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'The s&HPUBLlUAN and i .'ourier-Jouim- l both one year for only $1.75 TSHH3 SS.25 A Fublither. ill TBS FOURTH Fep kimt In Advacse. ir; VOL. VI. ii - HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1894. ti:x. it. r mi iilnj , 1831. NO. 32. &HaebiX&WrL!KV!S!!V CM0V i.odihvii.m:, sr. i.uih LouisTilli. St, A Tlt.l.MI'H JritAu:tY. I.liSI.lUiW. COI.I.INS. The oldest son, wild and luh BCIIKDtll.K IN KFKF.CT , WIST lOUNl.. f.T. LoiiImIIIk Went Point llrniuU nliiifg .. N0V.1, fio.M, Pnlly. 7.15 n. tn. :lla. in. Ml m. P.I No.M, lllj. p. p. S.21 T:2Dp.;. 9.21 :4 1.!. . . S.07 p. m. lnlnjUnii.. ClonrKjrt lUwctTllle Lrwlnrwitt....... n.ni. t.1Ti.ia. lO.lop. . iplifniorl i HUM, in. 10.11 n. m. PqJ A JERSEY PIRATE. i I Highest of all hi Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baiting llilln.ro. 14: IliMn.m. lfl.:Up.n. 1:24 OwnMuro Hpolistilli' Ar. Ilenilwcn in p. in. 11:11 r. l.'H !' in. 1.!." P. u. n. p.m. 12S0. m. No.M, AsssQwmvt pirns .No. 6'4, - Ar2xansas, Texas Mils Carrying cruiser after the Scathe. I'll carry the lady a dainty armful, by Jove!"1 I!.f)llvlll When Evallne regained her conIn tlicsprhifrof 18ir, a few months Ilwim'wrn 9.ir.m. IM' nfter tho trer.ty of peace that cifdcd sciousness she found herself in the Iwirl 9AU.ni. lUwt.Mllr, tho war of 1812, a young lady and cabin of the fierce captain of tho t(Ml.in. 6.67 p in geiitleman Clarrrpurt were standing upon Scathe, and near her sat Capt. Ruin. CIV f ni Upplirnciport ll.Wn. in. TiMp m grassy hill on the coast of New Jer- - pert, apparently wrangling with ItTinnlon llintvlcnl'iirx U.i n. in. 7l p. in boy that givcii beautiful view of tho several of his olllecrs. (A p. in. ' !' I" Wet l'nlnl "I tell you all, and by my blood! Atlantic ocean, not far froni3f$ro I.rtii.in. Cu'.p. Ar. Its stormy waters lashed tufrocks oneo for all," cried Capt. Rupert, of Capo Slay. Tho lady was fair and drawing his pistols and starting up: t Tmlim No. '! unit .N. M ninkn graceful. Her companion was a "sho Is no ship's prize, Chardon. IrTlniton (Sun.lay exofpl'.l) wllli Irnlna on !. mtf tall, 1IU', llnr.llnlnirir A lrn II. It., young man, somo She Is my prize, a prize I intend to irrt U iiml. Ki.r lurtlirr hfvf million, ulilrrn ten years her senior, and his bronzed make my lawful wife as soon as I can II. C, M(li:i)lM:.(lcn. lM'rAK'l. face, and a certain abruptness of tackle a priest or preacher, fio, do HllYllV, K). voice and gesture, as well as his mo n service in tossing Stanley garb, betokened a warrior of the sea. March to tho sharks." V!IEH V.i CO TO GY ENSBORO "Capt. Rupert!" cried Evallne, After .somo linn though gentle words from his fair companion, he clasping her hands, "spare him! He CAM. ON once saved your life in your boyexclaimed: "And to I am rejected, Evallne?" hood! Spare him I" "Well," said Capt. lUipert, with "You surely would not wed one who feels that she can never love some show of humanity, "let him you, Capt. Rupert!" said Evallne, live for tho present. We will hold rizz: rjiisTCj sArnEK, him close prisoner, however. And For the final and Mott Artiflic Work, with a slight flush of Indlgnntion. And as he remained sternly silent, now for a carousel Miss Evullno, any size or tlyle. FrcMica Si. , Mtwn you shall be our queen of ceremonies bhe continued: "And if 0m7 outrage the holiest tie you could so hero in the cabin. These jovial lads 3rd ami 4th. of society, Evallne Hinl lias too much respect tiro my officers. Chardon, tell the steward to servo double rations and for herself to aid you in " 5? unlimited grog to the crew. Sit at She paused. (St. Louis Snuihweetcrn Hy.) "Baseness! you have the word tho head of the table, Queen Evaquivering on tho tip of your tongue. llne. Your lover is here!" TO He smote his breast as lie spoke, Yes; to eall Evallne Hird my wife, unci Evnllno saw that ho was already though she might bate me as much half Intoxicated. Hut she was forced as I fear she despises me." ONLY LINE TUB to obey, and, .suffering intense terHe laughed a hard, dry laugh as Willi llirough fiirKurvico from ror, bhe sat at the boisterous board, he spoke. trembling and shuddering, until not She was turning to rejoin her faa man of tho five officers was sober ther, who was beckoning to her from enough to raise head, foot or baud, a neighboring hill, when Capt. Ru- save Chardon. This rascal, as he pert grasped her by the wrist niul saw his chief and comrades senseless KAhrilllU.m l.lljr. I.. IIni.lrrn 7:18 . m. 3: l.'j-- . n . in. 3 87 p.m. 7t17 I.27 . in. li'i'i p tr. Ily . 1 i' cotim-ll- en ( dark-eye- d I I C-Theo.Ca- in, Cotton Felt onto w m&s. of No change Cms to said: ".Miss Hird Ott INTEKMKDITE POINTS. Two Daily through ami Concur Traversing thu fitiMt fanning, razing ami timber lauds. Ami teaching the most prosperous towns ami cities iti the Tuais Pullman Sleepers. Great SouxlriFCsi;. Ycildinp FARMING LANDS. abundant y all the cdcnl, corn ami cotton, ami especially uilaptcil to tlm cultivation ot Miiall fruits ami early vegetables. Affording GRAZING LANDS. I'icollent pasturage dining almost the nitiro ) ear, ami comparatively close to the great iniukcts. Covered with TI.MP.KU LANDS. almost iui'xlmiihtiblc foiede of yellow pine, cypress ami the linnl woods common to. Arkansas ami Eastern Texas. Can bo procured on reasonable, and advantageous terms. All lliirni nmiicl ullli mill hm mill' In I tip tn-li-.- you are casting away! I am rich I liavo no little fame I lovo you. Your father Is poor, and tho little that he has that farm and cottage yonder are all will soon lie claimed by his creditors. Re my wife and share my wealth." She struggled to frco her wrist. "Not yet! You shall not leave me yet I" said he, setting bis teeth firmly. "Tell me why you reject me? Before the war you almost said you loved me." "I was but a child then, Capt. Rupert. 1 am a woman now, and I know.jny heart better." "Your heart Is ice, Evallne. ' It melts and freezes as blows the wlud warm or cold. You believe those blaudenj men prato of me. Tell me, what have they said of Dick Ru- Evallne think what Evallne. ; pert?" "Since you will lmvo it, I will. Men say that Richard Rupert was more of a pirate than a patriot during the war; and since the war is over, that ho Is, or Intends to be, pirate altogether." Ills laugh was harder than before, though his sunburnt faeo grew liercelv dark. "Satisfied that men will Ho and women play false to love, Evallne. Hut women are not false wittll their lieklo hearts have found something else to love. Tell me, have you not found another? Ha! you blush I" "If I blush, 'tis not with shame. I have not found another lover, for I havo ncver'ncknowledged but one. 1 have a lover, and I wish my voice could call him hero to unclasp a very rude man's hand from my wrist!" lie tossed her wrist from him quickly. "You dnro tell me you lovo another! His nnnio? that I may hate him and you all my lifo!" "His nnmo is Stanley March, and bo values your hato as llttlo as I do your love." "Stanley March I" exclaimed Rupert; "that fellow!" He swore a furious oath as sholcff.-- , over him, and drawing bis sea-ca- p bis fierce brow be hurried to the spot whero his boat was beached. Cotton Belt Rnute Ask your nearest Ticket Agent for maps, tune tables, etc., and write to any ot the following lor all inforinn-tur- n you may desiro concerning tho trip to tho Great Southwest. R. T.G.MATTHEWS, Uis't Pass. Agt., Louisqille, Ky. E. W.LaBEAUME, G. P. it Tkt. Agt., St. Louis, J. A. EDSON, .. Mo. Gen'l Supt., Texurknna, Tex. JOHN EOHOLS, ST. .JOHN 110YLE, Uc,c,v ers. C. The mouth of May was giving Its parting sign to June, when, near tho hour of ten at night, Stanley CIN. March, with his bride that was to bo EVANSVILLE, LOUISVILLE, on tho morrow, walked on tho sandy ANDALLPOINS EAST. beach at tho base of the hill, whereon Capt. Rupert bad sworn his vengeance. Thoy paused, midway, near -- TOu thicket of stunted trees, that Eva-lln- o might rest for a moment, and, Memphis, Viokshurg, New Or- as tho surf began to sound along tho ALL POINTS SOUTH. AND shore, ho thought of Capt. Rupert, and said: -- TO"Dick Rupert's schooner was seen Chicago, this morning off Capo May. I know Cairo, St- Lcais, not why, but my heart forebodes his AND ALL POINTS NORTH vicinity augurs ovil to us.'' AND WEST. "We need fear nothing from him," Baid Evullno, though her heart Connecting nt Memphis with through throbbed quickly as sho spoke. "Rut let us- - haste, for father bado traitiBto all points in us not linger too long." They wero moving on, when from tho thicket sprang Capt. Rupert of his rufllans, and Rates, Tickets, aud ull information and lmlf a scoro cro Stanloy March could well suswill bo furnished on application to pect his approach, tho plrat&'s cutyour nearest ticket agent. lass had laid him senseless and T. B. LYNOH, bleeding at Evallno's foot. G.P. A., Douisville. Ky. "You havo spared us a world of (The Misfinippi Valley Houtn.) TO 0. & S. W. R, R. on tho floor, roso and npproaehed She shrank from him aud evaded ills clutch. "Evallne," said he, "1 am as sober as you are. I drugged the wine these fools havo swallowed. Capt.-Ruper- t would not be lying there so helpless without the aid of opium. Of all the crew, I alono am on my feet. Do you think I have done this for nothing?" No. I hato dipt. Rupert I hato your father I hate Stanley March I love you not. 1 love nothing." "Oh, help me, Ileaven!" shrieked Evaline7 "Stay! I will not harm you," said he. "We arc but a few miles from land. Fly with mo in thesmall cutter at the ship's side. Promise that you will pay me handsomely for placing you safe In your father's house pay your mo ten thousand dollars uncle's estate makes you rich and I will take both you and Stanley March safe to the shore in the. cutter. The wind Is light, and In' five hours you shall bo on land In twelve in your father's arms." "Make no terms with tho ruffian 1" shouted Stanley March, as ho burst Into the cabin, having freed himself from his bonds. Chardon drew his cutlass all too late, for tho heavy maiiing-spike- , grasped by the maddened lover, beat down tho miserly pirate's guard, and hurled hindead to the floor. "Haste, Evallne," cried Stanley, leading her to the deck. "We can escape In tho cutter without assistance, and I can handle a tiller as well as a musket." Not many minutes passed ere they were seated in tho sailboat and bounding over the waves. "Look, Stanloyl" suddenly cried Evallne, pointing toward tho schooner. "Great Heavens! she burns!" cried ho, as a glare of flamo illumined her decks aud rigging. It was truo! The pirato schooner was In flames, and tho red glnro reached tho fugitives. Ere they reached tho shoro they saw a mighty mass of firo leap up toward tho sky, then camo black durkness where the Scatho had been, unci 'then a report like a thunder crash. Tho Seatlio had been blown to atoms. Tho adventure deferred Evallno's wedding for a few weeks, but, when fully recovered from tho shock, she bccanio the wifoof Stanley March. Tho Now York. Photographs Better Than Eyes. Arkansas and Texas At a recent mooting of tho Academies des Sciences, Paris, M. Zenger exhibited two photographs which ho had taken at midnight from his window, looking on the Lake of Geneva and Moiit Blnnc. Tho lake and tho mountain tiro feebly imnged on tho plates, although thoy were both qujto Invisiblo to tho eyo hi tho darkness. It Is well known that many stars, to tho eye, aro revealed on tho photographic plate, and somo years ago an advertisement on tho hull of tho Great Eastern, at Birkenhead, which had been tarred over so as to bo Invisible, was qulto legible In a photograph which had been taken of tho vessel. London Globe. A New Thoatrlcal Suggestion. olo-va- to STIPPEtFME m tmmAiMtoltnvaDmmAMm. VNmiliHriM r.1 at HnnMiirntrpriiL"FMfMMmvw trouble," said Rupert, "as wo ex- -' A'Now York manager has come to to storm old tho conclusion that tho way to Harry Bird's cottago to capture tho stago is to have an enHal Sho has dowed theater. Mighty good idea. you, my Evnllno. swooned so much tho hotter. Bear It should havo, first, an endowment '.a hand thero with that fellow! Lug of brains; second, of actors, and, him ulong to tho boat. Wo must third, of peoplo who .will pay to sco leavo no telltnlo astern, or beforo tho performances. Such an endowdone wo shall havo a ment would go. Indianapolis Times. pected to bo forced Was gone nud could never be found Although we, for many days after For miles searched the country Now, Dill, I will tell you the story nrotind, may be inherited, or acquired during life. You olten have asked mc to tell, His handkctcliicf was by the styles (You say that you once was a doctor there Blood should be rich to insure health. And that I shall never be well,) All dirty nnd bloody and torn; Now, Hill, you know how it all And hung to the kitchen door latch I was You know how I tried hard to save A piece of the coat he had worn. The girl left alone in the carriage, w ii mi t ..uLKEageiar BsxsZtfSBT Who sat there so silent aud brave, Old Rover lay dead iuliis kennel, ile.'ldchtm Ned's old hat was found. Cod-live- r Oil, with hypophosphites" of liffl of While runaway horses dashed madly We managed to save all the dead sir Adown the steep road to the cliff, soda, cures all Blood Diseases, including The cottage was burned to the and While afar up the road lay the driver ground Scrofula and Anaemia. It makes the blood With limbs growing icy and stifl", The neighbors all thought it was Ned I clutched at the bit of the hoists; sir. rich and nourishing. Physicians, the world They dashed me Inside with their Who murdered his father and mothover, endorse it. feet, f er, bearAnd over the chfl they rushed sisWho stew his fair, (.olden-haireing Persons troubled with skin eruptions and alt who are thin or ter, The carnage nud maiden so sweet. emaciated should tako SCOTT'S EMULSION. Cures Coughs, Colds, Who In out the life of his brother. ana wcax Lungs. Down, down to swift death and de- Who.kil'ad Is if, kird, playmate, Rover Prepared by Scott & Bowne, N. Y. Druaslsta soil It. 4 struction, And lied with the monev and nil Ah, me! shall ,1 ever forge; j , The neighbors still think it was Ned ter- - . -The mnidirwildS!R5a? ltuT-o- f -- - 9rt5BKfiiwonaisni fcmaiyrnrur.rfci?rwMBg'Jtej33CMKK.Tiaag.cT,iniMirri avMrr 101?' But, I say, it was not iMward Hall! It seems to appeal to me yct( ftrlher advanced than his own, he I tell you the. quadruple murder Our domestic, They cartied mc down to the village, Was done byn tramp, tall and dark, wonders why can't my children be as Minnie, ha$ a And bound up the cut on my head, The thumb of his tight hand was bright little girl," sniatt ns these, yet the very first time Aud i rested, with kind hands on my, missing, writes Mrs. L. C. he gets busy his boys must stay at bo.soiu Upon his right check was a mark, Smith, 50 North T4ic hoof-prin- t so swollen and red. Of a cut, nnd one front tooth was gone, home aud help through the rush. Wusliington St., Rochester, N.Y., It was dawn and I saw him quite We only have five month's out of evLong weeks did I stay in that village "and I havo lc- well, er' twelve, at best, for educating the Mire able to start out again como muen in I I With h.tlf open mouth he came run- - rising generations, then to keen them I I Upon my long tramp through the terested in tno family. ning Poor country, d out of that of the lime, no thing she llttlo Adown that green lane aud he fell Through shado-.