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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY a i'ji you tiJb TUB jBcmiz rt Tho Republican. Pav ud and .onoyoarin Advanco and wo win sonu you Tho Louisville Weekly Commorclal one year free. Subscribe at once. Will show how you WE DO JOB WORK Every Kind. VOL. VI. I.OUIHVIM.E, 1 IN TBS FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, HAETFOHD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1894. HAXN IMtM.Mi:it.MH'III.I.H AMItKICAN UCONOMIST NO. 38. Latest U. S. Gov't Report. PROFESSIONAL nn, N. NT. I.4IUIN A TEX. R. R Loiinilli. St, Lni. BCIIKIIULK IN KVV EOT NOV. 1, llfll. No, 63, N0.51, Pally. Dull. west noiiNJ). 7:110.!!!. e.2A p. m. 1,T. Ixul.Tllle 8.11 n. m. 7.20 p.m. , Went I'olnt 9.17 n. til. (.07 p. m. llrindf Dburg 1 37 p. .04 ..HI. 0.21 p. m. Irlnton m. 10.t1n.lil. f lli(jnprt 10.44 ..in. 0.18 n. m. CloT.rport p. m. , 11:11 n. m. H.WflTlllf . 11:tS a.m. 10 M p. m. trwl.ort 1J: It p. m. Hill p.m. Uwrntbnra 1.04 p. in. ll.M p. m. Upotlitlllx l;Mp.'n. 12 20 a. m. Ar. Hndtraan Ko.M, No. 61, Daily Dully. EAST HOUND. 7:18 . in. a: 16p. n I.T. ll.ndrr.on 7i.l7 a. m. 3 37 p. m. HpottMllle 4 26 p. m. ft 27 a. m. Owrbataro. m. 6 OS p. m l,wiiK)rt...M Xi a. m. 6:.K) p. bi H.wrmill. 10 ol a. in. 6.67 p. m Clot, rport ....i. lo 2t . m. 0.10 p. m. Bl.fhrii.or: l a. in. 7.06 p, in, IrTinglon 11.29 . m, 7:31 p. in. llramlrnbiirK ........... loa p. m. t (16 p. m. Wttl Point l.wip. m. 0 06 p. in. Ar. toulntille .: liiuiilnj. l.l.Mi;.T kill time. It will be thus equipped gone more than three steps in his that Dr. Alexander will start late in room when I heard n man say: J11neonl11sn11nu.il foraging expedition tliiough the precincts of the "l'ennyrile." Keep n keen lookout. sa-ci- Town Ave. A weinnrchedniidchccicd, Vns "four j ears more lor Krovcr," Dcrprass panel blnyetl.liip.hip.humih! We'll turn dis country ober. But nch! 'tis more den von year ago Dat we turned tier country ober, Und vaitcd for dose ptomihcd iliines Vcn vc should lif in clover. But vcr, oh verc, nrc dose good dimes Dot "change" vos sure to bring? Verc is dot great brosberiiy Vichder Mugwumps loud did sine? Dis is von very bad bishness Mein vork ist all blayed oudt. Mein wife she scold, mein club ru lkry I'or dc baf and de sourkrntit. Mein pocket Iwok ist all blayed oudt, But Ich voted for der "change;" Carl Shut, he fool me werrj niticlt site let range. On der Frit-Trad- e " 'Hello, there ' " 'Hello,' says I. " Who are you?' cays the man, ' Highest of all in Leavening Power. CARD. Ulrnn, J.N. It. Wo.l.llnir. 'burglnr?' u. Ti.ln. make connection a lrl)lth Irnlm 011 Louie, till, lUrlln.lmrir A Wr.tern It. II.,aiMret nd vest libiinil. For lurth.r Information, II. t), MUHDUK, 0n. IVr Aft't. No. M and No. iMlngtcn (Hun.l.J eice 1 " But ach! dot makes now nodings oudt, Youbctio fool me ncber ntoore, McKinley be right on protection site From Main to der I'acilic.shore. 1 oulMillf, Kj. IfiV ft WHEN YOU GO TO OWENSBORO GOSSIP. TwoDAILYT.JAliVS Too Bad. That old bag, Dame Kumor, has it that a wedding was to CA I.I. O.N hftve taken place last Sunday, but the young fellow was disappointed in getting a certain very necessary pait of his regalia, and so the happy event The belated had to be postponed. Fprlhe fitietland Moil Artittie Work, piece of garb, however, cauic in, it is any lite or ttyle. Frederica Si. , ttoem said, on Monday. t 6m37 3rd and 4fA. Within the past WrsTKiii'ii:i.t. three years no less than three families bearing the name which heads this paragraph have moved to the vicinity Hy.) (St. Louis Southwestern of Hartford. Mr. John Westci field TO was the first to move here from the rich Crane Pond country near the Daviess county line in order to have the THE ONLY LINE advantage of the school. He purchasWith through Cnr Service from ed the Foreman farm where he now lives. Mr. F. M Wester field, who MBMFHIS TO conducted the Haitford House one year, purchased the Townseud farm and now resides there. And only a few weeks ago Mr. Jacob Wcsterfield No change ol Curs to purchased and moved to the May farm. These arc nil excellent citizens OU INTKKMKDITE POINTS. with pleasant families ami are withal three ol the county's best and most succcsslul farmers. C.Theo.Cain, Cotton Belt Route Arkansas, Texas TBU, through Coaches ami Carrying Travel sing tho Pullman Sleepers. finest farming, grazing r.ml timber .lauds. Anil reaching tho uiogt towns anil cities in tho proi-perous V fV't &. jLrkansas and Texas Onk Mom:. It is tuiuored that n certain young business man in Hartford will soon take unto himself n blushing bride from the rural districts. Many days have passed over old town since this such a tornado of weddings struck it. Ycihliiig The town is yet in possession of va"FARMING LANDS. corn and rious and sundry bachelors, however, abundant y all tho ceieals, s husbands. cotton, aud especially ndapted to tho who would make Anyone interested in this class of cultivation of .mull (nils ami early livestock would do well to apply vegetables, Affording early and nvnid the lush. GRAZING LANDS. excellent pasturage during alm:8t the Comparatively McCkauvsvii.i.i: entire year, and comparatively, close few people ol the county, especiallyof to the great markets. ' the younger generation know such a TIMBER LANDS. Covered with place ever had nn existence within almost inexhaustible f'orefls ol yellow our bounds. About the year 1S30 a pine, cypress and the hard woods town bearing that name was laid ofT common to Arkansas and Eastern on this side of the River opposite Texas. Rochester. And there is a suit now Can he procured on rcneonnlilo mid in the County Court to determine the ownership of certain lands in coutro-vcrsitadvautagcoua terms. at the Rochester Locks and located on the site of the old survey All Hue connect Willi Mill tint tickThe Government of McCrarysville. et on anlitvln tlic claims three acres of land alufut the I,ocks and some parties dispute the claim. Hence the suit. Ask your uearest Ticket Agent for maps, time tobies, etc., and write to To Piinrui: Books. Since Dr auy of the following lor all informaAlexander's crushing and unexpected tion you may desire concerning the defeat in his race for the nomination for "Keroner" his friends have altrip to tho Great Southwest. most despaired of his ever more beR. T.G.MATTHEWS, was ing cbmfortcd. But recently-hDis't Pass. Agt., Louieqille, Ky. seen closely cornered on a goods box E. W. LaBEAUME, G. P. & Tkt. Agt., St. Loins, Mo. with his bosom friend, 'Squire Vaught and to the scrutinizing observer the J. A. EDSON, lines in the Doctor's face could be Geu'l Supt., Texarkana, T?x. seen to relax little by little as the 'Squire, with Ciceronian gestures, laid, open some deeply interesting theme. ECHOLS, ) Re,.eiver8 JOHN At last the Doctor broke into a hearty ST. JOHN BOYLE, chuckle, ns he was wont to do before he failed to get his cherished nomina C. tion. The two shook hands with (The Mississippi Valley Route.) No many n courtesy and parted. one would ever have known, perTO haps, the subject of that discourse CIN. but lor the fact that Bill Nye Hard-wick- 's EVANSVILLE, LOUISVILLE, Boarding Club, between stanzANDALLPOINS EAST. as, noticed the change in the Doctor's, phyiognoniy and forthwith persistentTO The Doctor ly inquired the cause. Memphis, Vicksburg. New Or- - finally agreed to tell all, and he did. and I overheard it. As I could gathAND ALL POINTS SOUTH. er it the plan is this; As the Doctor goes through the country during vaTO cation on the lookout for students for St- Cairo, Chicago, .the fall term of College he will take Loois, various agencies, principal of which AND ALL POINTS NORTH will be for the Lives of Julias. Ctesar AND WEST. By being and General Garabaldi. Connecting at Memphis with through thus supplied, if he cannot induce a young fellow' to come to traius to all points in school he can sell him a book. Sec? Or on the other hand if he cannot sell him a book, he can bring him to ColRates, Tickets, aud all information lege. Besides these two" principal will be furnished on application to works he proposes to carry with him a few copies each of the "Koran," your nearest tioket agent. "Rip Van Winkle" and "Hicks AM T. B. LYNCH, manac. ' ' Armed with these standard works he feels success already nsur7 G.P; A., Douisville. Ky. ed. The outfit will be completed by agencies for various things, as for instance, patent apple peelers, corn eurudMboLiewuE. knives, stump pullers, tooth picks, etc,, guaranteed to waste labor mid Great Southwest. gray-heade- d first-clas- the crisis of my disease was passed and I began to rally. One night the members of my family worn from long nur.sing.dispcrsed to their rooms for much needed sleep, leaving nn attendant by my bedside. In the darkness of the night I awoke, chilled to my very heart with cold I felt that it was approaching death and that unlets relief came speedily, I would die. The nurse was asleep. I tried to call her but I was too weak to call or move. In despair I turned my eyes towards the light burning in the room. Then from the closet I saw issue n shadowy form which glided to my bedside. It was my grandmother. In her hands she carried the little shawl. With the smile I had so often seen upon her face, she bent over me aud securely tucked the shawl about my shoulders. Instantly I was warm and the danger passed. With- - a sigh I fell nskcp The next morning when my mother came to my room she and found me sleeping soundly healthfully. "Why.howdid you get your grandmother's shawl?" she asked. Oath ering together my confused senses, I told my story. "You were dreaming, dear," she said. "You ate too well this morning to have been so ill in the night." "How, then, did I get the shawl?" ; . I asked She could not tell lor no one knew. The only possibility was that the nurse, conscious of her duty though half asleep, had risen and covered me and the-- i forgotten it. While I in my weakened condition had failed to recognize her. This explanation satisfied the others l'or myself, I always loved to think that grandmother's loving spirit was near me and seeing my extremity, had conic to my relief. "And I said ycs.I did do something A MlnlifirlnuKiilrll. in that line occasionally. womankind " 'Miserable business to be in.nin't My it?' said the man. His voice came A lady tells the following: grandmother lived to extreme old age. from n bed over in the corner of the Dining the last few months of her room, and I knew he hadn't even sat life she was confined to her bed and I up. was her constant attendant. A light, I "And I said: 'Well, I dunno. woolen shawl wa kept on a chair got to support my family some way.' convenient to her bed, which I was " 'Well, you've just wasted a night accustomed lo throw around her here,' says the man. 'Did you see shoulders when she showed signs of anything down stairs worth stealing?' chilliness This little attention she "And I said no, I hadn't. nhvay.s received with n smile of grate" 'Well, there's less ' vp,i stairs, ' ful affection After her death the lit- says the man, and then I heard him tle sTf.iwl so closely associated with turn over and .settle down to go to her. was put carefully away in n clos- sleep again. I'd like to have gone et of hci room. Some months later I over there and " kicked him, but I had n long and dangerous illness.tny didn't. It was getting late and I grandmother's room being the one I thought, ull things, considered, that occupied. I was for a time so low I might just as well let him have his that my life was despaired of Then , sleep out." I RoVal itESCDE OF A QUILT. msms Baking LAWYERS, Powder HARTFORD, KY. (Offlce, GLENN & WEDDING, oror Anilemon's Itaznnr.) ABSOLUTELY PURE Will practice their profession in all tho courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given to criminal practico and collections. ..;i It would be worth while for the ladies to bear in mind that if they take r. gentle coutse of Ajer's Sarsapaulln in the spring, they will have no trouble with "prickly heat," "hives," "sties," "boils," or "black .heads," when summer comes. Prevention is better than cure. The editor of an exchange, who apparently knows what he is writing about, says a newspaper has 5,000 readers for each 1,000 subscribers. A merchant who puts out 1,000 hand bills gets possibly 300 or 500 people to read them that is, if the boy who is trusted to distribute tlieni eloes not chuck them under the sidewalk. The hand bills cost as niu:h as an attractive advertisement in a home newspaper All the women and girls and half the men and boys read the advertisements. Results: The merchant who uses the newspapers has 3.500 more leaders to each 1,000, of its subscriber. There is no estimating the amount of business that advertising does bring to the merchant. y Cotton Belt Route e ' B 0. & S. W. R. R. W mmk CH MM k MSA JBHm k L Ctlpntlon, lUliousnesu. In- dfgttttiun, Jnundico, Dizziness, Hour Htomacli, niul Hick or m Bilious Headaches, thoy givo W 0. permanent euro. There's no reaction after tliem; their help lusts. , IT STAYS HY YOV tho pood that's 1I0110 by Dr. Piercoa rienaimt I'olleU. In incuts reMilting from Kovcro exposure, nothing can coinpnro with these. Httlo " relicts." Tliov'ro tho smallest, tho eaxlcit to take, and tho most natural lemcdy. Tliov'ro (iirtraiiffcif to givo satisfaction, in every wny and in overy case, or your monoy is returned. What more lan you nk for, with n medicine t Whether ifs Catarrh iUelf, or any of tho troubles rmwtl by Catarrh, tho makers of Dr. Bago's Catarrh Remedy will iuy you givo you a comnlcto ond WOO if thoy iim' tiemianeiit eiiro. fa tho Tho worst casos of chronic Head ytijld to this rimidy. m. pu"SMaiid For breaking up attacks of colds, chilis, fevers, rheumatism, neuralgia, kindred ilerange-""-' ; ..