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Hot OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THIS TAG Will show how you i aland with no uopuoiican. way up and onoyoarln Advance nnd we III soncl yon Tlio Louisville Wookly Commercial ono yoai froo. Subscribo at onco. TSRM3 $1.25 Publisher. ME PARTY ill 1118 FOURTH COMESSIQNAL 3!5.gltf . hi Aeooq, h Adrancs. VOL. VI. I,III1NV1M.E,NI'. l.OIHH A TKX. R.R louhiills. S HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1894. unovr.ttix tiiiimvajii. Highest of all in Leavening Power. & NO. 37. Lnli mi liluj . NOV. J, 1MI. Latest U. S. Gov't Report L N. Y. TRinOKB, EClII'.DUMi IN EFFECT WIOT HOUND. I,T. Uiils lllo Weil Point Jlrntitlenliiirn Irtlnston p.!i ii'pntt Clorinrt'. lUwmvlllo No.M, No.M, Dully. Dally. 2.1 p. in. 7il8 . in. 811 m. 7:20 p. m. :I7 . m. S.07 1. m. 1 37 p. m. . " 10.2-m. 8.21 p. m. 0:10 n. m. 1MI ! Ilitln. in, ID.lop. m.V Baking Powder Ornboro Hpotlntille Ar. llniilcrton HAST HOUND. I.cw!lort II: k ticw I I'M J k V s before be can get to tho door," said she. 0i Emily Elkton'o Advonturo at And with two prodigious slashe I Al.pott..; Swampy Gornore, Dakota. of tho hatchet sho cut away tho llniiiflTllle.. Cloyprport .... board path which led across a series Tho stntlon at Swnmpy Comers of rugged bowlders to- - tho railway Blophfni!.. ,. p. m, Lifcis .. ....Jlipa .,n. J,V never a plcturesquo spot, oven 11:29. m. 7:31 p. m, In tho bluo glow of tho sunniest v pint form. "There!" she cried, hurrying back Vi.05 p. in. 5.05 p. m, Vil 1'olnl Juno day; but on this chill October to the inside warmth and brightness . l:0O p. m. 9.05 P. ni. Ar. I.oul'vllli. night, lth tho first Hiiowflakes of as if a wholo brigade of pursuers Ti.ln No. 61 n J No. 52 mki connection the season eddying in tho slow, un- were at her heels. "That's done. I Irvlnjlon (Hunilnjr excepted) wild lrin on decided way tho first nd K feel safer now. But I must hang llrlln'iirir A Wcrlfrn II. havo through tho gray air and tlio the lantern out beforo Uncle Abct Iwuml. Tor further lifrmatinn, iMre II. C, MUltbUK, Oen. IVr Au't. tall hemlocks swaying this way and salom comes back. I don't want I.ocl.Tllle, Ky. that way In tho raw wind, it looked him to fall down and break his dcur especially dreary. ' old neck." Emily Elkton shuddered as sbo Sho bad just seated herself with a TO QWEHSBORO WHEN YOU GO stood looking out of ono'of tho panes sigh of relief when something like a In tho of glass clumsily inserted big firefly blazed on her vision for a CAM. ON framework by way of window. brief second only; then it wis gone. "No, Miriam," sbo said, 'Vou "A dark lantern," sho said t hercan't go." self. "I am suro now that I hear "But I've got to go!" said Miriam, tho sound of feet on the platform. sympathetically compressing her There aro two or three people thcro lips as sbo tightened tho straps of perhaps more. They have learned For thr. final and Moil ArtUlie Work, parcel sho was fastening ono that I am alono with all that Si. , Utteeen the any sue or style. Frtdcrica notch at n time. money," 6m37 3rd and Uh. "And lcavo mo bcro.nlone?" Sho clasped her hands over her you, I eyes and shivered as she heard a won't "Nobody hurt reckon," said Miriam, a strong-featurecrash, a smothered exclamation, a woman of forty, with a bristsuppressed buzz of voices. "Someling upper Up like n man's. one has fallen down that cellar! (St. Louis Southwestern Hy.) "If you go," said Emily, "I'll go, Oh, how fortunate it was I thought TO too." of that." "Not much," composedly spoko And now a low whisper came up Miriam; "tliar ain't room in Pete through tho carelessly joined boards much as a of the lloor. Sbo could distinguish Midler's buckboard for so THE ONLY LINE sheet o' pnpor arter mo and hlm's j tho words: "Hold on! Bo carcfull With through Car Service from in. liesidcs, what 11 your Uncle AbTho front door is fastened, for I Ntn i salom say when ho comes back and tried it. You can all of you got laiffiHifl finds nobody hero? Ef tho fire goes down cellar, nnd'eomcup that way." Tfi . out ewrything'd freeze still, and Emily's heart gave an exultant Good-by- , Yes, Poto, I'm jump. Tho cellar door, a mass of Emllyl" timber In which sbo bad tho fullest No change of Cars to "Ob, I forgot," coming back and confidence, was securely bolted. Sho mechanically lowering her voice, alpeered out into tho stormy darkthough there was no ono but the ness. By the occasionally displayed Oil INTEKMKDITK POINTS. gray cat by tho stove to bear tho gleam of tho lantern she could seo a words. "Tho ticket money and two huddled innss of figures creeping rolls o' golden eagles as the pay- down tho cellar steps. in tho noon master's call Last of nil disappeared the lanthrough Coaches ami train i3 in tho red chest under your Carrying Tra verging the uncle's bed. I reckoned it 'ud bo tern Itself, ono leisurely step at a Ptillnmn Sleeper. time; and then, consummating a fillet farming, grazing and timber Fnfer thai- - than in tho money plan which sho had long been conto give it to drawer. Don't forget lands. Ami reaching the most proscocting in her mind, Emily mndo a him fust thing when bo gets back." dash out into tho night, closed tho perous town? and cities in tlio "Forget!" echoed Emily, wringtwo divisions of tho ccllnr door ing her hnndfl in frantic desperation. a bang, barred them and fled patrly "Hut I won't bo left in charge of itl lug into the house. Ycildinp I'll assunio no such responsibility. FARMING LANDS. By this timo there wnfl a brisk I Insist upon your taking it with knocking on tho cellar door, a cryabundantly all tho ceieals, corn and you!" cotton, nml especially adapted to tho Tho remonstrance, however, camo ing out of: "Open tlio door! Lotus cultivation of email iniils and early too late. Miriam bawled out somo in!" But to theso cnll3 Emily Elkton indistinct reply and tlio next sound vegetable!. paid no heed, and it was only when Affording Misi Elkton heard was tho creaking n hand was suddenly laid on her GRAZING LANDS. of the buckboard wagon as it turned utexcellent pasturage during almost the tho sharp curvo below tho gleaming shoulder from behind that she tered a piercing scream and lost all entire j car, and comparatively clot-line of railway switches. to the great markets. ."She's gone," cried Emily, clasp- her presence- of mind. "Why, Emmy!" exclaimed a faTIMBER LANDS. Coveied with ing her hands like tho tragic muse, miliar voice. "Why, child, what's almost inexhnuMiblo forests of yellow "and left mo alone with all that monAnd tho camp only three mil's the matter?" pine, cypress and the haul woods ey! "O, Unclo Absalom, how you up tho mountains full of Italians and common to Arkansas and Eastern Chinese, and the mines and thewholo frightened mcl JO, dear, tho cellar is full of burglars and robbersl Texas. neighborhood Infested with desperaReach down your gunl Got tho hot ho procured on reasonable and does! And Undo Absalom not Can homo until two o'clock in water kettle!" advantageous terms. "Burglars, eh?" said Unclo Abthe morning, and the bolt broken off tho door, and tho key's a misfit, and salom. "Robbersl Why, whar on t Willi nml iiiit All nothing but a hook and a staple be- yarth did they como from? Suro yo Hale t III Hip ain't mistook, sissy? Anyhow, I'll tween nic and destruction. 'cm." bo ready In Rhode "Oh, why didn't I stay Ho advanced toward tho cellar Isinnd? What evil spirit possessed to come out hero In Dakota, door with his loaded revolver U his Ael: your nearest Ticket Agent for pie wliero ono might as well bo buried hand. maps, timo tables, etc., and write to cdivo and dono with it?" To Emily's infinite alarm bo unbolted tho. cellar door and flung it any of tho following lor all informa-tio- n Emily had como out. west, partly you may desire concerning tho because thoro seemed nothing to do wide open. There, crowding on tho narrow t homo and partly because Unclo trip to tlio Great Southwest. o Absalom had written that ono of his wooden steps, stood Andrew R. T.G.MATTHEWS, Misses Almondslcys,Leonl-dn- s nieces could como very handy nino Dis't Pass. Agt., Louisqillo, Ky. Mix and Sister Marietta and Dr. for a housekocpor at Swampy Cor' E. W. LaBEAUME, ners, in the stnto of Dakota, If sho Cllffo's two chubby daughters. G. P. &Tkt. Agt., St. Louis, Mo. could bo spared. "Wo camo," said Markham, rather And inoro especially sbo lind como shamefacedly, "to glvo Miss Elkton J. A. EDSON, becauso sbo had Incidentally learned n birthday surprise. Wo'ro sorry Gen'l Supt., Texarkana, T'.x. "that Andrew Markbam was ono of "Walk In walk in!" cried Unclo tho engineers in chnrge of tlio now lino of railway on tho other slopo of Absalom, ids faco ono full moon V tho mountain, which undertaking In- broad smiles. "No need of bcln' volved tlio camp and tho great der- sorry for nothin. You're nil How on earth did' yo know It ricks and steam drills and tho gangs -- C. d was Emmy's twentieth birthday?" d Chlneso and of ' "In this auspicious manner began (The Mississippi Valloy Route.) Italians. " "Not that that signifies," Emily Emily Elkton's first acquaintance TO had plausibly told herself; "but, of with tlio young pcoplo who wcVo neighLOUISVILLE, CIN. course, it's pleasant to be somewhero destined to bo Tier EVANSVILLE, within a hundred miles of an old ac- bors. AND ALL POINS EAST. quaintance" "It's my fault," acknowledged Andrew Mnrkham bad been to seo honest Marietta Mix. "I was do TO her twice, and both times sho had tcrmlncd that you should havo a surmado up her rnind that tho far west prise. Andrew wasn't half willing, Or- Memphis, Vicksburg. New was tlio only plnco to livo in. but I insisted. You see, I didn AND ALL POINTS SOUTH. Alono In the housol During the think thcro would over bo any otltfr way of getting acquainted with you, wholo of her sojourn nt Swampy TO Corners such a thing had never hap- Miss Elkton. And wo know that Andrew was so interested in you." St- Cairo, Chicago, pened to her beforp. Louis, "Nonsense!" cried Emily, blushSho shivered at tho very click of AND ALL POINTS NORTH tlio 3nowllakes against tho window, ing. AND WEST. "Isltnonsonso, though?" retorted tho creak of the boards in tlio lloor, tho slow drip of tho water In tho Marietta. "Well, timo will shdw." bIiow. Six did timo And Memphis with through kitchen sink, where- Unclo Absalom , Connecting at months afterward but, after all, liad recently introduced tho modern trains to all points in conwhere is tho upayk turning over tho improvements of a water-tap- , nected by pipes with tho spring In leaves of tho Ibook of fato? Lot all truo lovers' guess for themselves tho spruce glen above. Boston Then Emily remembered that sho how tlio (natter ended. Rates, Tickets, and all information -' Nervously Globe. no supper. had had will bo furnished on application to glancing nbout her, sho tiptoed to Tho Complete Lettor Writer. nearest ticket agent. your tho cupboard and took a glusa of bread and cheese. Mistress I found in your room a milk nud a llttlo T. B. LYNCH, As sho replaced tho tumbler on tho lottcr of mlno that had been taken G.P. A., Douisvillc. Ky. shelf sho heard footsteps upon tho out of my writing caso. What is tho meaning of this? frozen ground outside. Cook Oh, ma'am, I only wanted It's just as easy to try One Minute "It's my imagination," sho said, CoughCure as anything; else. It's after listening for. a second. "But to copy it for my sweetheart! Mistress What can ho want with easier to cure-- severe cold or cough I won't bo frightened so. T will bo It? with it. Let your next purchase fora bravo." Cook Please, ma'am, he's In tho Sho took a hatchot, and sallying cough be One Minute Cough Cure. army, and ho doesn't know how to Better medicine; better result; better forth opened tho cellar door. "If anyono comes bo'll sail down there wrlto mo a lovo lottor.B.nntofl Ah try it. L. B. Bean. lorltti. , ' I I.t. Ilomli'ron Kpollmlllc i.i'cro m. 11:11 p.m. 1:" P- - m. U.Mp, m. n. 12 20 r. m. No.M, No. 53, Doily Dally. . in. 3: lip. m 7i1 3'37 p. Bl. . m :27 . m. 4.25 p, m. m. 6.M p. ra 0.1" 0.3 1 n. m 5:10 p. n 10 01 a.m. 5.57 p. m. .19 p. m. . m. 10 1', lhvsn.m. 1ft 1J n m I 15. gzsz&m ABSQWmVtf PURE dinner given by the Brooklyn Republican Club onMondaycvcn-in- g honor of Mayor Schicrcn and Young, President Kdmund Wetiuore read the, following lines composed by himself, but which he said had been louna'.by Hoke Smith's cook in the royal cabin of the boat Violet: "The news I hcarjusjheavy and dear, A hundred and eighty for Grow! And the Cuckoo bird sings with coun- feit glee. ' M And nobody cares fkr Lily and me, So ofT to the Swajpp I'll go. At Hie Away to the DismaJ.Swamplie speeds Where the truculent Sun never beams: For redhead duck.s,in a deadhead boat And a cargo sufficient to fill up a goat, And be hanged to the Ways and 't .Means. It's North Carolina's sacred soil; ct snow-Hake- s 'Let the Governor know, of course. We'll have no Senate to spoil our sport; Be ready, and maketheintcrvals short That break our solemn discourse.' Where gallant SirWaherliis colony led Their devious course they steer, 'Now David B. and his gang, The House and ths Senate may all go hang, At least I'm Paramount here.' Then into the depths of the Dismal Swamp They turn the Violet's prow, 'Where is the bag the game to hold? 