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TEBXS 11,25 Per Annan, Ic Fublither. CONUEIHOM DISTRICT, Admce, VOL. VI. I.(I!1MV1MK, NT. l.Olll.H TKX. H. K , HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MA110H 16, 1894. JL NO. 33. hi: :aiu:i'UI. Highest of all in Leavening Power. what, you hay Loiinillii St, Lub mi iilny NOV.l, IM1. No. SI, Latest U. S. Gov't Report ci.ti'i'un BCHEMJI.B IN KKKECT WEST 110UN1). Ito.M, I"11- Illr- 7.15 R.m. 0 I,t. I.oulmllle WNtrolnl ItrimlrntKirK lrlnfclnn ..plini-po- tt MU.m. V.I " "' . m.'il Clntrrport llRwmtlllc Hpoinmltr Ar. HcmlirKon 1h.Hs.iii. ". "' SMp.m. .2 U M I', m. 7.20 p.m. '07 !' "' 10 p.m. I', m. Rcjai j&ms AtWSNNSlfLVANIA 0rnlra KAsrnotiNii. Hnnlwon , .rlporl ll::Wn.m. inMp.m 1 to p. in. Mil p. m. llilU.m. l. 10.10 p. ro. Baking Powder I In speiking of a person's faults, Pray don't forget youf own; Remember those in houses glass Should never throw astone. "!'. 7 18 11. - No. 62, K. No. !' " m. ABSOLUTFLY PURE DUEL. the other. If we have nothing else k do, But talk of those whosin, 'Tis better we commence at home, And from that point bein. We have no right to judge a man Until he's fairly tried;. Should we not like his company, We know the wold is Vide. Some may have faults and who has li' '- - Then they were to hunt each other in the woods, and tho WTs.m. 3J7..m. Hixittii?lll-..man who found tho other was to p. in. 7 . in. i Owd,.'jrc. ".. Tho PnmoiiB Fftrht In Which Only shoot him lcad. in order that there 6 us p. m !ii9i.m. I.cwl.pnrt tho Roforoo Wns Hit might be fair play they selected my OAIn.ro. :"P m 1U M '' '" grandfather to bo referee. In the '""' " "' tloterporl There nro few people In Pennsyl- center of the clump of woods wus a m. :Wp. m lUSo B(fplifnpr: ' !' '" "' vania who have- not heard of ?luj. " InhiKton oak tree, half dead- - They stipu-"Uinrm.m. nil p. in. Snnford llrmiilrnliurs lAsmxn. He Is fameil ,)lt that the referee was to get up " I" ,n . U "' P. m. Wp.l Tolnl throughout the Kcystono state. Hi 'T Tfi thfs tree and to stay there until l. P. m- - '''' ' m Ar. l.miii.tlH Is sixtj years old, short, heavy-sot- , three shots wore fired In quick sucT iln No. M MM .No. Si liiRkc coniiwll-with a full face, florid complexion, cession and were accompanied by a lll, trin on Irflnulmi iSiimlny nwpltil) snow-whithair and heavy wliito yell. n'' IUrlmtairr A Wmlirn II. ..r. Ho wns In New York mustache. I. Fur lurlhrr Infonimliini, l'lrr "The three men went up to tho rt lun II. C, MOHIiUK,l'n. I'.'r Aa'l. two days recently. Ho dropped in woods. Kiueh and Faulkner hud I iiiawllr. K). to tho ilolTinnn house one nfiernoon my grandand, whllo sitting at a tabic In tho father had no gun nt all. Kineh got cafe nursing a bottle of whisky, told nt one edge of tho clump of woods WHEN YOU GO 10 GWENSBORO tho story of a famous Pennsylvania and Faulkner got nt tho other. Sly duel: CAM. ON grandfather climbed up In the big "1 got this story from my grand tree. It was then about two o'clock fnther," he said, "who was a nun in the afternoon. For three hours pretty much like n Hiblo out In inv L'ramlfatner sat in that tree. by , Pennsylvania; everybody Thuun WW 8,nki;iK.jn tllu wost aml him. The duel was fought in 181U. the shadows were beginning to For the finffi ami Mnfl Article Work, It was In that part of Pennsylvania lengthen through the tr.c3, and which is now occupied by parts of still my grandfather heard nothing any n ite or ttylr. Frttlerko Si. , Hiwn Clearfield and JclTcrsou counties, of the two duellists. Ho waited H"7 Srdandilh. within twenty miles of Punxsutnw-ney- . about a half hour longer, and then, Tho participants were Wash after yelling himself hoarse and getFaulkner, Isaac Kiueh and my ting no answer from either of the grandfather. The three men owned men, ho climbed down to tho ground (St. Louis .Soinliwcslcrii Hy.) pretty much all the land upon the and started for tho edge of tho mountains in that vicinity. They woods. After ho had gone about u TO lived within n mile of each other, In hundred feet It occurred to him that log cabins sot in the center of a one of the men might see him prowlclearing. Faulkner was short, scrag- ing about the' woods and might misTHE ONLY LINS gy, and had a long beard. His left take him for the other duellist. The Willi llumigli Cur Service Irom leg was shorter than his right, and thought caused my grandfather to ho walked with a decided limp. It stop beside the big tree and think was on account of this deformity what he had better do. As he was that ho was culled 'Limpy Fotch.' thinking, ho wandered away from For short he was known as 'Limp.' tho tree and sat down on a log. Ho Ho, was the best wood chopper in stretched full length on the ground No cliiingo "I Can to Pennsylvania. a few minutes later, leaving only his "Kineh was a long, lanky man, right arm exposed. In less than with slojiing bhoulders and a loose, two minutes there was a report of on in ri:nMi:i)iTii points. awkward gait. I le was always chew- a gun, and my grandfather's right ing tobacco, and it was for that rea- arm fell helpless, lie rolled over son that ho was called 'Cud Kineh.' and yelled. The cabins of Kineh and Faulkner "Faulkner came running up, and through Coni'lics mill were not over a quarter of a mile when he saw his Carrying mistake he, too, beTraveling Pullninii Sleeper. apart. 'I lie two men and my grand- gan to yell. Both men now feared fanning, graziiiK ami timber father were together about all the that Kineh would come prowling time. They would chop each other's about and shoot them both, so they Innd?. Ami leaehing the most wood, put out each other's potatoes, sat down side by side on the log and towns and cities) in the clear each other's land and kill each began to howl us loud as thoy could. other's hogs. Kineh hud n big hog In about ten minutes Kindt came that was famed far and wide from up. They agreed to postpone tho tho settlement of the trouble until they "FAKMIXG LANDS. YiiMini! tho mountains clear down into Tuckahoo valley in tho Juniata. could take care of my grandfather. iiliiitiilantiy nil thu cuiuald, cum anil Kineh was very proud of tho hog They took him to Kindt's shanty and cotton, and especially adapted to tins and never fulled when the opporthoy could. dressed his arm as cultivation of small fruits and early tunity offered to toll wonderful It was about seven weeks before my stories about it. Ho allowed it to grandfather had really recovered. vegetnlilce. Affording roam as It pleased about his clearing. At the end of that timo Kineh and GRAZING LANDS. "In lSKt Faulkner moved his o Faulkner told him that they had t'xccllont pasturage dining idnnst the patch from tho clearing near agreed that since ho Was the only entire year, ami comparatively clou' his shanty up to a clearing which one who had suffered by the duel he to thu great iniirkctp. the three men hud made half way be- wa3 entitled to tho potato patch Cwcml with tween Kineh'sshantynnd Faulkner's and tho carcass of tho hog. They TI.MUKU LANDS. almost iiiexhauptihle foreete of jcllow cabin. Just about the time tho po- said that they would each hold on to nround in good their own land, because they could piue, cyjircs" and the haul nofido tatoes were coining shapo Kineh turned his big hog out. not give it up according to tho terms to Aikansn and Kuttern The hog wandered down toward the common of the original agreement unless Tcxn. jMitnto patch, and when Faulkner they died. "Another outcome of the duel was Can bo procured on rcaeonuhlu and got around on his way to my grandfather's cabin ho found about a ihirfl that the throe men entered Into an advautagcoux terms. of the potato patch rooted up as If agreement whereby the hind owned by a plow. He w3 at a loss to by one should go to tho others, sharo All llnrHroiinrrt ulltl iintl luitr (K'k know how it had been done. Ho and share alike, if tho owner of tho etNOii hiiIimIii llic wont straight bck to his cabin and land should dio or should marry. My got his dogs' and took them with grandfather was the first to break him to thu potnto patch. In less away. He was married and h'is land I for than fivo minutes tho hounds had went to Klncli and Faulkner. Ask yournearesl Ticket Agnit cornered Kinch's big hog. Faulkner don't know whether Kineh and tables, etc., and writo to was mad clear through and be hfssed Faulkner both died or both got marninps, timo any of the following for nil informatho hounds on the hog, and In less ried; but, at any rate, when I was a tion you may desire concerning the tlnio than It takes to tell It Klnch'a young man the land was owned by big pig was dead. other people. The land that was trip to the Great Southwest. "Faulkner then went to Kinch's onco considered less valuable than R.T.G. MATI'HEWS, cabin and told him about his potato the carcass of a hog has since turned Dis't 1W Agt., Louisqille, Ky. patch being rootvd up. lie didn't out hundreds of thousands of dollars' E. W. LaBEAUME, say anything about tho hog being worth of the best bituminous coal on G. I. & Tkt. Agt., St. Louis, Mo. dead. He thought ho would let tho faco of tho earth." N. Y. Sun. Kineh find that out for himself. My J. A. EDSON, A Cholera Discovery. grandfather happened in while tho Gen'l Supt., Texarknnn, Tex. uptwo men wcro talking about the Prof. Rudolf Emmerich, of Muulch, rooted potatoes and the three went Is said to have made tho discovery-tha- t down to tho potato patch. Kineh Asiatic cholera Is a nitric acid stumbled across his dead pig the poisoning produced by tho Koch first thing. Ho accused Faulknurof bacillus. Experiments made on having killed it. guinea pigs and rabbits showed that C. " 'Of courso I had It killed,' said nitric acid poisoning produced tho (The Mississippi Valley Route.) Faulkner. 'It came down and rooted same symptoms ns thoso of cholera up my potato patch, and any hog produced by Inoculation. Prof. TO that will do that ought to die.' Emmerich also points out that perCIN. EVAHSVILLE, LOUISVILLE, " 'If It was a common hog like one sons suffering from cholera show of yours It ought fo liavo 'been glad symptoms Identical with thoso of AND ALL l'OINS EAST. to 'live,' replied Klncli. 'You killed nitric acid poisoning. It is half way toward a "euro" to discover tho that hog out of jealousy.' TO "Oao word led to another, and cause of a disease, but It may bo - New Or- - soon tho two men wcro on tho point doubted whether thcro Is a "discovMemphis, Vicksburg, of coming to blows. My grand- ery" In this. AND ALL POINTS SOUTH. father interfered and suggested that An English Industry. thoy sottlo tho matter in a reasonTho Industry of making gun and TO able way. After some discussion flints still flourishes at tho only way to set-tl- o tinder-bo- x Chicago, Kineh said that Cairo, St. Louis, the thing would bo' for Faulkner Ilrandon, in England. In Spain and ' t6 get him a hog as big as tho 0110 Italy tho tinder box still holds Its AND ALL POINTS NORTH tlint had boeu killed. Faulkner said own against matches ,in very rural AND WEST. ho would do nothing of tho kind be districts. Travelers in uncivilized cause the hog was a trespasser and regions, too, find flint and steel Connecting at Memphis with through deserved to die. lunch replied that more trustworthy than matches, or trains to all pointsltr tho potuto patch was on his land nt least a most valuablo reserve and not Faulkner's, Faulkner said Gun flints go mostly to tho wild that Klncli was a liar. Finally tho parts of Africa, where tho flint two men agreed to settle It In this muskets, dlspluccd from civilised countries by modern rifles, are livRates, Tickets, aud all information uulquo way: application to "Thoy were to fight a duel until ing out a hearty old ago. will be furnished on one or tho other was killed, the suryour nearest ticket ogent. Lucky Mn. .. ; vivor to iuW not ojdy.thpnd of T. B. LYNOH, (lip potato patcfi and ilio.othof.Jbul Jenkins How are you getting G.P.A.,D6uisyiHe,IfyAl thedeod'hdg. It wub ngi;ocd that Jt along with your literary work 7 would be an v unfidr- - advantage for Rlteron Oh, I'm lucky. I havo never kt.a manuscript ycti Every Klncli foitaka to "fight a,due!,vyUh Ftuilkiior In cleared 'ground. Faulk ono I havo sent off has coino back to antaiapa ner was a 'good wood chopper, mo In as L'ood shano as I sent It. buUtincYi Wiis tho best, .shot In tho; ubh-ol- t F"co Press. country, so thoy decided o go up to Tfi1 W JJ99W0 4J'"Wi ri't i r clump oi woous Known us mi to People always look disappointed inn hear that a sensation is not as bad' HJr"' ?T:m,."ZiZZrZ2t Rock, ono man to got "at one edgo Of the woods and tho other man ut as reported. B iflUMd II tPlKLINMlAlaTKlUi t.T. iy- "''y 4, . m. 3; Up. m none? The old ns well as young; We may, perhaps, for ought we know, Have fifty to their one!- - ' -- And find it works fwjluycllj To try my own defects to cure Before of others tell. And though I sometimes lmpelo be No worse than some I know My own shortcomings bid me let The faults of others go. Then let us all, when we commence To slander friend or foe, Think of the harm one word may do To those we little know. Remember, curses sometimes, like Our chickens, "roost at home;" Don't speak of others' faults until We have none of our own. Nnirliiu nil KnellMimiiii. IWTKOIT I'll ISP. I'llP.SS I'll tell you a better plan,''; LkiiIi-tlll- longold-fashloned.rifie- C.Theo.Cain, Cotton Belt Route Arkansas, Texas mm Two mi Daily Tuains pro?