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Years ago, when thoy both wero young, he had "paid atWynkoop tiiul How Ho Proposod to Frlscllla tention" to hail been graciously received. Then Wynkoop. She" did not his mother Interfered. "Wot yo Rotn' do now, Dan'el?" wish him to marry, and he was deSain Norton nskctl. Ho leaned for- pendent upon her. Perhaps tho disward as ho s)oke uud peered up Into appointment embittered him; at any rate, he had long been content with tho other's faco with little, tiyink-HiiiiKiulsitlvo eyes. aMSs his life ui)oii tills lonely farm, remote It was r. dull and hopeless TCLn.' from most of His kind, and had no her night. A heavy jjniy sRminir desire for a change. Hut, since Sam low above them. Ruin Ml, from time had put what he mentally stigmato time, in spiteful spurts upon tho tized as that "blamed Idee" into his sodden leaves through which their head, he considered with sudden horses iiuulo their way down tho pleasure the possibility of winning Wilson was l'riscilla for something more than long hill road, not used to driving iu a covered car- housekeeper or general manager. It riage, nor to sit ting by himself behind was tho wooing that "counted." He thought it over while sotting closed doors whilosouio one else held the reins, but It was considered u out his lonely supply of strong tea proper marl: of respect to Sarah and the pumpkin pie that had been Ann. Ho must hlro a livery team sent In. While ho munched he rumfor tho funeral; Sam Norton had inated. What did men say, and how did told him so, and had further hinted that it would bo but decent to invito they act? Ilo could not make a bartho speaker to it seat beside him. gain with Priscllla as though ho were "Yo know mo V her was connected buying her Jersey cow. "Mils' bo some dumb nonsense 'r by marriago," was his plea. 'nother," ho grimly concluded. "How The principal mourner had consented, although he did not like Sam does it go?" After "clearing away," he seated Norton; ho thought ho was spiteful. Tills was the first speech Sam had himself drearily over the kitchen stove to await his early bedtime. A made since the hearse and Its followbook lay on the shelf, ing turned away from the country paper-coverecemetery, and It did not serve to lie picked it up Idly it had been lighten the gloom In which the be- Sarah Ann's and opoucd it at random. It was a conventional paperreaved man was plunged. "I do' know," ho said ?lully, backed love tale by "The Duchess." Eight o'clock struck, and nine and shaking his head covered with an unusual best hat; "seems if I'm all ten. Still Farmer Wilson pored over his book, holding It closely to his lost 'thout Sarah Ann." face and breathing heav"She kep' house fer ye a number ily over tho unfamiliar words. Mido' years." At one o'clock he laid I night came. "Twenty-five- , come Chris'mus. ain't never knowh wot 'twas t' bo down the bulky volume with a stentorian sigh, lie knew how tho nonalone before sence ma died." "It was handy," Sam conceded, "f sense went. All thorestof that feverish, have her man taken away jest before night, throughout Looked most proviyour mother. dential, didn't it? Yo won't llnd no broken and feverish slumbers, ran bceh man'ger as she was in one such pluuscs as these: "O, my beauwhile ag'lu, I tell ye. Wot n churn-i- tiful darling, you will not be so crushe e'd dol An' she always kep' el," "You must see how madly I Ye'll find out love you," "Remember how desolate yo lookin' po good. Your collar's my life has been." The last sentence tli diU'runce now. beginnin' t' fray. I seen It w'lle we tangled Itself In his memory. "That's true," said tho wretched was bendin' over for th' las' prayer. aloud,- "cf-uth' rest-is-Ye'll .soon seu your clo'es golii' t' maii-onepack o' lies." pieces." The next day he set himself doglie smiled toothlessly and with gedly to learn his lesson. Over and what appvuvd to be u keen enjoyover tho words wero conned. Ho ment of the situation. Daniel was goaded by it Into an went about with the book In his assumption of confidence that ho hand, or lumbered heavily back to' was far from feeling: "I calc'late t' it from whatever clo liis work hire," he said, coldly. "Of course I might be. In fact, ho dared not know no one can't do like n man's think of anything else save the task own sister, an' I x'posc it'll cost like laid out before him, for fear that his Jehu. Hut I've got money 'null. purpose might falter before the dim Impression haunting him throughTuln't that." ' Land alive," expostulated Sam, out tha,t he wa3 a fool. He dressed himself carefully, grinning afresh, "ef ye ain't greeul D'ye s'pose any nicv woman' Vd after an early supper, and marched come t' do fer ye, a ba?helor liviu' out of the door and down tho road. Priscllla Wynkoop's little, nil alone? I sh'd think Sarah Ann'd cottage stood closo to tho remarked on that before she passed iiighway. Daniel, his lips moving u way." took worse so sudden," iu ceaseless reiteration, knocked "She was Ho faltered her brother, "we hadn't no tremulously upon tho door. chance t' make plans. 1 never give heard steps coming toward him. it a thought, myself. Don't yo Ho felt all hands and feet. There think L'riscillv Wynkoop she's real was a sufibeatlug lump in his f d fiun-burne- d n' - u old- -" R.T.G.'MATrHEWS, 1'atH. Sam shook his head decidedly: "They're th' worst kind, them olo maids. No, lr, they ain't a decent woman In th' town o' Hunter wot d do it," "Then wot shall I do?" desper- throat. A tall, spare spinster drew tho door cautiously ajar and gazed out Into tho gloom through her spectacles. ' "Good ev'nin'," her visitor blurted "O, out in a loud, agitated voice. my beautiful darling, you know you must sec how madly I love you, and and remember how desolate my life has been." Miss Wynkoop held a hand-lam- p Sho stretched out iu one nrm. brought It closer to stare into his faco by Its aid. "Remember how desolate," Daniel Dis't Agt., Louitqillc, Ivy. E. W.LaBEAUME, G. I'. & Tkt. Agt., St. Louis, Mo. J. A. EDSON, Gen'l Supt., Texarkana, T'x. ately. "(Jit married." Thcgrin widened. Daniel shook his best hat again: "No, sir," ho said. "None o that fer mo." "Beggars can't be choosers," Sam declared. "Ye've got o do It." "You ain't." "Well, I'm difT'runt," with a complacency that was maddening to tho unfortunate man beside him. "I ain't got a farm t' run. I kin board, 'n' look after th' storo daytimes. That's all right. Only, ye see, you're sltuuted so unhandily, ye've got t Now, have a good man'ger 'round. th' question is, who Is sho? I've b'en study In' It up consld'ablc." "O, ye have," growled Daniel, not appeased by this show of Interest. "Who've ye pitched on?" "Wal, there's tho Widdor Sal's-bry-" JOHN ECHOLS, ST. JOHN HOY I Keiicivers. C. 0. & S. W. R, R. EVANSVILLE, (The Mistissippi Valley Koute.) . TO LOUISVILLE, CIN. ANDALLPOINS EAST. TO repeated. Miss Priscllla put up her frco hand to rub her forehead. Was ho drunk, or crnzy, or making fun of her? Ho saw the gesture and interpreted It aright. "Durn th' hull dumb thing," ho "I'm jest I suddenly broko out. feel sakes, how loncsomo I bol" "Dan'l," said Miss Wynkoop, eying him closely, but speaking In a quiet voice, "do yo want I sh'd mar- ry you?" Memphis, Vickshurg, TO New Or AND ALL POINTS SOUTH. "Wal, Lyddy Ijttcr,thcn " "A llttlo withered ' old woman Chicago, Cairo, St- Louis, with a wig. Ain't yo got no sense, AND ALL POINTS NORTH Samyell?" AND WEST. "Wal, there nin't so many likejy wlmmen golu'. Yo're tprrlble part Connecting at Memphis with through tlculur fer anybody so hurd put. How 'bout Prlucllly Wynkoop?" trains to all points iu Daniel was. glad that they wero Ho driving Into his own dooryard .sprang hurriedly out, slammed tho clumsy fingers and did ' Rates, Tickets, and nil information door with his not answer Sam. There was no inwill bo furnished on application to vitation to enter tho desolate house, How Homer Camo to Paint. your uearctt ticket ngcut. drove uway. "Ye'd better be glttln' about yer Wlnslow Homer, tho painter, was T. B. LYNOH, courtln', whoovcr It Is," he called a designer and morely took up paintG. P. A., Doulsville. Ky. back, leering from tho carriago ing as a kind of sido recreation. In window. time his recreation becntno a pro Daniel went upstairs to don his fession, and ho is considered a genius. STOPPEl overalls, and sot nbout his chores ; Ho has regular features, closely-croppe- d "Durn it all," he for tho night. hair, is tall and thin, and mmttnm lattMi SrAoifaiQI muttered, as ho milked tho cow, "I .suggests tho poot in his general W'vnuwjnfi!lm!ia7SSVS There are few paintprs do know how t' go t' work; I ain't IIktillI no hand with wlmmen." more popular uud who create less Tntlfaa ul f M toil. Of a tldpt'lmn. It was the manner only that puz- jealousy among professional brethsr;twyft?Aq;?C?& .n. wi i. bu Anai..rBiiAai zled him now. Ho had decided upon ren, Deal's an adder, 'n' weighs nigh onto three hundred pounds. I'm much obliged t' yol" "I iiius' say I Arkansas and Texas head, "I do." Sho stood asido for him to pass. "Come in," shesald. "I was jes sot-tldown t' supper. It'll bo nlco 'n' cozy t' havo comp'ny 'n' I'vo got somo cold pork 'n' beans." Sho led tho way to tho kitchen. He followed with heart as light as his footfall was heavy. "Take a scat 'n' draw up," said Miss Wynkoop, hospitably. "How ,50 mus' miss Sarah Ann." "Yes." Ho sank Into a chair. "Them beans '11 relish." And go they wero engaged. Ruth Hall, In Kato Field's Washington. n' "Yes, Priscilly," wiping his fore- ftiid-Samu- ITS mtt . !:. mwrtHuivr .(53 i. would be priciycly K?46.6i, even if assessed upon one man, sc'cjusiardly sufficient to overwhelm C. AIinOTT, IN 1'ofcKl'OIt'r lOl'UN'A',. anybody with shame and indignation. Passengers on railioads in Texas As sung by n Dainosntic choir. 1 have frequently been assessed by quite rcvonitihlc persons with guns What a friend we have in Orovcr. All our kfeks and'eufis to bear; for sums1 ''!';h as $50 nud insterd What a privilege to'givehim helmed with sliriuc of being o Of our praise the 'largest share. It ivc thought, themforfeit, and indignation Oh, what peace we've had to selves lucky iu getting off so cheaply. Oh, what needlcss.pntn we hear, All because we do not give him Jlut Constantine himself would only wcjiad to spare. have to blccd.to, the extent of of a cent in the general adArc we weak a nil lull of blunders, justment to "contribute to the magCumbered witKa Ibad of sin; nificence of Washington." Some perIf we put our trust in Grover, He will surely'take us in." sons would pay that nuiou,t cheerT)o the Unds despise, forsake us, fully, and take great satisfaction afLet's hang on with grim despair, terward when exiblting the town to Let us give to glorious Grovci(?) strangers iu saying: "I myself con'everything weflinve to spare. M tributed something like a thirtieth of Have we trials nmljcmptalions? a cent to all this magnificence." Conwhere? Is there tioiil!t$J'ery stantine is not that kind. He will Let's go over to !jSj.vnlif not tamely submit to btiiij bled, just We can findjMi'rscotlierc. - "for Uic' sake of being able to say If for dollar rfie.ltfffi'57rtt t Us that Half they promised, filty cents, he contributed a thirtieth partofacent We should never be discouraged, to the magnificence of live Capital. It may learn us belter sense. And so he is "overwhelmed with shame and indignation " If our friends despise, forsake us, And have made oi us a dupe, The casuil tourist in the gallery We can live on our "tin roosters," was no doubt profoundly impressed And n.plate of "our free soup," with this exhibition of emotioi Hut Aic we tired and heavy ladciied how must that impression have been With our load of "Wilson hill," Never mind, we'll be rewarded, deepened at learning that the market If we don't old ("rover will. values ot these overwhcliuings was thirty for one cent. If they stop our pensions for us, They but do it as a joke; We should never ask a question, "What's in a name?" We'd, that Leave it all to darling "Hoke," depends. For instance, the name of Let us stick to the party, is sufficient guarantee that (Though there are no reasons why) "Aycrs" Ayer's Saisaparilla is a genuine, And, although we've been bumfoo.kd, and not a scientific Let's be Democrats or die. sham, like so much that goes by the Then let us be up and doing, name of "Sars.ap.arilla." Ayer's Sarsa-parill- a With a heart for any fate; is the standard. Still a thieving, still undoing, Learn to labor anJ to wait, Wait till Grover lakes the country, Iienl-icl- '' JiiHllr. The whole compoodlc, eveiy thing i.oisvir.i.1 rosT. Then old 'Uncle Sam" we'll