- nud sunshine, and wonder there is no more graduates at knows that her poormother has had tho As over the styles theic lie vaulted, rain. '.consumption. Sho is from a consumpthe ages of i6or l.S. Hr spiang to his feet and he ran I've told j ou about this beloie, Hill; tive family and had been on tho dechno Straight into the woodshed down I want to give my children a good till tho unerring "hectic flush" 6et in. Hut never have told you the why there, Well I went for Dr. Tenner's Golden I left the dear home ot my childhood education, says one. I want my boys I tell you that he was the man. Relief, giving; her 6 drops on a small To which I am returning to die. and girls to go all the time, but just lump of sugar, overy 3 hours. I used it tell him there is sonieof the teacher's with her about a month and you ought still burns on my Who did all that horrible deed, sir, That hoof-prito seo thechanffo! Sho hasbecomoliale Ned Hall was a jolly young scamp; salary to be un-l- up by subscription bosom, and buxom. I n.m knowing to several Hut deep in my breast is the hurt, But he never did all that great wrong, and sec him shrug hii shoulders and other cures of consumption dv it." was done by that queer looking It Do And oft the red blood fills my nostrils 'growl. He would like for his boy to gravo not forget while using It in these tramp, cases that it cures a burn In 5 And mouth when I ever exert ' sleep ten years and wake up a rich minutes, or heals a brulso or fresh cut My sticngth. Hill, I am glad that I I am, sir ait old country doctor without That midnight I answered a eall, and graduated man. That is the class swelling tl'cro ever being any soreness met you or matterating. Tho injured A tramp like myself on the toad, I patscd by those styles, aud I saw of people who arc a pull-bac- k to edu part can be used without pain. It also sir For weeks we have tramped it togeth-- . cures quickly summer complaints, and Just wlietc you are standing Ned cation and civilization. If parents flux, and any dlscaso where thero is Incr, would have their children educated flammation or patu. Ono tablcspoonful Hull. And shared our free lodgings and cures La Grippe. Money refunded if they must be willing to pay lor it board. I called him, but he did not answer, satisfaction not given. Never disapthey must not be afraid of buying points. Contains no opium, morphine He flitted away in the night; And now my long tramp is most endAnd when I returned in the dawning books for theni nnd not be backward or mineral poisons. Take a bottlo ed, I saw that queer tramp in full in helping them out when they can. home we climb over the bill, For when fiiKht. childOne great advantage is, when you I'll see the dear old home of my Well, well, I have been talking too PROFESSIONAL CARD. hood, get a boy in fcliool keep him there, long, sir, i And so I will tell you now Bill, You seem to have nothing to say, let hint go every day and let him iin.n. (jiciiii, J.N. It. U'oilillntr. The reason I left the dear old home You seem to be sleepy or weary, know that you are interested in him, nest. GLENN &WEDEIN'G, So I sliajl depart, sir, good day. help to make the school room like careless and free Was I as a boy, and longed fir Oh. God! is the bright sun shining? home, help him to make it cheerful, Adventutes by land and by sea. Do birds sing, and do flowers grow? and above all, make it interesting. HARTFORD, KY golden-hairesister, They want a good teacher, one who Office, over Anderson's Bii&wr.) The old home was far, far, too quiet Are all gone? My My father with hair white as snow, Will practice their profession in all For one of my temper, and I My dear, gentle mother, my brother will do his best, but will never come One night slipped away in the darkaround to see if he is awake or asleep. tho courts of Ohio and adjoining counAs gay as the happiest lark, ness Special The home nest destroyed, dear old I long for the time to come when we ties, and court of Appeals. With never a word of good-byattention given to criminal practice Rover, will have ten months schooling in and collections.To father who loved me so fondly, The murderer silenced your bark. every And never a word to my brother, year. Go to our 'cities or go to Nor my fair golden-haire- d sister, 'Twas Bill who did that terrible deed, the country nnd sec the minds that s.. And none to my sweet, gentle mothBut heavens, how queerly I feel. are trying for the want of the proper, er. The blood seems swelling in mouth daily training. Daily training, conand nose, With never a longing look backward' I'm chilled from my head to my tinuity is what we need and need it I flitted away in the dark, heel, bad. Negligence is killing scores of With nothing to bid uic faicwcll IIAIITFOIID, II V. yard Unless 'twas old Rover's deep bark, I'll go to the old country church all lie, people out of school half of the time, Will practice his profession in Ohio And see where mylovcd ones aud out of Chinch and Sunday school and adjoining Or the boot of an owl as I hurried Oh, God! forgive all my sins; for counties, nnd court of Adown the long country lane, nearly all of the time. That looks Appeals. Special nttentiou given to I soon am going to die. As I sprango'er the stiles to the highlike educating- the people, don't it? collections. Office east side ot public way Well, here is the gate to the churchThe people will have to change or fall square. yard. I met my old friend, Dr. Vane. C. M. II. ' The years have not altered it much, in the suds. E.D.GUFFY. B. D. KINGO Who sat in his gig, and his pony The quaint redstoncchuicli ivy cover-- . ToilllJHOtl on StirlMK. Was carefully trotting along, 8S cd, We have the word of Alfred Tenny"Hello, my boy!" he called outto me; Seems not to have felt Time's touch, ward! what now is wtong? How the graves have increased! Here son for it that in thespring the young "Hello, But never an answer I made him; are those man's fancies lightly turntothoughts But vanished away in the night, Of father, of mother and all, Will practico in all courts of Ohio of love. It is singular that the gteal And began the long years of my Ah, soon I shall join them! Together laureate omitted to mention the fact and ntljuiniug counties, Superior wanderings, We'll wait for the Last Trump's Colof How often I've longed for the sight. that it fc in the spring that a consid- Court and CourtlegalAppeals. attendcall. lections nud nil business portion of the human race turn ed to. Office 329 ' E. Mnrket Stf Of my beautiful home mid the pop- Oh, father! and sweet angel mother! erable Probto taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. lars, r r for running away! Forgive me Of father and mother so dear! Oh, God! forgive me the wasted years! ably nothing but the difficulty of . R. E. WEDDING, Ofnn brother, and goldened hailed finding a good rhyme for that invalA sinner Vepcntant sister, Am I! Ah, what means, this strange uable remedy deterred hint. Certain All, it has been many a year anguish it is that the old time domestic remeSince I climbed this long hill. Now, BrciWEit Dam, Ky. Thnt pierces my bosom? Now I look, Bill! Feel torrents ot blood rushing upward dies are generally discarded in favor Will practice his profession in all Down there in that thick poplar of the standard blood purifier, Hood's I'm falling! God help mc! I die. the courts of Ohio and adjoining grove, Sarsaparilla, which has attained the counties. Also Notary Public. Stands the ptetty white home of my Nex t in om i ng the Sabbath, the parson , greatest popularity all over the counAnd neighbors the whole country childhood try as the favorite Spring Medicine. round From whirh I shall nevermore rove. Came to the old red churdh to wor- It purifies the blood and give3 nerve, , ship, For my father I'msure, will forgive me, mental, bodily and digestive strength. They found a dead tramp on the . And so will my mother, and I ground, Shall be as the Prodigal Son; but No better aid to digestion, And much had returned of the beauty The prodigal came home to die, HARTFORD, KY. No better cure for dyspepsia, fall; Of youth ns it was ere his 'Tis strange that no glimpse of the Will practice his profession in all Nothing more reliable for biliousAnd old Doctor Vane found the birthcottage ness and constipation than DeWitt's the Courts ot Ohio and adjoining Gleams white tlnough the quivermark aud in That told them it was Edward Hall. Little Early Risers, the famous little counties, Special the Couct of Aping trees peals. attention given to Whose leaves flaunt the underneath pills. L. B. Bean. e collections. Office, in County AttorAfar in a dim, gloomy silver ' ' ney's office, in Court House Whenever they arc touched by the A maniac clutches the bar, Thethumbof his right hand is missing, ,. breeze. Upon his right cheek glows a scar. Why, ' now what's the matter with you, One front tooth isgone; nud he mutPerry Westerfield, ters, Bill? "I KII.r.l5D THKM AM.! I K1M.KD What makes you so white and so thi:m am,!" queer? , Aud shrieks; and snaps at his shrivYoii scent to be going quite crazy! Bcavkk Dam, Ky. eled flesh! You seem to be trembling with fear! The fates have avenged Edward Hall. Well, now he has gone dashing madly Back over, the way he has come! I'm going lie's crazy! Clergymen, lawyers, public speakOn down to my own childhood's ers, singers, and actors, .all recognize Picture: la Every Stjh and Sise. ffiflBHW AW TAWW home. VarOlil Pictures Copied nnd Enlarged the virtues of. Ayer's Clicrry Pectoral. IU4U A SPECIALTY. What is this? I am sure I am dream- One of our most eminent public men ing! 108 Main Street. says: It is the best remedy that can Hartford, Ky. Np house? The foundation o'er- - be procured for all affections of the VmG IT.T. rtrnntinn tua IIIUH.1.MWM 111 nil - lIUVIIUV tllU OWENSIiOJiO, KY J. grown! tho courts of Ohio nnd admitting Naught but the tall chimney left vocal organs, thtoat and lungs. Court ot Appeals. It's just as easy to try One Minute counties nuti given to vol lections.Specstanding ial attention is known among publishers gray It With fire marks upoif the CoughCurc as anything else. It's Office over Carson it Co. stone! that the Southern Magazine has a lar- easier to cure a severe cold or cough The gate Is torn down, and the fence ger News stand sales in New York with it. Let your next purchase fora is : &J A wreck, and the tall growing heads than in New Orlcins. larger in Boston cough be One Minute Cough Cure. 1' VViJ Better medicine; better result; better Of the grass meet above it; and vines than in Louisville, and the knowl5 va' WJW w grow edge would seem to demand a more try it. T,. B. Bean. Ti O'er pathway, and old flower beds. vigorous interest at home in this is Back down the bug lane to the high- greatest of all publications. It fV?: isatitmBe.:fOf At Homo. known that the success of the excelway Having had an exccllentscason"on lent monthly has been great, even in I'll go and the first passer by with I'll ask why this sad desolation, the South, but it is the comparison the road" outfit my splendid photoI have now establishgraphing An old man is coming, and I Southerner.1; should (eel. ed my gallery permanently at my Will hail him. "Hello, sirl Good tha. new house In Beaver Dam, Ky., where morning! Tho rnrrnlM MIhIiimp. I am fully equipped for doing all I hope that I nsk not in vain CabiParents make a great mistake when kinds of photographic work. Pray, what has become of the people , InstantaneWho