-licroiiH Great Sovrdiwest. b-s- po-tat- There was a very green Ktiglish-ma- n at Butte City, Mont., who was talking about purchashing land near by for a horse ranch and as he strolled around the depot the half dozen drummers who happened to meet there put up a job on him. One of them borrowed a coat and a hat of a ranchero, took the cartridges out of his revolver, and with the weapon held aloft in his hand he suddenly and jumped into the waiting-rooyelled: "Whoop! I'm a cantankerous old fighter from the headwaters of Fighting Creek! I'm half boss and half alligator. I'm down on everything that walks on two legs, particularly Hiiglislnuen Whar's the bloody, bloor.iin' Briton who called me a liarl" "What's the row about!" inquired the Englishman, as he came to a halt and faced about. "Whoop! I've fit in three wars, and run a private grave yard of my own the rest of the time," shouted the terror, nshedanced around. "Down on your marrow bones and beg my pardon if you, want to HyetWQ minutes longer." "Not it I know it!'' drawled the Briton, cool nj ice, and he squared off and lauded a thumper on the drummer's nose, which piled him over among the stacks of pelts and dned him so that he couldn't speak for the next five minutes. We had to hold the "foreigner" to keep him from following up.and when tliedruiiiuierhadLcen sponged off and brought to, he sat down on a baggage truck rind" held his nose and reflected for a long time. Then he slowly remarked: "When you fellows get through being tickled perhaps you can explain at just what stage of the game the belt run off?" of buffalo to be found in the United States. Another fair sized holding of land is that of the Espinelia Cattle Com-prnThis contains over 1,500,000 acres of laud, and takes in parts of Dickens, Crosby and Emma counties. If the land was in the form of a square it would be about fifty miles each way. The Matterdeie is smaller, but still includes rather more than i,ooo,-00- 0 acres. These are both owned by syndicates, with headquarters at London, and these arc only two selected nt random out of a large number. They have had their bearing on State politic. If it were not for the railroad commissioucts, thuuuifoim text-boo- k bill aud the alien landholder question Texas politics would not be worth shucks. The largest of these alien land holdings belongs to what is called the Capitol Syndicate. A few years ago the old capitol at Austin burned down and it was decided to build another on magnificent scale. An English syndicate agreed to put up, and in payment therefor they received 3,000,000 acres of public lands. Does the reader realize how big 3,000,000 acies of land is? Imagine a slice of laud twenty-fou- r miles wide aud across the state of Missouri at its northern border. Such a strip would include the whole northern tier of counties and would be larger than several states of the union. This would be about the extent of the Capitol syndicate's pasture. Few people have any idea that there is such a thing as a single pasture, in one body and within one fence, larger than some of the states in the union, j et such is the case. More than that, it is (Evened by a foreign syndicate. It takes in half of Deaf Smith county and parts of several others. Another large pasture is that of the X. I. T. Cattle Company. It begins with the Colorado line and extends several counties back this way. The Fort Worth and Denver railroad runs through it. Some idea of its size may be gathered from the fact the regular night express train enters on the south side of the pasture at 11:05 o'clock, and after continuous running, leaves it at 3:20 o'clock next morning. A pasture which it takes and express train four hours and a quarter to cross would be considered large in some countries. fw herds Yois Need Flesb. When you arc without healthy flesh you are weak somewhere, or else your food does not nourish you. Scott's Emulsion of with hypophosphites of lime and soda, finds weak spots, cures them, and stores up latent strength in solid flesh to ward off disease. Physicians, the world over, . endorse it Cod-live- r, SCOTT'S EMULSION cures Coughs, Colds, Weak Lungs and Wasting Diseases. Prepared MILLIONAIRES by Scott & Bowne, N. V. Druggists sell It, NEAR DEATH. 7 RcmarS'.ablc Escapes In the Lives of tho Mono Kings. "Quite a number of men of mil- A yf lions havo had narrow escapes from sudden death during the lust year or so," remarked a Wall street man in tho lobby of tho Windsor hotel the other evening. "I was reminded of tho fact a few days ago by tho report In the newspapers of tho narrow escape. George Gould had from a quick death by the premature discharge of his gun while hunting In tho Adirondack's. Russell Sago started the ball rolling by escaping tho bomb of Norcro3S. Mr. Sage had a narrow escape, indeed, but not more so than did William K. Vundcrbilt, who barely saved himself a year ago when his yacht Alva went down at night. Mr. Cornelius Vundcrbilt just escaped death from a train of cars about the samo time. Then John W. Mackay, tho California bonanza king, was shot at and wounded by Klppcy, a San Francisco crank who fancied ho had been wronged by the money king. "C. T. Yerkcs, tho Chicago cable king, was iu a railroad wreck out . i &&,.&' A, riP9 ifr Watson, ! Jtatored to hu family. Who say the clouds of life havo not a liver lining? Look Reynolds, Orover at little 4 year old 111. HI father, Daniel W. Roynolds, after describing the little sufferer's long Illness, continues: "Finally a gravel was forced into the urethra and remained there, producing blood poisoning and dropsical effusions. He was treated by a council of eminent physicians. They made incisions to let the water out and Anally properly adrlsed on operation, but confessed the little sufferer wus so weak death would likely result, I refused and began giving him Dr. Fcnner's Kidney and Backache Cure. Before one bottle had been entirely taken tho stone had become so far dissolved by the remedy that it passed out of itself and the child is well and This shows its power sound In dissolving stone. It is equally powerful for good in all kidney diseases. Money returned if satisfaction not given. Tako a bottle home ." to-da- ! It's just as easy to try One Minute CoughCure as anything else. It's easier to cure a severe cold or cough with it. Let your next purchase fora cough be One Minute Cough Cure. Better medicine; better result; better try it. L. B. Bean. A I'olnlo Duel. One way of combating an evil practice is to make it look rediculous. It was by this means that duelling was slopped in a certain district of Kentucky some forty years ago. At this time a traveling preacher named Bowman a strong muscular man was conducting some services iu Kentucky. At one of his meetings a well known desperate character created a disturbance, and being publicity rebuked by Bowman, sent him a challenge to fight a duel. Bowman, as the challenged party, had the choice of weapons. He seot Irish potatoes lected a as big as his fist for each man, nnd stipulated that his opponent must stand fifteen paces distant, aud that only one potato at a time should be taken from the measure. The desperado was furious at being thus freshly insulted, and made an indignant protest, but Bowman insisted that he was the challenged man, and had a right to choose his own weapons, and threatened to denounce the desperado as a coward if he failed to come to time. As there was no way out of the fix but to fight, the desperado consented. The fight took place on the outskirts of the town. Almost every one in the place was present to see the fun. The seconds arranged the two men iu position, by the side of each, being a measure filled with large, hard, Irish potatoes. It . Bowman threw the first potato. struck his opponent in a central spot, and flew into a thousand piecs, A yell of delight went up from the crowd, which flurried the desperado, aud his potato flew wide of the mark. Bowman watched his chance, and every time his opponent stooped down for a potato another one hit him in the side, leaving a wet spot on his clothes aud then scattering to the four winds of heaven. He hit the desperado about five times, and the sixth potato struck him in the short ribs, knocking the wind completely out of him, and doubling him up on the grass. The people were almost crazy with laughter. Mr. Bowman looked as sober as If he had just finished preaching a funeral sermon. The desperado was taken ho;ne and put to bed, and there he .stayed for more than a wepk before he recovered from the effects of his Irish potato duel. That was the end of due ling in that region. half-bushhalf-bush- capo from being murdered. senger sitting in front of Mr. Yerkcs was Instiutly killed, but tho cablo king got out of tho wreck without n scratch. Eddie Gould is reported to have had a narrow escape from death at tho hands of 0110 of tho Buffalo, railroad strikers a year ago while doing guard duty with tho Mr. Georgo Seventh regiment. Vanderbilt was almost drowned in his private bath at Newport a short timo ago. Ho was rescued by a young lady, the newspapers reported. John Jacob'Astor" had a narrow escape aboard his yacht In a collision In Now York waters recently, and a son of Cornelius Vundcrbilt, Jr., was seriously injured while following tho hounds at Newport, his horso falling and throwing him against a wall. Men of millions are lucky in other things than making money, you see." N. Y. World. AGES OF SENATORS. Morrill, of Vermont, the Oldest and Palmer Is Second. Senator Morgan, of Alabama, is 09 years old, Senator Teller, of Colorado, is G3, Senator Hawley, of Connecticut, is 07, and his colleague, Orvillo Piatt, is 03. Tho two Georgia Cosenators are both lquitt, a brigadier iu tho southern army, is 09. Gordon, a major general in the samo service, Is 01. Voor-hec- s, of Indiana, is GO. Allison, of Iowa, Is 01; his colleague, Wilson, is K). Peffer, of Kansas, is 02, but his long whiskers exaggcrato his years. Cullom, of Illinois, Is 03, Fryo, of Muittc, is G2. Mr. Hoar, of Massachusetts, Is 07. Ho went to congress for tho first timo In 1809. Stockbridge, of Michlgaii, Is 07, Washburn, of Minnesota, is G2, Georgo, of Mississippi, is 07, and Scnrtor Walthall, Ids colleague, Is G2. Vest, of Missouri, is 03, Jones, of Novada, is 03, and Stewart, his colleague, GO McPherson, of Now Jersey, Is CI, Vance, of North Carolina, is 03, and Ransom, his colleague, 07. Bate, of Tennessee, Is 02, Roger Quarlcs Mills, of Texas, is 01, and his colleague, Richard Coke, Is 04. Proctor, of Vermont, Is 02 and Camden, of West Virginia, G3. While many senators aro In tho sixties somo ore In tho soventics viz.: John Sherman, of Ohio, who Is 70 years old, and Senator John M. Palmer, of Illinois, who Is 70. Ono nt least Is in the eighties viz.: Morrill, of Vermont, who has reached the great ago of 84. Chicago Tribune. s. !...... ir t..i ! PROFESSIONAL CARD. A pas- n, N. Ulciin, GLENN J.N. II. Wedding. LAWYERS, HARTFORD, KY. (Office, over Andcrsou'a Bazaar.) & WEDDING, Will practice their profession in nil the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given to criminal practice and collections. pilB E.D.GUFFY. CTaraes .&.. SroltH, JTItW HARTFORD, KY. Will practice bis profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office east side of public square. GrVLffy ill practice attorneys ggt jgaw, 111 all courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, Superior ColCourt and Court of Appeals. lections and all legal business attend ed to. Office 329 E. IVIarket St. s IRlng:, B. D.RINGO Hartford, 3Tontac3r;r. A rr R. It. WEDDING, Cotton Belt Route Editor Rispuhmcan: Mrs. Nancy Keown, of Selct, has rented a room front Esquire Byers and has moved her family to town for the purpose ol sending her son, Estii, to school. Mr. G. M. Harrison, of Sulphur Springs, was in town Satiuday and Sunday. Miss Sadie Crowder entertained a lew of the little folks Saturday night. Master Everett Liles paid Olander Rains a visit Saturday and Sunday. Dr. J. L. Liles gave a very interesting lecture on Physiology at the school-hous- e last Friday morning. Master Leslie Wedding has been sick for a few days, but is better. Miss Mary Campfield is a new Rosa. pupil at school. (ircnt l'liftliiroN ol Toxin. MKMPHIB COMMKRCIAl.. iionim:. Attorney at Law, Beaver. Dam, Ky. Will practice his profession in all tho courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary. Public. - HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in ail the Courts ,ot Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court ot ApSpecial attention given to peals. collections. Office, in County Attorney's office, in Court House. Lawyer Perry Westerfield, M. L. HSAVHIN. 