'Twas Judas who carried the bag of old We didn't have room below!' 'Now blanketyblank, thou miscreant knave,' For what do you think I've come? Dost think I'd charter the Union flag, As a mere excuse to cover a jag, And furnish you fellows vith rum? came to cool my fevered brow, Oppressed with cares of State. I came to shun the maddening herd, So lay my plans for term the third, And ine to consecrate. '1 C.Theo.Cain, d Cotton Belt Route .Arkansas, Texas m irua iu U 'But now that I see the game is up, With nothing to bring it down; i.et men prolane, with guouiisn glee, Should say, we only came out on a spree, We'd better return to town!' To the Capital then they homeward sailed, And moored to the dock again. Said Congress: 'If only he'd never Said he: J Two Daily Tiains return!' journ!' And the people said: 'Amen!' " I'rrUletlniM I"ir April. Prof. Hick' Almanac contains the following nccount of the weather for the remainder of the month: From the 17th to the aist another scries of marked disturbances will develop and cross the country from west to east. Storms are apt to be at their crisis, in the central regions especially, aboutthc 19th, 20th, and 21st, each day having for their center af action ascctiou of the continent further and further toward the Atlantic. This, we must insist that the reader remember, exacts that three seperate condi-ion- s exist in as many sections at the same time during the storm period. Fair weather growing warmer, and easterly winds shifting to south, in eastern sections; the area of clouds participation and storms in the middle section, and cool clearing weather and westeily and northern winds in the western section The actual storm area may not cover any particular part more than a few hours orndsy, and whether or not it lias passed east of your region, you may readily by understanding the conditions that go before and that follow after the storms. Nothing helps in this matter more than the intelligent use of a reliable barometer. About the 24th and 25th very threatening local clouds and storms will appear in many places, alter which will the wind currents and change to westerly and cooler. April will end in the midst of a regular storm period, the 20th being the central day. The Murcury equinox is May 3d, attd will tend to carry the last April'storms toward ont of their normal time limits. . We - think the last half of April will bo much more propitious for alU agricultural purposes than the same nionthin 1893, being warmer and freeran most parts destructive from retarding andstorms. de-mi- 'If Congress would only ad- Great Southwest. - lliirNi-niiiK-c-- tick-rlKi- Cotton Belt Route fr Mark-ham.th- On account of the recent freeze the farmers are rcsowing their tobacco beds and we greatly fear the fruit is all destroyed. Messrs. Will Chinn, Tom Robert"Six days shalt thou labor," says son and Ed Durham have gone to the great lawgiver. To do good work, Drakesborough to work at the saw man must be nt his best. This condi- mill of Elwood Mills. tion is attained by the use of Ayer's j Messrs. Joe Robertson and John Sa.saparilla. It overcomes that tired Bullock went to Hartford Monday. feeling, quickens the appetite, imMore anon. B. proves digestion, and makes the weak strong. Hall's Hair Renewcr enjoys the confidence and patronage of people all Cure lor I.ovc. over "Take twelve ounces dislike, one to the civilized world, who use it restore aud keep the haira natural pound of resolution, two ounces of color. the powder of experience largesprig of time, fourteen drams of the cooling Our lady friends will be glad to water of consideration; set them over know that "Toilettes" for April has a gentle fire of love, sweeten it with appeared. The coming of the magathe sugar of forgetfulness, skim it zine is always pleasurably anticipatwith the spoon of melancholia, put it ed; but this particular number will to the bottom of your heart, cork it have been awaited with an eagerness up with the cork of of a sound con- proportionate to its importauce. It science, and then let it remain and exhibits chaining and original examyou will instantly find ease and be re- ples of the new Spring Styles, represtored to your right sense. These senting the latest novelties and most tilings are to be had at the apothecadainty productions of London, Paris ry, at the house of understanding, and New York. Costumes for women next door to reason, in Prudent and Juveniles receive becoming attenStreet, in the city of contentment." tion, the enlargement of the magazine allowing space for many characKrlRliI Spring DnjH. teristic additions to its illustrations. The spring should be It can be obtained from all Newsa season of contentment, happiness dealers, or direct from Toilettes Puband hope. In these bright and pleas- lishing Co., 126 West 53d Street.New ant months the country should enjoy York. Single copies 20 cents. Yearits highest degree of tranquility and ly subscriptions $1.50. prosperity, But spring, it is well known, is often a period of discomfort Tlio Wont ficlnb. and disturbance in the physical sysUXCHANGK. tem. Important organs of the body "What is the meaning of Selah?" become torpid or irregular in theirac-tio- We don't know. A meanand the fact is instantly reflected ings have been given to it. Here are in the mental condition of the indi- some of them: In the Septuagint it vidual. A disordered liver means dis- is supposed to refer to some modulaordered nerves and adullandunsteady tion of the voice in singing. In the brain. Anything which will bring Targum, the Chaldean paraphrase of the physical system into harmony the Old Testament, it is translated to with budding Nature confers an enor- "eternity." Gesenius says that the mous benefit upon the nation, besides most probable meaning is "silence" the mere allaying of physical discom- or "pause," and that it was intended fort. Hood's Sarsaparilladoes this, as to direct the singer to pause while thousands of gratel'ul and happy men the organ plays the interlude or harand women can testify, and increased mony. The word is found seventy-on- e times in the Psalms and three use of this standard spring medicine is of more real practical importance times in Habbakuk. It is omitted in in promoting health and quiet in the the Latin Vulgate, as if it were no business world than reams of abstract part of the text. It is one of the most absurd things ever done. theorizing. n, half-dozen to raising Irish potatoes, grass, corn, whcaffetul oats and stock raising and pay less attention to politics, such a3 we have, they will fate better, owe less and live longer. But men have a natural inclination to do just to the opposite to what they have been advised and that which would be to their best interests, but sonic learn only by experience, and some never, therefore, the writer wishes to leave them alone, as they arc joined to their Idols. The log business seems to hold its own. Several of our neighbors have returned from the hard-woocity well pleased with their results. Our neighbors, Warden and Hunter, have returned with their eyes bugging out likeaglass marble, all shaved and fixed up Jill their wifcand.be3t,gir. scarcely knew them. I must not forget to say, just here, tnat our neighborhood is at this w rit-indraped in mourning over the death of one of its oldest and Lest citizens namely, J. S. G. Fulkerson, who died on the 3d inst., within one-haof a mile of where he was born and raised. The deatli of this good man proves to us that the law of nature, dooming all men to dust, is inexorable, and from that decision there is no appeal. He was one of a family of ten children, of whom there is but two living Mrs. Uviline Brown and Mrs. Emiline Chinn. When we looked upon tho face of our departed father we only wished that we were torn loose from our moorings in this worldof sin and sorrow and could bask in the sunshine of Paradise, where he rests secure from toil and temptations, having been called front labor to a laud of peace. L. F. H. d g, lf Children mut have proper nourishment during growth, or they will not develop uniformly. They find the food they need in i Scott's Emulsion r Oil for healthy flesh and of lime and soda for bone material. Physicians, the world over, endorse it. Cod-live- There i'b fr are not known amoncr thosA' SIC-iH'"3abW grow fat ant! 5h naturcd becauso they are well. Prepared by Thin Children .'1r'vM"'.rVTVrici-'E'nirir?i- r: oy on it, and aro good Druggists tell '.' mr .Scott t ft Eovne, M. Y. It NMAI.I.HOUS. painted. T. R. Barnard returned from Louis ville last Friday with a large stock of spring goods. Misses Lillie Barnard and Mamie Reid returned this evening from Kvnnsville, where they have been to purchase Miss Barnard's Millinery goods. They report a pleasant trip. Misses Maude Bennett and Gertie Reid visited Smallhous Saturday and Sunday, the guests of Mrs. Cora Taylor. Mr. S. P. Bennett, of Owensboro, is visiting his sister, Mrs. S. T. Hunter. T. R. Barnard is having his stole Jcalout Contention resulted In misery tho world over. People who are well disposed and not t, bound by aro willing to tecord credit wherever merited and duo. Civilization is gradually bringing the human race up to this elevation, and in exact proportion is Dr. Fenners Kidney and Baokaohe Cure coming to be recofrnized as the correct and standard remedy in all kidney, .female, and blood diseases being- able te cure them readily. It is specific- - in all kin eruptions, erysipelas, scrofula, dyspepsia, headaches, dullness, Ust lessness, constipation, etc. Sold by dealers on guaranty for many Tears. Therefore don't cost much to try it Take home a bottle to-da- t 4 5 PROFESSIONAL CARD. n, N. Olpnn, J.N. II. Wedding. LAWYERS, HARTFORD, KY. otct Amlerson'8 Bataar.) Will practico their profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given to criminal practice and collections. (Office, GLENN &WEDDING, James j& SraltH; (TTfiBiY jJT V-- AW IIAItTFOHD, KY. Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Olfico east side of' public square. Elngo, ggttorneys ggt aw, GrXlffy 6C SXartford, 2Zen.fu.oJcy. Will practice in all courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, Superior Court and Court of Appeals. Collections and all legal business attended to. Office 329 E. Market St. E. D. GUFFY. D. D. Ill NGO w R. R. WEDDING, Attorney at Law, Beaver Dau, Ky. Will practice bis profession in all the courts of Ohio nnd adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. si j1 Lawyer HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and in tho Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Ofiice, in County Attorney's office, in Court House. that" j.p2a"OTJpa"C33E53fl:Eira",T OF TUB OPENING OF THE Perry Westerfield, jfpl-com- ol 0. & S. W. R, R. sllt-oyc- dark-browe- SFffciN BEAVER jS'stia.