bury, The Interior Journal of Stanford And we'll crown our Grover king. says: "Juries are the same everywhere iu Thlrlj- - liirn Con!. Kentucky. Referring to the recent N. Y. TKIIlU.NK. or sentences here of two years for murHad Mncaulcy's any other casual tourist sat iu the der and three years for stealing, the House gallery on Friday, he would Winchester Siti says that at the last doubtless have broken out at one term of the CiicuitCourt a white man, stage of the proceedings with the eag- who had shot a boy with intent to who had waylaid er inquiry: "What is.lhal? and what kill, and another neighboralmost to death, is the matter with it?" And the in- and beaten a telligent guide would have Inforiiicl were let off with light fines of 50 each, while an old negro man, who himithat it was Constantine 15. had tried to steal a few chickens and of the psriol, a statesaian landed in jail with several ounces of emoiu a manner bird shot in his anatomy, was sent to tional and smnewhat sloshin' the penitentiary for two years." a district of Texas; and that (the nutThis is a striking contrast, and exter with him was that he was just then hibits in an instructive way the jusso comundergoing the experience statesmen of tice inflctied by law, mon among high-clas- s Nor are these instances rare; they the South and Southwest of being be matched in every quarter of with shame and in- can "overwhelmed the State. At a recent term of the dignation." These "whelms" have Court in Louisville a negro was senbeen epidemic in the Southwest for for snatching a Sometimes they over- tenced to prison several years. pocketbook. Yet last week Norton, take a whole community at oacc, and who, in a drunken fit of anger, had the community rises up and burns a killed a man, was let off with one "nigger" over a slow fire. This seems year in jail and a fine of Ji.ooo to be the only thing that furnishes Injustice is bad enough when it is relief. They feci better after it. the act of one man inflicted on auoth-- , When shame and indignation overer. take a statesman, singly and alone, It is worse still when, iu violation so and away from home, without of law, it is inflicted by a mob. at hand to set much as a "uij-ger- " lint nil this is as nothing compared fire to, they usually begin overto the injustice which the law inflicts whelming hi m by catching him in with nil due solemnity and formality. The maxillary muscles the neck. It is not the work of the juries. The and the epiglottis are immediately afjuries are selected from thcpeoplenud fected and the mouth flics open. fairly represent each community. What follows is sometimes appalling When juries fail pesistently to do justo the spectator, but is entirely harm- tice, when their verdicts exhibit such vicless and affords great relief to the contrasts as these to which we have tim. referred, we must admit that public Constantine had one of these whelms judgement is warped nud the public, on Friday. It came suddenly, so to conscience is hardened. speak, like lightning out of a clear The situation iu Kentucky is more sky, or hiccoughs to a man' who has serious than one imagines for the District of not been drinking. The cause of the failure of justice lies Columbia Appropriations bill was un, deeper limn we nre ready to admit. der discussion. The impression pre-are tolerant of crime because vails among the taxpayers of Wash- Juries the' people are tolerant. Judges are ington that as sonic of the municipal because the people are indifexpenditures are for the benefit of the lenient inafiectivc large, the Federal Govern- ferent. Prosecutions are country nt because: public opinion is afflicted ment should contribute to defray with scnlimeutalism and looks on them. Take sewers, for instance; the as an unfoitunate victim expended to perfect the sys- the criminal money of circumstances rather than n respontem and keep them in order is for sible being. the benefit of the whole N.Uluii; it And so the awful crime of murder and the rest of keeps Constantine is not adequately and swiftly punishthem from getting filled up with ed, while we "even up" things by sewer gas, which they would proceed excessive punishment "The "Congressional subjecting to to blow into the petty violators of the law. Record," to be subsequently exhaled But Constanover the whole land. object tine and his to fooling away the money of the Nation on Washington sewers, or in fact upon anything else intended to make the Capital beautiful or wholesome. It was while himself to this subject that ".shame and indigiiation"cauht "I am Constantine in the neck. JbU-Sfindignaoverwhelmd with tion," said Constantine, "when I think how the people of my district must be bled to contribute to the magnificence of Washington." To a stranger in the gallery the spectacle POK THE CUBE OF of Constantine llucklcy Kilgorcstand-in- g Catarrh, Scrofula, Bolls, Eczema, up iu the United States Congress, Carbuncles, Soros, quivering all over on account of the And all Other Skin Diseases. shame and indignatidn which overrqUALLV EFFECTIVE IX whelmed him at the thought that he Rheumatism, Dyspepsia, Nervous Debility, and his constituents must be bled to and all complaints originating In contribute to the magnificence of Washington, must havo ssjiucd nt once interesting and pathetic. The stranger must have been still Mat cured other, will cure you. more struck by it when he learned that to the extent to which Constantino's constituents the whole 133,-oo- o NvttmltHa Vcraonn of them must be bled if they Amltlioi troubled Willi ncrvoiinieM rciulllni Iroia care or overwork will lie rclluvod I jr UKlu; contributed their just porpoitiou to Itroivn' Jnm Jllttevtt. acuuin the entire appropriation to the Dis bu I niJc mark Mi'1 crcwoil ril Unci oii wroppof. what x' ntir.ryn mioyi:if mi: Coygfhs and Coids are signs of weakness. Don't wait until you are weaker and nearer Consumption. Begin at once with Scott's Emulsion usaeK3s of Cod-live- r It strengthens the Lungs, cures Coughs and Colds, and builds up the system. Pij'sicians, the world over, endorse it. EMULSION. and soda. Oil, with hypophosphites of lime Wastlnt' Dlsoas93 of Children aro speedily cured by SCOTT'S It stops waste and makes children fat ana healthy. Propsretl liy Scott A Bowno, N. Y. Drugglats sell It. A blood-purifie- r, Kil-gor- e, large-hearte- GUPPLIES FOR WARSHIPS. How Undo Sam's Vessels and Their Crows Aro Fitted Out. Furniture and supplies for Undo Sam's new war vessels cost u mint of money. To fit out one of tho ships for a cruiso is a bigger job hotel. than equipping a first-clas- s Hero is a flouting fortress, as long as two city blocks, with all modern conveniences nnd complete restaurant facilities, lighted throughout by electricity a gigantic fighting machine and military barracks combined. Ilcr stijcl walls, bristlitig with guns, shelter a small army of men. The Now York, for example, has n crew numbering loo, besides 10 marines and 1 1 officers. To feed them all for a twelvemonth, at tho government's rato of allowance, costs $00,000. On going Into commission such a ship must be furnished throughout, from tho kitchen, which is ns complete us that of a great city hostelry, to the captain's cabin. She carries largo stocks of stationery, hard-war- o and apothecaries' goods, and is provided with tools for nil sorts of trades. Everything couccivnble that may bo needed for purposes of war nnd peace is supplied, because on tho high seas no shops or factories arc accessible. Usually the vessel Is provisioned for only three months, because there is no room to stow more. Tho rations nro purchased by the navy department and comprise such necessities as hard bread, corn meal, oatmeal, hominy, flour, salt pork, beans, pease, rice, preserved meats, butter, coffee and tea. Every man iu the navy, from tho last boy shipped up to tho admiral, has an ulloivnnco of thirty cents a day for rations, which ho may draw either in food or in money- - The paymaster of a ship has chargo of all tho provisions, which are dealt out by his "yeoman," who is in turn ast. Tho persisted by the son lust named attends to. opening tho barrels and packages. Coffee and sugar aro served out once In ten days, flour every four days and meats dally. While In port fresh provisions aro furnished, each man receiving one pound of fresh bread, pounds of fresh ono and meat and ono pound of fresh vegetables per diem. Those take tho placoof thoordinary rations, oqly tea and cofTeo being provided in addition. Tho allowanco Is at all times so liberal that tho enlisted men cannot possibly consume tho whole of It, so they' take part of It In cash. Philadelphia Times. 1 jack-o'-dusone-quart- on tho thumb, cruohesUand tho nail turns black and comes off The thumb swells and is poulticed and tho man lays p." Now look nt another case. Tho thumb was smashed just th I t 1111 1 samo but the man I was not laid up an " I hour! Ilo had a bottlo of Dr. Fcaner'a Golden Relief. Ho poured some into a cup and dipped his thumb in it as soon as hurt. It is now covered with a thin piece of cloth and kept wet with tho Relief. lie works as usual. It Is not sore though yet raw. It has not swelled. No matter will form. Ilo will work with it right along and in a day or two it will bo well. Inflammation cannot exist whero it is applied, any more than tho morning dew can contlnuo under tho bright sun rays. Used extcrnallyandintcrnally and cures colic, summer complaints, flux, dyspepsia, etc., etc., also 6 drops on a small lump of sugar once in two hours cures soro throat and consumption. In fact it cures any disease that has Inflamma-.tio- n in it. Ono tablespoonful doso cures La Grippe, finer tlitappoints. Safe and certain. Money refunded if satisfaction not given. Take a battle homo r. j5y Attouuithaham-rnt- v iL to-da- PKOFESSIONAL 11, N. C'leiin, CARD. J.N.H. Wcildliiir. LAWYERS, HARTFORD, KY. (Office, oTer Atnlcron' GLENN & WEDDING, Bazaar.) Will practice their profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given to criminal practice and collections. Tames j.. 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Conimunlra- eipcriencaluthn rAtent' Hun. .tilctlr toTiH.li' ntml. A lliiiidliAokot Information conatrntw; I'litnutM ana bow to obtain then) aunt Itvu. Alto n catalogua of mocha-Ic- ul ana nclentllla b"Oka vent treo. 1'utrnts taken thiotntti Mulin & Co. reoclTO pedal notlcoln tuo Ivlolillllo Auiciirtiu. anil tlnu aro broimtt nhlclr before ttoe publlo without awt to tho ItiTcntar, Ihls aplcnJld pawr. If uc J wooklr, elctwuir llluctn.tel. bu t in tlio fcuve.t circulation of anr rcientiac work In tin, woritU CI a roar. btit.iiio oonU1 aei.t f re. BMihw IMitloo. nionitilr. tiMu year, glnxlu copies, '. cent.. I'rery number contain beuu-tlf- ul plates, tn color., mul nhntotirniitia of new nniisea, with plana, cimbllntt liullilerj to almw tliu lati-K- t ili'U'ii ami aorurn contructa. Aditrma 11UMN li CO- - ttMir VUIIK, atil JIUUAiitrAY. CA rI COPYRIGHTS. , DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Ts propared to de all kinds of Dental work at reasonable prices. n If Rift r"A'll W" litJrRtH 07 IL. W and r i31 Jeurvil ut homo h n , 7 I tieularsacntrRfcaV iMWCiWhllthillS. ,UU.WOOI.I,EY.M.1V w.,m.m-a- ft. S?SJ5J&'4E,a V TftimJiA-&- ta ; LU D3 "(o dress well is more theresal'i of good judgment than the mere lavish of money." CO r K M STOCK OF SPnlNti DRESS GOODS Experience and close relation with the manufacturers enable us to present this season a line of dress good's ""Unapproachable in Style, Quality and Price." By the .22(1 our counters and shelves will be filled with the best and freshest that can be had. Also a big stock of Clothing, Shoes, Oxford Ties, Notions and Neckwear. And in con- nection we carry a full line of Groceries and Furniture. We have also added to our. stock a carload of the Celebrated Globe Fertilizer. ra fa Is adapted to fill the wants of those who, having slender incomes, still desire to make their appearance creditable. 3 0 u iiiWiXXa t o P Miss Hallie Wright, ol Roseville, is ix Tilt: .inainr si'iii.xjtimc. Miss Emma Kelley, of OcarWiclil what pretended to be ft grocery, but different counties, and lor payment QVAHTElih Y HE POUT visiting Miss Tir.cy Harrison. ol teacher by the Superintendent of visited friends nt Coaling Station Sat- what whs nothing more nor less than OF THE outt,. cou,i:c.i: Mr. Phi. lip Smith and wife, Folds-ville- , urday ami Sunday. county in which they ate taught. rOBLISHUD EVK1JY F1UOAY MOKX1XU a liliutl tiger of the nust olnoxious are visiting the family of Mr. Section 78 is modified to require Mr. Steve I.anhain and wife, ol kind. The young fellow surrounded Editor and Proprietor. 