; tho girl ring. Chicago Now3. ..vvJb fJlllllJlts beginning with the 24th verse: uiun.-i.esuiiu don't llvo that's worth pining for inese never lau to inAnd when they came toCapernaum, SAVINGS OF A SMOKER. dicate an impure condition of the more than three days." THE ONLY LINE they that received tribute money "A love affair, eh?" said tho sur- A Venerable New Yorker Tolls How With through Car Service from came to I'ctcr, and said, "Dost not blood, which may he thoroughly Ho Bought a Home. geon, quickly. cleansed aud renewed by the use of your master pay tribute?'' Chauncey M. Dcpew oneo re"Not that exnotly, but, you see, Ayer's TOVAG Ilcsaith, "Yes." And when he cacious Sarsaparilla. The most effiho was partly engaged to a girl up marked that ho regarded his success MEMPHIS and economical of all blood in llfo as duo, In a great measure, to was conic into the house, Jesus preour way, and there's a report that bho Is going to marry somo other his firmness in breaking off tho habit vented him saying, "What thinkest purifiers. of smoking. Ho enjoyed his cigars thou, Simou? Of whom do the 'kings fellow." :i.irrro.v. No cliango of Cant to "Couldn't you step into tho hos- as much us did any nrdent lover of of the earth take custom or tribute? Of Feb.. 16. Owing to the bad weather pital this evening and chat with him tho weed, but when ho found that their own children or of strangers?" there has been little, farming done. smoking interferrod with his thinkawhile?" OK IXTKIt.MED.T12 POINTS. Peter saith unto Ilitii," "6f!tratig- - Fanners have been clearing ground It happened that Cortland Almy ing apparatus ho promptly stopped ' and as soon as the weather will perers." wis surprised that selfsame twi-lig- It, says tho Now York Times. Jesus saith unto him, "then are the mit they will continue their work. Luther Preseott Hubbard is anby tho apparition of Lieut. Mr. W. U. Chinn has builutwonew other New Yorker who attributes children fice." Baker. Carrying through CuaclicH imil Thus did Jesus determine in' fa'or rooms to his house. Barry was In his clement on a not only his financial success, but Pullman Slipper. Travelling the battlefield, but thu sick room was his long and continued life to his Protection Only by the taking of. Mr. Richard Carter is building flncht fnrminu, iiw.itiK and timber decidedly another affair ho was ill total abstinence from tho tobacco customs duties, or tribute, from the more room to his house. When comat easo In that wilderness of white habit. When a mere lad ho chewed strangers, were "the children free." pleted it will add very much to the lauds. Ami inching the most prosbeds, with tho red eyes of tho two and smoked, but was Induced to The inference is perous towns nuil cities in tho that the direct taxa- beauty of the house. fires gleaming sulleuly from either abandon both tho quid and tho cigar tion, incidental to Free Trade or "a MEASURING A CONSCIENCE. Mrs. Margaret Paxton, who has by tho reasoning of n dear friend. cud of tho room. Ho advanced on tiptoo and laid Mr. Hubbard, just after ho had TnrifT for revenue only," rendered been very sick for the past two Difficult Feat Performed by a Mereighty-fift- h yoar, printed "the children" slaves. It will be the weeks, is no better. chant of Polo, III. Ycilding his hand on Cortland's burning passed his FARMING LANDS. and circulated a littlo treutiso on: duty of the people to prevent those Mr. Harrison Austin killed a ho" palm. Measuring a woman's conscicnco Harlford, Ky. abundantly till the centals, corn ami who favor stiqh a system from coming last week that had two melts gtown is a feat which most judges of human "Getting along pretty well, old "How a Smoker Got a Homo." his nrofeseion in all cotton, niul specially adapted to tho fellow?" Mr. Hubburd says: "My smoking "into the house" of Representatives together by fat. Mr. Austin says he naturo consider almost impossible. WILL courts of cultivation ot small Iruils ami ciuly "I believe I am, thank' you, Ba- was moderate compared with that of fter the next election. Under Pro- "has killed several hogs but this is To a resident of Polo, 111., belongs counties ami Court Ohio aud adjoining of Appeals. Specninny, only six cigars a day at 0 ker." vcfvtnblcs. tection only "are the children free." the first time in life he ever saw one tho distinction of having performed ial attention given to collections. Ho drew forth a huge packet of cents each, equal to $130.50 per anthis difficult task, nnd ho tolls of it Affording GRAZING LANDS. Ofh'co over Carson & Co. with two melts." num, which at 7 per cent. Interest with considerable pride. Tho man "I've tried all sorts of excellent pasturage tluritij almost tho letters without further preliminMrs. Rachel Paxton, Central City, in bixty-on- o for years amounts to tho aries. question owns a general storo In an old lady to a "cutter," entire year, and comparntivuly clo.--e "I got somo news from Welbyford small fortuno of $118,021.26. This "and you can't persuade me that any visited relatives in this neighborhood Polo, which Is a town of somo 4,000 to tho ureal tniukcts. Saturday and Sunday. yesterday week," he said. "Shall I has afforded means for tho oducation other Sarsaparilla is inhabitants. Tho merchant was as good as TIMBER LANDS. Covered with read vou what my sister says about of my children, with nn appropriate Mr. Ozna Shultz, of Hartford Colseated near tho stove-o- f ono of tho Ayer's." There is where she had allowance for benevolent objects." hotels ono evening last lege, visited his parents Saturday aud down-tow- n almost inexhaustible furc&ts of yellow tho folks there?" This contented octogenarian began him. She knew that Ayer's was the Sunday, "I do not wish to trouble you week, and related his experience, as pino, cypres ami tliu hanl woods saving his cigar money by depositing best, and so did he, but it paid him follows: Some of the girls and boysatteuded common to Arkansas and Eastern thank you, all the same." In a few better to sell a cheaper brand. "Oh, It's no trouble," said stupid it in tho Bank for Savings. "You say j'ou would like to know the exhibition at No. 19 Saturday how Texas. Harry, elevating his heels on tho yeurs ho had accumulated enough to anybody could measuro T ito.Ni.vi:. night. They report a pleasant time. an's conscience? Well, I a wom buy a comfortublo homo near this Cnu be procured on reasonable and end of the bed. will tell Feb. 20. I am the only staunch city, and overlooking Long Island Hannah. you. One day, about threo weeks "Lot mo sco " ndvuntageous term?. Republican in these diggins. About ago, a farmer's wife camo into my "My Dearest Brothor: I hopo tho sound. During tho long period of 1'1,I.V1'M'III.V, store and bought a lot of provisions. woolen stockings camo safe to hand his patient economy ho has been in all of the Republicans and a few of n All llne connect nidi nuil lnic Mr, W. A. Miller, who is attending After she hud selected ami that tho flannel shirts oh, tho receipt of but n moderate Income. the Democrats have strayed off into what sho" shIp tin the paths of sin and wickedness by tak- the Morgantown School, is visiting wunicu sue ciumpca 1110 goous in a pshaw! Agnes Mooro Is sitting by OFFICE OVER RED FRONT No Sunday Trading. largo grain bag." mo while- I write, and says send ing up with the Populist Patty where his father, Mr. George Miller, According to n decree just renNonsense, that's not Itl Oh, "'Can I have a piece of string to her Jo. 13. Sanderfur, candidate for Jailall like sheep have gone astray, Tnit I Is prepared to d? all kinds of dered by tho British courts of law, think by November they will have had er, was iu our town mixing with his tio this bag?' sho asked mo.' 's Aek your nearest Ticket Agent for hero's a bit of nows Charley " 'Why certainly,' said I, and Dontal work at reasonable prices. wedding camo ofl last night, payment cannot legally bo enforced hard time3 enough and maps, time tables, etc., and writo to go to thepolls many friends yesterday. pointing ond Allco was, as I always foretold for nny order glvon to a tradesman and vote II. V. Royal, of near this place, hung in to a ball of twlno which of tho following for nil informafor a renewal, and continutiny the rear part of tho storo I sho would .be, by far tho prettiest on Sunday. In tho enso before tho tion you may deeiro concerning the girl in tho room, in lior whltu muslin court, tho order was for a frock ance of the good times they have ex- - while raising a barn recently let a log told her to help herself and tako as WHEN YOU GO TO 0WENSB0R0 fall on his foot, which has caused much as her conscience allowed perienced in bygone days by working nnd tho claimtrip to tho Great Southwest. and long veil. Thoy'ro going on to coat and waist-coaher GALLON to. Washington, and you must cull and ant a tailor, who, whllo officiating and voting with the party that gives him much pain every since. R. T.G.MATTHEWS, Messrs. James and L. V. Morris, of "Tho woman went back to tho end sco Alice In her now capacity of " as church warden, hud received an or- all classes of American Labor its just Dis't Pass. Agt., Louieqille, Ky. of tho store and'eommeuced towind Harry Baker stopped short, in der from ono of tho parishioners for a.id honest aeward. Let every Re- Gilstrap, were in town E. W. LaBEAUME, the garments on leaving church. It publican in the county work, and Mr. Wash Faught, Cromwell, was tho twine rapidly around her finger. blank dismay, suddenly recollecting G. P. &Tkt. Agt., St. Louis, Mo. that Allco Traoy was tho girl whom is the Sunday trading not of King After a mlnuto sho asked me to cut xxras FcoxotxajP33:2:ii, now and work like bees; if they in our village Georgo II. which bars the creditor's J. A. EDSON, Cortland Almy had loved. Mr. Oliver White and wife, of near the twine. When I went back to cut For the final and Most Artistie Work, will do this victory is ours. I would it I noticed sho hwl considerable more Gcn'l Supt., Texnrknua, Tex. "Confoundl" ho ejaculated to him way. liketo discuss the tariff question in Dextersville, were visiting in and than I thought sho needed. any sue or ttyle. Frcderica St. , leiwttn ' self, and stumbled headlong Into a Tho Qroatest Auditorium. your column, but this is a question near town Monday, 6m7 'Iiavo you ullyou want?' I asked 3idand4th. description of somo of "Squire ElMr. James Houston and daughter, According to export calculations that should be discussed oraly both her, and sho said shohad. 'Well, I JOHN ECHOLS, " now pony carriages. lis' Receivers. ST. JOHN BOYLE When at longth ho hod faithfully tho Coltsoum of Romo seated 87,000 negatively and affirmatively befote of near here, are right sick at this would just like to men'suro your con- science,' said I, nud Igotayardstlck i.ovinvii.m:, nt. luuim a tcx. r. h read ovory word, postscript mid nil, spectators, whllo 00,000 more could the masses of the people, and all of writing. havo found standing room. Tho exC. Misses Vcc and Knima Miller were and measured tho twine. the practical and interested phases of ho drow a long breath and looked L.Qiirilh, Si, L:iij I sni lihij , "It was just thirty-seveand ono-haup. Almy's faco was turned away ternal circumference of tho Coliseum the question delineated and illustrat- in our burg (Tho Mississippi Valley Route.) y Is 1,728 feet, Its yards long. and tho long, black lashes lay mo- ns It stands Long live the Riji'unucAN. ed so that the wayfaring man though R. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV.l, 1891. long dlnmotor 015 foot, Its short "Tho woman nnd I had u good TO No.M, No.U, tionless on his pallid cheoks. . fc 510 feet. The arena Is 279 a fool need not err therein. WEST BOUND. laugh .ovor It, and sho went homo satidiameter llly. Dy. "Asleep, oh? Guess I'll lot him by 29(5 Premature baldness may be pre- sfied.