0. & S. W. R. R. -- Arkansas and Texas -- ITS! xi8 MmrtmMevt Very few people at a distance, in .thinking of Western Texas, understand that nearly the whole of it is at present fenced up in mammoth pastures, yet such 'is the case. Many of them are largerthan ordinary counties, and some of them embrace large parts ol three or four counties. Just West of Belchersville, Texas, comes the Silverstein, the Ikeard and the Worsham pastures. This latter contains 50,000 acres and ha3 one line miles long, Pasoffence twenty-thre- e tures a'bout this si.e continue in almost unbroken succession until we reach Armstrong county. There we find what is known ns the Goodnight ranch, the southern boundary of which is a little string of fence eighty-thre- e miles long. Charley Goodnight, as the owner, is familliar-l- y known, Is considered one of men in the Panhandle, but I really feel sotry for his boys if he ever sends them out on a hot summer afternoon to stop the hog" holes in that line of fence. It is hardly likely that this is the case, however, as all fences in thatcountry are built to turn cattle and without reference to hogs. There Is n liltle railway station called which consists of the Goodnight, and the residence Goodnight rlpiint. Mr. Cioodninhtllvesin almost baronial style. His park centains deer, n drove of elks and one of the Attorney at Law. Beaver Dxar, Ky. 4 W. H. BARNES Across tho Ocoan of In a Dory. PME! AT UW$ 4ro hrol.cn (town l.xjniicrworlcoi liotutholC erne ltrcwn't) Iron Bitters ?Inn f Persons 1 i,iii,llitiliuMtcmiildill.ieHtMi,reronYeM. cvxnf Lilo uiul iirot malaria. Ut Ihogvuuliw. mariners have A notablo pair practice Ins profeeeion in all been found by tho Press at ono WILL courts of Ohio and adjoining of the Portland docks, in tho per- counties and Court of Appeals. Specsons of Capt. and Mrs. Thomas ial attention given to collections. Oflico over Cnreon & Co. Crapo, of tho schooner Oriole. Now Bedford, Mass., Is tho skipper's homo, and his first adventure was in ono of the whaling ships of that historic port. In tho old whaler Mar-cl- a ho sailed in 1857 for tho North Pacific, but deserted from tho ship on ono of tho South Sea Islands, nnd lived a time among tho natives. But Capt. Crapo's greatest ndvonturooc-curre- d in 1877, when, with Mrs. Crapo, who Is in Portland with him on the present trip, ho crossed tho Atlantic In a little dory only nlno-tce- n foot Jong. They were forty-nlu- o days nnd nlno hours from New Bedford to Penzance, England. Mrs. OFFICE OVEB RED FRONT1 Crapo Is tho only woman who evor crossed tho Atlantlo In so small a Is prepared to do all kinds of near t .Portland (MnA VrAM reasonable prices. Stated meeting of the Hartford Dental work at P. & A. Masons, first todge, No. 675. nndOelaaiXaWM Monday night in each month. All cured M huiuo brethren, arc iuvited.to attend regular. olptfa tlouUriMBtrKEBV ,W. II. Mooitic, W. M. irJ.B.WaiUEYJA' II. Wkinsiikinkk. Sec'y. AUanU.Oa.CMB iCOUHKWUMMUMit ' Hartford, Ky. ii- s- mm ' 'i DENTIST. 5 Hi WHISKEY 7 1, xm... I Hartford Republican CO j. ruBLisiinn evkby fkiuay MOHNINO Editor unit Proprietor. ii. koui:kn, Friday, March 16, 1894. Election, .Nov. 0. For Couuty Judge John P. Morton. For Shci fl Cal. P. Keown. For Comity Cljrk D. M. Hockcr. For County Attorney K. P. Neat. For Assessor N. C. Daniel. For Jailer Jown W. Black. For Surveyor G. S. Fitzhugh. For Coroner G. C. Wcsterfield. Ropublicau Ticket. magistrates: $ i j t The hard times of the past yerr will QUARTERLY REPORT be greatly increased by the passage OF THE of the infamous Wilson bill. If you decide to tike Hood's Sarsa-parill- a As fierce as wild knight-erran- t Eveiy with J consthiim:: do not be induced to buy any possible effort should be made to dehis glittcung sword and shield, Hartford Hosca Shown. substitute article. Take Hood's and Resplendent in his valor, which may feat the measure to delay it in any Rosinc Thomas Allen. die, but does not yield Cromwell R. B. Martin. event. We can better afford n few was Hood's only. When W. C. P. Breckeuridgo To any foe that meets him in the lists Fordsvillc months of uncertainty than four year chosen to deliver an oration at tho or on the way, Buford FonnsviLi.i:. of adversity, suffering nnd distress1. We are having some beautiful Or crosses clashing swords with him dedication of tho Worjd's Fair Buildin battle's stem a; ray. At tho Closo of Business on Our jovial good nntured friend Jim Under the most favorable circumings somo Chicagoans objected, as spring weather TO HAVE A HOME. stances, the Wilson bill, if it becomes 23d day ot Doconi- Rev. Roland filled his regular ap-- As sweet as a lovely woman's voice, Polk Thompson, comes to the front, 0 is soon to have a they had a perfect right to do, and The Reivtiilican as soft as lute strings low, not with a fish stoiy, but a frog n law, cannot be changed until the bor, 1893. poiutment nt the M. Chmlh Sat- Brcckcnridge became homo of its own, scructhing unknown tho unholly As fierce as knight of chivalry who stoiy. Wednesday he went with summer of 1897. We earnestly recIn urday and Sunday. refused to serve. oflcuded and strikes the deadly blow, to any newspaper so far as we are inKESOUKCES. Rev. J. W. Bristow preaches at ths Midst woman's wail of sorrow and the Rowan Holbrook to the latter's farm ommend that you will urge United view of the developments of the last across the River nnd while out became States Senators, irrespective of party Loans mid Discounts, less formed, that has ever had an exist- twelve- months, tho country is ready Baptist Church eveiy Sunday ni;rht. lute strings twanging bright loans to Directors . . $54, 127.50 Mr. J. M. Collier, of Colliers Sta- Arc the musings of mosquitoes in the thirsty. Jim with little trouble to defeat or by every ptrliamcutary ence in the county. In iact it now to say, Blessed bo those men of Chimethod to delay the pwsage of the Loans to uireciors (olliecrs middle of the night. found a convenient bucket of water 4 has the place of its permanent loca-tio- n cago, who ousted Billy Brcckenridge, tion, was in town Saturday. not included . 600.00 And we'll soon hear that song and a bright, new tin dipper. He measure. Mr. John Jones has returned from a Overdrafts, seemed . . . 1,412.00 humiliaOn November the 6th the people Ovcrdrnlts, unsecured . . ngain. secured, but some necessary aud saved tho country tho raised the temtitinT limiid 56S.48 visit to friends and relatives in Lottis-will- e. introduced to the n cl,rt,lcc to -t- heir Due from National Banks '5.759-- 1 litis when, behold, ns lie tliotiirlii i!7ftvi11 M building must be done before moving tion of beingworld by such asocial aud I . . .iriliiif ntlnf lm minttfwl Due from State banks nnd of the Wanted a dog llllini IJV tltlllll a Irog in tne clipper. He dashed o Mrs. Georgie Graves an! little Bankers 108.00 o in. Under very great difficulties, moral leper. R. E. Lei: Simmerman. the water out aud taking up another daughter, Bessie, spent Wednesday Banking house and lo. . . 3,000.00 No better aid to digestion, The Kei'Uiilicax, within the last two The above advertisement has come dipper full he saw another frog nnd 00 No better cure for dyspepsia, ono Sxxie at Horse Branch. J.393.97 e So far, years, has steadily grown in every deNothing more reliable lor bilious- Currency 5,017.00 Mrs. Jennie Mitchell is visiting Mrs. to me with instructions to insert it he was just in the net of throwing u has Democratic Congress in this column and to give the public that out, also, when his companion, ness and constipation than DeWitt's Other items carried 50.00 partment until the business now done Ruth Graves, of Horse Branch. Little Early Risers, the famous little Furniture and Fixtures . . 1,500.00 been able to pass but one public measMrs. Oscar Hines and mother, of such directions as regards the dog between shouts of laughter, yelled, pills. L 11 linn. is twice, even three times, that of two Taxes paid LU.05 ure of Natioual importance and po- Sulphur Springs, are the guests of wanted as will meet completely the "Jim that's no frog: it's the reflection 0) Current expenses 1.76S.5O years ago nnd is steadily increasing, litical bearing tho Repeal of the . desires and approbation of theemdite of your face in the dipper." Jim took w t'ourl Xolm. Mrs. J. Hocker this week. Coiu'th vs. J. C. Woodward for maso much so that the proprietor has Sherman Bill and that could only fs5.443.67 Mrs. J. t. Cooper and lady are in Mr. Simmcriuan. The reader will in tlic situation nt once and smiled a licious shooting fined 5500 and went f Republican LIABILITIES. Louisville this week selecting their notice in the first place the reading smile such as he alone ran smile. proven his faith in the future success be done by the aid to jail. "ad" Wanted a dog. Democrats stock of goods. We are glad to know of this Capital slock paid in, in cash-2000.00 by purchasing a permanent place for votes. And although the All the elements which nature reCoui'ih vs. Ed Ttlford for gaming Surplus luud 5,250.00 have the House, the Senate and the that Mr, Cooper will engage in the You will be no douht, forcibly struck, its operation. quires, to make the hair beautiful aud Undivided profits . . . . confessed a fine of $25. 6,3:2.33 ngain. Mr. as was the writer, once with a brick, business Executive, they have bad a year of mercantile 48,80.36 Com'th vs. Mason Cater (Shorty) Due Depositors But this purchase costs money nnd power, and yet the McKiuley Bill, Clarence Snitih has resigned his po- with the peculiar, yet dignified ar- abundant, arc supplied in Atycr's DueSt'tebanks&St'teb'k'rs 50.98 of the words which Hair Vigor. The preparation keeps for selling liquor hung juty. Same P. the the necessary building and equip- which they promised stricken down at sition as clerk iu Hocker ?: Tabor's rangement the scalp free from dandruff, ptevents vs. Same not guilty. $85,443-6store. Mr. Smith is a good salesman make known to the public what Mr. once is still on the Statute books. ment of the new office will cost Com'th vs. Awns Berry for selling Simmerman means. The simple and the hair from becoming dry ami hart-hTATi: Ol' KlJNTL'CKV, 1 9 and we believe that the friends money and commands a good salary-Mr- . of the and makc3 it flexible and glossy. COU.NTV OI'OlllO. liqucr -- not guilty. J1ss No definite arrangements have been Klijah Cooper, of Louisville, untutored might have written it Com'th vs. Martin Collin's for sellJohn H. Barnes, Cashier of Beaver will do all they can to make made by the Executive Committees is in town. A Dog Wanted, but no such ambigpaper NMAI.I.IIOI'N. ing liquor confessed a fine ol $too. Dam I)cosit Bank, n bank located Farmers are busy sowing oats, Misses Oma Smith and Lynch, uous, sentential stiucttue could evmatters as easy with us financially as of the different parties, but it is gennnd doing busines iu the town of S line vs. Same for gaining confess9 is usually the lot of 'ye editor. In erally supposed the County Campaign of Hartford, are the guiests of Mrs. er emanate lrom the fertile imaginaThe Convention and Primary both Heaver Dam, in said county.bcing duCO ed a fine of $73. Three oilier cases ly sworn, tion of the aforesaid erudite aud ec- passed ofl quietly here. say.i that the foregoing reof August. J. I. McCueu. words, friends, if you are in will open about the first other port is in all respects a true statement Mrs. Annie Gnmanc spent several centric Mr. Simmerman. He well Mrs. Marid Robertson nnd sou, striken from docket. If such arrangements be made for that H Roll.i Sanders, who was t:.ed last of the condition of the said bank nt debt to The RnrbnucAN, even days last week with relatives at knew that immediately upon reading Owen, have been quite sick for severtime, it will insure about three months week and sentenced to two years in the close ot business on the 23d clay the expression, a dog wanted, that in al days. Whitesville. though the bill is small, nnd you can ol December, 1S93, to the best of his this Bro. Jenkins filled his regular ap- the penitcntiaty, moved for new trial. knowledge and lK.Iicf;aud further says Mesrs. W. L. Graves, Kelley Ta- the minds of the fickle dealer in dogs 0 pay it in whole or in part, it will of as lively political hustling as county has ever witnessed. Grief vs. Watts judgment for the that the bu incss of said bank lias bor, Ed Tabor and Wallace Graves, of as well as in the public mind gener- pointment at Equality. greatly oblige us. and will enable us fcnd.int in the sum of $2 13.37. lcen transacted at the location namquer-ry- , Horse Branch, we re in town Satur- ally, would arise the simple Messrs. Morrison and Hocker have CO Miss Polxakd has made two great ed, and not elsewhere; and that the C. B. Eldred Admr vs Kobt Bento serve you more acceptably in the day and Sunday. "What did the dog want?" And moved their grist mill to this place. report is mistakes in life. The first was when nett judgment dismissing petition. abovenn official made in compliance Dr. S. P. Coflman has moved to then, instead of the. cadcr being end future. We may send you a bill in she listened to the flattery of the Mr. J. M. Smith has gone to with notice received from Grounds filed for new trial. to be treated for cancer of the listed upon the side of the advertiser Petit. the Sccietary of State, designating a few days, but whether we do or not, silver-tongu- ed Breckenridge nnd was tongue. All cases set for the 7th, Slh and the 23d day of December, 1S93. as the in his heroic effort to obtain a canine Miss Lillic Barnard went to South tempted from the path of virtue; the nnd you feel able to tickle The 9th days ol the term are set for the day ou which such report shall lc Dr. A. Jones, of Deanefield, was in his mind would be confounded by Carrollton CO made. in some other was when she failed to kill the town Saturday night, looking after wondering whether the dog wanted a Mr. J. E. Ferguson has moved to 15th, 16th and !7l!wlays respectively. by dropping Subscribed and sworn pistol. Com'th vs J. W. Willis continued by John II. Barnes the to befoic me scoundrel while she had that personal property. biscuit, or wanted to howl, or whether the J. W. Simpson property. 