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'! wi'iwwii yyojfc ; awat!WBwfawirawaaitmwwaBaaawa fllE AhVKRTIfclNil KAThN "ic pMifjuuCKJi miW'iJ g i"i;jiirem,j III IIMIWWfcH I ti- . -- i l.,vwi-.v- r npii?glhlt iMi)i iwfa6awft'C4hip iwit'ljwwwtiXSlIStfjJCJagg or THE REPUBLICAN AUK VKHY RItASOXAliMt AND CIRCULATION IS OF VERY LARGE, The THE NEW MAGDALEN. HAECEOBt OFFICIAL OF.CAK OF THE PARTY 11! Republican. CONGRESSIONAL mimmtm stand with Tho Republican. Pay up and onoyearln Advanco and wo will sond you The Loulsvlllo Weekly Commorcial one year free. Subscribo at once. Will show how you njri'j you r. i id THIS TAG WE DO JOB WORE I Every Kind. IN SELF-DEFENC- E TB&WttB DISTRICT. 1 Jl VOL. VI. you ought to keop yourflmhun. Disease will follow, if nv wir.i, s. hays. you lot It Kt below a healthy itAndonL No matter how Oil comet, what you Wc met and smiled, and smiled again; nood is Dr. Herco'f Smile giectcd smiloupon the strict, Oolden Medical Ills form and face, it seemed to me, Discovery, That To be my f.mlt my fate to meet. Uthogronlntflwh ttrillft 111 1tf! 1nl.. ...! liJ.1 .builder known to Tf. medical arfonnn fur And pressed it; why! could not tell. lurpaatlnR filthy Cod Liver Oil and all iU I loved him, I believed him true, natty oomirauntls. It'a milted to the moat I listened, and I fell. delicate atomacha. It makes tho morbidly thin, plump and rosy, with health and strength He spurns 111c now and I have lost Tho " Discovery la told on trial. In Try All that was dear to ine in life thing that' claimed for It. aa a strength restorer, blood clmnaor, and if They call me "woman of thotown" It ever fail to boncflt or euro, you have i; who should be his iaithftil wife. your money boric He shuns me, hates me; tho.se I knew Before I drank the cup of grief; Ite your caao that you want to know about, Abhor me now, but smile upon If you have Catarrh not your neighbor' And In your ciwp, no matter what It U, tho The coward and the thief. proprietor of Dr. Ha'e Catarrh lloincdy promlHo to pay you f.'i(X)f If thoy can't giva He lives, and moves in circles when f ou a porfoct and irmawut cure. seem with pridetocnlllitsnanm HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1894. er at the foot of the ladder, but he suddenly remembered that he never swore any when he was train robbing and lie didn't want to break his record over a little family disturbance. The minister laid the ease before the session nf.d the man was admitted for life, and from the leader of the choir llc ns been promoted to boss the Sumhy school nnd lie is now the tuuleislttdy for the pastor." were four others beside myself playing. Things ran along pretty evenly for a while, and then one of the man I have since learned that he was the ptoprictor of the room began to win heavily. I ,watched him and convinced (hat he was cheating. Finally, I knew he was cheating and drew out of the game. Then I sat nnd watched him for a while, and I saw him deal big hands to the men he wanted to beat and then deal himself bigger jbnes. Ittwaa scandalous. He stocked the cards and held them out and did all sorft of disreputable things.' I saw, this and am prepared to prove it. If there is anything I abhor it is cheating at cards," 41 Wait a mmute, Mr. Simpkins," interrupt $tapr)ectHin3 attorney. What was itTthat first attracted your attention tothVfact that cheating was going on?" Mrsimpkins fidged a bit in his chair and then said: "Why I was in a pot with this man, and when it came to a slow down he had four be-cii- NO. 39. Latest U. S. Gov't Report PROFESSIONAL CARD. H HI J Powder R$ J ABSOLUTELY PURE AN ETCHING. strangers," exclaimed thcllttlochlld, DY ANNETTA J08EPA HALLWAY. long-forgotte- Highest of all in Leavening Power. Baking LAWYERS, HARTFORD, KY. orer Anlmons (Office, Ifaiuuir.) J.ft.K. WcMl.llnff. ft. ft.Cllcnn, GLENN & WEDDING, 1 ruUINVtM.E.Nr. I.OUIM TEX. K. R They But all thewealththcworldcommands Can never free his &oul from shame. L9.iiT.ll1, St. Ly.ii BCIIKMILKIN I. v. UuiUvllle Inu lilnj, .. I1C bUlU 21C 1UVCU 1I1C, I1I1U U WtKl 1, TI10 lintittict itiriiioti1 nf nil llfn? T fcFFKCT NOV.l, 1191. No. 51, No,63, Daily. WKHrilOUM. 11 jr. But now I'm scorned, because I'm called His woman not his wife. Wet Point Prnlen(mrjc trrfnicton ...... .. Clof f rport HiwfiTlMe....... rhvnnrt fpport........ Owrnmro HMuiTillf Ar. Hriidfrion .. . He wronged inc.aml this little chihl I fold so loving to my breast, 7.45 , in. 6 25 p.m. May never live to know the slnme; A.m. 7.20 p.m. Ill He knows 'tis his, God knous the 9.17 a. m, a 07 p. m. rest. 4 a.m. 137p.m. 2H a. m. .ll p. tn. Tho' he should live a hundred years, And roam about. I do not cue, lo U a.m. v 46 p. m. Illli.m, loiup.m. On land or sea, 'wake or sleep, p. m UWi.m. Guilt follows everywhere. 1 12. 16 I p. m. 11 11 p. m. p. m. U.M p. m. 1.25 p. 01. It 20 a.m. KHTIUH)NI. I.t. He nrron ....... HnotUfille........ . Oa lUwcMtll Cloirrporl urt, ... ... Lrwirt............... .. 1 ... No. 54, No. 62, iMlly. Tt16 a. m. 3: Up. n 1'T a.m. 3 37 p.m. 127 a. m. 4 25 p. m. 9W a.m. 6Mp. rn 9.33a.m. 6A)p.m 01 Bt'i'litnipori Irrhitfton ltraDlrnUirc Weal Point Ar. UiuImIII Twain . a. m. 6 67 p. m. m. 6.19 p.m. 11 "2 a. m. 7.05 p. in, ... I1.W a. m. Ml p. m. ... U 05 p. m. 6 05 p. m. lwp. m. 9 05 p.m. thus hate One of your sex? Why not implore The God of mercy to forgive? Did He say, "Go sin no more?" 'Tis woman's hate to womankind That makes our lives a wi etched span; Since you will scorn a woman so, On, way forgive a man? O, woman, woman! Why I dare not go into church, No. 61 ana No. 52 make contiwtlen a iMlngton (Humlay rxrrptnl) villi train 00 Louis tllle, lUrJIiiolriir A Wrtrn It. It., can and louml. For lurtlif r Information, aMrea H. C, MOllbUK, Or n. Pa'r Ag't. toolaville, Ky. ft Cotton Belt Route (6u Louis Southwestern Ry.) m aw Arkansas, Texas THE ONLY LINE TO nis A With through Car Service from TO TEXAS No change nl Cars In OU INTEUMKDITE POINTS. Teach, O, teach them to forgive! And let his spirit with them dwell, That they may show lost souls the way To Heaven not to hell. that that is a correct theory is proved by the extraordinary success attending the use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, in r, z,h, ximv , M., Miiw ,, o ' "" l'mnim anu Yery P'cvaieni maia- U dy. It seldom fails of radical cure. G. Williams 71, Hmmnjett 71, Alice 'Tis human nature oft to err, divine; And sweet forgiveness is I.ouey 70, Walter Martin 69, Georgia Axlmiit or l.mc. But where's the Christian woman who Hudson 53, Susie Bowman 63, J. F. 1'IIYSIOI.OGV OV LOVE. Would speak to. troubled hearts like Everyone receives precisely the Smith 68, Kdna Griffin 67, A. McDon? mine? Who comes to talk of Christian love aid 67, George Keele 66, James Thont Quantity of love he merits. 7 To one whose heart and soul's de- as 65, Maty Klein 65, Lula Elevens. pNever marry the daughter of your filed? 65, Jennie Quisenberry 64, Amanda jMjpjwtheart, especially if the latter is Not among you. God forgive t"t'Hi yitvUve. Story 64, Lena Carson 64, A mother and her child. !'fr To Keele 64. J. W. Power 64, J. A. W make love reason is to wish to Ye angels, holy, pure, and good, Urfield 63, Florence White 63, AdaM solve the pioblem of the quadrature Go to our Father He yet lives Brown 62, Bertie Morton 62, C. K. of the circle. And tell Him not to scoru me, too; Though women hate me, He forgives. Ruby 62, Mary Smith 6i, Corinne To obtain nothing, to suffer always ( And kneel with you in solemn prayer, And ask God's pardon for my sin l'oryou would scorn tucoutof there. But if the thief of virtue sat Beside his sister, I've no doubt He would be. first to leave his pew To come and lead me out. llnrlford t'otlricc itrjiort. Report of the grade of the students in the Collegiate Depaitiucnt of Hartford College and Business Institute for the term ending March 23, 1894. Maximum, 100; minimum, o. This report includes thf? final examination for that term: II Critg ' ?i T. J. Morton 97, A.' P. Ta U r KMciid Sanderfur o6,S'. TTis Grifiu o, ;iio, H. V ood 95, If. C. Barnett 95, I S Woodward 93, R.A. flyers 92, Ktla Cox 92, I,ula Johnson 92, Bertha Pclix 92, II. Pruden 91, C. H. Kills 91, Ida Render 90, R. C. 89, J. U. McAfee 89, J, Ham Barnes 8J3, Fannie Render 83, Laura Motion 88, D. II. Howerton 88, A. S. BuincttH7,J C.Barnard S7, Alma Lyons 87, K. M. Morton 86, A. M. Smith 86, Klla Herring 86, Li7ie Snndeifur 86, Jttlet Thomas S6, Jno. II, Barnes 85, R. I,. Power 85, Lee B. Mills 8;, Ktta Thomas 84, Mabel Hub-biry S4, Mamee Ross 84, Salhe 84,. Florence Morton 84, ILL. White S3, Mollie Stevens St Hugh Baily 82, I.illie Thomas 82, J. L. Brown8i,MyrtIeRoweSi,T.C.S!ack8i BerthaBrown8i,MattieBenncttSi,Lida Morton 80, Annie Fogle 80, Carrie Cox 80, Jessie Smith 80, Nannie Mos-le- y 80, A. B. Crabtrce 79, OznaSh tilts 78, AI01170 Rogers 77, Belle Wcerner 76, Lizie Stevens 76, Bertie Lee Drake 75, Lula Mau.y7J, J. C. Miller fnr-nng- in d Quis-cnberr- Will practice their profession in nil the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals, Special attention given to criminal practice and collections. "My