-" LOUISVILLE, EVANSVILLE, CIN. L. F. Hudson. foot and tho height of tho . T:is a. m. 8.23 p, m. Lt. Louisville Chicago Tribune. have his nap out" vented and the hair made to grow on ., 8:11 a.m. 7;20ji.i. Wcxtrolnt 150 foot Thcro is still ANDALLPOINS EAST. And treading on tiptoo ho made building K. W. Keinble is the artist among heads already bald, by the use of Hall's 0.17 a. in. 0.07 p. m. Ilrandenburft Don't Pmlt Thorn. standing four stories of tho original his exit. Irvlnxtnn 9.1 a.m. 8 37 p.m. structure. It was in all probability all the illustrators of fiction, who un- Vegatable Sicilian Hair Rcnewcr. TO epheasport 10.23 a. in. 9.21 p. ns. A practlco Is growing, indeed it But Cortland Almy was not asleep. tho largest building of auditorium erringly presents in simple lines cerClorerport .. 10:.Un.m. 9:16 p.m. has becomo quite common iu somo "So tho doctor thinks I shall die," Memphis, Vicksburg, Nrw Or- 11:11 a. in. 10.10 p. ra, JIawrarillo tain Southern types, and the Southarrangement over known. For Sale: One house nnd lot for parts of the country, of omitting the. ho murmured, as his. quick, car Lcvilsport.. 11:05 a.m. 10.31 p.m. ern Magizine is fortunjtc in being sale or rent, two miles froiff Ilrfrtford. pronoun AND ALL POINTS SOUTH. 12: is p. m. 11:11 p. m. caught tlio whispers of Bukcr and Ovronsluro subjects of sentences. We" A Wonderful Tree. able to so frequently present his work, Apply to James W. Ford, Hartford, or givo hero the exact text of u HpotfBtille 1:04 p. in. ll.M p. ra. .tho attendant. "Well, lot it bo oven letter TO 1:23 p. Ti, 12.20 a. in. In tho ground surrounding tho With such artists on its staff, togethVeceivcd by tho editors a fow weeks Ar. Henderson so. I havo drunk life's blttorcst O. L. Dowen, Cleopatra, Ky. 2S 8t No. S3, No.M, ago, tho pluco 'whero tho udventuro cups to tho dregs, and now thcro re- Abboy of Votron, Brittany, thcro er with its liternty excellence, its St- Loais, Cairo, Chicago, EAST HOUND. Dullj. Daily onco flourished an oak which is said greatjsuccess occurred only having boon changed: mains nothing but to diol" and popularity is underHenderson T:U a. m. 3: Up. ra. AND ALL POINTS NORTH At Homo. "Havo a story of adventure of Lr. SpotUTille How bluo and bright tho noxt to havo sprouted from tho staff of stood. 7:47 a. m. p. m. Having had an excellentseason"ou AND WEST. day's sky was as it bent lovingly St. Martin. This mlraoulous sprout . 8:27 a. m. 4:23 p. ra, Ortelii'wri' the road" with my splendid photo- about three thousund five hundred was transplanted by tho saint and Doom AilvcrtlnliiK 1'ayT Lcvrlsport Of.) a.m. 6.M p. m words. Is an account of n young over tho winter earth I graphing outfit I have now establishConnecting at Memphis with through is said to have almost instantly bc HarsTllIe tKKNTUCKY M'ADI'K 9.3.1a.m. S:30p,n in Cortland Almy felt tho ed my gallery permanently at my engineer's adventure in tho moun10.01 a. in. 5.57 - m. n Clowport como a trco, "furnishing trains to all points la James and John Dobson, two Phila- new house in Heaver Dam, Ky., where tains of Colorado, is true, and I fluences of the atmosphere sick and B,mdo for 10:2(1 a, m. a. 19 p. m, , Btcplitnspori bftml of almost might suit your paper." delphia carpet manufacturers, had a I am fully equipped for doing all 11,03 a. m. 7:04 p, m, weary hough ho was, and had fallen Irriuslon.... of ncxt d af tor Cabikinds of photographic work. Can the writer of such a letter exBrandenburg 11:23 a, in. 731 p. m. unique experience with advertising. into a brief slumber, when a buStlo 8cor trnnan,nntnA nn Wrst Tolnt U OS p. m, 8.03 p. m, Instantane- pect that his work will fiud favor in the room brought him back to tho years they have net photo's a specialty. For a number of 1,00 p.m. 8.0s p.m. Rates, Tickets, and all information ous photographs of children. Call with editors? Tho omission of tho Ar. Louisville dull sting of his wounded sldo and Stated meeting of thev Hartford maintained a store in New York to and see my work. Very truly. will, bo furnished on application to tho heavy burden of llfo. of a sentence Is ono of tho Tsalns No.M and No. Si make connection a subject I)dge, No. 675, F. & A, Masons, first sell the products of their Philadelphia A, D, Taylor, plainest evidences of Inability to Irvlngton (Sundsjr exceptrO) with Imlns ou Losll-tIIIyour nearest ticket agent. Vlstors in tho hospital. He closed Monday night in ,each month. All factory. The business was conductHardlnsliurir St Western II. R., cast and brethren are invited to attend regular. write accurate liiigiisli. T. B. LYNOH, . his eyes and bit his lip in annoyance. a ee liound. For further Information, address W. H. Williams has anything in ed in a sedate, dignified way, without W. H. Moork, W. M, Don't omit your pronouns. A wedding Jpnrty; That must bo II. O, 5IOUDUE, Oen. IVr Ag't. G.P. A., Doulsville. Ky. II. Wkinsjirimkr, Sec'y. any particular vim or enterprise, and the staple and fancy grocery line. Youth's Companlou. Lonlat ills, Kr, Alice's elder sister was u preVtv was what we wanted, girl and made a lovely bride, but Well, a change it, too, and we got you bet, Cortland had eyes for no ono but For the shops and factories all shut tho bridesmaid in tho French Lonnct down and left us in the wet, and tho fluttering veil. The banks suspended piyment.'atid I Palo as death Miss Tracy camo to lost my little all, the .bedside where tho wounded lover And the dinner pail is empty now, lay. that's hanging on the wall. "Cortlandl"sho murmured, turn- I'm dependent now on charily for the ing red and whitens she looked upon roof above my head, the pallid face and naturally brilliant And Iv'e seen my wife and children eyes. Ko hungry to their beds. "I shall soon got well now, Alice," Hut I've plenty time iorthinking, and ho said. "But I thought I was I sec it isn't strange, told thut you wero to be the bride." For I voted Democratic, just to have a little change. "Shu will never bo anyone's bride, Cortland, unless you make hasto to Yes, vc voted Democratic, and you get well," said littlo Mrs. Calton. sec the change has made, "Do you know that wo funded you A lot of hungry beggars of the dinner j bot-tin- t, reo-lvln- Cotton Bait Route Arkansas, Texas m 1 . Two Daily Tuains OUT IN OLD MlSSOUItl. PROFESSIONAL CARD. Tho Jurlro Who Thought Biblo Laws nn. S. (Jlciin, J.N. It. Wcilillng. Wero Good Enough. GLENN & WEDDING, In tho early days of Interior Missouri the lato Judge E cut cord-woocleared up his homestead farm HARTFORD, K.Y. and was employed upon one side of (Office, oer Aiulerson's IlniAAr.) nearly every ca30 that camo up, beWill practico UiejcprpXg?3i(ituinjUl ing for somo years tho only lawyer-i- n the courts of Ohio and adjoining coun- tho county. nes, anii court ot Appeals. Special Ho had no books except an old ' Icathcr-covcrc- d Biblo and nn old "1"collections. lo cnm,,,IU Prac,,ce volume or two of history similarly bound, but had read luw a short tlmo in Kentucky In his youth. Ho was very small and Insignificant in appearance, but became beforo his death a splendid lawyer and honored judge. if .itrroiti, ky. A young attorney from tho cast Will practice settled in tho littlo country town aud adjoining his profession in Ohio counties, aud court of with his library of about half a dozen Appeals. Special attention given to new and haudsomoly bound law collections. Oflico east side of public books, and on his first nppearanco square. in n case ho brought most of his library to tho justice's office in a E.D.GOFFY. n.D.niNGO fine, beautifully flowered carpet bag, popular in that day. E was ena f gaged against him, and, as usual, gmt Va had not a book. Hartford, "Kezi.fu.clcy. When his adversary carefully drow W ill practice all courts of Ohio his library from tho pretty carpet and adjoining iu counties, Superior bag and laid them on tho table E Court aud Court of Appeals. Collooked astonished, but quickly re- lections and all legal business attendcovered his ready resources and ed to. Office 329 E. Market St. asked the justice to excuse him for a few moments. Ho hurried to his R. R. WEDDING, homestead, half a mile or so away, leather-boun- d and put his old Bible nnd histories into a grain sack and brought them to court, imitating his Beavkr Dam, Ky. opponent in laying them before him Will practice his profession in ail 6n tho table. the courts of Ohio and adjoining The evidence was Introduced and counties. Also Notary Public. the eastern man being for tho plaintiff, mado tho opening argument. mado his characteristic speech E in reply, closing by reading the law from his old Biblo, just the reverse of that read by his opponent, HARTFORD, KY. and took his scat, putting his Bible Will practice his profession in all on the table. His adversary reached over and the Courts of Ohio nnd adjoining picked it up, and seeing what it was counties, and in tho Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to eagerly addressed the justice. "Your honor," said he, "this man collections. Office, in County Attor is a humbug and pettifogger. Why, nej's office,1 in Court House. sir, that is tho Biblo from which ho has protended to read law." The old justlco looked Indignant, Perry Westerfield, and, interrupting tho j'oung attorney, said: "Set down, duru ye. What better Beaver Dam, Ky. law can wo git than tho Bible?" Ho then decided tho caso in favor of tho defendant. Green Bag. LAWYERS, 4i PIIY vciorneys ff if w, Attorney at Law, Lawyer Attorney at Law. .t Great Sonxliwest. W.H. BARNES maun at uwj 8$ H WifiPPfiS (irk-elNo- DENTIST. Cotton Belt Route to-da- y. Cal-ton- t, to-da- C.Theo.Cain, be-g- in u b- to-da- u 3 0. & S. W. R, R. n lf to-da- H , Arkansas and Texas ." full-grow- I , J bo-lio- P- J i m o, 1f itt ' r tkfrKk 'J tfrriTirfr wrtfNfT'wifcifat. um i.rt,ii;HA-- r . .S..JU' XV. TTnS.fnWl RpnilhllP.n.Tl abilit' 1 I I MJ-- PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY JO. 8. ROUERM, Editor mill 2, t Proprietor Re- MORNING. .n. Friday, March 1894. What's the matter with tho publican ticket? It's all right. Ohio county's last Sheriff was named Calvin. Her next Sberifl pleads guilty of bearing tho same name. The Grayson Eagle and tho Caney ville Herald have been consolidated, nud tho latter ceases to exist, but tho Eagh soars smoothly on. Jacou Smith, tho oldest Mason in tho United States and tho oldest Methodist in Kentucky, died at Dan-vill- o Thursday nigit, aged 97. The Democrats got mad because with about one hundred majority in Congress they could uot get a quor um, and they resorted to a wholesale arrest of absent members and finally backed down. tho truth when it speaks of the Republican primaries So iar in Ohio county last Saturday. informed tho Republicans of we aro tho county have never at any time 111 tho history of the party held a primary election, as it ever is to Tub Metmgcr is just about as near horror.andAraericawith the rest, when a few months ago the Etiglisu House of Commons engaged in a free for all Dem-ociatfight, but it is reserved for this ours to even surCongress of pass the mother country in the stigma, which attaches to tho nation in view of its riotious statesmanship. The world held up its hands in ic our nominees are tho proper thing to named and now do is to go to work and elect them. We cannot sit still and win for the enemy is lull of tricks, but by a strong and steady nud intelligent effort listening to no bickerings aud forgetting self we can win and win Will you do your part? ' "", It would be amusing, if it were not disgusting, to see in a policy sheet, at one time the most heartless denuncia tion of an opposing political organua tiou and its leaders, and in tho short space of a few months the most cringg references ing, fawning, and leaders. to the very Bame party It's plain, however, to the mau up a tree. Republicans, Passes in a romarkablo degree tbo confidence of tho people. Ho is also a farmer. Cal P. Kcown, tho nominee for Sheiifl, is a very modest man, but ucverthclcss one of much true worth and merit. Ho is well qualified to discharge the duties of tho office and besides is a man of many friends. He is a farmer, The nominee for Assessor, N. C. Daniel, needs only tho introduction of tlioso who know him best as a testimony of his rare qualities. He was born aud reared on a farm, but was for a time engaged in merchandising. Everybody Knows and loves John W. Black, tho popular candidate for Jailer, and when tho vote is counted in November his opponent will think that not only do people love John Black, but that they all likewise