lived at the head of the lane?" they encourage their children to stay net photo's n specialty. children, Call OFFICE OVER RED FRONT away from school. There is not one ous photographs of "Well, sir, one fairday wc discovered in fifty who would have his children nnd sec my work. Very truly. A. D. Taylor. Is prepared to d? all kinds of The pretty white cottage on are, We neighbors, rushed over to save it, less edpeated than his neighbors, yet meeting of the Hartford Dontal work at reasonable pricos. Stated d of the time during And found that a murder most dire about Was done, and the father and, mother, the school term time is wasted by the Lodge, No. 675, V. & A, Masons, first And daughter and the younger son children staying away from school. Monday night in each month. All brethren nre Invited to attend regular. Wff Lay dead lu their beds and the rifled W. II. Mooitit, W. M. Desks showed why the murder was When the father goes out of his own HnMianaantli.M.W()OLLFAM.Dw II. VWN8Hi;iMKR. Scc'y. district and sees a boy or girl that Is done. Attor ta, da. Oolco 1W,' i WhUclullM, MILS. Blood! Diseases hap-penc- Scott's EmuSsioii d I i- i 1 i I iiiimrPriMiii one-thir- lif to-da- LAWYERS, - d e Tames Sroitlx, -- iTTIII IT lit - G-iiff- attorneys Jt KIngo, Plaw, to-da- y Attorney at Law, Lawyer ' M. I. HeAVfUR mad-hous- IkI I pitied Attorney at Law.' Good-jye,Bil- l! W. H, BARNES nrnfi-icntn- urn; w VtVi ' id mm& I DENTIST. one-thir- -t r. . s!!t, ttf , fS Mrs. litta Crabb uirivbd a few days wish, but regardless ol his characteristics God saw fit to pluck the tender ago to isil her patents. knife against pmlcclcd industries, Mrs. Alma "1 locker, of South Carflower in early childhood. May God Mr. "llithcock, President of rui)i.isii):i) i:vi:uy fkiuay mousing. bless the bereaved parents and bring the Clirystal Plate Glass Company, rollton, is visiting her parents. Jo. It. llom:it.H, . Killtomml Troprldor near St. Louis, wrote to him, giving Mr. Aaron Moscly went to Cnlhoon them to the knowledge of the fact FRIDAY, MARCH 0, IS94. his reasons for believing that the Monday, "That nil things work together for glass industry Is entitled to considerDr. Broonifield's Concert Company good to them that love the Lord," nnd Ropublicau Ticket. ation nt the hands of congress. We spjnt last week in our town. The that little Charley, while in his 1S1I1 i:i(rllnii, v. . find the following summary of hislet-tc- r concerts which were given each evenmonth, was pure and without sin. For County Judge John P. Morton. in the Indianapolis Journal: ing were quite entertaining. Therefore the great consolation is For Sheriff Cnl. P. Keown, "Speaking for his own company, Mrs. Klizabeth Mosely icturncd that he is with the angels. For County Clerk D. M. Hockcr. he says it has converted what was Thursday from Owensboro, where she A FiuiiND. For County Attorne- y- K. P. Neal. formerly a sparsely settled farming has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. For Assessor X. C. Daniel. Whatever may be the cause of community, with one country stoic Green. RoxY. For Jailer Jown V. rilack. blanching, the hair may be restored nnd no iriarkct for the farmers' proFor Surveyor G. S. Fit.hugh. Ilrpiilillnin ('nnimltloc.llrf Hiir. to its original color by the use of that For Coroner G. C. Wcstcrficld. duct, into n flourishing manufacturThe members of the newly elected potent remedy MAGISTRATES! Hall's Vegetable Siing town, where hundreds of thous- Republican County Kxccutive Comcilian Hair Rcnewcr. Hartford A. S. Aull. ands of dollars arc distributed annualmittee arc called to meet in Hartford Kosinc C. L. Woodward. ly in wages, and where the fanners on Monday, March 26, for the purpose t'uurt Vti"t. Ctomwell Jont 13. Wilson. Circuit Court convened Monday all around have a regular and steady of permanent organization, electing Fordsville Huford market at the highest cash prices for Chairman nnd Secretary and transact- with Judge W. T. Owen presiding nnd coNSTimu:: all the produce they choose to raise. ing other important business. In the Com'th Attorney J. 15. Rowe to prosHartford Ilosea Shown. Since the works were started they meantime the various committeemen ecute. Rosine Thomas Allen. The following named gentlemen have brought into the State $10,000,-00- 0 are requested tosend in their names Cromwell K. B. Martin. of dollars, which would otherwise and post office addrcssess to the un- compose the grand jury for this term: Fordsville Buford have gone elsewhere. All the ma- dersigned. A full attendance on the James Gentry, John W. Stevens, Sep KUiot, V. J Riley, Pate Taylor, Isaac terials used by the company ate pro- 26th is earnestly requested. Resd'y, Tiiniii: were nominations made for duced in this country, except soda Foster, David Black, Thos. Tanner, W. A. Giiison, eight tlillcrent county olliecs nt last ash, which is imported. As an illusS unuel Wilson, Asa W. Hodges, S. Pi:kky Wi:stkiu'ikm, Saturday's Democratic Primary, but tration of the effects of protection in Cominitteuien nt Large. L. Haird and R. 15. Williams. John W. Stevens, foreman, there were announced candidates ior one case, Mr. llithcock says: "When The pages of"Toilettes"each month The following cases werecontinued: but seven of these offices, there being we first started our industry we had indicate steady improvement, if in- S. 15. Hill vs. N. A. Ford, D. J. no candidate announced for Survey-or- . our felt imported, for polishing glass,-frodeed it be possible to improve what is Mackey & Co. England at a cost of $1.25 to vs. 15. K. Barnard & Candidates for live of these seven already excellent. For March its enoffices announced themselves in the $1.50 per pound. The protection given gravings are more select and varied Co. Ab Chapman vs. Taylor Coal Co. 1ehtiilican and four out of live ol the industry iu Ametica dutiug the than ever, and permeated with refine- J. Z. Smith vs. same. 15. F. Render the candidates chosen, or eighty per last ten years has enabled those en- ment of taste which all must admire. yi. same. A. C. Wakel.ind vs. same. in itlodevelopthat at the pies-cu- t G. F. Chapman vs. same Jno. Scan-Ia- n cent were those who had announce gaged The early Spring styles form the subvs. Thomas Bros Collier & Co. time we buy American-mad- e frit They arc ruents in these columns. ject of the number, which closes the C. L. HardwL-- Adm'r vs 15. I). of just as good a qulity as that made the present Democratic candidates for present series of the magazine. The Walker in Kngland at about seventy cents a Same vs. same. editions following this will consist of County Judge, Slierill', County Attorpound, or a reduction of nearly one-ha- ' All Com'th cases set for Tuesdiy twenty-fou- r pages, and the price per ney, and Assessor. The filth one failed of what we formerly paid. The were continue until the case of the for the nomination for Jailer by only. reduction iu the price of plate glass copy will be raised to twenty cents. Com'th vs. Virgil Liwrence was 40 votes in a total of nearly 1000 and has been even greater, as Mr. llith- But to the yearly subscribers the rate reached, in which Lawrence was found will be as heretofore. "Toilettcs"cau I was handicapped by live other candiguilty of cutting iu sudden heat and cock, says: 'Our records show that dates for the same nomination in his we are getting for our glass just 70 be obtained from all Newsdealers, or pasion and fined $50. direct from Toilettes Publishing Co., homo precincts and under the circuni The following is a list ol the petit per cent less than we received ten 126 West 23d St., New York. Single Etances his race was more of a victory years ago.' He says that in the way jurors: Wood Tiusley, Klmer Tinsley, Yearly subscripcopies 15 cents. I. M. Bennett, John C. Ralph, J. T. than a defeat. Moral It pays to of reducing the cost of production tions, jit 50. Moore, James Taylor, W. II. Burton, they have reached the end in every advertise- in the Repuhlican. John W. Pate, Bob White, R. D. other item except wages, and that THE PRIMARY. Ion Duke, W. II. Williams, any reduction in the ra.e of duty on Last Saturday was the Democratplate glass must inevitably result in "Three times a week, with dumb I51vis Stevens, Chas. II. Stevens, J. ic Primary Election and a big vote was a reduction of wages." F. Carson, W. B. Wise.F. M. Daugh-ertbells big, . She toils and knows no case, is some kickiug A. B. Stanley, W. P. Render.Jr., polled. There Farmers can see from this letter over the results in a few eases ami how they are interested in protection. And, clad in some ungraceful rig, J. 15. Bean, C. P. Wcstcrficld, Amber She clings to the trapeze. Chick. quite n number of are The establishment of the factory, gave Messrs. II. C. WooldreJge and J. many fanners a market at the high- Upon the horizontal bar abroad in the land. Pendulum like she swings, R Smith, Horse Branch, came down is a list of sacrificial est price for all they could raise, and And, like some lady circus star, The following Tuesday evening bringing young lambs to be offered up in November; the removal of protection will result Spins round upon the rings. For Count)- - Judge K. T. Williams; in a reduction of wages that will make F.ach day she puts the boxing gloves Fads Allen, charged with stealing a valise containing about $55 worth of for Sheriff, J.. P. Stevens; for County the workingman less able to buy Upon her dainty hands. clothing from Mr.S. D. Ikss at Horse what the farmers have to sell. And, caring not tor those Clerk, Rowan Holbrook; for County Branch two weeks ago. What is happening at the Crystal Allen was She counters and she lands. Attorney, F. L. Felix; for Assessor, Plate-glas- s brought before Judge Morton, waivworks is happening at John M. Leach; for Jailer, J. A. thousands of factories all over would to heaven she ed an examining trial, and was held the Oh, much more peaceful would try A art, Magan: for Surveyor, W. H. Barnes; country, and is depriving the farmers under $100 bond for his nppeirauce And go back to the days gone by for Coroner, J. W. Bradley. Wednesday morning. of a market for millions 01 dollars The Grand When she took up Delsarte. They are all good men and their worth of produce. Jury returned an indictment, and his For now I have to use great care party will mnko a strong cflort to bond was increased to $200. And know what I'm about; ii::ayi:i. dam, elect them in November. Reiki Suulcrs.for the cutting affray 15. Pate filled his To kiss her I don't even dare, March 7. Rev. K. The girl might knock me out." in which he took part at Fordsville a regular appointment here Sunday THINK WELL. year or more ago, sentenced to two Great institutions, great names night. While Frnest Tracy and Sam Cox, years in the penitentiary. Mr. and Mrs. J.H.Xave and daughand great reputations are as a rule Small, Alexander & Co. vs. J. A. ter, Miss Bessie, and Miss Attye Aus- Jr. were walking along the high bank up toward the college the other day, Magan dismissed without prejudice. not made in a day. It is true that tin spent Sunday in Hartford, at Mr. they got funny and each tried to throw now and then a man rises at almost n A. F. Downs vs J. R Curtis disT.J. Smith's. off. At last both fell and missed. single bouud from the lower and Miss I.estie Hayes returned to her the other planted themselves squarely in the A. O. Ucrryman &c. vs. S. C. Taj-lo- r humbler walks up to the higher xvalks home in Rochester Saturday. nice yellow mud in the gutter below. continued. Same vs. Same setof life, but usually such examples are Miss Willie Xeal, South Carrollton, tled like meteors, merely transitory in- - was of Misses Vienna and One of the most interesting things The Grand Jury returned tlucz intheir nature. So that it might be set 1511a Sowders. last week, returned you can do is to go to the office of dictments up to yesteiday morning down as a rule almost invariably true home Monday. Cisebier & Burton and sit down upon One against John Long for assiult Mr. and Mis. John T. Martin celethat great and good names and charSam and Perry's bunk. The effect is and battery; one against John W. acters are to be built alouo by days brated the thirteenth anniversary of of about 30 Willis grand larceny; one against Forrest, Saturday night. equal to an electric shock their son, nnd years of patient toil. volts and is altogether refreshing. It I5de Allen same. The confidence reposed by our peo- A large number were invited. They gives a simultaneous and almost inWin. Dehart fined $;od lor violation ple in our g: eat men is not due to an y all met at the Austin House nnd explicable tendency to rise up quick- of Prohibition Law. started at 7 o'clock, chaperoned by single act or effort of those men, but Heniy Daniel forgaining fiued$3, Misses Anna McKenney, Bessie Nave, ly and go about your own business to the fact that throughout years of with renewed energy, leivirg well Com'th vs. Chas. Hurt stricken Daisy Stevens and Attye Austin. continued and laborious service they The voters of this district met Fri- remembered associations behind. For from docket. Colhave proven themselves trusthwortliy Messrs. J. L Bogirs and D. B. for the further particulars apply to J. L. day night at the School-hous- e by their faithful discharge of duty. purpose of discussing whether or not lins, J. M. Casebier or the Gossippcr. Rhoads applied for license to practice Many years are icrjuired for tho build- they should vote a tax to build a collaw, and the court appointed Attor"Mule a brayin'; neys Weddingand Sanderfur examining of characters and reputations, lege. Man at gate; ers and on Thursday they reported recwhether personal or public in their SCHOOL N'oms. 