4 JO. II. llOUK.i:. writing desks for all pupils, and aft- O, 'tis in this lovely season that the Charles Wade. lvtuaville. have moved into thier new ' tint) roughs of himself with the toughs deeply muse, o Mrs. Fannip MeElroy and daughter residence on Walnut Street er the word "water-stand- " the follow- And poets to us their sweetness, in Fhiuav, March 23, 1894. o give the whole community, and went rap- ing js inserted: Mrs. Dr. McC.-.rtspent Friday in "And the trustees tnnr and Mrs I. I. MeCm-unit rhyming- - qui.e profuse; idly from bad to worse until he was 09 l, '.Republican Ticket. terres- - 'Tis then the fishing school-bofamily have taken rooms in the Walk-- 1 aiav furnish totur or learns Owensboro. patted all over with i.idictmenls.whe.i, trial RiobCi Wall-mnv. (I. Mrrlloti, to tell untruths, of the world, At U10CI030 of Business on Miss Ida Simpvon is attending the er House. For County Judge John P.Morton. gets that needed Hogging, that spring ua u wall-mauuiiuieiuuu, uu The Musical Entertainment givui oniie United States and a And in after years he rues. 23vl day ol Docom- term f scho.d nt Whilci-vill- e, For Sheriff Cal. P. Keown. O Wlnlo wall county map of Kentucky, and try for the country's pond." Monday night by Miss Jessie conducted by Prol. Stum. bor, 1803. For County Clerk D. M. Hocker. was running at full blast such charts upon reading, writing, The country M. D. gives the folks 0 For County Attorney E. P. Ncal. this was enjoyed by all who were The school at this place will begin the drugs he cannot use, For Assessor X. C. Daniel. another young blood, from the rural physiology, and so forth, as the tras- present. KKSOUHCES. And with pills of monstrous size his the first of April. For Jailer Jown W. Black. dittricts, started up a Buck Pop shop tees may select." The Social at Mr. Heurv Matthew, ' Loans and Discounts, less patients he'll abuse; For Surveyor G. S. Fitzhugh. Mrs. C. Hhoads, who has been conloans to Directors . .$54,127.50 Section 79 makes the office of Dis- Tis then the wise old women come to in another part of town, and between Tuesday night, proved quite nsucce.; 0. For Coroner G. C. Wcsterfield. fined to her room for 9cvcr.1l week.-- , to Directors (officers in crews, us Mr. J. I). Cooper and wife spent Loans the two the town was very much akin trict Treasurer continuous, and puts MAGISTRATES: not. included . is able to be out again. G00.00 all the work of tax collection and dis- To discuss her neighbors and tell the Saturday night and Sunday in the Overdrafts, sicuied . . . This duck got himself in. to limbo. Hartford A. S. Anil. 1,412.00 latest news. Mr. William Phillips and family, country. Rosine C. I Woodward. Ovcidrults, unsecured . . Some bursement in his hands, giving him dieted and he closed out. 56S.48. of Hayncsvillc, are visiting the famCromwell Jont H. Wilson. Miss Mi itie Graham, who has been ,),lt" lrom l'"""' "nnks 15.759-weeks ago nuother fellow came along a sheriffs powers. A Justice of the Tis then your neighbor gardener volFordsville ily of Cicero Phillips. unteers his views, ,..!.. !..., :.. - "e "win nwie names anil ' it, limn, IVttlll.VU III and he set up a blind tiger, but pull Peace may approve his bond, instead As to how to plant your garden that Buford Hankers 108.00 A young married woman of this her home at Phillips Saturday, acof having to go to the County Judge. coNSTiinuc: Banking house and lot . . 3,000.00 ed up stake before Circuit Court, you no ground may lose; The time in which district taxes must The graduating lassie in 'costume she place and a young lady not Icing on companied by Miss Jessie Reynolds, Specie Hartford Ilosea Shown. .3yS.97 and hud no indictments found against be paid is fix.-- at two, and not to exgood terms nut at the Company who will rtutain in the country Currency may choose, o Rosine Thomas Allen. 5.017.00 is fuppo-eby him. Encouraged it Cromwell R. B. Martin. Other items carried as cash Delivers a valedictory that will the Store the other day and concluded to ceed four mouths. 50.00 Fordsville his good fortune in dodging theGiand Furniture and Fixtures . . 1,500.00 crowd amuse. try the pugulistic science. Afterpum-melin- g Section 80 is amended to allow trusMiss Oma Smith, of Hartford, has Taxes paid Buford Jury this time he is now setting up tees to assess for contingent expenses 'It's then the barefooted school-bo134.05 03 one another for some time accepted n position with Hocker Current expenses 1,768.56 again. The (piestiou now is: Do the as much as $1.50 when ucccss.iiy.Tlie the gumwax thathechews, Iriends intetleicd and Fcpiroted & Tabor. hunts The only difference between the people propose to put up with ii? If District Treasurer must collect and And the villagedude appears in his last the combatants. They did no', leave ?S5.443-fMiss Alice Ilrowu is visiting in "slopshop" blind tiger and the "high H year's "yaller" shoes; they do not, let them iuform the vio- disburse this tax also. LIABILITIES. The of all these ills has any scratches or bruises and each Hrcckcn ridge county. toned" blind tiger is that the latter is lator of our laws in no uncertain Section So gives County Superinwent away seeming satisfied that she Miss Annie Bauer, oi" Oveusboro, is Capital stock paid in, in cashf25.ooo.oo given me the "blues." tht slyest in his violation of the law way that his room is preferable to his tendents the same power as the judge So I'm constrained to leave you with had won the victory. visiting the family of Mr Augit Surplus luud 5,250.00 the criminality is the same. Undivided pioiits . . many kiud adieus. . . 6,312.33 of a quarterly court of the county in company. This place is not behind some of Dofch. Due Depositors 05 compelling the attendance of witnessMr. Steve Jones, of English, hid., DueSt'tebanks&St'teb'k'is 48,830.36 the larger towns of the country i:i inThe Dawson Times is the name of n IIEAVKK 50.98 es when trying matters set out in LET THEM HOWL. March 21. Rev. Cnscbicr filled his ventions bright ami newsy little sheet, hailing One of our worthy citizens is visiting Mr. W. L, Wright. Mr. John Jones went to Hartford Have you, dear reader, taken a Sections 55, $9, 133 and 136. 5,443.67 regular appointment here Saturday has invented a way of working three m from Dawson, Ky. It is a five colSection 132 makes the fee for ex- Sunday. Snturday. John thinks he will reStatu of Kentucky, ) ss Or recent stroll to the Water Mill? oxen in one wagon. The leader bar. umn folio, well filled with good matCorxTvof Ohio. amination of applicant fo: State diMrs. J. P. McKcnncy went to Roch- on gears and seems is much at home turn by Hoiton, as it is convenient for ter, and deserves to live and thrive. have you had occasion to pass over John H. Barnes, Cashier of Beaver ploma payable to the professional ester Wednesday, returning Friday, CO him to do so. as the others do under the yoke. the walks in that part of town? It so Dam Deposit Hank, a bank located A i umber of young people spent We give considerable space this you will fully appreciate the truth-lulue- members of the State Board of ExamMessrs. I.ogan Martin, New York and iloing busines in the town of Another welding has t iken place iners. a. very pleasant day nt the home of Beaver Dam, in sai I couuty.beiug duweek to a notice of the changes in the City, and I.on Martin, Paducah. are since I wrote last The pirticipants of the assertion when we say Col. Forbes Wednesday. ly swCTii, ays that the foiegoing rt Section 133 makesafirstclasscoun-t- y visiting their brother, Mr. John T. were Mr. Common School Law as made by the that no walks at all arc far better" Joe Evans and Miss II a is in all respects a true statement Mr. Reuben Wright went to Owenscertificate good only in the county Martin, this week. will be sometime than what we have there, through a recent Legislature. It Wade. May their hapiness be always of the condition of the said bank nt boro Monday. Miss Anna McKcnncy entertained as great and their trust as complete before the new law will be printed great part of that distance. The writ ii which it is issued; forbids the isthe close ol business on the 23d day as third-clas- s Mr. J. F. Cooper and wife have re- ol December. 1893, to certificate more a few friends last Wednesday night. the best of his and ready for distribution to the va- cr n few days ago heard a man from suing of a it was on their wcdd.ng day. turned home from Louisville. knowledge nnd brliefjnnd further says Mrs. Davage Taylor and little sou, rious districts so that Trustees and another town not more wealthy than than once under any circumstances; As a correspondent ftoin this place Mr. W. L. Graves, of Horse Branch, that the business of said bank has requires sworn statement to accom- Clifford, who have been visiting relaO teachers will do well to clip the article it becoints my painfuf duty to an- was in town several days last week. been transacted nt the location namUnit ford say that such walks in Ii is pany examination papers of an appli- tive in Louisville for the past w;ek, nounce the death of ed, and not elsewhere; nud that the from this issue nud keep it for refer- town would not bo tolerated twenty-fo- ur one of our best Mr. C. Smith has accepted a posicant for State certificate, and restricts returned home Monday night. aliove report is made in compliance ence. citizens, Mr. Henry Whitcly. He was tion in the Palace Stoic of F. hours. He said the people won d a teacher with a second class certifiCoop, with an official notice received from J. Miss Verda Blankenship, who has CO born in Grayson county September er. "such a howl," as he expressed cate to districts reporting seventy-fiv- e the Secretary of State, designating been in Louisville learning the mil- 6, Louis Kossuth, the great Hunga- raise 1817. He joined the Adams' Fork it, that the Board of Trustees were pupils or less, an I one holding a linery trade for the past few months, We legrtt to note that Mr. J. M. the 23d day of December, 1891.. as the rian patriot, died in exile Tuesday at day on which such report shall lc Masonic LoJgc in 1832, and the Bap- Smith, who has liecn under compelled to act, and to act promptly. third-clas- s certificate to districts re. returned home last week. treatment his home in Turin, Italy, at the adtist Church about the Fame time, and of various physicians for lung made Xow, the gentlemen composing our porting fifty-fiv- e pupils or less. Subscribed and sworn to befoie me Capt. S. P. Duncan, of Morganfield, vanced age of ninety. He is one of it is said that no living person ever trouble, is no better. Mr. by John II. Barnes, the 30th day of Smith, Board of Trustees arc puhhespirited Section 137 provides that an Insti- who has been visiting his sisters, heard him the most remarkable characters 111 tell his Christian experby his wife and little Decciuljcr, 1893. Snisr.nv Tayi.ok, citizens, fully alive to the interests of tute shall not continue less than five Mesdames Gray and Ringo, returned Dep. Countv Court Clerk. ience only in connection with joining daughter, lelt for his home history, and his struggles for the libnear home Wednesday. days nor more than ten. the town, but tho people have a duI. P. Baknaiiii, President. the Masons. The subject of our erty of his country once aroused the Miss Nettie Rogers made a flying R. P. HocKiiu, Director. in the matter. Bube "eiich a Section 149 makes it obligatory sketch was the father of eight chilsympathy of the people in all civi- ty Mr. Harvy Ford, living near here, Jno. H. Baiinks, trip to Hartford last Tuesday. " iintl let it find its way to the upon the SupirintemK'nt of Public howl" dren by his first wife, and five by his is quite sick nt this writing. lized countries, and in America his Miss Virgie Hocker entertained a ears of our worthy city dads, that it Instruction to furnish County Teachsecond wife, besides thiee stepchil-dreQUARTERLY REPORT name is revered as second only to Mr. Joe Smith is also on the sick will not only let them know exact- ers' Libraries wiih bound volumes of large number of her fiiends Saturday u Two sons, a step-soand a list. Lafayette. night. Of 111! ly what the people need anil mean the publications ol his office. daughter have preceded him across Tne new Christian Church, iust Mrs. Dora McOee is on the sick list the dark mystic river, which sooner erected on Main Street, will soon be It was a Breckenridgo who from tohn.ve, but that will encourage them Section 156 requires the Superin- this week. of Public Instruction to no or later all have to cross. Mr. Whitc tho high position ot Vice President of to make such reasonably