-VLetT'- SESSION OF THE Attorney at Law. Beavek Dam, Ky. lifo-lon- g DAM y HIGH SCHOOL W. H. BARNES WOMAN-HOO- bus Its own spocial modi-cin- o In Dr. Pierce's Fa- AND TEACHERS' PRACTICAL INSTITUTE. PIE? WILL courts HT iif uenkiieea, needa Junttbat remedy. With ft, every vorite Proscription. And every woman who Is "run down" or overworked, every woman who Buffers from any "fcinnlo complaint" or -- 16, 1894. Instruction vPftB disturbance, irregularity, and derangement con ua pcrmansntly cured. It's 1111 invigorating, tonic, Expenses most reasonable. Plaus modern and progressive. thorough and practical. Advantngo most excellent. School for tho mosses. A practice fus profeaeion iu all of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections, Oilico over Carson & Co. Hartford, Ky. fl t 4 ; - Arkansas and Texas and strengthening nervlno. nnd the only medicine tor women bo safe and ttira that In periodical polas, It can be guaranteed. aispinooinenu, iveaK duck, uvaung-uownml every kindred ailment, if it fails to Ijcncflt or euro, you havo your money hack. Is nnything that Isn't sold iu this way likely to bo " just as good" I n s, a soofhlnir m1 5- $3 75 5 00 6 25 7 00 WSIf Tuition per Term of Ten Weeks. Common ( Primnry School Intermediate Department (. Advanced Collegiate Department i .fj . -- V- Moat Catarrh cures only make matters worms. Tbuy drive it from tho head to the lungs. Hut, by Its mild, soothing, cleansing nud healing proortic, Dr. Sago a Catarrh Komody permanently cure tho very worst caned, Instractiou iu Music and Art at Reasonable Rates. Board in best of privato families per week, $2.00 to $2.25. lEZESXZSKVBXaBMHHMMHaWI DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Is prepared to da all kinds of Dentaj work at reasonable prioas. VV ....-UIHXKhY tcaUNM&tn W4Wk j l'OM) R1TX. a Tlio ECfsion offers niuicunl advantages to young men and women and especially to teachers. Our outlino method of teaching secures to our students time between showers in sowing oats Wo kindly aud honestly solicit the tho uso of any and nil and plowing for corn. Some of them all seekiug a thorough education, and very decidedly guarantee are making preparations for a large information send for circucrop of the weed known as tobacco. satisfaction to all enrnest studeuts. For further Just here I will say that if our farm-cr- s lars or- call on DORA E. OIBSON, Vice President E. R. RAY, President. will give more of their attention text-book- April 3 Farmers are making hay while the sun shines by utilizing the Aiitfrvttn HaAfcnfnsUU . VHS .4. andPBbsmKrtmH WSW- m Atunto.chs.oaiM IWJiWWI ... RIJ.VOOLLy, '. - "V.,,1 ' , i W , v ..v. ',... . ..'.mftin . ,jft tl . Y ..iu. .. 7- A Hartford Kcpublican runiasiiuu Kvr.uv ritiiuv mousing JO. II. IUM1EKN. Killlor nml ProprlCor 13, TnusTKEs nml teachers will bear in mind that the Now School Law provides thnt no teacher shall be employed until tho Trustees elected in Juno shall be qualified and tho now Board Friday, Aran. 1894. I'.lrrllon, nv II. For Couuty Judge John l'.Moiton. ForSherJIT Cal. I. Kcowtt. - For County Clerk D. M. Hocl:er. For County Attorne- y- K. P. Ncal. . For Assessor N. C Daniel. For Jailer Jown W. rilnck. For Surveyor C S. Fitzhugh. For Coroner O. C. Wcstcrfieltl. MAOISTRATKS: Bopublicau Tickot. This provision makes organized, clear a question long in doubt re gnrding tho legality of contracts made between teachers and old Hoards of Trustees. As it now stands such contracts arc clearlv illetr.il. ' Hartford A. S. Aull. Kosinc C. L. Woodward. Cionnvell Jont D. Wilson. Fordsville Buford coNSTiniLC: Hartford Hosea Shown. Rosinc Thomas Allen. Cromwell R. B. Martin. . Fordsville Buford IS' "V, April 11. Rev. I. II. Teel, wife and child, of Rochester, came over Saturday returning Sun lay. "A OM A Rev. Teel filled his regular appointThoro's no Eating in Heavon. ment here Sunday. Tho average head of the Mrs. J. II. Barnes entertained a few culinary friends Wednesday night last. All hopes with tho'fplviloso-pher- . had an enjoyable time. Mcsdamcs Perry Bnmton, and HarBut since we must ry Waddle are on the sick list this eat to live, let's eat tho week. is always the best. Mr. J. P.. Wilson and wife returned cheapest. Our line of gro cfrmrwh jdu Tgax! ji ma Saturday niht from ashovt bridal tour and were met at Reaver Dam in grand corles is complete.andy ou style. can Always depend on it Mniiiirriiiaii-I'orit- . Miss Sadie Stewart, of Butler couu- At 11 o'clock on Wednesday the thatthoy ar'o pure and ty, a ncice of Mrs Perry Brunton, will iSth, at the home of the bride's fathWHOLESOME. -- OF Till-- . be in town lor tue next seven weeks, er, Mr. J. W. Ford, Mr. R. E. Lee We solicit a share of your attending school and studying music. Simmcruiau, of Johnson City, Tennespatronage. Prices always conan Evangelist, see, and Miss Jessie Ford, of this place, Rev. Ashcroft, sistent with quality. preached quite an excellent sermon at will be married. The groom to be At thoCloso of Business on TRACY & SON. 23d day ol Docom- From the latest Official and other Authentic Sources. Adapted for this place Sunday night. came here from Illinois several years bor, 1893. Mrs. L. B. Bean, of Hartford, has ago to attend College and has since, use in Institutions of Learning, Business Ofilcis nnd Libraries. been the guest of hcrsisters, Mrs. R.P. until recently, made his home here. Ciucl'it Court is in session at OwSie: 6 feet, 3 inches by 4 feet. r.Icgantly coloied, varnished nnd RESOURCES. Hocker and Mrs. F. O. Austin this By his good conduct he has made mounted. Special rates to schools, si.igly or in co.nbmation sets. ensboro. Loans nud Discounts, less week. ROBBING THE HOME. everybody his iriend, so much so, loans to Directors . .$54,127.50 Tun Louisville Commercial is com Quite a crowd of young folks spent that there can scarcely be found a i,oans to Directors (oiiiccr: The incrcaing interest iu the sl:i lvnfLicalGju'raphy and the uusup- For more than eighteen hundred logout now as an eight column- - pa- years there has been going constantly the day in the country, the guests of young man anywhere more popular not included . 600.00 ' plied demand for a clear.conipleto and reliable large Map of KcntucKy,hav per. ,sccllrci1 . Mr. and Mrs. Ham Millet, Sunday. induced us to undertake the large investment leuiiiied. and to devote our. in Hartford than Lee Simmernian. on a struggle for the disenthralment l . . CfV l , ( , Mr. Claude Maddox has declined Miss Ford is one of the many estima- 1 jveruiiiLS., !. Inidllriinuaml f ....tlitinj f.. 1.. '..... ... I.... subw'miimiiiij;, Due from National Banks 'Si.W-I'- i Sunday Blade is the name of of woman from the state of cruel r.iigianug, i riming, coloring ami ' The and slavery in which for so attending school, for the present, ble young ladies for whose beauty and Due from State banks and 10 Mt production. .uoiiuiiug, ueiym' on iho mippnrt id an intelligent coma bright new Sunday paper publish- jugation anyway. Bankers 10S 00 munity, we present a brief many womanly virtues the town is The relong she was held captive. miniwidot the main teatures mo have embodied ed at Louisville. Mrs. Dr. W. T. McKenney and noted and is worth to grace the home Banking house and lot . . 3,000.00 iu this great work. ligion of Jesus Christ has had no lit Specie '.39S.97 Mrs. F. O. Austin were in Hartford of any young man. of the recent elections tie to do in this breakiug of shackles. 1. A scale of about (! miles to the inch, exceeding all others Tin: results Currency 5,017.00 !ucl. Friday. Immediately after the ceremony Other items carried as cash '2, Names and boundaries of Counties ns they cxit at the over the country are anything but The rise and progress of Republican50.00 present dnte. Mr. K. II. Patterson was in town j the bridal party will leave for an ex. Furniture and Fixtures . . 1.500.00 .'!. Correct location of Cities, Towns, I Nut Otlices discouraging to the Republicans. ism and the gallantly born of the nnd Railroad Stations. bttnuay, as usual, lie also made a tended tour, after which the young Taxes paid 134.05 1. Courses of Rivers, Creeks and important Streams, of chivalry have been potent call. days with their names Current expenses 1,76s. 56 couple will go to Johnson City, where Scoit Ghay, who killed J. H. factors in bringing man's helpmeet distinctly shown. Mr. A. D.Taylor, our photographer, last week, interMr. Simmernian has banking Borders at Lewis Station 5S5.443.67 3. The network of Railroads which form the main pathways for Stato from a state of serfdom to her present will leave Monday, the 15th, for ests and where he will enter into the has been admitted to bail in the sum products to the seaboard and channels for uuy intercommunication. LIABILITIES. dignified place iu the christian home. Dawson and will be away for some practice of the law. Each of 83,000 at Owensboro. Capital stock paid iu,iucash$25,noo 00 Riilroad in operation i.t this date is plainly ami correctly showj, with staNowhere else iu all the world is time. All who have not bad their Surplus fund 5.250 00 tions, junctions, etc. AImj principal proposed route?. Inrmrrs! Tin: good people of" town are unit- woman so highly esteemed as in our likeness taken have missed a wonderUndivided profits . . . . 6,312.35 This week and next we will offer Due Depositors !. The Railroad Connections in the adjoining States own country, and nowhere else is tho ful good opportunity. clearly shown. 48,830 36 ed in the new Police Judge, City At. you Nos. 19 and 20 plows foronly $7.50. DueSt'tebanks&St'teb'k'rs 7. A bold nnd handsome style of Lettering by which every name is Mr. George Dejarnott, of llawes-vill50.9S life blessing of her pure life and influence tomey and Marshall may make is the guest of his daughter, These are" fac similes of the Oliver, readily and quickly perceived. miserable for the violators of Jaw iu iu the home so needed as here and $S5.443-"Bissell Chilled plows for $S. Other Mrs. Dr. J. J. Mitchell. 8 Indicating the largest Cities nud I'ost Offices by distinctive dojigna-tion- s, now. The home is tho very founda) Hartford STATi: OI' Kn.NTTCKV, The school tax is now afloat on the things to suit the times. which show their relative cizo and importance. instiCounty 01' Ohio, j tion of our social and religious Tracy & Son SI. Geological .Map ol the State ns per tho U. S. Geological Survey. buildings of the World's tutions and a blow directed at the breeze Tub great John II. Barnes, Cashier of Beaver SCHOOL SOIKS. Dam Deposit Bank, a bank located 10. Cliiuatological Map of tho State. KiiIIi',1 011 thcWftiir. Fair, which for six months were the influence of home's queen is destructMessrs. R. A. London and F. Brown William A. Kd wards and "Lying" and doing busines iu the town of 11. Hypsometric .Map of the State. wonder of all the earth and which ive of the very existence of all that as spent Saturday and Sunday at their Bill Bratcher, of the No Creek neigh- Beaver Dam, in said county.being du-l- y 12. A map of the Congressional Districts, showing the Counliej in each, cost many 'millions of' dollars have a people we hold dear am) sacred. To sworn, says that the foregoing rehomes. Also Misses Annie Allen, borhood, had a fijht Wednesday l.'L Map showing the Territorial extent of Kentucky port is in all respects a true statement been sold to a Chicago firm for $75,-- . the thiuking, conservative mind, little Sue Monroe and Nannie Raley. compared with that morning in which the latter came of the condition of the said bank nt of England. will be torn down at else is needed to make the cuidition 000, and they Miss Maggie Brunton, who has out a crippled up second best. It the close oi business 011 the 23d day 14. .Map showsiig the State ns organized in 1812. of woman most powerful for good, been out of school for quite a while, once. seems the row came up over Kd wards' of December, 1893, to the best of his knowledge and belief; and further says l.. A finely executed innrginnl .Map of the United States and Canada, save the culture and refinement now is now with us again. turning his stock into Bratcber's that the business of said bank has Ri:v. B. Fay Mills, the noted so sought after throughout th laud, The Teachers' Training Class is one field. The latter demanded that they been transacted at the location nam- showing relative position and size of each State and Territory , largcit Cities, adj lining countries, etc. evangelist, is expected to begin a se and at whose fountain the humblest the most interesting things going. be turned out and Kd wards refused. ed and not elsewhere; nnd that the 10. A condensed Gazetteer of the Counties of the State, of meetings at Owensboro about may driuk. But this sentiment is is made in compliance rie? The B. II C. Society entertained tersely exhibit Bratcher then proceeded to lay down above report the middle of May. It is to be hrped not indulged by n class of enthusiasts, the R. E. G.'s Friday night. The ex- the fence to turn the stock out him- with an official notice received from ing for each, its Location, Area, Population, Capital and the River furnishthe Secretary of State, designating he will give that city a shaking up in whose ear ambitions' bee is loudly ercises were highly enjoycJ. self when Kdwards interfered. A the 23d day of December, 1893, as the ing its chief drainage system. last buzzing. This class is made up of 17. Tho Variations of Time in dilL-ien- t administered We are all looking forward to the shower of words, more or less comto that equal parts of the State, indicated at day on which such report shall be each Meiidiau. Jones. time when we will enjoy school days plimentary, but which would not made. summer by Sam two ingredients, viz.: Manly women, Subscribed and sworn to before me 18 List of Governors to the present year, with datesof look well here, passed between them, who should havo been men; and iu a better and handsomer house. tcrvic. by John II. Barnes, the 30th day of Attyi:. 