- WHISKEY llrolio fliellurxliir lip. "I think about the most curious man I ever met," 'said the retired burglnr, "I met in a house in eastern Connecticut, and I shouldn't knoH him cither if I should meet him again unless I should hear him speak; it was so dark where I met liim that I never saw him at nil. I had looked around the house down stairs, and actually hadn'tseen n thing worth carrying off: it was the noorcst house I ever was in, and it wasn't a bad looking' I got house on the outside cither, upstairs and groped around a little, and finally turned into a room that was darker than Kgypt. I hadn't - AW gether with a strong cord. Inbarewardly glad of an excuse to go IIARTFOnil, KY. footed, ho rolled up his trousers and UY KANNY HYDE MEBKIM,. Will practice his profession in Ohio prepared for the return voyage. Just then a baby's laugh sounded It was a terrible disaster, the from tho next house. Tho boys and adjoining counties, and court to Special attention given newspapers said. A levee had collections. Office cast side of public broken, and the Inflowing river had sprang up, and, with n Httlo push, square. destroyed thousands of dollars' brought tho raft to tho window. worth of property and rendered There, sure enough, was tho Httlo E.D.GUFFY. B. D.KINOO homeless hundreds of families. But German baby. In gathering up tho bedding tho baby had slipped back 6s to Teddy O'Flanigan, wading up to his knees in water, this state of af- into tho cradle. Tho cradle, being strucan fairs was a heaven upon earth. XXartfbrd, 3oaAv.mry. Tcdely had never heard of Venice; ture, mado n good boat. So baby Will practice in all courts of Ohio no Venetian holiday would havo thought. Seated in tho bottom of and adjoining counties, Superior but lll'.AM ll.l.ll. seemed to him more delightful than the floating cradle she was laughing Court and Court of Appeals. ColMr. Dave Higdon, ol Owensboro, that Sunday afternoon in "White with plcasuro as sho rocked from lections aud all legal business attendspent Saturday night with the family Chapel district;" with tho thousands side to side. Tho wuter was above ed to. Office 329 E. Market St. of S. A. Moore. of visitors on tho levees, tho boats the middlo of the window. "Hold tho raft steady, Ted," called Mr. Marion Ilaynes, who has been rowing over tho familiar streets, R. R. WEDDING, an engineer at the mines for nearly the moving families, tho general ex- Jim, "while I break in the window. citement and tho wealth of water. If she rocks a minute more she'll two years, left last Monday for Hentake in water." derson. He is an honest, upright The ducks agreed .with Teddy. There was a crash, and Jim reached Not so Teddy's grandmother. Beaver Dam, Ky. and intelligent young man, and his "Granny" had held out bravely. Sho in as far as he could. Alas! Tho Will practico his profession in all many friends were sorry to see him had cooked their dinner standing on cradle was just beyond his grasp. go, but wjsh him all the success in his a "Ted," he called, "climb in on my the courts of Ohio and adjoining chair, with tho stove on a counties. Also Notary Public. new field that his heart craves. tnblo and tho stovepipe through back!" Ted obeyed. "Now, quick Another mine will be openeel at tho window. When tho boat had Jump as far as you can I'll hold this place, immediately. Work will come to rescue her, Granny had your arm and catch that crudlol" Ted jumped and caught the baby's begin some time this week. T.ie straightened her tall figure and told just as the cradle filled and shaft will be sunk ou Mr. Chas. the boatman to save tho screaming dress down. Jim backed out, pullwent women across the street; for herself, Hardius's farm opposite the depot. ing Ted and- tho baby through tho HARTFORD, KY. The coal at this place is of a superior she could stand a riso of two feet window. more, "if it didn't como too sudden." Will practice his profession in all quality and finding that the demand So the boatman had rowed across; Tho three dropped in a heap on the Courts ol Ohio and atljoiniug foV De.mfield coal could not be sup and Mrs. Murphy in a silk dress en the raft. Thero was somo splashing counties, and in the Court of Apof the muddy water, but tho raft peals. plied by one mine, a new company traine, a hatbox in one hand and a Special attention given to held itself reasonably straight, and collections. Office, in County Attorcomposed of the following geutle- - birdcago in tho other, had hystericJim heaved a long sigh. ally submitted to being rescued. ney's office, in Court House. nien: Messrs W. F. Browder, "Now, Ted, if tho baby will only D, W. Sanders, Louisville; But still tho water rose; nnd tho sit still we'll get back." M. S. Thompson, Cadiz; Thomas next time the boat came to the winThe baby had seen many a rough dow Granny gathered her precious I'ettit, and G. C. Roberts, Owensboro, Perry Westerfield, experienco in her short year of life, was formed and everything is now quilts, and Teddy grasped his yellow and took being rescued from a waready for work. The clays are very dog and his yellower chicken tho tery grave as an everyday affair. latter being the only ono saved from Solemnly staring at the pair of rubline and a brick and tile factory will his brood of downy pets Beaver Dam, Ky. and toconnection with the mines. gether they bad joined the crowd of ber boots as they stood on tho ruf t, be run in she seemed to feel that tho object of The company is a strong one and forlorn outcasts upon the levee. the expedition was concealed behind 1717. old Deanfield has awaken from her Teddy didn't feel so hilarious those shining surfaces. lethargy and lias put on a then. Granny sat on a wet log and "My! Ain't sho good?" ejaculated HT LAWf smiling face. Not only the people of calmly" looked over her most pre- Teddy, as they mado good tlmo g cious possession, the pilo of quilts. this place, but the people of the surland. back to rounding country think that this "There's the 'Log Cabin,' the 'Irish Jim, "we're get-tiHartford, Ky. Chain,' tho 'Drooping Lily,' tho now where it ain't quite so deep. will soon be one 01 the foremost min' the wby, practice bis profeEeion in all It's over our heads, though, and if WILL courts of Ohm nnd mlininintr ing towns in the State. whore's tho 'Way to tho Black that baby" Suddenly the raft hit Country Jay. up with a snag, and the rubber boots rolled counties and Court of Appeals. SpecHills'?" and Granny stood such a face that Teddy slunk back. over. Quick as a flash the baby ial attention given to collections. umce over uarson a Co. Increase the appetite by the use of For a minute she looked across tho threw herself after them. Ted and They cause tumbling waters as if sho would Jim sprang for tho baby, and over Ayer's Cathartic Pills. start back after the missing quilt. the stomach, liver, and bowels to Teddy ventured near. "Granny," went tho raft. On tho leveo stood Granny and tho perform their functions properly, do hocallcd, pulling her dress, "don'tgo yellow dog. Yep, the dog, felt, as excessive stimulanot debilitate, by back. You'll git drownded, sure. You .jJTat '5.Tj"fc tho expedition tion, and arc not irritating in their kin have me Httlo chicken;" and ho Granny did, that not to have been undertaken ought action. As an nfterdinner pill they held up his forlorn mlto of a feather-les- s without consultation with the other chick. Granny looked at tho members of the family. are unequnlcd. little figure, and her warm heart When tho raft slid its occupants shone in her face. "Bless the dear into tho water Granny and Yep I.lcomry JVoIfk. b'y! Granny is out of her head to promptly waded in to tho rescue. That part of the sixty million peo- say a word about a puro quiit Tho water was above Granny's ple in this country who are interested when yo're alivol" Then sho gathin theatrical matters will welcome a ered Tedeb dog, chicken and quilts, shoulders; but she wuded bock to holding Ted with ono hand and delightful article on Mary Anderson all into her arms, and stalked along land the baby with tho other. Jim, who de Navarro, by the United States' to tho church, whero provision was could swim, rescued himself. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Consul at Geneva, the Hon. Ben K. mado for sheltering tho "washed-out- " "Granny," sputtered Ted, in deep families. Ridgley, which is to appear in the distress, "I was after tho 'Way to Is prepared to do all kinds of Tho next morning was glorious. May number of The Southern Magatho Black Hills'" Dental work at reasonable priees. "There's no need o' goin' there by zine. There appears in this article After a breakfast served by beautl. f ul King's Daughters princesses out water," interrupted Granny, as sho the first tine narration of the private of fairyland, Ted firmly believed lile and ambitions of this great wo- Teddy wandered out with his dog at marched past him to a heap of misman, and the true story of the court- his heels aud a strong heart in his ery covered with a shawl. PER MONTH "Lena," she said, tenderly, "open ship, retirement lrom the stage and breast. Granny had mado a little your arms, mavourneen, for tho dove IN Own marriage, and a clm.ming picture of bed for tho chicken, secured her behas como back to ye, over tho rnado easily and honorably, without capiher present home life. The paper is loved quilts, and was now working waters." tal, during your spare hours. 'Any man, to be illustrated with n great number over tho now arrivals. Tho river And Lena, with one great cry, woman, boy, orglrl can do the work looked clasped her baby to her breast, Granny without experience. Talking unof unpublished portraits of the actress, was still rising. g necessary. Nothing llkp ft for those taken as a school girl and at wistfully toward tho little red houso, whilo the baby, having laughed lie for on tho top shelf of tho kitchen through nil its peril, now began always cvit offered Notore. Our workers prosper. tlmo wasted In the time of her debut, together with closet lay thatprido of her heart, tho learning the business. We teach you in the most recent portraits of herself "Way to the Black Hills." Teddy to cry. how to succeed from tho "Achl mine little onol" cried the a night You can maka a trial without lint exand husband, taken in London. hour. was wading with tho happy ducks; happy mother. Then, seeing the pense to yourself. Wo start you, furnish It is the personnel of successes that but ho saw that look and a great, re- dripping boys, all' tho gratitude of everything needed to curry on the busiinterest us as well as the material fact. solve filled his soul. Ho would get her overflowing heart camo tumbling ness successfully, and gtiarantco you Much has been said about the man that quiltl Ho remembered its wonforth in a torrent of broken Eng- against failure If you but follow oar Header, if simple, derful red and bluo" circles nnd lish that overwhelmed tho young you are plain Instructions. monuy, and wtm li.n.s nincle The Costnnnolftan.also iu need of ready over which Granny had tolled navigators. about F.dwin Uok's power behind the i P0,nt8 want to know all about tho best paying uaan t uranny many hours, "Oh, Granny," cried Teddy, glad business Iwfore the public, scud us your Ladies' Home Journal; but aside from bo been mother and father to him all to change the subject, "look at Yep! address, nnd wo will mall you a docuthe connection of that gallant Confed- the years ho remembered? ment giving you all tho particulars. And erate and finished scholar, General wouldn't it be delightful to go away He's gottin' drownded." TRUE CO., Box 400, Yep, not being able to distinguish Basil Duke, the public has'not been out on tho water? Fortune, with Augusta, Maine. himself by rescuing Ted or the baby, iulornied ns to who is supplying the an eye to favoring tho brave, hero was nobly pulling up to land the manifold requirements to get out so sent a boat to this small Columbus. rubber boots. s 03NT among tho complete n literary success as The Jim King, renowned When Granny untied tho tops and The associate youth of the "district" for his now brought forth tho beloved quilt, her Magazine. Southern editor is Colonel T. E. Spencer, a high rubber boots, was navigating n face shono with joy. ho had made himself. "Hello!" "Teddy, me b'y," sho exclaimed, scholar ripe before his years; and the raft ho called toJTeddy; "want to como "tho first tlmo that yo marry yo is under the digeneral management o out?" Teddy did, thero was no shall havo tho quilt for your bride, rect charge of a young map, Sam ubout it; so ho confided to Jim and I'll make another for Jim, anei Stone Bush, They nlready have the his schcino for rescuing Granny's Yep shall havo a bed in tho kitchen Tlis Leading Photographer material assurance from the public quilt. if ever I seo tho old kitchen again Now Teddy didn't llko to ask that "nails" success. as long as tho blessed old torment Picturei lo Ererr Style and Sin. Granny if he might go. Sho would bhallllve." bo glad enough to got tho quilt when And when the Httlo houso dried 901d Pictures Copied and Enlarged IonlHlllo I.oilffo No. 000 V. A A. Jt. ho brought it back, ho reasoned, out as it did in a fow weeks WiiKiiBAS,, God in His divine wisA SPECIALTY. even if ho did get it wet. Granny, who is making another dom has by death called from us our There was, just then, a great com108J Main Street. always beloved Brother, John M. Smith. Be motion on tho west levco becauso a "Way to the Black Hills," gave Yep his bed in a corner of the o7tn6 OWENSBORO, KY it therefore German mother hud lost her baby. kitchen. N. Y. Independent. Kksolvkd, That we greatly feel Her husband was explaining that A Bounce. 