mamma nover lets mo kiss Tames 6w. Saaaltla, TONBY JT AW -- "Because, because " stammered Mr. Simpkins, and then he stopped short. "Answer the question, Mr, Simpkins," put in the judge. Mr. Simpkins grew red in the face. "Because," he finally said, "why. I knew he was cheating, because he showed down four kings and at the same time I was holding out two kings fertile next hand." kings." "And why did that convince you that he was cheating." It is only of late years thatrheuma- - tism has been as a blood disease. But HIS REFORMATION REAL. Two Daily T'JAiys y through ConcheH anil Carrying Travelling the Pullman Sleepers, nut When He Told llir Minister Wlml grazing ami timber lineal farming, He tmil vttlml Kiiiliirt'il Hi WitoHt Our i Titkt'i lliwlt, lauds. Ami reaching the most uroa-jier- ou I'KKNSYIA'AN'IA C.UlT. towns ami cities in the Captian I;d. II. Webbter, u young millionaire of Kausar City, has a natf MUST DISTINCTION'. ural fund ofhumosnnda stotehouse II. Craig T J. Morton 97, SiYcilding of accumulated wit. "FARMING LANDS. "We have a mau inourtowu," he las Griffin 96, Rachel SatiderfurQG,A. ahumlaut nil tho ceienls, corn ami P. Taylor 96, Jno. II. Wood 95, U. C. cotton, ami especially atlaplctl to the said, "who used io make a living rob Barnett 95. horse-thief cultivation oi small fruits ami early btug trains. He had been a .sr.coxn distinction, and several times a highwayman vcgetuhlcH, T. S. Woodward 93, R. A.; Dyers Ailbnliug up to the time he went into the railGRAZING LANDS. 92, Klla Cox 92, Lula Johnson 92, Berexcellent pasturage during almost the road business. After he had quit tha Felix 92, II. Pruden 91, C, H. Kimeddling with the last he came to entire year, ami comparatively close Kansas City and settled down. He lls 91, Ida Render 90, to the rent markets. did not carry any drum or banner, or TIMBER LANDS. Covered with Buckingham's Dye for the Whiskhire anybody to announce his reforalmost inexhaustible forests ot yellow mation, but he just began quietly. ers docs its work thoroughly, colorpiue, cypress and the hard woods He said he did not desire tmy demou- - ing a uuiform browu'or black, which, commou to Arkansas and EaBtcrn 'stration, One night at a revival he' when dry, will neither rub, wash ofT, Texas. !!& professed religion, ns they say out nor soil linen. reasonable and west, and handed in his application Can be procured on Mrs, Klla Jacobs, who was called for membership. But somebody had advantageous terms. found out his record and was rejected. from Daviess county toVwltness the All lliiecotittrl with nnl itnvetirk It did not however, cast him down. sad death of her husband,, returned to elNoit wnlevli III There weie people who expected to her home a few days ago. see him go back into his old business Rev. J. W. Keown filled his regular again, but he fooled them. After appointment at Sugar Grove last Sata while he blossomed out ns a writer. urday and Sunday. Ask youruparest Ticket Agent for He was married in the meantime, and I wonder what is going to happen, maps, time tables, etc., and write to his wife was a good woman, too good Harvey Alien was not at Church last any ot the following for all informa for him, some lolks said, but slit had Sunday? j Boin to the wife of Mr. J, A. Mortiuu you may desire coucerniug the an active temperament, while he was in a sort of state of repose, as it were. ris on the 17th inst., a fine boy. trip to tho Great Southwest. Julie Morris is otr the sick list this He said one day he would like to have R. T.Q.MATTHEWS, a corner by himself where he could week. Dis't Pass. Agt., Louisqillo, Ky. Ide a flying trip to W. A. think nnd write, and she fixed him a E. W.LaBEAUME, M. A. W veek. Mo. room that had a window in it over- Butler coun' G. P. & Tkt. Agt., St. Louis, looking the chute where the coal men J. A. ED80N, ce of whiter diet and Iu conscqi backed up their wagons. That anGen'l Supt., Texarkana, Tix. Tjexercise, the whole noyed him and he was changed to lack of opei another room. One day when he was physical mechanism becomes impairfeeling sort o' nervous and the gray ed. Ayer's Sarsaparilla Is the proper matter was seething slowly, the do- remedy, in the spring of the year, to mestic came into the room with a strengthen the appetite, invigorate bucket of water and a mop and began the syatMK, and expel all impuiities (The Mlittippi Valley Route.) from Wr Wood, a series of domestic demonstrations ttBTUL TO AJ'rrA n ' which any girl understands tr T 1'oker WIIiipnn. "Now. vour honor." said the nros- GIN. and he moved into the parlor temporEVANSVILLE, LOUISVILLE, arily. In a little while she followed ccutiug attorney n a Rochester, N. him up, and moved into the nursery. Y.i court, "I intend to prove by this ANDALLPOiNSEAST. The girl over took him, to wash the uiarrlhat this place was not only n TO windows, and he picked up his books gambling establishment but that the Or- Memphis, Vioksburg, Now ana papers finally, and by means of a garies played there were not what step ladder he got out on the roof and ar known as square games. AND ALL P01NTH SOUTH. That drew a sigh of relief. He was thinkTO- -Stthey were nut with intent to de- ing in a great form until he heard a mud and that the operations of the Cairo, Chicago, noise down in the hatchway, and kvners, proprietors and dealers were Loois, looking at it for a moment he discovMr, o more or less than larceny. AND ALL POINTS NORTH ered his wife and the girl coming out 'Simpkins, will you please take the AND WEST. with a basket containing the family stand?" CMjnectiog at Merophb with through wash. They hung them on the line Mr. Simpkins, who was a pasty traini to all points in on the roof to dry. They man mad i txnAil tiittHi. ... 1 m r in fVsi. Ilia an room for them, and went below. Hi and walked to the witness stand. I A A.m went over to sec the pastor of tl; aiici llA nntli Itiu liJAH tiutmmakc:& a1 yuu mint rwl wstii rwl t m t cu church, to whom he had applied on to him and the usual pieliminary Rates, Tickets, and all information before for membership, and told li questions had been asked he was trill be furnished on application to atory. JThe minister asked him if go on and tell his story. I told to didn't swear or think about it as your nearest ticket agent. 'It was this way," said Mr. Simp came through the hatchway i,ii tile kins. "I nice to piay a mile poicer T. B. LYNCH, roof, The man aaid he came pretty once in a while, nnd I went up into G.P. AM Douiiville. Ky, near it when he fell in the tub of wat- - this room nnd 8at in a game. There At First Ho Was Turned Down in tho Church. Great Southwest. j Cox 61, Kdna Carson 60, Fonzo Herring 60, C. L. Armendt sS, Lillie Barnes 58, Gilln Pierce 5S,Lula Miller 54. J II. Williams 54, Carrie Wcerner 53, V. F. Miller 52, J. P. Sanderfur 51, R, M. McAfee 47, Bee Brown 4, John May 44, II. A Iishbrook 44i J C. Robb 43. fory Wedding 40, Willie Collins 40, Wayne Griffin 37, W, D. Moore 36, Nannie Thonns 32, O. M. Felix 31, C. Field 29. A. O. Bridges 27, Clyde Wedding 26, Lillie McGee 26, I). F Roll 26. Lawton Klein 24. ' Jesse Bean 20, II. Wcinshcimcr 20, " G. I). Wcsterficld 14. , 99, Cotton Bolt Route and always love; one of the daily miracles of love. The women who are the most easily won are the most difficult to preserve, ? and vice versa. To see everything with closed eyes, to see nothing with open eyes; other daily prodigies of love. To please a woman is a phrase that expresses the sum of a hundred virtues and a thousand artifices. To pretend that a prudent marriage generates love is the same as to sow pumpkins and wish (hem to produce melons. He who believes that two kisses resemble each other, that two caresses nre equal, has never even read the alphabet of love. Women who wish to be happy fear those men who talk too much of their horses, their blazonry; fear Don Juan, but still more Tartufo. Men who wish to be happy fear the gossiping woman, the bigoted woman, the woman who talks too much of her virtues and her dowry. Speaking of love, use even the most polyglot of vocabularies, but never pronounce the word "injustice;" because it would be sheer nonsense. It is our own fault if we are not loved. This dogma is eternal as the world, nncient-a- s man, immutable as the laws which govern the physics of the universe. To scrape off the hundred coats of varnish and the thousand disguises with which modern society has covered love, is one of the most sublime missions of moral and civil philosophy. One can love plntonically for life,os one cau be a great man without having ever won a battle, Invented a machine or written a book; but in one case and the humanity has the right to ask; "A quo! bon?" Man, do you want to be loved? Be strong in muscle, in brain, in rashness of passion, or in the flash of genius. The woman who admires is In the vigil of love. Nature has made you the defender of the family, the rouser of latent forces; it has made you a soldier to love and to live; you must be strong. No matter how science advances, love will always remain an art; no matter what height genius attains, love will always have stronger wings than genius; no matter what happiness, riches and glory can confer upon man, the supreme joys of life will always be given by Love. WANTED. Agents in each town and county to sell the Greatest Book of the Age Errors of the Roman Catholic Church and Sufleringsof the Martyrs under Popish Persecution, with Origin nnd Progress of the Protective Association American (A. P. A.) Nearly 700 pages and illustrated with 44 full paged engravings. Send 50c at once for complete outfit and tenns. Special terms given on other fast selling works. 