11). Leading State Institutions and their Tin: new school law provides that womanly men, who should have been then Kdwards drew a knife and December, 1893. Snm.nv Tayi.ou, location. the County Institute shall continue women. If these could be eliminated 20. Ilistorhnl and descriptive sketch of the Slate. Dep. County Court Clerk. Bratcher picked up a plow share. The ii:irii:i.u. I. P. Barnard, President. not less than five days nor more than from society then the peace and quie21. Diagram illustrating the Increase of Population nt 20 year ilitervnlg plow share was then thrown at KdThe Miners are on a strike. R. P. IIockkk, Director. ten days. What would the Ohio tude of the happiest homo life iu the Bratcher ran toward 22. An epitomized list of Items ot Geneial Information and her son, wards and then regnrding tho II, Barnus, Mrs. Mollie Spurrier " Jno. county teachers think of a ten days world would be assured. These enthe bouse, Kdwards following him at State. Master Frank, Owensboro, are visitwas al (union? Do you not thiuk that length thusiasts have 2.1 Illustrated by eflective vignettes of the Slate conceived the idea that ing the family of Mrs. G. W. Kelley full speed. Just as Brat:her Capitol, State UniverQUARTERLY REPORT most to the door Kdwards cut him on of time could bo profitably spent? they arc reformers of existing evils, this week. sity, Wertern Asylum, Celebrated Monuments, etc. the left arm, inflictingan ugly wound. Let's hear from you. Omitting insignificant while essentials are clear nnd distinct, we Mr. A. Lanhatn is very sick at this but iu truth they are tho creators of Bratcher started to town, but when present this Map to your critical attention, with lull confidence in your evils. Whoever would writing. ap near Mr. Jo Foster's gave out on the Tin: ellorts of tho attorneys for divide woman's influence between pieciation or its superiority. Born, to the wife of Dan Tierr.cy, E. C. RRIUGMAM, Elucn. Man Pub account of loss of blood, and Mr. Isaac "' Breckenridge to make it appear that home and politics is nn enemy to tho on the 31st inst., a fine girl. OI' Estabhsed 1828. 8 J Worrrn St., New York. Shown was called ill who brought ed ointor at best interests he, the great Mr. T. J. Hardin went to Owens-bir- o For sale by subscription through our Authorized Cniivnssers. of both. Woman's natthe wounded man to town, where his was led Irom the about At the close of Business on ural condition is that ;f mother to the wound was dressed by the physicians paths of rectitude by Miss Pollard, a race, and when by a false .Miss Annie Gabbcrt, who has been G-exi- . the 23d day of DecemJ". of notion composing the Pension Board, Drs. seventeen year old school girl, would duty she is led to leave the sphere to visiting friends and relatives in ber, 1893. Permanent P. O. Address, Fulton, Ky. Mitchell, Maddox and Baird. On be extremely silly if it were not about which God has assigned her, sho robs Owensboro for several days, returned examination it was found that the RKSOURCKS. home yesterday. can tho only thread to winch tlicy EXTRACTS FROM COM'ilENDAFORY LETTERS. knife had cut passed the bone and the Loans and discounts, less herself of her power for greatest good Mr. John Pierce made a flying trip bang their miserable cause. loans to Directors . . $68, 304.80 Kdwards wound was cittitc serious. and the world of her best and holiest to Fordsville Friday. From Senator A L. Petermnn, editor of "Homo mid School," Lexington The Loans to Directors (officers Bratcher are brothers-in-lainfluence. Miss Florence Wright, of Fords- nnd not include! 106.00 Tin: Southern School scores a point ' the Official Organ of Kentucky State Board of Education: This country has had already too ville, is teaching a spring school at former is recognized ns a peaceable Loans to Officers 400.00 in this wise: citizen. The latter is the man who Overdrafts, secured . . . "I havo examined Rridgmnn's County nnd Railroad Map of Kentucky,, 1,937.35 much false teaching on this subject of this place, The pupils secern to be "It has been said that there are so cruelly abused old uncle Jo Jeff Overdrafts, unsecured .. . 437.06 prepared expressly for tho imu of schools, and can only express my opinion Woman's Rights and kin- well pleased with their teacher. Teachers who neglect children because Bennett shortly before his death so Due from Nat. Banks . . 5,966.74 ol it hy calling it n superb work. I have seen no other map of Kentucky Wc can dred themes until thousands of homes Mr. G. W. Kellcy's new house is Due from St'c B'ks& they are poor and ragged. that public sentiment seems to be with Banking house and lotB'k'rs 483.28 which approaches it in any essential respect.'' . . scaicely believe it, but if true, you have been made barren of the light Hearing completion. Mr. J. H. Loyd 3000.00 Kdwards, even though he winged his Stocks and Bonds. . . . might put ten thousand such souls on and glory of woman's influence, mere- is building the chimney. 1,341.67 From Hon. Ed. Porter Pliorapson, State Superintendent of Education: Specie of a cambric needle and they the point his man nt the lattcr's own door. 2,718.78 "I heartily concur in Senator Petcrinnn's estimate of this map. School Rev. Jarnagin filled his regular apCurrency would never meet one another in ly that she might earn a meager liv 2,260.00 111 need ot a map of Kentucky cannot do better than to toko this." at Zion Saturday and Exchanges for Clearings . 2.145.59 U. i:. !. Kiitcrtnlmucnf. their wanderings." ing ns a clerk or a r or in pointment From Prof. Clins. Louis 'Lous, President of the Kentucky University: Last Friday night was memorable Other items carried as cash 1,367,49 some other of tho thousand and one Sunday. Furniture and Fixtures . . 1,000.00 "I havo seen Dridginan's new II. R. and County Map of Kentucky, nnd Miss Kate Wagner, of Owensboro, in the history of Hartford's literary Tin: Owensboro Presbytery of the employments, meet only for men, into Taxes paid 145.97 which .Mr. V. J. Koger is State Agent, and it strikes me by far the best is visiting Miss Gertie Powell. of the apentertainments by reason Prcsbyteiian Church which tho girls of the country arc beCumbeilniid Current expenses . . . . 1,088.50 mail of our Stato which I havo yet seen admirably adapted lor schools Miss Minnie Skeeters, of Victoria, pearance of the R. K. C's at College Other assets, debts in suit 698.54 and private use." met at Mt. Zion Church, near Elisor, ing deluded by this false notion of Bud Parsons. Hall in n well selected and faultlessly lastSaturday and continued through duty and place. From the degrada- is visiting the family of From J. W. Newman, Professor in the State Normal School of Kentucky, Cap Colbert has quit milling nud delivered program. These young lann interesting tession lasting several tion mid inequality of social slavery, and Associate Editor of "Home and School:" LIABILITIES. gone to farming. dies are the pride of Hartford and days. A proposition was befoic tho woman hnsbecu elevated after centu"I have examined Uridgman's Railroad and Township Map of Ky., and Cnji'l stock paid in, in cash $30,000.00 Mrs. lvflie Brooks, who has been Hartford College and the large audido not hesitate to sny that it is superior to any other map of Kentucky which body in the shape ol an amendment ries of labor but now tho tendency is very sick for some time, is, we are ence that greeted them was enough Undivided profits . . . . 7,418.97 Deposits subjcctocheck(on i have exainiucd. I heartily commend it to the school officers and directors to tho Constitution of the chinch pro- to an exacting industrial servitude, glad to say, improving. to inspire each one to highest exerwhich in. is not paid . 56,069.79 of tho state. It is a map that is an ornament to any schoolroom, study viding for the admission of women to ten times worsofor the homo life than or Miss Mollie Jelt, of Pellville, has tions. A moderate admission fee was Due National Banks . . . 81.63 iiuimj, tiuu HO liSUIUIIIl'SS 13 IIIHIUCBllUUIIUJe. the ofiices of elder and deacon, mid the former. It is time to call a halt, accepted a position ns clerk in Mr. charged nnd the proceeds of the even- Due Stite banks and ban'rs 131.38 From Prof, MoIIenry Rhoads, Supt. of Frankfort City Schools: with good hard common sense tho and lenvc womnn to her Thad Jctt's store atllaynesville. Miss ing dedicated to the College Chapel. "I have examined Bridman's map of Kentucky, nnd uuhesitatingly pros $93. 77 amendment was unanimously voted sphere as queen of tho home. Mollie is a bright, energetic young The large hall was literally jammed uounco it the best map of tho State it has been my plensuro to examiue. STATI? Ol' KENTUCKY, down. lady and we predict a bright future full of people nnxious to hear whvt ss Auy school owning 0110 will have County oi Ohio, j a most excellent map.' for her in her chosen profession, the young ladies had to say. :i:.vn:iuow.v. Sam K. Cox, President of Bank of From Prof. C. C. Calhoun, Principal of Lexington Business College: The entertainment consisted of Hartford, Ky., a Bank Lcatcd and Mr John Burks has the mumps. Tin: Hon. Ed. Porter Thompson, Miss Gussie Woodward is visiting "I have examined with mueh plensuro und interest Bridgman's now R. R. Owensboro nt this wiit-inMr. I?. T. Williams, Democratic finely executed tableaux, beautiful doing business in the town of Hartwho has so ably filled tho responsible her aunt at and County Map of Kentucky, nnd take pleasure in stating that I am surnominee for County Judge, was shak songs, dialogues, etc. Kvery part is ford, in said county.being duly sworn prised nnd position of Superintendent of Public very much gratified to find that such a splendid map has been says that the foregoing Report is in Misses Birdie Benton nud Delia ing bands with his friends here Sat- deserving of mention but space for- all Instruction of the Stato piiico 1801, is respects a true statement of the mado of our State. 