expenditures tendent services. This is a neat The Austin House has been having of c3 tify Circuit fudges of violations of the ly, or uncle Henry, as-- he was lamil-iarl- y piece of work and adds greatly to the United States went into nruicd as may be necessary to make our the extra good trade this week. school law, and request they give called, was a nnn of wonderlul appearance of the street. decent if treason against and thoroughfares nt Mr. Dan Tichenor and family have At tho oloso ot Business on o whose reputationhi? isgovernment, with really convenient. least w.ilkstowanl not them in chargs to their Grand Juries. constitution. Athough seventy six The the Success to the RuirnucAN. tarnished moved to the Williams farm. o tho 23d cla7 of Docoui- Ed Pouter Tiio.irso. he had never suflcrel a moment with ' Bonnii: Doo.v. tales of social impurity; it was a Water Mill are by no means the on A crowd of young men and boys had OS bor, 1893. headache or toothache and on the day m Breckenridgo in whoso interest the ly ones demanding attention. There a jolly time Tuesday night. IIimi'I IMIay. of his death all of his teeth were perMiss Myrtie Johnson, daughter of lUisoimcEsV arc many parts of town that have Mr. Claddie Austin and sister, Miss fect. It is your duty to yourself to get bf) loved and liquored Clayton, of ArHe had never had but one spell Mr.G. L. Johnson, of Sulpaur Springs, Loans and discounts, less been sadly neglected and the time for rid of the foul accumulation in your Sadie, spent Sunday in Hartford. kansas, was foully murdered; nud last of sickness preceding his fatal ills itiite sick. loans to Directors . . $68,304.80 too people SCHOOL NOTES. Loans to Directors (officers ness. On the morning of the 2d, he en but not least it is u Breckenndge, vengeance to Kiel; and to kick witn a blood this spring. Hood's Sarsapa- is fully at hand. Let it rilla is just the medicine you need to Rev. Casebier conducted devotional with several friends not include I . . . . who, as the great orator Congress 406.00 had met to celeLoans to Officer ... purify vitalize and enrich yourblood. exercises for us Monday morning. 400.00 man, is held up to the gaze of the begin forthwith. brate Mr. Jett McCarty's birth day, Overdrafts, secured . , 1,937.35 Mr. Lounie Stewart is out of school That tired feeling which nITects evworld as a feducer and a moral leper, when he said that he uovet felt bet-tc- r Overdrafts, unsecured . . 437.06 Due from Nat. Banks . . These are the moat illustrious exam- To NiiiHTlnlonilriils, Triixli'i-- mill ery one in the spring is driven off by this week on account of the sickness in his life an 1 was in the best of 5,966.74 Otlii-i-- . of his brother-in-law- . Hood'.s Sarsaparilla, the great spring Due from St'e B'kscc B'k'rs 483.28 ples the stock has yet produced, so spirits, laughing and joking until all Dlil'T. Of l'UIII.lC INSTKUCTIOIMr. Tom Brown visited his home Banking house and lot . . 3000.00 midicine and blood purifyer. were seated at the table when the Ofl'1015 Of Sul'EKINTKDliNT that the sooner it is extinct the better Stocks and Bonds. . . . 1,341.67 Saturday and Sunday. FiiANKfoiiT, Ky., Mar. 16. J dread messenger, who i3 always acfor humanity generally. Specie 2,718.78 Misses Minnie and Verda BlankenHood's Piu.s become the favorite For your guidance at present I intive, hurled his dart and claimed his Currency 2,260.00 Exchanges for Clearings . 2,145.59 Tin: Gmrkf'Jouinal thus delivers dicate the changes made, (by the re- cathartic with every one who try ship and Miss Susie Austin were victim. The next niorninir lovin-u present at opening exercises Tuesday them. Other items carried as cash 1,367.49 friends conveyed him to hi.s home, itself ol its sentiments regarding the cent Legislature.) The sections alludFurnituie and Fixtures . . 1,000.00 morning. ed to are amended as follows: where he lingered until the morning Democratic Tnrill" Bill now before Taxes paid The Bachelor Club met Friday 145.97 1, - on Section 33 makes it obligatoryKciltirs I'll! of the eighth, when his spirit was. Current expenses . . . . the Senate: 1,088.50 night at School Hall. They now have called GKAYSON C.AZliTTE. the State Supeiintendent to furnish Other assets, debts in suit from this low land ol sarrow to 698.54 "It will make us pay n higher tax Mrs Sallie T. O'Riley, wife of Dan one of the best clubs in Kentucky. I its eternal abode above Rev. Jenk on our children's slalo pencils, but it plans and specifications for building School-houseO'Riley, of this place died last Sun- think they will entertain soon, SM.701.77 gives us out gold leaf cheaper. ins preached his funral sermon and Miss Lizzie Willis was out of school MAim.rriES. Section 37 fixes the examination of day morning nt 12:30, aged 50 years, is a thing of jobs mid sliamo, a "It the Masons from all over the country Caji'l stock paid in, in cash $30,000.00 Tuesday and Wednesday on account u niiscrablo botch, strutting in the stol- applicants for certificates otelligibility one month and twenty. four days, at of came to do honor to one they had . uuiiividcu proms sickness. 7,418,97 en vestments of tnrill reform, whited to be County Superintendent the family residence in I.citchfield. 011 been proud to call a friend and brother. Deposits subjectoeheck(on outsidu by a prctcn&ivu tcaliog of a the last Friday and Saturday in July Scarcely a week previous she was taThe R. E V'.'s will entertain Fri- He was conscious which in. is not paid . 56,069.79 approaching few duties, but inwardly reeking with ken suddenly and seriously ill. A few day night, Maroli 30th, instcxd of the death and expressed a Due, National Il.uiki . . . 81.63 willingness to the dishonesty nud hypocrisy of pro- and August of the years when these Due State banks and ban'rs days before her death the relatives 23d, whieli was published in last go. Though it was great 131.38 a tection. It is a caricature of an lion-es- t officers are to be elected. blow to o Section 46 provides for returning to were sent for and she died surround- week's paper. Arms. revenue measure, and the only his devoted wife and loving children, 5W.7oi.77 good thing about it is that the Scnato the credit of the School Fund, instead ed by fiiends. Mrs. O'Riley was a siswho mourn not as those who have no Static ov Kkntucky, ) ss itself can't make it much worse, oven of to the General Expenditure Fund, ter to rur fellow townsmen, J. II, and uaMii'ii; it. County ov Ohio. hope, for they had the assurance if the "conservatives" should oxerciso all suina fraudulently obtained fioni Jack Rogers, and a very estimable for com. Farmers are busy Sam K. Cox, President of Hank ol from his own lips that everything Opens the Way for Malaria tho privilege, said to have been promAlter a visit of several days to was the former but nfteiwaid surrendered and highly respected lady. She was Hartford, Ky...n Hank located and ready. Their loss was Heaven's ised them, of getting still tuo.ro proHood's Sarsapnrilla Make Pura doing business in the town of HartMiss Jennie gain. born and reared in the building where friends nul relatives, or recovered by due process of law. " Remember dear friends that you tection for soiuo ol their constituent!!. Blood and Cures Malaria. ford, in said county. being duly sworn to her home in have Section 57 fixes a minimum of 250, she died and on December 24th, iSrlo Wnitc returned another tie which calls your evIt Is with pleasure th.it wo call attention U says that the foregoing Report is in was married to Dan O'Riley. In 187S Ovvensboro Thursday. ery thought to purer and better the testimonial ot Mr. A. M. Heck, who Is welt all respects a true statement of the At a meeting of the Owcnsboro below which the salary of n County Miss Nola Miller, who has known In Florlila, nnd her husband the hi City Council Monday night nniong Superintendent shall not fall. It is she accompanied his old home, upon iting her s ster at Reynolds been vis- tilings, and may you ask for no great- having tor years been a to tho travelling public, condition ofon said Hank nt the close rullrond passenger conStation, er of business and the 23d day of Decemclaimed that this will be an advantage a trip to Ireland, blessings than to live ni pure a life ductor and later, ticket ngent nt Jacksonville. much other legislation either ber, 1893, to the best of his knowl-edg- e I to some counties, as the allowance per there united with the Catholic Church returned to her home in Owenrboro as the dear one who has just passed "0. 1. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.i or proposed were the following nnd belief: nnd further says that "Some three or (our years ago I wrote to you pupil child reported (! cents) will not since which time she has lived a con- Saturday. to the realms of the great beyond. In reference to the good my hoy had derived the business of said Hani: has been propositions: sistent member She leaves no chilproduce $250 Mr. D. S, Miller is in Owensboro from the use of Hood's Rarsnparllla, and now transacted at the location named, and Country Jay. "An ordinance making it a fine of allow me to say that .the sanio boy and his not elsewhere: nnd that the above reSection 58 is made to conform to dren. On Monday morning the fu- on legal business. mother becaino 82 to attract inmates of private dwell port is made in compliance with nn neral cervices were lieldatSt. Joseph's I Mia G. W, Kelley was summoned Prostrated With Malaria ings tc their doors for the purpose of the pr6vision of the Constitution in iiiitiisviiaa; official notice received from the Secand Hood's Sarsapnrilla has again been used retary of State There is no time so sweet as spring, delivering advertisements, or in any the matter of appointments to fill va- Church, Revs. Father O'Connor and to see her brother, Mr. Jctt McCarty, designating the 23d with satisfactory results. I do not bellevo you Father O'Sullivau qfiichling, and the Friday, who had n partial stroke of When untuie dons her best, way deceiving residents. cancy in the office of County Supercan find a much better looking child for hlssgo, day of December, 1893, as the day on Dispelled is gloom when bud and icniains were then followed to the paralysis Thursday. "An ordinance preventing tho scat- intendent. eight years, than our hoy. For this picture ol which such report shall be made. bloom, tering of bills, posters, etc, on the Catholic Cemetery where the interment Subscribed and sworn to before me health his mother and also myself attribute It to 09 Mr. John Pcarce, our popular De- Awake from nature's rest. Section 50 requires County Superthe uso ol that most valuable remedy, Hood's by Sam K. Cox the 28th day of Destreets, making tho violation ofwime took place. pot Agent, lias a perfect mania for The weather still continues pleas-nn- t Harsaparllla, ITlJ trouble before taking the cember, 1893. G.H.I.ikkns.C.O.C.C. litmhlo in sum not less than 2 and intendents who resigned, or is remedicine was an nflllctlon with bolls, and genSam K. Cox, President, fishing. That is, when th; girls are moved, to turn over money and efnot more than 810. and the farmctn are very busy preeral breaking out nil over his body. Of course i J. J. McHknky, Director, alonj. instead of being Beaver Dam Will is over. run with fects immediately, paring their ground for cultivation. from such suffering the child became weak and It seems tho city about rytli or 2fit ol y " John C. Thomas, the manner of advertising indicated allowed ten days. The infant child of Mr. S. Hatfield ' Miss Lelia Rosson, of Louisville, . S. Colkman, April. All persons wanting first-clas- s Section 63 pro i !cs for excluding by tho proposed ordinanco and tho spent Sunday with relatives in town. photo.'ranhic work. I will be is very sick at this writing. Yellow Bunks city duds indicate their irom examination 100111 all persons ' RiaiJ to make them. Reiiieniberlu.se DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve cleansMrs. Essie Piland, of Horse Branch, a gvucrul prostration of the system was a natuMr. Albert Johnson had his wrist ral result. We again resorted to Hood's es, purifies nnd heals. It was made determiuntion to put a stop to the except the applicants and the mem- - the Instantaneous Process for Baby almost dislocated in the mine last visited her mother, Mrs. J, L. David-soh nitli wonderful success. The word gratihers of the board. for that purpose. Use it for burns, Sunday. tude but poorly expresses our feelings toward Pi business. Picture. Come to Beaver Dam for I week by trj iug to lift n derailed car Hood's Bursaparllla." A. fa. Heck, lielmore, cuts, bruises, chapped hands, sores Section 69 provides for the tempo- - your Photos, whcic you always get back on the track, O Mrs. Mary McCarty spent Sunday Ho sure to get Hood's. I'l'irlila. of all descriptions nud if you have AlioiiT ten months ngo n young rnry transfer of pupils from adjoining first-clawork. Yours truly, Mr. Joe Millwood is visiting rela- - with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hood's Pills net easily, yet promptly and piles use it for them. I,. D, Bean, blood opened up hero in Hartford, districts when such districts lie in A. D. Taywu. MeElroy, near Whitesville, tives in town. on the liver !Uo. w 3 Har fiord .Republican C - B AHNO . i call-belp hell-hole d very-thought -- &? y, y CO . I Key-nobis, I . .M.a.RV, Bsaver Dam BEPQ5IT B1IK ft ... a y .... 