914 Locust St,, St. Louis, Mo. JS5SSffi&. CO. &S.W.R.R. fr Arkanea and Texaa , 1 J, II. Chamueus&Co,, you may kiss mo because you used Appeals. Special attention given to It was night in tho White City, to had a littlo girl liko mo, nnd be- collections. Office cast side of public cause you didn't had her any more." bqure. after a day of color, riot and ponderTho child's voico sounded in his ous heat, and tho fierce sunshine had music; all E. D. GUFFT. given place to tho electric splendor cars like B.O.RINOO the wasted scenes of a squandered which cthcrcalizcs each architecturOrxxlty So S21aa.ro, life crowded in remorse, fear and al motif In tho villago of palaces, and dresses tho fairy-lik- o structures in shamo upon tho man's memory, as pearl until thoy stand as if amazed his lips lingered hungrily on tho soft Will practice in all courts of Ohio at their own glistening, while tho flesh. "Thero comes papal" cried tho lit- and adjoining counties, Superior waters of tho cnnalways, bearing In Coltheir laughing a suggestion of tho tlo girl, suddenly, as sho drew away Court and Court of Appeals. careless revelers of Venice, gilded and ran forward a few steps to greet lections and all legal business attend man, who ed to. Office 329 E. Market St, along dimpling, like a maiden at her nmlddlc-agcd- , pinched her dimpled chin with tenfirst dance. In tho long reaches of mellow der playfulness. R. R. WEDDING, Tho shabby, dissipated individual shimmer, tho snowy outlines of buildings realized tho purest and shrank back with a groan towards . most requiring of classical ideals; the crowd that surged backward and forward up tho broad flights of steps, Ky, Beaver Dam, tho gross, tho masonry, tho droopWill practice his profession in all ing flags, tho picturesque curves of where he could sco without being obthe courts oi Ohio and adjoining thoroughfares, tho bizarre pano- served. "Marian, my dear," exclaimed tho counties. Also Notary Public. rama of oriental, European and American life, all united in tho mag- man whoso arm sho took, "you look very pale; I camo as soon as I could, ic brilliancy to form tho embodiment but this crowd is too much for you. of soino dream legend vaguely whisI will try and find you a resting pered, but never intrusted to can place inside." vas or song. They moved away, and tho child Just inside of ono of tho four great HARTFORD, KY. portals which form tho main en- held her stepfather's hand, walking Will practice his profession in all trance to tho Art palace, a man slightly in advance of him, and lookpaused and looked thirstily at tho ing up into his face as sho described the Courts ot Ohio and adjoining figures of a woman whoso apparel tho "tramp who kissed her," whilo counties, and iu the Court ot ApSpecial attention given to bespoko perfect tasto and wealth, the man listened with indulgence, peals. and a beautiful, gypsy-eye- d littlo gazing alternately at his wife's collections. Office, in County Attor girl, vestured in pure white, who white face and telling tho littlo chat- ney's office, in Court House. had been obliged to wait an instant terbox sho must not make mamma tired. whllo the great throng pushed forTho drunkard, loitering in tho ward. Perry Westerfield, Tho man was most disreputable-lookin- g. shadow of tho colonnades, saw it all. Detroit Free Press. mud-spo- ts His attiro showed in some places, tho IMMENSE WAVE FORCE. Beaver Dam, Ky. lapels and cuffs were badly frayed, Some of the Wonderful Feats Attriband tho color of the suit might onco uted to the Angry Billows. have been black, but the electrio To appreciate wavo force and what 177. light revealed only a rusty brown. His shoes had been Innocent of may bo termed tho throwing power blacking for many months, and what of a wavo let it be understood that served him for a hat bad been in tho winter of 18G0, at Bishop's stepped upon so many times that it Hock lighthouse, tho bell was torn Hartford, Ky. had forgotten its original shapo and from its fastenings,although situated practice mark. clung stupidly to tho matted locks 100 foot above tho high-watWILL courts of his nrofeseion in all Ohio and adjoining in whatever caprice, of At Unst, in tho Shetland islands, a it encircled, tho moment it hod been donned. door was burst In at a height of 195 counties and Court of Appeals. SpecDrink and dissipation had bleared feet above tho level of the sea. Tho ial attention given to collections. Office over Carson &Co. eyes that had onco been handsome, most wonderful effects of wavo force tho growth of a week's beard griz- recorded were witnessed at "Wick zled tho outlines of chin and checks, Harbor breakwater. Blocks weighand n variegated appearance of tho ing from five to ten tons were built skin gnvo token that tho man was a in above the lino of high water, first with hydraulic limo, then with Romhard drinker: 'Marian" ho cried in a low tone, an and last with Portland cement. and tho woman, who was tying the This great work was considered by child's whl to hat moro firmly under most learned engineers in England to bo capable of withstanding tho her chin, turned quickly. "Youl" she exclaimed, whllo apal-lo- r assaults of tho ocean forages, but in caused by pity and horror stolo October, 18G4, over 300 feet 0 this giant barrier was swept away. In slowly over her countenance. 'Marian 1" ho began, eagerly, "I 1872 a monolithic block, weighing had fifty cents and I followed you 1,350 tons, was lifted bodily and carin. I havo been near you all tho ried to leeward of the breakwater, evening, just to hear onco again tho and in 1873 another and heavier con- OFFICE OVER RED FRONT tone of your voice, and and hers!" crete mass, weighing 2,C00 tons, His voico broke huskily, and tho which had replaced the former, was Is prepared to de all kinds of swept away intact .and curried to a woman turned away her head. point equally distant. The marine Dental work at reasonable prices. "Mammal" interrupted the child wonderingly, "who is that man, and dynamometer, for measuring the forco of waves against an obstacle, why docs ho cry, and you, too, raarn-mawas invented by Thomas Stoyenson, Ho drew nearer to tho littlo girl and ono of the results .obtained was PER MONTH theAi-lantl- c, and would havo touched her, but she at Skerry vore lighthouse in IN where, a force of 6,083 pounds Own shrank from him in affright and per square foot was measured. At madetcaslly and honorably? without capiclosely to her. mother. clung spare half tal, daring yourgirl can hoars. Any map, force woman, boy, or do tho work "Speak to him for a moment, my Dunbar asquare of three and a tons per foot was recently lly, Vlthout experience. Talkughand undarling," said tho woman with tremnecessary. Nothing like it for,mqney-makln- g regis tored. ulous lips and wet eyes. ever offered before. Our workers Do Swans Sing Before They Die? always prosper. No time wa$t;d In "WJio aro you?" asks tho child, learning tho business. Wo tcach.you fn holding her mother's skirt tightly Tho story that tells of swans singa night iliojv ,to succeed ,from tneJrt with one hand. ing before death is very old, and of hour. Yqu can makota,trlql wlthout(ex-peut- e "Tho wreck of a man," ho an- course is founded upon fancy. The to yourself. We Mart you, furnish swered shortly and bitterly, whllo idea has been brought down from the everything needed to carry on the bust tho bloodshot oyes, that bore a ancient myths. Tho voice of the noss Kuccessfullr, and guarantee you agoin&t failure if ypu but follow vour strango resemblance to tho Innocent swan is extremely harsh and disaReader, U simple, plain .instructions. ones into which ho was looking, greeable, without a single musical you are In need of .ready ,money, and grew hard and defiant. noto in it, and no good reason can want to know all about, tho, best paying scqd business "You don't look like a good man," bo found for likening somo of the Address, before tho public, you aUsyoui and wo will mall docu said tho child reflectively, after a world's sweetest poets to this meut giving you all tho partlqular?. second of silence; "are you a good fowl. If not inTMUEACO., Box4O0v mart?" tended as a bit of sarcasm, calling Augusta, "Oh, Ethel I" remonstrated tho Pindar tho "Heliconian Swan of mother, whilo the man laughed again Thebes," Virgil tho "Swan of Manmiserably as ho answered: "No, I tua," and Shakespeare tho "Swan of am a bad man, a regulur thorough Avon," seems ridiculous. I d I am not a man for such Tho only approach to a verificalittle ladies as you to look at." tion wo havo ever seen is the followHer sympathy and compassion ing clipped somo years ago from a wcro touched, and sho left her mothVirginia newspapec: him er's side and approached A sporting friend, recently reslightly. turned from a foray upon tho Po- The Leading Photognjkor. "Maybe," sho began, doubtfully, tomac river, below Mount Vernon, "maybo you'd bo gooder if you had was the guest of a venerable and a littlo girl liko me. "Haven't you got highly intelligent lady, who has al?ictuii Id Erery Style ud Sin. any littlo girl to tako care of you?" ways lived on tho Potomac. SpeakQrOld Pictures Copied and Enlarged Tho inflamed faco quivered agon-izedl- ing of tho swan she gavo it as her man decided opinion that this bird was in --as tho slovenly-lookin- g SPECIALTY. faltered: tho habit of singing or making a plain-tiv- o Main Street. 