1 have never seen anything ot tho kind which could bids. It would, however, be unjust condition of the said Bank nt the close at all com'paro with it. It is almost iiidispensnblo to the schoolroom, valuable subject to Woodward spent Tuesday night in urday. for 11 candidate Mr. Anderson Mercer was in town not to mention the last number on of business on the 23d day of Decem- for the of fico nnd desirable for tho study. I expect to equip our school with town, the guests of Miss Sudie Andertho action of tho Democratic party. ber, 1893. to the best of his knowl Saturday. the program, the wonderful ilium, mm uopo 10 nee mem wiueiy uissomiuaieu throughout the otate. son. He is 0110 of the very best Superinedge and belief; and further says that William McCarty and wife, of was unique, given at Mr. Will Mr. The social It From M. B. R. Day, Slate Librarian, Frankfort: tue business ot has tendents tho State has ever had. Ilia yet instructive. The audi transacted at thesaid Bank named, been visited Mr. and Mrs. Rhodes' Tuesday night was highly Whitesville, location "l regaru this us one ol the finest and most comprehensive maps 1 have and administration has been characterized G. W. Kelley Sunday. ence enjoyed it even more if possible not elsewhere; nnd that the above re- over Been. enjoyed by all who attended. and well directed cfl at, by intelligent Mrs. Sue Gray, our popular MillinThe two young gentlemen from than the other brilliant parts of the port is made in compliance with an From Jo. B. Rogers, County Superintendent of Ohio County: and bus witness! tho awakouing of an er, Is doing a big business. Hart county, who were working for performance. This effort of the young official notice received from the Sec"I have examined tho maps, which Mr. Koger sells and can recommend retary of State designating the educational interest never before so and Mr. Messrs. James F.llis and Nat McCarty, ladies will be long and pleasantly re- day of December, 1893, ns the day 23d thotn to tho schools, und especially can 1 recommend his Miss . Mamie Maddox on map of Kentucky." Supt. Thompson is on Clarance promising. in mon- membered. The proceeds amounted which such report shall be made. Taylor, of the Point, stole seven dollars and ' Subscribed and sworn to before me the offsido of tho political fence, and neiirhborhood. nnd Miss Mnude Tay ey from the former nnd n pair of pants to $53 75. Not one minute ellipses between the DeWitfs Witch Hazel Salve cleansby Sam K. Cox the 28th day of De for that reasou only will stand a slim nTt Messrs. Hnrb Taylor and Tim from the latter Friday night nnd left taking of One Minute Cough Cure es, purifies and heals. It was made The severest cases of rheumatism cember, 1093. G.B.Likkns,C.O,C.C. in ease tho peo- - Austin, of Beaver Dam, attended the for parts unknown. Mr. McCarty show of:clcction, but Sam K. Cox, President, Why shouldn't people for that pnrpose. Use it for buras, and relief. pie decide to continue the rule of social at Mr. Rhodes' Tuesday night. says he would no' care so much, but are cured by Hodd's Sarsaparilla, the J. J. McHknry, Director, tnke One Minute Cough Cure? They cuts, bruises, chapped hands, sores tooTc his Sunday great blood purifier. Now is the time breeches. of all descriptions and if you have " John C Thomas, Democracy another short breathing , Miss Lola Bennett, who has been they should. They do. L. B Bean. piles use it for them. L. B. Beari, J. S. COI.WMAN, has moved his to take it. Hood's cures. Mr. Jeff Parsons unmistakably our choice, out of school on the nccount of the spell, lio's first-clas- PHILOSOPHERS SAY department It -- Thk Democratic leaders of Minnesota, disgusted with tho muddlo into which tho Cleveland Administration has brought the country, havo issued through the Democratic Association of that Stato n ringing address, full of scathing denunciation of their party leaders. Among many other things they say the following: "In less than two years after winning the most complete victory any party ever won, while yet in full possession of the powers then given us, we present the appearance of a defeated party, while, our opponents, routed in that battle, wear all the airs of victory. What has wrought th's peril? Not from our open opponents; not from the brawling horde of protectionists whom we met and overthrew in 1892; but from malignant and treacherous influences, allied with weakness and cowardice, within our own ranks. The danger that flbver-vamen saw when the electrtm of 1892 put on our party the responsibility of directing national affairs and the duty of redeeming the pledge of tax reform made to and accepted by the people, then a cloud no larger than a man's band, has overspread the whole sky." Thus declaring boldly what Repub licans have charged all along that the Democratic party by virtue of tho conflicting elements of which it is composed is not only unable to agree within it: elf on any great national ' nolicv. but is in fact for thnt reason to control if for no other, incompetent successfully the affairs of so great a country. nt . mumps, is, wc ate glad to say, improving and will 1.0011 be back in school. W. P. Render hn move I to his farm and is now icady to rds'j a fine crop. Misses l.l.i Stroit 1, Itirdie Denton, Sudie And-rFnnrl Woodward mid Messrs. V. (. Harnett John T. Ronn, fo Batnett and I, C. Brown nttiudcd chuich at West Providence last Sunday. They repart a pleasant time. Morton, who is ntten Mug Hnr'.fir.l Col'ege, spent Saturday and Sunday with hi parents hero, The people of Centertown have organized a Sunday Sch.ol tl thispl.c. Tlicy take a gieat i literal in the school and we hope itwiiiboa.Mie Misses Ada aid R:e Hrown pp-'i- t S.ituiday and JanJay a. ho.ac Mh! Hertln Briwn, of Rockpo-t- , vi hx in this cini uu tity .3t wee':, and the Kttest of Mr Torn v-t family. A Passijk By. D-n- n E-n- le c. 1 H-- HE A V Kit II AM. I.nml lorNulr. finiily to his father's in Hancock Having just returned from Kansas, county. Rev. Grcalhonsc has been holding I wish to dispose of about 400 acres a series of meetings here. He pro- of land in three or four tracts and in poses to tell the cause of the hard neighborhood of Gicen River Church. Will sell said lands cheap nnd on times nnd when they will end. Messrs. Lee Phillips nnd Willie easy terms, I can be found by mail Rcbarkcr, of Grayson county spent at Cromwell nnd will be nt my old a few days with the formers brethren homestead 2 miles cast. G C. BUTI.HK. nt this phec They were enroute for Henderson, where they will make For the occasion ol the Southern their future home. Baptist Convention, tickets will be Country Jay. on sale lor train No 7 May 8th nud ' for trains of May 9, 10, nnd 12, '94, Mr. D. M. Duncan nnd Miss Kate nt $22.55 for the round trip, limited Hamilton, McIIcnry, were married at to 3 days each way with extreme the Presbyterian Church nt thai place limit ot jo days from date of sale. last Wednesday night, Rev. J. T. The "Big Baptist Train" will leave Mitchell pronouncing the ceremony. Memphis via "Cotton Belt" nt 11 They are both quite popular nud de- a. in. Wednesday, May 9, and nrrive serve the heartiest good wishes of at Dallas 7 a. in., May 10U1. II. Mi'iuiiCK, Agent. their many friends as well ns nil the blessings life has in store for them. Xotlrc. 4'liniK'lt-llrnu- . On and after this date, April 6, my Mr. Franklin Chappcll, of Louisaddress will be Sulphur ville, nnd Miss Annie Elizabeth Bean, Springs, Ky. W. H. Mookk. of Sulphur Springs, were married at the home of the bride's brother. Mr. W. Will II. Bean, of Centertown, on yesterday Beaver Dam about 19th or 26I ol s morning nt 9 o'clock. The groom isa April. All persons wanting photographic work, I will be young man of ability and good character, a nicmlKT of the Courier-Journglad to make them. Remember I use staff, and is to be congratulated the Instantaneous Process for Baby upon his pood fortune. The bride is Pictures. Come to Beaver Dam for a young lady of rare culture and your Photos, wheie you always get s work. Yours truly, beauty. The couple first met in Louis' ville, where Miss Bean was for someA. D. Taylor time engaged in a large Millinery establishment. Our people wish this 0 ITAPxTEliL y JlEPOllT lucky newspaper man and his bonny OF TDK bride a long life nnd much h ippiness. OnncMii-IIiimltlmi. 1 1 Post-oflice 11. first-clas- TRA0Y v. -- & SON r tckL Vbhh r SmHhS9HV'v &r JJ.1 - TfyyZZ iSSJlMLi?l.JfW ?IBfc. LKDrt) lsl- Farming Implements. E HARROWS" SPKfflA LTY. Call on them for anything in tho Implement Line. BR.irOMAKT'S Beaver Dam Mew SKaUcoad asid ov Map IAlTSOf STATS - aastftwi. DEPOSIT BANK Xv,ra.' ... UIlM!L-lirtM- 1It'?, ' f I .... e, -- non-existi- ng BANK silver-tongu- fifty-seve- n, to-da- I Prot "W. T5LOsox .A.'t, book-keepe- God-give- n 7. g. n. minis-iuirm- id I S3! ' 4 .i. (&, t jfrj wtaflR3BB&MJAj!!K8?ji5!Sw ' ! Lima Ileitis nt I.. 11. Stevens. E I Neal.of 1'iciiticc, .was in town Monday, ,' ", Mr. J. L. Caison left Monday for No Creek, where lie is engaged in covering the parson igc Rev. T. M. Morton, Ccntcrtowu, " filled Dr. Coleman's pulpit nt the Baptist Church Sunday morning and night. His sermons were simple, logical and convincing, and our people were much pleased with him. Robt. Lockry, an in hutrious n.il Worthy colored man, living near Sulphur Springs, lost his house and the principal part of its coi.tei.ts by fire last Wednesday night week. The origin of the fire is unknown. Dr. N. G. Mothcrshcad, of Select, is shortly to move to Hopkins county. The Doctor is an elegant gentle-ma- n and an nblc physician and while his friends here regret to lose him yet their best wishes go with him. Decoration Day will be observed by Preston Morton Post, G. A. R., at Shinkel Chapel, Miy 30 A Grand time is cxpicted ai 1 everybi ly is invited. Rev J. Bennett will preach the funeral of Mrs carter on that occasion. Judge E. Dudley Walker returned from Lcilchficld Wednesday. J. W. Foul and A. J. Bell returned from Owensboro Monday night. !ii V V '4 ,1 ' Strange Things Have often been discussed. been sold for 53. But the strangest thing is 1.25 Try Rough Kivcr Flour, the new brand, only $2 90 per barrel. Sec J. W. Hord & Co., for choice fancy Flour, only $2.50 per barrel. how we can afford to sell a ladies' Shoe for that has do- Such .strange things as this wc arc Just received, a new lot of Wall Paper, at L. B. Beau's. Prices low. Attorney W. T. Hay ward has from an attack of the mumps. Haines, of Beaver Dam, made this office a pleasant call Monday. Mr. George II Mr. Jl. F.. Thomaa EvaniTllle, Wcit Vn. O 1 CO H I ing with our entire stock of goods. Wc may be called April fools for it, but wc realize that people buy goods where they can be had the cheapest, and we arc working for your trade in this way. And did it ever occur to you that merchants who sell on credit charge cas.li customers the same they do credit ones? We have no bad debts to make our customers pay for. The amount saved in this way is tremendous and you get the benefit of it if you t A Narrow Escape From Loss of a Limb Dreadful Caso of White Swelling A One of the Miss Effie Kahn, of Cromwell, spent last week with Miss Ara Patterson, of McIIenry. Mr Clarence Field has Perfect Cure. moit serious forms of scrofula and one of the moit difficult to cure Is that of whit swelling. Hood's Sarsaparilla has accomplish- deal with us. Our Spring position in Williams. accepted a the grocery ol W, II. CLOTHING Is in and we are making our competitors tremble with the prices we arc rolling them at. Suits they sell at $15 wc let go at $9, and such is the amount we will save j on through our entire Clothing Stock, which we havo no hesitancy in saying is decidedly the largest and most i Mr. and Mrs. G.T. Ryan.Schoclioh, the guests of their daughter, Mrs. B. 1). Riugo. W. Lytic, of Owcnsbo-ro- , came tip Saturday and spent several days in town. Attorney J. ' Staple and FANCY GROCERIES WHOLESALE and RETAIL at W. II. Williams'. son-in-la- Complete Stock In the town or county. Remember we can save jou Your money on anything you wish to buy in our line. cash does not have to go to pay back losssc.s, as it does when you trade with a firm that does a Credit Business. "The proof see! oj the pudding is chewing the big.' Come and And be convinced. FAIR BROS. & CO PROPRIETORS OF Hartford Temple of Fashion. Dr. A. R. Hyers, of Olaton, is quite sick at the home of his the home of the bride's father, Mr. Mr. George Hoover. James Harder, last Sunday. They are deserving young people and with w hat Hood's Sarsaparilla had done for his son. I Sttn Hcavriu, of Owensboro, is many other friends This Repubconcluded to try Hood's Sarsaparilla so I bought visiting his brother, Attorney M. L. their tlx bottles of It about three months ago. I had lican extends congratulations. lint taken It t 0 mouths when I could see It was Hcavriu, this week. lining me more good than anything The list al monotony of life in jail I have now used about three bottles. I hail taken. TI10 sores Mr. Charles Fuqua and Miss Annie was broken Sunday afternoon by an have nil healed up ami Cravens, of Palo, will be married at My Limb Is Perfectly Sound. fist fight between two of Marvins Chapel Sunday night next It has also benefited my general health and t the nble bodied inmates, Woodward m now able to v. ork at my trade. Hood's at 7:30 o'clock. receives nil and and Willis. The affair grew out of a recommend It enough the praisegood T cannot for the It lias done At its June term the County Court , good naturcd