30th day of shekels on your accouut you will be Misses Jessie Reynolds, Flora Tabor, it was the same dog that wanted the Miss Lee Chinn will start to the and bail fixed at $250,111 default of December, 1893. SiikmivTavi.oh, most blessed. Who will be first? Dep. County Court Clerk. which the defendant returned to jail. The Legislature ha3 adjourned and Mr. Bradley Howard spent Sun- bone, which Old Mother Hubbard Beaver Dam School on the 26th. I. P. Haunuu), President. Com'th vs. George Oats grand larRemember that when you pi" up bearing the beat record of any like day with Miss Martina Graham, of vainly looked for in the time honored CD G. W. Reed is erecting a fine stock R. P. HoCKKH. Director. ceny, set for the ifith day of the term. II. Sulphur Springs. and a year in advance we will send body in many years. cupboard. But this .is not all. What barn. J so. H. Haiinks, " Com'th against John Long for asMr. Allen Coppage was in town would have been the reader's parox-yism- s you either the New York Weekly "March to search" is theold adage. sault and battery, continued and bail U Maj. Matt Adams will be the of mirth when he read the o Tribune or the Louisville Weekly next Pension- - Agent for Kentucky. last week. Tobor is visiting relatives whole advertisement appearing bold- It searches out any weakness of the reduced to $100. QUARTERLY REPORT Miss May system, resulting from impure blood. Commercial a year free. The case of Greenwood vs. Mcilcu-r- y Ol' J.IIK at Guston, Ky. ly thus: "A dog wanted R E. Lee who use Ayer's Sars.ipanlla A Wull ol Imbecility. Coal Co., which has been tried The interest in the foot ball game Simmerman." Quicker than a flash Those The date on which wo move has ,. find March no more .searching or even twice befote, and once sent to the continues to grow. would have come the thought, "what disagreeable not yet been determined, but the than any other month. The Springfield Republican says Our school, which is being taught dog wants R. E. Lee Simmernnn? This medicine is a woudcrlul iuvigo-ra- t Court of Appeals, came up yesterday, " necessary building and arrangements that the Democratic Congress "may by Mr. and is now 011 trial. J. W. Petty, is progressing Whose dog was it that wanted him?" or. crivethe countiy the great boon of nicely, The Grand Juiy adjourned last Satwill be begun nt once, 4 Andlastbut not less pertinent, "what urday, having 'cturned 27 Midict-ment- At tho closo of Business on free wool, nnd the fact will be recog1? Prof. M. B. Foster has just closed could any dog do with R. E. Lee Church mill Nuuiluj tho 23d day of Docom- WEATHER FORECASTS. nized. But even so great a measure an excellent Writing Dr. Coleman's sermon Sunday School at this Simmerman, anyhow?" P bor, 1803. Rev. Ir) R. Hicks' Almanac con of reform will not save or help the To I ho TriiKi- - or Ohio County. from the text: "And the veil of the place. The prizes were won by Mr. i I By thus presenting the difficul.ics RESOURCES." Gentlemen: We desire to call your tains the following forecasts lor the Democratic party when it is shown Henry Walker and Master Asa which wound themselves like a huge temple was rent in twain from the remaider of the month, pointing to to have been purchased at the ex- Brown. topto the bottom, "wasoneof the most ittention to our "Complete School Loans aud discounts, less H anaconda around the "ad" ns the comloans to Directors . pense of a scandalous grabbing at P probable storms about the 20th: masterly efforts of this great divines Charts," Kentucky Edition, and our Loans to Directors (officers. f6S.304.S0 Success to the Repuhmcan. mon herd would have written it, you Elementary Reading and Writing is central Government bounty by representa"An equinox of Mercury long life. The sermon made a deep not include 1 . Bonnie Doon. 406,00 rt on the 20th, ami the full moon falls tives from the section where the paily can see plainly the great negative impression on the large congregation. Charts, published by the American Loans to Officers 400.00 argument presented in favor of Mr. Book Company. Pleare examine these Overdrafts, secured en the 21st, making altogether a com- happens to be strongest, The country . . 1,937.35 His discourse on Sunday night was IIKAVER DAH, reac- - can better stand a few more years of mastery of Simmermau's complete bination of causes to cover the 437.06 scarcely less able than the one deliv- goods before purchasing your school Overdrafts, unsecured . . Mar. 14 Rev. J. II. Teel, of Rochtionary period from 20th to And now by the English sentence. supplies. Our agent will call on you Due from Nat. Banks . . 5,966.74 extreme high protection than be guil1 togetho'clock and the two ester, filled his regular appointment spending a few moments in diligent ered at rarely seen, all centering to a day on 483. 28 soon wilh samples of the goods and Due from St'e 11'ks.S: ll'k'rs indorsing so palpable and outBanking house nnd lot . . 3000.00 the earth's equinox. Let us prepare ty of here Sunday at 1 1 o'clock, and also search we may be able to arrive at er prepared in a greit measure the at the same time show you letters of Stocks and Bonds. . . . minds of the people for the beginning for, and watch lesults. Mercury will rageous a sectional steal." There is at 7:30 at night. 1.11.67 some positive opinion of his ability recommendations from your State Specie add destructive sleet to the general much tuith in this. If the Demcrat-i- c 2718.78 o The roads here were well trodden deal with words iu all the intricate of what promised to be a revival o and County Superintendents, togeth- Currency 2,260.00 party cannot pass a tariff bill witho disturbances. Earthquake perturbaSunday by a party of horseback riders. mazes of their chameleon like mean- more than ordinary interest and re- er -with letters of recommendation Exchanges for Clearings . 2,145.59 tions are very piobable in all regions out selling out a piinciple to every 09 sults. Other items carried as cash 1,367.49 The streets and road were blockaded ings. visited commonly by such phenomeSenator who demands that his vote The Church meeting nt the Baptist from leading educators of your State. Furniture and Fixtures . . 1,000.00 O Wide and wild cyclonic gales be bought by a bonus to some local by a band of roamers. na. "Wanted a dog," The feeling T. L. Cox, Gen. Agt. Taxes paid 145.97 will sweep the se.i3 and coasts. Mr. Martin, of New York City, has of Mr. Simmerman is not merely that Church Saturday night was noted for At Columbia Building, Louisville, Ky. Current expens" . . . . be well to leave the 1,088,50 the close of the 'general commotion interest, it might been visiting his brother, John T. of a wish or a desire, for he uses the three distinguishing features, the Other assets, debts iu suit C3 698.54 Prof. W. N. Burch, Local Agent. large amonnt ol business transacted, great cold for the season will domi- McKinley taiifl untouched, so far as Martin, for the past few days, returnverb, "want" emphatic Anglo-Saxtoany advantage to the party is expecnate most parts of the northern hemthe number of good speeches made $93,701.77 ing home Monday. "wanted." He not only wishes a isphere. In nil our preparations and ted. LIABILITIES. Messrs. John II. Nave, Hiram dog, and desires a clog, but he ab- aud the extreme lateness of the hour watching, let us not forget durub, de Cap'l stock paid in, incash 530,000.00 Maddox and Dr. W. P. McKenney solutely and unqualifiedly "wants" kept, dismissing about 1 130 o'clock. pendent beasts. Provide shelter and Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair profits According to previous announceto lood lor all. geueral Her Boy's Suffering After Undividedsubjcctocheckfon . 7,418.97 the best and Miss Bessie with a few others a dog and "wants him bad." What is, unquestionably, Deposits o storminess willAprevail uptendency last ment Dr. Fred D. Hale, of Owensbo-ro- , j from Hartford left Sunday evening is it wanted? A dog not to the Diphtheria which in. is not paid . 56,069.79 h regular storm period of tho month, preservative of the hair. It is also a the dog, arrived Monday evening to asDue National Banks . . . 81.63 dog does the "ad" nor a cS which is from 2.1th to 29th. About curative of dandutft, tetter, and all for Frankfort. Hood's oav Good Health and Due State banks and ban'rs Mr. John H. Barnes went with his say, but merely A dog. What could sist in the revival nnd preached Mon131.38 O 2Gth, 27th and 28th, change of tem- scaip affections. Strength. day night, Tuesday evening and wife to Carrollton, Parroll county, be more appropriate than a want so & perature, barometer and wind cur$93,701.77 Tuesday night. In his very first serSaturday, where she will remain a definitely expressed. NO CltREK. Pi rents will result in another series of Statt. oi Kijntuckv, 1 ss mon he completely capluredthe hearts 0) March 14. Fanners are busy sow- short time with her parents, He restorms, and these iu turn will eud in Countv of Ohio, j Although from the reading of the of the people. Ou that occasion he turned Suturday night. general cold. Thus endeth March.'' ing oats this week. Sam K. Cox, President of Bank of "nd" the unthinking might be led to was greeted by a congregation such Mumps is very prevalent and quite Mr. Davage Taylor has moved into LLeLeleB Hartford, Ky., n Bank located and the conclusion that almost any ani- ns scarcely- ever Lefore greeted a visiNot for tho past several years has serious in a number of cases. doing business in the town of Harta residence of R. P. Hooker's on mal belonging to the genus canine-icus- s ting preacher in Hartford. His preford, in said county.being duly sworn there been so much deep solicitude Mrs. Fannie Taylor, Washington, Main Street. would suffice, yet it must be re- sentation of the truth issimple.unique, says that the foregoing Report is in manifested on the part of the people is visiting relatives here this week. Mr. E. P. Barnes is in the East all respects a true statement of the membered that it is n dog that is pungent and powerful, making n very of the town regarding the College as Mrs. T. II. Carson, who has been purcnasmg Hocker & Co's. spring condition of the said Bank at the close wanted just a plain, unvarnished deep impression upon the audience. Pi of business on the 23d day of Decern, has been seen and heard on every on the sick list for some time.is some- stock. His sister, Miss Fannie andog. No artistic orcphemercnl her, 1893, to the best of his knowlThe Sunday Schools of town are Barnes, will leave to assist side during the past two weeks. The what better at this writing. gelic canine existence will pass mus- 'on the high tide of prosperity. The edge and belief; nnd further says that The Sunday School was reorgan him in making the puchases. O people had almost concluded that the the busiuess.of said Bank, has been ter it must'be a dog with nil that n Methodist School lends in point of enrt present management of that good iu ized last Sunday morning with a full Mr. Davage Taylor is in Louisville. transacted nt the location named, and dog means. with 128, while the Baptist rollment An alarm of fire was given at ti not elsewhere; nnd that the above restitution was permanent, and when corps of teachers. The clog that Mr. Simmcriuan wants School is a strong second with 1 1 port is tunde in compliance with an Mrs. Fannie Wesbrook and daugho'clock Monday night at the Austin tho announcement was made that the be able to howl for nineteen and official notice received from the Secthe Cumberland Presbyterian is ter, Miss Tivis, of Warren county, are House. The fire started from the must Board of Trustees stood three to two retary of State designating the 23d consecutive hours without taking third with daughis but fair to say It the guests of Mrs. Wesbrook's bursting of a lamp, but plenty of day of December, 1893, as the day on against tho gi anting of the additional breath. He proposes to utilize the that the membership of the Cumberter, Mrs. O. R. Tinsley. workers being immedirtely aroused, which such report shall be made. neu8250 to Dr. Alexander, and that tho land Church is much smaller than Chinn Bros, saw mill has been do- the fire was soon extinguished, doing howling qualities of the dog to Subscribed and sworn to before me indications pointed unerringly to a tralize the music of the Bill "Nye" either of the other two churches by Sam K. Cox the 28th day of DeS! change in the management of the ing a large business here for some but little damage. cember, 1893. G.B.LiKKNS.C.O.C.C. Hardwick Boarding Club, so that which accounts for the disparity in enmonths past, and is still running on Our Streets are being improved. Sam K. Cox, President, school, it came as a shock which tho lull time. at night. The dog rollment. All the schools nre doing "C. I. Hood A Co., Lowell, Mui.i "Sim" can sleep Mr. John Coleman, of Cincinnatti, J. J. McHijnry, Director, people were not expecting. But there is not to have less than three nor good work. "Hood's Btrisparllla hat dona 10 much tor Rev. R. A. Stevens, Neutonville, took dinner at the Austin House with hi " John C. Thomas, my boj that I wish to lay a few words In pralu more than five appetites. He must " Rev. E. E. Pate filled his regular of this wonderful mrdlclne. Clifford was very J. S. Coleman, hi was such a rousing to tho needs nnd Ind., preached here last Sunday to a Miss Dora E. Gibson, Wednesday. requirements of tho hour as could large nnd appreciative audience of his Mr. Henry Carson, of Hartford, be perfectly pliable, lying in the sun appointment at Mt. Herman ou last 111 with diphtheria and It left him suffering wltb ItrlRhfs disease. n was very weak, poor la for hou.s at a time without being Sunday, delivering a powerful serbo misunderstood. neighbors. He left was out to see Mr. F. O. Austin Suu-daA old friends nnd not possibly flesh and could hardlr walk. Malaria ferer aroused by the dulcctto call of his mon. Sunday afternoon for his home. large number of citizens and tax-pa- y 0011 overtook him and together wlUi trouble . master to run the hogs out of Dr. The Frankfort party returned yesJudge John P. Morton nnd lady ers signed tho petition to tho Boaid, Rev. R. A. Stevens, after spending with his liter, He Was In Much Misery. Alexander's garden. The dog must last week at his old home on No requesting tho employment of Dr. came out Sunday to hear Rev. Ste- terday. bar At be both malleable and habitable sup- Creek and preaching an interesting him last, almost discouraged, I decided to taken SCIIOOI. NOTES. Alexander, but the majority of tho vens, the Judge's old friend and army try Hood's Barssp&rllta. He has les3 than 300 nor more sermon at No Creek Church Sunday, only a few bottles, and yet It has don hlia more Miss Lillic Austin and a friend porting not Board raised the objection that not comrade. good than all the previous medical treatment than two ounces of inhabitants to the returned to his home in Neutonville, There is talk of an attempt to estab- made us a call Thursday afternoon. of tho property of tho town was half CO e place. Mr. John T. Martin and brother, square inch of supeificial area, at this Ind., Monday. Tho lish a represented on the petition. We Anyone knowing the whereabouts Born, to the wife of O. R. Tinsley, of New York City, spent last WednesRev. E. E. Pate will preach at the school people accepted the challenge, of such an nnimil desiring to change 4 on the 14th inst, a fine ten pound day afternoon with us. Methodist Church Sunday morning and us tho fruits of the canvass by tho Miss Sue Monroe visited her parents masters will assist him to call on or' at 1 1 o'clock and again at night. He boy. Dr. McCormick attending phyommitteo appointed at the meeting sician. Truly this seems to be a Re- near Horton Saturday and aforesaid R. E. Lee Simaddress the Sunday. preaches to the children at 3 p. m. at tho Court Houso last Tuesday publican year. Mr. James DnfT has been out of merman, who in the mean time refuses the signatures to night a week ago and medicines combined. He has regained This place is improving vety fast. school for the past two weeks owing to be comforted, In Favor of KcIiooIm. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve cleansstrength and flesh and looks quits healthy. II tho petition now represent $120,000, Three new houses are in course of to sickness. An absent citizen and property will always give us pleasure to tell others what es, purifies and heals. It was made U to 00,000 whoso owners either who has holder of Hartford writes to a friend A jolly College Professor, consttuction. A letter was found last week adMr. S. F. Wallace will raluablo medicine Is Hood's Barsaparllla.'1 for that pnrpose. Use it for burns, Pi Mhi. O. W. Mahlstt, Carrollton, Kentucky. the spirit of the petition or else soon have his house ready for occu- - dressed to Miss use of cor- - j under date of March 1 1, as follows: from John, a knack of impressing the Hood's N. U. Jf you decide 9 have not been approached upon tho pancy. The frame work for the house North Carolina, finder will please rect language on his students by, "Please sign my name to the pe- rllU do not be Induced to take auy other.Barsape cuts, bruises, chapped hands, sores to buy of all descriptions nnd if ' you have subject. It is but fair to remark that under construction for Mr. W. F. return to Miss and John will means of ludicrously using incorrect tition requesting School Trustees to Hood's PUIS our Hrer Ills, Jaundice, bid piles use it for them. L. B, Bean, three-fourtrs and Stevens is all up nnd it will be push settle the bill, ATTyn, of tho lousness, slok headacho and constipation. S80. language himself in the classroom, grant Dr. Alexander the additlona Fordsvillc Buford MlCAWHEU. w w Hartford A. S. Aull. Rosinc C L. Woodward. Cromwell Jont B. Wilson. parlies representing threefourths of tho wealth of the town fnvor the proposition. Ono member has resigned, leaving the Board two and two ou tho measure. If a schoolman is chosen to fill the vacancy, the contract with Dr. Alexander will no doubt bo signed nt once. But if some ono opposed should be chosen to net until tho next election of Trustees, it has been predicted that tho determination of tho matter will bo deferred until after such election. This would bo very Not but tho people will unfortunate. elect n Board favorable to tho spirit of tho petition referred to, but there is no good sense in holding the matter open so long. Let tho contract bo made and thus prevent the intorest of the school and the town being longer endangered. ed to completion at an early date. Messrs, Loncy and Virgil Sander-fu- r arc putting lumber ou the ground to begin the erection of their new dwelling, nnd ns they arc both bachelors, there is considerable speculation rs to which one is going to turn benedict. As farns we have heard expressions, Republicans here are well pleas cd with their county ticket, nnd are determined to elect it to a man, and hurl fiom power in the good old county of Ohio reprentntives of a patty which since complete control of our National Government has been obtained by them have brought nothing but distress and disgrace. Mr. W. J. Lampton writes to the Detroit Free Press ns follows, regarding a universal accompaniment of summer: As sweet as woman's gentle voice that falls upon the car, To soothe the bitterness of grief, to pacify nnd cheer. When woe nnd disnppoiutmcnc come to darken and destroy The hope that lives in human hearts, the comfort and the joy. As soft ns sounds of tender lute some fair maiden's hands In listless, languid loveliness sweetly o'er its strands And fill the melting moonlight the music ot the heat t, In measures more melodious were ever made by art. when stray with than a o was once spending vacation hi the rural districts iu search ol stu lents for the fall tc:m. lie was accompanied by a no less jovial companion, a student, and one night fie Professor, who is n fluent, forceful speaker, was lecturing in n backwoods schoolhousc to the simple minded gentry, when in the height of his enthusiasm he forgot but he was once more iu the class room and he rapturously declared: "You have hearn people say that they have hiMrn their neighbors have done so and so" and suddenly seeing the deadly pallor on the faces of his audience and the fits ot laughter into which his student was wrought, he added, "when they mean they have heard " Now, if you will hall the jolliest, best humored sct'ool man you know with "I hearn you made n speech," or somctjiing to that effect, and he laughs as though he merit to teir all his buttons oil. then you may know he's the man. Try it. You know I have MO one to send to school, nor hnve I had for over ten years, yet I feel an interest in old Hartford and am willing to contribute my mite iu way of tax for upbuilding our schools. We can't afford to give Dr. Alexander up, even if he demanded double his present salary, for to do so will kill our town and our school for n number of years. Sign my name and the name, ns we pay to petitition, of tnxel under both nnmes." $250 he nsks. fc A On last Sunday morning nt 10 o'clock, Mr. A. II. Miller ol Palo, and tiilr WimIiIIiiit. r Miss Sainh J. Wysong.of this county, were married at the home of the bride's father, Mr. James Wysong, 2 miles West of Sulphur Springs, iu the prcs. ence of the family and quite n nuuibt r of rclntloes aud ami friends. Rev. B. L. Davb, in n very inipiessive manner, spoke the words that united them. May earth's fairest, sweetest flowers and lilc's choicest blessings be theiis through life. After congrat. I.ott l.oil!! ulations, nn excellent supper was Suitable served. They will make their home A ladies gold breast pin. reward will be given the finder if nt Palo. II. deliveicd to Tracy & Son. Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK 9 O ... Na-tio- .... tow.-inlJii- l"-- - sl'k this-befor- o .... o a rt O to-da- A COURIER-JOURNAI- s bm- - s. in .3 ... 1 t u n 1 A Mother's Story er ... four-legge- d i - 4HRB'HX? ft 1 ft Post-offic- o 9 HOOD'S SartaparfHa CURES All parties needing horse or jack bills should bring or send them to The Republican office. are well prepared to do good work. lip-po- se V J 1? hs tnx-payp- t- - "S, - Vf giiiBTTMft irna- .in in mi ipi.mOB- n j, - u- - .yi;.viif nil iiihnf.vrrrnirBrwr:Tnr.i ? f . Vi" fmmmmmssmm Cnresou & Co. sell tbc Clothing, Col; J. S. R. Wedding hnS the grip. cot- OUR RULE: "Do unto ethers as we GR m would have others do unto Us." ii- -i Ask Carson & Co. for tobacco ton. Co. Otto Mattin, Cromwell, it) improv' ing. The sure pith tocconomy is through-FaiBros. & Co's. store. Go to Hall for early seed potatoes. Hall wants your chickens, and butter. Go to Hall and O. Sugar for $1. ' eggs EXCELSIOR SCHOOL DESK CO. get 25 pounds of N. OIF oixriJxroiaxfixrA.Ti. Hon. Ed. Porter Thompson, uperin-tende- nt of Public Instruction of the State, has the following to say in regard to the goods of this Company: Excelsior Church and School Furnishing Company. Uuy your Neckwear from Carson & k3 K2 & i In VVding friees We consider Values. It is not a matter of small cash, but of the equivalent of whatever is'paid.That is the true estimate of economy. 1'ry him. Come to Carson & Co's. for Hev Boyd, Spring Lick, is atShoes. tending court. Mr. J. M. Bishop, of Centertown, Go to wTTl." wiilianislbr Cheap was in the city yesterday. groceries. Senator C. S. Taylor returned from Mr. George Raley, of Louisville, is Frankfort Wednesday. Mr. J. P. Coleman, of Cincinnati, is attending Court this week. Arise and rejoice, in one of Fair in the city. Miss Lillic Carson, Hefiin, is visit- Bros. & Co's. $10 suits. See our new line of umbrellas. ing Misses Ada and Lena Carson. Carson & Co. Representative T. J. Smith returnyou want good rigs and good ed from Fraukfott yesterday. If Koad Wagons, the very best, at teams call on Casebier & Button. Taylor & Co's. Fair Bros. & Co. have built up a trade by pulling down prices. Mr. Charley Annis, of the CromLowest prices on tobacco cotton at Baby pictures a speciality at Kennedy's Photograph Gcllery. Up Mrs, W. T. Hay ward is visiting her chf plow parents in Baltimore, Md. '"l!" goods cheaper than the CCNI niiniTl Mi n I, Cttii JJK jfcW" A I -- J 11.11 H. W. CO. MXT t M is & $ rs iH & &2 2 We are (governed 3 By the actual wearing qual- ity of go'ids in naming A dollar's worth of g jjj 'i & Prices. W money for a dollar's worth gf of wear. Isn't that the bet Ns ter plan? By Ketaal Values T friz 1 Ji in spring ana summer Jbao- rics, we hope and expect to retain your confidence, and we now present the jH tA 1 - pi zi Latest Styles n Spring oods For inspection by the ladies of Ohio county. Hh y FAIR BROS. & CO PROPRIETORS OF- - it- j m 521 HartfordTemple of Fashion. m fe IS 5?MEffi Friday, Makcii 16, 1894. J My Cljdcsilale horse will stand at Ccntcitown, Ky., beginning March 15th, and closing June 1st, 1864. This being the first intioduction of this breed ol horses into Ohio county, I give the following extract from the Kncyclcopcdia Biittannica, vol. I., page 385: "The Clydodale horses are not excelled by any cart breed in the kingThey dom lor genctal usefulness. belong to the larger cart horses, 16 hands being an average hei.'ht. Brown and bay being the prevailing colore. In the district whose name they bear the breeding of them for sale is extensively prosecuted, and is condecled with much care and sue . t iiwr.il tireumtms are offered lluott'ft nml llnoil' only. by local agricultural societies for Are you weak and weary, overgood stallions. Horses of this breed nrc peculiarly distinguished for the worked and tired? Hood's Sarsapai ilMOVK l'RKK .STKl' WITH WHICH THIJV ia is just the medicine you need to TIIKIR RXKHTINO WHRN AI.OSG or i'i.ov. Their purify and quicken your blood and to hTiir.vc.Tii in cart give you appetite aud strength. If merits are now so generally appreciated that they are getting rapidly you decide to take Hood's Sarsaptlla, ' difTuscd over the country." do not be induced to buy any other. by noted authori-- ' Any efioit to substitute any other It is fuither said ty on (he horse (Prof. Manning) that remedy is a proof of the merit of they make the best cross with Hood's. the small marc of any heavy horse. Hood's Pills are the best after-dinnIn order to introduce this breed of Pills, assists digestion, cure horses into Ohio county I have decid a the low rate of five headache. Try m box. ed to stand him at m dollars to insure a colt, at the same (5) Judge J. S. Glenn has moved into time the season of this horse cost the Miller property.on Walnut Street, twenty (20) dollars. Will !.! I have employed uncle Mack Ford, or 26t of who is an cxpeit hand, who will Beaver Dam about 19th first-clastable. Due April. All persons wanting keep the horse at his photographic work, I will be care v 11 be taken to prevent accidents, glad to make them. Remember I use but should any occur will not be re- the Instantaneous Process for Baby will be on exsponse. This horse to Beaver Dam for at Hartford on the first Mon- Pictures. Come hibit! your Photos, where you always get day i April, next. first-clas- s Yours ttuly, work. Very Respectfully, Centertown, Ky. A. D. Taylor. T. M. Morton, er ss Atlrnllo'i, 'nrnicr. To Wnl. Cards are out announcing the marriage of Mr. Albert F. France and Miss Mary Hill at Christ's Church, Lexington, Tuesday, March 27. The contracting parties are two ot the most prominent and popular members ofsociety in the metropolis of the "Blue Grass Country "The groom is proprietor of the famous Highland Stock, and is a man of much intellectual and moral worth. The bride is a beautiful young woman, possessing many rare qualities. She is the daughter of Gen. S. K. Hill, a popular lawyer and politician, dear to all the Penny! ile, and spent her earlv life in Hattford, where she is desei edly popular. TOBACCO 1894! We have just received a CAR-LOAof the Old Reliable "Homestead Tobacco Grower," which we have arranged to sell at lower figures than ever. This is a "High Grade" 