108J L'Sho doesn't know, Marian?" nnd Tho reason nolso when dying. 0WENSB0R0, KY as tho woman exclaimed "Certainly sho gavo for entertaining this belief 87m6 notl" ho answered tho child's ques- was that on many occasions in tho tion: last fifty years sho had been awak"No, I haven't any littlo girl, and ened at night by a sweet and exthere isn't ono who would caro for ceedingly sad noise, something like k mo." tho tones of a flageolet, coming over "Yes, there Is," porslsted tho tho water, and that on every subsechild seriously, "sho would, if sho quent morning a dead swan was COPYRIGHTS. was your very own llttlbglrl. Didn't found to bo floating on tho water, or CAN I BTAIM A PATENT f For A you nover havo ono?" to havo been washed ashore. Pittswuwi- r jutd an bOMct oi4nfon. writ RI MiiHit a: 1- U.i who hT hmd Marty fifty yaw? "Yes," ho said hoarsely, "I had burgh Dispatch, rinelatb patent .loos itrieuy oonfldentl ono; sho was like you years ago, ormauoo ounoarau Patents and bow to ob-A Strong Constitution. Uln town tent froo. AlMiaMUlOnMMBSObAB Marian? centuries ago, wasn't it, teal and aiaantlAa tanks imt ft. Pataau taJUn throw JiMoim A O0.1MGMVQ and becauso of her I would liko to Hykcr Do you think Thlnly's niUMlHtllfl intrlpaii. a4 MBa ant bfoatoft wfcWlr bafti th MllOWHat kissyou once." constitution strong euough to perpv Ml IHTI I rMalrtJKtAUyUlwl ZEKCffi child hesiTho daintily-dresse- d mit his undertaking this work? tfrctOaUoa oi ny MtaoUl ftoworkteika Dr. Bolus Of courso it isl I tated a second, then sho looked inOHNIMtni quiringly at her mother, ought to know; I'vo doctored him NNiVifw "You may kiss him, Ethel," said for twenty years. World's Fair SaSttMiaBL woman. ;tho , Puck, A Fathotlo Soono Bkotched at the holding up quite fearlessly her plump HARTFORD, KY. check, which tho healthy blood Columbian Exposition. Will practice his profession in Ohio tinged like clear, paje carmine, "but and adjoining cpunttes7and l&urT'of n attorneys t Jgaw, g Attorney at Law, i Lawyer Attorney at Law. I !t M coat-colla- r, pn it m H. BARNES 1 h. mm- 1 m DENTIST, f" 190 DOLLARS Locality Your i ii Main. gjtlmTLm no-goo- Hark pik, oisr y, A kMm m m wmj , S Vl v 'f i 7F t tf v tv . (Bf!7 cTHIkW.y- - j- - . asaftgBppwwww Sfta VJiam w'w jJrtnyKi HffccigJV'5lr-yJ-1- the time for their tfigtilar meetings before the was set for the Saturday fourth Sunday in each utonth. Quite ruisMsuiKU i:vi:itv fkinay mokrino an interest is being manifested already BJIlor ami Proprietor. and we expect to have a large memJO. II IIIMJRU1! bership before the election. Fruuy, Aran. 2;, 1394. It seems that the silver tougucd Hrcckcnridge was not so successlul Republican Ticket. in his suit with Miss Pollnrd as he i;iccllim,i. Kor Comity Judge John l' Morton. has been politically. His pathway, Kor Slicrifl Cnl. 1. Kcown. which has been strewn with flowers, D. M. Hockcr. Vox County Clerk and carpeted with success, seems to y- K. 1. Neal. Kor County Attornebe changed and his chances for I'or Assessor X. C Daniel, por Jailer Jown W. illacfc. arc slim, but a man's or Surveyor G. S. Hit'huRii. sins will find him out, and u reputaFor Coroner G. C. Westerfield. tion without a character to back it is MAClSTHATKS; not likely to endure long. Such cases A. S. Aull. Hartford are a disgrace to our civilization and L. Woodward, Kosine C it is to be hoped that his patty will CtomwcU Jont B. Wilson. Fordsvillc no longer support him. He should Huford he relegated to the shades of private coxstiuu.k: life. Hartfonl Hosea Shown. The drug store at this place has Thomas Allen. Kosine R. B. Martin. Cromwell changed hands, Mrs. Nancy Keown Forrisville becoming its purchaser, and Mr. Huford 4g Joe N. Keown gets the position ns : clerk. Uev.Bolton, of theChristian Church, filled his regular appointment here Saturday night and Sunday at eleven o'clock. A. S. K. Hartford Republican IN ALAMEDA. An Ohio County Boy Makos Spoooh in tho Far a West Opera-house- SAN 1'RANCISCO CAM The Lincoln memorial services at , in Alathe Litulermau meda, were well attended yesterday afternoon. The stage was appropriately decorate.! with floral and pitriot-i- c emblems. In opening the hymn, "America" was sung by the audience, Wm. M. Cuberry presided. Brief remarks were made by Mr. Majors, who was one of the owners of the Pony Uxpress that carried the inaugural address of President Lincoln from St. Joseph, Mo., to Sacramento, a distance of two hundred miles, in seven days and seventeen hours, the fastest time on record for that kind of service. Mr. A. C. Bradford sang "Washington and Lincoln." Rev. M. II. Wilson lead n very interesting paper on "The life of Lincoln." He termed Lincoln the most conspicuous figure from Washington to Cleveland and the "Moses of American history." The main points of his lite were briefly and interestingly toucheJ upon, Hon. N. J. Mnnson read a paper upon "Abraham Lincoln as a citizen," in which he dwelt upon the simplicity and unostentntion which characterized that honored type of American citizenship. The lamiliar poem, a favorite with Lincoln, was recited by K. G. Majors. Rev. F, I). Bovard spoke upon "Lincoln as a Patriot," in a very pleasing manner, demonstrating his point by the many familiar anecdotes of incidents in the great man's life, in which he showed himself in touch with humanity and thus a patriot of the highest type. Hon. J. X. Young spoke on "President Lincoln." The last speaker was Mr. W. G. Benton, coast manager of the American Press Association, who was introduced as the orator from Kentucky. Mr. Benton handled the subject, "The Evolution of the Negro." He termed himself a Southern man with Northern sympathies and gave some very clear and logical thoughts on the vexatious "race problem." He said that had Lincoln survived longer he would doubtless have brought the question to a much more advanced stage than it is to-da- J WILLIAM TELL Your mother and father that if they are wanting anything in the Grocery and Queens-war- e Hue they will find it at tracy & son's. Com miners nil over the country Lave gone out on a strike, ami still greater thousands are thus added to the army of the unemployed. A coMMUXtcvi io" from Springfield, the home of the Hon. John W. Lewis published in Saturday's Com vurcinl, states that Mr. Lewis will accept if the Republicans call on him to run for Congress in the Fourth HUtiict. Tiiu practically assures his nomination, for hw will have no op position. Mr. Lewis' candidacy will have anything but a soothing elieet upon the nerves of the present Rep ipeutatire, Mr. Montgomery. Tin: Republicans of this Appellate District believe that with a good or pani7ition nn.l a strong candidate that they can defeat Reeves. A study of the counties and the political complexion but confirms this belief. There is no abler, 110 more available man in Hon. John Icethe District than-thland, and his candidacy would meet with approval all over the District. Now, lor an early Convention, a close organization and Republican the Appellate 011 representative e The miners have gone to work. Messrs. Ollie Huff, Fordsville. and Burt Coombs, Hartford, visited here Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Gnswold, of Owens-borspent several days at this place last week. Mr. C. T. Pierson went to Owensboro to purchase a fine spring stock of goods. Mr. G. W. Kelley's new house near the depot is Hearing completion. Mrs. Liza Phillips, Aetnaville, is very sick at this writing. Mr. G. C. Roberts is in Owensboro. Miss Kate Wagner, Owensboro, who has been visiting Miss Gertie Powell for the past week, returned home The party given by Miss Gertie Powell Saturday night, in honor ot Miss Kate Wagner, was a grand suco, to-da- y to-da- iu:AEt'ii:rn. bench. Tin: following is the account of the mob nearIuioiituwntPrt., on Monday, published in Tuesday's Courier Journal: The Oliver plant near here was the scene of disorder and bloodshed today, A striker named Mtcluel Fetz-k- o btoued the coke drawers while they were at work on the yard. Sheriff Wilhelm and a posse of deputies atrested him, when about fifty women assembled and demanded his release ThonfliwrH warned the women not to interfere, The answer was a yell of defiance and then the whole crown 01 cursing, screaming women charged the squad of men, attacking with