01 m M M m the loss of our departed .brother and ho had caught up the Httlo ono from hold in fond remembrance his fidelity her cradle, bed and all, nnd brought tho young man entered tho When store a little lato he was. looking as to our order and his usefulness as a her with him. Every 0110 was searching for tho if ho had been through u week's wash citizen. child among tho piles of bedding; so and was hung out to dry In tho ruin. RnsoLVRD, That we deeply sympaJim and Teddy started off without "By Jove, old mnn; what's the thize with the family nnd friends in attracting notice matter?" asked a fellow clerk. "You CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT f For prompt their bereavement. nwr and an honot opinion, rtte to With great difficulty thoy guided aro about tho llmpcst specimen I MSNNA3CU..hobvabadnwl:rattrjewi a ipwtono la the patent btulnew. copy of these their unsteady raft to Granny's HtRhsoia'ui), That a ever witnessed." itrtotly oonnduitijU. Allanilbookof In-raieni. ana now 10 resolutions he deposited in the ar- tlo house. Fortunately, tho closet then?" ho "I don't look elastic, a catalogm ot RianhanKM and eaentlno bnofca aeni trmA. n copy sent to stood near a window and the door said, dejectedly. chives of Talent taken throuh ituun A On, Meerra a.uan. man veaai uiniiun scieniiao "I should say not." the family, nnd one sent to each of was open. Jim's long arm reached ibaa are brought widelf befiratbe pnblTovitK tho forgotten quilt. "And yot," he sighed, In jfflutM7Cub? StJU Cwl weeklr. our county papers nnd to the "How'U we yet it back dry!" said brioet glrealatloa of anr aeieMiae week la It tones, as ho took a fair News for publication. Teddy. girl's picture from his pocket, In a h'44 eenia. anij nunipar gonial . J. M. Johnson, ) "Just you wait," said Jim. manner: "I got the grand Com II. F. MircHRM., ioaea.jtb plea, enabling evUden to mow too Pulling off his boots, ho put the bounco only last Bight.'--' Detroit J, W. BlUTQW, J 'ffiFlxffiZffiuuxilSl' AStSift at; quilt Into one and tied tho tops to Free Press. hard-woo- d PHUT jJT r - Eingo, attorneys ggt gaw, G-oiff- Attorney at Law, 1 - Lawyer Attorney at Law. Rus-sellvill- e; git-tin- pra H, BARNES "Ycs,"-nnswcre- d n' i. wglTE s DENTIST. 190 BV DOLLARS Locality fianil-llmoney-makin- Your OAXjX-- lark I Jtcitler mis-tak- Non-Elast- Oommnnlca-tion- 00-lI-jq our-Loelg- yBreck-enrid- nt alea-aB- fr r U' " "fc IL half-doze- d . 1:. j'T - j v t -- &A .". Pffi T" J- -- to .nit. as it sins. a.. 1. si:v, prising tobacco men of Whltesville, Many positicus have been definitely arc to be congratulated upon the fact (nee Miss Walker.) have received and arc receiving n marked nud many commands have that a mini whoso sentiments uro bo gryat quantity of the weed nt B. R. erected permanent nud handsome low lias been kept out of so important I1Y ItAIDKIt. runusHKD i:vi:ky hiiday moknino Kclley's and W, T. Bellamy's houses monuments on the site of their harn position. Col. Phil Thompson ami . K.lltor ivnil Proprietor. near this plnce. ' dest fighting. The Stntc of Ohio jo. It. IM"(ii:itS. Col. John O. Hodges seem to he men Another flower is plucked, Mr. S. F. Wallace, No Creek, came nlonc lias spent nearly $80, 000 to honFRIDAY, Al'RII. 20, 1894. of about the same ilk. And borne from the parent stem; up on the 14th in.st., nftcr his wife or in that way the heioism of her solJ He Imrest or its kind, nnd daughter, who have been spend- diers engaged on that bloody battle A pine and priceless gem. , Jack Gitoss was Adjutant General 'Republican Ticket. ing n week with Mrs. Wallace's moth- field. lllrrtliiii.Ain. II. of the State when the Senatorial bee Plucked by n loving hand, The National Commissioners wish er nnd other relatives here. They For Comity Judge John l Morton. begun to buzz in his bonnet, but the Out from among the rest, For ShcriffCnl. 1'. Kcown. it known that they will be nt the ho-treturned home Sunday. people demanded that he resign, To brighten the heart and home For County Clerk D. M. Hockcr. Mr. W. W. Royal, Magan, member nt Cliicnmnugn Station during the Of one she loves the best. which ho rcluctnntly did nbout NoFor County Attorne- y- 15 P. Xcal. of the Republican Committee, made mouth of May, nnd they ntc very nnx-iou- s For Assessor N. C Daniel. vember let. Another man, n Mr, Plucked while the dew of love n flying trip to Hartford Saturday. that the various state Comium's-sinner- s For Jailer Jown V. jllack. Is sparkling on her face; Wieklifl, wns appointed to the G S. Fitsdiugh. For Surveyor Mr and Mrs. Jim Wooster, Fords-villshould meet them there and While her heart is light and gay, ,,?" and by the skin of For Coroner O. C. Westerfield. And her form is full of grace. paid their daughter, Mrs. Dick complete the work of location, for it MAGISTRATES. his teelh Gross wns cleeted to the isTlie intention to have n lorninl dediFiiqua, a visit one day last week. Plucked while the morn of joy, Hnrtfoid A. S. Anil. tCS?h. k. ifSStStL. L Semite: Now that the Legislature Miss Hattie Wooster, Fordsville, is cation of the park in September next. Her future gilds with light, Rosinc C. L. Woodward. has adjourned, Jack, never satisfied And fills her tender mind spending a few days with her sister, Gov. Brown appointed n commission Ctomwell Jont II. Wilson. 3?lF-- V- -J -'- - 1B-i- x With visions of delight. TT VW save ho is feeding at the public crib, Fordsville Mrs. Fuqua. often membcis last year,six of whom -wAAdjutant-Genera- l Ruford .;ca is to bo Mrs Dave Fuqua, Magan, wns the visited the grounds in October 1st Plucked ere winter's frosts constiihu:: Palls on her golden hair; Gross is still by Gov. Brown. guest of her mother, Mrs. Jnne Royal, and locateJ 111 tny positions oi" Ky. Hartford Hosca Shown. regiments. Some of them will visit Senator, having drawn n long term, Then give her your heart's best love, Saturday and Sunday. Allen. Rosine Thomas If thou would'st keep her fair. Mr. S. L. Jack Picrson nnd son, Chicainauga in May, nnd will be glad Cromwell R. n. Martin. but he is nbout the only support Gov. Hartford, Ky., April 17, 1894, 'ordsville to have the help of comrades not on Sam, went to Baietown Friday. IfsJBrown has for the United Stato SenBuford Mr. J. S. Farmer nud wife went to the commission in their woik. It ate, nnil so .Jack must bo cared for. will be n shame for Kentucky if her Fordsville Friday. There is n well defined idea 111 the Miss Gross, Magan, is visititing soldiers are left without due memorial UK knjovkd it. Jolly good natur- minds of the people of Kentucky that on this field, which the National Govher mother, Mrs. Baic. one office isijuite enough for one mnn cd Rowan Holbrook went to LouisMr. Tom Baize and wife visited nt ernment has set apart to honor the ville last week and 011 Saturday evenand perhaps the Hon. J. Y. Brown valor of nil engaged. Joseph Wnllace's, ncnrClark's School-housmay one day find out that they think ing witnessed the game of base ball Sunday. between the Louisville League team so pretty strongly. Nl ni ill Priii.tn.lr'nrit Mr. G. D. Royal made a business and the Louisville Athletic Club (the Mr. R 15. Lee Simuierniau, of Johnanyttrip to Whltesville Saturday. Tiik Republicans of Daviess couuty L. A. C.) team. Ho reports .1 good son City, Tenu ,and Miss Jessie Ford, Gro- met in a rousing Convention at the time and is nil in love with Rill Mr. J. A. Cheek, Fordsville, filled of this phce, were married at the hing-in Brown, Fred I'feffer and Danry Rich- his appointment near Washington bride's father, Mr. J. W. Ford, at Court House, Owensboro, Inst SaturChurch Sunday. Conic again, Jim. Queens-war- e and nominnted tho following ardson, Louisville's first and second day o'clock Wednesday Morning, Rev 1J. R. I. l'UllI.ICAN. -He says 1? Pate pronouncing the ceremony. ticket for the November election: For basemen and short stop. Tlie bridal party left at once for a I'rnm flip J11II. County Judge, S. W. Bennett; for their playing wns not only superb, 7TT-rvn Things are on a boom here. J. P. tour of the Ivist returning to John-- , County Clerk, C. W. Kimbley; for but was away "out of sight." ' I 1 QUAliTERLY llEPQllT Thompson's bote is doing a good son City, Tenu., wlure they will l.uuil l. 1I0. Countv Attorney. T. L. Karn; for Having just returned from Kansas, ' TRACY & SON'S. 01' m.anks. The stock of business nt the present time. He make their future home Shout OF TIIK Assessor, Sheiill.Allred Thruston; for I wish to dispoic of .ibotit oo acres blank marriage license in the Clerk's has ten lcgular boaders; good accom. 11. H. Hunniiig; for Jailer, T. Allen. Miillliiul).SrJiii;iiiili--tracts nud in Olfice is modations If.Jack Gross needs still another The ticket is a strong one, and the expectingrunning low and all parties Rnte3 $2 pergiven to nil customers. Mr. Jns. M. Mnttingly and Miss of land in thteoifor four Rivet Church. ' ncighborhoo 1 'Uccn day. to marry in the near future job isn't there some way by which Democrats will haven hard fight to LizieSchapinirc will be married next Will sell said iii:d cheap nnd on would do well to call in early. The Our saws are still running. Klvis tiic Governor could appoint him win. Mr. S. W. Bennett was born Wednesday at the home of the bride's easy terms. I cm bo found by mail shortage was caused by an unusual Keeton is our head sawyer. We are Shcrifl of Union county? The nt Cromwell and wi'l l in that part of Ohio county, which number required to satisfy a young nearly done sawing at this set then father, Mr C. F. Schnptuirc. nt my old groom came to Hnrtfud nbout a year homestead 2 miles east. At tho Closo of BuBinoss on Siati: Superintendent Thompson has since been cut oil into McLean couidc who passed out of the condi- we will move to parts unknown. ago to superintend the Hartford Water is n brother to Prof. tion of single into that of double ft C lU'TM'.K. county. He Rolla Sanders went out last Saturmid the Stato Board of Examiners 23d day ol Docom- Mills and by his life has won a host Problessedness recently. The youne day night on a pleasure trip. are making a trong effort to orgauize Amos Bennett, who wns once n For the occasion ot the Southern! bor, 1803. of friends. Miss Sehnpuiire is a young Benman in the case, with a flutter in his Uncle Warren Griffin, of Hartford, a State 'Heading Circle. It is a good fessor in Hartford College. Mr. lady of many virtues and is worthy Baptist Convention, tickets will be is in every thro it, applied to theClerk for license and Brother Browder, of KE.S0UKCE3. on nle lor train Xo. 7 May Sth and of the noble man of her choice nirvo and the teachers should take nett a farmer nud a man The town, came up to see us last Sunday, respect worthy of the confidence of which were issued promptly. Loans and Discounts, less for trains of May 9, to, and t2,'94, hold of the plan. , loans to Directors . . $54, 127.50 in his ecstacy, and Brother Browder gave us an inRockport Lodge no 312 F. & A.M. ,at $22.55 for the lotind trip, limited the people of his adopted couuty. The happy grojm-to-beteresting talk, which we appreciated. meets iegul.it ly every fitst and third to 3 days e.icli way with extreme Loans to Ditcclors (officers is none other thnn 'showed the license to the prospective 181)2 the Democrats after a camcandidate for Clerk Is not included . 600.00 father-in-lawho at once objected to Why not some of the good people of Saturday night. W. A. Br.r.i., W. M. limit ol ed and popular paign of denunciation gained a preat the jovial, 30 days from dale of sale. Overdrafts, .secured . . . 1,412.00 the manner in which his daughter's Hartford visit the jail if it is not J. D. M.uinox, Sec'y. The "Big Baptist Train" will leave Ovetdmlts, unsecured . . 568.48 victory, but in less than two years Charlie Kimbley, a native of this name was spelled. As a result the contrary to their religion. Memphis vi "Cotton IWt" at 11 Due (tout National Banks 15,759.11 the party in Congress with more than county, nnd until recent years residSiiiiIpi-- 3!iiI( (JihiiI lilw t'.M'iiiif. Due fiom State banks nud So I will close by thanking the young man ordered another license. ing nenr Cernlvo. His many friends eighty majority in the House is forcBankers Sunday morning ab'jut 2:30 o'clock a. in. Wednesday, May o, and arrive Io3 00 Tfie bride-to-b- e happened to see this editor of Tin: Riut'iimcan for furBanking house nud lot . . 3,000.00 ed to adopt hated Republican pre- here are pleased to know of his can last and she objected, and the groom nishing us with so much good readRolla Saudeis broke jail again, this at Dallas 7 .1. 111 , May loth. Specie II. Mr.uiticK, Agent. '.308.97 cedents in order to get n vote on the didacy nnd wish him success in NoJailer again trotted into the Clerk's Office ing, and wishing that but few of its time it seems si ccessfully. Ciirieucy 5,017.00 Thompson, assisted by Messrs. Win vember. The other men on the tickfpiestions on which the Demo very Other items carried as cash for another change, which he got. He many readers may ever try the reali.Nu I In'. 