scuffle and ended in a me." IS. . Thomas, Evansville, W. Va. will be petitioned to form a new votshower of blows in which Woodward Hood's Pills cure liver Ills, consUpation, llllousness, Jaundice, tick headache, Indigestion. ing precinct with a voting place at came out best. Point Pleasant. Mr. Madison Duke, of the Sulphur W. II. Williams is HEADQUARSprings neighborhood, died Tuesday TERS for the LARGEST and BEST of heart trouble at the age of sixty-fou- r. assortment of FRUITS and CONFECHe was an honest, upright TION'S in Hartford. man and leaves many friends to Rev. J. B. Ferryman left yesterday mourn his loss. The funeral was preached by Rev. G. J. Bean, after for Butler comity, where he will conduct quarterly meeting on the circuit which the remains were laid to rest in the Wat Duke graveyard. of Rev. E. L. Carson. ed many wonderful cures of whlto swelling, one of which Js related below by Mr. B. E. Thomas, a manufacturer of harnesses, saddles, etc., at ETansvllle, W. Va. Head Ms lettcri "C. I. Hood It Co., Lowell, Mass.! "In 1K2 1 was seized with a severe attack of wlilto swelling. Five years later I had to have the flesh on my limb cut open The Adelphian Literary Society icrapcd. After the flesh healed andI the bone up was not will entertain the members of the R., troubled again until January, 1892. I was taken down wlUi the grip which settled In the previous- IS. C. and O. L. C. Societies at Colly affected limb, sores gathering where titers had been scars, one In particular penetratliiic to lege Hall The young genthe bone. The Wiole front of my leg from knee tlemen composing the Society know wi aiiHie seemed 10 ue A Mass of Corruption. exactly how to please and a most enI could get but littlo easo and comfort and lest joyable time is expected. benefit from the medical treatment I received. Rome of my friends advised me to have the lee Mr. C. S. Grant and Miss I la amputated, but I hesitated, not wanting to lose a limit, l'crchauce I saw an advertisement In Harder, of Shreve, were married at a paper embracing n testimonial for Hood's from one Mr. John McMurray, telling ' a O 2 I w- t- a- "' cr I P 2 r o ' o a a pi Hood'sCures 3 4 is Try the Celebrated Clobe Fertilizer. -- x 1 O w Marriage license: T, II. Ross to In examining the jail recently another batch of saws, pieces of iron Miss Delia Garrison, Charlie L.Grant and billets of wood was found by jail- to Miss Ida Harder, Frank Travis to er Thompson and Mr. William Lyons. Miss Amanda Smith, Charles Fuqua R. T. Twceddlc, as gooJ a blacksmith as there is in the Green River Harttord Ky. Vollrr! I have just opened a blacksmith shop at Yeiser's old stand on Market Street and have secured the services of R. T. Tweddell, one of the best horse shoers in Western Kentucky. country, is at Yeiser's old stand. For all kinds of general blacksuiithiug call on him. Misses Ruth Coombes, BerthaFelix, Li.ie Herring and Mr. E. L. Herring went to Olaton Saturday. Miss Herring will remain some time. The other members ol the party came home Sunday. The delegates from tins county to the Bowling Gicen Convention on next Thursday will start on Wednesday. Bob Walker promises faithfully to make his maiden Democratic speech on that occasion. to Miss Annie Cravens, Win. Henry House to Miss Ariadne Rowe Franklin Chappell to Miss Annie Elizabeth Bean, D. M. Duncan to Miss Katie Hamilton. TJic C. E. Meisse Co., dealers in School Supplies, placed several Agents in the county in the winter to sell the Company's goods. They drove all ov.er the county visiting the Trustees and.selling a. few, charts and when leaving time came they left C. L. Field holding a livery account unpaid of about $70 and jumped their board bill at the Commercial for about $25. J. II. Hoover. THE SHOE STORE '' Don't stop until you get to headquarters. If you want Shoes, don't go to a tailor, but go . to a Shoe Man. It's just as easy to try One Minute CoughCure as anything else. It's easier to cure a severe cold or cough with.it. your next purchase for a cough be One Minute Cough Cure. Better medicine: better result; better try it. L. B. Bean. It . !? .SCHAPMIRE IS YOUR MAN. He can suit the most fastidious and exacting taste. His spring istock consists ol the latest styles, toes and lasts. iii Tan. Kangaroo, LADIES If you want neat, artis-ti- c MifVS .mini's Kid, CalT and Don-golfootwear, don't stop until you see Glove Kid, Gar.ell and a big line of How Shoes. his stock of Russian Calf, Ooze Calf. Kid, The Blucher, Mat Kul Prices from $1 to $5 N. II. French and Dongola. Trices from $1 to J3.50 thing guaranteed as represented. NEW TIMK TABI.K. a, Fresh Cabbage at L. 11. Stevens. ftff 4'-J- Clothing to fit everybody at Fair &Co. Seed Sweet potatoes at L. B Stevens. wrwT. Best line of mens fine shoes at Fair P- - m- ni'PKCTIVR Al'RIL 8, 1894, Bros. & Co. 11:48 a. m. No. s, Mail 1 1:25 Fair Bros. & Co. are selling THE No. 7, I.im. Ex . Clothing. No. 31, (Local) !." 15AST. 5 P. No. 6, Mail a. m. 3- No. 8, Lim. Ex a. m. No. 32, (Local) H. Mrrrick, Ag't, Beaver Dam. Cheapest line of Millinery at Fair Bios. & Co. Mr. and Mrs. J. Wednesday. 11 Wilson returned Friday, Aprh. 13. 1894. Firie potatoes, 90c per bushel, at L. B. Stevens. Good Brogau Shoes $1.00 at Fair Bros. & Co. Extra yard wide Bleach Cotton 6c We arc the grocers at Carson & Co. at Fair Bros. & Co. Carson & Co. are the leaders in Good Brown Cotton 5c: best Indigo Dress Goods. Prints 5c nt Fair Bios. & Co. We can knock 'em all out on ClothBiggest line Ribbons, Laces and ing at Carson & Co. Veiling at Fair Bros. & Co. Editor A. J. Casey, of Owensboro, Mr. II. T. Maxwell, Shrove, made spent Sunday in town. our office a pleasant call Friday, Don't buy your Millinery until you Just received another large shipsee Fair Bros. & Co's line. ment of Furniture at Carson & Co. Big line WhiteGoods.Lawns.Mulls, Dimities at Fair Bros. & Co. Nice apple butter, currant jelly and peach preserves at W. II. f Williams'. We are stocked up in the Clover-Lea- f Shoes the best shoe made. Causon & Co. Newest style lasts in Ladies and Misses Fine Shoes and Oxfords at Fair Bros. & Co. We guarantee every part ofourNos, 19 and 20 to fit every part of the TRacv & Son celebrated Oliver, 13, See Carson & Co. for Fertilizer. Trade with Canon & Co. If you are going to get married and need a new Suit, see Carson & Co. Bil line gentlemen and ladies Russian calf shoes at Fair Bros. & Co. Mrs. W. H. Griffin visited friends and relatives at Rockport this week. New style Alpine shape hats tor young men only 1.00 at Fair Bros. &Co. ' l. Have yon seen our new Hats? We have the latest styles. Carson & Co. a few days ago to the Miss Dcssie Duke was called home e of a W. II. Williams has a nice assortsick sister. ment of NEW CABBAGE, KALE Trade with people that trade with GREENS, LETTUCE, RHUBARB, you. We buy all kinds of good coun- and green onions. Carson & Co. try prodoce. The "Bon Tons" will give a bill All laEverybody depends on Miss Sara at the Court House stylish Hat. As usual her stock dies cordially invited to attend. for a Bean's Orchestra will furnish music this spring can't be surpassed. Carson & Co. for the occasion. bed-sidt. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Felix and son, n Douglas, attended the nuptials at McIIenry Wednesday night. Duncan-Ha.ni-Hto- IH. Miss Luara Render, who is teaching the spring term of theShultstown School, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs.W. B, Render, Saturday and Sunday. When you purchase anything from us be sure to get a bill with the amount of your purchase so as not to make any mistake. Tracy &Son. By order of the County Court and under the auspices of Preston Morton Post, G. A. R., the remains of Mrs. Mr. B. L. Kelley, who recently lo- Elizabeth Carter, who died at the cated here to enter the practice of his County Poorhouse last fall, and interprofession, was chosen City Attorney red there, were disinterred Tuesday by the Council Monday and he has and reinterred in the Hartford Cemecnlcied upon the discharge of the du- tery. Mrs. Carter, during the late ties of his office. war, was for three years a nurse, and The 3d quarterly meeting on the it is said that more than once she served successfully as a spy. The No Creek charge will be held at Sulphur Springs on the 28th and 29th Woman's Relief Corpse, of the State days of April. The official members of Ohio, will furnish an appropriate arc earnestly requested to be present. monument to mark the last resting place of this deserving but neglected J. B. Pl'.RRYMAN. old woman. Westerfield, of McIIen-ry- , Mr. G. and Miss Victoria Crosby, of CenChurch Ue.llcn.lon On the 1 st Sunday in June the tral City, will be married next Wednesday the iSth. They arc popular Methodist Episcopal Church at Washand deserving young people and en- ington will be dedicated by the Rev. ter upon life with bright prospects. D. F. Kerr, P. E., of the Green River The groom for several was a citizsn District, Kentucky Conference. All friends of the Church and Christianity of Hartford. arc invited to come and bring their Elders F. C. Johnson, Mesa, Maricobaskets of good things to eat and inpa county, Ari.ona, andN. D. Thatchvite your friends to come with you. er, Gentile Valley, Bingham county, J. B. FERRYMAN. Idaho, two preachers of the order m known as Latter Day Saints, will The Frankfort Capital of Monday hold a Mormon meeting at the Court says: House, cither just before or just after "Prof. McIIenry Rhoads, who has the next term of the Circuit Cour.. for hisguests Editor Wilson and bride, of the Hartford Herald, took them to Mr. John Render died of consumphome near Rockport on call on the most of the State Departtion at his Tuesday the 10th inst., and was bur- ments yesterday." ied in the family burying ground on The NprliiK Mrdlcine. the home farm Wednesday. He was "All run down" from the weakenone of the oldest citizens of the coun- ing offects of warm weather, you need ty and a man of unswerving integrity a good tonic and blood; purifier like of character. He was charitable to all Hood's Sarsaparilla. ' Do not put off and leaves behind him the influence taking it. Numerous little ailments of a long and well spent life. it neglected will soon break up the Kennedy, the photographer, is pre- system. Take Hood's Sarsaparilla pared to give satisfaction to those now to expel disease and give you wishing pictures. He is reasonable strenght and appetite. in his prices and his main object is Hoon's Pills are the best family to please each and every one of his cathartic and liver medicine. Harm-- h customers. Pictures from the smallss, reliable and sure. est bcket size to largest life size. Come while you arc enjoying health, Died April 8, an infant child of W. It was but and get a fac simile of yourself, one O. and M. E Stewart. that you would be proud for your three days old. It is sad to give up lriends to behold. Gallery over Red our dear little ones, but God knows Front. best and we should bow as submissively to His will as possible, for we The first case to come up before know He doeth all things well. Dear Police Judge Carson was that of the parents, your little one has missed the case against Ernest Ross colored 011 a troubles of a cold world and gone to peace warrant sworn out against hint rest with the angels of God. Lucy Ross. The by his grand-motheA. S. Kkown, and boy lived with his grand-mothe- r m . . had become very boisterous, even goCourt JVoten. W. II. Sauchheimer & Sons sue ing so far as to threaten to burn the house. He was held under $50 bond Quisenberry & McCuen to set aside and being tillable to execute it was assignment, and asking the appoint-.men- t of a receiver. lodged in jail. II. A. Miller vs. J. M. Elliott et. al. Latru On yesterday Ross was brought before Judge Morton on a for deed to land. F. A. Miller 6ues James T. Hints writ of Habeas Corpus, and his At services. ! for $56 for medical torney B. L. Kelly asked that he be m c released-frocustody on account of a "The melancholy days are come, void judgment rendered in the Police The saddest of the year; Court, and the motion was granted, When husbands stay away tromhome And limch on cheese and beer," and the boy released. OLIVER CHILLED PLOW! " . ., OVESH. 