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. D V Beaver Dam, March 6, 1894. well neighborhood, died on the loth Remember that C. L. Field leads in style and finish in buggies. from inst. R. T. Tw'eedle is the boss blackGet prices on buggies and harness smith. Call on him at Yeiser's old before you buy. C. L. Fii:ld. Good oil red print, 5c per yard, at stand. Fair Bros. & Co's. Fair Bros. & Co. are opening up a It will surely pay you to leave your new upstairs clothing room over their Hananas, oranges and grapes at horse with Casebier & Burton when W. H. Williams'. large store in town. Mr. W. T. Pyne, Louisville, was Come and see those young men's Mr. J. V. Hall, of Magan, is visitin the city Monday. .buggies at C. L. Field before bnying ing his brother, Col. S. O. P. Hall elsewhere. Miss Knola Wcstcrfield went to this week. Louisville Wednesday, Henty Nail's Feed Store is head- - j Mr, C. R, Martin and family moved for everything in Meal, qun Mr. W. S. Gaines, of l'ordsvillc, is to the rooniF uver Nail's Feed Store pstufl etc. Fl in the city attending Court. Wednesday. ti can cm put on "scallops" for For Farming Implements of every s For accommodations in a little money, if you buy your emkind go to Taylor & Co. the way of transportation call on Casebroideries at Fair Bros & Co's. bier & Button. C. R. Martin wants to sell you a Activity in white goods when the new clock. Cheap for cash. Misses Lizzie Beau and Floy Duke, March wind blows. Activity in prices Call on W. H. Williams for a good Sulphur Springs, visited Miss Des.sie all the year through at Fair Bros. & Duke this week. lunch while attending Court. Co's. Mr. J. L. Collins, who has been in Protect yourself by buying a MackThe choicest Flour at the most reaHartford several months, returned to ' intosh coat from Carson & Co. sonable rates is to be had at Henty Hopkiusville Monday. Nail's. Try it. He guarantees satisMr. Win. Lyons and Miss Mary You can put on "scallops" for a faction. Smith went to Frankfort Sunday. little money, if you buy your emThe staff of life is bread, Aud good Rev. H. P. Brown, Rockport, made broideries at Fair Bros. & Co's. bread can be made from only good call Wednesday. our office a pleasant Mr, W. M. Fair, of the popular meal and good flour. Go to Heury Dresses for spring, make the ladies firm of Fair Bros. & Co., is in the Nail's Feed Store and get these , sing songs of praises for Fair Bros. East, buying goods for his firm. Messrs. W. R. Jones and J. W. Ta&Co. Mr. and Mrs Wm. Phipps and Mrs. bor, Fordsville; P. W. Tabor Sulphur Miss Dora K. Gibson, Beaver Dam, will Springs, and T. I. Barrett, Barretts M. Rhoads, of Louisville, visited her mother's family Saturday E. Feny, were in town Wednesday. visit Miss Annie Lewis Saturday. and Sunday. By the resignation of Mr. J. E. Born to the wife of Thomas Maple, Misses Lukie Milligan and Minn'c Beda, on the loth inst., a boy, Dr. J. Fogle there is a vacancy in the Board Wilson, of Hamilton, were in town of Tiustees of Hattford College, and E. Pendleton attending physician. Wednesday. it is suggested that another lawyer Mr. U. G. Thomas, who has resid- will be chosen in his stead. Mr. Judge and Mrs. John P. Motion atJ. ed here for some time, has moved to P. Sanderfur, Judge tended church at No Creek last SunJ. S. Glenn and Hamilton Barnes farm, near Goshen. Mr. B. D. Ritigo have been suggestday morning. Miss Mary Wedding, who is board- ed as suitable men to fill the vacancy. Policeman S. J. Walker, Hopkins-villing at her uncle's, Col. J. S. R. WedMr. J. II. Hoover has rented the attended couu here a day or ding, attending school, has mumps. Ford i.kmith Shop on Market two this week. as employed Mr. R. T. Mr.and Mrs. Willie Storms.of Gray- Strt There are now eleven inmates in .e, u. Owensboro, to do the son county, visited the family of Mr. Tw the county jail. An unusually large S. O. P. Hall Saturday and Sunday. work Mr. Tweedle is one of the best number for this county. smith's in the country, and those deMr, J. II. B. Carson and Miss Sara siring the very best of work at reasFree wool couldn't put the prices of Cincinnati, buying onable rates should call on him. clothing much lower' than Fair Bros. Collins are in goods for the bi store of Carson & & Co. have them now. Fair Bros. & Co. have just received Co. a communitcaion from their popular F. Kennedy and family Mr. W. Mr. J. M. Casebier has moved his hat trimmer, Miss Bennett, saying have taken rooms with Mrs. Lou family into the C. Hardwick properthat she was selecting and trimming Collins on Mulberry Street. ty, formerly occupied by Mr. U. G. the handsomest line ot Millinery to be Mr. Sam M. Wilson, a good and Thomas. found. She assures us that she will substantial farmer of near Rosine, Mr. Geo. W. Martin and one of his be able, as heretofore, to down commade us a pleasant call Saturday. children, Cromwell, whose name we petition in prices and styles. All goods Born to the wife of Mr. O. R. failed to learn, have been quite sick will be in and ready by Easter. Tinsley, No Creek, on Wednesday, for some days. Little Etta, the one year old daughthe 14th inst., a fine 10 pound boy. popular ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H, Mauzy.died Miss Mattie Bennett, the Miss Bessie Nave and Messrs. J. II. Milliner for Fair Bros. & Co. is in at the home of her parents last FriNave, H. C. Maddox, Hiley Taylor Cincinnatti laying in a big stock of day. The funeral was preached on Saturday at the Methodist Church by and Dr. W. P. McKenney, Beaver the latest Millinery goods. Rev. G. after which the reDam, went to Frankfort Sunday. For Sale: One house aud lot for mains were laid to rest in the HattCarson & Co. will bring the larg- sale or rent, two miles from Hartford. ford Cemeteiy. The parents have the est stock of dress goods and trimmings Apply to James W. Ford, Hartford, or sympathy of all the people of the that has ever been brought to Hart- O. L. Bowen, Cleopatra, Ky. 28 St town iu their sad bereavement. ford. Don't buy until you see their The funeral of Mrs. V. C. Hines, g Tli at Masonic Hall stock. wife of J. T. 1 ines. will be preached Sat- i mght was quite a success. Mr. T. II. Faught, Ilorton, has at Antioch, near Adaburg, on the first T1 Masonic ladies, assisted by sevlately delivered three wagon loads Sunday in May by Rev. James Keown. eral other friends to the order put evf Irish potatoes to merchants here, tunning erything in elegant readiness for the The Taylor Mines are not for which he received $i.ooper bushthis weak. The company is putting in occasion, and the evening was heartiel. The a new compresser and about a doz.n ly eujoyed by young and old. Mr. W. L Spalding, Louisville, vis- mining machines and otherwise im- committee deserve all praise for their ited his family here several days last proving the mines. excellent management. Receipts of has many Mr. Spalding week. the evening about $10. Dr. J. S. Coleman went to Owens-bor- o friends here who are always glad to Mr. S. C. Stevens, Beaer Dam, yesterday, where he will consult welcome him. with Dr. Hale relative to his return was about his father's farm one day No marriage license have been ishere, and he expects to be able to an- not long ago, when he heard the tinksued during the past week. It is nounce the time of resuming the re- ling of a small bell in the direction of somewhat unusual for Ohio county to vival when he returns from Whites-vill- e the wheatfield. Thinking the sheep spend a whole seven days without one had broken in he started for the field, Monday. wedding. but before he reached it he nofell and broke Dr. J. H. White, who ticed thai the noise seemed to be eleC. R. Martin, the Remember that his ankle some weeks ago, is now so old and reliablejeweler, is still in the far recovered as to be able to be at vated, and looking upward he saw a ring, and is prepared to furnish you work again. The Doctor is one of the large buzzard proudly sailing by with any kind of goods in the Jewelry line. leading dentists of the county and his a small bell about its neck,' This exs repairing at low- lriends are glad to learn of such an plained it all. It was a belled buzzard: Also does it is supposed the same one caught est prices. early recovery. and belled by Mr. David A. Miller.of Fair Bros. & Co extend to all the Mr, G. B. Slack, who has been the Panther Creek countiy about two juiymen a special invitation to visit attending the Commercial College years ago. them and inspect the largest and best of the Kentucky Xjniversity, for some About 2:30 o'clock Wednesday half selected and cheapest line of dress months, is in the city. He has just etc., while at- completed the course and received his dozen men and boys about the depot goods, clothing, shoes, at Beaver Dam were greatly surprised tending court. diploma. He leaves for his home in to hear what appeared to be the Miss Amanda Story got a fish bone Union county of n pistol, although no pistol fastened in her throat at breakfast sight. The frightenin Farming was n The largest-deal- ers Wednesday morning and was greatly Implements, Road Wagons, Buggies, ed ci. 3f an eighteen year old neinconvenienced by it during the day. 9iid building materials in Ohio coun- gro1 . ned Jesse Deane, however, By night her throat was causing her ty are, Taylor & Co., 'of Beaver Dam. soon relieved the onlookers ofanxiety so much pain that Dr. Baird was Buying in large lots they can necesfor they soon found the smoke issucalled and dislodged the bone. sarily give their customers the very ing from the region of the boys's light hand breeches pocket and rightRemember that Miss Collins, Car- lowest prices. ly concluded the fellow had dischargson & Co's. popular Milliner, wil The R. E. G. Literary Society, of ed the weapon in his pocket. Marshal leave for the East on the 2th to se- Beaver Dam, will give an Alice and Rummage was notified and in a cure a boss line of Millinery goods Phoebe Carey Entertainment at the twinkling the boy was under arrest which will arrive in time for Easier. School Hall on next Friday night, the and the pistol taken away from him. Wait and see our stock. 23d. These are talented young ladies The ball had just grazed the flesh and Caiison & Co. and the occasion will be looked for- merely inflicted a slight, though Mr. W.J. Morgan, of Louisville, ward to with pleasure by their many very warm wound. He was brought to Hartford ahd lodged in jail. Yeshas arrived in the city to assist Mr. friends. W. F. Kennedy in his Photograph his terday morning he was brought beRev. T. M. Morton will stand Gallery. Mr.Morgan is a fine artist and fine Clydesdale Stallion at hi3 stable fore Judge Morton and fined $25 and will give the people a grade of work at Centertown during the present ten days in jail. far above the average. The display season, Mr. Morton's horse is a l.o.ll Loillt of work shown at the gallery is the Thoroughbred Clydesdale, and is a A ladies gold breast pin. Suitable ever brought to Hartford by very fine horse. Farmers should see finest reward will be given to the finder if any artist Sec delivered to Tracy & Son. him before breeding elsewhere. card in another column. m Rev. Hale received a telegram Wed- his By request of Slaty Creek Church, Owing to the calling away of Bro. nesday morning, informing him of the dangerous illness of his 12 year Hale, the revival has been suspended the Ohio County Baptist Preachers' old daughter, and he left for Owens-bor- o until such time as he may be able to Institute will change the time of at once. She had typhoid when return, when it will be resumed. The meet' ' and will convene on Friday he left for Hartford Monday, but the little preachet in the short time he and iluiihy before the 5th Sunday physician telegraphed that pneumo- was here, secured a firm hold upon in put, '594- - Wo anticipate a large nia had set up and that she was in a the people, and nobody but he could attendance and a profitable meeting. G, W. Gordon. Very truly, carry on the meeting successfully. very dangerous condition. Pair Bros. & Co. Collins Louisville Tuesday. Mr. R. T. returned w9-- Curia H asugctf CiuuOL ft 'I LmATHH. .'. E3.fii& J. G. BROOKE, ar Kim S2LL3J dm trnrrn,(irwww rMsit3tium unniBiuiui ' JuirScia CloelDMtt, OblO, Mffl'inj Pres. and Cenl IBgr. & S. 1. ) OFFICE OF SUPERINTENDENT-OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, Frankfort, Ky.t Jan. 17, 1894. ) first-clnss- Excelsior School Desk Co., Cincinnati, 0. GENTLEMEN: Having examined with some care the Maps, Charts, Globes and Blackboard Material which you propose to offer to the schools ot this State under the law requiring such illustrative apparatus, I can recommend tberu as being of good material, good workmanship, and suitable for tlio use of our teachers. Your plan to sell them in combination, and thus, as you assure me, very materially reduce the price of the whole, is to be commended, and especially so as your outfit is made to cover substantially our whole school course as laid dewn in Sec 21 oi the School Law. The four classes you have arranged, from which trustees may choose, at specific prices ranging from $25 to 55 for a complete outfit, is a great point in your favor. These Goods are perfectly reliable and the Company is represented by a home Apply to man. W, H. B AUTCES, Local Ag't, e, Come to Hartford --TO (D SEE THE- - 2S2IKKFjS&rtSfr&S&BIKfB (D r SPRING OPENING OF C. L. .Field's car of Buggies d O P just from the Davis. (Carriage Company. MONEY by Buying from HIM. Will sell you a Buggy, Harness, Lap Duster and Whip from $60.00 Ho will savo you up to $75.00. in Cincinnati The Davis Carriage Company has the reputa- tion of building the best Buggy for the money of any Factory 3- - indy-pullin- - o judge for yourself. C 4 I So come and o OP THE OPENING OP THE SPftfN BEAVER SESSION' OF THE o (0 C tr (D DAM HIGH SCHOOL AND TEACHERS' PRACTICAL INSTITUTE. jjra,n:u..ry 16, 1894. Expenses most reasonable. first-clas- Plans modern and progressive. practical. Advantage most excelleut. thorough and School for the masses. Instruction A re-p- to-da- Tuition perTtrm of Ten Weeks. .,, v....... Common i Primary School J Intermediate -- Department (.Advanced. . .'