50.00 crats claim their victory in'il2. To .1 et are also men of ability and charac- at once carried the document to the ties of jail life, I am one of the pris- Lyons and G. W. Hunger, had search1,500.00 On and after this date. April 6, my Furniture and Fixtures . . Taxes paid ed the jail Saturday morning for tools 34.o5 Democrat who feels an honest pride ter and the good people of Daviess preacher with directions not to allow oners. nddres.s will lie Sulphur J. C. W. Current expenses 1,768.56 with which it was believed the pris- Springs, Ky. in his party this state of case would do well to put into practice the any other member of the family nor W. II. Mooiu:. A Dny In t'oniln;;. oners were preparing to make an esDemocratic appeal "to any close relatives to see the license mint be most humiliating. $85,443.67 mountain rciio cape. The latter had been turned inturn the rascals out," and seat in for fear he would have to make anMAW LUTES. If the Republicans of Kentucky nre to the corridor while the search went Heaver Dam win i.imi nlwut 191I1 or 20t olj Wiiilk it is very true that the pre- their stead these good men offered ns other application to Rowan 's Capital stock paid in, incashf 25,000.00 alert to their interest, and there is on in the cells. When candidates by the Republicans. this was com- April. All persons wanting first-cla- Surplus lititd sent jail is n costly luxury to the counheadquarters. 5,250.00 scarcely a doubt but that they will be pleted the prisoners photographic work, I will be Undivided profits . . were ordered . . 6,312.33 ty and is not so good as the old jail and no serious mistakes are made, back into the cells. iioiisi: iiitt.M'ii. Sanders was glad to make them. Remember use Due Depositors 48,830.36 A brand Ni:v lock. On Wedneswould have been with the new gratApril iS. Having seen nothing in Kentucky will certainly be representthe Instantaneous Process for Biby DucSrtebanks&St'tcb'k'rs 50.98 ing yet it must be remembered that your paper from this place recently I day n secure lock was put upon the ed in the next Congress by not less among the first to go in, but remarktrap-doin the jail loft, by means of thnu three members and possibly six. ed directly that not all the bjys were Pictures. Come to Denver Dam for in Sander's two successful efforts it will write a few lines concerning our fS5.443. 67 in. He was asked who was out and vour Photos, wheie you always net which Sanders made his exit last Sat- The Statu or Kentucky, ) 5S the vigilance of the jailer he interesting little town. Ninth. Tenth and Eleventh work. Yours truly, replied that Willis had not ct put in Coi'nty oi' Ohio, j Farmers are busy engaged prepar- urday. This is a case of locking the lias beaten and not the jail cells A are almost certain to elect ReA. I). Taylor. While Willis was John II. Barnes, Cashier of Beaver stable after the horse is gone. It may publicans to Congress next Novem- his appearance. very large majority of the men who ing for a crop. Dam Deposit Bank, a bnnk located being put in Sanders skipped out inbe, however, that it is feared that Mr. J. T. Muir the honest Photogber, and the Third, Fifth and Uighth have escaped from the jail have done and doing btisincs in the town of to the corridcr and waited until the Sanders might try to get back into will probably do likewise. Such reBeaver Dam, in said county.bcing duto, not through the cells but from the rapher is back in our place making cells were locked and the three men the jail. ly sworn, says that the foregoing reshadows. actions ngninst Democracy and Demcorridors. Keep the prisoners in the had gene dewu He then crcpt to port is in all respects a true statement The boys will soon organize a base cells and keep tools away from them of the condition of the said bank at Smrhtly i.i:it. Some of the ocratic principles were- - never known the north side of the jail nnd climbed ball nine here. the close ot business on the 23d day and they won't get out. young men of town nre in the not before in this country, ana Kentucky up the grating to a trap door in the Mr. Warren Leach will open up a ol December, 1893, to the best of his is no exception to the rule. Thousvery commendable habit of loitering ceiling, nud finding it open went into knowledge andbclicf;and further say's general line of gioceries here in n of thousands who have about the church door on prayenueet-in- g ands upon top Tin: Democrats have at last been the loft where he remained nil dny that the'busincss of said bank has short time. heretofore been affiliating with the nights until services are over and forced to acknowledge that Reed's been transacted at the location namHe 0011 had pickeJ the wall through Mr. Wm. Graves, boss of the from mere habit or ed, and not elsewhere; and that the then walking home with the girls. It Democratic party to the outside layer of btick at the rule was right and they were wrong factory, moved into Mr. Ta wns above report is made in compliance is not certain whether this conduct is because their father before them eaves, but deci !c 1 not to try another and on Tuesday the piesent Quorum-le-- s bor's new house yesterday. with an official notice received from n Democrat, without once considering occasioned by any antipathy the daylight escape. He rested on his Congress with its 80 Democratic the Secretary of State, designating Little Toinmie Cable, who got his effect Democratic or knowing the the 23d day of December, 1893, as the Jailer Thompson ICy. majority adopted a new rule which is arm broke several weeks ago, we are young men may have to prayer or principles would have had upon their oars until night. lay on which such report shall be prayermeeting or whether it is in orwas up in the jail repeatedly during merely the Reed rule in 11 little dif- glad to note is out again, and business generallyif they mnde. der to save the dime which is the ap- interest the day, but did not discover that It's just as cay to try One Minute ferent form. Forty Democrats eveu Mr. John McDaniel, our hustling Subscribed and sworn, to before me were carried into execution, nre getproximate cost of sending n enrd to soon as banners wrs missing. voted against the rule and it was only hotel-mais slightly complaining. ting heartily sick of the effect of everything was quiet Saturday night CoughCurc ns anything else. It's by John II. Barnes, the 30th day of young ladies in question. At an' easier to cine a.severe cold or cough December, 1893. Siikmiv Tayi.ou, We have an interesting Sunday the passed by the Republicans voting for ana now boldly esDep. County Court Clerk. Sanders proceeded to pick out the with it. Let your next purchase fora rate on Wednesday night a certain Democratic rule it. Again the Democrats wheel into School of forty members. Ivvery erne Republicanism. pouse the cause of I. P. Barnard, President. outside layer of brick, but he was sur- cough be One Minute Cough Cure. young fellow gathered himjlt all R. P. IIocKiiR, Director. line four years after the Republicans should lend it their influence, it beMany thousands more will ether do prised to find he had cut in too high Detter medicine; better result; letter blushingly together at the Methodist " Jno. II. Barnks, linve pas-e- d tiiumphnntly over the ing the first ever organized in the Church door nnd was preparing to this or silently march up to the polls up and the hole opened ngninst the try it. L. 1). Dean. and quietly deposit a Republican balQUARTERLY REPORT Poor old Democracy. place. Kime giotind. boxing. He was compelled to cut await the closing of services nnd the Wc see the Courier-Journlot as a protest against the present thanks Call in and ask to seeScivcns' Un-- 01 through lower down nnd hence his xl IK- coming oi ins lassie lrom witliin. the Lord for all little favors. Well state of affairs, evidently the result of Tm: Louisville Commercial of Just about this time he espied two a want of execution nnd legislative delay until between two and three derwear for gents nt Carson & enough, we predict that the DemocratCo's. 34 4t o'clock. love lorn swrius who clung to says: ic party will have nothing to thank other ability ol the Democratic party. There follow-in;In ordei to reach the ground n disor the shadows near by, but on seeing is 110 predicting in advance the revoThe from that staunch Him for in the future. (lniri-l- i llcillciilioii. Democratic paper, the Nashville Hautance of about twenty f.et from the the aforesaid young man, came forth On the 1st Sunday in June the The Spelling Ucc Friday night at lution that is in waiting for the peolier, .allows the progiess of the comopening he had made he crawled Methodirt Kpisc0p.1I Church at Wash-iiigto- u At the closo of Business on and very kindly and .sympathetically ple of the United States upon the ides mon sense which lias at last brought the school house watt, a grand success. tho 23d day of Decemback down into the corridor, got some informed the young fellow that his will be dedicated by the Rev. the House in results: November. Nj:hry. ber, 1893. blankets and lied them together thus D. F, Kerr, P. K , of the Green River girl had just gone home, and one of "The Democratic members of the irom anotiir.k cokiiksi'oxdkxt. making a rope which he tied to the District, Kentucky Conference. All House arc not doing themselves any them added that she was sick, and Tin- - .Niiperlnrlly RfiSOURCRsT April 16 We are having a good with n tear in his eye nnd a dull ache Of Hood's Sarsaparilla is due to the grating. Woodward, one of the priscredit by wasting time in the discus-sio- u friends of the Church nud Christianity Loans nud discounts, less of n quorum rule Speaker Sunday school at this place. Glad in his heart the young fellow van- tremendous amountof brain work and oners, is firmly of the opinion that loans to Directors . . $68,304. 80 are invited to come nnd btiug their Crisp ought to have the courage and to see so many people taking an inished as suddenly ns he had come. constant care used in its preparation. Sanders tried to catch to the window baskets of good things to cat nnd in- Loans to Directors (officers common seu.se to make a rule of his terest. not included . 406.00 The story wns all a fake and nowthe Try one bottle and you will be con- sill as he came down, but slipped vite your friends to come with you. ' own, and count every member pres-ni- t Loans to Officers Quite a crowd from this place went victim of the cruel joke is hunting vinced of its superiority. 400.00 who is ically piescnt, whether he It purifies and he says fell heavily to the ground J II. PltltRYMAN. Overdrafts, secured . . , 1,937.3s does his duty by answering to his to the Pine Knobs last Sunday. All the two jokers with a gun. the blood which, the source of health, where he lay soiu: time groaning. Overdrafts, unsecured . . 437.06 name on the call for a vote, or wheth report n pleasant trip except one, Mr. Not one minute elapses between the Due from Nat. Banks . . 5,966.74 cures dyspepsia, overcomes sick headHe has made goad his escape it er he refuses to do his duty by keepDee Park, says he is sorry his buggy aches nnd billiousness. It is just the seems and thui relieves himself of n taking of One Minute Cough Cure Due from St'e B'ks& B'k'rs 483.28 ritir.Mi.snii. ing silent. The House needs no furMrs. Jnne Worral, who has been medicine for you. nnd relief. two years' job in the penitentiary. Why shouldn't people Banking house and lot . . 3000.00 ther quorum rule. All that is need- broke down and he had to get some of Stocks and Bonds. . . . 1,341.67 ed is for the Speaker to insist that no the crowd to bring his girl home. sick for several months, is reported tnke One Minute Cough Cure? They Specie Hood's Pir.i.s are purely vegetable, 2,718.78 member shall hereafter be encouraged We think we will have a wedding somewhat better, but there is little should. They do. L B Di.au. Currency 2,260.00 Mrs. Elizabeth Robertson died nt carefully prepared from the best in in the idiocy of sitting in his scat and to report soon if Mr. Richard Leach hope of her ultimate iccovery. Ivxchanges for Clearings . 2.145.59 refusing to vote in order that he her home near Shreve on Friday gredients. Other items carried as cash 1,367.49 Mr. Jack Johnson, who has been in may be constructively absent, Speak- continues his visits on this side of the I'lir hr.lo. morning last at the goo.l old age of 1,000.00 A good sevond hand cart. er Crisp can settle the question in one creek. ill health for a long time, yielded up '. Call at Kiirniture nnd Fixtures . . seventy-threThe funeral services Taxes paid 145-9minute by instructing the clerks to Mr. Sam Bycrs and wife were visiDr. S. J.' Wedding, Rosinc, and this ofiice or address IheRwunuCAN the ghost nt the residence of his Current expenses .' . . . 1,088.50 were held at Pleasant Grove Church count every member who is present ting Mr. Saudbach and family Situ-daThe Miss Minnie Renfrow.SttlphurSprings near here, Thursday. Other nssets, debts in suit 698.54 and who refuses to vote ns present." on .Saturday, after which the remains No better aid to digestion, next dny his remains were tnken to were married Wednesday at 1 o'clock were interred in the Pleasant Grove Horn, to the wife of Green Wood on his old home in Indiana for interment. No better cure for dyspepsia, p. 111,, at home of the bride's father 93.7oi'77 Cemetery. The deceased left many Tin: Lexington Observer, edited by the 5th iust., n fine boy. LIABILITIES. Nothing more reliable for biliousMrs. Reua Fuqua, who has been Mr. Kd Renfrow. The ceremony be- friends and relatives who mourn her Col. John 0. Hodges, suy-- : Mr. Rosco Wood paid his best girl sick with malarial fever for a couple ing pronounced by Rev. G. J. Bean. ness and coiist'pation thnn DeWitt's Cap'l stock paid in, in cash $30,000,00 loss. . "Gen. Sam Hill lends us a word of n flying visit Sunday. 