every conceivable missile and weapon tweept fire arms. Mood was flowing irom numbers 01 the men in a and when some of them were knocked down they were lotced to fight back. Mrs, Fetko, the leader of the Juries, rushed at Deputy Slier He ilT Richards with an uplifted ax. evaded the blow and knocked her senseless with his levolver, and she lay stretched at length on the ground with the Wool gushing from a gash in her forehead. The cry was raised that she was killed, and the bedlam of savage excitement can not be described. Hut she revived after fully twenty minutes, when she struck at Richards with the ax, the other dep. uties threw off the restraint that had made them helpless against these women heretofore. Numbers of women were felled with blows from maces, others were stabbed with bayonets, or beaten with the stocks of Winchesters, and the Sheriff had great difficulty in preventing the men from shooting them down. Country Jaw This is an awful state of case, and forbyourinformaut. remember the let the Democrats ItO.MK. Homestead Riot of 702, about which April 24. Mrs. Fannie Walker is thev raised such a howl. It's a Jon-visiting her parents, Mr, and Mrs. K. lane that has no turn and the Democi B. Allen. Mr. Charlie Childs is on the sick racy is now reaping the fruits of havlist. ing deceived the people. Mr, J. M, Holloway, who lives acres of near town, has thirty-fiv- e . Ni:i.Krr. April 20 News in these parts is corn planted and still planting. Jake is a hustler. very scarce. Farmers nrc busy preparing for a The little folks had a pound party crop, but owing to the recent rains at Mr. K. H. Allen's Tuesday night. there has not yet been much corn At the appointed hour quite a crowd planted, Oats was not as badly assembled and they had a grand time as was at first supposed. Some eating and playing. Mr. II. P. Watts gave. a very inter'forward wheat seems to be somewhat esting talk on Temperance at the damaged, last Thursday Tobacco plants are mostly killed Methodist Church and there will be but very little, if night. He gave the young and old good advice, and gave a short sketch any, tobacco set in this section. Dr. J. L. Liles, of Kosine, visited of the life he lived when he was not this place last Monday with a view of master of his appetite for alcohol. locating here. Dr. Liles is a young He said by the help of God he was physician, well up in his profession now master of his appetite for alcoand will be warmly welcomed among hol and by the help of God he expectHe ed to live and die a sober man. us. Dr. N. 0, Mothershead will shortly said there was only one safe remedy move to Hopkins county and while for a man not to die a drunkard and we regret to give liim up we can say that was not to drink alcohol in any that Hopkins county will gain an form. We are extremely sorry to mention elegant physician and an estimable the death of Henry Wright, who died gentleman. Mr, and .Mrs Kwing Morris are on Sunday night at his home ner Kosine. lie leaves a wife and several the sick list. children to mourn his loss. He was Mr. LuthcrDanlel, of Grayson counW. C. Stewart this a good man, and all who knew him ty, is visiting loved him. He served in the late week. The Republican Club at Jhizetown war and was a cnllaut soldier. The Ty nil Aillfl a a a nl jt- t In is getting ready for the fight in No Ycuiber. At a recent meeting Joseph on the 30th of May, Peace to his Rosa. T. James was elccled Chairman and ashes. mo-mea- t, Elington, Owensboro, made the survey for the new switch here last week, which will run to the new shaft. Mr. H. Williams and family, formerly of Aetnaville, are among the list that we gladly welcomed to our little town last Friday. Mr. Lonnie Spurrier, ofOwensboio, is the guest of his grand-parentMr. and Mrs. G. W. Kelley. Mrs. Mollie Spurrier and Master Frank Spurrier, who have been visiting friends and relatives at this place, returned to their home in Owensboro last week. Mr. Hugh Thompson, of Cadiz, is in town ready to open the Company store for the Deanfield Coal Company, which is now ready for work. Mr. Arnier Miller, who has been very low of pneumonia for sometime, is, we are glad to say, improving. Misses Dorah, Collier, and Rice, of Whitcsville, spent Sunday in town. Mr. Bud Walker and family are moving to the George Burks house, on the corner of Railroadand Mulberry Streets. Mr. James Phillips, of Whitcsville, was in town Sunday to see a friend. who Minnie Skeeters, Miss has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. Belle Parsons, returned to her home in Victoria Monday. Mr, and Mrs. Mcljtroy spent Sunday night in town. Messrs. James Carter and Willie Holder, Whitesville, are in town selling a patent Washer and Wringer. Mr. Dick Lamastus, of Victoria, has come and gone to work in the mines. A story comes to us, and while not from our own community, we cannot resist the temptation of sending it. The veracity of the people cannot be questioned. Some time since the family, of Mr. M. S. Jones, of Oak Station found a goose which they supposed had been bitten by a dog. They threw the goose over in the yard. She immediately laid four eggs and the next morning she laid another egg and was perfectly sound and well. A strange story it may appear to man', but any one doubting this will find that the truthfulness will be vouched s, cess. Mr, may southern magazine As we approached the unp the young men were bringing home the cows. There was not much poetry about it, for the herd was uniuly and was lariated. The cattle made but little resistance and were led to the camp peaceably enough. So docile did they seem that I proposed to do the milking myself, and pinned my dress up with an air of importance. I would show these people that I knew something of country lite and was not above honest labor. I took the pail and started for the nearest cow, saying gently, "So, Bossy, so, Bossy." The women began to titter, which but nerved me to courage, and I looked about for a milking stool. None being in sight, I stooped low as I advanced and held out my hand to the "gentle creature." The cow had been lariated to a cotton woo J tree. She had wide branching horns after the manner of Texas cows, spreading fully four feet from tip to tip. Suddenly one of her feet lhw out towaid me and its mate followed, the women all screamed "Nut-te- e (woman) Tsu tsu (milk) 110, no." The pail was then taken from me and I retreated a wiser woman. More rops was then obtained and thrown around the cow's hind legs and tightly. She wasthen secured by these ropes to stout trees in the rear. In this veiy much "straightened condition" she was milked by Mrs. Caddo Jake, and the milk was very good eaten with Mush-cut(bread) and dried beef, , which was called We occupied the rest of the day taking a peep into their grass houses, the little "squaw-pateliesor kitchen gardens, and looking at the sewing of the women, which exceeded in nicety and evennessanystitching which I had ever seen. slip-noose- d " "Kur-cr-o-tu" Mil k I iik TI1110I11 1111 Iiicllmi 1'iuiip. Mary spent, Monday nltflit in. tOsvm FOR BRADLEY. The family of Mr J H. Nave was very much surprised Saturday on re- A Mountain Ropublicnn Writoo ceiving an elegant pktiue frame, but to tho Kentucky next that met their eyes was a honl-bit- s Loador. picture, lesenihlluga Gorilla, hut HniTnii ok Tin? Lhadku The presafter close inspection it proved to be the likeness ol the handsome Mr. ent condition of the country shows that the election ot Grover Cleveland Nave. with those principles which he repSCHOOT, NOTIW. Misses Sue Monroe, Nettie Martin, resents, was n serious mistake, and Lizzie Willis. Ida Column nml Lee that the American people propose to Is Chinn visited their homes tjiturday, correct it at the first opportunity. also Mr. Halley Brown, of Rochester, it not time that Kentucky should burst asunder the Miacklts that have visited his home. Miss KU.i Sowders nnd Mr, Lonnie so long bound her to the blind traStewart, who have been alent from ditions of the pist? In the next Guschool for some time, are With us bernatorial election Kentucky w ill sound the initial gun in the campaign again. Who will be our stimlird Mr. Arthur Hunt is absent this week of 1896, bearer in the memorable contest? This on the account of sickness Miss Klla Sowders was fixing -- her Is the question that should command ring Monday and while she had it ofF the serious consideration ol eveiy Prof. Ray called the grammar class Republican in the State. Could their wishes now be recordand she left the ring on the desk nnd it has not yet been found, but when it ed, it would be sate to say that an is fouud it will be on the beautiful overwhelming majority would decide finger of Mr. Lonnie Stewart or Ad- in the favor of Hon. Wm, O Bradley. Unquestionably n no morenble.faithful, dis Pate. Revs. Barrow and Casebier and D. or acceptable man could be found IL Rhoad were present at opening in this proud old Commonwealth to grace the halls of the Kxecutlvc Manexercises this week. Rev. Barrow also conducted exer- sion. As a lawyer, statesman and cises and made us some excellent