7 l.l. O ss f ft g Hnr-dinsbu- to-da- d. K 1 p I TnUD ' ... s - r A 9 ... of eSMj?& Impure Blood p!o-.vin- ; com-pitte- r 11 11 3 Hood's'$Curesi Harsiv-paril- u, ss and bowel. j. 1. e ,, Sj . rrrr Go to Hall for early seed potatoes. I Tirfcwiiin S Hull wants mid butter. your chickens, eggs Bigucstlinc of Clothingin Hartford is nt Fair Bros. & Co's. Best selected line of New Spring Goods at Fair Bros. & Co. C. R. Martin wants to sell you n new clock'. Cheap lor rash. PERSONAL. Miss Miss Sara Collins teiurued fiom 1 -- Cincinnati jestcrdny SJaS'jsiaiE. Ifl.i Walker weiit to I, mis OUR RULE: Li 1 i4-- Largest line oxford tics nt Fair 1 rt Bros. & Co Carson &Co have n nobby Neckwear. Sec the all-wo- vilk Wednesday. Mr J. L. Rogers, of Bcavir Dun, was in the city Tuesday. Come today nnd tec the Millinery Gostls nt Cntsoil & Co to-da- line of sttrt lT . suits at Fair Bros. 25 would have others do unto Us." M p -- & Co. for $6.oo. O. Go to Hall and get Sugar for $1, & Co. pounds of N. : Mens shoes on the latest lasts at In vaP(ing l?riees We consider Vnlues. It is ' not a matter of small cash, hut of the equivalent of jp whatever isJpaid.That is the eg true estimate of economy, jg: & iv!? gl Pair Bros Mjss Edna Griffin has accepted a position in the Po.Uofilce. Hall sells goods cheaper than the cheapest. Try him. Latest styles in Mens soft and stiff hats at Pair Bros. & Co, Newest style dress goods nnd trimmings nt Fair Bros & Co. Ladies you can get the R. and G. Corset at Fair Bros. & Co. Novelties in hair pins and handkerchiefs at Pair Bros. & Co. Mrs. Reuben Rcnfrovv died at her home in Hamilton last Friday. Biggest and handsomest line Umbrellas at Fair Bros. & Co. of We are overned p fe DM By the actual wearing qual- ity of goods in naming Prices. A dollar's worth of money for a dollar's worth of wear. Isn't that the het- ter plan? fj Fine line Ginghams, Scotch Lawns, Swivel Silks at Fair Bros. & Co. spring stock. Opening Come Wednesday nnd see our big Carson & Co. of Millinery All to-da- y at in- m g: Fair Bros. & Co. the ladies vited. Come to Hartford and buy your spring dry goods, clothing, etc., from Fair Bros. & Co. Largest line of white gooJs, organdy lawns, dotted Swisses, dimities By Ketcial Valcies In Spring: and Summer Fab- - p m 88 rics, we hope and expect to retain your confidence, and m we now present the gj at Fair Bros. & Co. Henry Nail's Feed Store is quarters for everything in Flour and Shipstufl etc. headMeal, Latest Styles In p - Ask to sec our new novelties in Fine Ginghams and Sattecn. Caks n & Co. Our young friend, John T. King left Tuesday for Mt. Vernon, Ind., where he will engage in farming. James I. Thomas, who had a surgical operation performed cui his broken ankle recently, is improving. We want you to come and see our big spring Stock, even if you don't want to buy. Cahson & Co. Spring (goods of Ohio county. ip For inspection by the ladies p j S 3 E FAIR BROS. & CO PUOPIUETOIW OF I jtH Hartford Tample of Fashion. S It was a serious mistake to fdl the streets with clay and it was especially unfortunate nt this season of the year. Point Degene, Laces, Embroideries of all kinds at Fair Bros. Laces, Valancines Irish Point, Porchaius &Co. OK Till: Ol'KNINO OF Till: The choicest Flour at the most reasonable rates is to be had at Henry Nail's. Try it. He guaratees satisfaction. ") jSin BEAVER -- session OF THE Thcstaflfof life is bread, and good bread can be made from only good meal nnd good flour. Go to Henry Nail's Feed Store and get these. T. O. Baker has succeeded A. R Carson as Groccryman, and is always at his post ready to fill all orders- - left in his care. Carson & Co DAM HIGH SCHOOL AND TEACHERS' PRACTICAL INSTITUTE. STetn.'ui.a.ry 16, 1894. Instruction A Expense moat reasonable. Plans modern and progressive. thorough and practical. Advantage most excelleut. School ior the masses. Mr. Coley duPont, who for several years has been connected with the 1'nIiiloi.K l)rtilltry. Central City mines, has resigned to Dr. J. P. Williams, of Owensboro, accept a position with n large Iron Ky., will be in Hnttford on March company at Johnstown, Pa. 26, and will remain 6 days. He can teeth absolutely without Remember that C. R. Martin, the extract pain. old and reliable Jeweler, is still in the Mr. M. T. Henderson, of Habit, Fair Bros. Jc Co. can lit your son was in town this week. in a suit anywhere from $1 to $10. Policeman S J. Walker, Hopkins-ville- , nttended court yesterday. Tracy has excepted a po Mr. II I'. Mr. II. C.Felix, of near town, made sltion In a drug store in Uniontown. us n pleasant call Wednesday. Call in nnd ask to see Scivcns' UnDr, J. II. White went to Louisville derwear for gents at Carson & Wednesday and will return Monday. Co's. 34 .it Miss Mary Cox visited friends and Remember that W. H. Williams relatives in I'leasint Ridge this week. still LEADS in Cheap Groceries. Try Mr. Lem McIIenry, of Centre Colhim. lege, Danville, was at home n few Mrs. Sara Ann Bennett, Bedn, is days this week. quite sick nt the home of her son, Mr. Mr. W. A. Gibson went to Russell-vill- e G. W. Bennett. yesterday to look nftcr thcschool It will pay you to visit w77l. Will- furniture business. iams nnd bec his nice assortment of Miss Cora Felix, spent the first of Fruits nnd Candies of the week on No Creek, the guest Mrs Caroline Chapman, Beda, fa- of Rev. J. B Ferryman and family. vored this office Wednesday .evening Dr. J. R. Pirtle and Mr. W. II. with sonic nice apples. Williams spent Sunday evening with Perfect health is seldom found, for friends in Kinderhook and Beda. Mr. C. C. Htrring, of White Plaines. impuie blood Is so general. Hood's Sarsaparilla really does purify the was the guest of his brother, Mr. E. L. Herring, the first of this week. biood and restores health. V. G. Harnett. Kinderhook and Jo. For Sale: One house and lot for A. Bamett, No Creek, spent Sunday sale or rent, two miles from Hartford. evening with freinds In Centertown. Apply to James W. Ford, Hartford, or Misses Olga Wade and Liura Case-bie- r, Bowen, Cleopatra, Ky. 28 8t O. L. Rockport, visited the lamily of Mrs. M. J. Strothcr, of Rochester, Mr. D. J. Coleman, Beaver Dam, last Butler county, died'Monday night.aiul Friday. was buried on Tuesday. She was the Rev. R. A. Crow returned Wednes relict of the late Dr. Strothcr, n popday from a week's visit to the ular physician of Roclicster, nnd was family of his father, Rev. E. M. O.owc. of many virtues. a woman of Louisville. Mr. M. M. Kahn left Monday for Mr. John Rainc, representing the Louisville where he goes to enter the Co., shoe manufacturing business. He has business, of Louisville, was in been in business here several jears town this week. and his friends wish him abundant Mrs. Jcnniq McIIenry went Louissuccess in his new field. ville Wednesday to meet Miss Isabcllc Sam Pendleton, colored, of Hayti, McIIenry, who has been spending died Tuesday of consumption and was the winter in the South. buried Wednesday in the Hayti Mr. Tom Sutton, Owensboro, who Cemetery. Sam was the faithful spent a day or so in town the first of body servant of Dr. J. E. Pendleton the week, left Wednesday to visit his throughout the latter' s service during brother, James Sultbn, of Mississippi. the Civil War. Mr. OUie White, of Louisville, who Mr. W. J. Ficklin died at his home has been with his brother, Dr. J. H. near Buford on Monday evening at 7 White, since the latter broke his ano'clock of p'neumonia. He was a kle some six weeks ago, returned leading fanner, an honest, upright to his home Wednesday. man, an affectionate husband and a Rev. James Taylor and wife, who loving father. His remains were inhave been spending the winter in terred at Mt. Cnriucl Tuesday. Peace Indiana, stopped several days with to his ashes. friends and relatives in town the first The fine barn on the stock farm of of the week", returning to their home Kopp Bros., near Owensboro, was in Rosine on Wednesday. - destroyed by fire Sunday morning. It t'noj.V4'alUrr. is supposed that lightning was the On Tuesday, April 17th, Mr. A. J. origin of the blaze. About $30,000 Casey, of Owensboro, and Miss Lyda or $40,000 worth of stock and grain Walker, of this place, will be mairied was destroyed. The Hocker Colt, at the home of the bride's father, Hon. Don Carbcau, bred three miles north E. Dudley Walker. The groom is a of Hartford and a promising trotter, young man of sterling qualities of was among the animals burned head and heart, and is a popular While cutting the support of a journalist, being the editor of the lodged tree last Saturday, Mr. John Owensboro Inquirer. Chapman, living on the Rochester Miss Walker is a beautiful and culroad below Beaver Dam, wasseriously tured young woman, possessing rare and perhaps fatally wounded by the qualities of intellect and is worthy of falling tree. He was trying to pull the excellent young man of her choice. the saw from the tree at the time ond Their friends throughout the county was badly crushed. Dr. J. J. Mitch- and State congratulate them upou ell, of Beaver Dam, was called and their mutual good fortune. dressed the wounds. Mr. Chapman TuNi'liniil Trnnlppi. is one of our best young men and his The blanks for taking the census misfortune is sincerely regretted. districts will be mailed y ol " to-da- ployers, Messrs. Taylor & McIIenry, Don't fait to sea the diiphy of n tall and sturdy represcntntlveol the dress goods at Carson & Co. yeomanry stalked in and with his Come nnd see Miss Collins for an mouth open at an angle of about 45 degrees watched the flying fingers Faster hat at Carson & Co. play over the keys. At last he manIf you want your horse well cared aged to say: "Purty good, nlut It?" lor leave it with'CAsnniKR& Burton. "Yes," Miss Walker replied, "it Is a d ol the cel- good machine. Just received, a We just recently ebrated Globe Fertilizer nt Carson & bought it and are perfectly delighted Co. with it," and her fingers flew faster than ever, and the mouth of the yeoYou will need n new necktie for Easter. Carson & Co. Is the place to man flew wider than ever. At length mustering up courage he again broke get one. forth: "Well, Miss, do you call that For good rigs, saddle horses and music?" the Lest of conveyance, call ou car-loa- Grand display ol at Carson & Co. niiruiiT it was a riANO. One diy Inst wetk while Miss Luln 12. n k r W.is busily o. gac.1 with fie Miutniry G00I3 type writer in the office ol her cm (D 0) (D Caskiiikr & Burton. The Feather Renovating Co., here is doing n large business, which speaks well for the excellent work l hey do. Gossiper told the people through this column that they might expect a number of marriages in high life ere the spring had flown and the prediction will soon be verified. V Full two months ago the to O (D PJ OQ (D J1 wi Tuition per Term of Ten Weeks. Common ( Primary School j Intcrmediato Department ( Advanced Collegiate Department Instruction in Music and Art at Reasonable Rates. Board in privato families per week, 82.00 to 2.25. beet 83 75 5 00 G 25 7 00 of ring, and is prepared to furnish you wiiium.Kiiii:. any kind of goods in the Jewelry line. Mr. John B. Wilson, of this city, repairing at low- and Miss Mabel King, of Centertown, Also does est prices. will be married on Wednesday, April 4th, at the home of the bride's brothMarriage license: James Felix to er, Dr. H. L. King, Ceinertown. It Miss Iola Martin, S. A. White to Miss is a source of pleasure to the many Maggie M. Camp. J. II. MidkifT to friends of the contracting parties to Miss F.va Mosely, J. M. Blacklock to know that the attachment so long exMiss Lizzie Lamar, M. B. Foster to isting between them shall find its Miss Alice Baxley. first-class happy consummation in n union for life. 