7,418.97 Little Early Risers, the fatuous little Undivided profits The groom is one of the lrading of weeks, was not improved when last Deposits subjectocheck(on cheerful assurance. He says that if pills. L. B Bean. Roma Por.iA'. physician of the county and a man of heard from. which in. is not paid . 56,069.79 Judge liradley should send for the Due National Banks . , . Mrs. Isabelle Royal is sick at this much worth. The btide is a beauti-tifu- l edilot of the Observer, take him to 81.63 Oti.ilip I'liy orii! Due State banks nndban'rs Washington and hang him, the peonnd cultured young lady whose TOEBuSLOZ-aEHB-: 131.38 writing. She is over 80 years old llRMORKhT'S MACAXINi; TOR MAY. ple ol Lexington will claim the body, noble life has won nltost of friends Ami those certificates should It is one of the marvels of modern nnd her recovery is doubtful. bring it home and have the most 93.701.77 , They will make their home in Ror Mrs. Roach, who has been sick for write for catalogue of The Tcichcrs' "C"" magnificent funeral ovation ever wit- depravity that the people in their Static ok Krntucky, ) sine. Trnii.ing Svhoo'. A .summer course. nessed in the State. Fxcuse us SamCounty qv Ohio, j sovereign capacity as voters should some time, is 110 better. uel! Opens June ath. Mr. C. M. I5vnns is quite sick at not ex- so degrade their manhood as to be obTin CIiIciiiiiiiiikh 1'nrli. Sam K. Cox, President of Bank of R. V. Cnoc::i;rr, Principal, actly what we are hanketing nitcrjust his home near here. Hattford, Ky., a Bank located and r.ouisvir.i,n coMMUnciAi.. Klkton, Ky. now. We prefer to remain here and livious to both moral nnd political obdoing busiuess in the town of HartGovOur readers are awate that the Johnnie Wnllnce went to Fordsville ligations, and prostitute their soverenjoy the.spiinj;tiuie of life a little AND TONIC ford, in said county.being duly sworn CIiinIi'i; Onl Snlrx. longer." eign power of protection to tluow n few days ago nud had a finger split ernment has bought most of the land Hiving more salt on baud than I says that the foregoing Report is in For Old and Young And ho might linvo added to boost around this demon of selfish cruelty, in order that his bone felon might on which the battle of Chicainauga til respects a true statement want I will sell for the next few days condition of the said Bnnk at of the was fought nnd has made it n nationTO the close the blmmcless Breckenridgons a Pres- the liquor traffic, a garb of legal re- cense to exist. good slt for Si oo per birrel. of business on the 23d day of DecemF.nrly Monday morning. April 2l,a al park. A Nationnl Commission has idential candidate. Tho Olmervcr in spectability, using the forms of law QUICKEN ber, 1893, to the best of his knowlA. q. WiUTi!. visitor arrived at Isaac A. Westerfield. had charge of the grounds for several the sumo issue from which tho above to subvert the very object of law edge nnd belief; nnd further says that proposes to stay nnd yenis, has graded and macadamized girl and THE Trti'iluiirj'. was clipped, grew enthusiastic in its bUould even provide for their feasts It's n the business of bald Bnnk has been Mother, all the main roads, opened nil the Dr. Miles White, Veterinary Sur- transacted at the location named,' and these inciting beverages with their make herself interesting. prnisoof Brt'ckenridgo us a "reprechild nnd Ike nil doing well. Dr. F,. minor roads and restored it ns far ns geon, of Oweiisbori, will be in Ilnrt-for- d not elsewhere; nnd thnt the above resentative of nil tho peoplo,f'uiid urges criminal tendencies, nnd use this possible, to the condition in which it on tO'iuoirow to reninin four port is made in compliance with an poison ns a religious emblem of good W. Ford nttending physician. REMOVE THAT the confessed libertiuo as a candidate Born to the wife of Mathias Batly.a wns nt the time of the battle. It is days. All parties having diseased official notice received from the Secwill nud personal virtue, even perretary of State designating the 23d for tho highest oflice in tho gift of tho Feeling stock thculd call en him. verting and quoting Scripture to jus- few days ago, a child, either boy or part of the duty of the Commissioners day of December, 1893, as the day on people of tho United States, and in. tify girl. Dr. Ilnvn't Heard nttending to mark the position of the various which such report shall be made. And Make the Weak Strong. this fraud and injury. v We lcnrn that the luiqiia-Cravcn- s suits tho manhood of tho South by pliystclan Subscribed and sworn to before me commands engaged, nt the different I k sick suburbs, ol stages Our n-wedding announced to occur at Mar- by Sam K. Cox the 28th day of DeIt enriches TvwiM.c of the battle, and to aid them every organ the blood and Invigorates saying that "110 iniiu of the South cuu i Deanefield, is reported convnlescent. and tissue of the body, . a cember, 1893. G.B.Likkns.C.O.C.C. hea ? vin's Chattel last Sunday did not "im!e Col. fi?; dike precedence to him." fWaS Coal mines are to be opened on Mr. in that task they have secured the ap, Sam K. Cox, President, l bUr"8, C. D. Hnrden's land in the neat; although n cousidcraMe pointment of Commissioners from the has been n cnudiduto for Su? Hodges J. J. McIIknry, Director, bruises, chapped hands, sores I , various States, composed of persons " John C. Thomas, perintendent of Public Instructions of of all descriptions nnd if you have me' Outm othut, will cure you crowd gathered to witness the in " J. S. Coi.kman, Messrs. Brny and Metcnlf, enter- - who took part in the engagement, lite State, but the people of Kentucky piles use it for them, L. B. Bean. Hnrtford Republican I TRACY & SON "ftl3S.8BBEj!v t r el e, S .W. 1 fiflLLIAM TELL Your mother and &), F&mmg; L Implements. a father that if they are wanting the cery and line they will find it at e, "ACM karrowsm specialty. Cull on thorn for anything in tho Imple- if ment Line. IJRAOXfiaoSF, - HartfariL m ' V Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK I j 1 1 w good-natur- ... 1 .... Hoi-brook- ss 1 Dis-tric- ts first-chiF- S Try the Celebrated Globe Hartford le Fertiliser. .s al Wed-ncMlu- ? e WORD ... , WfMUIIiiK-ItrnrroM- e. son-in-la- y, ... THE BEST BLOOD 1 Purifier . ) 1 Appetite, Tired ii,i. ..,io Z ct..i over-thecree- . 1 ?, Ayer's Sarsaparilla e; ' 3B8KSfc, "' I1" 'I l,t J'P i,"'.t''"i'"." f! WW!- - P Judge John C. Townscnd is quite Jluy your straw hats nt Fair llros. & Co. i "Don't Indorse." That was the advice given to Young y d old Business Men hy a financier. That is all well enough as applied to commercial paper, but we say hard-heade- .sick. - l'inc Hue Russian calf shoe3 nt Fair Fair Bros. & Co. hate the nicest Bros. & Co. . line of millinery. R. J. Barnett, Rives, Tcnn., came Great reduction in prices of flour nt up home yesterday. lliniy N.ill's. s Handsomest line of Ladies and nt New styles in Ladles Hack-hat- s Oxfords nt Fair Bros. & Co. Fnir Bros. & Co. Mr. Donald M. McPherson, Louis('cuts Pearl Alpine lint at FairBros. ville, is visiting Hon. John J. & Co, the latest out. Cliil-dreny. OLIVER CHILLED PLC w OVESH Ask to sec our Straw Hats. j 100,000 SOLD LAST IN THE WORLD ! M Cahson & Co. You will find the latest styles of Millinery goods at Carson & Co. Wc have the latest thing in Straw Caiison & Co. Hats. Briglicbt, prettiest nnd newest style in neck wear nt Fair Hros. Torchion Si. Dr. Ncsto, rriBarnett,"' Caneyville, is visiting !,fifiKhffiA Mm. Amanda Barnett , Kintlerhook. The baptizing announced for yes terday afternoon was postponed on nc count of the morning rain. The next meeting of the Ohio County Farmers nnd Labor Union will take place nt Sug nr Grove. President Miller will announce the time. Mr. A. D. Rodgers, Hopkinsville, Grand Chancellor of Knights of Pythias of Kentucky, assisted by about BEST GENERAL PURPOSE PLOW UNLESS You Indorse The good and reject the bad, this world of ours would'boa sorry place. Take for example Co. Sic the large line of hand made laces at Fair llros. & Co. Ilcidqiiiutcrd for Dress Goods. Fair linos. & Co. $3.00 ghoes K- b " . w - Surely you can indorse those shoes after once trying them, for the value is there. In such weather as we arc now having what may be called On any sort of foot wear, you need the very best stock and make, for dampness is sure to Sec our clothing before buying fifteen other Knights from HopkinsCahson & Co. elsewhere ville and Owcnsboro instituted a K. The largest stock of ribbifns, laces of P. Lodge here last night. nnd millinery is at Fair Uros. & Co. Miss Ethel Martin, daughter of Iliggest line window shades, lace Esquire G. W. Martin, Cromwell, curtains and screens at Fair Uros. & died on Friday 12th and was buried Co. on the 13th inst. in' the cemetery at you arc after the newest shapes Green River Church. She was only L If in millinery Fair llros. re Co. is the fourteen years old and n kind dutiful daughter,'' place. . Dr. J. S. Coleman has returned Another large shipment of Hoys Clothing just received at Fair Dros. from Greenville Monday, where he has just closed n successful revival. &Co. Rev. Barrow, of Sweet Water, Tenn., 20 yards Indigo Calico for$i.oo, 20 who assisted Dr. Coleman in the yaids Gor.i Domestic for $1 00 at meeting, accompanied the latter home Fair llros. & Co. and spent several days. New Dress triniings in Moire silk, Messrs. S. L. Fulkerson and Geo. nnd Point dc Vctiise insertions at M. Maddox have purchased thelivery Fair Uros. & Co. stable of Reid, linden & Co., Rock-- There are Fifteen Reasons why you Should use Nothing but the Oliver Chilled Plow: 1st. They are the original and only genuine Chilled Plow made. 2d. They are adapted to all kinds ot soil and will s work in sod or stubble. do 3d. The mould boards nro thoroughly chilled,, have no soft spots in them, will scour in any soil, and will not Vear out in ten years' plowing. 4th. Oliver's Chilled Metal will not corrode. The heaviest coat 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. 5th. The Oliver has a thorough center draft.runs lighter than any other plow, and is under the direct and complete control ot the operator. Gth. The wood work being free from mortises permits easy, rapid and perfect adjustment, either for two or three hordes. 7th. The Oliver is economical in repairs, and when your share is renewed you have an entirely new cutting edge, 8th. The Oliver patent slipMiose share can be furnished when desired; a wonderful saving device. 9th. All parts of the Oliver Chilled Plows are fitted over templates at the works, hence arc exact first-clas- Mr. J. T. Weller and Miss Nora J. Midkiff were married at Beech Valley Church on last Sunday. Peaches must sell. A. D. White will sell you 3II) cans, Chester River Peaches for scents per can. 1 port, and will continue the business. The firm name is Fulkerson & Maddox. These worthy gentlemen deserve success in their undertaking. Revs. W.T. Cox and William Tay- 5fY SOieg Y0i3 We have everything you require ' to protect your feet and preserve your health. Every barrel of Flour sold by me is guaranteed to give satisfaction or IIkkky N i.t, money refunded. When vou want n jiood, easy, close slmviv mil nn IT.- C Pace, ' on Market' - j street. He is one of the best barber; in Kentucky. lor are carrying on a big meeting at Sulphur Springs. They have a big Mr. Thomas J. Davis and Miss in the grove near town and are Annie Faught were married at the tent doing excellent work. Next week home on last Tuesday. bride's the tent will be moved to Concord nnd the meeting will continue several days. duplicates, 'aud by simply giving tho number and a nd you are sure of a perfect fit. 10th. The Oliver Chilled Plow has hundreds of imitators. No manufacturer will try to imitate an inferior plow. 11th. For ease of management, adjustability and lightnsss ot draft, it has no successful competitor. 