vote He has always been a for him. farmer. G. S. Fitzbugh, nominee for .Surveyor, u one of the county's best and most successful teachers, and is especially well qualified to discharge the duties of the office for which he was nominated. Tho nominee for Coroner, G. C. Westerlield, is well known throughout tho county, is an honest, upright, industrious citizen, and is by profession a painter, having, however, like his colleagues, been born and reared on the farm. From the above it will be seen that all the candidate were born and spent their boyhood days, at least, upon tho farm, in fact all of tnem grew to manhood there. Counting Judge Morton as a farmer, which is fair, for the reason that was his calling at the time of his election counting him then five of the candidates are farmers still, one of the remaing two being a teacher and the other a painter. With such good men and these as standard bearers nothing should binder the party lrotn winning success in November. Rrpiihllcnn t'oniuilttt-- Meeting. The members of the newly elected Republican County Executive Committee are called to meet in Hartford on Monday, March 26, for the purpose of permanent organization, electing Chairman and Secretary and transacting other important business. In the meantime the various committeemen are requested to send in their names and post office addressess to the undersigned. A full attendance on the Resd'y, 26th is earnestly requested. W. A. GmsoN, REPUBLICANS IN TOWN. They Hold the Largest Delegated Convention Ever Held in the Court Houso. ftoiiivHplcjr HptccheN Mini Time Uenrrnlly Ticket. A nml filoxt NlroiiK Pursuant to call the Republicans of Ohio county met in Court House Monday evening at 1:30 o'clock in Delegated Contention for the purpose of nominating candidates for the various offices to be filled at the coming Ing election in November. Considering the inclement weather the crowd was immense. Promptly at 1 130 o'clock Chairman J. S. R. Wedding called the meeting to order, and Secretary Alex Darnett At read the call of the Convention. the close of the reading Mr. Wedding made a clear cut and ringing Republican speech, full of vim and enthusiasm. The speech was well received. Mr. Wedding closed his remarks that the Executive Commitce presents the nameof Mr. S. B. Bishop, of McIIenry Precinct, as Chairman On motion his of the Convention. was made unanimous. nomination Mr. Bishop made a few appropriate remarks in accepting the chair and called for nominations for Secretary. Jo. B. Rogers was elected Secretary and W. A. Gibson Assistant Secretarg whereupon the Convention proceeded to select two County Committeemen from the county at large, as members of the County Executive Committee. Nominations being in order the names of W. S. Gains, W. A. Gibson and Perry Westerfield were presented and a call of the vote of the various precincts resulted In the selection of W. A. Gibson nnd Perry Westerfield. The following is a list ofthc county Committeemen as reported: East Hartford D. C. Black. West Hartford E. D. Gufly. Sulphur Springs J. H. Thomas. Beda C. M. Barnett. Forduvllle Sam Kcown, Sr. Shreve P. A. Moxley. Horse Branch W. S. Byers. Select-Jo- hn W. King. Cromwell S. I.. Stevens. Cool Springs James Hoops. Rockport William Williamson, Rosine R.C. Jarnagin. Beaver Dam Nicholas Barrass. McIIenry ?am H. Bishop. Centertown John W. Bishop. Mngan, Abbieville, Ilartlctts, Aetnaville and Sriiallhous reported no Committeemen. " The Centertown Spring School will I'd like to be the monstrous p.tlr of sleeves Upon her shoulder, And then in wealth voluminous love I would enfold her. ol begin the first Monday In March.wlth MlsaSudlc Anderson, of Klnderhook, as teacher. She is well qualified nnd in every way is a most excellent young lady. Mrs. Mahaln Smith, wife of James Smith, n former resident of this coun- r I Hint. I'd like the belt around her waist, Oh joy, oh rapture! I'd like to he her dainty veil, and then A kiss I'd capture. to lie I'd like to be the slipper nigh. on her foot, My grace revealing, I'dliketobc the wrap she wears nt Mr. H. Symott B1tlmore,Md. Around her stealing. But I'd not be the bonnet on her head, Although I love her, For if my love should place me there, That Tired Feeling -- Severe Headaohca, No Appetite Bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla Bring Back Now Life. " C. I. Ilood a Co., Lowell, Mm. lx 1 Run Down I'd feel So much above her. ' ty, now living near Calhoon, McLean county, died last Wednesday nnd the remains were interred at the Chlnn burying ground, near Liberty Church, on Thursday evening. She wns a most estimable woman nud had many friends in this county who with the family mourn iter loss. Her two sons, Worth and Wayne, were nmong the county's best citizens. The family and friends who came up with the Friday. home corpse returned Peace to her ashes. yh yCol. Wedding made a motion that hand-semel- y. half-lickin- Perry Wr.STKurir.LD, Committemen at Large. is the day set by the the great that bo for nowers wool Democratic Ohio county aud altopulling, aud a most lively gether "unauimous"time is expected. Let only good men be nominated, for the Republicans wish the honor of defeating no other kiud, and if by chance some Democrat should slip into the county crip in November the people could console themselves with tho though that he was all right as a mau even though ho might possess great quantities of political depravity. of the Democratic party has had a lowering effect on the The rule country. There has been a lowering of wages, n lowering of the piices on farm products, a lowering of cash in tho Treasury, a loweiing of public confidence and of prosperity, and a lowering of tho natioual flag under humiliating circumstauces. Per contra, there has been an increase iu some things, for iustanca of tho public debt at tho rate of more that per annum, an increase of unemployed workmen, at least in a single year, and an inof privation and suffering excrease ceeding that of any previous period NasJiville in the nation's history. Republican. $70,-000,0- 00 folks who iuto mountains in magnify their estimation of immoralities, but then there aro other folks far more daugerous to the welfare of good morals who are willing to minimize iu order to mountains into mole-hillappear to be what they are not. Tho trouble with tho set of pretentious moralists who howl every time vice gets a slap, is one of two thiugs. Either the pretense of being friendly to good morals is'Ja sham or else the howlers aro afraid to say what they know to be true, neither horn of tho dilemma being desirable to manly conscientious courage nor fealty to duty. There may bo some mole-hill- s s OUR NOMINEES. The ticket nominated at the Convention Mouday is 0110 of tho strongest ever placed before tho voters ol the county, and when tbo returns comoin in November they will bring with them tho fact of Republican victory. John P. Morton has served a little more than three years as County Judge, and has given general satisfaction in tho dischariro of the duties of his office. Before his election to the office ho now fills and 111 which he asks for au indorsement ,he had always been a farmer, D. M. Hocker, the candidate for County Clerk, is one of tho beat men He was born and in tho county. reared on the farm, taught school und filtered business, in ull of which ho Ho possesses has been successful. undoubted qualifications tor tho position of County Clerk, E. P. Neul, candidate- for County Attorney, is a young mail of eminent Cap Colbert has returned from Lewisport. Mr. Dempsey Howard, who has been in Evansville Jor several days, returned home Saturday. Mr. Clint Roberts, of Owensboro, has puchased the mineral right on Mr. Charlie Hardin's farm. Vanie Newton, of Aetnaville, was in town Saturday. Mr. Marion Haynes, who has been confined to his room for the past week, isable to be out again. Misses Emma Kellcy and Florence Wright visited Miss Florence McCarty Friday. Mrs. Mattie Logsdon, Owensboro, visited her mother, Mrs. Craycroft, last week. Mr. Kdjager, of Reynolds, is in town. Mr. A. R. Mills is very sick at this writing. Master James Kelley, who was some time since, is having a very serious time with his arm. Miss Florence Wright is contemplating opening a spring school here the first of March. Mr. Ernest Hicks has resigned his position here as depot agent and has gone to Owensboro where he has seposition in cured a more lucrative the Messenger office. He is a clever young man and made many friends in this place. His friends were sorry to see him leave, but wish him all the success that his heart crave?. Mr. John l'earce, formerly of Davidson Station, has accepted the of depot agent at this place. It is with woman as with flowers. She needs lender care and protection to keep her pure nature from being sullied by contact with those whose social position is below her in every respect, and it seems strange that some young ladies who are talented and admired should select for their companions such young gentlemen that they positively know will seek to degrade them in the eyes of their friends. This is the case with a young lady in this place, and while she thinks that she is deceiving the people she is the only one who is mistaken. I do not wish to speak disparagingly of any lady, but would like to get her to stop and think and The am sure she will see her error. world is quick to judge, and it is the duty of every gentleman to shield and protect any lady, who with eyes blinded to the truth, is rushing toward a deep abyss where if she plunges over no human aid can lift her hack iuto the light of former days. This is written in all kindness, but I sincerely ask those whom the shoe fits to wear it. rac-ciliatpo-siti- deam:fii:i. a Committee of six as a Committee on Resolutions, which carried and tke Chair apooint-e- d Col. J. S. R. Wedding, Jo. B. Rocers. C. T. Whittinehill, S. L. Stevens, R. R. Wedding and A. W. Black. While the Committee was out E. D. Gufly and C. M. Barnett were called and made good speeches, which were roundly- applauded. The Committee announce l ready and made the following report, which was unanimously adopted: We, the Republicans of Ohio county in Convention assembled, would resolve 1. That we indorse the call under which this Convention is held. our allegiance 2. That we to the principles of the Republican party as set forth in our National Platform of 1892. 3. That we commend to the people the financial and industrial policy under which the United States, in little more than a quarter of a century, came to be the first Nation of the world as regards intelligence and both aggregate and diversified wealth, and condemn the policy of the Democratic party, the mere threatening of the putting into operation which has occasioned the most destructive panic and greatest business depression in the history of the coun- the Chair appoint - try- Country Jay. "All run down" from the weakening effects of warm weather, you need a Llo d purifier good tonic and Do not like Hood's Sarsaparilla. Numerous little put oil taking it. ailments, if neglected.will soon break up the system. Take Hood's Sarsa-parilnow, to expel distasc and give you strength and appetite. TlieNirliiK Medicine la IIoon'8 Piu.s are the best cathartic and liver me Heine. ss, reliable, sure. family II inn-I- t 4. That we condemn the present Administration for its wanton disregard of the rights of the old soldier and demand that every honorably discharged soldier be granted a just and liberal pension. 