. 2 ?5 ' Collegiate Dtpartatout ' Instruction iti Mac and Art at Reasonable Ratea. Boards ,tmt gf pirate families per week, $2.00 to 12.25. unusual advantages to joung men and women to teachers. Our outline method of teaching secures to our students We kindly aud honestly solicit the paU the use ot any and all ronago ot all seeking a thorough educatiou, aad very decidedly guarantee satisfaction to all earnest trtudents. For further iaformation end for circulars or call on DORA E. GIBSON, Vice President E. It. RAY, President. The session offers J1e-pecially text-hooks. ......' ..... 13 75 j J .v.v ............ 1 .! SSJW"r? . . PENSERIAN . IUSINESS GOLLEfiES dttOORPORATU.) ,... ml .!.. nnnV.TTlMntBV And StlOlthftlld Louisville. Ky., owemewero, j.$ -- THE REPUBLICAN 'HSie., L JmtLL l .i;jnj 41 Jlt-- i J&4- - 3.l& &k J vS. W"V ilfcMWW asked. of fdteinay throw him a heggnr, upon "LOAN ME YOUR KEY." t shotcs' Young man, it tuny bo gay now, jolly now and fur tome years A Etrnusor'o Quoor ItcquoDt of n Friday, Makcii i6, 1894. to come, and then out own, only those L'olatod Clubman. whom love nml affection and habit THE LITTLE PINK APRON. have bound to us, will cling to us and Would t:ii Compliance, lis Showing h Nelllo'ii pluU ui'ron l clean nml neat, Kindness to n NflRlitmr nr Aiding n still love and endure. Though Komctlmcs It touches licr roj foot! 'tliluf? An Ultimatum lor half-pas- t eight." stray, nfl'cc-HoAnd n our lUrllng from homo ttio Next 1 line. O, olilou f.tshions ol love, of Wo'll untch nlicro Us bright hile (Uili He sat down on tho edge of tho or tuariige, oflathsrhood, stand Tho plaits oo ' raoolh nml cunning on ber bed and looked nt her fixedly. Will soon be rumpled by hush und burr, gentle- "The "And you lot mo dress myself by us, and put into the heart of any man, "1 other nlyht," said n And we ccn fear ths'll climb llio ledge. was placed In an awlnvartl Or drag this apron through blackberry hedgo without saying a word!" he ex- young aspirant for the position of lect position, f had been nt my club This llttlo plnlt apron filr and nwcot or to th.it chutch, putting a pieiniu.u I ft t in claimed. t'ln Daunt nml itnu liMUf She'll danglo around her (lying feet, Is tho autocrat " sho on bachelorhood, to say: "why hV.ouM , "Tho clock t,'i.".i..t. ...I.-- ., 1 ... ..... And wander far, for but yesterday morn s 1 , iiiivuiiiiii. tvui'ii t ,11 it cu lit mj began. She Wurroncd between tho standing corn. I jirotuit-to break the old thhoions lodgings. As I walked slowly up up und down While nil the household ran "Hang tho clock!" ho cried. of the world, and the things held d the outr itt;ps 1 noticed that n man Till all astir was our llttlo town, "As vou please," sho said softly. could guess And no one her by the church of God, Git thec wii3 standing in tho shadow of tho Until tho wind rustled her crlmion driest "But what could I do?" doorway of tho adjoining house. behind me, S.itan." as pleasant as soino Sunah, whatever be new and bright Dut It wasn't Naturally, I was surprhod, but that That wraps her form In tho morning light, days they had passed together; ho our IViit-clii- t t'ouulr.v. Do It apron or dress, their ample folds emotion was Intensified to someA man will seemed to feel injured. A world of sweetness for papa holds! Since-have been rotding news thing like shock when he moved out So, nclf hbors, plcaso her footstep heed act that way when his wife has got from other places and counties it has of Lest vagrant eattlo or frightened Bteid the shadows, and nddressed'ine as tho better of him on his own proposiShould harm our darling, clothed caused me to Imve a desire to say follows: In llttlo pink apron and dress of gravl tion. But the day passed and also " bog will Oeorge, U. Griffith, In N. v. Observer. the night, and tho next morning lie something through the columns of, you 'Ikindlyyour pardon, sir, but ,?ur allow me to try of Ohio felt her shaking lilni and calling him. your paper to the citizens THEIR ALARM CLOCK. "Don't bo angry, Henry," sho county. I read of the negroes having , key In my outer door? I mislaid said, deprecatingly, "but aren't you trouble with the white people and of mine.' "I was dumfounded. In tho unWhy Mr. PorklnB Didn't Think It going to tho ofllco their being mobbed by the whites. I , up. then ask myself the question why is certain light I could make out that "Ofilce!" he cried, starting Wbb a Succoss. he was tall, well dressed, and hnd "What time is it?" it that it is not that way in our coun- tho appearance and maimers of n I How she did laugh nt him Ho "Twenty minutes past seven." ty? The answer comes to 111c like gentleman. Ills voice, too, was that was supposed to get up nt seven "Did did I sleep through nil tho - , Yet that re o'clock in the morning, but on this noise that clock mnkes?" ho asked, this: When you find mean white pco- of ncultivatcd person ou quest of his was an exceedingly pie, you mm mean n.grocs morning he hnd sleepily looked nt making a dive for his clothes. Ills watch, jumped out of bed, "No," sho replied. "I guess you t may go into . a strangecoinutunity.and strange one to mnko at that hour of . . . 1 dressed himself and then discovered rorgot to winu tne cioeit. just as you una tile negro, just so a perfect stranger. did not want to ' refuse him if ho really belonged in was six Instead of seven that it "And you lot mo sleep?" you find the whites; if the whites ate tho house, of course, but what guaro'clock. A few nights before ho had "What could I do? You said the a thrifty prospctous set of antee had I of that? I had never sat rcadins.' in front of a clock that clock was to bo the autocrat" ipeop.e, you win ntuiutc negroes in had been at ten minutes to ten "Tho devil tako tho clock!" ho j the same condition. If the whites SOCn him before. While I was trying to frame some reply that should bo o'clock for three weeks, waiting for roared, dashing it to tho floor, nml ho ten before go- then In his excitement kicking it ' ate good and kind, the negroes are courteous, and yet It to get to half-pa"Oo ouchl the same: you can also come very bald: ing to bed, and had not discovered with his baro foot. I " 'I believe your outer door key that it was not going until his watch Hang it! Mrs. Perkins! You're at- near judging a famiiy by their ser- -' twelve. tending to tho breakfast arrange v.inl s rmnnm-iec- . If the servant fits my door. I think the locks of was half-pashowed that it Any wife would think that she was ments of this house! Tho clock goes dirty and slovenly it is eight the outer doors of all tho houses in this entitled to a little amusement at her Isn't." i cases out of ten that the lauJl uly is homorow are alike. I know that ot tho cast of yours Is like mine, for these cirhusband's expense under "You're quite sure, Henry?" she of the simc disposition, th'! sou.' to I tried it recently." cumstances, but all things come to asked. the lord of the lions?. Hut you do't't "Cheerful information, I thought. him who waits, and ho waited. "Sure!" ho cried. "Well, if I'm s:e any of this in Hartford the inn- - Why, tho burglar who could open It was, perhaps, two weeks after not I propose to be. I propose to ' that that she waked him up one morn-- 1 hold you responsible in these matters jorityof the whites are goo! and kind ono could open all. Hut the necessiing with tho remark: "You'd better i and you might as well make up your an.l of c Jtnse the negroes are kind to ty of making some answer was presshurry, Henry; it's seven o'clock mind to it. The's no use of your them, and therefore we all live peace-bly- . ing. In order to gain time, 1 asked now." He jumped out of bed, hur- trying to shirk It any longer. I've We are not afraid of our poor him: " 'What sort of u key is yours?' riedly put on his clothes and went put up with this business just as Unfortunates being mobbed. When "'It's a long brass kev,' ho redownstairs. She hastily dressed long as I Intend to." they get into trouble, we don't have herself and the children and followed She didn't say anything, but to guard our jail. We don't expect plied. "True, so was mine. Should I him. there was a smile of victory on her from the whites, beoblige him? How could I toll that "Why, Henry!" sho exclaimed face as sho took tho clock downstairs mean treatment majority, but we h1 had not some criminal purpose? when she got down to tho dining-rooand throw It out In the alley. Sho cause they are in the "the tabic Isn't set." He had been obliged expect protection and wo get it, too, Could I nfford to let him into tho j was avenged. "No," he returned dryly, looking to surrender, although, manlike, he so, therefore, I say that in this coun- house, when, for aught I know, ho up from the morning paper. had tried to disguise the fact that it ty there is no inferiority existing, lor might plunder it? Suppose I should "And I suppose 3011 would sit ' was a surrender. Chicago Post. when the white man gets into trouble do it, and then find in the morning that some inmate of tho house had make an inquiry," hero and never we will help protect them been mysteriously murdered? Would Steam and Electric Railroads. "Where do sho said, indign"'Uly. I have been in this county all my I not fool that I was an nccesory you suppose tilth yirl is?" A writer in tho Now York Sun life, though I have visited others, and to the crime? As these horrible "In the kitchen grinding the cof- notes the fact that notwithstanding I must say that the negroes ate betthoughts suggested themselves to fee," ho returned. all the assistance given to corporamo, tho form of tho man standing thecoffee at this hour!" tions by legislatures, cities, counties ter treated here. We, here, as a peo "Grinding p!e, do not dread to sea election day there assumed an entirely different she exclaimed. "I'll see about " railroad and private individuals, "It's only a little after six," he construction in this country was come, but we rather hall it with joy. appesraneo to my eyes. I could almost soo tho horns protruding Bald soothingly. very slow at first. In 1S30 there for we go and vote when we get ready "It's not!" sho cried. "It's seven wore but -- 3 miles in operation; in and if we want to get drunk and have through tho crown of his hat, and his faco wore a devilish expression, Look there!" and she pro- 1S:V2, 2211 miles; in 1S:!j, o'clock. 1,0'JS; in our fun we do that and nobody is such as I have scon in old prints deduced her little gold watch. 1810, 2,S18; in 1S13, l.CXI, and .in killed or As for myself I know "It must have run down last ISIS, 3,'J'J". In no single year was what it ishurt. right and to be hon- picting the demon's gloating over a to do lost soul. Perhaps that last glass night," he said. tho increase in mileage, which now She put it to her ear and her faco averages 5,000 miles a year, as high est, I have had very hard time with of Scotch whisky and soda controlled the turmoils of life, I have had sick- my imagination, but tho morbid grew red, but sho recovered her as 1,000. But from 1S1U to tho be- ness and deaths in my family, but spirit possessed mo so completely in an instant. A woman ginning of tho civil war in 1SC1 the that I felt n dread of remaining any always does under such circumwas rapid, tho total mileage through the goodntss of Gol and' longer in tho presence of tho ono stances. in ISul reaching 31,000. Then con- kindness of the citizens I came out "And you sat calmly down here struction languished until 1S70, when all right. A man can live in Hart- who had Inspired it. Not for worlds and let me go ahead und dress tho 7,000 miles were added, and now tho ford if he wi 1 only try to do right. I would I at that moment havo accedchildren at this hourl" she exclaim- total length is 215,000 miles. On remember of asking a gentleman to ed to his request. Still, u sense of fihame forced mo to bo civil. What ed. the other hand, tho electric railroads loan me a large sum ot money and he should I say? could I do?" ho asked. have increased w ith marvelous rapid"What "Then I did something that I aft"What good would my word bo ity throughout every section of the remarked in this manner: "I have against your hundred dollar watch?" country. At tho beginning of 1S00, not the money, but if you can get it erward felt ashamed of. I deliberfail to have it ately lied to tho man. I sai.l to him: She glared at him for a moment when electric railroad building first elsewhere, and if you and then brokoout: "I'll have every began to bo popular, there were 200 whendtte, I will assistyou." Then the 'I am very sorry, but have not a sinI companies In operation, covering thought came to me, ah, how grand it gle long key on my ring. My lock ono of thoso clocks fixed don't caro if it costs ono hundred 1,011 miles of track and using 2,.'51G is to bi honest. The negroes of the takes a very short, key.' Ho scorned greatly disconcerted, but replied If you were any kind of a cars. dollars. so great has been the county are honest, though they have very mildly: 'Pardon mo for having man you would have attended to it multiplication of lines that thero are no money. Our whites are as A. bothered you.' I mumbled somelong ngo." more t'.ian 7,000 miles of electric Johnson said