12th, The Oliver 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 speak from faith born of experience 14th. hTere are over 1,500,000 Oliver Chilled 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 iu 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 satisfaction, than any other plows on the face of the globe. FAIR BROS. lItOPKIETOKSfrt - & CO., - A most distressing case of what seems to be epilepsy is reported from Fordsville. On last Saturday a Miss Roberts of that place was taken violent ill and at last accounts was not much improved. The attending Just received a bait lovl of Flour which I will sell as cheap as the physicians, however, think she will recover. cheapest quality considered. fiLook out for imitation plow points and other extras. Tho genuine points and other repairs are raa'de only by the OLIVER CHILLED PLOW WORKS, South Bend, Ind., U. S. A. All others are spurioup. Remember that the Oliver Chilled Plows are the best in the world, and be sure you get only the genuine points and other reEvery GENUINE pairs, thus avoiding the dissatisfaction that is sure to follow tho use of the spurious extras. OLIVER CHILLED PLOW is made at our factory and has stenciled on the wood work the inscription "Manufactured by the Oliver Chilled Plow Works, South Bend, Ind., TJ. 8. A." For Sale by Z, Wayne Griffin & Bro., Hartford, Kentucky. Clntne Season. First on program for MASONIC HOME JOURA,1-- . the evening's entertainment was: The Chief of Policehas given orders Resolved, That Woman has had to the police to arrest any one holdMore Influence over Civilization than Man. Affirmative H. Craig and D. ing or exposing for sale game, as folH. Howerton; Negative J, A. Wes- lows: Venison.between March 1 and Septerfield and R. C. Jarnagin. After thirty minutes debate with very tember 1; squirrels.between February strong argument on both sides, it was 1 and June 15; wild geese and ducks, decided in favor of the affirmative, between April 1 and August 15; wild after which followed Recitations, Par- turkeys, between February 1 and odies and Declamations. First was a September 1; woodcock, between FebParody by Alonzo Rogers; Essay by ruary 1 and June 20; quail, patridge C. H. Ellis j Review or a Poem by J. or pheasant, between January 1 and H. Barnes; Comic Declation by J. C. November 15; doves, between FebruBarnard; Impromptu by A.O. Bridges; ary 1 and August 1; thrush, meadow Song rendered by Hartford Quartette, lark, finch, martin, swallow, flicker, redbird, oriole, catbird after which a five minutes recess was given in behalf of those who wished or other song or insectivorous birds at The possession of any of to go home. All Recitations, s any time. and Declamations were rendered these animals or birds, within the pevery nicely, and the evening's enter- riods of which the killing is prohibtainment will long be remembered as ited, is prima facie evidence that said animal or bird was killed or caught n credit to the young gentlemen. unlawfully, and shall subject the person having it to a fine of not less than NIIREVE. April 13. We are having nice $5 nor more than $25. weather at present. . r If "S. Come and sec inc. A. D. Whiti:. Remember that by buying S10.00 worth of goods aiid paying'Cnsh for same mai a. u. wuuc win uiw uu a present of 011c barrel ofgood salt, as good salt as you can gel from any Mose-l- y one. Born, to the wife of Mr. J. S. HEW TIME TABLE. Friday evening,!! fine girl. Remember if you bring, your produce to us you can get Dtts Goods, County Clerk Kowan llolbrook Clothing! Hats, from LouisvilleSaturday night. Groceries, Furniture, Shoes of all kinds, nnd'iu jtoct everyMr. 15. D. Boone, representing the thing kept in a firsf-slageneral vi:st. Courier-Journa- l, was in town WedCarson' & Co. Store. 111. KI'I'KCTIVi: AIMtll. 8, 1894,4:25 P- nesday. 11:48 a. 111. Circuit Clerk G. B, Likens on No. 5. Mail . . . Attorney T. B. Vickers, Fordsville, Wednesday received a letter from the . 11:25 p.m. No. 7, I.im. Ex. was in attendance nt Quarterly Court Courier-JourjiJob Printing Compa4.35 P- - " No. 3:, (local) . Tuesday. T.AST. ny stating that the Company could 12:50 p. 111. No. 6, Mail . . Miss Miss Mary Miller attended the not accept the $6 allowance made by Mm. Ex 3:25 a. i. AVestcrfield-CrosNo. 8, nuptials at Cen- the Court of Claims for the jury drum. 5:54 a. 111. tral City Wednesday. No. 32, (Local) W. F. Thomas, ajtepforcd school II. Mhkkick, Ag't, Denver Dam. Rev. 15. 15. Pate, is attending the teacher at Taylor tyinesis getting meeting of the Owcnsboro District into trouble by his,persistent insults to the wife of one ofjtftbc colored citiConference at I.ivenuorc. zens, and on yesterday the husband Mr. Wm. Brown, died on March 24 was in town to secure a writ for his at his home in the Rosine country in nrrcst. .lie ninticth year of his age. Sunday morning Sherman Cotton Born to the wife of Isaac Wcstcr-fielwas brought in from the Rosine Fordsville, on Monday, the 2d country charged with stealing n suit inst., a fine eight pound girl. Best footwear of clothes. Cotton claims he only Last Wednesday night week nn borrowed tudVdoiUs null staid out a Odd Fellows Lodge of sixteen moni-bcr- s day over hlsjtirIndefault of $50 was organized nt Rockport. bond he was'taftjedinjnil. The many friends of Mr. F. W. Marriage license; J. T. Weller to In Shoes' for this week. Call and see Yciser are glad to see him out ngnin Nora J Midkiff, Thomas J. Davis to our elegant line of Shoes and Oxford nfter his severe illness of several Miss Minnie Faught, S. J. Wedding Ties, of all kinds and colors and nt weeks. to Miss Minnie W. Renfrow, A.J. prices that will astonish you. Miss Lidah Walker, R. S. Herbert, is the1' name ot the latest Casey to Stevens to Mrs. Ella Anderson, R. E. Post Office in the county. It was reto Miss Jessie R. cently established near Patnher Creek Lee Sinimermaii ' Ford. Church. house. HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION. Court Xolc. Husky Naix. CIRCUIT COURT. On Saturday night the 28 inst., the W. W. Barkhouse sues B. C. AusRemember that A. D. White is Alexander school in charge of Miss Ida M.Stnithwill give and exhibition. tin for $91.98 and guarnishees Grant head quarters for anything kept in & Porter on well drill bought of deGrocery or Hardware The exercises will consist of speeches, n first class and approved. t 1 I itfC iwwmxm iwttzr Sa by SHOES For the Shoeless! d, p geve WW SPECIAL PRICES The Shoeist. f ? to Miss Elvn Morton leaves spend several weeks visiting friends and relatives in the country near Trade with Canon & Co. Beaver Dam and Prentis. j uncle nilly Benton, Rockport, fell See Carson & Co. for Fertilizer. Bartlett, was in from a load of hay last Friday nnd Prof. J. L. Elmore, He was was seriously crippled up. town Wednesday. improving at last accounts. Nice FRI5SH CABBAGE just arrivHaving just received a large lot of ed at Tracy & Son's. The beautiful new church at Slaty bacon and lard, paities will find it H. S. MidklfF, Louisville, has to their interest to see A. D. White Creek will be dedicated on the fifth Mr. It has not Sunday in this month. moved to Beaver Dam. and get prices before buying. who will v.-- t 1.WI1 fnllv determined Taylor, Beaver Dam, Prof. John B. .4 Mrs. Alonzo youis died at her nijach the dedicatory sermon, nut. nn was In town Wednesday. 1 he purpose home near Centertown last Sunday IjUqJ .,,nn is expected. Mrs. Ed W. Taylor and children, evenintr nt .s o'clock, nnd was ve n basket dinner on me Greenville, are In town. at the Rowc Cemetery Monday a nnd a grand time is in slote ( fW those who may be so fortunate as , S. Gains, Fordsville, attended o'clock. W. to attend. Quarterly Court this week. After the 23d inst., mail will be carcan be ried over the new railroad extension MIh I.euli II111U011 Demi. NICE fresh TOMATOES fin Wednesday morniuir Miss Leah from Fordsville to Horse Branch. fourid ONLY at Tracy & Son's. Heretofore no mall has been carrkil Hudson.died nt her home on (Wnsh- The best corn ana nay you ever . inptou Street, one Unci been sick tor over e extension saw nt Casebler & Burton's stable. . rnni.. tinip luit licr death was not ex Try'thera whe you come to town. Mr, A. P. Taylor, one of the -- n Anfli, .QIia u'nfl n dlctr tf JamIm ui wic wuucfci; lnn fiAAAnrAi i..... T. Wool Wliitavl11 nnd . ucnia jkf iltit PAllnnA jiua uwm;jwi ??iirr Pnrter IIiulsoii. deceased. and was ;Ptnnvtttf timrle this of. nosition of DeDutv Circuit tr t nal a nnlilo rliristinn wnninn. whcisp trnnil fice a pleasant call Wednesday while j Clerk and has entered upon ill works and upright walk will be miss charge or the duties ot ms oiticc in the city. ed in the community. The funeral was preached at Shitvk-1- c There are only four common ichools Mr. W. M. Fair returned from CinChapel on yesterday by Rev. E. E. They cinnati Wednesday wlAre he pur- now In session in tho county. which the remains were stock of goods for are the Horse Brapch school J. H. Pate, after chased a large laid to rest in the burying ground Leach, teacher, Pleasant Walk school Fair Brcs. & Co. near Chapman Schoolhouse. L. W. Godsey, teacber.Gentryfschool, stuMr. A. T. Landrum, a former Purify the blood, tone the nerves, Ira Petty, teacher and the DaVidisou dent of Hartford College, now a suc- school, Miss Mollle Tronstall.teacher. and give strength to the weakened cessful teacher in Arkansas is In the All these schools arc in a flourishing organs and body by taking Hood's Snrsnparilla now, condition and doing good work. county visiting friends. to-da- y Fkiday, Arrui. 20, 1894. John G. Delker sues Le'is Fielden, et. al., on note for $89 90. E. F. Burba sues Joseph Wilson for $5,000 damages for slander. John Romhilt sues F. L. Rone for conveyance of property or recision of The bridge near John Felix's on the contract. Sulphur Springs Road, has fallen in QUARTERLY COURT. so that it is now impassable. Parties Quarterly Court convened Monday on horseback meeting at the bridge morning with a full docket. walk over and changing horses conCommonwealth vs. John P Rowe tinue their journey. This bridge has for breach of pea:e second trial been in a dangerous condition for a hung jury. This will be rememberconsiderable time as has the Collins ed as the case arising from the row bridge on the Beaver Dam Road, but over the possession of Green River in this county it's nobody's business Union Church last December. to nttend to these things. Green, Huflaker & Co. vs. W. S. Marshal Win. Lyons and G. W. Gains judgment for defendant. Neat, Richard Drug Co. vs. R. M. Bttnger nrrested W. A. Edwards, of No Creek, Wednesday for cutting Bill Kuykendoll judgment for plaintiff. Home Insurance Co. vs. J. W. TurBradshaw last week nnd brought him belore Judge Morton Wednesday after- ner. Ansel Wilson vs. G. W. Graff et. noon. His bond was placed at $250, which he filled. The trial is set lor al dismissed, settled. Standard Oil Co. vs. Gains. It seems that our inforCourt adjourned yesterday evening. mant of last week was mistaken when it was said the sympathy of the TI10 Dnuce. community was with Edwards. The A dance was given last Friday people arc almost to a man in sympa- night, April 13, by the young men of thy with Bradshaw and desire Ed- Hartford. The dancers spent a dewards conviction. lightful evening. Among the attendLogan Downie is a worthy young ants were the following: Misses Cox, Mary Nail, Carrie Cox, Etman living with his father in the West Providence neighborhood. Last ta Thomas, Lena Carson, Adah CarSeptember he was Afflicted with what son, Rosa Wcerner, Carrie Wcerner, his physicians thought to be Inflama-tor- y Hennie Gunther, Isabelle McHenry, rheumatism. In the winter, Eva Morton, Mrs. E. D. Guffy, Mr. however, it was found that he had and Mrs. J. J. McHenry.Mr. and Mrs. necrosis, a softening of the bone and M. L. Heavrin, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. in February, Dr. J. E. Pendleton was Kennedy, and Mrs, J. A. Thomas; called in and the young man's leg Messrs. Randall Collins, Lee Stevens, The wound healed, Ernest Tracy, Hardin Craig, John was ampntated. but finally broke loosejke bone pro- Vnught, Ab. Yeiser, Iva Nail, Gyp truding and crumbling away. The Westerfield, Henry Nail, W. T. Hay-war- d and Sam Heavrin. Music was Howard Irving, a stave cutter em- case is considered beyond the help of furnished by the Hartford String ployed at the Hardwood Stave Co's. the best medical skill. Band. All spent a pleasant evening. mills at Tordsville, left his home last 1IE.VV1.II Friday nnd has not been heard from. April 19. Rev. Casebier filled his The mills have been shut down for regular appointments Here Saturday some months and Irving was out of and Sundav. ouiployment. His wife was left at Dr. Coleman, Hartford, and Rev. home sick nnd in a destitute con- Barrow, Sweet Water, Tenn., were in dition town Monday. al Co-rin- recitations, dialogues, and promises to be one of the most successful entertainments of the season. Miss Smith is one of the comity's best teachers, and the students are exceptionally bright boys and girls fendant. wood-pecke- r, Paro-die- Mrs. Robinson, wife of G. W. Robinson, died yesterday. She will be y buired at Pleasant Grove church. Mr. Charles Grant and Miss Ida Harder were married last Sunday night, we wish them a happy life. Mr. Clay Simon and wife started for Pendleton Gap yesterday in search of a new home. Mr. 13. Pottle, from Indianais here to see his mother.Mrs Mary E. Pattie, who is 94 years old. Mr. P. A Moxleyof this place has a new stock of goods. M. to-da- IU. .... Miss Teena Hayes has returned to her home in Rochester. Mr. Henry Midkiff and family have moved from Louisville to our town. Miss Mnmcc Barnard, Louisville, was in town Monday on her way to Hartford. A few young folks spent Sunday afternoon with Miss C. N. Gray. The Board of Trustees had a meeting at School Hall Tuesday night for the purpose of presenting to the peo ple the drawing, plan and amount of tax tliat wouui ne rcquirea. At quick at teat) Curei toothtcho la one minute. It curei art PAiif Immediately Dr. Fencer' Golden Relief. It cures corns nd felons, and It also cures mm. .l Attvk. I Win I. t'ellK uend CUNTKAI, CITY KEPUnUCAN. Mr. Wm. L. Felix, from near Hartford, died at the home of his son, Tuhsday Phillip, at Drakesboro, morning about 2:30 o'clock of acute pneumonia. Mr. Feljx had been sick tor a long time but was able last week to visit his son, where he died. He years of age, and had was sixty-fiv- e been for many years a consistent member of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Tiic remains were taken to the