'Hello, brother!' ommending that license be grantnatures, but cither 01 both may bo Mr. D. B. Rhoads, a former pupil of (Candidate!) ed, and Messrs. Rogers and Rhoads bit iu nu hour. One false step nnd our.school, made us a pleasant visit d children were sworn in. Thursday afternoon. the work is done. Watch an' wait; Grinstead &: Co. vs. W. S. Gains-conti- nued Miss I.ula Anderson and sister spent Too often in this life, both in our 'Bless the darlin's!' to 14th day. (Candidate!) social and business affairs, are we Friday morning with us. Com'th vs. John Land and John W. We gladly welcomed Mr. Lonnie tempted to cast aside those who have Stump in cornfield; Willis continued to 6th day. Stewart iu our midst Thursday morn(Growin1 late,) Eervcd us long and well and faithful A. O. Berryman &c. vs. S. C. TayRaised a farmer,' ing. ly, and to allow our minds and hearts (Candidate!) lor &c settled. Monroe was out of school Miss Sue to run out after those who are new Com'th vs. S. 15. Mosely continThursday and Friday on account of d soldier and yet untried. Why, 111 social life, ued. state; Served the sickness. cast aside a true and tried friend, 'Want more pensions?' Com'th vs. John Awtry continued The R. 15. G's will entertain soon. his influence who by his example-an(Candidate!) for commonwealth. Arm:. has mitde our lives better, and ene Com'th vs. Frank Fielden conwidder, throne in his stead another whose Sad as fate; tinued for commonwealth. An ll'lrt'M. 'Lost my wife, too!' qualities and whose ability to do us Com'th Frank Jones confessed a Wedneday's Commercial contains (Candidate!) fine of $100. good, arc alike unknown? And why the following account of Mrs, Lease, Colored nigger Com'th vs. R. T.Tuylor continued in our business relations cast asido the Kansas freak. Black as slate; for Plaintiff, and attachment issued the faithful servant for the dazzling Mrs. Lease, the reform agitator and 'Good as white man!' for witnesses. orator, received word from Dttudalk, temptations of the new? (Candidate!) D. Stewart, carrying concealed weapin this connection it might be Ireland, today, that by a will made by And Big church mcetiu' ons fined $25 and ten days in jail. well to remark-tha- t wo have in our nu aunt of hers nineteen years ago she Deacons straight; R. T. Taylor, for selling liquor is an heiress to a large fortune. It has 'Born a Baptist!' midst a veiy apt example of tho truthconfessed fine of 100. been accumulating in interest ever (Candidate!) fulness of the sentiments just express Com'th vs. Albert Render, for sell since. The Irish relatives did not ed. Safe in office; ing liquor hung jury. know what became of the Cliues, one Voters wait; InHartford College and Business of whom Mrs. Lease is, till her fame 'Go to thunder!' stitute under its present active nnd "(Candidate!)" Undo Illt'U NtneiiN Demi. spread over the continent and efficient management hus come to bo Richard Stevens died at his home back in the county of Louth, in recogni.eil afar and wide, as being F.lderly people remember their spring on No Creek, Monday the 5th inst, which her aunt and old neighbors bitters with n shudder. The present of old age. He was one of the oldest one of the leading, us well one of tho lived. The ainmout of the fortune is generation have much to be thankful men in the county, having been born best schools in this section of the not stated. for, not the least of their blessings March the 4th, 180S, so at the time Mississippi Valley. Its good name and reputation as an educational in The marvelous success of Hood's being such a pleasant and thoroughly of his death he was one day over 86 btitution of far more than ordinary Sarsaparilla is based upon the corner effective spring medicine as Ayer's years old. In 1830 he was married It is a health-restore- r to Miss IJlizabeth Owen and to this excellence are not confined to tho stone of absolute merit, Take Hood's Sarsaparilla. and union were born eleven children, five limits of our own State, but its light throughout the spring months. of whom are living, namely: Rev. lias been seen, its iulluenco has been Worli to I.rl. Richard Stevens, Ncwtonsville, Ind; i.ivi:ii.tioiu,'. felt and its meiits have been recog. On Saturday, March 24, 1894, at Mrs. Sallie A. Harris, Rolla, Mo; Misses Fidelia and Gussie Hewlett nized in many of our sister States. the Thoroughfare Bridge, we will let Mrs. Hannah Chambcrliu and Mrs. and Sue Young, of South Carrollton, How has this rcputution been built? the building of the abutment to said Amanda A. Milligan, of No Creek, were the guests of Mrs. R. II. Hack-ct- t How has this character been formed? bridge to the lowest and best bidder. and Mr. C. T. Stevens, of Ccntertown, last week. How hus this prestige been won? Not Reserving the right to reject any or nnd 25 He has 21 Miss Nannie Hnckett went to Suiith by spasmodic effort. Not by chance, nnd all bids. great-granchildren living. Carrollton Sunday. to be sure not by change of adminisS. T. Stuvkns, He was a prosperous farmer, n kind Mrs. J. R. Crouch went to Island tration. The present excellences lias Thursday. Cait. Smith, husband and a highly respected citiCommissioners. been achieved ns all excellence is zen. He told his daughter, Mrs. Messrs, Tom B. Fentress and Charachioved by labor, It has required lie Taylor, of South Carrollton, spent Chamberlin, some years ago that he In Jlomorj' years to build up the brilliant Buccees Sunday with friends in the city. Point Pluasant, Ky., Mar. 4, '94. was trying to' serve the Lord, and of Hartford College, but all can bo when asked during his last sickness Prof. W. II. Pcay returned from A Pleasant home made sad. destroyed 111 one thoughtless hour. Owensboro Saturday. the dreaded Angel of Death visited concerning .his future welfare he Shall it bo destroyed? Proncrty, Mr. Andrew Rowe, who has been the home of Mr. II. II. D ivis and said he was all right and felt perfectpeople and common sense emphaticvery ill, is so far recovered that he is family to summons their infant son ly resigned to goat the Master's call. ally say no. His fuucral was preached 1y the able to be out on the .streets once to its home beyond the sky more. Little Charley Lawlon Davis, while Rev. J. Jl, Perryman, in the presence LOULSVILXU COMMERCIAL. Miss Cordelia Moore, of Boonville, in health was all smiles and love and of a large audience on March 6th, alter Representative Tarsuey, of Mis- Iud., passed through town last week, his prospects for the future were all which the remains were, interred in ' that the hearts of fond parents could t he Carson graveyard. souri, is one of the most active prtrtic- - en route to Cnlhoon, Hartford Republican ipants.in Senator Vest's war to the ly XntiloHrnllniPiilN. . Foitnsviu.i:, Ky., Mnr, 3, iSot. To 'nu; Kiti'UiiMCANS in' Ohio County: The smoke ol uui family fight has cleared nwnyand your humble scribe is among the t idu. You have decided that I slinll no longer le n candidate nnd I cheerfully accept the situation and shall do what occurs to me that I can do in the interest of the whole ticket, and I expect to intefst myself iu behalf of the excellent gentleman who distanced me in the race for Assessor. Though knocked out, in the first round I believe that every blow Hi it my opponent aimed at me was directed above the belt, and ifnny of them fell short and lauded below, , I am not aware of it, I am deeply gratelul to my many friends throughout the county foi their kindly interest taken in my behalf nnd there is no language at my control to adequately express my gratitude to them, and I cherish no ill feeling whatever against those of you who helped my opponent to pull through. I only hope that you will work many times harder to secure his election than you did for his nomination, mid you who cast your votes for me will make me fee! doubly grateful if you will double your ambition and vie with those who voted against me in helping Mr. Daniel make a successful home tun. I hope that none of my friends, among my friends, or my friends among my ( will suppose for one instant that I feel the least butt over the result, for I was aware from the beginning that defeat was possible, if not probable, and while it did not go 1113 way it went another man's way, who piobably wanted it as bad as I did. Though defeated I am proud of the showing I made, being almost an entire stranger, having been iir Hartford only once and South of Rough River but six times iu my life before I became a candidate. While my opponent wns an elderly and widely known man and n gallant soldier, which was no small item in his favor. Notwithstanding this and the fact that I made no canvass, to speak of, I received the largest vote ol any defeated candidate. Though, of course, not especially pleased at the way my first venture iu the candidate line resulted, I don't Ice! the lcist inclined to kick and Milk. I anno meed myself subject to the action of the Republican party and I cheet fully bow and of that party, submit to the deci.-ioas expressed by its action at its recent Convention. I felt when I entered tl'ie race that the man who defeated me would be our next Assessor, and I feel that way yet, at any rate I shall labor to that end. I am awaic that work is what brings1 about results, and in the language of one of our esteemed I'npulist speakers, "if weever 'com-plis- h any eff'-r- t we've got to wotk." so here's to you boys, united we'll win, divided we won't. Iu conclusion I desire to say to my fellow who like niyrclf ate "out of it," don't sulk, don't get sore, swallow your wrath nnd stop and think what an injury iu will be doing the party by not freely giving the ticket your support. Lack of h.umouy nnd personal broils aie among ih.-- causes why Republicans :.re not in charge of Ohio county's affairs. Now, unfortunately, it set 1:1s that some who aspire to be leaders, git np difimices, whilj others have indisei icily a'lowcd P'isoiial mitten to stand Utwcen them a 11. patty triumph. Such things nuy be the cause of some of us being the under dog in the fight just end-- e 1 and I sincerely hope and trust that defeated candidates will, good natural ly, accept the verdict of the Republicans of the county, to whom we .submitted our claims, and ''shed our linen" and work for the ticket, ever remembering that the sting of defeat had to be feltsoniewliere.nndifwehad not got left the "other fellow" would, so lct-u- s think of the great Democratic slaughter that is now going on and smile. To my mind about the most unbecoming thing nu can do is to sullen and sulk iu his tent, and especially ought harmony to icign supreme, now when Republican prospects are s bright. Remember we would have expected and doubtless w mid have receive! the hearty support of the successful candidates had they been defeated. Apply the Golden Rule here. I write thus not because I have heard any "hit dog howl," but to "stir up your pure minds by way of remembrance." As for me, if there is n man in the crowd who will support the nominee for Assessor with moie zeal than myself, let him stand up and be countRespectfully, ed. G. Davis Rovat., n s, 1 Loans nnd discounts, less loans to Directors . . 568,304.80 Loans to Directots (officers not include! o6.oo mtisfactlon, or Loans to Officers They're (iiiimeiifc-i- f 400.00 your money is relumed. . . Overdrafts, scented 1,937.3s A ono of fntnirti tint rnn't Iki cured by Overdrafts, unsecured . . 437.06 Dr. S.i'o'n Cittarrh Iteimxly I so rare that Due from Nat. Banks . . 5,966.74 thomiWiiof thoiiKNlielnoiiroulllinc tollik Due from St'c ll'ks& B'k'rs 483.2S thU oll'er: " If wo iim't euro your t'ntarrli, 3000,00 perfectly nnd erminriitly, no matter what Banking house nnd lot . , f.VX)." your case Is, wu'll juiy you 1,341,67 Stocks mid Hands. . . . Specie 2,718.78 Currency 2,260.00 Marriage liscenscs since our last I5xchnngcs for Clearings . 2,145.59 report: Leslie Tnvlor nnd Sue Hun- Other items carried as cash 1,367.49 1,000.00 ter. W. Alouzo Allen and Uli.abetli Furniture mid Fixtures . . 145.97 Samuel Kctchuni nnd Taxes paid A. Iloglaud. . . expenses . . 1,088.50 Joseph Lloyd nnd Current I5uln Newton. Other assets, debts in suit 698.51 Laura Sinily. Robert Nelson and A. II. Miller and Sarah $93.7'-7I5va Pittle. LIABH.ITIKS. J. Wysong. Cap'l stock paid in, inensh 530,000.00 profits . . . thk ci:iiiim,Ti:i) utimtv stallion Undividedsubjeetoeheckfon . 7,418.97 Deposits which in. is not paid . 56,069.79 Due National Batiks . . . 81.63 ' 131.38 Due Stitc banks and b.ui'is o . 