5. That we condemn the Democratic nartv for its blundering manage ment of State and National affairs, and insist that the interests of the people would be best subserved under the control of the Republican party6. That to this end we invite all good men regardless of former party affiliations in accord with these sentiments to aid us in our effort to the State aud Nation from the hands of that party which has signal-l- y failed to give us good and wise government. On motion, a call for the instructed vote of each precinct for the various candidates was made. Pending the call Mr. M. L. Hcavrin withdrew his name as a candidate lor County Attorney, and moved that the nomination of K. P. Ncal be made unanimous, which carried. The vote in the Precinct Conventions showing 'Heav- rin 18 and Ncal 44. The call proceeded and resulted as follows: For County Judge John P. Morton 39, J. A. Park 19, D. F. Tracy 3. this week. For County Clerk D. M. Hocker Mrs, J. Will Cooper has purchased 41, J. W. Tichenor 21. For Jailor J. W. Black 40, J. E. a new piano from the Baldwin Co. Ashby 6, W. II. Lyons 9, II D. Mr. W. A. Gibson passed through Smith 7. on his way to our town For Sheriff C. P. Keown 62. county. For Assessor N. C. Daniel 38, G. There are some girls in town who Royal 24. have been talking about what has For Surveyor G. S. Fitzhugh 36, been published In the Beaver Dam Ed Davidson 13, Silas Stevens 3, N. notes. They say they would not Moxley 3. personate the boys so much were they For Corner G. C. Westerfield 51, writing from Beaver Dam. I expect L. W. Hunt 11. I have said too much about the boys . Total delegated vote of the county, but hadn't thought of it. Well, girls according to the call for the ConvenI' will try to do better In the future. I tion, being 63 and necessary for a will only say that you who do not choice, 32, the instructed vote resultapprove of what I write had .better be ed in nominating candidates for all careful to whom, and at whose house the ofilceSj without a second call of you speak of this. the precincts and by reference to figSCHOOL NOTES. ures above it will be seen that the Mr. Alvin Johnson, who has been candidates were chosen as fellows: on the sick list for a few days, is in ' County Judge John P. Morton. school again. County Clerk D. M. Hccker. Messrs. Albert London and Arthur County Attorney K. P. Neal. Hunt were not in school Monday and County Jailer John W. Black. Tuesday on the account ofsickness. County Sheriff" C. P. Keown. Mr. Tom Brown visited his home County Assessor N. C. Daniel, G. S. Fitzhugh. at Rockport Saturday and Sunday. County Surveyor Mr. Julian and Miss Ella Sowders County Coroner G. C, Westerfield. are not in school this week. . Aetnaville Precinct with ot e vote The R. 15. (J. Literary Society had a was not represented. After the announcement of the call meeting Tuesday at noon for the the Precinct vote, on motion the nom- purpose of transacting some necessaination ot each candidate chosen was ry business that had been left over I Aran. from last meeting. made unanimous by acclamation to-da- y Muh-lenbur- g "DewSlrn Befor using Hood'i Btrupt-rlt- u Which are you In, dear reader? I u frequently ilek and did not know AN NOUNOEMENTT: "The first ten years of a iinn's life lie what wki the, mitur with tne. On day I would feet io tired 1 could hwdly lUnd, the next I I is the sweetest thing on earth; the FOK t.TY JI1IHJK. would hT a Mrer headMho wid o on. net next ten he is the most worthless; the knowing wfettUi next diy would bring forth. WK Alti: AUTIIOIIIZKK TO ANXHJ.Vf 1'. 1 ux appeUli and next ten lie is petted the most: the did not hT Greatly Run Down. E. T. WII.MAM8 Was next ten he is the most ucful; the 1 tried a good many tnedlclnei but they did roe As a candidate for County Judge of next ten he beuins to sec the greatest no good. Hating heard great deal about Ohio county, subject to the riction of ....... nun. inr ... . tifirr iii, M, ia i Hood's BariaDarlna I decided to try a bolUe. I the Democratic party. rrM,i,i.i3 .... l. i .. .IUUUIV.1) .U. Tiif. magistrates and constaiii.es. the most ncg'.eetel culture in the tor ' FOR JAII.r.ll. .' The Magisterial Conventions held world." to ay I toon relt better. I hare now Wu Awn AUTitoni7.cn to announci; am glad before the hour at the Court House, uied alx bottlei and (eel aa well as em. It ha J. M, Caskiiii:u of the County Convention, resulted as Dr. J. S. Coleman has a very inter- been ot neat benefit to tna at I hare regained As a candidate for the office my appetite and of Jailor follows: esting photograph representing a bapof Ohio county, subject to the nctiou Now Injoy Good Health. A. S. tismal service. Hartford: For Magistrate The occasion was I ran strongly recommend Hood's Sarsapiullla of the Democratic patty. M. Svmons, Aull For Constable Hosea Shown. that of the baptizing at the close of at an excellent blood medicine."Marylantt. wa Atiqullh Street, Ualtlrmire. We nrc authorized to announce Cromwelft For Magistrate Jont B' the Doctor's very successful meeting 'Hood's PHI aft easily, yet promptly and H. P. Watts Wilfcon Constable R. B. Martin. at Pleasant Ridge last December. cffldcntly, 'u the liver and bowoli. S3o. As a candidate for the oflice of J.iilcr Maglstarte C. L. There was a light snow mon the Rosine; For of Ohio county, subject to the action Woodwatd For Constable Theiuas ground. Doctor Coleman nnd two of of the Democratic party. the candidates arc standing in the Allen. Buford and Fordsville held no water while the spectators are look roK --iauinthatk. We nre authorized to announce Conventions, but will make nomina- ing on. Considering thedisadvantages II. F. McCoumick tions at some future time. under which the artist labored the Of Beda, as a candidate for the office The County candidates made appro- picture is really fine. of Magistrate in the Hartford Magispriate speeches accepting their nomiterial District, subject to the nctiou nations and the largest delegated In view of the recent snow the folof the Democratic party. Convention ever held in lowing may be appropriate: County '. OR rot'NTY ATTOK.VKY. the county adjourned. Just room for two, not too much room, WK AKK A(!TIIOItl.i:i TO announui: I tuck her in all snug and warm, S. B. Bisiior, Ch'Bi'n. I'm conscious ol her hair's perfume F. L. Fixix Jo. B. Rooms, Sw'y. And of the nearness of her arm, As a candidate for County Attorney is W. A. GmsoN, Assist. Sec'y. I shake the lines out free and gay, of Ohio county, subject to the nctiou The sleigh bells chime ami we re KlNOMtllOOK. ofthc Democratic party. away. Miss Tula Bennett, of Beda, spent Saturday night and Sunday in this Across the crisp and glittering snow, Fllt ANHKftftOH, Leaving behind the city street. vicinity, the guest of Miss Prudie V,AKK AITHOKIX.D TO ANNOUNCK Its garish glare and noise we go Baird. Di:i; L. Mimj'.k Into the darkness still aud sweet; Miss Oma Smith and Mr. James R. And here and therea household gleam As a candidate for Assessor of Ohio county, subject to the action of the Williams made a pleasure trip to Flits by us in a flying dream. Democratic patty. if Owensboro last week. How speed the horses gayly driven, Wrt AKK AUTIIOUI7.KII TO ANNOONCIi II. A. Baiid and wife have moved bells clattersilvcry mirth, Thesweet indus-triou- s, to Daviess county, . where they will And every star is white In heaven Jons M. Liiacii And every field is white on earth, As a candidate for Assessor of Ohio make their home for the present year. county, subject to the action of the Owing to the Holiness meeting, How dark the brightness seems, how bright. Democratic party. which was held at Mt. Herman the The darkness of the winter night. latter part of last week, Brother McK NIIKMIt't. We pass the otien road like wind, Afee failed to fill his appointment WK AKK AUTIIOIIIKII TO ANNOUNCK But in the dim and shadowy lanes at Alexander last Sunday. But we Our wild pace slackens and I find J. I'. Stkvknh will be gla 1 to hear him in the near One hand enough to hold the reins, As a candidate for Sheriff of Ohio And, somehow, when I try to scak, future. county, subject to the action of the My words arekiss(Sonhcrcheclc Democratic party. Mrs. S. L. Baird was called to the bed tide of her father, Mr. Jo Jeff Ah, life is fair in many ways, And full of dear enchanting hours, Bennett, who is quite sick at this And love is sweet in summer days writing. 'Mid blossoming paths und sylvian The Writing School, which is bebowers, Davis, of But let me choose all bliss above ing conducted by Mr. Dock And sleigh ride with the girl Hove. Beda, at Alexander Schoo-house- , is progressing nicely. Bill "Nye" Hardwick, since I gave We learn that the Williams boys have sold thfer farm to Alonzo Shown. his sign to the public has The reading now is: "Don't While we regret to lose these noble it. young men, we welcome Mr. Shown munckie with this, Bekau.c it don't with the hearty welcome of a neigh- Koncerne u." bor. If Madam Rumor is right Mr. In the County Court Clerk's Office Shown will not live alone long, but soon take one of the fairer sex to are some very old books and in the will shate his joys and sorrows through record of the allowances made by the , Ou.Tt-7-.-to- r County Court for the year of 181 1 is life. Azx3rtl3.1-p.8- ; Miss Gertrude Mills has returned an item ns follows: To Peter Hodges to her home after closing a five for one giowu wolf scalp, $z. And the Court for 181 7 made this allowmonths school near Magan. Stella Tanner, from above ance: To Thomas Ross for repairing Miss town, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. the screw far making impressions in the County Court, $1. Allen Anderson, at this writing. m Mi s Sudie Anderson will leave for Centertown Sunday, where she will First Party, Second Party, Third open a spring school on the 5M1 Inst. Party, and in fact, all parties Daisy Dkanr. ut up their horses atCasebier & Burf ton's stable when they come to HartIlKAVKK lASI. ford and all ways get good accommoWe had a huge attendance at Sundations. day School Sunday. Mr. E. P. Dames, of the firm of y "ia-CLtf--i e-r- a He'll l'lny Nomr More IlmncNooii. Hocker & Co., took a crowd of boys EDUCATIONAL COURANT. and girls sleigh riding Sunday afterCupid is playing havoc with the noon. Not long Fred Taylor and C. P. teachers in Ohio county. Messrs. since Miss Lucy Townsend, one of the Austin nnd Misses Dora E. Gibson, educational leaders in that strong Bessie Nave nnd Attie Austin went to Wood-worke- r, Mrs. J. S. R. Weil-din- g Hartford Monday night to hear Bing- county, became nnd we presume will retire from ham. Bea-vo- r the pedagogical ranks and go higher Mr. A. D Taylor's meat house Miss Mollie Williams caught fire Saturday night, but caus- up, nnd now quietly asks us to send her paper to ed little or no damage. Mrs. W. Orr, Princeton. We congratThose who were on the sick list, ulate both, or rather we cangrntulnte last week, are reported to be somethe fortunate gentlemen who occasion what better. the promotion of these ladies from the Miss Leslie Hays, ol Rochester, is rostrum of the school-rooto the I visiting her sister, Mrs. J. P. McKen-ney- , queenship ol a home. ,, ....., I Hood'sCures It the opinion of WGKKNER, the Hoot and Shoe Man that folks would get on hotter they were honest, more attended more closely to their own business. Do you catch? ATTENTION FARMERS! II yoix Tra,xi.t to 3Bu.3r A. - STJLXSET - FLOW, OR A DISK HARROW Or if You Want or AT in tJa.e BOTTOM - PRICES FOR CASH- Don't fall tO ol" J. D. WILLIAMS, Dam, X.y. General Blacksmith and Surprise Washing Machine, Steel Single Trees and Hoes. IT- - THEM! mmmiMiimiasm TOTZ Livery and Feed Stable. First-clas- s Turnouts at Reasonable Rates. Best Rigs in Town. ' Special attention given to traveling men. w. ATW-""!!