orator he is the peer of any man in ' the brilliant nrr ly of Kentucky's talks. Misses Virgic'IIockcr, Bessie Nave illustrious sons. No one has labored and Sue Monroe were out oC sclio a more faithfully or successfully to esfew days this week on the account of tablish thcTpriuciples ol Republicanism upon a permanent basis in old sickness. Bourbon ridden Kentucky. Bv the The R, K. G's are increasing rapidly in numbers and in work as well. mere force of his courage, aggressive the Miss Lula Wells is a new student ness nnd genius he stands acknowledged leader of the RepubliAttvi:, this week, can party in the State, What Blaine , The FanmiiM KtitnttfUit in OweiiNlMtrii. and Recti have been to Maine, Rev. B. Kay Mills, the famous to Vermont, Hawley to Conevangelist of Rhode Island, whose necticut, PhelpstoNewJeisey, Couk-lin- g name is known almost every place and Deciv to New York, Camwhere the gospel is preached in thii eron to Pennsylvania, Sherman nnd is to hold a series of meetcountry, ings in the large Tabernacle in Owens- McKinlcy to Ohio, Harrison to Indiana, Logan, Lincoln and Grant to Ilas boro. Mr. Mills is known linois, and Adisou to Iowa, so has most successful evangelist of the this coutury. He is a young man, Bradley been to Kentucky. The present organization, progicss comparatively in his thirty-sevent- h year, but he has been a pastor ten and prosperity of Republicanism' in . years and has been in the evangelist-- , Kentucky are due in a great measure to the energy and executive ability of ic work eight years and has labored with great success in man) of the Mr. Bradley, who has beyond doubt performed more labor and received large cities of the country, notably less reward than any other RepubliNew York, Philadelphia, San Francan in the State. Asa delegate for cisco, Nashville, Cincinnati, Cleveland the State at large in the last four Reand Omaha. Iu Cincinnati alone over publican National Conventions he S,ooo were led into the christian Hie. wielded by the power of his logic nnd Rev. Mr. Flaunting, Mr. Mills' evangelistic assistant, and Mr. John P. the grace of eloquence a most potent influence in the council halls of those Hallis, his musical director, will open grc.it nnd deliberative bodies, gaining the meeting on May the 10th and Mr. for himself at once, as if by manic, Mills will arrive on the 17th. The c Xati0n.1l reputation. His speech at Montreal Daily Witness, where Mr. Chicago, in iSSo, in responding to Mills held meetings in February, gave this description olhiin: "Ileisyoung, the ureit speech ol Senator has blue eyes, is confident, buoyant in the nomination ol General Grant, was a spontaneous outburst of elo and happy the brow is broid and quence which elicited the applause of clear. If you were in trouble you would like to have that face near you, thousands. He hah from time to time it is so serene, so sure that all is right, preserved the orgauizitiou of the party intact in his own Congressional a voice solt, musical, but with tones district, against overwhelming odds. be very decisive and in it that can Noble, generous, chivalrous, withvery tender." The Owensboro peoout a stain upon his character or n ple are arranging for a great meeting, are anticipating an awakening blot upon his escutcheon, there is no more worthy to wear the mantle such as has not been known in West- one oi the immortal Henry Clay than the ern Kentucky. The large Tabernacle, e orator of Kenseating 6,000 people, has been thor- young tucky. He is known, loved and idoloughly overhauled and the people of that locality hive a splendid opportu- ized by the Republicans trom the Cumberland Mountains to La Belle nity to hear this noted man of God. River, ".fion the Big Sandy to the The Tennis set ai rived on Monday Purchase. His nomination will infuse Their a spirit ot enthusiasm mthe breasts ot and the boys are delighted. progress will of course be slow, how- the honest and yeoman ever, as none of them know very of our State, who are ardently longmuch about the game ing fur deliverance fromthf thralldom and galling )oko of Democratic misM0II101IN1 M utility School. management. Rr.I'lTltMCAK. Sunday April, sad 1894. Jackson, Ky conducted by SuperintendServices , 1 to-daI to-da- y I I silver-tongu1 d TRACY & SON s:r .J531 " ."5 r ' lCk "KT 't'KlTSAiA Z.xXt' pi?,5. V -- 1 SMSKBiHfe 5B5SKa I JT. - JB-- Farming Implements. "ACME HARROWS" A SPECIALTY. Call on them for anything in the Imple- ment Line. VK&e? & 80S, - Rairtf okA, OK TIIK Por the occasion ol the Southern Hapliht Convention, tickets will !e on sale ior train No 7 May 8th and for trains of May 9, io, 11 and 12,'yi, at $22.55 lor the round trip, limited to 3 days each way with extreme limit ol 30 days from date of sale. The "Rig lliptist Train" will leave Memphis via "Cotton Hclt" at 11 a. 111. Wednesday, May 9, and nrrivc at Dallas 7 a. 111 , May 10th. Agent. IL Will !.fttp Heaver Dam about 19th or a6t ol April. All persons wanting lirst-claphotographic woik, I will le glad to make them. Remember I use the Instantaneous Process for Ilaby 1'icturcs. Come to Heaver Dam for your Photos, wheie you always get s Yours truly, work. ss first-clas- QUAJiTKRLY 'REPORT Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK At thoCloso of Business on 23d day ot Docom-1 bor, 1893, K&SOUKCKS. Loans and Discounts, lesa loans to Directors . . 554,137.50 i.oatis to uitcciors (oinccrs not included . too. 00 Ovcrdrnlls, .secured . . . 1,412.00 Ovcrdrulls, unsecured . . 568.48 Due Irom National Ihuik.i 15,759.11 uue irom Male oauks ami Hankers 108 00 Kinking house and lot . . 3,000.00 ... A. I). Taylor Secie Currency Other items carried nscasli Taxes paid 1.398.97 Try the Furniture audl;i.ttires Celebrated Globe Fertilizer. Hartford Ky. Current excuses .... . , 5,017.00 50.00 1.500.00 .U.05 1 1.768.56 85,443.6? LIABILITIES. Surplus hind Capital stock paid in, in cashf 25,000. 00 5,250.00 Undivided profits . . . . 6,312.33 Due Depositors 48,830.36 DiU'St'tclMiiks&Srteh'k'rs 50.98 $85,443.7 Static op Kkntcckv, Coi'ntv ok Ohio, j ss John II. Barnes, Cashier of Heaver Dam Deposit Bank, a bank located and doinj: btisiuea in the town of Beaver Dam, in said county.bciujr duly sworn, says that the foregoing rt is in all respects a true statement of the condition of the said bank at the close ot business on the 23d day ol December. 1S93, to the best of his knowledge and belief; and further says that the business of said bank has lieen transacted at the location nam. ed. and not elsewhere; and that the above report is made in compliance ulth an official notice received from the Secretary of State, designating the 23d day of December, 1893. as the day on which such report shall be made Subscribed and sworn to before me by John II. Barnes, the 30th day of December, 1893. Siikmiv Tayxoh, Dep. County Court Clerk. I. P. Bah.vaud, President. R. P. IIockkk, Director. ' Jno. IL Bahnks, re-lo- It's just as easy to try One Minute CoughCurc as anything else. It's easier, to cure a severe cohl or cough with it. Iet your next purchase fora cough be One Minute Cough Cure. Itetter medicine; better result; better try it. L. H. Hean. Call in and ask to sieScivens Underwear for gents at Carson & CoV 34 4t On the 1st Sunday in June the Methodist HpUcopal Church at Washington will be dedicated by the Kev. D. F. Kerr, P. IC , of the Grten Hiver District, Kentucky Coiifttcncc. All friends of the Church nudChristianitv are invited to come and bring their baskets of good things to rnt and invite your friends to come, with you. J H Pkkkyman. ( I'linrrli UrillrulJiHi. ent Williams, and opened by singing "Am I a soldier ot thecioss." and teachers present n; scholars present 7S. Subject of lesson, "Joseph rules in Officers The and the Hkpudlcan Hgypt." Golden text, "Them that honor me will I honor." Contributious$i.3i. York Weekly Tribune one Subscribe for The year for only $1.25, Repuiilicax and the in advance, iow QUARTERLY REPORT or xiii? Mr. Henry Hardwick, of Hopkins-ville- , who is on a visit to friends in A HoimI'm iiimI only IIooiPn. Are you weak 'and weary, overworked and tired? Hood's Sarsapa-rill- a is just the medicine you need to purify and quicken your blood and give you appetiteand strength. If you decide to take Hood's Sarsaparilla do not be induced to buy any other. Any effort to substitute another remedy is proof ofthe merit of Hood's, Hood's Pjm.s become the favorite cathartic with every one who tries them. You canrot afford to be without The Hartford Republic- an. once. Subscribe iii;avm( dvh. at April 25 A crowd of young folks went horseback riding Sunday afternoon. Misses Anna McKenuey, CI i file Gray and Attyc Austin spent Friday night in the country with Miss Susie Stewart, Mr. II. D Hunt is in Woodbury this week, Mrs, Perry Westerfield and little daughter, Kli.abeth. are in Rochester, where they will spend a month, Mr. Hiram Maddox, who has been sick for many days, is now able to be out some, Mrs. J. II, Nave and Miss Fannie Dames are on the sick list. Mr. T. J. Smith and daughter, Loans and discounts, less loans to Directors . $68,304.80 Loans to Directors (officers not included . 