100,000 SOLD LAST TTESA-Il- - BEST GENERAL PURPOSE PLOW IN THE WORLD!' t. SrBSSSsV-FSFFBSSs- MBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsk. BJMBsW aiLHBBBBBBBBBBBBVslHlilllllllBiihk SS'lwmmmmW' There are Fifteen Reasons why you Should use Nothing but the Oliver Chilled Plow: 1st. They are the original and only genuine Chilled Flow made. 2d. They are adapted to all kinds ot soil and will work in sod or stubble, do 3d. The mouldboards are thoroughly chilled, have no solt spots in them, will scour in uny soil, and will not wear out in ten years' plowing. 4th. Oliver's Chilled Metal will not corrode. . The heaviest roat of rust that can accumulate on it will be entirely removed by a few minutes' use, and the moulbard will be as bright and smooth as before. J3th. The Oliver has a thorough center draft, runs lighter than any other plow, and is under the direct and complete control ot the operator Oth. The wood work being free from mortises permits easy, rapid and perfect adjustment, either for two or three horses. 7th. The Oliver is economical in repairs, and when your sharo is renewed you have an entirely new cutting edge. 8th. The Oliver patent slipnose share can be furnished when desired; a wonderful saving dovice. ' Oth. All parts ot the Oliver Chilled Plows are fitted over templates at the works, hence are exact first-clats duplicate, aud by simply giving the number and a nd you are sure of a perfect fit. 10th. The Oliver Chilled Plow has buudreds ot imitators. No 'manufacturer will try to imitate an inferior plow. 11th. For ease oi management, adjustability and' lightness ot draft, it has no successful competitor. ' 12tb. The O.iver has a record unparalleled in the history of plow making, from 1,500 in 1870, to over 100,000 in 1893. 13th. Your neighbors will tell you to buy the Oliver and take no other. They apeak from faith born of experience 14th. hTere are over 1,500,000 Oliver Chtlle'l Plows in actual use, and three times as many are being sold at the present time as any other plow manufactured. They are warranted to do better work and more of it, with the same amount of draft, than any other plows in use. 15th. Finally, these plows are better known, have reached a larger sale, have had a longer run, have proved more popular and given better satisfac tion, than any other plows on the face ot the globe. mm r, mm BSTLook out for imitation plow points and other extras. The genuino points and other repairs are made only by the OLIVER CHILI-EPLOW VORK8r South Bend, Ind., U. 8. A. All others are spurioup. Remember that tho Oliver Chilled Plows are the best in the world, and be sure you get only the genuine points and other Every GENUINE thus avoiding tho dissatisfaction that is sure to follow the use of the spurious extras. OLIVER CHIhLED PLOW ih made at our factory and has stenciled on the wood work the inscription "Manufactured by tho Oliver Chilled Plow Works, South Bend, Ind., U. S. A." For Sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro., Hartford, Kentucky. And these deslrincr certificates shott write fof catalogue of The Techfvs Training School. A summer coarse. Opens June 4tU.' . R. B. Crockktt, Trlnciral, Hlkton. Ky. '.J ui V.vJ y v - 1 Call in and ask to see Scivens' UnNo better aid to digestion, derwear for gents nt Carson & No better cure for dyspepsia, Co's 34 4t Nothing more reliable for bilious, constipation than DeWitt's ness and roriuu. Uttle Early Risers, the famous little" A good second hand cart. Call at pills, h, n. Bjan. this office or address the Republican tv &::. V vl.' r . "f-- i " nn r. 5:1 ,r. nx Aimin rz ,c-- e iR) ' tlie coasts for two years until one was captured for a niuider oi the boys Saiiti? committed in a.stngceonch nffair, ami j Fhiway, A mil. 13, i:SM. after a desperate fight with the com I ' of the Golden State.nnrrouly escaping FAMOUS DESPERADO DEEDS. the halter, the boys left the State j .Superinnbotit the opening of Oklahoma in A Chnptor on tho Bnntllts 1SS9, and after that time their deeds ' of Known ns tho Daltcn of outlawry in the Indim Tciritniy Gang. haequalled if not surpassed the famous and Younger bos in their V. I'ii James llssll.M I'r.ia! tlncri inn! I.'ii.lfti palmiest days of pluiu'ei and nrtrdir. "lcfirlori n IJcilprii .Ni" V J, l, SS&v l . ri roHHlly KV Inlrri'stlitKrr. Alter their return to Ok'nlio io f in Niiniporn Career of I . I . ,"T.JlA- - Jl7Zi I ill. I Iri California the boys came nnd wtt.t as nine. Wjrrvnn:n,,r ftfcniv.li nrf Pnlinnl l7i:.nli'.5--n-fmvlrv.- v JNOUGH they plcnfctl, being mobilized at A SLUGGISH i'i;:;nsvi.vaxia kit agjsauffisiui eiiuiuzi ciiiu ouimus i uuHoJimjj wwiip j neatly evey town in the Territory by In Missouri years ago, people CAUSES 01" V Ji yr-O11. r. a. r f iitiMKi rtiit iik'M ihiiimi. to frij;litcn littlecltildreti to sleep with friends and acquaintances, and til one Constipation, Sick the names of the James boys. In time in Kingfisher, while buying .supDyspopsia, Ncrvousnose, -these days they still call Fear to tho plies for his mother, 11 oh was tecog-nisrI I AND DISTURBS THE SYSTEM GENERALLY. by a prominent United Stn'es aid of Morpheus, but it is by mentionfor nil such ailment, nnd to Inipirt a natuand convei.sed uitlitheoflicer ing the bandits whom criminal his- Mat.-lral, liotltliy touo to tlio Stomach, Liver, mid ' ' ' i TL'v ' H trf-""- ! tory knows as the Dalton gang. lit for 11101c more than half an hour. It is Hon els, take successors ol Missouri's famous ban- s.tid that Hob one day in Guthrie act- . j IV! r.,,. " fjfeTfilRBAMK&Co. TI 1 ti iz. i:' dits, thcj-- ptodticts of Kansas border ually saluted Governor Steele on the .ftnv. v Every Doso Effoctivo life began a reign of terror in the na- stiects and afterward joked about it IY4' ' WANTS ST. LOUIS. tion, as the Indian Tctritory was while relating it to a crowd of friends ivmjCMtuM 'jvijawr M WT icAM'rw!Tmxajrjxraim.tr!-mcjcr- ztttjysrwnTi "taimra known within its old confines, that in n neighboring saloon. The first teal attempt at train ribreceived no serious check until the XUM KboM tin.7 Four weeks In iur nictlii d of teach Cofieyvillc bank robbery was plan-n.v- l bing in the Tcrritoty b' the D.dtons tlSB?V.Yr?'l-Jflvilvi if SMV KnC LAJv"L 1HM Ff Jf3U is Kjiia! to Twelve This was at the way station of Wharton, ing and executed Oct. s, 1S92 Ic. of nearly fouryears ago, on Hie Santa 1. Uecksliy the old event might be called the Waterloo Ouaiiinteed, undereeitam coniiitioii FOR Cincinnati, Ohio, U. S. II. J, G. BflOOp, Pres. and Gen! Jflgr. raYifiC the original gang of bandits, but The boys had teceived the informa- 15tt patronized u College in GENTLEMB!, enough of thcr.i were left to continue, tion fioin some of their confedetntes the South. 300 students in attend with the aid of kindred spirits, a ca- that the money was being ship- ance the past ) ear. Eleven Teach-- j OPFICK OF SUl'KIMN I'EXDKXT ) W&& $4 and G3.50 Drooa Shco, reer of lawlessness which has made ped to Fort Reno for the purpose of rr.. is tin educntioiml cenOF PUBLIC IXSTItrCTION. K . J WS, B 3.00 Pollco Shoo. 3 80I00. No them feared in Kansas and Missouri paying off the troops at that post ter of the South. Cheap Hoard. Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 17. 1MII. ) Homo G2.H50, C2forWorklngmon. by the officers of the law as much ns Others say they were informed of the vacation. Kntoi anytime. Jf.vi'of.sior Sowo! Desk Co.. Cincinnati, 0. W.1,' '"iv,e rcoontly prepnred O'Jt and 81.75 for Boys. by the people whom they chose to intended shipment of the money by bunk-nGUNTLK.MF.X: Haunt: exainiticd with eomecaro the Mapt, Charts, iliiolS'KPi'lUJig, bliTtliailll il !(Mf Ac ic rti1 tmtiirnl cnr inrA persons living at the fort, wlio knew LADIES AND MISSES, ' .' , " , . , . , , 'and 1 ViiiiiaiiHlnp oprcmliv.:. adapt; Globe.-- and Blackboard Material w Inch you propose to ofl'crto the (cliools of 01 crime wiin particular matures 01,' aiiout 111c time me ir.un ami money 11 . , .,.1.. v , ., m... C3, S2.B0S2, SI.7K boldness which occurs in the sections wete expected. Be that as it limy, i,, nt 0Vcr before. Sent mi ISO tins' State under the law requiring such illustrative apparatus, I can CAUTION.- -! f liny itmte -- RSa ! Ml- MEFV od.ra 7011 C I.. Dnuclna by the desperadoes is as- - the band appeared at Whatto.i and dins' ttial. Our free d I inemi ,)cm as i,cil)g ol g00ll m.Cria, good workmanship, and suitable ior ii n rraiirou iiritiv &v Ciioi . k . I.IIJ.UUJIHKIIIWII, Willi , .. Otlf Illitll to fell them 111 coiubiiintioti, pujjo catalogue w ill explain all. ciid crihed to them. Just now the cars of waited mound in that vicinity is nre -- zzssrzv lir nut ilui imiiio .titim.M 1 ami t lilt.', ii'h Prii'tieil the "0 ot Olir tCUCllCr?. i . On " , t, on llin Diilloin, im him the express companies on the lines of al days. The night it was ex- - "" ll VVui "k Of rrand. railroads in Missouri. Kansas and pec tod the train would pass bearintr Hiiic College, and School of Short- ai you atture me. very materially mluec tlio ptico of the whole, ii to be BBBHIHSasaiSy " j V ?. y1-!"111- ' coixiuioinloil, tutl c?ieoiiiII- - so sis yotir utfit I m.(lo to cover fciilutauliallv fortified after the money, and just an hour before """" p Oklahoma are being ."i m " rsaRJMk. , l,,,!:'.l;Cl.porj, teuogra-sur- e our whole school course as laid dt.wn in Sec. 21 of the School Law. The the fashion of the arsenal. To be the train was to arrive, the robbers U1IH.;W O WlBk, the companies have not as yet j appealed on the platform and demand-- ' pliers, teachers, etc., reported to us four chi.;P3 you have arranged, from which trustees fl'tini?, may ehoo-e- , at specific W. 3.. .it HOUCLAS (Shoetlianare stIN'i, laVo." Trv one nnd nml helx:ttcr ed of the operator that he open the provided we fill the same. cil nnv utlii r mounted Gatlinjr Kims, but they have pair enll'f.ciiou tlio jiiuc 1 ni ' prices ranging Iroiu to too lor a complete outfit, u a giuit point in M Tlio it.impim; of W. I,. DmpjW naiuc nnil price nu the bottom, vrhfeh armed their iucsmmccis to the teeth, door. They wanted to know if the . m. tlioiimiHls 01' t!.i!las nnm illy to tlio--nluf, wlio wear them. y, irantooi llulr your favor doors and sides of the cars are being train was on time, and the operator J)cat vlio pu IiIImvuIi" vt W, I.. Iii'ir1i Mn j;t.i 4.1 to.i..t, wlitkli helps lo intornicd them that it was about two m iifturil to sclt nt u U.j ir.nt, tlie oil tin fr It '1 tine of ijo .!. Tli-- v ;e j made bullet proof, and hfter a time " If IL fe. - I ..'p 51m iii r.M nii,i.y l,v litivlni; n l j i.iir riMiMTnt,r of Ifi. .TenlM ntKwt . . J.. ..(. ... a. LruuUtcn, l.j-- .i Urlot.-- . to Jiubc fti 1 ' . n iwi!l v . . i. giant powder ordynaiuite will become liours late. There was only one per I'nik Ohositv l'ills will rnliifrt vnui' i P. TiEMI'UOW. Sulphur Spriugs, Ky. ! necessary to gain an uninvited en- son beside the operator ptesent The ,..0;ri,f iM.nm'A 'i.'"rr.v fm. -- .,, ,...!.,., .,,..,.!. 1 vn sti. ,.:,. t 1 trance to one of the express compa- station, cotisistinir ol no other build- - t i 0 jj iij rOpTCSCIUOtt t vi ixauv?KrsrvrutKX rmwxuwitywra 17 ings than the little depot and coal civiury; nies' railway offices. Days of the il service wat are called to mind, too, shed, afforded the boys a good oppor- - iliev build up the health and bonuti with exceeding trequeucy of late in tunity for the robbery. The operator fV t"0 complexion leaving r.oWKIXIi I Missouri and Kansas by the presence llrr.ir!,p,l Tin!, n.lltr... o.wl fonr!,,,, W'" ' IlalllllUPS". t 1UL AI1UUTT T jSTXfcSS Ml nl liicu neat lung surely S$P Wi mmt of guards with menacing Winchester that he had notified th. ntmrtmMn . relieved. -- u rAtriiii.n.M nut 33iz.-5- r ST'O'O. KT'22L lifics on the car platforms. However, train of the attempt that was to be a 5cientifio ami ruvithc relief, uiluntcri All the bandits always seem to know made on the express car, they decided (,nly after year- - of e.xpeiience. actisrismxt K3KroiKTCira.3 3S.TZ" when the railroad companies' men to kill the operator. At any rate he ' orders supplied direct from our of ctu h KZi wtnajua it srerv-- r aawaaw are to be aboard, and rare indeed arc was killed, and the bandits left fice. Price '.