- - "W iS iV ' v. 1 Call on L. B, Stevens for your ceries. L. B. Stevens'. gro- Finest candies and fruits in town at Miss Lula Carson went to Louisville Wednesday. C R. Martin wants to sell you a new clock. Cheap for cash. L. B. Stevens will sell you groceries cheaper than anybody else. Circuit Court Clerk G. went to Owensboro Wednesday. Casebier &" Burton's 'bus meets all daily trains also meets all night trains by special arrangements Remember the old reliable Jeweler, it still at A.D. White's to do the best and cheapest ready watch repairing of all kinds. Also will sell you anything in the jewelry line low at cash price. Messrs. B. D Ringo and W. M. Fair went to Davidson Station Wednesday to invoice the stock of F. M. Petty who recently made an assignment. Mr. Fair returned Wednesday night and Mr. Ringo Thursday. Surveyor J. B. Wilson went out to Beaver Dam Wednesday, where he made some surveys in the case of the Town Trustees against some of the citizens. The muddle is causing no little interest The protracted meeting at the Baptist Church begins just one week nrght. Rev. Fred D. ffrom Hale, Owensboro, ts to assist Dr. Coleman. All christian people are invited to attend and take an active part in the meeting. C R. Martin, B. Likens EARLY DFVfiLXXl. SPRING HOODS. Have this week placed on their counters a early spring goods, including brown and bleached domestics, plajn and fancy shirting, table linens, napkins, oil cloths, pripts, ginghams, satincs, princess duckings, cashmeres, woolen dress goods in all the spring shades, notions of every kind. Dress trimmings in the latest novelties, Hercules' brands in cotton and silk, serpentine brands, silks, velvets, etc., every thing suitable for spring wear. lot plain BROS, cfc OO. shipment or c'scs. Their program was very interesting and well rendered Miss Katie Coombes, teacher in the Primary Department, is in Louisville this week. Mr. and Mrs. 8. K. Cox visited the school last Tuesday. Prof. J. W. Lytic conducted .the exercise at the College Wednesday morning. He made nil excellent talk and gave Rome wholesome advice to those endeavoring to educate themselves. Miss Ruth Coombes has charge of the Primary Department this week. Mr. G. W. Keele. who has been attending school here, left for his home at Clarksvillc, Tenn., yesterday. J. A, Westerfield, Pleasant Ridge, is a new student in the Collegiate Department. X. Remember that 0. L. Fieln is the place to get a good feed for your horse. Remember that C. L. Field's 'bus will meet all day trains next week. Leave your orders at his stable. A (JhoNt in Ihclnll. Since the death of the lunatic, Shcl-to- n at the Jail, an account of which appeared in our last week's issue, parties still confined in jail have been disturbed, they say, by a ghost. While Shclton was confined here he was locked at night in a cell to himself and he would call the attention of the other inmates of the jail by rattling the chain of his door.and during theday he would call by means of a small stick with which he would rap on the wall or cell bars. The men in jail say that the next night alter Shelton's death several distinct were heard. Instead of growing better, however, things have grown decidedly worse. They complain of hearing, rappings and chains rattling and voices and seeing lights and having somebody walking over them when in bed and various other uncanny things. There is just about as much reality in this tile, no doubt, as there are in any ghost story, which is to say very little or none at all, but it is told here for what it is worth. rap-piu- Xj- - O'S. H7wV IT LOOKS DARK tunny uenkor nlllna Dr. l'lcrcos Farurlto I'rcHcrltitlon comes to her ncl. For " feinnlo complaints " of every kind, periodical palni, Internal inllammntlon weak-ures- Q UjIR The Sooioty of Pretty Littlo Lassies Entortain at woman, tick l r Jl ICPO II T OF THE Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK At tho Oloso of Businoss on 23d day of Docom- bor, 1803. College Hall. Orcein .1 I.ttrif Auilli'iirp -- TI10111 mill i:hiijmii I'lii i4 1'rflKritni. or ulceration, scnsatloni, nnd nil chronlo mm Kiaurn Hint If nnn bo runranterd. If It ilovm't lioncfit or euro, in tho caw of orory tlrod or aflllctcd woman, iho'll hnvo lior money lwck. Tho "Proscription" builds up nnd invito-rate- s is a. Eni..aT3r eveorso. this is tho remedy. It's tho only nnd clornnco-men- mm i I white handkerchiefs, ' i 1 " fancy bordered " extra fine plain " imported " " M 5C worth " 5c, loc ioc 15c 40c 50c " " it loc 25c 40c i 1 it ii ii " " " " men's gingham bordered handkerchiefs 5c, sold everywhere (or 10. Extra quality ladles black hose, 20c sold everywhere for 25c. Children's hose, double hect and knee, 20c worth 35c. C. Ii. Corsets, best sold, worth $1.50, our price, $1.35. Kudlcss variety of hair pins, from 5c per dozen up to 25c Koyal kid gloves, all shades, worth Ji.oo and $125, every pair guaranteed. Our notion department is full too unity to mention ail and those who miss seeing this line and getting our prWs arc surely doing themselves an injustice. vrf 1 Ohio county is better fixed in this line. Oar one clothing is of the choicest selection, stylish garments, Wight at hard time prices. All wool suits, running from $5 to $1.8. Finest line ofladies, men's andchildren'scustom shoes to be had. Very stylish and cheap Trunks, valises telescojHis, at reduced prices. Farmers, don't fail to get our prices on Tobacco Cotton. We head them all in prices and quality. Give us a call and we will prove to you that our prices arc lower and that our goods arc superior t much tnah that you have lceu paying high prices for. Boots, Shoes No in & Clothing. List of letters remaining in the which if not call Hartford ed for in ten days,, will be sent to the dead letter office: Nellie Gray, Alex Blanford. Themia Lewis, Alonzo Ben- meter, Ivtna Rowe, James Nail, Mol lis Stout, Phillip Taylor and UUer W. H Grii'i'ik, P. M. Tinsley. Post-office, FAIR BROS. & CO PROPRIETORS OF Hartford Temple of Fashion. MAHCII 2, 1894. Look at L. B. Slevens' cutler'. New furniture at Carson & Co's. Best kid gloves at Fair Bros. &Co. Hall keeps all kinds offrei.lt meat. New dress goods at Fair Bros. & convenes next Mon- Co. Circuit Court . day, the 5th. L. B. Stevens' groceries are all Esir. A. S. Aull, Sulphur Springs,. fresh. was in town Wednesday. Clothing to fit everybody at Fair Go to II. C. Pace for anything you Bros. & Co. may need in the tonsorial line. New line of ISmbroideries at Fair Ilros. & Co. For sale: A milch cow. If you need tobacco cotton, see" CarWilliams & Bull. son & Go's. returnDr. and Mrs. I. S. Cotcman Go to W. II. Williams for cheap ed from Pleasant Ridge Wednesday. groceries. Mr. J. M. Barnett.Owcnsboro.spcnt Best line ladies fine shoes at Fair several days in the town and county Bros. & Co. ' last week. Cheapest tobacco cotton at Fair Commonwealth's Attorney J. E. Rowe, Owensboro, came up Wednes- Bros. & Co. day. Banannas, oranges, and grapes at W. IlWilllams'. Miss Sallic Cate left Wednesday for Fair C. B. Corsets, best made. Henderson, where she will letuain a & Co. sell them. mouth. Extra heavy domestic 5c. per yard Miss Katie Coontbcs left Wednesat Fair Bros. & Co. day for Louisville, where she will .spend several days. Anything you want in the grocery line at L. B. Stevens'. air. Mit Ushbrooks, living on the Don't fail to visit Carson & Co. "R. Holbrook farm, just below town, while in town Saturday. lias pneumonia. Call on W. H Williams for a good Miss Dora IS. Gibson, of. Beaver lunch while attending court. Dam High School, spent Saturday Cecil Sanders is .very sick of la and Sunday in Hartford. Owensboro Messenger. grippe. Mr. Robert Thorp and Miss Lizzie Spring ginghams, satincs, white Roberts were married at the Comgoods, dimities at Fair Bros. & Co. mercial Hotel Tuesday. Hall keeps the wonderful Japanese Wyler & Ackerland bring suit Oil and all kinds of patent medicines. against Quisenbcrry & McCuen to set aside an assignment. L. F. Hocker.of Sutherland, Daviess county, passed through town yesterDr. J. II. White, who fell and broke his ankle three weeks ago, is out on day. crutches and will soon be fully reMrs. T. C. Carson, of the No. Creek I Hall wants a few small fat hogs. Mrs. Ben Roby, daughter of Mr. S. L. Baird, Kinderhook, died at her home in Owensboro Monday night. of Mr. Jo. She was a grand-daughtwho died on tliat day, Jeff Bennett, Monday. She had many friends and relatives in this county, who with her family mourn her loss. Several days of last week were consumed in taking depositions before Special Commissioner, G. B. Likens, in the case of The Trustees of the Town of Beaver Dam vs. J. Will Coop-c- r Messrs. for cost of brick walks. Guffy & Ringo represent the plaintifl and Messrs. Taylor & Mcllenry the defendant. In giving the result of the Precinct Convention in reference to the race for County Attorney in Tuesday's lixtra we made a mistake. The vote should have been iS lor Heavrin and pres44 for Neal. No delegates were from iEtnaville but it is reported ent that the precinct instructed for Heav- rin. The firm of Stevens & Collins, gro cerymen and meat men, lias dissolved, Mr. R. T. Collins selling his entire interest to 'his partner, Mr. L. Mr. Stevens will conD. Stevens. tinue business at the same old stands, where he will always be found ready nnd willing to serve you. Mr. Collins has not yet decided what he will do. Our young friend, Ir. A. K. Ward, ofKindcrhook, has accepted a position with the C. E. Meisse School Supply Company, of Columbus, O., and will leave next Monday for where he will enter, the Agent. Lonnie field as a has many friends in this locality, whose wishes for his success accom pany him in his field of labor. Eliza-bcthtow- n, d AniMiliiiliiii Atolitnl. Although James Thomas, who had his ankle crushed nearly a year ao by being thrown from a horse, has been out on the streets for some time and has in fact been in school for several months, his parents and physicians have feared that at last they would have to resort to amputation, A meetings of the physicians, Drs. J. E. and IS. B. Pendlaton and J. T. Miller, was held Wednesday morning with a view to proceeding with the operation. James was put under the influence of chloroform, and after close examination it was determined to make auother effort to save the limb, and a long gash was cut in the ankle when a detached piece of bone about an inch and three quarters long by an inch wide and a half an inch thick was found and removed. This piece had prevented healing, and now that it is removed the physicians are sanguine of recovery. Mrs. E. D. GufFywent to Louisville yesterday. m went to Memphis Monday night. Mr. Field returned Tuesday night while Mrs. Field wentbn a visit to Hillsboro, Texas. Plenty of room for your horses Monday at C. L. Field's stable. Mr. C. L. Field and wife covered. I Mr. V. II. leisure and Miss Bettic When you com: to Court next Ninto, two estimable young people, were married at the home of the Monday leave your horse at Casebier I o . ... w1 J ....1 bride last Sunday. Tim Rrpuumcan oc n tor aurion a r goout iceu uuu juuu attention. extends congratulations. I 1 t'ollfRO Hnppeulnto. The past two weeks have been un usually busy ones in sohool.hence we( have not had time to furnjsh the usual items gathered about the College. The little folks of the Primary DeMarriage license: V. H. Leisure to Come to Carson & Co. for dry goods, manifested their patriotism Miss Bettic Nimo, Robert Thorp to notions, clothing, furniture, grocer- - partment by celebrating Washington.s birth.-da- y Miss Lizzie Roberts, Leslie Taylor to I ies, and in fact everything kept in a with very appropriate exercises. Colored Reecc first-clas- s general store, Miss Sue Hinton. Dr. Alexander spent last week in & Co. Render. Carson Rowe to Mrs. Eliza Frankfort, the guest of Mcllenry View.Tex.', Mr. Jo. B. Leach, Plain Mr. Leslie Taylor and Miss Sue Rhoads, Esq. sou of Mr. John M. Leach, Beaver Hinton were married yesterday at the The Entettainment given by the R. J)am, and who was crippled last No- - home of Deputy Sheriff Jo. Tom E. C's., last Friday evening, was in a fall from a wagon, is lor, Westerfield. They are worthy every way creditable to the young fllowlyiniproving, and hopes are now ' young people and enter life with ladies composing that body. I bright prospects. The Chemistry Class, in charge of cnUrtalncd of his entire recovery. Prof, Foster, gave an instructive enMr. W. A. Gibson, the popular . Mr, L. T. Barnard, of the Horton tertainment at College Hall Saturday Agent for the .United States School country, was burning broom sedge night. Supply Company, left Wednesday for last Friday, when the fire spread to The Bingham Entertainment, MonMuhlenbergw county, - where he will . an adjoining field on the farm of r day night, under the auspicies of the represent the above. turned Company Sheriff J. P. Stevens, and three good Adelphian'LiterarySociety, was highstacks of hay were burned. in the School Supply business. ly enjoyed and will long be rememMessrs. Quisenbcrry & McCuen. bered by all present. F. M. Petty, merchant at Davidson Prof. J. D. Coleman, Frankfort, Station, filed o deed of assignment merchants of Pordsville, made an asMonday, with B. D. Ringo assignee. signment to Jo. B. Vickers last Fri- made a splendid.talk at General "X" Assets about $800, liabilities about day. Assets and liabilities about last Friday morning The O. L. C. Society celebrated the $1,200. This is a surprise to Mr. equal. These are two worthy young Petty's many friends throughout the, men and their misfortune is to be birthday of Henry W. Longfellow Monday ,night with appropriate exer- sincerely regretted. county. I neighborhood, who has been quite sick for some time, is no better. Mr. Ben Raley, of the Shinkle Chapel neighborhood, died Monday night at his home of pneumonia. Mr. Raley was married about one year ago to Miss Francis Shaver, and started life with buoyant prospects of a long and prosperous career. He was one of the county's best young men, and a host of friends and relatives sympathize with the wife in her sad bereavement. Rev. W. 