tarn ily burying ground in Ohio county on Wednesday for interment. bronchitis anil consumption, andthe trouble Is not to get the cures, for they follow Its use as surely as tbe day follows night It nerer disappoints but the real difficulty la bow to tell of them without exciting incredulity. And It Is not to be wondered at, for there Is a wide chasm between "a corn" and a "pulmonary consumption." StlU it Is true and Dr. Fenner has got somehow to make "the people" know It Is Golden Relief a "cure all" f Woll. not exactly. It Is known to cure oirs disease. It Is a rentable speclflo In It. Thit disease is ImkjImma-tioIt cures it whererer found! Many diseases hare Inflammation for their base. The list is long. It Includes corns and consumption. No Inflammation, no com. No inflammation, no consumption. Isn't this the solution? No Safe and ceropiates or mineral poisons In tain. Neyer disappoints. Money refunded If satisfaction not glTen. Take a bottle boms Church Notes. The people of Hartford were' treated to a couple of fine sermons Sunday and Sunday night from Rev. W. R. Browder, of Elizabcthtown. His congregations were large and nttentive and were delighted with his discourses. The Owensboro Dlst.SundayScllool Conference met atLivermore on Tuesday and continued over Wednesday. On yesterday the District Conference met and continues over The sessions have been fairly attended and quite successful. The meeting will be continued by preaching toROCKPORT. morrow and Sunday, April 14. Everything seems to be Rev. J. R. McAfee will preach at all astir in our little town. Reid, Ha-de- n Alexander Schoolhouse next Sunday & Co are busy building a new ware-hons- e adjoining their present afternoon at 3 o'clock. place of business. Dr. Hall, presiding Elder of the M. E. Church south, was in town this week, nnd wc learn organized a lodge of P, O. O. F's at the new Masonic hall which was gratuitously tendered them for the first meeting of their organization. Yes, we came very near forgetting that on the 4th inst., as the local freight train which passes through our town about 4 o'clock in the morn-ingan- d as usual stopped to take oTand put on freight, one of the James boys was loaded up having stolen off under the cover of night and crept steathily aboard of the moving freight train paid his fare like anyother man to Leitchfield where he was married to Mrs. Samantha Crurac. L. F. H. to-da- . 7 I Hood's is Good Makes Pure Blood erefula Thoroughly Eradicated. it The Ailelplilan UnlertnlmHent. The Adelphians entertained the O. L. C's and R. E. C'alnst Friday night with an open meeting. The invitation was general and a large crowd was present. The house was called to order by President T. J. Morton, and the officers and members took their respective places: minutes read 4'nary.WnlHer. One of the most beautiful and impressive weddings ever celebrated In Hartford was that of Mr. A. J. Casey and Miss Lidah Walker, at the home of the bride's father, Hon. E. Dudley Walker, at 10:30 Tuesday morning. The ceremony was pronounced by Dr. J. S. Coleman in a very appropriate manner, after which a most delicious repast was served and the bridal party left on an extensive bridal tour emWashington, New York, bracing Old Point Comfort and other places of note, The young couple will return to Owcnsboro where they will make their future home, Mr Casey being connected with the Inquirer, one cf the leading pnpero of Kentucky. "C. I. Hood A Co., Lowell, Mmi.i "It is with pleasure that I give you the details of our little May's sickness and her return U health by the use ot Hood's Sarsaparllla. She was taken down with Following this a sore came on her light side between the two lower ribs. Iu a short Ume another brdke on tho left side. She would take pells of sore mouth and when we had luccee. ed in overcoming this she would sudor with attacks of high fever and exiwl bloody looking corruption. Her head was aBected aud matter ooiod from her ears. After each attack she be- - Paver and a lad Cough. ''A Hood's-Cure- s earn worse sad all treatment failed to give her to relief unUl we began one-ha- use. Hood a HarsaiMtrilk. lf bottle we could see After she had taken she was better. we continued, imut she that Cod taken three bottlei. Now she looks Ske m Tha Waam af HaaMi owl's and much InJavef ofH Vil. A.M. Adams, laaiin, Teimeseee. Heed's PtHa sot easily, yet mmt UrMarilw' asdsutly. oa 'he aver and bowels. , Me. rjU - 'A. m,tUt4l'J-'- " - Wjfct- . . M 4 i . :, tfr - -- I?r,sr. W2 'j'i v v- - - -- Jwsr ' f?-- wn , , t vf TT" J " r fft-- j f y . "- - W' '! '"HfjfV r ? , i Hart-lor- r B lly who produced scions like that. NOT A CHEERFUL GIVEK. cried : ' 'Heart people Several "Hoar!" nnd told Mr. Hradshaw A Farfilnioutous Doncon Who Mado l'jtiDAY, Ai'iui. :o, 1894. Too Ruah a Promleo. that thoy never really meant to withdraw their deposit. Mr. Brad-hamay he avoided. It comes from a germ that takes thanked them and looked at Two I'hurrh Mi tuber Ifav IMffrrtnc root and grows only when the System is Weak and THEY STOPPED TJIE KUN. his watch. reeling t'ime -1- 1cm Mir About -- Stnry of the IimtltutloD 3:110 Philippinl ran up; he also Lungs arc alTectcjd. At rntinuiillx Mlirml Offering. There was n run on the Sandhill was breathless, and Ids shoes were and District bank. It had lasted tho dusty from walking in the country. Living in a suburban town not whole of one day and had shown no At oncotic effected an entry amid many miles from New York is a deA signs of abating in the evening. If a scene of great excitement. vout church member, who is at tho it lasted another day! Old Mr. moment later he appeared at the same time very wealthy, but somehad window and cried in a terror-stricke- n Hradshaw wiped his brow. It Oil, wth hypophosphites of lime and what parsimonious, says the New of Cod-Hvc- r oice: come at tho most nwhward time-j- ust present time overcomes all the conditions which make contho farmers had got their 'old Mm! 1 can't 'old Urn! York Herald. At the soda, after "I can't difference with one of tho usual loans, just when securities 'E's.madl Look out for yourselves!" he has a sumption pobsihlo. JViysiciiVis the world over, unsame congregation, which rllt prob-ublwere hard to realize; in fact, just at nnd he leaped from tho window. UU brin?out son atrwtar CLAIR never be healed. endorse it. The crowd fled In all directions, tho moment when the bank, though ISA SOAR vvm 010 usirm The trouble all camo about over a in reality solvent, was emphatically and two boys were 'all but run over religious denot in a position to answer a by a cart which was being driven minor charity of the Coughs, Colds, Wnk Lungs nnd Emaciation pavo demand for payment on rapidly from the railway station to nomination with which the church is tho way Tor Consumption. SCOTT'S EMULSION cures a trifling thing, something allied, tho spot. Mr. Hratlshaw groaned the bank. ln:eis.f ueucUl j'tfnsfrjdfo r thorn and mnkos Iho systom strong. all these d Stressing facts to his right," said Dick to tho like tho home of superannuated out "All Bownc, N.Y. Drugglits sell It. Prepared by Scctt son Dick. It was, indeed, no use signor; "bring up the wagon." And clergymen, but an undertaking in inwhich the wealthy members took a talking to Dick, for ho took no then, with great dinieulty and conST. LOUIS. terest in business and had spent tho summate courage, the signor and great interest. It is supported by day in n boat with tho Partington Dick brought an iron cage up to the voluntary contributions, the avergirls; still Mr. Hradshaw was bound window and drove Atlas in. Tho age collections at tho church in quesoperation took more than an hour, tion ranging generally at about to talk to some one. "We shall have to put the shutters because they had to feed Atlas and twenty dollars. rhenetShoM Quito recently the clergyman anup. One day's grace would save us, drink a bottle of champagne themfor the: Ixast Monty. rf I believe; we could get the money selves before they set about it. So nounced that on the following Sunnt then. But if they're at us again to- that it was six o'clock before Atlas day the church would take the anThompson,-Superintendemorrow morning we can't last two was out and tho money was in and nual collection for tho support of and he hoped it would be a charity, hours." the Sandhill and District 6ENTLEHEN. of generous ono. After the service the Dick sympathized, but had nothits doors for business. parsimonious member, In n burst of needexcept that it would "We gained just the time wo ing to suggest, S5, $4 and $3.50 Dress was surprising generosity, informed the not make matters worse if lie carried ed," said Mr. llnuMiaw. S3.60 Polico Shoo, 3 clergyman privately that ho, would engagement to go to tho cir dirt cheap at $50!" out his $2.50, 82forWorklngmn. cus with the Flirtington girls, And Dick, although he did not get double the amount of the collection "Oh, go to tho devil with the the Albert medal, was taken into for his favorite charity. $2 and $1.75 for loys. Entirely unconscious of what tho Flirtington girls, If you iikc, partnership and married ranny LADIES AND MISSES, N?1?! -(y K9 rMi TUPtei4rtt AK groaned Mr. Dradsliaw. Flirtington. It was the only way result might be the minister permitXT?te. Church anil Scfcid Fcmlshing $39 $2.60 $2, $1.70 So Dick went to the circus (tho of preventing her boeing thing she ted this Information to leak out. CAUTION-I- f .. ". ' " A ll.ill ... i aordMlw t!!U" i r other expedition, as he observed, was not meant to hce out of the win- Among others It reached the ears of ofTrri you VT. I. ItonclM member of the congrewould keep) and enjoyed the per- dow at two a. m., and chattering a U. bl.vaM 1 C TIIW T im. thnci nt m iT4lurl prli ir najihahftithvm with utST43-,5:a::arlformance very much, especially tho about them in public. Anthony gation, the man against whom the oul lh name BtAmMl lit Doiiom, pas bin which was magnificent j ji0pc, in X. Y. World grievance U now lodged, As tho .. "t'Tk. i 1LT m"r. gg ft-raown . "wi; Mtl. and so Impressed iJicK imn ne delatter knew tho cloe disposition of ho at once saw A Little Too Much. companions, went behind tho brother member, serted ins an opportunity to secure from him a the scenes and insisted on standing women met the other donation commensurate with his Two Detroit Sig. Philippini several glasses. L. DOUGLAS Shoe arc stlUh, easy fittlnj:, nnd give better "Is that big chap quite safe?" ho morning on the street and, with a means. sntNlactlon nt the uloc itiUittlMil than nnyodicr male. Try one pair and be con common impulse, they began to talk asked, admiringly. He whispered tho information to incc(i. Jne RMmpiiK ot ,v ' I'oti'Miv name nnd nrlec on the bottom, wnicn "I can do anythink with 'im," about hired help. others as willing a he to see the fun ITiarantcc their .1uc, t.ic thouamN ol iIo'Lim ntinmllv to thnc ulin wear them "Have you got a girl yet?" asked through. Sunday arrived and with Do.iUri who pi:li thr t.ilo u( W. 1.. lotii;1iH s1uks (;nhi customers, which helpt to said the signor (whose English was imhU, 1 l.ry crtii nftur-- l in !! nt a lea prodt. IMPrMMl Hie Mk oil their Mill line Ol naturally defective); "but with any one. it the hour for the collection. The iiioiu'jr l.v liiilni; nil wo Itr1I'" tiir fmtmmm f ! .akI&b " n a. "No; hae you?" followed the . CaIiiIukuo ftvo HiHHi niiUrMtluiu V. I- - lttU4il.AH. llrurkUn. Mama. 'e is, and no U.viX Im'Ioh-one helsc Vs a roarer, minister, in his announcement, other. P, RBNPROW. Sulphur Springs, Ky urged a liberal donation, and the mistake." "I've hud about a dozen in the deacons began to pass the plates. After the performance Dick took good. of those not in the Flirtington girls home; then, last month, and they are no laid on, though, To the astonishment with a thoughtful look on his face, The eapMieaf was PHCGIT5, Aes. and Cenl Jigs, J. the secret, where men had been in ClncinMti, .Ihic, U- - s. 11. lie went and had some talk with his yeterday." the habit cf contributing dimes they "How was that?" came the eager- father, and came away, carefully now gave dollars, and when the placing a roll of notes in his breastwens lul.T at tho foot of the OFFICK OF SUPKItlNTKNDKNTl "Woll, stvllsh girl of about --TO SHH TIU5- pocket. Then he sought Sig. Philip-pint'- s ,oaiw d with bills. iujc ixsTurcnox, thhtv called at noon to ce about a l,u,J'lt society once more. And that's Then the minister arose and an Frankfort, Ivy., Jan. 17. lft!U. J I liked her looks, though all that's really known about It if, place. she was dressed better than I was, nounced In a pleased manner that It Excelsior School Dusk Co.. Cincinnati, 0 that K, wo discard the obviously him great pleasure to receive GENTLKMKN: Huvini; examined with Miinecnre the Map, Chart?, fanciful statement of Funny Flirting- - hut I thought as she was particular so goodly a sum, but that It was not ,..i iimv, ui tlm "ic trnvtmr ... ilirt about her clothes she'd be nice nil, as a charitable brother had Globes and Blackboard Material which you propose to oiler to tho fruhools of , , ivii 4l.n4 nc en, ..to b.....n fit -.