'C r,.ff "V ' r v '3- ' os Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Foster arc in receipt of an invitation to be preentat The Ecfbion offers nnusual advantages to young men and women nnd es- the fiftieth anniversary of the marpecially to teachers. Our outline method of teaching secures to our students riage of Mr. and Mrs. James Barbour, the uso of any and all Mrs. We kindly and honestly solicit the paS of Maysvillc, next Monday. roimge of all seeking a thorough educatiou, and very decidedly guarantee Barbour is a sister of Dr. Foster. sitislnction to all earnest students. For further information end lor circuMisses Saltie Coleman and Katie lars or cull ou ' Coombcs made glad the hearts of the E. R. RAY, President. DORA E. GIBSON, Vice President school boys kcepiug Bachelors Hall in the corner of the property on Union Stieet, Wednesday by presenting In Memory of Annie I.ce llnlr. Friday, March 23, 1894. I had a friend in that sweet girl. them a fine large cake. The young She was no ordinary one. She was men are profoundly thanklul. Uae to Het. Mosely Westerfield.wife not as other friends. I loved her as Mrs. Jessie Mr. R. A. Anderson will stand his of Mr. J. D. Weiterfield, died of child-birt- h no one will ever know. How she en- fine saddle and harness stallion, l. nt her home in Pleasant Ridge deared het self to me tongue can Young Macklackey, the present seasMonday night. The remains were ! If I were to tell her virtues on at Hartford Mondays and Tuesconveyed here on Tuesday and nt 1 of how pure and unselfish she was, I days; at his tarm Wednesdays and o'clock Rev. E. E. Pate, in the pres- could never make you know as I Thursdnysi at Beda Fridays and Satence of a large number of sorrowing know, and of the pure influences she urdays. Farmers would do well to friends and relatives of the deceased, cast about her where ever she went. see him before breeding elsewhere, conducted the impressive funeral serThe Church has never sustained a Miss Effic Kahn and brother, Mr. vices at the Methodist Church, after greater loss, and the Sunday School which the remains were laid away in has lost one of its brightest jewels. Jo Kahn, Cromwell, were in the city the Hartford Cemetery to await the School mates and associates have all Monday. Miss Kahn, who, by the resurrection. She was the youngest lost a friend. Through her pure In- way,is one of the county's best teachdaughter of Mrs. Jennie Mosely, and fluences and example I was led to the ers, closed a very successful school at only In the sweet June time of last feet of Jesus about four weeks before Semlway, McLean county, a short year had gone In her beauty and vir- her death. She was my friend. She time ago. She expresses herself as tue to bless the home of the young was everybody's friend. Ah, could I well pleased with her five months work. husband, who Is now so soon bereft live such n life as hers was. d of his loving companion. Mrs. to see her The last time I called Last Friday evening as Rulaford was a pious christian woman, well do I remember her sweet words Cawthon, who works in and about W. whose life was filled with good works. as she said "good bye." II. Williams' grocery, was driving May the sorrowing young husband May God be with Brother Hale and down Market Street in his delivery who is left, ever bear in mind that wagon, the horse became frightened God not only never makes any mis- his family and all her school mates teachers, who sadly mourn an and turned round and started on a takes but that nil of His dispensations and forrun. The boy tried manfully to check are for the best for those who love angel who has gone home to live the horse but was powerless to do so. OlARUK Sandurs. little boy, Jessee, ever. Him, and may the the vehicle, but was He jumped-frowhom she that Is gone, left to his care caught by the wheel and dragged lull Mrs. John D. Holbrook, Buford, and protection, come to be a consobefore his body was detacheven- forty feet fell from a horse Monday lation and a solace in bis sorrow. ed. The parties who witnessed the ing, by which her ankle was broken, The horse advertised in last issue the bone pieiciug through the flesh. accident expected the boy was killed, by Mr. T. M. Morton, of Centertown, Dr. J. E. Pendleton was called ard but he got up and started alter the horse, which was soon caught and lias, we ore informed developed a weak Tuesday morning dressed the put under control. Aside from n stand as on eye and will not make the ' accounts the suf- slight sprain in his left ankle nnd advertised. This is unfortunate as wound, and at last shoulder he was unhurt. ferer was doing very well. the horse Is a very fine one, text-books. nev-crtelWes-terfiel- The groom is one of Ohio county's best and most popular young men, having made himself an enviable name and reputation by his own individual efforts. Mr. Wilson is highly educated, and has been one of our most successlul teachers. He now has a position 011 the staff of the Hartford Herald, which place he fills with his well known ability and efficiency. The bride Is a beautiful blonde, modest, womanly, intelligent, possessing many virtues.bo'th mental nnd moral, nnd a host of friends such as is the good fortune of but few to possess. The wedding vlll be a quiet one, only a few friends being invited, and after the ceremony the bridal party will leave on a short visit to friends in Louisville and Frankfort, when they will return, making their home in Hartford. This Republican with the people of the town extend them in advance a cordial welcome among us, and with their many friends wish that the sun of their happiness may never set until it goes down in this life to rise in the bliss of that life which is to come. t'rllx-Hnrtl- Mr. James Felix and Miss Iola Martin, of the Victory neighborhood, were married at the home of the bride yesterday in the presence of a number of friends. Mr. Felix is an energetic young farmer of much worth, while the b'ride is a beautiful and accomplished young lady. Tun Rni'UitMCAN extends congratulations. HlrHjcd From Habit, Ky., one bay horse, 4 years old, slim made, istf hands high, A liberal toward will be paid g for his return or any information M.T. Hkndkhson, him. Hnblt, Ky. con-ccriu- Rev. E E. Pate filled his regular appointments at the MelhodistChurch A plain casb. Rumor had it that Sunday, preaching nble sermons to a ertain party who had the reputation atteitiv: conrega'.io is. of running a blind tiger several weeks immediately preceding Circuit Court, The Alhambra Renovating Co. are and who had sold out (?) just before sending out their wagons to the counthe sitting of the Grand Jltrj't was try for work. Don't miss this chance nbout opening up again in a room of having your feathers cleaned. which he was known to have rented. The Board of Trustees and Dr. He had received several suspicious Alexander have chosen Attorney J. looking boxes on Saturday night's Owensboro Stage, and on Sunday the P. Sanderfur to draft the contract bedusky son of Ham who had helped do tween them nnd the delay is caused by the fact that Mr. Sinderfur has the unloading on Saturday night, been busily engaged in Circuit Court. contrived to steal into the loft over The contract'will be signed in the the back room of the concern, and somehow managed to go to sleep (?) near fnturc. and while In this somnific condition ('oIIckp Hnppcnlntrw. to fall through an eighteen inch hole The efforts that have been put forth Into the precincts of the aforesaid this year to build up the school have boxes, which he now found open. been it nusually successful. It is a The negro found to his dismay, howcontinual source of pleasure to us to ever, that while he had slept down hear strangers who visit our school through that hole he could not s.leep giving expressions of their surprise up through it, try hard as he would. at finding, so large a school in so Some of the passers-b- y heard the small a city. The unusual prosper- frantic effo.ts of the now d ity ol the school is to be attributed to negro to get out and called the prothe untiring zeal of the President, Dr. prietor of the shebang to come and Alexander, who is deservedly one ot unlock the door, which he did. Three the most successlul educators In West-ter- n substantial and good citizens of the Kentucky. town, one of them a high official of Our morning exercises are always the county, were standing by, and Interesting, but during the next week through curiosity, accompanied him they will be doubly so, by reason of to the room in which the negro was the feet, that, that faithlul man of caged. , God, Dr. Fred D. Hale, of OwensboThe very itself was there ro, will be the leader in them. All in scores of pint and half pint bottles, friends of the educational, religious filled and ready for the trade. A two welfare of the town ate earnestly re- bushel sack full of corks lay innocentquested to be present. ly in one corner. The shebang is not G. B. Slack, a former student of kept open all of the time but it is the College, spent a few days here known that he makes it headquarters last week, the guest of his brother, and comes there to "load up," for he who is here attending school. has been seen by "the light of the J. C. Raub, of Hawesville, and moon." Truman Woodward, of Centertown, Church nnd Nnndsy School. have returned home to engage in Our readers will remember that farming during the spring and sumRev. Fred D. Hale was called home mer months. by telegram last Wednesday to the L. White visited his home in II. his littledaugh'ter, who had Daviess county Saturday and Sunday typhoid pneumonia, notice of which and is now confined at his boarding appeared in last week's Republichouse on account of sickness. an. On Thursday the Lord called the Frampton Smith will visit his paDr.. rents at Owensboro Saturday and little spirit axay to Heaven. Samples, of Louisville, was called to Sunday. conduct the funeral and on Friday Miss Ada Brown spent Saturday the First Baptist Church would not and Sunday at home. hold the people who gathered to pay Miss Dee Bean, of Sulphur Springs, your respect to the memory of little Annie. class" and you are earnestly mitriculated in the music and A large assembly of friends followed Tuesday. requested to fill them out with care the remains to Elmwood Cehietery, Prof. Sliultz's class in Trigonometry Be sure you report accuracy. and where they were laid to rest. And, will finfsh their work Friday. This every.pupil in your district and no notwithstanding this great affliction, class has berti doing fine work. They more. Send the blanks back to this Brother Hale felt that the interest began three weeks late and have hard Resp'y, office as soon as possible. here was so great that it Was his duty work all the week with Saturday's to return to the harvest. O, how the Jo. B. Rogers, Co. Supt. -m recitations have been able to finish earnest christian of ; this town should This week we publish a pretty lit- this study with the close of the term. rally to his support and aid him by tle rliyme, entitled "In the Merry When boys and girls once make up their presence, labor and praySpringtime," by a young lady stu- their minds to do good work they arc ers. And, how, too, should the waydent of the College, who very mod-estl- sure to succeed. This you will find ward christian and the ungodly study yet very firmly, refuses to al- to be true if you will visit bur school, .their own lives and hearts and condi name. Our read- for there you will find girls and boys low the use of her tions and be interested for their own ers will enjoy the poem, and will join who are determined to succeed in good, seeing that under such trying in the wish that the fair writer may what they undertake. circumstances he is doing so much give to the public more ol the procloses this term's examina for them. Monday evening this dev ductions of her ready pen. tion, also the third term of this school vout man of God came, and year. We have only ten more weeks Monday night Court Hole. resumed the meeting Com'th vs. Jesse Beard, breach of before us in which great work has to that had been suspended on last the peace verdict of the jury guilty, be accomplished and we hope to still Tuesday evening. find the same zealous Interest that and fine fixed at $100. The interest in the meeting is inhas been exhibited during the three creasing and B. L. Boyd vs. C O. & S. W. raithe outlook for a great; past terms, among both pupils and revival is very flattering. lroadjudgment for deiendant. Dr. J. L. Liles vs. C. O. & S. W. teachers. Rev. Hale preaches three times a The Adelphians Literary Society day 8:30 a. m. railroad judgment for defendant. at the College 3 p. m. C. W. Mason vs. C. O. & S.W. rai- is doing good work. The members and 7 p. m. at the meeting. have elected the following officers for lroadcontinued. Since our last report there has T. P. Johnson vs. W. B. Johnso- n- the last term: T. J. Morton, President; been an increase of four in the enrollA, P. Taylor, Vice President: J. C. judgment for plaintiff for $16, ment at the Baptist school so that is Barnard, Secretary; R. "C. Jarnagin, now vs. German Insurance D. J. Rhoads 115. Co. judgment for plaintifTlor $61 . 