'D. Cox, of the Daviess County Baptist Association, was set apart to the gospel ministry at 'Bells Run Tuesday. Among tlie ministers who took part in the exercises were, Dr. J. S. Coleman, Hartford; Revs. Fred D. Hale and E H. Maddox, Owensboro; and Rev. B. F. Jenkins, Habit. Rev. Cox will be called to the new Adaburg Baptist Church. It will be remembered that Ero. Cox was lately a Methodist preacher and joined the Baptist Church. Trusters uTOhlo Coiinly. 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. Please examine these goods before purchasing your school supplies. Our agent will call on you soon with samples of the goods and at the same time show you letters of recommendations from your State and County Superintendents, together 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. To I lie . m . Photographer W.'F. Kennedy, of Leitchfield, is in the city and will remain several days. m m Come one, come Till and see the great show of horses at C. L. Field's Monday. Perfumes. H omo-T1a- de Not so many years ngo tho refined woman was content to simply sprln-kl- o her kerchief of laco, mull or linen with her favorite pdrfumc. her bath is not comploto until she has used a rinso water into which has been generously dropped somo fraTo-da- y grant toilet water. Spraying face, throat and hands is soothlug when shois weary, and upon many women a dclicato odor acts as a tonic. It is quito tho thing now to use home-mad- e perfumes. Writers und extracts can, n this way, bo kept upon tho toilet stund at a comparatively small cost. An excellent Florida water may bo secured by dissolving a half ounco each of oil 'of lemon, lavender and bergamot and n half drachm of oil of cloves and oil of cinnamon in ono quart of nlnoty per' cent, alcohol, to which lius been added a half yullonof filtered water.' Golden Days. ' To Wrap tho Baby Up In. not rabbit skin, but of downy quilts, beneath which tho sleepy crib cherub is smuggled. Thick velvet flauncl, creum-colorejimt No. and pinked nt tho edges, Is bordered KAUMN'GTOtf nUIS all round with fluffy whito swans-dow"The Compromise of life," Mr. two strips of' the puff-bafur crossing each other in tho center, Henry Wntterson's new lecture, is running from corner to corner, said to be better than his "Money A trillo elaborate ns'tlds may seero, and Morajs." Without questioning deit is really as practical as It Is his mqneyorhis morals, weare inclinlightful to loolr.upon, for when tho quilt noils tlio swnnsdown is easily ed to believe what is said of it to be stripped off und tho flannel washed true as nicely as linen. This timo - it is the- downiest At 7 o'clock Tuesday night the crowd began to gather nt College ItEHOUllCES. tho entire femilo system. It regulates Hall, the occasion bsing the Longfeland promotoM nil tho projwr unctloni, imLoans and Discounts, les low Entertainment given by the young proves digestion, enriches tho blood, dispels loans to Directors . .$54,127.50 ladies composing the O. L. C. Litera- nchoa nnd palni, brines refreshing sleep, and Loans to Ditectors (officers restores health nnd strength. Nothing elo, though it may bo better for ry Society, and by 7:30 the bewitchnot included . 600.00 n tricky dmler to bo " Just as good " Overdrafts, secured . , . 1,412.00 ing little ushers, or rather usheresscs, for you to buy. tell, am Overdrafts, unsecured . . 568.48 had packed the immense audience inUso tho ercnt specHlc for "cold in head" Due from National Banks 15,759.11 and catarrh Dr. Bago's Catarrh Itemody. to the Hall like sardines in a box. Due from State banks and The crowd grew impatient for the Bankers 108 00 QUARTERLY REPORT Banking house and lot . . 3,000 00 opening and often broke into enthusSpecie 1,398-9iastic cheering. Promptly nt 7:45 the 01' ami: Currency 5,017.00 members of the Society, about twenty Other items carried as cash 50.00 in number, filed on to the rosttum Furniture and Fixtures . . 1,50000 Taxes paid nnd were seated. 01' 134.05 Current expenses 1,768.56 "The Morning of His Life" was an instructive sketch of the early life of At the close of Business on $35.443.67 the poet told in n very pleasing mantho 23d day of Docora--- r LIABILITIES. Then folner by Miss Lyda Morton. bor,1893. Capital stock paid in, in cash$25, 000.00 lowed the rendition of the beautiful Surplus fund RES0URCES7 5,250.00 song, "The Bridge" by the Society. Undivided profits . . . . 6,312.33 "Flowers from His Gardens of Song" Loans and discounts, less Due Depositors 18,830.36 loans to Directors . . $68,304.80 DueSt'tebanks&Sftcb'k'rS was the title of a 'good selection of 50.98 Loans to Directors (officers choice gems from the works of the great not included joG.oo $85.443.67 writer read by Miss Lena Carson. Loans to Officers 400.00 State oi Kentucky, s Miss Mattie Bennett in a simple and Overdrafts, secured . . . 1.93". 35 County op Ohio. ) 437.06 pleasing style portrayed the beauties Overdrafts, unsecured . . John II. Barnes, Cashier of Beaver Due from Iat. Banks . . 5,966.74 sweetest Due from St'c B'ks& B'k'rs of Longfellow's saddest 483. 2S Dam Deposit Bank, n bank located poem, Evangeline. Miss Jessie Smith Hanking house nnd lot . . 3000.00 and doing busines in the town of 111 her own bewitching way sangH Stocks and Bonds . . . . 1,341.67 .Beaver Dam,in saidcounty.being du2,718.78 ly sworn, says that the foregoing re"Daisy Bell," and was loudly en- Specie port is in all respects a true statement Currency int 2,260.00 cored. Miss Edna Griffin had an Exchanges for Clearings . 2.145.59 of the condition of the said bank at teresting and well delivered essay on Other items carried as cash 1,367.49 the close ot business on the 23d day the "Old Wooden House by the Sea." Furniture and Fixtures . . 1,000.00 ol December, 1893, to the best of his 145.97 knowledge nnd belief; and further says "The Old Clock on the Stairs" was Taxes paid . . 1,088.50 that the business of said bank has recited in a simple and gracelul man- Current expenses . . Other assets, debts in suit 698.54 been transacted nt the location namner by Miss Mary Smith. "The Ined, and not elsewhere; and that the fluence of Poetry" formed the subject S93.701.77 above report is made in compliance with an official notice received from of an essay fujl of thought by Miss LIABILITIES. the Susie Bowman. Miss Lula Miller in Cap'l stock paid in, in cash $30,000.00 the Secretaryof of State, designating 23d day December, 1893, as the Undivided profits . 7,418.97 day on which such report shall be her recitation, "The Famine," showed Deposits subjectochcck(on both careful training and an intellimade. is not Subscribed and sworn to before me gent understanding of her piece. Due which in. Banks paid .. 56,069.79 . . National 81.63 by John H. Barnes, the 30th day of Miss Corinne Cox in her own happy Due State batiks and ban'is 131.38 December, 1893. Shelby Taylor, way sang "Sweet Little Picture," Dep. County Coutt Clerk. S93.7oi.77 which was highly enjoyed. "The I. P. Barnard, President. Stati: of Kkntucky, ) R. P. Hocker, Director. Song of Hiawatha" by Miss Annie County 01' Ohio. J " Jno. II. Barnes, Fogle was distinguished for the modSam K. Cox, President of Bank of est simplicity of its delivery as well Hartford, Ky., a Bank located and Miss doing business in the town of Hartas for its rare literary merit. Bertia Morton recited "The Day is ford, in said county.being duly swoni Done" in a manner that was quite says that the foregoing Report is in all respects a true statement of the pleasing to her heaiers. condition of the said Bank at the close Miss Corinne Cox thanked the peo- of business on the 23d day of Decemple for their presence and good at- ber, 1S93, to the best of his knowltention and announced that with the edge and belief; and further says that We Chorus the exercises would close. the business of said Bank has been transacted at The young ladies then rendered very not elsewhere;the location named, and reand that the above beautifully the song, "Sweet Evan- port is made in compliance with an geline," and one of the most pleas- official notice received from the Secant entertainments of the season was retary of State designating the 23d day of December, 1893, as the day on over. which such report shall be made. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve cleansSubscribed and sworn to before me Mnlaria is one of the most insidious by Sam, K. Cox the 28th day of De- es, purifies nnd heals. It was made of health destroyers. Hood's Sarsa-paril- cember, 1893. G.B.Likens.C.O.CC. for that purpose. Use it for burns; counteracts its deadly poison Sam K. Cox, President," cuts, bruises, chapped hands, sores and builds up the system. J. J. McHgnrv, Director, of all descriptions and if you have .m " John C. Thomas, piles use it for them. L. B. Bean. All Olil Cltlsrn Uont?. S. Coleman, " J. Mr. Jo Jeff Bennett, who died Monday at his home.nearNoCreek Church, was in his 88tli year, having been born June the nth, 1806 on the same farm on which he died. At the age -- TO SEE THE- of 16 he joined the Methodist Episcopal Church, at No Creek, and continued a member until the division of that body, when he allied himself with the Southern branch of that Church, being one of its most useful and active supporters. His life was one above reproach and no man ever lived in the county who bore a better name. In early life he married Miss Sallie Carson, sister of old uncle Lindsay Carson. To them were born twelve children, eight of whom lived to be grown, four of the eight surviving of him. They are Mrs. S. L. Baird, of Kinderhook; Mrs. L. F. Warner, of Hartford; Mrs Serilda Stevens, of ' No Creek and Mr. II. D. Bennett, of Ho will save you MONEY by Buying from HIM. Will Gatcsville, Texas. sell you a Buggy, Harness, Lap Duster and Whip from $60.00 . Uncle Jo Jeff was among the oldest of a large family of children only two up to $75.00. The Davis Carriage Co'mpany has the reputa-- ' of whom survive him a sister Mrs. tion of building tho best Buggy for tho money of any Factory Sallie Sandcrfur, living in Henderson in Cincinnati. county, and William Bennett, late of Beda, but now living in Florida. He was one of the leading men of the county through half a century and was for many years a prosperous, energetic farmer. He once owned seven or eight hundred acres of land on No Creek ajul Rough River and was reJK THE OI'nNINQ OF THE- cognized as a man of no little wealth and influence. He embarked in the unfortnnate business of trying to build navigation on Rough River, spending OF THE large sums on locks and dams, and finally with his associates was financially ruined, getting out of this transaction with a small farm on which he AND TEACHERS' PRACTICAL INSTITUTE. continued ' to live Until his death. During the war he dealt largely in cattle, buying and selling to the NaExpenses must reasonable. Plans modern and progressive. Instruction tional Government. He was twice burned out and once Advantage most excellent. A thorough and practical. his house was destroyed by cyclone. ticbool for tho masses. This latter event occurred during the great cyclone of march 27, 1890. Besides all this he was stricken with Tuition per Term of Ten Weeks. twenty-fiv- e or paralysis about 83 75 Common. C Primary thirty years ago, from the effects of School Intermediate 5 00 which he never fully recovered. But Department ( Advanced G 25 being a man of great physical and Collegiate Department 7 00 moral energy he continued remarkInstruction in Musio and Art at Reasonable- Rates. Board in best of ably active until Monday night the private families per week, 82.00 to $2.25. 