7 jinsMioiml Lou. Tliero'n nothing In tbo way of pills nu mimll or nu ensy to 10K0 nu Uiom) llttlo Pellet. Tliero'n nothing mi wuy nnd imtiirnl In no- turn -- nothing Hint ran no v, much Instlin? bx1. Thoy nlwliitcly nml ixrmniwiiti euro Coni.tlvitlnn. llllloumiowi, Indigestion, Sluk or Illlloiw Ilontlncl'W, Jnim-dicSour Htomnrli, nnd Dlailne. AH of liver, ntomacli, mid bowels nro prevented, relieved, nnd limit A VIXT'IVCKKT remedy Ir. rinrco' Pleasant Pellets. Put lip In llttlo gloss lnLi, liatulir tfcnlml, and comenleiit. too, bo that you know ttiov'ru nlwiiys frwh niul reliable, iinliko tlio ntlll, illln In wooden or QUARTERLY REPORT Atlho oloso of Businoss on tho 23d day of Docombor, 1893. RI5SOURCI5S." - I -- 01' J.IIH- - r TF Ol' " " & S93.7i.77 Stati: of Kisstuckv, Col'.stv 01' Ohio, 1 j lf 1 SE'' MnnK4iS(JELl season, be- HERCULES! ginning March 12, 1891, at Hci&chel Pottei's Mondays and Tuesdays; nt Will stand the present I n, y, Haven's StoreU'eduesdays and Thursdays: at RoMtie Fridays and Saturdays, and will be permitted to serve mates at?S to iusiitc a colt to stand up and suck; $7 to insure a mate with foal, money due when the fact is ascertained or mare tr.iusfeired; 55 by the season; $3 single leap. Care will be taken to prevent accidents, but will not be responsible should any occur. We will give a premium of season to best colt, J. W. Wilson, Rosine, Ky. Sam K. Cox, President of Bank ol Hnttford, Ky., n Bank Liated and doing business iu the town of Hartford, iu said county being duly sworn says that the foregoing Report is iu nil respects n true .statement of the condition of the said Bank ntthcclosc of business 011 the 23d day of December, 1893. to the best of his knowledge and bcliel; and lurther says that the business of said Bank has been transacted at the location named, and not elsewhere; rud that the above is made iu compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary of State designating the 23d day of December, 1893, ns the day on which such report shall be made. Subscribed and sworn to before me by Sam K. Cox the 28th day of December, 1893. G B.Likuns.C.O.C.C. Sam K. Cox, President, ,J J McHhnuv, Director, " John C Thomas, rt I. S. C0I.li.MAN, " she-love- EIOILSIOB SCHOOL DESK 00. odf oisriisroiiNriNrA.Ti. Ed. Porter Thompson, Superintendent of'Public Instruction of the State, has the following to say in regard to the goods of this Company: H Son. Excelsior Church and School Furnishing Company. tn, A w! jsgKfis3t.iB mm win. vwt r the-gue- st J. C. BROOKE, Pres. and Genl Iffgtr. Cincinnati, Ohio, U. S. fl. OK (s 0 OF Ji.Vi-.'Itiior H'llLIC IXSTKl'CTION, Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 17, SlTKIMNTKNDKN'n l.SSI-l- . J flclionl Desk Co.. Cincinnati, 0. Tow-heade- Gray-heade- GKNTLF.MKN: Having examined with some cure the Maps, CUuttt, Gltibs nnd Ulackboard Material which you propose to oiler to the schools of tlm State under the law requiring such illustrative apparatus, I can recommend them na being of good material, good workmanship, nnd euitablo for tho uq of our teacheri". Your plan to sell them in combination, nud tlm?, as you iiMiiro me, very materially reduce the price of the whole, U to I o ommended, and especially no m your outfit is made to cover substantially o.ir whole school course as laid down in Sec. 21 of the School Law. Tho four classes you have arranged, from which trustees muy chooe, nt specific, prices ranging from $2."i to $05 ior a complete outlit, is a great point iu your favor. Old-tim- These Good sure perfectly reliable and the Company is represented by a home man, Apply to E3CuA.R.TICn.ID, K frr fcS j; 7V -- IT o A 'A 3 K2 y hcalth-maiutniue- r. si S 5--U &l grand-childre- d m m h 3 ') To-da- ; Livery and Feed Stable; First-clas- s Turnouts at Reasonable Rates. Best Rigs in Town. Special attention given to traveling men. -- 1 Take your Hogs to Hnll. Carson & Co. sell the Clothing, Ask Carson & Co. for tobacco ton. cot- ,. H. Stevens' groceries are nlways fresh. I,ook ot I,. I). Stevens' cuttiery. Call on I,. II. Stevens for your gro- I'llitriillnitnl Mnednjc, A large and enthusiastic crowd of I'lllU'cli .Y'l'i'llliff, Picpirntoiy to tliu scries of meet- QUART URL Y JtiPOUT Sec our new line of umbrellas. , ceries. EARLY SPUING GOODS. Cahson Co. & Co. Iluy your Neckwear from Carson & Come to Cat son Shoes. Hall wants and nutter. Anything you want in the grocery line at L. II. Stevens ' heap Go to W. II. Williams for Candy-pullin- g Hnve this week placed on their counters n shipment of enrly spring goods, including brown and bleached domestics, plain and Taney shirting, table linens, napkins, oil cloths, prints, ginghams, satincs, princess duckings, cashmeres, woolen dress goods in nil the spring'shades, notions of every kind. Dress trimmings in the latest novelties. Hercules' biands in cotton and silk, serpentine brands, silks, velvets, etc., every thing suitable for spring wear. lot white handkerchiefs, plain " fancy bordered " extra fine plain " imported 5c, worth 5c, 10c 25c 40c PAIR IQH.OS. cfc CO. & Co's. for plow groceries. at the Masonic Hall night. jour Chickens, Kggs Hall sells goods cheaper than the cheapest. Try him. Ilannauas, oranges and grapes nt W. II. Williams'. Mr. John Shown, llcda, called to see Fair Bro. Lowest prices on tobacco cotton at & Co's. us Wednesday. Road Wagons, the very best, at McIIenry, Good oil red prints, 5c Fair llros. & Co's. per yard, at Taylor & Co's. n Mr. G. T. Wcstcrfield, was in town Sunday. C. K. Maitin wants to sell you new clock. i 1 1 1 1 Cheap lor rash. 10c " " " " " roc 15c " " 40a 50c " ' " " men's gingham bordered handkerchiefs 5c, sold everywhere for 10. Extra quality ladies black ' hose, 20c sold everywhere f jr 2:. Children's lioau, double heel and knee, 20c worth 35c. C. H Corsets, best sold, worln $1.50, our priccjli.25. Kndless variety of hair pins, front 5c per doen up to : Ilopkinsville, C. I. Hard wick, II. Williams for a good came up Weddesday. lunch while attending Court. Kennedy, the photoprapher, is Attend the candy-pullinnnd have over the Red Front. n good time night. For Farming Implements of every kind go to Taylor & Co. Wanthd Several barrels of Punt: Cuaii Cmiiit, at W. II. Williams ' The sure path tocconomy is through Mr. F. M. Hutchison, of Hender- Fair llros. $. Co's. stoic. son, is a visiting attorney attending Finest candies and fruits in town court this week. at L. II. Stevens'. Call on V. g Protect youisclfby bujing a Mackintosh coat from Carson & Co. Arise nnd lcjoice., in one of Fair Bros. & Co's. $10 S' its. Iioynl ki.l gloves, nil shades, worth i.oo ail $1 25. every piir guaranteed. Our notion department is full too many to mention all mid those win mis seiing this litunud getting our prices mi! surely doing themselves an injustice Free wool couldn't put tlie price of clothing much lower than Fair llros & Co. have them now. It. Wedding went to I.eitch field 011 legal business Monday night rt turning Tuesday. . Col. 1. Dr. J. II. White and brother Ollie went to Cromwell yesterday. S. Fair llros. & Co. have built up n trade by pulling down prices. F. Marlow, of Patesville.was in town the .first of the Week. L. II. Stevens will sell you groceries cheaper than anybody else. Mr. 12. Boots, No one in O'lio better fived iu this line. Our clothing is ol the choicest selection, stylish garments, bought nt liaid time piiccs. All wcol suits, run. ning from $5 to $18. Finest line of ladies, mcii'd nttduliildrcn'scustoni shoes to be had. Very stylish and cheap Trunks, valises telescopes, at reduced prices. Farmers, don't fail to get our prices on Tobacco Cotton. We head the.11 nil in prices and quality. Give us ncall and wc will prove to you that our prico3 arc lower and that our goads are superior t much tnvili that you have been paying high prices for. ho5 ounty h & Clothing. Don't fail to read every week Fair llros. & Co.'s "al," there is always something interesting iu it. FAIR BROS. & CO IMlOPHIKTOIlg OF Hartford Temple of Fashion. Fuipav, Makcii Moil ll K. 9. 1894. 4'llllSlll til Pirtle, who has been at lt Nashville taking Dentistry in University, returned horns last Saturday. The Doctor woa the gol 1 medal offered for the b;st "g- U fillings." The cl is-- i consisted of a large number of young men coin, o ,ed of the first, second and third year student". the second Dr. Pirtle was a mcnb-.Toyear class nnd is the first Keutuclcian He will leniin to win this pn.e (all, when he will return to here until Nashville and complete his stu 1 es Ofiice, over Williams & Hell's drit.r Dr. 'oM.'fil'l. J. Van-derbi- - f More. - A qulfl wniilhiir. Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock, Mr. Robert Nelson, of Hcndcrson.and Miss F.va Pirtle, of this county, were married at the home of the bride's father, Mr. V. W. Pirtle, four miles vast of to iv n. In the presence of the family and a small numberof relatives and friends of the contracting parties. very beautiful Rev. IS. 15. Pate, in impressive manner, spoke the nnd words that united them. The groom is onc'of the foremost young men and teachers of Henderson county, is distinguished for his excellent character nnd good name. The bride is n bcautilul and accomplished young lady and n successful teacher, possessing many rare qualities of head and heart. The young people met nt school here a year or two ngo, where the attachment, which has culminated in in their happy marriage, had its beginning. May earth's fairest, sweetest flow-er- s and life's choicest blessings be theirs through life. Alter congratulations of friends the bridal party left for Henderson. TOBACCO 1894! VV We have just received a of the Old Reliable "Homestead Tobacco Grower," which we have arranged to sell at lower figures than ever. This is a "High Oracle" goods and has stood the test of years and all competitors and now stands without a rival. Liberal premiums will be awarded to the grower of the various grades of tobacco after the maturity of same. Farmers should send in early. Beaver Dam, March 6, 1894. The Owensboro Messenger of Sunday sas: Felix Poole who has nude bim-se- lt more 'or liss notorious in Ohio count for several years, and for whom the officers have been looking for some time, has at last been cap tured and is now iu jail here. Poole forkuklux- . was indicted' last Mimmcr ing and a bench warrant was issued for him. Several limes the officers have br en close upon him, but he The officers ' managed to elude them. ' iu this county weie notified to bj on Several days for him. the look-ou- t ngo information was received that he was lurking iu the vicinity of Whites-Mllcniyesterday Deputy Sheriffs Pierce nnd Shackelford went up after him. They succeeded in finding him, Poole got wind of their mission and started on a run. The officers chased him for about n mile, and when they overtook him he showed fight. They soon brought him to terms, however, and landed him in jail here about noon. One of them will take him to Hartford Monday. "Poole was sentenced to a term in the penitentiary for an attempted rape on his own daughter, but was pardoned by Governor Brown upon what has since proven false representations in the petition sent to the executive. He had only been out a short time when he got into the scrape for which ho is now under arrest. It was reported at one time that a mob had captured and shot him, but this proved erroneous. He is a bad man nnd the citizens of Ohio county will be glad to know he is once more in the clutches of the law," Mr. J. L. Rogers and Mr. D. B. property at Beda to Mr. Ford, IlefPoole was brought here Monday Rhoads, who were yesterday granted lin. Mr Ford has erected a blacksmith and put under bond for $100. license to practice law arc two of the shop and is permanently located. Mr. county's most deserving young men. Ashly has moved to Stanley Daviess Briugyourchickcnsto Carson &Co. lly close application they qualified county, where he goes into the hotel themselves and for teaching iu which and livery business, they have been quite successful. The petition to the Board of Trust-ces- s Their many friends wish them abundof Hartford College has been signant success in their new field of labor. ed by almost all the principal taxThe McHenry Manufacturing and payers of the town, so that therecau Machine Company has been incor- be no mistake whatever as to what think of the porated at McIIenry and will soon the people and have completed a capacious shop. In proposition to pay Dr. Alexander CAK-LOA- D a short time the establishment will be $250 more per year. read for work. The excellent genThe protracted meeting at the Baptlemen composing the company are tist Church is continued from to be complimented upon their public night's Church meeting. Dr. spirit and energy. The county needs Coleman will preach Sunday and Sunmore such men. and day night Rev. Hale The attention of the trustees of the will arrive on Monday and will do county is called to the advertisement the pleaching after he arrives, llro. ol the Excelsior School Desk CompaHale is one of the most succcsslul ny of Cincinnati, which appears iu ministers in the State nnd is a prothis issue. This company handles found divine. He has yet to make none but first class .goods and those his first failure iu a revival, During trustees who have not yet supplied his year's work witli the FirstBaptist their houses would do well to sec this Church of Owensboro nearly three company before purchasing. Their hundred members have been added to goods are not only goodand upwiththe the Church. That such a man should highest standard, but is also cheap in give Hartford two weeks of his life, price. The local agent, Mr. W. II. should inspire the christian people of Sanies, ol Hartford, is sufficient our town to a lively interest in behalf guaranty to our people that the deal- of the meeting. ings of the company will be straightfFor Sale: One house and lot for orward and honorable, besides the Excelsior School 'Desk Co. is one of sale or rent, two miles from Hartford. the great school supply companies of Apply to James W. Ford, Hartford, or O. h. llowen, Cleopatra, Ky. 28 8t the United States. first-clastax-paye- l.wl. Mr. W. F. Kennedy nnd family Dr. A. F. Stanley, who has- - been