( 00 per package or and abandoned place the three packages for, So. 00 by mail the instances of a train being stopped the A attempt to steal the Fort Reno postpaid. JctiiiionittU and imrtiuu-Iaby them. (sealed) 2 cents'. money. Several months after this Opinions differ as to the leader of All correspondence strictly confithe Dal ton gang, which is at present the Daltons held up a train at a point dential. -- TO SHE THIv- a terror, not so much for what it is only a few miles from Wharton. They CO., PARS P.EMEDY doing as for what it may do. Some secured a large sum of money and alM CtSrf Draton, Musi. though a posse of mora than 100 deppeople, say Hill Dalton is the master mind. Others are inclined to the uty Marshals and cowboys participatopinion that an entirely unknown in- ed in the race to capture the bandits, dividual is furnishing the gray mat- thev all escaped, a man by the name ter whence comes the plans for the of Hryant, who was arrested on the outlaws' raids. IJut however this Hock Island. August the 2SU1, 1S91, SI ij m may be, the Daltons have ways of by Deputy United States Marshal Hd 4 their own, and to give even a bandit Short. The Marshal handcuffed It's fz r n: I rt his dues, it must be said that their prisoner and placing him in a bag -I f j.Jtvtfyjr!ftQiCTgaLvrC-gage car, proceeded to pile his jcvol-ver- s record has none of the fiendish butch011 tonic boxes that were standeries and brutalities with which the s ?i:tnres Is E?;:y Styh ud Siu. ffja-1careers of the James boys teemed. ing in the coiner of the car, but Winchester in his hands. ArrivThey rob and kill, but they do not Old Pictures Copied ami Enlarged af butcher. Now and then they seem ing atlJnid, a small station, the MarA SPECIALTY. T given to sort of grim humor, as when, shal, fearing that some of the gang lOSi Main Street. would undertake to release the pristhe other day, they raided a bit of a Wood-worke- r, 37w(i 01VEXSB0J10, KY bank in a little Kansas town and a oner, left the baggage room, requestsmall town in Kansas is extremely ing the baggageman to keep an eye 33-230.,, ..'i.i'.iii.. small. They captured the bank in on the prisoner. The Marshal stood "r.ri:. '.limit true road agent style, but all they sc- on the platform, with the door to the ented was the cashier and 50 fot baggage room closed C. The prisoner, although handcuffed, there was no more in the financial So the bmulits took the secured a revolver, and, holding; it institution. $50 dollars and the cashier. The lat- in both hands, told the baggageman W -- 3W fr?. Wfc MWrttWU U ter was tied upon a horse and was that a word from him would be the signal that would forfeit his life. As forced to gallop away with the raiders Ho will save you MONEY by Buying from IIJM. Will The" took him eight mile.-- , out of Short opened the car door to go buck . sell yon a Muggy, Harness, Lap Duster ami Wliipfiotn iOO.OO as the train had left the town an 1 left hint, minus a liorae, 111 as YEARS FCFJ btalicu the liandcuficd bandit lired ' on one of the most lonesome section-oup to 75.00. The Davis Cat riage Company lias the reputatins led all Y.'oy.-- n Rem; dies. a lonesome prairie. The cashier shots thick and fastinlothematslijl's EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. tion of building the be.H Buggy for tlio money of any Factoty : il ISs tea W4 1 went back without molestation from body. Short fell to the floor, but, sornit KVj.jtYwiinn:. torn. in Cincinnati. it . tHHiimco.. sr. the turning over, raised his Winchester, steer or rattler, and .stHtt-that w AND ..vi.'hLAlUa.bMI walk was not so bad, but to be a butt and, as the death tattle sounded in ' for a joke by the Dalton gang was a his thtoat, ended the life ot the r" PA 'ft fJ n So little too much fot human nature to The Daltons always detlaiel they, endure. Hill Dalton, whose name would never be taken alive. They has become a terror, since the "? V V V T 7 1 V T V V V r f V V V fifSSchiWhKmnS VN rl-- J not only stated this to their friends, incident is not one the origfT i ,VrM U I Until inal gang. Kepoit has it that the but so informed more than the United HP COPYRIGHTS. CAV I nilTHH Tor a most of his life has been spent after Slates Marshal. Too many inunlcia ' rrnmpt tnsrer n ii an A I'ATlXr? wrllo lo ho:ic t ulnlor. .ill :. S A. t'tl.. i. fn Iihto li i" l . I fly ypcri' the manner of a territoti.il ranchman, '.rai; Miuivii mill uii' aic icnjiuioiuiv .u cti rl'iici liit.10 lutrnt. tuirc--- . w. u. , VMt.-,- l i, niiuiiruiiiii-i'- i' f,rK.'JV iintinl. A IliiiiilluioUot In. but that when the Dalton gang first for to admit of their ever expecting nt. I Phortlianrt PaH AiWT.l10 t'r0,f practical nulntHW Trninlnt'. ToriiimiDii cor., 'rimu IMIirii'. nil li.ivr to obt?F-Collc(r j. Th iy clvii a p.Kupmt Ill flllMllL'SH AIlll Mini ORP. c p? tAx n Cucrd "sa Il'OO, tain tltpm tent rpc. Alco n o t.ilf ho ot on a became famous his connection with anything but a death sentence b'ickHrout u o. t'JSSsy Kuos Hpanror, 3'ros't, J. F. ruii, ficc'T. AUilross Hnciicorlnn "ollf nro at IMiHiU tnkin t1iioiis.Ii .Vn' : & Co. E.0UISVHI0, Ky., Ovvensboro, ICy., or Evanevllle, Sntl the "boys, "that of a cousin, subjected trial, and they seem.-- to prefer death rpuiilnotlroiiitbor'rli'iiiini. Aiiiprlnin.niid Ihiis nro broii'ilt wldPly before t' imli'lc v.ltli-om t to tbo irvfiitcr, j its h .i! I paper, him to such constant suspicion that while fighting for libeity than death nelly. el' rrnillyUlmttut l.ba.LTrm tin lirvi'At rtrnuailou of imvtw w tic t oris li. tLg he determined to become woithy of after sui render. In California alone vrorM, S.i vcur. ciitl lliillilliijJMitina.nionllilr. Hula y r. Mnslo his reputation, and in truth he has suc- thcie was a rewaid of ;io,ooo fur them foploj, ., cents. llVLry iiin:ii.er ccninlnn opini. plniin, l.i colors of I iiot(Hrrarlie of I tltul ceeded well. Hy far the most notable and in Missouri, Kansas and Texas, Imasaiu Willi rlauscnuWliisluli.lcis 10 ulinw tlio ;&r: Iat.'i.t (IclaiiiiinilPCCutotDntrift. AiI.1il.kh .15 event in the caiter of the bandits was not to speak of the offers by tailroad IIVX, J. CO., M.M' 1'uii;;, yui Uuu.iuw.w, two National banks and express companies, big rewards the robbery of the HeHartford, Kentucky nt Cofieyvillc, Kansas, where four of wcie promised for the Daltons1. THE WJ5KKLY PI .1. T' 'IIW'M 'II iiimi them were killed. It was a desperate mic Hie opening of Oklahoma, Hob .... n --" l u "n tKi u ra ta k ivja wj r ia u sui ui Kzah m imi fight in which death came to them, Dalton went to the territory and oblor an equal nutnbei of residents of tained a position as United States Is a teiujiBgo ci,;lit column Duno .:- He sercd in that Coffey ville received fatal wounds at deputy uiat.sh.il. It contains tlio ciatio Ntwspaiier. capacity during the first big uisli into the same time. IlliNHY best of i.'vorythinj; yuinjr. was with the lobber baud at lil Oklahoma. When Oklahoma opened, It WA'f'i'KlWOX i, rim Keillor. broth-era- , Hcno in the spring of 1S02 that the Hob's mother and two younger Pnoo 1.00 a Seal. Grant and r.tunie-t- , went to the Daltons Hobert, Kmuictt, George Tlio Weekly Oouriur-Ji.urii- iil makes i nnd Giatton became notorious in the country and seemed a claim nearllen-nessf vciy lilxrul tciina t" ncnts, nnd gUBES HOTHHia BUT PILES. where his mother ftill lives. west. George was a model ate farmyivofl lice iirciniiinis for clitln. Sams er, living on a little ranch in the K en while Hob still hnd a commisloiir-pag- o A SURE r.nd CERTAIN CURE feoulhwcfctcrn patt of Kansas, where sion, stories about the Dalton boys plo cojiU-- of tlio paper ami , riWtrtJtaw'B fSsPiS WfMis nfiS" mown for inyoars antho BEST J'rcmiutii upploniont tout Iito to he was respected by his neighbors as iKgan to lie circulated, and not long REMEDY FOR PILES.' ot iifumsii ii.rri V r:i.a ,.1K.WiHHifl to., st. jon. nu industrious, citi.eu. after the opening of the tctritory they nnv mliliosri. Wnte to All the boys were born and l.iUed in branched out into fullfledgcd tiaiu Courier-Journa- l e cn s a k? Kansas, and not in Missouri, as haii lobbers and since then, by clo'c at1.0UISUILLB, KY. tention to business, built up a leptt-titio- n been staled in the press so many second only to that of I'tank times, and their parents were note-Tin: lii:i'i lii.icA.v nnd tho Weekly Own in will lie Mint 0110 year for their honesty, chaiitablc deU nnd J esse James. The mother teems Couriir-iToiirnu- l lmulo easily and honorably, without capiand other good qualities. Hob and to Ii.'imj been a second Mis. Suntiels, to any mlilrt-- lor 01.7."). tal, dmlii;; our hp.iru liours. Any man, Gnitlo.rf.iU Ugan tliur deeds 0f j' ml. nlthotigh "tlwljoy!," wete o (ten AililicfcH Tin: Iti.i'i'iiMcAN, Iftiit-(oroin ni, bo, or Kb eau do tlio work fi.imt. llU! c,"i,n' " Talking fly, without experience. outlawry by runnitiff off cattle from kM0W" to viait ,lcr ou Ky. Nothing lll:o It, for money-nukin- g c was over able to j;et any infor-- ! the neutral btrip and .sclliiif,' them to eur ilToicdbofoic. Ourwotkcrs No time wasted In r.lw.is proipcr. herders in Color .d j They continual m ition from her that would lead to. learning the business. Wo teach jou In business until it got to their cniitiiic or m thin find out v.hen a nlglit liow to Micccoil from tho llrit warm for them that they hullo leave hour. V011 can innko 11 trhl without faun, they wcieou the to y.iiirrlf. Wo start you, nunlsh ri.i.., the the country. 1 1 uverytlilug needed to carry on tlio bus81)0111(1 Ol'l VIZ 01' KOlia ings Miccessfiilly, and guaiantco you in the lives of the linys' turning point We are manufacturers of Bucjfiies, Carts Stirries and Carriafjos, and (lea! directly with might ns well try lo httm llie against JhUttio If you but follow our after that time there was 110 and ,y TIw TJniMlK. hliuplc, plain Instructions. Header, If ha consumer, thus savinij him tlio par cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices ar c rcas 1 crime too daring for them to commit. Lipids of Niagain, nUoeie.H perfect jou 1110 In 11c1.1l of ready money, and Respectfully, boys after lcav- - jKnitj w,jlc. a .Scrofulous tninl exists want to about tlio best paying The first heard of the ()(ilCO. We ai'O business know nilthe public, send us your onable, ami we guarantee satisfaction. (t before 2 home was in Call- - . Ulc ,)loo(1 ' 5J iii2 their Kansas address, and wo will mall you a docu. iThroHKh us alterative Ju &tbikii3az j&Ka? e&tfUH fornia, where they were accused of to (lO rueut giving you ull the particulars, .wnSnr. Well Dl'ODarCCl ' x (..1 ..1 1,1V ct ,irf !.. rouuinij n ir.uu, TRUE & CO., Box 400, KipariUft icuovcs every vestige of coaches' and murdering several pco- Owens boro, Ky. )( Augusta, .Maine. continued this sort ol Hfc Scrofulous poison from the blood. pie. They Hartford Republican 011 bLSlUK SCHOOL WM 6U OL MfWIF r V WmWwm Hon. Ed. Porter Thompson, the Slate, tendent of Public Instruction tho following to say in regard to the goods of this Company: - SftY! SHE CAN'T us-e- LIVER SCl "jrw k jm,wa"rz:""am9gf d 8mW r"' Vx N. "rirjms mW( --- GET J uu''' AVER'S P8LLS a.?ijf it vriivff x.i 1 -- - bock-luopi- ii!: I'o.-itin- L illllliLlis Jln-iius- ffiBiS iSii-hvil- W M vL ss i ,- '. .,..,.., ")' ' c?f; iSj&mj ' recom-frequent- illu-tiato- -- H'. rin-iK-- Mis Btsiii -- THEwnfiiuftrl. ea-.- y ' ' ' con-inct- '(. MM.TOti. f" g 4 r I c t I'.-- f ( 1 ' lic n These Goods are perfectly reliable and r home tLOllipniiyiS ly Apply to tla. TTENTHM FA3MER WTCT-MMfc-- ' ,' 3' 1J&I. Jv.g' JZOEL"J?JF1Ctt.Ty, XI $-- U JrJ.StenJ n Gom to SCaart&d OR T iHARROW w, DISK to tor or 3,zi.rl;33Llza.,' 5.ii fcl.e AT ftlaik 4 gtoitler, flUUUUlM pfk 10TT0M 3Don't f . 1 hjFOR keep-inghi- SPRING OPENING OF General Blacksmith and o D. WILLIAMS, XSLr. to TtjTaLytaaoxxs. of oash aSad' E1 Beaver v L. Field's car of Buggies just from tlio Surprise Washing Machine, Stool Single Trees and Hoes. Davis Carriage Company. WHITE'S BBEflKt 20 ' VEBMlFUftE rniw - f hb m da y W Sa dts-peiad- come and judge for tffl Si Cof-feyvil- I I IV ORE YEAR Cotumunlca-tliuamil.-tlrto- BooV-Kecpln- tr -- 4f rtv-lT- ut I Address all orders to HA (wniHcr Journal m)KD HKPUBLICAN, THE REPUBLICAN ,. m uosjii :i.. WKm fll:Hn.3'ft!ii3L&Bfi cril r IP 1: '.1 4 y, sffi -- g Co., a is Your Locality d, 1 Ail parlies needing ' .1.1 liorse or jack bills -i io -- "S"ss"s:i wma Eatis.'.; 0e ' 4lini uiiiu . . ... "j'i "j 4- M workf F . - j : - EfiJ . lpl"''l0Jni a.ota MkWgb -- rjft -- if 'm'i fjnairi jjjjAXLk It M--