19th when he suffered the second of paralysis, which resulted in stroke his death on last Monday, the 26th. Tho session oflers nnusual advantages to young men and women and esHis rcraaius were interred in the pecially to teachers. Our outline method of leaching secures to our students Carson, graveyard last Tuesday in the tho uso of any and all Wo kindly ami honestly solicit the pat" presence of a large number of neighronago of all seeking n thorough education, and very decidedly guarantee bors, friends and relatives. Thus satisfaction to ail earnest students. For further information send tor circupassed away one of Ohio county's lars or call on oldest and most respected citizens. E. R. RAY, President. DORA E. GIBSON, Vice President ... T .... ... All parties needing horse or jack bills should brie g or send them to The Republican office. are well prepared to do good work. la Cora to Hartford SPRING OPENING OF Buggies just fromf the Davis Carriage Company. C. L. Field's car '1 So come and judge for yourself. j.Tr:iffTJTffo:E3:M:E3:iffT Si?fiN session HIGH r BEAVER DAM SCHOOL J"a,iaTX,:ry" 16, 1894. i text-hook- d ll IUSINESS COLLEGES The crrmt nraotlral Budnaai Tmlnlmr. and Shorthand lOolloffttH, Thtiy Jjlvo a punnporl to luisluusa mid kuworh. Catalogue free. IKnoa HpetU'ur, I'ros't, J. V, VUh, Beo'y. AdUress Hpenoerlau College at Book-Koent- UNCORPO RATIO.) M i o ' vf. Louisville, Ky., owensboro, Ky., or KvartsviHs, ino. v , rt,A a ?- ii,'' Hartford Republican FRIDAY, MAttCU 2, 1894. ; THE CASE OF SKEGGS. nv i.uiti: Kii.uir. Mr. George L. SkcgRS, the gcncnil tnanngor of the G., X. & M. railway, sat In lils sumptuously furnished dining-rooenjoying a most excellent dinner, when tho servant entered and said thcro wcro a couple of men in tho hall who wished to speal; with him. "I can't sco anybody just now," said' Mr. Skeggs, testily. "You know you mustn't announco people whilo I nm at dinner. Tell thcirt to If they call nt my oflico have any business with mo." Tho servant stood there hesi"Come now," cried the manager, "what tiro you waiting thcro for? Did you hear what I said?" "Yes, sir, but tho men told mo to tell vou they, must " "Who arc they? Toll them I cou't see anyone just now." "They're policemen, sir." "Policemen? What do they want? Send them away.'' "I beg your pardon," said a policeman, stepping in, followed by another who dangled a clanking pair of handcuffs. "But the business won't bo put off, d'ye sec? Wc'ro sent to arrest you." "Arrest met" cried tho millionaire. "Here, my good man, thcro is some mistake. Do you know who 1 am?" "Well, we're after Mr. Skeggs; George L., the warrant says, general manager of tho G., X. & M." "That is my name, but It must bo all a mistake. What do you want mc for?" "They'll tell you that at .the central station, I expect. It's none of my business, but I think it's becauso Tho lury of the coroner's verdict. a tremendous array of legal talent on tho sldo of tho prisoner. Celebrated lawyers from the metropolis and locnl counsel of tho highest order defended hisi. It was shown that, whoever was responsible for the much regretted accident, Georgo L. Skeggs was as innocent ns a lamb. Tho operator had been at fault, ' TESTING A TALKER. Gush. It la Enoy Wlion Ono Baa the NoooBBiiry A I , I ' , ' tatingly. and tho engineer had been reckless, so they wcro tho guilty persons. The one iiad disappeared and tho otlier had been killed, so It was quite safe to lay the blame on either. Tho block system was conclusively shown to bo un unworkable scheme, used only In benighted monarchies and despotic countries, and entirely unsulted for tho free and enlightened people. Tho general manager, it was proved, had spent a long and ar duous lifo in making railway travel Ho had already suffered safe. more than any man should havo been called upon to endure, becauso of his grief on account of an accident ho had been powerless to ' prevent. I I I ' j brought It In manslaughter against you, sir." "What jury? What arc you talking about?" "The jury on tho railway accident the other day. On the G., X & M. Sixteen killed and 0110 hundred and twenty wounded. Perhaps you remember." "Oh, yes. Quito so, quite so. I forgot the Inquest was down for today. But our man Braining was there, was ho not? Tho legal representative of tho road? Of course he was. Ho attends to these matters for us. That's all right, officer. I suppose vou are now on the force. It's merely a littlo formality. Tell tho chief I'll send down Braining I Tho eloquent Gen. Buncombe, from the mctropolie, gavo tho closing speech, a speech' that will not son It was reported in be forgotton. full In tho papers next day. IIo drew a harrowing picturo of tho general manager torn ruthlessly from his home and friends and consigned to a cold cell, bail being refused, u proceeding, the general hinted darkly, that besides being unconstitutional showed the animus of his persecutors. It was foreign capital that had done this; unscrupulous persons pecuniarily interested In tho hi- traduction of the vicious block system, as if tho people of this groat and progressive country needed to be taught railroading by n parcel of ignorant foreigners. The general's peroration was a masterpiece and It brought tears to the eyes of tho jury. It wa3 in every way worthy of tho great orator and Skeggs, when ho heard it, did not grudge the tremendous fee ho hud to pay for it. The judge summed up by telling the jury that if they thought tho prisoner responsible for the accident they were to bring in a verdict to that effect; if they thought otherwise, they wore to say so. Tho jury wero out ten minutes, and tho foreman, when tliey returned, said the verdict was "guil-ty.- " The judge, with a few appropriate words on the responsibility of a man who became a millionaire by trafficking with tho lives of tho public, sentenced Skeggs to prison for ten years. Again money was squandered to to settle It." "I'm very sorry, sir, but my orders nro Imperative." "It's all right, I tell you. Hero's ten dollars for your trouble. You tell tho chief I'm at dinner, but if ho wants mo to put In a personal I'll look in on appearance him with Brcnnlng." "I believe Mr. Brcnnlng Is also under arrest. They seem to be I heard raking 'em all in the chief say tho people were got-tln- g t. prevent this harsh sentence from taking effect, but, as I have before pointed out, this happened in n country where rich and poor aro equal in the eyes of the law, and where money has 110 power to shield tho guilty. George L. Skeggs served out his d older. Vou tell tho "chief I'll send down ball if ho must have it." "I was told to bring you, sir, and I'm going to do it if I have to ring up the patrol wagon." "Nonsense. Walt a moment. I'll telephone to the chief." The manager rang tho telephone bell with sonic impatience. He was a man who enjoyed a good dinner and hated to be disturbed. "Hello. Give mo the central station. No, the central police station. Yes. Yes, the chief. No; I want the chief himself Oh, I sec. That you, Johnson? Woll, sav, Johnson, this Is Skeggs, of thoG., X. & M. There's been a ridiculous mistake about this thing. Yes; my arrest." "Oh, certainly. The public expect a verdict like that, of course, but then you know it's a pure formality. I told your man that." "Tired of what?" "Of being smashed up, I suppose. 1 was ordered not to come back without you, sir." "You are persistent," said the manager, with a frown on his brow. "What's your name? Smithers? Well, Mr. Smithers, it won't do you uny good, I can tell you that. I know the chief. You apparently don't understand these formalities, Mr. Smithers. You'll know more t hours Free Press. before you aro . long-sufferin- g tired.'" sentence. The effect of all this on tho general managers throughout that wonAll derful country was marvelous. devices that could protect human life were put on all the railways of the country. The land become practically free from those happenings called "accidents." Railway travel became as safe as staying at home. It may be stated that the incidents abovo truthfully recorded, occurred in one of the divisions of the planet Mars, where the people aro not a gigantic aggregation of patient, fools, and where human life is considered of more importance than tho supposed interests of a railway corporation. Detroit Tho Voice of Experlonco. forty-eigh- "I can't help feeling depressed since my wife decided to return home with her mother." "Is it the first time?" "Yes." "Poor fellow Then it's worse than j'ou think." "Why so?" "She'll bo back Brooklyn Life. A Wonderful Ear. well-know- "What! I!" "Oh, come off, Johnson. Why, of course, wo all deplore It, but accidents will happen, you know. Nobody's sorrier than I ant. You don't suppose tho road does that sort of thing for fun, do you?" "But the road i3 good for it. They havo their remedy at law. However, I'll go on my own bond for any sum you like, and get you two other sureties as good. Ono would think you expected me to run away." "Any little comforts? See here, Johnson; this Is carrying a joke too far. You don't imagine I'm going to spend tho night in jail, do you?" "Oh, you'ro a fool." o The manager threw down tho trumpet in anger, and the officer, who had been listening to his conversation, stepped forward. "You boo how It Is, sir? I must obey orders. Put on tho nippers, tele-phon- n Simon Hnsslnr, tho musician, lias, liko Katisha, in tho "Mikado," a wonderful ear. Seated one evening next to a fellow-playe- r in tho open air at a garden party, ho suddenly turned to his orchestral brother and exclaimed: "Youriiddlo is out of tune." This abrupt remark considerably startled, tho fiddler addressed, inasmuch as ho had carefully twanged over tho strings quite a littlo timo beforo and had not since picked his instrument up from its reposing place on tho music rack in front of him. "But I'm sura that I tuned it," ho protested, indignantly, "and I'd like to know how in tho devil you just camo to think dlffcrentlyl" Hnssler smiled with sercno enjoyment nt tho fiddler's discomfiture. "Why, the fact is," ho explained, "that tho wind just sighed through the strings and tho music showed two of them to bo out of tune." Tho fiddler looked at him in amazement, then tried again, and found that Hassler was right. "Weill" ho ejaculated, "you would bo ablo to recognize a discord in ono of thoso 'songs that havo never been sung.'" Philadelphia Record. his-fldd- Miss Sallie Harrison, ol Hancock Well down toward tho front end county, is visiting her mother, Mis of the smoking car bat four or flvo M.J. Harrison, of this place. men, and one of them was a man of e W.L. Graves and II. Clay gab. Not only that, but ho was n were visiting in Spring l.i-positive manan aggressive man Sunday. u decided man. IIo was free with Mrs. S. A. Graves is visiting her his opinions nnd beliefs, and ono listening to him got the idea that ho mother, Mrs. 1 Miles, of near Fcrd.s. was the sort of a man who believed villc. he was dead right and was willing J. I'otry killed three very l.iiire to put up his cash in defense of his wild tui keys List tek near Spring opinion. Opposite mo sat a drumLick. mer for n Cincinnati house, nnd ns I The ntw saw mill, under the mansaw him looking over tho top of his agement ot Jack Wilson, commenced paper and apparently trying to size work tho man up, I observed: The next improvident will be 11 "Don't you liko to meet with a new barber shop on Main S'.ret, and positive man?" "Positive I" ho blurted out. "I a 1 irge two story house. can make him tako water in flvo One of the late pupils of I'rof. minutes." Leach's school is Mr. IM Langford, "Well, I don't know ubout thntl" of White Run. "Then I'll show you. Lend mo We know tne ciud.dtUM love the your handkerchief, please. Now If good people ol ilor.se lira licit lor we you will trust mo, let me take what see more of them here than any otltt r small bills you have." IIo took his handkerchief and mlno town in the cuiiuly. Don't f"iet and made a "wad." Around it ho to go to the Convention and vole (or wrapped about forty dollars in good men n:n! it miy be we will hive greenbacks, making a roll of boodle better tiincs. l.i'wis which ho could hardly put Into his l'"tllllMs rii'(ttt!lottH pocket. Then he nodded to mo nnd The following is the full drift of wo went forward and, after a mint u-- lc.sulttliun its offered and adoptute, ho said to the man of gab: ed by the Populists in llu-iConven"I havo a little wager with my friend here. How many times did tion at the Com I limine last ThursAbraham Lincoln servo as presi- day: dent?" We, your Committee, beg leave to "Two, of course," was tho reply. repoit as iui'.uus: "Are you positive?" Vhi:iu:as, lit lhccnu:?c of human "Certainly I nm." events it has become neie.ssaiy !or "Didn't he servo three?" "No, sir. What's the matter with the people to net in defence ol their rights given to us by Almighty you?" served God and defended by him, whose "The matter is, I think he three terms, and am willing to bot birth day this is, and being dee men on It. Come, now, how much have with the ballot in our hands, and you got that says he only served two Whkkkas, The adverse condition terms?" of our people, as (oietold at the "How much? Why, man, I'll bet great Industrial Conference and at Vl'lt tk lllllllW .M IV will;, lo-pie'- s "Put 'or right up!" said the drum- ihe National Convention of the Party, at t!is aiiulvets try oft! e "1 mer, as ho pulled out his roll. don't want no such odds as that, just declaration of i'.i.'