- f l"V4 clock n. in., she' moon about two VV "UIBy "vm agreed to give double the amount of thu State uudcr the law requiring fdcIi illuetratho apparatus, I can recomheavy wagon, drawn by two was naugmy ami prouu, out 101s 01 the collection. At this all heads Kiwn I mend them as being of good material, good workmanship, and suitable for horse and driven by Sig. Philip-pin- i, untidy ones were that 1 way, to overlooked that too and had prac- turned In the direction of the parsipass along the street in the dimonious man. Some persons tit- the tbe of our teachers. Your plan to sell them in combination, and thuy, rection of the bank. She must have tically engaged her when what do tered and the individual grew red you think &hc wanted?" as )oit limine inc. very materially reduce the price of the whole, U to bo been wrong, for Philippini, by the "Six nights on' and two after-- . and exceedingly angry. evidenceof hissignora (whose name, After tho service was completed commended, and especially to as your outfit is made to cover substantially notwithstanding that Philippines noons for matinees?" suggested the the contribution was counted and our whole echool course ns laid down in Sec. 21 of the School Law. The morals were perfectly correct, was other one. found to approximate two hundred four classed you have arranged, from "No, not that. Would you bewhich trustees may choose, at specific I Juggins), went to bed at half Mrs. lieve it? She wanted an extra room dollars. The confiding deacon was past eleven and snored like a pig all for her maid to occupy. Now what furious, but was as good as his word. prices ranging from 825 to 555 for a complete oullit, U 11 great point in night. do you think of that?" and the other He paid the four hundred dollars, your favor Ilowover these things may be, this where he thought he was going to one dropped her power of thinking. is what happened the next morning: get off with about forty dollars, but Detroit Free Press. When the first of the depositors arit is not at all likely that the money rived ft seven a. m., they found one of Merely a Suggestion. was given in the spirit of the prethe windows of tho bank smashed ne"Where is old Dawson tlds morn- cept: "Not grudgingly nor of who a to pieces and tho shutter hanging cessity," and as for the man looc. A cry went up that there ing?" asked the railway president, enforced the liberal donation, why, had been a robbery, and ono or two noticing the absence of tho veteran of tho two donot speak now. men began to climb in. They did bookkeeper. "Home; sick," said the not get far before a fearful roar proTea Drinking. "Poor old fellow! I ceeded from the neighborhood of Tea drinking among men lias all the counter. They looked at one don't believe he'll ever get over this He will enve you MONKY by Uuymg from HIM. Will another and said it would be more attack.1' at once excited dUcu&sion. But it Roll you a liiigfe'V, Harness, Lap Duster anil "That's too bad," sighed the pres- does not appear to be known, says a regular to wait for the officials Tho Whip from fliO.OO roars continued. They sent for Mr. ident. "He has been a very valua- contemporary, that nearly all men to ?7f".00. up The Davis Cnrringo Company has tho reputa-lio- n Dradhaw, Hardly had he arrived ble man to us, Dawson has. lie's of literary habits who exhaust nerve M BkPBUSiHESS (accompanied by Dick, breathless been with us twenty years, and I force take to tea drinking. Edof building the host Unggy for tho money of any Factory win Booth used to have a pot of tea and in shirt sleeves) before the back- don't believe he'b missed a day." in Cincinnati. "That's so," said the himmering in his stage dcoing most rows of the now considerable INCORPORATED. ? "He has literally worn him- room. Preachers, orators and crowd became agitated with a new R Tho crroit practical IIuslnc5 Tr.itnlntr warn nnd Shorthand self out in our service. If he dies, I find a cupof strong tea the genHCollegoH. Thty Klvo Ii.iisport 10 ImMnos mul hiirrcs-- . c.itnloutiolroe. sensation. The news spread rapidJ. P. KUh, fioo'y. A(Ulit)sH bixMiecrlan Collecfo at ly. JYantie men ran to and fro; thin'c the road ought to do sometlest and most harmless of brain Louisville, Ky.r Owonsboro, Ky.9 or Evansville, Indt several ladies fainted; the circus thing for his widow." bracers, and it has 110 reaction. "So do I," said the president. The reason why young men nlTect to proprietor was sent for. A lion had escaped from themenagerie and was "What would you suggest?" despise tea drinking is that they "I really don't know," said tho ARK PENNYROYAL PILLS supposed to be at large In the town! it with declining jwwer and Tour weeks bvour method of teach "unless perhaps old women. But the truth is that the celebrated Fcrnulc Regulator, "Send for Philippini!" cried the ng is equal to Twelve are perfectly safe and always reliu tea, if of a puro kind and properly log proprietor. They did so. Philip-pin- i er- -" Positions blc. For all Irreguluritie?, painful "AVell? Goon. What?" "drawn," is about as innocuous and Weeks by tlio old style. had started early for a picnic in "We might give lie a pass over pleasant a stimulant as a young man Guaranteed, under certain conditions. Menruatinns Suppressions, they tho country and would not return AND can resort to after a long worry or a Best patronized Bnsincsi College in never tail to atlora n speedy and cer. till just before tho performance in our road to tho world's fair " tho evening. The proprietor was in drain of emotional or intellectual the South. 500 students in attend. lam rene NO EXPERIMENT,! but M,i.r HvmsuH. ance the past year hlcvap I each- - a tcientic and positive relief, ptcd despair. April 11, Farmers are busy with force. If it could be made to take trs. r.usnviiie is uieeaucauouai cen ony ajtcr years ot oxpcrieiico, All tho pUice of champagne and "Where's tho beast gone to?" ho their work. Some of them have iMinmi Tlnn wl ' orders supplied direct l.tt. firMinKr.ntli . ii our of tho coming race would bo better oft. H.I Ml HIVWUHH vitVH .yuitii., cried. planted corp. any Uiue. Home lice. Price per package, SI. 00, or A roar from the bank answered Somo of our restaurants !iao taken vacatiou. Wo have recently prepared six packages for $5 00, by mini postRev. Mont Hampton filled his rcg-ulto furnishing thu extra tea that is Study, his question. Book-keepiSiiorthnnd paid. EVERY PACKAGE GUAR appointment at New Zion the I served a la Russe that is, without books on "Well, I'm Mowed if he's not in and Peumansliip especially adapta second Sunday in this month. the bank!" exclaimed tho proprietor. milk, but with the addition of a slice bio to homo study. Nothing like ANTEED. Particulars (frealyd) lc. All Correspondence strictly ConfMisses Tina Shields, Mary and Km-m- a of lemon. It eeitainly appeared to be the them ever issued before. Sent on (0 idential. PARK REMEDY7 CO. fact that Atlas (that was the lion's Douglas were the guests ot Mrs. daja trial. Our free illustrated 80 Again the Boston Girl Boston, Miifs. ud.-vsL:rn.cename) had taken refuge In tho bank Laura Royal recently. -rfpago catalogue will explain all. Send beand was in full poM'Sslon of the The following conversation Draugliou'fi Practical Mr. T. A, Harhon, Cromwell, was tor it now. premises and assets, Under these in our town Saturday. tween two Hadcllfle college girls Business College, and School of Shortcircumstances there was, Mr. IJrad-shaby a representative hand and TelegraphViNnshvillcTeun Ksq. A. S. Keown, of near Select, was overheard explained, a dinieulty in reof.tho Boston Post the other day. N, B. We pay $5 cash for all va Courier-Journa- l suming cash payments; but if his was in town on the 7th inst. Said one: "Thu wind blowcth where cauciea as book, keepers, htcnogra Dr. K. G. Mothcrhcad, Select; G. checks would he accepted thu crowd sound thereitllsteth; wo hear tho phers, teachors, etc., reported to us onroared almost us loud as Atlas at C. Uutler, Weir City, Kan.; A. K. of but cannot tell whence it comelh, provided we fill tho same. such an idea. .Something must be Hutler, of near this place, were in our nor whither it goeth." Said the Hartford, Kentucky done. They sent for the mayor; he town on business the 3d inst. other: "But now wo know that the THE WEEKLY repudiated liability. They sent for Mr. James Houston, of near this wind does not blow whero it listeth. tho lire brigade and the lifeboat place, went to Cromwell Saturday on but is governed by a law, nnd wo crews, in ither wouldcomo. They got can tell from whence it eometh and business. guns and pepp red tho furniture; and how fast it Ii a ten.pago eight column Demo Mibs Kthel Martin, daughter of whither it irocth. Atlas retired behind the fireproof goes, and, since it is not uncommon crutic Newspaper. It contains the safe and roared worse than ever. Hsu. G. W. Martin, near here, is to Infer more than is proved, I think best of everything going. IIENKY Memwhile the precious hours were quite sick at this wilting, it not unwise to believe in tho ex- WATTEUSON U the Editor. Mr. A. L. James, Uaietown, was istence of more than we can sec." passing. Mr. Mradshnw' money Frico 1.00 a Year. wusuKoon lis way from Loudon. the guest of A. I. Royal Sunday. makes There never has been a time in the Tho Weekly Courier-Journ- al At last Oil k tooku noble resolution. atMiss Laura I James, who is "I will go in at any cost," he cried, tending school at Morgautown, vis- history of America, when Romanism very liberal terms to agents, nnd nnd in spite of Tanny I'llrtington's ited her parents Sunday. Show Ilov. has commanded so much attention as gives Ireo premiums for clubs, Sam tout he the window nnd disat present, and there a real alarm felt pie copies of the paper and four-pag- e safety of our Re- Premium Supplement eeut frco to appeared from view. Tho crowd Hall's Hrir Rcnewer is pronounced everywhere for the against the en waited to hear Atlas crunching, but publican institutions tlie best preparation made for thick any address. Write to he only roared. When Dick was inoC the Papal system. and re- croachment Co., ho paused and asked in a low ening the growth of the hair side growing and manifest Courier-Journ- al storing that which is gray to its orig There is also n oko: "Is he chained?" LOUISUILLE, KY. desire on the part of the American Sig. Philippini inal color. "Yes" ansu-uvpeople to know what Romanism from behind tho safe. "Is the Aunt Tm: Hia'Uiu.iuAK and the Weekly to Sally business over?" nnd he came WANTBD. Agents in each town really is, and why it should seek Courier-Journu- l will be (tent one year out with a long polo lu his bund. He and county to sell the Greatest Book place our country in political and re to any address for 81.75. used the pole to stir poor Atlas up of the Age Iirrors of the Roman ligious strife. Aildrcea Tin: Ucpuiilican, Hartwhen tho routs became deficient in Catholic Church and SuiTeringsof the This state of feeling among our quantity or quality, people has induced Messrs. J. H. ford, Ky. Popish Persecution, "Tho money ought to be here in Martyrs under Chambers & Co., of St. Louis Mo. to horns, " saidDick. "llavoyou with Origin and Progress of the publish a work containing articles three Protective Association American key?" got the back-doo- r most able scholars of the -Philippini reassured hhu. Then (A. I1. A.) Nearly 70 pages and il- from the the country, treating fully on these wild, running leap at lustrated with 44 full paged engravDick took a containing a the window; Philippini stirred up ings, Send 50c nt once for complete important subjects, and We are manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal directly with concise account of theoriginand progwho roared lustily. Dick es- outfit and terms. Special terms givAtlas, American Protective Asr.o ress of the caped with Ids life, and lauded u en on other fast selling works. he consumer, thus saving- - him the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices ar e J. H. Cl(AMUI!HH&COf, elation. This Book cannot fall i& breathless heap at tho mayor's ftet. Respectfully, onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. (, We 914 Locust St., St. Louis, Mo, have a large sale nnd wc commend it Tho mayor raised him, nnd said he , should write to her majesty audi i to nil our readers, who desire to be ' CO thorouirhly informed on these Issues Well suggest that Dick would bo u prop. Maiir Pornoiu i er recipient of tho Albert medal, ire Lrulcn down I iiu mrrwork oi houuhoU1 of the day. ,w Iron IlitUim See advertlHcment for ngenta in 000(1 WOl'K. and tho view (who bad no money lu rrUilliUllrowu'M uMi Owsn&btro, Ky. rcmove-PXthu vt4 in, Uoktlou. another column. the bank) Indlguuntly asked the fMitfliMo imltnrtunmUiU Uc IhogfMiilu jcrowd If they could not truyt j (nm Republican OillS umptson r - v Scottls Emulsion A y long-continu- M wm V rrmmmZ EXCELSIOR SCHOOL Hon. Ed. Porter DESK CO, bank-opene- 'it the State, of Public Instruction has the following to say in regard to the goods of this Company: tit 0 W. L. DOUGLAS 9l &3 SHOE W tolss. tho. I SgMster Gfesn: Sfr' mi fS"TtN l A. fem wmt EU well-to-d- o f linn-tamin- r. W . .W Mma V. s$ a S&Lj &iifiJ nrv lti; k Coxne to Hartford "V of iu "? 's V These Goods are perfectly reliable and the Company is represented by home C. L. Field's car man. Apply to SPRING OPENING OF ? liuggics just from tlio Davis Carriage Company. Vv CPEfo; book-keepi- MNOOLLEGES Bonk-Koopl- law-tver- So come and judge for yourself. t, p NSW VORK WE1 KLY TRIBUNE ONE YEAR I i.. at $1.25 in- w 1'hc Republican Address all orders to and IIAIITPOIU) REPUBLICAN, both one year for ly $1.75. v Courier Journal WBiiiiiijjffl'y y J horse or jack bills should brirgor sond them to Tho Repubare lican office. propared 00 All parties needing fPtrirr m reat I F.: A. AMES & CO. -- f''JtJ - .i