July 4, 1S62: "We love thing about regretting my inability no use doing that," ho re- street railroads. "It's Three years ago turned. "I'm going to get an alarm the mileage of horse roads was 5,713; our Government and therefore let the to aid him, opened my own door and negro go." Although we get a stray passed in. clock of electric roads, 1,011; of steam "After reaching my npartmentl "What do you want an alarm roads, 554, and of cablo roads, 527. shell thrown at us through the press clock for?" she asked. "You've never Now tho electric roads lead all but we generally scud them back with gently opened the front window and looked out. Thero he stood, rattling been late to your work." the same velocity in which they the door. That didn't look burglariothers. Mechanical News. "I want an alarm clock, Mrs. come. The negroes of Hartford are ous, but still it scorned to mo that Henry Ellsworth Perkins," ho Belied His Looks. moving onward, upward very slow he might have aroused tho inmates said impressively, "so that I can I "That's a fine, solid baby of yours, but sure. We are going to have a if ho had been moro vigorous!. get all the sleep that is duo me. I am going to put it at the head of the Newpah," said a friend who was ad- Select Spring School, taught by Miss closed tho window und went to bed, miring tho first baby. but all night long I was worried T. Lewis, of Ohio, and the Rev, Fishb'ed, and I am going to have it dis"Do you think he's solid?" asked er is going to teach a class of music about him. At ono moment I was tinctly understood that whoever tells filled witli regret nt my suspicions, "It and art, so you see we are coining. mo it is timo to get up before that Newpah, rather disconsolately. and was half Inclined to get up and alarm clock goes off is going to get seems to ino as If he was all holler." Coi.oui:i) Voriut. Demorcst's Magazine. make good my discourtesy; tho next into serious trouble. That alarm I was filled with horrible fears. Supclock is going to bo tho oracle of this pose ho was what I had imagined, lluelit'Iot". house on tho subject of getting up, and had managed to enter my house, T. 1), IN WOMANKIND. and it is going to bo dangerous would ha not tako rovengo on 1110? I There is certainly nothing like befor any one to try to steal a march wus in that condition of mental toron it or dispute its word. Do I ing a bachelor. One can easily secure por, when part of the mind activo make myself clear, Mrs. Perkins?" board and "bachelor, flats" can be so und tho rest Is lulled in sleep. I had He did. He made himself so clear ftee from responsibility; can have so AFTEIt "'THE amp energy to got that she went over to tho other sido much and be giving no "hostage to or In couvnleaccnco from pneumonia, fevers, not tho will to dismiss up nor tho tho subject your quickest power of or other ikliilltatln;; of tho room and sat down with her fortune. "Even the christain leligion way to get Uoh nml sdreiixth Is with Doctor and go to sleep. I hope I won't pass back to him, and for nearly an hour Pierce's Uohlui MeUical Discovery, That I they sat, silent and solemn, waiting is helping on the movement. hear of gives nuiity to your Moral, plumpness to many such nights. 1 haven't seen church in Southern Ohio which your body, and puts eiry unction Into that man since, but if ho or anybody for breakfast. And it is very trying a order. wants a bachelor as rector, and means iwrTcct w 01 Mug uatiiial It makesofthoroughly else asks tho loan of my key at ono to quarrel on an empty stomach means cUVctivu every repairing to insist upon the bachelorhood. It is and nout Willis your Bystem. For pale, o'clock In the morning again, either very trying indeed. puny, scrofulous chil lien, ojoclaHy, nothing 1 or that somebody will got licked." But ho got the clock. He brought true that church has had an overdose approaches It. It liuilds up completely their N. Y. Sun. It home in triumph that night, and of ministerial wives and large faniilKs, llesh, tilth' stu'ii,'tli, and their health. is Tho bcrved notice on his wifo that he, lias been called upon to do, and do blood "Discovery" In tho only guaranteed tho most stubborn medicinu. Electric Lights In Korea. and ho alone, was to bo tho manipulScalp Diseases, and overdo, in "helping out" the Scrofulous, Skin or en cry kindred Eczema, Suit i Ileum, ami ailment, This Is a progressive The ator of it. Xo one else was to touch numerous demands upon the rector's If it doesn't boncllt or euro, you havo your liini of Korea has purchased an elecit, and it was to bo the sole authormoney buck. tric litfht plant in this country, ity on tho time to get up. Then ho purse for little sln.es, and cloaks, and No matter how bad your case, Dr. Hugo's bet it, and barring the fact that by a lints, but to place a condition of Remedy w ill je rinuaeiiUy euro your Catarrh. which will havo 3,000 incandescent lamps, and will illuminate tho I; lug's blip ho set it for six thirty when ho bachelorhood upon the acceptance of palace and grounds. The people of intended it for ten minutes to seven a call to that Parish well, that is inthis cr.i.r.iiHATr.n utii.itv rtai.mon tills far Off country, thoso at least it worked to a charm. deed extreme. who surround tho throne, can no "Hut that's all right," ho told his No man can be developed fully inwife. "I'm not quite used to it yet, to a good minister'or layman, unless longer bo spoken of as "sitting in but I'll have it just right darkness." he has the experience ot common hu"You had better put it up on the manity Of old, the young physician At Home. mantel where it will bo out of tho was not considered fit to enter active Having had nu excelUntseason"on practice until he had a wife and could way," sho suggested, but ho told g the road" with my splendid her that hu was running that clock, thus command the sympathies and outfit I have nov establishand to prove it ho left it on a llttlo confidence of the mothers of the comed my gallery permanently tit my tabic by tho bed where it was within munity I cannot see why it should be new hotiic in Heaver Dam, Ky., where I am fully equipped for doing all easy reach of tho children. so with any man whose business Cabikinds of photographic work. That's why ho was awakened about brings him into sympathy with othInstantanenet photo'o a specialty. one o'clock tho follow ing night. Ho ers that is needed by a good minister Call ous photographs of children. hud sot it in tho morning and simply unto souls, the servant of the Lord and see my work. Very truly. HERCULES! wound it up at night, and he hud A. D. Taylor. Will stand the present season, benot noticed that tho children had indeed, ginning March 12, 1894, at Herschel A man looks at children carelesslj, been playing with tho hand on tho Mondays and Tuesdays; at ulurm dial. Ho had his doubts about scoflingly, until he has children of his Porter's Store Wednesdays Haven's and ThursCULTLmTLm it's being tho children's worl?, any- own. Then a new universe is opened days; at Rosine Fridays and Saturway, and his manner did not show to him. He may have been a fair sort days, and will be permitted to serve thst confldenpo in his wifo that n of man up to the time when his first mares at?8 to insure ncolt to stand up & man ought to have. Still, ho could born arrives', but small in soul and nml suck; $7 to insure a1 marc with not prove anything, so ho put it up- body is he, if new aspiration do not foal, money due when the fact is ascertained or mare transfeired; $5 by on tho mantle and for thrco days it Hie season; $3 single leap. Care will worked ton churm. Then ono morn- come to him at this nioiucit. If he mibsesthis new baptism, what be taken to prevent accidents, but will The ing thero was a slip somewhere Leading Fhotograplier. not Tho alarm bounded,, tho, is to take place? lie is free, yes, free We be responsible should any occur. again. will given premium of season to with lonesome freedom of the one best colt, clock indicated that it was ten min?ictnres lo Ewy Stjh and Site, who died alone yesterday, the nurse utes to seven and ho got up und J. W. Wilson, Rosine, Ivy. dressing. himself hastily. He having gone out on a drunken orgic Qf'01d Pictures Copied nnd Enlarged was nearly ready for breakfast free to be filched front and scoffed A SPECIALTY. . when ho noticed his wifo lazily at and derided by the vultures he must JtctiraTffla J'ci'nona Anilthoie troubled nltli nervousness rcmltln watching him from tho bed. Main Street. 108J hire to make life endurable. A slave irom caro or ocrwork will Lo relieved ry taking "Aren't you going to got up?" iio o caprice, to his own means, a whim Jlrown'n Iron liUters, aenuln 37m0 OWENSBOEO, H) I rude mnm auJ crusted Hartford Republican "Not yet, dear," sho replied, sweetly. Then n horrible fear seized htm. "In that clock wrong?" he asked. 'I think not," sho replied, yawning; "but you know this is Sunday and wo don't have breakfast until dci-er- Ayer's Pills THE BEST r Family Medicine CURE Sick Headache, CONSTIPATION, 111 n, Collars cuffs. (77, , 1 1 4 Dyspepsia, Liven Troubles. IZatf to Tnlcc. Purely Tho dclleato Ycgctalilfc of 1 pi hidlng-plnc- Mt Uvmi .1 m sugar-coMIn- g Ajrr'n y rills illssoh 03 Immediately on reacliliii! tho stomach, and permits tho full streiiRtli of each Ingredient to bo speedily assimilated. or ns a As a cathartic, either for family medicine, .Ijcr'j rtlts nro tho best in tho world. TrepMeJby Dr, J. 0. Ayer & Co,, Lowell, Mm. 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I)miKln mluml lirlto. r rn)!m lia.llirm with111" Imnprit on ferjgj.rfc,. . . -- . iW Y, uninn milium, pin mm uown iiiarrauu. . Tin: liKi'l'iu.K'AX and the Wn-klwill he cent one year l to any addre.-- s f ir Sl.To Mait-fon- i, Address Tin: KiirTiii.iiws, Ky. I R'S 10. i fitting, gtc W. L. DOUCLAS Shoes arc stllli, easy Try one nml nml ticbetter pair e.tlUt.ictlon at the piloc mUcitUci! than nny o'llier tn.iVe. Tho stamping of W. I.. Doula' name nml price on the bottom, which C.aranlccs their .tlc, s.ic tluiiis.nuN of loll.it s mutually to thofc n!io wear them. I.. Dmiyh Mux's gain customers, which helps to Ujslers who pnli the. .iio ( incr.'.tte the i.ilt.' on tlielr full Hue of join's. ii,ry rmi iiitunt i rl nt n lrs profit) -! r r.Milwrnr f Itin iDonry hv liming lit! lic!.Vt Ml . Cat.ilotuo fro uuh uillrntloai, W. IXHMIl.AH, ttrod-ta- j, alr.lrr ultui'. Mua. l..U con-lncc..ol-jW- J LKEYE PILE P. RENPROW. Sulphur Springs, Ky. INTMENT CURES HOTHING BUT PILES. A ATTENTIOM FARMEBSI SURE nnd CERTAIN CURE hnovvn for IS years ns tho BES7 REMEDY FOR PILES, i.oirta ij I'lcinnnsot Mrpicnr. to., rt. uiru A Z2T II you. - to dbtlit STJLKBV - PLOW,-7sr txi.t if OR A DISK "STOtjl IIAIIROW r Want a, Oia.ltlT7-,-tooxr cinytlxiias Itol tlx ' lfevEADEMffiSf cxivrlnneo tn the latent tnltirw. CiuDmuiilra. tlniMMhctlrcnnilrtriiiuL A rormvion conn minx I'ntPil llniiilliouliurin. ami Uow 10 tain tliora ent I rw. Alo 11 cataloKUO 0( '""-"- " ot. leal nn.i fdeiilltlo ok wm itec ..la.u.n"..,lk.cnL,'iro,"!l M'""1 & Co. recclro 'racial notlcvm tho 11. and tliu nro broniiht vrldelr without cunt to tho inventor. tvrnroihi' mt.llonicer. TIMs n.lei.illd motweeklT.eie!:antlriIlutratel ha. I, rim-thlan.vt circulation of nny tocntinc work In tho ( 'l'.',:,?'1 VAtltlun, Mtinio o"rioeiitirc llulldliut A ) tfluglo montlilr. f.'-'rnniev.M ccma. Kvorrnurihcr columns platiw. In colors, nnn t lictrwraphs of new Iiou.m, w th plarn, ciinbllnn IuIMim to i.h(m ttio Is'';'. il,t-i-i end ccuro contractu. AiMrc MLTiN CO, Siw Voiili, atil UuuJtuuAT. COPYRIGHTS. A I'lTIATf ror a WUl ".i"" '! Jn brnc-- t mirni.wtito to v ail JwuV CA . I OIITAIN 01 at i&ii g y mm umhv Wood-worker- e. X023L't CLJ. tO lD"ULy tl3LX13L Of , to-da- 2337 1.. Ql'lJIl.T. To-da- m i"? 9 m WfVhHw a mm .r3r:M,nun, L.'fS fl 1- to-da- WHITE'S fiMfiltn. Has led nil Worm Remedies. lie a im dp General Blacksmith and J. D. WILLIAMS, 33vxr:r Dam, ESisr. VMiiEME FOR 20 YEARS EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. SOL,i: KVKJtYWHKHK. Trttut. ir rtnuBr.'.o1! attitiM 01.. r.T. torts. Surprise Washing Machine, Steel Single Trees and Iloes. NEW TORK WEE KLY -- OS. LARS mailo easily nml lionorubly, v, Ithont capital, diirlni; j our spare hour.. Any linn w (iinan, hoy, or kIi can do tho wm k h.imU Tnll;in lly, ,'llhont o.xpcrlunci.'. Nothlni; lll:c It for rillcreil heforc. Oitmoikcra Xo time wanted In tlways projitr. learning the linMlie. Wo teach oit In t n nlyht liow to .succeed from tho hour. Von cm, mnko n tri d without Wo Mart yon, nun Wi yonr-el- f. cverythlnj,' needed to carry on the htisl-ni'Micccssfully, nnd friiuinntco you nualnst fulhlro If jou lint follow our Header, If bliliplc, plain Instiiictions. jou nic In netd of ready money, nnd want to know till ithout the beat paying business befuru tliu piihlle, send us your (uldrcs.s, nnd no will mull you n ducu-megllng you all the partletihird. 1 lli-ssi tit TRSIUIE AND- PER MONTH In Your Own Locality 1 inoncy-makingc- vi msma m mt "JV',Jr'T" Mflnnfl pj Ti t i iii iii V - l 4. t .1 t i T ! I. li rr V"1 w f' t' TJ 1 $1.25 ONE YEAR isL Advance-Addres- s all orders to -- ac TRUE & CO., Box 400, IIAIlTFOiUJ UKPUIUAGAN, Hartford, 'Kentucky Augusta, Maine. r.B.' .tjTum' .u.. c. )riT"iar3i m Mw:&jr5& m liffiliifiiisai i i photo-graphin- 03M U& JteitUr, bo-pa- n We are manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal directly with he consumer, thus saving him the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices ar e i es& Respectfully, onabie, and ve guarantee satisfaction. ITon Urill Xiils.e. Ky. . C F. A. AMES A CO. Owentboro, Kilin'in :- - 1 bu xvi lines 00 wrappo'. mvaHaeezBtftlsC' J -- SSK? C"hXUU..'k" P5Sf wi""1""""" II Im