have taken rooms at Mrs. Patterson's.' attending a medical colletre at .Mem phis for the past several months, was I Dresses for spring, make the ladies sing songs of praises for Fair Bros. in town liw:sday. Co. On the 24th ult., the wife of George j & son of Mosely, color, Hnyti, gave birth to ' Latnie, the a olb boy. The peculiarity about the Mr. IS. D. Oldham, Horton, has pneu' child is the total absence of one car monia. . at the j There will be a candy-pullin- g Carson & Co. will bring the largest stock of dress goods and trimmings Masonic Hall Saturday for the benefit that has ever been brought to Hart-- I of the Hall. ford. Don't buy until you see their Mr. Herman Render, Centertown, stock. was a pleasant caller at this office MV TliHini. T!1nl- - i1n I..... l..iAH Tuesday. employed in Mr C. h. Field's livery Hon. T. J. Smith came down from stable for some time past, has accepted Frankfort Saturday night and returna position iu a livery stable at Owens- -' ed Sunday night. boro. Hall has moved his butcher shop Mr. Sam Ketchum,- traveling sales- and groceries to the Blue Front just man for J. T. McKclvy, Owensboro, south of the court house. was married Wednesday to Miss You can can put on "scallops" for Mary Newton, of Ileflin, Rev. J. 11. a little money, if you buy your emFerryman officiating. broideries at Fair Bros & Co's. Remember that C. R. Martin, the j Activity in white goods when the old and reliablejewelcr, is still in the ' March wind blows Activity in prices ring, and is prepared to furnish you ' all the year through at Fair Bros. & any kind of goods in the Jewelry line. Co's. Also does first class repairing at low-e- s' s Mr. W. F. Kennedy, a prices. photographer.is located over the Red Fair Bros. & Co. extend to all the Front and prepared to do all kinds of Jurymen a special invitation to visit of work in his line nt reasonable rates. them and inspect the largest and best Miss Laura Mrs. I.ou Collins, selected and cheapest line of Dress Render, Messrs. O. M. Shultz and GooJs. clothing, shoes, etc., while Perry Casebier nnd Mr. Jo. B. Rogers court. nnd wife attended the Nelsou-Pirtl- e Remember that Miss Collins, Car- nuptials Wednesday. son ec Co's. popular Milliner, will Some people talk of fine sales aud leave for the Fast on the r2th to seslaughter sales, and goods at cost, cure n boss line of Millinery goods but when Fair Bros. & Co. talk the which will arrive in due time for whole town knows it means some-thin- g Kastcr. Wait and see our stock. worth while. Caksok & Co. Mr. J. I,. Rogers, Beaver Dam, and Our excellent Street Surveyor, Mr. Master Ivan Taylor, Cromwell, went S. S. May, recently appointed, is do- to Frankfort yesterday to visit the ing all in his power to reclaim our lattcr's father, Senator. Taylor C S. streets, but they have been neglected Taylor. So long that it will take an extra Judge L. P. Little, Judge C. W. amount of work to put them in .anyMassie, Owensboro; J. J,. Shutt, S. P. thing like good condition. Tanner, Calhoon; W. A. Wickliff, Rev. R. A. Stevens, Ncwtonville, Greenville, are the visiting Attorneys Ind., will preach at No Creek next attending Court this week. Sunday morning at i r o'clock n. in, Dan Hines brought to our office This is Mr. Stevens old home nnd he would like to have ns many of his yesterday tbe skin of a red rabbit. It friends and relations present on that is about the color ol a fox and is quite occasion ns can conveniently attend. a curiosity. Dan says he caught the rabbit in the flats North of town. Fair Bros. & fo. have just received The largest dealers in Farming a communication from their popular hat trimmer, Miss Bennett, saying Implements, Road Wagons, Buggies, that she was selecting and trimming and building materials iu Ohio counthe handsomest line of Millinery to be ty are, Taylor & Co., of Beaver Dam. found, She assures us that she will Buying in large lots they can necesbe able, as heretofore, to down com- sarily give their customers the very petition in prices and styles. All lowest prices. goods will be in and ready by Easter. Mr. James Ashley has sold his seven-year-old education met nt the ings, which begins iu our church Court House Tuesday night, and next Sunday morning it is of fitj,t imJudge J. S. Glenn called the meeting portance that we have n full church We to order. Dr. J. IS. Pendleton was meeting next Satnrnay evening. chosen Permanent Chairman, II. D. thcrefoie insist upon ourentire memRingo, Sccrctaiy, and Jo. II. Rogers, bership being present as this perhaps will be the last meeting at which the Assistant Secretary. The object of the meeting was to present pastor will ever preside. J. S. Comjman, Pastor. express the sentiment of the people relative to the employment of Dr, W. Hall pays cash for nil he buys. Alexander as Principal of Hartford College for the ensuing school year. On motion the. Trustees were called upon to state the status of the negoin tiations between the Board aud Dr. Alexander. Dr. J. T. Miller respond ed on behalf of the Board and stated Inherited Scrofula Cured the cuss which was a difference of about 5250. Dr. J. S. Coleman then Road tho Statomont of. a offered the following resolutions, prePopular Toachor faced by a strong appeal in favor of paying the additional $250 asked by Dr. Alexander. Wiii'.kkas, We have learned that in order to further promote the progress and better subserve the growth nnd development of our College, nn Institution, of which wc nre justly proud, Hint Dr. Alexander, our noble President, has found it necessary to request a small inctcasc iu his salary in a couttact for the future, and, We have learned Wiiiskkas, with regret, that the very modest demand of our most excellent President, to whom our Institute is so Mr. Gto. A. ZtrMo deeply indebted for its present pros3It. Itorcli, Tcnn. perity, has not been granted by our Tho statements In th tcitlnioiil.it below nre highly respected Board of Tritstscs, familiar f.iets to tlio Immecll.ito frlemls ot Mr. now therefore be it (Ico. A. Zlrkle, school teacher, of ML Horcu, RKso'.vnn, That we request said T.Tcnn., . cry ell know throughout tho county, hero ho w as horn nnd has al ays lh e J. Head It. Board of Trustees to comply with the "C. I. Hood &Co., Lowell, Mnss.i "De.ir Sirs: I lelleo In Hood's Sarsaparilla. very reasonable demand of President I u III tell you why. I Ime suffered from InAlexander that our prosperous Colherited scrofula from childhood. When 37 years lege may not be subjected to a change of age, my eyes becamo strangely nffectcd. I which could could not read after sunset, and w hen I would iu its management, close my eyes, I could not open them; but on scarcely result otherwise than injuwhichever lilo I lay, on that tldo I could open my cje. This condition continued about two riously to the future success of the the friends of OP THIS Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK At thoCloso of Business on 23d day of Docom-bor- , 1803. KESOURCES. Loans and Discounts, less loans to Directors . . $5.1,127.50 Loans to Directors (officers not included . 600.00 Overdrafts, secured . . . 1,412.00 Overdrafts, unsecured . . 568.48 Due fr6m National Banks 15,759.11 Due from State banks and Hankers 108 00 Banking house and lot . . 3,000 00 Specie 1,398.97 Currency 5,017.00 Other items carried as cash 50.00 Furniture nnd Fixtures . . 1,50000 Taxes paid 13 1. 05 Current expenses 1,768.56 Hood's ... .... $85,443.67 LIABILITIES. Surplus fund Capital stock paid in, in cash$25, 000. 00 5,250.00 Undivided profits . . . . 6,312.33 Due Depositors 48,830.36 DueSt'tebanks&St'teb'k'rs 50.98 $35,443.67 STATH Ol' IvUNTUCKV, ) County op Ohio,, j 11 Institution. sat-facti- RnsoiA'nu, That vn take this All over my body nnd limbs. I had to havo my little, boys tako shoo brushes and scratch me. opportunity to express our great It was dreadful. It continued a month and was with the present adminisfollowed Immediately by a tumor In tho right tration of Dr. Alexander and most sldo of my neck, as largo as r small egg. I nt sincerely hops anl advise tint he b; onco commenced taking physicians' prescripcontinued till I In tho mean continued in the Presidency of our tions and tumor changed lost hope. to the Immetlmo tho Its place honored Institution. diate front of my neck, suppurated nnd was folbroken. Prof. B. D. Ringo made an earnest lowed by others, till six had formed andLargo tu"Finally, three years ago, another speech, showing by statistics the cost mor seated Itself on tho point ot my collar bono of the school, and arriving at the con- and In six months another halt way back 01; tho began to dlschargo bone. Iloth clusion that no other College Presi- inil continuedoftothemsosoon nbotit seven months do till ago. I tried everj tlilnc, Including prescriptions. dent iu the South is paid so modest a I was often so weak that i sum as is Dr. Alexander. Dr. J. E. I Could 8carcely Walk Pendleton, Capt. S. K. Cox and fudge. and my mind was so confused that I could scarcely attend to mybustucss (school teachGlenn made appropriate remarks, and ing). was utterly discouraged. And now my I the resolutions carried with only one story draws to a close. I began tho use ot dissenting vote. . Dr. Miller in the meantime offered petition to be signed by the tax- Hood's Sarsaparilla a little less than a year ago, a payers of the town, stating their will- nnd tookIt.flv bottles. 'When I began I had no In less than three months both ths faith In ingness to the proposed raise of $250, tores on my shoulder w ero healed s 1 was cured of n troublesome catarrh; and scrofulous habit but this petition was withdrawn and has steadily firoun less apparent. 1 weigh more than I ever did In my life, and am one of the same nature offered by In Boat of Judge Glenn, was presented and considering tho constitution. Health, wonder my I)o you tigned by almost every voter and tax- that I belleio In Hood's Sarsanarllla? I can do no less than recommend It c cri w here and o cry payer present. Judge John P. Morton way." UKo. A. Ziiikle, Mt. Ilorcb, Tenn. ' and Mr. Rowan Ilolbrook were apeuro Iher Ills, constipation, Hood's Pills pointed to see the absent biliousness, Jaundice, sle.lt headache, Indigestion, and present the petition. The body then adjourned. jcars, and was succeeded by An Intolerable Itching John II. Barries, Cashier of Heaver Dam Deposit Bank, a bank located and doing busines in the town of Beaver Dam, in said county.being duly sworn, says that the foregoing report is in all respects a true statement of the condition of the said bank at the close ot business on the 23d day ol December, 1893, to the best of his knowledge and belief; and further says that the business of said bank lias been transacted at the location named, and not elsewhere; and that the above report is made in compliance, with an official notice received from the Secretary of State, designating the 23d day of December, 1893, as the day on which such report shall be made. Subscfibed and sworn to before me by John II. Barnes, the 30th day of December, 1893. Sniaiiv Taylor, Dep. County Court Clerk.. I. P. Baknahu, President. R. P. Hockkr, Director. " Jno. II. Barnes, - Hood's5" Cures parties needing-horsor jack bills should brirg or send them to The Eepub-lica- n office. We are well prepared to do A II e good work. DcWitfs Witch Hazel Salve cleanses, purifies and heals. It was made for that pnrpose. Use it for burns,, cuts, bruises, chapped hands, sores of all descriptions and if you have' piles use it for them. L. B. Bean. tax-paye- Tho Nii(rlirily Of Hood's Sarsaparilla is due to the tremendous amount of brain work and constant care used in its preparation. Try one bottle and you will be convinced of its superiority. It purifies the blood which, thesource of health, cures dyspepsia, overcomes sick headaches aud biliousness. It isjust the medicine for you. Come to Hartford -- TO SEE THE- Hood's Ph.ls are purely vegetable, carefully prepared from the best ingredients. llnpitcniiiKx. ends the seventh month of our school term and since the beginning interest in the school work has never abated the slightest. The new students in the Collegiate Department this week nre: A. R. Byers, I.illie Barnes, Ohio county; Emma Mosely, Berckenridge county; Nannie Mosely, Daviess county; Lucy Davis nnd Lillie Pierce, McLean county. Miss Ada Brown is at her home, near Centertown, on account of sickness. ' R. D. Nelson and Hattie Galloway, of Henderson county, former students in this school, attended General X Tuesday morning. R. T. Collins, city, and Miss Ella Hunter, Pleasant Ridge, nnd Miss Sue Yeiser, city, were visitors at General X Wednesday mottling. Prof. O. M. Shultz attended the Xelson-Pirtl- e wedding Wednesday morning. Master Cleveland Barnes visites the Primary Department the first of the week. Colli-gTo-da- y SPRING OPENING OF Field's car of Buggies just from the Davis Carriage Company. C. L. Ho will savo you MONEY by Buying from HIM. sell you a Buggy, Will . " ., Harness, Lap Duster and Whip from $60. 00 up to $75.00, in Cincinnati. 