406.00 Loans to Officers 400.00 Overdrafts, secured . . . 1,937.35 Overdrafts, unsecured . . 437.06 Due from Nat. Banks . . 5,966.74 Due from St'e B'ks& B'k'rs 48328 Banking house nnd lot , . 3000.00 Stocks and Bonds. , . . 1,341.67 Specie 2,718.78 2,260.00 r . . . . A good secon'l linnd cart. Cnll at Currency Exchanges for Clearings . 2, 145.59 this office or address tlicUtiruiiMCAN Other item's carried as cash 1,367.49 Furniture and Fixtures . . 1 ,000.00 No better aid to digestion, Taxes paid . .. 145.97 Current expenses . . . , 1,088.50 No better cure for dyspepsia, 698.54 Nothing more reliable "t6r "bilious Qther assets, debts in suit ness and constipation than UeWitt's $93,701.77 Little Early Risers, the famous little LIABILITIES. pills, L. U. Hean. CapM stock paid in, incash $30,000.00 Undivided profits . 7,418.97 Deposits subjectocheck(on which in. is not paid .' 56,069,79 And those desiring certificates should Due National Banks , , , 81,63 write for catalogue of The Teachers' Due State banks and ban'is ni.t8 Training Schoo'. A summer courte. Sam Cox has a colt from the little Opens June 4th. $93.7i.77 Missouri mare and by a thoroughbred R. 15. Chock kit, Principal, Statk op Kkntuckv, ) ss Shetland pony, which in one respect County ok Ohio. J Hlkton, Ky. at least is quite a curiosity. Its right Sam K. Cox, President of Bank of 'Roekport Lodge no 3.2 1'. & A.M. lint t ford, Ky., a Bank Lcated and fore foot is remarkably like, that of a ttetts regularly every first nnd third doing business in the town of Hart bear. The foot has a joint and what ford, Siturdav night. W. A. Bku. W. M. says in said county being duly sworn should be the hoof is a bone extendthat the foregoing Report is in D. Maddox, Sec'y. ing forward like a bear's foot. At the Porlodlo Attacks of Neuralgia In J. nil respects n true statement of the the Eyes. fetlock is a little tuft .of hair concealcondition of the said Bank at the close "0. 1. ITood & Co., Lowell. Man.: of business on the 23d day of Decent-be- r, JDe Witt's Witch Hazel Salve ing a well developed claw. "Iu rite to lay that I hnve been A sufferer for and heals It was made 1893, to the best of his knowlfour years with neuralgia In the eyes. The jahis Ue it for burn?, edge nnd belief; nnd further says that Dr. J. S. Coleman nnd wife, Hart- were very severe at night, causing me to suffer forhat pnrpose cuts.;bruises; chapped hands, the business of said Bnnk has been ford, and Mrs, Bettie Williams, of winter ami summer alike. Sometimes n month wouhl lapie between spells, then I would be of at Rescript ions and if vou have transacted at the location named, and Beaver Dam, Miss Alice Atkins, not elsewhere; nnd that the above repiles. use it for them. L B ISeau, Troubled Every Week, Giccnville, Rev. T. M. Morton. port is made in compliance with an especially If I was up At night I am a man of official notice received from the Sec. nnd S. C. Taylor, regular habits, 43 years of age, ami emiIo)ed retnry of State designating the 23d of Rochester, left Wednesday for for the past seven years by Hcnth, Springs St Co., December, merchants and bankers of this place Texas where they will visit friends - day of such report 1893, as the day on go- which shall be made. and relatives the lest of the week and Subscribed and sworn to before nit by Satii'K. Cox the 28th day of Dethen attend the Southern Baptist in cember, I893. G.B.L!KKN8,C.O.C.C, Convention which convenes at Dallas nixt Cr.mden. I bought a supply of Hood's Bar Sam K. Cox, President, sipjrlllu, used four bottles and believe I am andOBtavXaWe on May the nth. The party anticicuuU at buiu wlta-cured." W, J. Long, Lancaster, South Carolina) ifsiuvir J. McHbnry, Director, nutbAlB.BnokAfnAM pates a delightful trip and will return tlcularsMntFRilK. John C. Thomas, Hood's Fills cure Constipation by restore B.M.WaULEY.W.R about the middle or latter part of May. I&3 tho peristaltic action l the alimentary canal J. S. Comwah, AUMtetCUboeoa wvtwjuwwueii town, was a welcome visitor to our school this morning. Henry wis once a member and we were glad to see him. We take great pleasure in adding the name of Mrs. John B. Wilson to our fast increasing roll, as a new fttif snlintnr. jinint I'rnf. lHfinrna class. Wc extend to her the hand of welcome. Messrs. G. I). Westerfield and U S. Carson paid us a visit this morning. Call again gentlemen. Little Miss Bessie Patterson, Jones and Harold Hoi brook are new scholars in Sister Pate's class. We now have a total membership of 151 and almost every Sunday new members are added. We extend an invitation to all who arc not members of other schools to join us, and especially are visitors invited, the presence of whom stimulates and encourages us to more work. Wednesday evening at S o'clock at the home of the bride's father, Mr, C P. Schapmire, Mr J. M Matting!)' was uia;ried to Miss Li.ic Schapmire, Rev. G J. Bean performing the ceremony. There were only a few frieads and relatives present. The pieseuts were numerous and some Not one minute elapses Ixttwtrn the were very costly. Immediately aitei taking of One Minute Cough Cure the ceremony the happy couple re- and relief. Why shouldn't people paired to Mr. Mattingly's home, near take One Minute Cough Cure? They the Water Mills. should. They do. I, H Hean. qiiici it'UiJnir, Louisville Weekly Commercial. Roth papers one year for only $1.25, in advance. N 01' HARTFORD Attho close of Business on tho 23d day of Oeoem borf 1893. KtisouRaisT ... ... Hi ... TXtw.JIU A Peculiar Case cleans-es,5urifi- es .. ' MH ; wrJ iY n, .JJ 'r mjL Get our prices on Hood'ss?Cures JobwWok before ins dlsewhere. nuuu&i lw J - t M iVfi r - u. ijmi iii " t gsgrutott& u imM wrnm iMwiriMpiiic c in mimmmmmm 5 That was the advice given to Young Ihisiness Men by a hard-heade- - Mr. iVrt Ndll LouiaVllIe. wSPfpt o ggjggg? SET-T- O vlMtlnet frauds IH A BLOODY Kg?teJ vir - i M. Rev. J. D. Morgan, Kosinc, Was in town Tuesday. Rev. E, "Don't Indorse." d K,fte will preach at Fords. .r..,Mi,...-.- Puts op Hor Fighting Clothes and Makos Things Howl. A WILD TIME LAST SUNDAY. naili f n uA f J vUleto-qtsht- . .- . Mls LiU Morton is visiting tives at Prentis. rela- OLIVER CHILLED PLOW! OVESIR. 100,000 BEST GENERAL PURPOSE PLOW fsVaW JaW V Mr, Jonathan Raley, Rosine, was In town thi5 week. Col. I. D. Nail, Louisville, town last week. old was in from financier. That is all well enough as applied to commercial paper, but we say Hon. J; D. Guffy returned Greenville Tuesday. Mr. J. B. Mc Daniel, Horse Branch, was in town Tuesday. On May the 5th and 6th Quarterly meeting convenes at Goshen. You Indorse The good and reject the bad, this world of ours would be a sorry place. Take for example Mr. Jo Hulhall, of Louisville, in town the first of the week. was Mr. AJva Duke, Louisville, was the guest of his parents the first of the week. Henry Hard wick, Hopkinsville, is visiting his brother, Mr. W. G. Hard wick. $3.00 Shoes Surely you can indorse those shofig after once trying them, for the value is there. In such weather as we are 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 Just received, another shipment of ladies and cbildrens Oxfords at Carson & Co. Mr. Fred Myers, Evansville, visited the family of Mr. C. F. Schapmire this week. Rev. E. H. Maddox, Oivensboro. was in town Tuesday the guest of Dr. Coleman. Shanks Brook ins was tried yesterday on a charge ol selling liquor and was acquitted. e estabThere has been a lished at Clear Run, with L. C. Hoover as Post-offlcPost-maste- r. The wild Sunday revelries and debaucheries that have characterized a class ol Hayti society for .some time culminated last Sunday in n big fight It has1 been for months believed that a certain darkey especially was running n blind tiger, and on that day in particular his dive was Finally in the even-in- g well patronifced. Crit Parks and Dec Walker got into n fight in Shank Brookins' establishment, nnd niter a hard scrimmage there they got into the yard and before the fight was over they had fought over n whole half acre of ground, which was torn upas though it had been the scene of a bull fight. A rock an ax and n pair ol brass knucks played important parts in the affair. Parks came out withabruised head and face and Walker with his lower Hp bitten off. The parties were arrested by Marshal Lyons and Mr. G. W. Hunger, and Walker was lodged in jailr The trials came up Monday and Parks was held to answer at the May term of Circuit Court under J 100 bond, which he gave. Walker was released on the charge of breach of peace, and tried Tuesday under charge of felony nnd held under 250 bond to answer at the next term of the Circuit Court. In default of bail he was lodged in jail. Casebier 6: Burton have the best of rigs for hire," day or night. Rev. G. J. Bean is preparing to paint the Commercial Hotel. Mr. J. W. Weaver, Louisville, is in town, and will remain several dajs. Mr. J, L. Carson will attend the Quarterly meeting at Marvin's Chapel Sunday. s f Born, to the wife of Judge R. R. Wedding, on Elm Street, on the 22d inst., a girl. IN THE WORLD M ! fi3zK?9sVBBlsaBaaaaaaV& !pfeecyaasMSSjjsjsjsjsjpsjpy' There are Fifteen Reasons why you Should use Nothing but the Oliver Chilled Plow: 1st. They are the original aud only genuine Chilled Plow made. 2d. They are adapted to all kinds ol soil and will do work in sod or stubble. 