.ep'.udaucc in iSo, and say two or three to one." We. tiicgiLMt producing "I don't want to rob you," replied tho man of gab, with his hand In his e'lement of the land, have fully seen pocket. and lo:elo!d in our conventions tl.e "Put 'or up! Here's a thousand eact condition of the times, there-lor- e to two thousand that hays jou're be it dead wrong!" Rr.Sui.vr.n, That wc our "I'll tako you even for five hunfaith in our docliius as laid down in dred dollars." "Put Vr up! 'Money talks!" our platform adopted at Omaha and that the remedies therein set howled the drummer. "I say three terms, and hero's tho long green!" forth, arc the only efficient measures "Why, man, we nil know that " for our popular lelief and future pros"We don't either. You say two perity. terms, and I say three. 1 offered you Ri:soi,T.i, That we are unalterably even money, but I'll do you better. opposed to the Anther issue of bonds Hero's a thousand to. live hundred. and condemn Hon J. G Carlisle's and Select your own stakeholder." doesn't seem m If I could be John Sherman's tactics in trying to "It mistaken," mused the positive man. place the country Anther in the hands "Put up, I say!" shouted the of Wall and Thre.ulneedle Strce s drummer, as he waved his boodle In and that the picient deficit bo met by the air. "I'll go you a thousand to an issue of legal tender piper money, two fifty that he served three term--!- " direct to the people and in snrill de"Well, it may be possible, of nominations for the eonvenieiK'e of " course, but I'm so sure of it that the producers of all wealth, "Then put-up- ! Here's a thousand Resolved, That we demand the ' to two hundred!" , guess I won't bet. We nro nil free and unlimited coinage of silver at "I liable to be mistaken, you know, and the present legal ratio of 15 to 1. Ri'soi.vi'.n, That we demand that perhaps it was three terms." The drummer and I walked back the circulating 111 Hun I13 apjslily and sat down and lighted fresli increased to not less than jvp.o: per cigars, and as ho returned mo my cipita, and we also deuiiiid a gridut-te- d property he said: in onie tav. We believe th .t th "You see, you don't want to size money of the country shoul bj kept n man up too quickly. There are as much ns possible in the hnnU; of positive men and there aro men of gab. There arc aggressive men and the people, and hence, we demand there nre men of brag. When you that all Slate and Nation il revenue can't tell the difference, try my way. shall be limited to the nclu il expe When you shako n big roll at a man of the Governiuc.it, e:ono.uka11y ono of two things will happen. If and honestly neiuinistered. he's a positive man down comes ills Ki:soi.vi:i, That we demand the cash. If bo's only a windmill on ab jlition of National banks nnd that legs he'll crawfish. I could have the Government institute po.stal savbluffed that chap over a stone wall with n ten dollar bill." N. Y. Re- ing binks for the convenience of the poorer classes of psople to deposit corder. their savings in small sums. A Finished Education. This being our County Convention Mr. Million Well, our daughter w. graduated with the highest honors to Resolve, Tint we are opp-iieat the Great American Female col- the election of a county Treasurer or lege, I see. any other silaiied officer. Mrs. Million Yes, nnd sho must J. J. Huackkn- now cross tho Atlantic and finish lll'.N M'.lV'ION, Com. her education. J. II SouniAD, "Humph! At whnt school?" A S.Woitsr.r.v. "At no school. She must marry, some foreign nobleman nnd upend a It's just ns easy to tiy Ore Minute few years in European courts. By Cough Cure as anything else. It's that timo her husband will cast iier easier to cure a severe cold or cough olf, and she will come back fully equipped to take her place at the with it. Let your next purchase fora head of American society." N.Y. ccugh be One Minute Cough Cure. Iletter medicine; better result; better Weekly. try it. L. R. Dean. A Comparison. I Wool-dridgto-dar Wm-ur.AS, 1 d "I Punitive Man Who Was llliifTert Out ot t Hcml Sura Tiling Krelng- thn Holl or Hills Mmlo All llio Difference. from Louisville, where she has been visiting her sister, Mrs. K. L. Loyd. Mr. C, C. Lyons was visiting at Ilorton last Sunday. Mrs. W. A. Harder, who has been quite sick for several days, Is now im- C proving. COUGHS, HOARSENESS, Bronchitis, La Grippo, Whooping Cough, Croup, Acthraa, Pneumonia, And (or tlio relief nnd euro at all FOR COLDS, Throat and Lung Diseases. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Prompt to net, sura to euro. t;ik L wi:!::..,y 9 for the l.iast Money, 7he llot Shoe rm I'll W ton piii' ii 1. ..r lit ciluiiii (1 I), in 111 W. fc L DOUGLAS FOR cra.ii' . l,tf' of CVPI Villi, A'P'KIW'N Prio-i ).il. e.i: l.iiiu IIHVUY - Ihe Ivli'-- r $3 SHOE SfiVg Or eEmeor.. ?J The Wnklv (Yi',mt .lo'irniil in:,,i liberal luii' t iucnb. n. yiw lice pU'iniit"!-- Im I'lulw. Sam plr i'iiic 11! lite p'ipi'i and ln'ir pi Pi iimu'ii Si!ip'i 'iient fi"it liie li nny addi'ir-'- . N'ir t vi-i. 00 a Your. fill i, - Mi , ' .vHk. 83. DO Pollco Shoo, 3 Solos. $2.00, 82 for Worklngmon. W9fe 82 and 81.75 for Boys. LADIES orTi-- 86, 34 and $3. BO Dross Shoe. tfriK vrv w utrtwiffHr.' 'W"!-.tise..'A- y xj NSm. 83, 83.50 82, $1.70 CAUTION mar dnitrr c. AND MISSES, Ionclft Gjuricr-JounL- u Go , L0U1SUIL1.K, KY. Tin: lti.i'Uii.K'A.N' and the W'ioU Mill boM'ill one yem Com it to nny ndiiri'M lur Sl.""i. AddrcM Tin: Ki.ri'iiutWN, Hart-fmi- i, Ky. fc'Mriia lairn. iSfcA. nPCTAft-aicsf- c.j. . -- linr. nt jroti W. L. at If vi' ft iiMirste"11 , JM!-Mcr-? iur im - .ti , " r rnyft lio ha. them with- iua trio nntno inm.r on Urn bnttuiu, put him ?v uowb aiamua, iH 3W ' 'A BkW" ' ' rittifictton at tin; iilrc .nccd. . The Mainplne; of It...!-- .. mln-rlhc- W. L. DOUGLAS l..A ....- Shoo arc shllb, cay fittlnR, nnd glrc Try one pair nnd be than any o'lhcr inaUc. V. I.. Douglas' name and price on the bottom, v ..." .I..II .nltt. In ll.n.A ...l.n .a I ll.n.i.n.nl. rr Mdticrd P'lto. 11 nm .. ! , 3KEYE .ilNTMENT A SURE lit-- man PILE Ira , tmMaMjm CURES HOTHINB BUT PILES. and CERTAIN CURE known for IB years as tho DEST REMEDY FOR PILES. RICIUnpSQS BIDimt CO., 8T. ttrp,n ion. Ensw Tcmm w el Si a L o I mM AND4 . 4 i i I i i i C.W I OIITAIN A IMTENT For nruwor nnl un bone-- i ontr.ion. wrlto to ll'NN tVt'll.. who havo tnilncitlrnilrycwft crportoncolnilio piitiTit Ikwiv . 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Tntrllphn O-XX- a 03M TRUE & CO., Box 400, Augusta, Maine. axSfz.m,m..mtMtli You enn got Tho Into r Ocean and The Republic k both ono your for One Dollar a n d To n ty- - ii r o co n ts. Hark li pife, r iBwrnMBJagMaeT1 QB3lft1L'Ea.BMt Tit -rr f m , n msssnssszammcmaswswsmi Rundschau. The Leading Photographer. wmm - -' f ' MJii I Perkins." Perkins, with tho deftness of long practlco, slipped tho handcuffs ou tho manager's wrists and snapped them there, before that gentleman rightly understood what was happening. No better nid to digestion, No better cure for dyspepsia, Nothing more reliable for biliousness and constipation than DeWitt's Little Karly Kisers, the famous little pills. I,. 13. Bean. For Two Cents (a stamp) any reader of Tins Kispuii-i.ican "You'll suffer for this, my men," said the enraged Mr. Skeggs. "Will you order your carriage, sir; or do you prefer to walk down town?"- Tho general manager rang and ordered the carriage He 'slept that night in a cell, nil ball being refused. Ho tried to brlbo the authorities, but all these incidents happened In a country where money is powerless to Interfere with tho ends of justice. . When hlstrlalcam(! off, tljore was can have a sample copy of The Southern Magazine by dropping aline to its publishers at Columbia Building, I.ouisville, Ky., and can obtain a club rate 011 the magazine and this paper by addressing the publishers ot Tins Rwuhmcan. 4ro broken down l.om overwork or lioutcboW bum ct-- rclmlMH Hie system, 11M1 illk'ustlon, remotes cx of bllo. uud. cures maUrlu. lie tliafcimlnu Man f Persons Brown's Iron Ulttors HOIISi: I'KAM'll. Pictures Id Every Style and Site. Feb. 20. Our town is improving. JOrOld Pictures Copied and Enlarged Robert Daniel is building a nice little A SPECIALTY. cottage on Main Street. Williom Tabor 108J Main Street. will toon have his beautiful lcsidcnce UWENSB0110, KY T7mfi fiiuished ou High Stieet. . I.I gl We need one of Ilnitford's papers hwI Opium Hafclta to make Horse Branch one of the best Hf1flnrmr?&!h7P'ftfi curm bt UUIUU WiUi- ciftAii iv n vr J tv t If I On tft H 8 outraln.llookolpar. towns in the State. alBVJbt B tleulnrsccntntKU. MMBBsaHaMaaM.voo.LKY,M.n. The factory men arc flocking to Atlan to, Go. OUlcu VHi WJUlclmUBI. tills place. We have the timber and no end to the coal. We will erect T(?Q tyuarterly of n large brick plant in the spring. Slr.;!o Copln, COc UHREHT W. I.. Graves, Superintendent of 1'erTcar, $:...0 Hound Vglamts, 2.00 the handle factory at this place, It MiffM to t rf if! ft. (il booV In rrrjf mnmnn business good. He has more It cl, At wrll tit cv.iy ftiiuciiiy fti.l cull'trf " ftnl hlifh CI il I'. I UllhR. Ticlturr orders than he can fill. The last orlrl . Watl.l'i-o- . o di ilhcu.''-- A. J!. WINSI1II", Cdllx, louiuilcf .! der was calling for t wenty six hundred . imijllffttien. A i ftm lliiIy dozen Knglish and Get man sledge . rfi iif tml ini.niimllmi you nun. ., i .I'll in.... im.. vail.iyi i fill im....,' rF.i:y. J li. i.n Cuiuoll in .ma i, IUi.tft. H. . ICHUktlAN, lV..uliiy, hammer handles. For ill by l.tTtlnp C"le'kf Hill I.i-- I Pt'i, Mrs. W. L. Grnves, of Fordsville, h l!i W"rM, li.ih'ivt tjiftiltililirn Itun-- iy m 'fo rerfl'f l I I'm r will!, p'to In Itm P is visiting friends and relatives at in jlft'.ll t ftiJ tiu.ij lilwifl .rip nt lh t"l '" LiMiljll n.. J i ',, Ail "it uf6i Spring Lick. CURflKNT I'lJTOnV, rvrnoir, uich., u, h. a Miss Zelina Lyons, of Fordsville, passed through this place yesterday Xeuraloto l'et'$ona on her way to Ilorton to visit her sisAnd tho troubled wUli erTOunoM km"" frqjn care or overwork will be rellovea ry ituwc ter. Brown's Iron Bitters, GeaulM Mrs, lvssa Pilnnd has just returned ...tjtiamtrktnJcriTModWllUWtWtW W leister ts I ft twiw inti-- li Mi.n-tnI I -- are manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal directly with he consumer, thus saving him the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices are reas We ITovl TBirtl. Xalls-e- . ' t a'' - onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. Respectfully, ,, F. A. AMES Owensboro, Ky. & CO. H U : -f .. . zi ssltfiiiMiiiriliiii-fciellirr'iri- ll