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For further information send lor circuthe next meeting of the Ohio lars or cull 011 countv Sunday School Union 'will DORA E. GIBSON, Vice President E. It. RAY, President. please address I), S. Duncan, McIIenry, Ky. Bro. Duncan will nt tend to the Sunday School work iu H S the county until the meeting to k MJ5) m W JB DHH which I refer. Yours in Christ, SI B m m m m uncorporatko.) I, R. Baknrtt, Swifton, Ark. B WM unit Shorthand Tho trfoat nraotical liuslnosu Trntnlmr. CollogoR. Thoy ulvu a rjasiport to Inislnosn nml HiuveM. OataloHjjorree. Born to the wife Horace Rticker, ot ' Louisville. Ky., Owensboro, Ky., or Evansvlllo, Ind. color, on the 3rd inst , a fine boy. text-booksec-kinI LB piPltE m AIR NFSS """""" Hook-Keonln- sr I i 0 f tM&JtbtM '.titviirl'-- V - niliA!. j tftfedUr! JJfe c4.iXM..tjjp).'';ULMf M&HbihitH faj. lAfVUlt JZvJ.:,l-p&J0X.- .ssTyysgzz r mm r - : i.iiii mil 'II n ililmn StW.i Now the sack being open at the top ' Kditotinl in the Herald in reply to by Incoming sailors of their advenin the Industrialist, in which the rock neatly filling the sack nndof tures appear more like the crentions my letter THE&LDSW of u novelist than hard, actual facts. he stated that I am in possession of a j rather a smooth or even top, the little ' i'lUUAV, Makch y, 1S94. Tho Norwegian ship Mnrgucreta was vast At tul ol mlsitiloimntiou on the weight had been knocked Mamma Uec ' ' on a passage from Hugenwalde to subject of free or taxed wool. Now, out a lew times by parties unloading West Hartlepool with timber, part if such is the case the Herald is re- on the A LUCKY ACTRESS. Clairettc Soup scales. There is one man who of which was on deck. When tho sponsible as my teacher, for it will be would state on oath that he knocked ' .tempest was raging its fiercest, 1 And Slio Dlarotrnrda Every Supor-stltioremembered that the Herald aud its the sack with his head nnd the one- - j Capt. Dahl tells Hobert Coulston, Too. AND TONIC editors have always contended ihat pound wciirltt fell out. and nnothtr pilot, what looked the Gutt'lc fcroiv like, a largo white cloud was the tarifTon any article was a tax and man a high-tonegentleman, would j por Old and YoiME In Her I'm- MIm Jnntrn Ono of tlio Tow ,..or it Hnoiloo scon gliding toward tho vessel. It nua jmiu uj iuv luusiiiiii-- i iiuu nun uii: isu aiuic lliai IIC Oil one occasion tfM VU - n..i'r feulon Not Afrnlit TO ls.'. Wl J ! 'VI tfsv How Ono 11ml I)ay' I'urtiino 'i'.n M.&L proved to bo a gigantic sea. Capt. cost whs increased to the consumer . took the d weight out for Wim Ilcvcrsnl. Dahl left tho wheel, and ho and tho on nil home productions, when such tear it would get lost, and said to me '15 jvautma QUICKEN cntiro crow ran below. Tho next When you meet nn nctor or nn moment a thunderous nolso was Foreign articles wetc taxed and the j that he would lay the weight 011 the THE nctress who can sec n peacock heard; the wave had passed right extra cost did not g& into the Treas- - cross-ti- e over his head and I could put feather without n shudder or who over them. When tho men returned ury, but was added to the profits of it back when the scales wcie unload will calmly walk under a ladder withor the producer, ed. I :eplicd to him that it was all deck not a scrap of cargo re- the manufactutcr REMOVE THAT x out emotion you have met a wonder. on i r i "Tfiv v mained, and tho boat, ropes, and It will be remembered that about June , right, that I generally took it out Probably no class of people in tho even tho winch, had been swept after the free wool bill passed , til the scales wete unloaded, especial-thcl.owTired Feeling world are as superstitious as profesoverboard. House, leaving woolen gooJs ly if I was assisting in upholding the sionals, and none would jjo to greatAnd Mako tho Wor.k Strong. taxed tl'.at asked thequestton through scales. At other times when there to er lengths to obtain a nirmcot or The Grocer Did Not Advertise. columns of the Herald, who would was plenty of help and I remained the It enrlrlio tlio Mood nnd Invigorates escape a hoodoo, says tho Boston A few days ago a Pittsburgh citi- be most benefitted if free woolen nbout the scales where I could see every ortfnii ami tlsano ol tho body. Globe. zen cut into a pound of butter which fabrics lemaincd taxed, the wool grow- that it was not mispl iced, I would' There arc certain ho had purchased at a grocery superstitions that every ers or the manufactures? And that leave the weight iu. I had frequentCures others, will euro you will live up to, and some whoso proprietor does not advertise, question was not answered until with- ly taken the weight out and replaced nctor of them are ludicrous enough, but it and found therein a small tin box, in the last few days, when uc receiv- the same right in the presence of has remained for Miss Marie Janscn which contained a piece of paper ed an answer that is misleading and those standing around, and did not Ti'K WESKIjY to oppose the traditional supersti- bearing the following, written in a appears very much like Republican know or care whether they were noThe Beit Shot, neat feminine hand: tion and in every way lay herself c lxt "I am a girl 18 years, good look doctrines. The Herald conten Is that ticing me or not. At last the news to infection from the baleful open ing and an excellent liouscKceper. n duty on Foreign wool makes Amer- came to me early one morning that poBWrT germ of tho hoodoo. V 'riit t' eint column iaiiii She carries a bunch of peacock Should this be found by some unican wool cheaper and that the num- one or more persons had said that J the feathers In her trunk, and they or- married Christian gentleman, will ber ol sheep has dicreased in the they aw- - me put sl mi thing in the eiatic Newspaper. It ennt-iiinament the walls of any dressing-roo- he please write to tho following ad- States East of the Mississippi River sack aud take it out Ik. fine and aftei best of'cveiytliing going. UKXIiY in which she happens to bo, dress," etc. weighing. Yes, actually s;Uv me, but WATTT.HSOX h the K.lilnr. 35, JB4 and S3. 50 Dross Shoo,, Tho finder, being a bachelor, de- under protected wool, but fails togivo and this nlonc has caused an acci$1.00 11 Yoar. 63.60 Poiico Shoo, 3 oloc. any account of the great sheep indus- they sail they did not know what it cided to unravel the affair and sucdent insurance company to declaro irnai makes S2.C0, S2for Worklngmen. tries that have spiting up on the was I explained to the gentleman The Weekly Uouiiei dividends from the pre- ceeded only to destroy the romance. increased that what he or they saw I supposed very liberal terms to agent!', and Tho girl who had written tho note great Western plains iu the last twenty-f's $2 and $1.75 for loys. miums they receive from tho 1 d had died many years ago, leaving an ive weight, nnd I gives live premiums fur club''. Sam ' years. The Herald tells you was that at Six" party. LADIES AND MISSES, . When Miss Jniisen was playing in aged husband and a grown family. that wool was from forty to sixty cents told hi-.- that I had frequently taken plo copic of the paper and fo T Pittsburgh Messenger. Wr 82.50 NPm S3,OAUTIOX.-- $2, SI.7G Philadelphia she stopped at the per pound in 1867, but forgets to tell it out. and explained why I did so. Premium .Supplement ent tree to 2& ir anr diwtrr Stcnton hotel, and the room nsslgned Well, by the next day at least, it was any addtcs. BETTER THANLACING. olft-- r ou IT. I.. IloncUa -you that Kentucky leans was from Write to .. !Kn k to her was No. 12A. A series of The West Point Method of Maklnrj seventy-fivrumored that G. W. Gordon, the or myilialiaKllirm vttk-- . cents' to one dollar per UTHI5 1STHE Courier-Journ- al misfortunes began. She caught a - out inn uiinip (inint.rfl Go., . TfV w.. Comedy Waists. to preacher, was using a yard and tobacco was from ten 1110 noiium, put nun " : horrible cold, and her voice was tftinp n. wis., n iim i iymi rim - n weight in the sack nnd using it right Tf t . " .k- - llfE.ltVrjlll..-s- . iiowu ntnrrauu. "How did you get your waist so twelve dollars per hundred pounds. im LOUlsriLLK, KY. scarcely distinguishable. Her maid bo nearly Then we had plenty of money in cir- where anybo iy could see him. Now, took her fox terrier out to walk and small, Mabel? It used to as large as mine." culation, but the price on all farm gentlemen, you have the facts iu t liclost him. Tin: Ii:i,i:m.u,AX and the Weekly "All, that's a secret," was the anShe went to a dentist for relief products have decreased under the ense. This report has spi cad far and Courier-Journa- l will be sent one year plrc W. L. DOUCLAS Shoes arc M1IUI1, easy fitting, and nnd bebctlar from nn aching tooth, and ho was so swer, with a smile. contraction ofcurrency, jeans keeping wide. s.itfol'.icllon at the irlcriailtcitici! than any o'lher tinVf. to any mlilrevs for SI. "o. Try one ptr "Do tell me. Can't you see what dazzled by the dainty actress' apIt has been talked about by some The Mamplng of W. I.. Douclai' name nnd price on the bottom, whlck pace with wool until both seemed to Address Tin: Hi:i'uiii.ioa.v, Hartu iir.intoc their ralue. ..iies thousands of doll.i, nnnitnllv to thoe who wear them. pearancc that ho braced his feet, a sight I am? I've tried all kinds of strike rock bottom prices and for the no doubt for the put pose of injuring, medicines, but none ford, Ky. Dealers who pin-- thebaic f W I.. Doui - la Shoes customers, which help to with a long pull and a strong and me. Unfortunately for the-- talker, past few years wool has ranged from of them seem to do anv good." uu'reai-" n't" i"" me 01 i;ihhis. Tlir crm iifT.ml to !! lit n Ir.i l. ine ai ,pull extracted a remarkably healthy J'uU r.lll nu lumiry lir liMtluic n'l jiiur ri.i.lurnr uf llin Mrlrr l.uiw in "Well, I will tell you. It's a trick twenty-fiv- e to thirty cents a pound, there is not a man iu thisconimunity , K:il, Cllnlnuilii liiiO tiiuii iitiullrntluii. v.'. i IHIIIill.ASi X!tn!-.t,tooth that proved to be tho wrong ........... ..nit I learned from Harry when lie was a't according to quality and condition, ruiloil'' nil- mv (ripti.la llint ..i,., . o P. RENFKOW. Sulphur Spi'lurs, Ky. 'one. -' believe for one moment that I would with jeans from forty to forty-fiv- e Tills chapter of accidents caused West Point. You know how smallstooj) to as low down disgrace as to iMiss Janscn to investigate. She walsted lie is?" cents per yard. Tho other nodded. inoticed that the rooms on either Now, with good prospects for free attempt to swindle in weighing tobac"I asked him once how he did it, wool and a co or anything else. If you think I 'side of her parlor were No. 12 m: duty of forty to forty-fiv- e land 14. She interviewed the clerk, and lie told me that he stood squarecents per yard. The reason we am not making' a correct statement, I ly on his feet, so. Hut come upjwho admitted thai the real number mention jeans is because all laborers will give you the names of a few 'of her suite was lfl, but they had stairs and I'll show you." The young lady dotincd a pretty are famihr with thaf kind of goods. whom I call friends nnd who have at 7wroti2Lt 3B'i3.:?r changed it to 12 A because so many C8RES NOTHING BUT PILES. gymnasium .suit she was a high The Herald contends that free wool some time sold tobacco to ine aud wl o Miss .people were superstitious. Janscn thought that if her room school girl and, standing erect, will protect the consumer against live close around me, and if you desire A SURE nnd CERTAIN CURE known for 13 years nstho BEST 'was numbered 13 her troubles would with hands uplifted and thumbs shoddy goods and at the sinic time to kn )v whit they think of this terREMEDY FOR PILES. cease, so she gently hinted to the locked, she gracefully swooped down the Wilson bill places bur waste, and rible report, drop one or all of them a iTrni tj mcnEiioi KtmruK (o rt. wni A 'clerk that unless 12A came down until the tips of her fingers touched woolen rags on the free list, which is letter of inquiry. I will take them and 13 went up there would be a her toes. almost broadcast, and of course if a nnnufae-turer- s mm "The point i," she added, "not just the kind of material tint tn V marked and distinguishable vacuum work into shoddy goods. Why man has any mean tricks his neighto bend your knees at all. It looks A&JfrW&sh 'in her usual resorts. bors know it. Ask 'Squire A. N. Her wishes were obeyed, and she easy, but try it once. It will take is this discrimination against the Brown. IJ. M. Chapman, Elijah Chinn, U I says herself that her voice began to lots of practice to touch thelloor, city rag picker and in the interest of M Iv. B. Kirtley, M. N Sliultz, Benjamin the manufacturer? fiTrATO TniftpTVT'4 X-iiImprove that day, her cold vanished, but after awhile it will be easy." Te GAVtfllO.IW.UtnlAKKS, "How many times do you go All that we ask is equal justice un- Fulton. A. B. Stanley, I. G Brown, a mau brought back her dog and reCOPYRIGHTS. through that motion?" B J. Miller, A II. Ross. Arther Mill-e- r, cused to accept anj reward, while der the law. Give the people free c.x I OUT IN A pati-- t For "I began with fifty times ever' clothing and we will not complain of K. l Brown, W. G. Crowbargcr, tnn,Ji.,lJuw,r an' nn lioni--t opinion, wrlto to .the crowning act of good luck was AM (..nhnhaTflti.iHi jrljil.tr rcjtra' .ill shown in the dentist's wife suing morning, just after I got up. and free wool. The Wilson bill is in some W. I Adkins, Tom Madd.x, G. A. tloiMtrlrtlrcnfl..'ntlal. A llm iUr..i.u- or ingradually increased until now I do formation cnncvrnlwr I'lilem. ami ho- in nb. jliim for divorce aud twenty thousand Holliu, B. F. House or James Scott. tainlbemrpiit fnn-- . Alton r8i!oa-ut- of it two hundred. It's a sure cure for respects better than the McKinley anil ..initio jdollars alimony. During tho join ttrr. ratrma taken toka ttiruush .Vinn A Co. rccolro bill and in some worse. Taken as a Thesj gentlemen are men of good w of tho week, in fact, during the too stout waists." honest and truthful, living ILua aro bniiuht wlilolr teloro thv inibllcwitri. make-shif- t. The leport, Her friendi followed in her foot- whole it out to tba Inrrritnr. T.'