75. Treasurer; J. L. Brown, Janitor. Mrs. Quint Benton, of Rochester, Hiram Joslyn vs. J. H. Monroe-judg- ment visited the school Friday. for defendant. The pupils have been enjoying, J. H. Greenwood vs. McIIenry Coal Park Obesity Pills will reduce jour Co. judgment for plaintiff for $200, very' much Indeed, the talks they have weight PERMANENTLY froni 12. Wm. Bryant vs. II. P. Watts mo- received from Rev. Hale the past week. to 15 pounds a month. NO Starving His talks are impressive and instruc- sickness or injury; NO Publicity. tion for new trial overruled. S. A. McShcrry, etc. vs. O. P. Wil- tive and each morning we leave the They build up the health and beauti Chapel with new thoughts in. our fy the complexion leaving noWRINK lis ju Ignicut for deiendant. I.E8 01 flabbiness. STOUT d minds, new things to ponder over MENS and difficult breathing ABDO. J. P. Hill vs. C O. & S. W. surely for deiendant. greatand a feeling that we. have been judgment relieved. NO EXPERIMENT but ly benefitted. Bro. Hale will always a scientific and positive relief.adopted J. W. Nicholson vs Isaac Foster AH judgment lor defendant for one cent. have a welcome from the members of only after years of expedience Boatd of Tmstceslown of Beaver the school, and we hope to have him orders supplied direct from our ofwith us every morning during his fice. Price 82.00 .per package or Dam vs. C. O & S W. railroad three packages for 85.00 by mail judgment dismissing petition of stay in the city. Testimonials and particu-ar- e Thursday rooming, Mrs. Motton plaintiff. (sealed) 2 cents. Motion for new trial in the Whit- - Mrs. G. B. Williams, Mrs. Dr. J. T. All correspondence strictly confMiller, Mrs. W. G. Hardwlck, Miss idential. taker incest case overruled. E T. Williams, Adm'r S A. Will-lam- s, Stella Thomas and Dr. I. Foster, PARK REMEDY CO., vs. Carrie A. Williams sub- City; Messts. Ollie White, and W. J. Bostou, Mass. mitted to the couit for judgment. Louisville, were visitors at Com'th vs. Gcoige Oaus for grand Morgan General X Wednesday morning. larcenycontinued, The following attended General Com'th vs. the Cor.clnrnttl Cooptrinl. erage Co Exercises Thursday morning: Messrs. Circuit Court will adjourn Henry Griffin, R, T. Collins, J. L. morning. Carson, M. Bean, Misses E,va Morton, I.11111I lOr.S.lp. Verda Duke, City; George Rdley, Having jut uturuel from Kansas, Louisville and C. C. Herring, White I wish to dispose ol about 400 acres Plaines. of laud in three or four tracts nnd in neighborhood of Green River Church. One Fur. office. We The C. O. & S. W R. R. and the Will sell said lands cheap and on e.uy terms. I can be fouud by mail L &N. will give, one fare for the nt Cromwell and will be nt my old round trip to the State Encapment of G. A. R.Dep't of Kentucky, which homestead 2 miles east. meets at Howling Gieen April 11. Q G C. HUTMUt. V 1 3- (I) (D 0) 5' to (D a p. 3- - well-fille- ct-(- fire-wat- -- i o t- u -h bed-side- P r n p - O o C 1 y, o to C a To-da- y (0 0 o FATPEOPLE r r CQ rail-roa- m r .on All parties needing horse or jack bills should bring or send them to The Repubare lican well prepared tpjftdp' good work,; teiA i . SZs- . -- . ' . .. f AAgMTi..-- v i '. I,4t J1. "frawtewjfa .HkmoKa2Miwx,m&s&ii. . aiu ..Wiiaai-- ' tifc tatwaau'iSiajgaks tA-f- S90 Vou Should this FACT. Hartlord Republican I'MIMY, THE Thcrt-nrc- , MAIICII 33, I894. SECOND LOVE. . ' Throe llttlo mnlJer enrto tc vi one day Prom Mystery's Klnciloui anJ bcgeal "bo might stay. Thcro was small need for nsUIng for llttlo . rnro Of tho wonderful Uiflcrcneo between Two nml nlrunne matlicmntlci nnd problem nbstrusci Tbcro nro terms nlgcbrnlt Ic poo thr obtme: Hut thoslrnnircBtof all ilrowre tntginui to mo Is tho wonderful problem of One, Two nnd know sho Three. flushed with ImppltiChn. The resolute milliner of the doctor, convoying tho idea that ho .was being h worn to snatch his bride from the jaws of death, his friend serious and sympathetic, the gaudy bridesmaid perhaps never hud k genuine 1111 occasion for tears. When the pathetic reaches n certain pitch, tho ludicrous biiinetimes cymes in to rel'cve the tension. Tho pendulum swings. It was a custom of tho old parson that dispensed connubial ties In that section to bring tho bride a present. He had ridden many miles with a queer thing fastened to his saddlebags, which he brought lu and gavo tho bride with awkward ceremony, explaining that he alwajs "got 'em all alike, so as there wouldn't be no Tho quaint little stronger brought nothing but smiles. And queer llttlo manners nnd Innocent wiles, With numberless graces our hearts to enAnd now she's enthroned as thr mlMrrsj of nil Ah, dear llttlo lady I 1 thlnti of tho tlmo When n lotcr went wooing n maiden sublime; And bo thought that no loimf moro tender could be: Ilut ho knew not tho difference between Two and Three. thrall It was a bonnet, covered with bright, cheap flowers, which he insisted on putting on the sick bride's How slmplo wo were nnd how little wo knew, head. When rules wero established for governing you; This incongruity furnished a vent You've broken them nil, and you sit thcro to tho strained feelings of the party. serene. As If no wero subjects nnd you were a queen. husband When tho newly-mad- e shook tho parson's hand, and as- This raro llttlo maiden must grow by and by; Ah. the hearts that will flutter, tho lips that sured him that no gift could have wlllslghl been more appropriate, the poor And between Ono nnd Two much loving there'll be; man, though well satisfied, was a greater between To nnd . Hut she'll find It far trifle puzzled. 1 hrco. In the cabin home, Bessie seemed Though fato be n tyrant nnd tlmo bring us 111: to grow better. She became inter- Though tears bo our portion, we'll smile through them Btlll; ested in the ranch, the sheep raising, Nor envy tho state of tho proudest grandee, ' of the young lambs Content with our problem ef One, Two nnd and was fond which were brought in. Three Boston Trarecrlpt Tho two friends vied with each other in making her comfortable. MODERN CHIVALRY. They ranged the country for such delicacies as could be had, which she showed them how to prepare and 1IV LIZZIE YOItK CASK. forced herself to tiwte. They made merry over their do-- 1 " 'I (ell yer, gentlemen, lilt's on-- ! possible to rise corn niul riss it right mestic blunders and daily brought of fun from outside. . the budget without litigation. "I supposo ho meant irrigation, ' The inquiry of the but far bo it from me to criticise neighbors: "How's yo' ole woman ? always "brought down tho a member of the school board," laughingly said tho hantKonie young house," and Ilossie's slaves, as sho man that had just entered the cabin. called the two friends, paid her "These neighbors of ours must be mock deference as "the ole woman." Tho young nuni were scarcely contho funniest people on earth, or do you invent these jokes for their scious how largely she entered into medicinal effect?" inquired the sick their lives until the turn came and old, smiling, from her confor table they had to face the fact that she was fading rapidly. chair. At hwt the dread messenger en"Oh, I'm not equal to that; my Imagination is a more snark. n till tered the cabin and tho three reso- low dip, so to speak, compared to ; lto nature,, who had made a brave their brilliancy. And the fun of it , "U"1 "gumsi mm, nan u yicm. God reward vou. dear old chums," is they arc so unconscious." the dying girl said, feebly, giving a Two young men and n sick girl, hand to each. The doctor bent low to catch her accustomed to the refinements of civilization, trying to consider life a last word. "My husband! I may great joko in this rude cabiu on a call you so once. Hear my confession. On vour part it was friend ranch on mv It was a romantic situation, and ship, uoble, "deucedly unconventional," as they part it was love, stronger than dcath."- - -- Detroit Free Tress. admitted. One of the men a young doctor Crimes and Punishments. had buried a charming wife, and was Beheading was unknown a a punrushing away from sad memories to try life in n now laud, together with ishment in England until after tho Norman conquest. another young adventurer. g When in New York, where they were Branding and had stayed n few days, they mot favorite political punishments in Bessie Mnsson, an old school friend England 200 years ago. of both, apparently dying with conMost Austrian criminals arc besumption, and quite nlono in tho tween the age of -- Q and .'JO, and SO world. per cent, are unmarried. She had longed for a breath of tho The Jewish laws made witchcraft balmy south, a last chance for life; a capital crime. "Thou shalt not but under the circumstances it was suffer a witch to live." useless. Now tho coming of theso In 1830 tho prisons of this country friends revived the thought. contained 10.:! IS Americans and . "Go with us," said the doctor; foreigners. "vou will got well. AVe will ndopt The proportion of eld offender:) In you." franco increased from 10 per cent, "Oh, to think of it restores me al- in 1S2U to 13 pjr cent. ii. 1630. most; but it i. impossible." The impulsive young men, perSaved. suading themselves that the change The chief Powhatan was about to would savo the girl's life, finally pulverize Mr. John Smith when a succeeded in overcoming her scrushriek rent the air and Pocahontas ples. stood beside them. Sho boro tho journey nurvelously, "Stay!" he commanded. nnd leaving her in a little hotel in "Ah," exclaimed Smith, who was Texas, they prepared to set up housekeeping on a slice) ranch not far olT. noted for his fertility, in resource, I The doctor, riding over evwy day "your tiro the first girl ever loved." Pocahontas was just graduated to seo tho sick girl, soon became and believed everything she heard, convinced that more care was needunci so they were married. Truth. ed than could be had in that place. Beside their cabin fire, the two On the Baseball Grounds. friends held a consultation, and tho Excited Spectator I'll bet twenverdict was that Bessie must como ty dollars he makes a home run. home. Diminutive Peanut Peddler-Fi- ve "We must tke care of her," they u bag, gentlemen, II von bag. said. "Yes, by George! now we've Brooklyn Life. brought her so fur away. But ought we to adopt her, or marry a lUlilOUS WOMAN I I I kind-hearted I far-awir- y nose-slittin12,-11- jealousy." I ' I I n His took place at hisjiwn house in 1862, the cctcmouics being conducted Knov by Rev. Tltcrel and Rev. Dr. I.orin Wade. A full copy of his ordination, certified to by J. V. Mantling, then That a i u M t & Co. County Recorder, can be found on op Make AoQAp page 120, Rook A of miscellaneous of records in the Recorder's office in this county. These credentials he held un ".'.ITichKas Ho l;Q,VAL. til his death. He preached regularly in thc.Wyalusing Church for some iA vjTANDA,tD QuAl.rTV?s7(lGHT I time, and at times iu several other I ri si1 r ..' . i i rinrsj'Ti churches of other denominations than ' UG& Excelsior his own, for no man was more respecand Softool Furnlsblns Goaipaiy,? ----r. ted by all, or more welcome to any pulpit. lie had the greatest love for Christians, wherever he found them. The first funeral sermon he preached was that of Harrison Dean, in l'ebru- )'t" 1 Kl---.?2- 3. h. 'liiTTSZ ry 1803, the last was that of Mrs. David Clark, of Mt Ida in 189?. Alt told he prououccd the last words of comfort and hope for 134 persons. His wife died May loth, 1888, and since that time, II, J. Rorah and George R Rorah nnd wife have lived with him. He was a very industrious imn and n'liHtS'wiV.- -: r'.ftf.'vAViiiiJa"1 .rnrrrsirt.i:smxi Sma Thc Host Stto ." in spite of his rrlvanccd age would iniiaoiiiVfciauaieio viirn.-- J .iKZ.J???: for I lie La.uI Money, gm Sfb. czuoauuziiaxxttusaimnus iaaBQtryvLHi sist in helping about the place. On the 30th day of last August he was FOR helping to I ike down a hay derrick Cincinnati, Ohio, U. S. H. J. G. BflOOKE, Prcs. and Gen'l mv. GENTLEMEN. when one of the poles flew out of its place, striking him on the head, the OFFICE OF SlTKKlNTKtNDKN'n $5, 84 and S3. 