.H cntiro engagement, Miss Jansen's natclwM.alr.Hceantlyllln.trair.l.bj.t.Ti'artha steps and told several of her ac- present Administration is pledged to close around me. Ask these men what jluck was superb. law st circulation of any aeiMitme in arrnr. .aniiO quaintances, and now the men are tariff reform and in attempting the they think of the report, and if you worli. fl nation, nifinihlr, copu-- ?jear.f rco llio ' She toyed with every superstition. lIulklltiK Jj.ia t iplSil.lcenta. Rtitt iiurotT imitalnji ymirio commenting on the fact that all the task they find themselves between the are not satisfied, ask thelollowinggen-tleme- n tau. iShc walked under ladders, and the fltol p!at, in colore, ntul photnvraurn of nrw homes, lib I'lans cnabllnKbniMrre to now Uiu who live out of the communionly mishap she met with was a few girls in their particular coterie have Devil and the deep blue sea. So we Ail.ln- -s '"V:".'.'!."'!. iHi.1 jecurH K.n.ram- -. JiiiiuuH-iy- . , 11UXN A Co, Hhw uul, 3U1 such pretty waists. Philadelphia drops of paint on a new tailor-mad- e find that the Democratic members of ty, but have delivered their tobacco jdress. She commented on tho lino Press. here this winter: Allen Gentry, RobCongress are having to be dragged to of ticket buyers at the box office, A LITTLE HISTORY. ert Plummer, S. J. I'axton, J. J. Reid, BOSTlSQVISTnT. zt'inqmiTT. their seats under arrest by the and, instead of tho usual result of T. II. Balniain, Richard l'lumnier, J Some Interesting Information Con. discuss a tariff measto the lino suddenly melting away, it Mad-docorning the Calla Lily. Wood-worker- , ure of their own get up. They dare V. Cooper, W. T. Ashby, J. P. 'was increased fourfold. This was first lutrodueed t EuMilton Park and Q. C. Brown. not strike the rich manufacturers, so She walked out of her dressing-roofrom southern Africa In IliS", XS-y- . one night and reentered the rope they jump on the poor, defenceless Ask these gentlemen or any others and has become a great favorite theater with her left foot forward, with wool grower and give the manufactur- not named here that live out of this cultivators all over the world. community if they were dissatisfied which is popularly supposed to bo er free wool and free rays to adulterIfatal, not only to the person who It does not like a very warm temwith their weights or if they believe perature nor a very cold one. It ate It with, to compensate him for jdoes it, but to all their immediate I will live out in American waters the small reduction made on woolen that would for my right arm be relatives. guilty of the report circulated. bo begoods. She even went to tho length of provided it is deep enough to YEARS FOR ammi n wa ail mwwbmbwwwmwwwwmmwwuii r . Milieu tirnii There are two things I hold sacre low the reach of absolute ice. It The bill now pending will force the having her nails manicured on Frias life itself: -- first, my hope in Christ; Has led all Worm Romodios. fills the ditches and narrow creeks poor miner to go into deep aud danday, the penalty for which is supEVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. in Cape of Good Hope, much the I would rathgerous mines with taxed picks to dig second my reputation. posed to be mental aberration acSOLD KVKHYW1IKHI3. same as our spatlerdock would here. er loose my life than to loose cither. companied by deafness, dumbness kj SKIMECnlT nCSIftSR CO.. ST. IQrH. It was removed by Kunth, from the free ore and free coal to melt it with, You may call me stupid, poor, ragand blindness. so that Carnegie and other Iron Kings In spite of all these things she genus Calla, and called Richurdin losses on iron may be made good. If ged and dirty, but no man dare imkept right along and an aunt made Africana, but it is not easy to get the miner must dig free ore aud free peach my character, and for the good herapresentof five thousand dollars. rid of a name which once gets into reason I have never given cause for it. AXDShe found a diamond ring Mio had general use, hence it still goes by the coal give him free tools to do it with While day and night continue and the PER MONTH name of calla. The spotted one, and free rails to carry his products to lost four months before. sun sends forth its genial rays to emcommon in cultivation during tho market on. Give us something Sn Own A Frenchman's Rapture. last few years as the Kiehardia nnd the Wilson bill or give us bellish the works of nature; the made easilyyour honorably, without capithan tal, during hoin. Any man was also introduced from Vassar girls had a private laugh nothing, for if the present bill passes moon her placid smiles by night, and woman, liojr, or fill tun doth" work hand18.")!). Tills is though storms may rise and Mediternot long ago at tho eulogy bestowed southern Africa in ily, vltliout experience. TalKlne; it will stand as a barrier to a better g Nothing like It for by a French gentleman whose udml-ratio- n well known by Its spotted leaves. measure that might be piesented in ranean fires descend, through tribula-lation- s ofl'm cd before. Our workers for tho young undergraduates Another one was brought from the and adversity, cold or hot, fdirnyn evi rr. Xo time waited In future. Equal justice to all and considerably exceeded his ability to same country in lb.x, under tho the wet or dry, by the grace of God, I am learning the business. Vu teach you In name of Riehardia hastata the special privlligcs to none. speak It in English. how determined to retain and defend my n nlyht You to siirt'cott from tlio 1lr.1t a J. B. SOUTIIAIU), can make a trial u Ithout hour. lie had met the young women at spatho being ofand yellowish color, reputation, which I value so highly is not yet much to your.-el- f. Wo Mart you, nirnlsh ono or two day festivities, and was but very small, . everything needed to carry on the busiand which I have always held above llro. liiirilon Drlnitlx llliusi-llsufficiently impressed, but when at known. On account of the common ness .successfully, nnd guainntec you To MV I'KIliSI)S ANDTHHl'UIlUC: reproach, my enemies being my furalnst failure if you but follow our an evening reception they burst calla blooming most freely in tho spring of the year, it lias come Into I regret that I nm under the painful judges. J trailer, simple, plain instruction. If upon him in the bravery of full dress, In need of ready Trusting this explanation will be you arc know nil nbout the money, nnd tho admiring Guul felt at once the general uso for Easter decorations; necessity of writing nbuit a matter best paying and not unfrequcntly receives, with that might be calculated to do me in- satisfactory to all, I am, very truly, 'want to handicaps of his vocabulary. business lieforu the public, send us your a number of other plants, the com- justice iu places where I am not permlilres.s, mid we will mail you a docu"I cannot say," he conilded to ono G. W. GoituoK. ment giving you all thu paillcular.s. of his hosts, "how beautiful the mon name of Easter lilv. Median's sonally known. I refer to a report . To the Public: I wish to state in young ladies appear in their night Monthly. TRUE & CO., Box 400, which I learn has obtained wide cirregard to llro. G. W. Gordon using a dresses." N. Y. Times. Puzzled Mike. culation throughoutthe county, which Augusta, Maine. Ilnrtfonl, Kentucky bogus weight that I stated to some A Witty Answer. rKirn-tftow- i Michael Flaherty was in court as report relates to my business transacwnvwBtgjMMa.jjaui' - " smri tions in the tobacco trade, and iu the persons that 1 saw said Gordon put is told of a witness, aud with each succeeding Tho following anecdote face of such report it would be mani- a substance of some sort in the sack JSBiira.3-i;JiiLS.Mr. 0 , a member of question put to him his never brilbecame, more fest stupidity on my part to remain that hangs on the end of his scale liant mental powers ,tho New York bar: for the purpose of balancing his A friend asked him if he did not and more confused. At last he was silent. Hence I feel it a duty to my- beam frame. I wish to state further asked to tell about the situation of self and the community to make an tobacco think that the politeness of a certain !Hi!tMiim.fniiin:.jiir uirntit? u .ihliijtjiuiiii mnitii-mitliat I never accused him of using a ,'t.j,vni explanation, more especially lor the weight or anything else for the purmember of tho state legislature was a certain flight of stairs. "How do tlioso stairs run?" asked ulmost excessive. "Yes," respondllro. benefit of those who aie not so well pose of defrauding the people. tho examining counsel, whoso paed Mr. C ; "ho has the urbanity acquainted with me. To those who Gordon lias explained to me that ho well-nigexhausted by a one pound weight, but said of a Chesterfield combined with the tience was know me best nn explanation would did usenecessary to balance the tobacit was suburUanity of a Westehostcrileld." his eilorts to elicit information from not be needed. I will now briefly co trame. llro. Gordon says before Michael. Harper's Magazine. "Phwat Is It ye'reasklu' me now?" state the facts, after which you may he weighs a draft of tobacco he puts A Scary Advertisement. the weight in the sack, and for fear it Inquired that bewildered young man, decide as you think best. "I asked you how those stairs My tobacco frame on which the to- might get thrown out, he takes it A striking ami decidedly unpleasweigh ngnin. until he goes ant advertisement lately placed in run?" repeated tho counsel, with bacco is weighed is suspended by out wish to .state to living a neighI that great distinction of enunciation. ssoino of tho Brooklyn street cars is means of ropes. . On the end of the bor to Uro. Gordon and having al"Thini stairs!" muttered Michael, an excellent representation of n is an old sack in which ways regarded him as a gentleman i evidently in tho slough of doubt. man's hand holding a business transacsufficient weights arc placed to bal- and Christian, my Suddenly his stupid face brightened. loaded revolver with the muz-zltions with him having always been trained upon anyone looking at "Why, sorr,"ho said, with his eyes ance the beam, which is composed pleasant. I think It my duty to make it. Tho ends of the bullets may bo fixed on tho counsel, whoso gazo ho mostly of poplar.A part of the weight this statement in justice to myself felt sure would now bo approving, iu the sack is n rock which I think nnd Uro. Gordon. Tills February 1st, seen in tho chambers, and the foreJ- - B. Wilson. finger of the hand seems to press "if wan is at tho fut o' them stairs, has been there ten years or more. 1894. nervously on tho hair trigger. No they jist run oop; but stand at tho Some time during the lall or winter, above explanation given by J. The matter whero you may sit in the car top av 'em, and they rlu down, I don't rt member the exact time, I 15. Wilson is satisfactory to me and I tho invisible man has tho drop on sorr." Youth's Companion. took out some old iron nnd nails trust will place him in n proper attim you, nnd tho menacing black barrel Some llnril ltd 1'ruin I'rcnll. which I had used in coumctlon witli tude before the public. I have always points Miuuro between your eyes. Pni'.NTJS Kv., ICebruary 24th '94. the rock to make correct balance, and regarded Mr. Wilson as a good neigh: "You may laugh at tho notion," llelieving placed in their stead an old Hnrroit bornnd friend, aud while he may said a passenger tho other day as Woaro manufacturers of .Buggies, Carts Surrles and Carriages, and deal directly with that it is right for all discussions to weight which had been lying in the have b;en premature iu his statement lio moved over into tho far corner of he printed in the same paper, the ho consumer, thus saving him the per cent, usually paid to middle mon. Our prices arc reas tho opposite seat, "but that picture barn for four or five years and which to others, I don't think Misstatements was written for the Hartford I had formerly used on my counter were intended to do injustice to me, ' nervous. I've, lived makes tno quite, Respccifuiiy, onablo, and we guarantee satisfaction. i :"-.- . In tho far west among tho mining Herald and was promised from week scales in selling goods. In dropping but the cxagerated report circulated camps, but I'm uneasy all tho tlmo to week, that it would be published, tills riif.tiniim1 vvpliflif nil Inn nl tlio ' 1ntimiidu nil GXtllaiintioil. AbOVC ' until four issues of that paper have I'm in tho car." N. Y. Sun. explanation with sack, I found that it uncle will be found my come out and 1 became discouraged rock in the A Wave Mistaken for a Cloud. and now ask space in your columns. nearly nn exact balance nnd mel it reference to this tnntter. Owensboro, Ky. G..W. Gobdok. .Our nttention has been called to an for that purpose. Many of thonarratlves supplied Hartford Republican . I one-poun- d THE BEST BLOOD lr RWIE n, Purifier i r well-know- n i' d one-poun- Appetite, US.E 2, CLAIR er ETIE m rrn ffl&' ""' MiMhL LW4S3S' Ayer'sSarsaparilla m ffi JAlRBAKKff Co. StlSli! 5, W. L. 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