50 Dross Shoe. concussion producing death on the 3d OF ITBUO INSTKl'CTIOS, 8S.G0 Police Shoo, 3 Solos. chilof September. He leaves three Fiauklort, Ky., .Ian. 17, I.S1N. ) dren, Mrs. Cynthia Carnahan, of Long SMisi XwL $2.00, $2 for Worklngmon. Island, Kansas, and II. J. and George Excelsior School Desk Co.. Cincinnati, O. 82 and $1.76 for toys. SjiiiX'-XsJ CV Vlv GENTLEMEN: Having examined with somecaro the Map., Charts K Rorah, of Mt. Idi. Mr. Borah's LADIES AND MISSES, T d&,M 4 r l, rVi" nr...'.w funeral services wcte conducted by Globes and Blackboard Material winch you propose to oiler to the tclinula ol $3, 82.00 82, $1.75 the Rev. Meriting at Mt. Hope and a this State under the law icipiiriuir such illustrative apparatus, I can recomnnv dtalcr CACTI ON.-- Ir Ttr lou V. I.. Iloucluii of friends never belarger gathering lioft nl a roilumt tirltr mend them as being of good material, good workmanship, nnd Hiitnhle lor r fin) alio ! tlirm wltli-ofore assembled at Mt. Ida to pay their iiy .cr-mcgtho tmmo k&uh . f w "U flk on ma unworn, ilamffd vr - a last respects and do honor to the the use of our teachers. Your plan to sell them in combination, ami thu, pui una .usi- - fc x .QSfcfcCT.'1' kfiiiin r& uown sinrniua. 'itv T- vof any one, than met to do as you assure me. very tnatci hilly reduce the price ol the whole, U to lie tl " iEttV't - - "uf ira Tit. memory honor to Rev. Valentine Rorah, a man commended, and especially so as your outfit is made to cover sulblantially whose whole life was an unquestionour whole school course as laid di.wn in Sec. '21 ol the School Law. The ed example ot ch'risti.111 charity and fitting, Rive W. L. DOUGLAS Shoe nrc stjIMi, easy Try one ami nml hebcttcf lour classes you have artanged, from which trustees may chooe, at specific love to his fellow man. pair t.illi.l.ictlon at the pilcct mltettleil than any other inaVc. The above Valentine Borah was a prices ranging ftoin S2."i to So') lor a complete outfit, is a gieut point iu The etampltif ot W. L. Doutilas' tiinic nml price on the hottom, whlcli tlielr x.ilno, h.ii' thoiit..iiuN ol'ilollarn nntinally to those ho car thcin. H iamntce brother of Mrs. Caroline Chapman, of your invor I'cslor whopiikli llnvali! of W . I.. lini';la Sliooi jiali'l ciiktoni' m, which liclpt to Reda, and has many fiiciuls and retho alc OH tnclr full lino of ;oi1h. iiiry mu nlloril n tl nt n Ic.j irit'.t, - Ficlli'iP I niomy l.r ltnliij n't . vnnr f..ntwnr of Hi i1ft.1r uw' 'i in 1 latives in the southern patt of this iiMMllrntlon. ildllul.AH, lroiUto:i, K.U5 I . J liclJWi Ca'wloisuo trco county. P. KEN PROW. Sulphur SpringB, Ky. lic was licensed to preach. orill-nntio- EXGELSiOR SCHOOL DESK CO. 1 r Hon. Ed. Porter Thompson, Superintho State, tendent of Public Instruction has the following to say in regard to the goods of this Company: st. louis t Illif f I 1 flirt fnr Mmfcrw& LJ '';' ?)" . .r 7 'v.! km a V' yt i 1 W. L DOUGLAS $3 SHOE 0uMi 1 cfi:," i yj&ml I , r l m. w.j.-- . ucaiO .ii---.- ,. con-ince- d. -- Aycr's Cherry Teetotal possesses powerful healing qualities, which mnnilest themselves whenever this remedy is employed in colds, coughs throat or lung troubles. Its anodyne and expectorant effects are promptly realized. It is a chemical success and a medical triumph. March meeting held at this place by the colored peo- pie has just closed. Although the meeting began under very unfavorable circumstances, the congregations being very small, careless and unconcerned, verifying the old adage, "The hat vest is ripe and the laborers are few,"but after a few days the Spirit's power was made manifest and the congregations, consisting of both white and black, increased from day to until the house could not contain them. It was a meeting that will be long remembered on account of its influence being felt over the whole community, there being four conversions and eight backsliders reclaimed. I have bjen preaching for thirteen years and have never seen as good order as we had on this occasion. At the close of the meeting a collection was taken up and the people, both white and colored, responded liberally. The contributions were so numerous that I will not ask to publish each name seperately. The white people ofCioniwell and vicinity will be held in gr.ikful remembrance by us, both for their pies-enc- e at the meeting, and for their liberal contributions. C'KO.MMVt i:i.l,. The ten days 14. Those Goods arc perfectly reliable and the Coni)any is represented by a home man. Plb' ATTENTION -- FARMERS! s-ULy W. m JSAMWESSi Soeal Ag't l A Come to Hartford -- If you xTsrctJDLt to STJLKire OR A DISK - TL.QV7, OuiltiX7-ci-to- r HARROW I TO SEIv TIIE- - Or if TtTOijl Want a. ixx tlxo or a.ia.'srtlxlTa.e AT ilel'M V M i y iv r.L. v. j .HVfl'i Arxrrra! -- IUX-- BOTTOM mA - - PHICES s yw 'S U&Y J w- ' X'Vl '1 . V N. r svtw YAAfc .-- r. 7 i Don't fail tOlDiiytliom ox General Blacksmith and SPRING OPENING OF C. L. J. D. WILLIAMS. Wood-worker, Beaver JJaTn, JSLy. K Field's car of Buggies just from the Surprise Washin j.' achine, Steel Single Trees and Hoes. Davis Carriage Company. MONEY by Buying from HIM. Will sell you a Buggy, Harness, Lap Duster nnd Whip from li0.()0 up to ilt)M. The Davi3 Carriago Company lias tlie reputation of building in Cincinnati. J-A...L Andkuw Jackson, ' He will save you Pastor of Uethleheni colored Baptist Church, Utica, Ky. The use of Hall's Hair Rcncwer promotes the growth of the hair and restores its natural color and beauty, frees the scalp of dandruff, tetter, and all impurelies. -- tie best Buggy for the money ot any Factory NBSW VOSUS TRIiyNE WEE XL sr' I'll c.Mln If ' LnM 41, ,14.. "I've had more experience than you." The next day ho told Bessie that tho cabin was quito comfortable now, that they had accomplished wonders in the way of furnishing nnd decorating. "You ought to seo itl Beats this place all hollow. Now we only need 11 woman for company. Tact Is, Bessie, you must give me a husband's right to bring you homo and get you well." "Dear, kind old schoolmate, I seo it all now. How selfish I was to let you burden yourself with a dving her?" can't U'ontlilenco In Dr. I'lerco's Fuvorit Ii cscrintlon. ' Hero Is a tonic for tiicd-ou- t wo- nmnlicxx), a uinuly for all Its peculiar ills anil iiilmeiiti. and lif it doesn't bclp jou, there's "nothing to jiny. Vliat more can you ask for, in a iiiwlii'lno ? Tho " rrcstrlption " will build up, nnd invigorate thu cntlru ftmalo system. It rc'totc- - and )ironiotcs all tbo Improves diinier functions.the blood, disgestion, enriches pel) aches and ttains, brines w bo It's just as easy to try One Minute CoughCurc as anything else. It's easier to cute a severe cold or 'cough with it. Let your next purchase fora cough be One Minute Cough Cure. Better medicine; better result; better tiy it. I.. IJ. Bean. So come and Kk bu3nM - judge for yourself. mam T T T - ' T tJ doin't No better aid to digestion, No better cure for dyspepsia, UCTO Nothing more reliable lor biliousrcfiohins tlwp, and restores ' ness and constipation than DeWitt's bcnltb nnd Mtor. In " fcinaio complaints" of ncry 'dnd nnd I.ittle Iiarly Risers, the famous little in all chronic wcnknescs und pills, h. U. Bjin. derangements, It's tbo aittu If it aunrtinleril remedy. cosh of every Jtinnev bad;. t or suffering uomnn, sho'll linva her tired-ou- V2i HlS IfZZA U ISl &J M Vtm (INCORPORATED.) Tho (rro.it practical IlusinosB nnrt Shorthand coiicgos. i tiny trlvu n, ji ispnrt Tralnlnir. nml miccosk. Ciitnloiruorree. to linsluoss hnos Sponrur, l'nVt, .I. 1". l'lwh, Scc'y. Addrcsn .Spuncorlau College at Boolc-Kcopl- rci T m ra 5S f.a www mi rar n ct bj &l rn EHuemwa a Pusptaipofti: ONE YEAR Address all orders to d I.OUI8VIHO, Ky.r ywensuoro, Ky., or Evansvlllo, Ind. stj:bjso.t.2::bdei "r "- -' .. benefit or cure, In tbo girl." "Nonsense, Bess; we'll get you well. And then wo really need you, nnd If you don't como we will not bo safe; wo need your protection. An Amazon rode up yesterday and brought n present. What do you think it was?" "Something sentimental, I should w N Nothing ingot in its place by n dealer, though it may 1k better for him to nil, can l " Juit us good " for you to buy. Ohlfiinr.v 3io, Anv; pfj ?sn,Vi SCt '.Oujajanc; puonny 'uuui '!;"AV'J JnII!.Y tsojppv .i!3 niliuc3 pjuo lujsod ptiog 03JJ joj sanb.-..'""'I'-'I11 1 '(; THE REPUBLICAN 7irr IIAHTFOIUJ ltKI'UBLICAN,Hartford, Kentucky - in - judge." "Correct!" suid tho doctor. "It was butter. Sho had it In a bottle that she carried next her heart. It was melted when feheyavo it to inc." "Which the heart or the butter?" asked Bess who could not help seeing the funny side, no inaltei how she felt. mood Then with quickly-changinshe said: "But I cannot permit you to make further sacrifice for me. It is a tfleai case of modern chivalry." "Well, If that's what you call it, one so seldom gets a chance to do the heroic I don't Intend to let this one slip." "But there is a memory," sho urged, "sc near." Instantly theyouiigdoetor became serious. "Yes, very near and precious; and for the sake of this you will see it it! best." g Some people nlways shed tears, at a wedding, no mutter how happy tho occasion. Tho big, strong-armehostess of the hotel, iu bright calico gown, who htood up with tho best man, did justice to the circumstances in tho lachrymal line. Tho sick girl's eyes shone llko stars, and her thin checks wero d Rev. Valentine Borah was born in Butler county, Kentucky., Oct. 24 1815, and was the youngest of ten children of (Jeorgc and Mary Jane Borah He was raised on a farm nnd followed the business during life. He juiue-- the Hiplist Church nt Beaver Dam, Ohio county, Kentucky, when a young mm, About 1S40 he was n C3J3IIJ O) .)3tlOIIJJtl ptIU 1JOJJ.1 JL'tltlb'jad one who helped to organise the Saepj o.vjU pjuoijit iiozpjs opojj)ud XjoAg lem church in Butler county and he was the church treasurer, an office croiAttv ciooo which he held as long as he lived in Kentucky. In 1845 he married Miss ?ila:if i'or.sons Jane Shelton and to them were bom ir brolcn down I oni nicruorlcorhonst-bcUwni uronn'ji Hitter three childien, one of whom died ; 1 1, n'.l.N tliuyste:'i, nl.lii'.l.'CiUou, removes ex- l,!!u im.l i nrj umlrttU. Ue theKcmiUm .i,i sonic years ago. His wife died January 22tl, 1852, and in February ol C(3TIXI)1'1I.1TT, the following year lie was married to KoirnoiiMiir. (J. Martin and the Mrs. lvlizabetli union was blessed with two children, one ol whom died iu 1857. Mr. to Wisconsin in April 1853 and settled near the village of Mt. Ida. CREAK When he came he found but three pettons in bin vicinity who professed Christ. They wete Mother Conley, YEARS Mother Adkitis, and Mrs. Jacob FOR Largely through his efforts "the Has led all Worm Remedies. Mt. Ida Baptist Church was organized EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. nml he was always one of its leading ROVD KVEUYWHEIU3. rrtpire4 1 CirilABPSOS mincm to., it. tons. members and it was not long befo Ij-i.- pun isr)raj3 )( inotjii.u Jiuopi )n3 oi;i l j.i'iisiao 1 : baijh sjunp u iit;i4imy oiuj iioiIfoj.!' a f.i jo oiif) cin3iM-jjjiujn.;p.-loj,- i nu.ijj.iiuy nip tiaiifcrmd 'a.k:iONu3;. mvoimuky "Ml ioi l!j:s tp ;ou Ai. '10 ojca tiajpn k jnduil ou:ni( nip JajJV 'npipkO'I Av.. X.in.n iij ;3Jt!s.-.- t Bl) ll pU OJ X)lip BJI (,j ji 'nop 3.1)0.1,1 jo Xojiod tiuspnuiy nip unpen) t3i.v anilud ntiintji.p jo uopupinip nip j.itpu.i) p:3pn! is.iiuj l,:l!n n,l c,, r icvcriLc ?" j h. .aELER'SDil y k' jINTMENT: CURES NOTHINQ BUT PILES, A SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for IB years as the BES'V REMEDY FOR PILES. lj KICIUBDSOJ BIOICIK CO., BT. MChk. ihh D OLLARS WORMS iVHITE'S 20 VERMIFUGE Bo-ra- h. miulo easily anil honorably without tal, cliitliiK your bpmo hours. Any man. oniaii, hoy, or nil I can do tho work iiamh TalMii:,' lly, A.'ltliont g Xotlilnj; llko It for evi r sllorcil before. Our workcra Xo tlmo witbtcd In alwiyn proAinr. AVo tenth you In IctirnliiK tho business. it night how to micccciI from tho llrt a. trial wltliout exhour. Vou can mako pense to yourself. Wo start you, furnish everything to curry on tho business successfully, and guainntco you OKalnst falluto If you .but follow our Header, If simple, plain Instructions. you aro lu need of ready money, and want to know ull about tho best paying business before thu public, bciiU us your address, nnd wo will mall you a Uoeu-uuBlvlng you all tho particulars. money-makinnct-dcut PER MONTH In Your Own Locality capi- -- VO-WM. aro manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal directly with he consumer, thus saving him ihe per cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices ar e teas Respectfully, onaule, and we guarantee satisfaction. We Will aCallaLG. & TRUE A CO., Box 400, F. A. AMES Owensboro, Ky. CO. Augusta, Maine.