3d. The mould boards are thoroughly chilled, have no eott spots in them, will ecour 111 nuy soil, and will not wear out in ten yean9 plowing. 4th, Oliver's Chilled Metal will not rrod The heaviest roat of rustuhat can accunti1,it on it will 'lie entirely removed by a few minu nnd the moulbard will be as bright and smooMi n heluro Cth. The Oliver has a thorough cenlrt dral,runp lighter than any other plow, and is undei tl.u direct and complete control of the operator. fith. The wood work being free from nn'itiecs permits eay, rapid and perfect adjustment, cither for tuo or three bones. 7th. The Oliver is economical in repairs, and when your share is renewed you have an entirely new cutting edge, tb. The Oliver patent slipnose share can be furnished when desired; a wonderful saving device. i)th. All parts of the Oliver Chilled Flows are fitted over templates at the works, hence are exact first-cla&- s u, Messrs H. C. Bartlett, Westerficld; John H.'Baize, Baizetown, called to tee us Wednesday. Marriage license: W. F. Ren f row to Miss Geneva Wilson, J. M. Mattingly to Miss titiie Schapmire. Mr. G. T. Westerfield and wife, McHcnry, visited Mr. C. P. Westerfield and family Sunday. Mrs. Lou Collins is having her residence, on Mulberry Street, nicely painted. Mr. Marlin Keith is doing the work. ?rt fi &a llAi1tA4 one of the owwt'active preachers in the world, will preach at the Methodist Church 5fY YOOfl duplicates, aud by simply giving the 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 op inferior plow, 11th, For ease of management, adjustability nnd lightness of 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 fn 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 moro of it, with the samo amount of draft, than any other plows in use. 15th. Finally, these plows are better known, have reached a larger Bale, have had a longer run, have proved more popular and given better satisfac-tiothan any other plows on the face of the globe. i SOUS. his Master Jo Harnett Rogers visited graud-paieutMr. and Mrs. J. M. Rogers, of Beaver Dam, Wednesday s, We have everything you require to protect your leet and preserve your health. night. Wes Callahan was arrested Tuesday on a charge of belling whisky and placed in jail. He was tried yesterday and acquitted. &rLook out for imitation plow points and other extras. The genuine points and other repairs are made only bv Ihe OLIVER CHILLED PLOW WORKS, South Bend, Ind U. 8. A. All others are spurioup. Remember that the Oliver Chilled Plows are the beat in the world, and be sure you get only the genuine points and other thus avoidihg'tho dissatisfaction that is sure to follow the uae of the spurious extras. Every GENUINE.. OLIVER CHILLED PLOW ik made at our factory and has stenciled on the wood work the inscription "Manufactured by the Oliver Chilled Plow Works, South Bend, Ind., (J. 8. A." tonight FAIR BRQS. (ft CO, 7 On Monday night after the first Miss Virgie Smith, Owensboro.who has been sick for several weeks, is Sunday in May a protracted meeting roach improved, and will soon be able will be begun at the Methodist Church in Fordsville. to be out again. fa For Sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bra, Hartford, Kentucky. l HARTFOKD TEMPLE OF FASHION. Prof. J. L. Elmore Westerfield, who has been afflicted with a disease of the eyes, is in Owensboro under medical treatment. .! Ml I. r SHOES For the Shoeless! y Bc:t footwear R Everybody ff. B. Stevens was on the sick yesterday. list There has been no new suits filed since last issue. The latest thing iii Straw Carson & Co. Hats at in- Miss Mattie Chinn, of Bed, was town yesterday. Those NICE fresn TOMATOES at Tracy & Son's. See our Clothing before at Carson & Co. are-foun- .SPECIAL PRICES -- buying-elsewher-e 'V On last Saturday at Cromwell Rev. J, P. Taylor, of Mining City, pastor H. C. Pace will treat you right and ofGrecn River Baptist Church, Fkiday, Amit 27, 1894. ifjou want a clean, easy shave calL the ordinance of baptism on him. to sane candidates. Trade with Cnrion & Co. Hall's grocery is the place to get Before making your purchases call See Carson & Co. for Fertilizer, the very freshest goods at the very i oa Taylor & Co., at Beaver Dam, and lowest prices. Visit Tracy. & Son lor Groceries. look tkteugh their mammoth stock ot LARGE Bananas at Tracy & Son's. Joe Taylor, colored, of Hayti died Buggies. Wagons, Farming Imple-me- n Saturday and was buried at the Hay-- ti t and building material. . Fresh CABBAGE at Tracy & Son's. Cemetery Sunday.. Messrs. G. W. and S. W. Mothers-heaAsk to see the Straw Hats at Carson We received yesterday mother of Select, have sold their dnig & Co. large lot of furniture. store to Mr. E. S. Keown, who will F nail has good flour at $2.50 per Carson &: Co. continue the business. Mr. J. N. barrel. Attorney W. T. Hayward is in Keown will clerk in the store. Tobacco, cigar, &c, in abundance Elabethtown, visiting his lather. Taylor & Co., Beaver Dam, are the ut Hall's. Senator W. B. Hayward. largest dealers in Farming ImpleGo to Hall's for molasses, 35 cents ments, Buggies, Wagons, Carta, and Mrs. Margaret Tillford, of Rock per gallon. building material in the county. pojjt, died on the 17th inst, ami was Hence they are able to give their Call onffacyfiTSon" loir FRESH buried at Ceralvo Wednesday. customers the lowest prices. Tomatoes. Mrs. Rebecca V aught is improving-th- e Bananas, Oranges and Lemons at Cjrit Taylor was arrested for disturb-looks of her house by having it relfgious worship and was tried Tracy & Son. painted. Mr. J. E. Bean Is doing float Tuesday and held to answer at Only two marriage license issued the work. fcetiext term of the Circuit Court. since last week. Mr. W. H. Foreman, of Sulphur H&ebond was fixed at $100, which be Ste ens & Hardwick keep anything Springs, is Happy its a pension, and you wunt in the grocery or meat line. under the present Democratic admin- -' Remember, if you bring your pro- istratlon, too. Attorney B.D. Ringo has rented idtacetomsyou can get Dry Goods, and moved into the Mrs. Mosely Qn last Saturday W. H. Thomas, of Groceries, .Clothing, Hats, Furniture, Taylor Mines, was triefl on u change 6hocs brail kinds, and in fact every property on Union Street. of forcibfy detaining colored worn . thing kept in a first class general Fresh bananas, oranges and lemons, He. was acquitted. carson & jo. store. just in, at Stevens & Hardwick's, cor e. Hartford is putting on a better ap ner'opposite the Died, at his home, two miles east of ( pcjfncc, by several houses being' town, Xr. Henry Wright on Monday wants all his pafisM, Now if we could W. G. Hardwick have bet nightthe 23d. He was buried on friends to call on him on the corner side walks, we would be on tkje 1 Tuesday at the Smith graveyard by e and get anyfM4 to prosperity. opposite the the inbnhers of the G. A. R , of which I On May 16 Mr. W. H. tiosklaaon lie was ,a devoted member. A good Edwin, the infant son of Mr. and m begin the publication of a ,ew van bas gone to his reward, Mrs. McDowell Fair, is very low of a f piper tt Fonlsville. It will be called iMr. W. G. Hardwick has purchascomplication of diseases. At last ac- - r the Fordsville Star and it is to be ed s half interest in the grocery store counts the little fellow was resting J Hoa - politlcal. sjffL. Stevens. He will assume e..sy. f the store while lr Stevens Last Friday the pet bear belonging attend principally to the butcher Mr, Wallace Rosson, of Shreve, was to the Alhambra Renovating Coja These are energetic, popular in town the first of the week. He PSHV got loose in the Fait Oroand en and they merit much sue has been a successful teacher, but has laadSam Cox, Jr. and some, others not taught for several years, but ssys were assisting In getting him. hack he is going to brighten up, pass the into the cage when the Real aritli characteristic of Hood's tersbtcatae examination and teach again nextfall, mad and gave Stat" a and is manifested every chsssp By a He will be welcome ke rinks hsrdstmftUh4wrtvnui dav ia tfce seaurkable cures the med- again. !' id sssfliiHahsa. wia M d, g Post-officPost-offic- In Shoes for this week. Call and see our elegant line of Shoes and Oxford Mr. C. F. Schapmire is confined to Ties, of all kinds and colors and at his room on account of sickness. prices that will astonish you. You will find the latent style of Millinery goods at Carson & Co's. His Jennie Minor, of Louisville, is visiting the family of Dr. Alexander. SOHAPMIRE The Shooist. The Caneyville Flouring mill, ownPeople in I he country wishing picted by G. T. Brack & Co. was destroyed by fire early Thursday morning. ures would do well to call on Kennedy, the Photographer. He will Loss between $5,000 and $8,000. give satisfaction if not no money Vfr. M. W, Hocker, formerly of this v will be required. county, but now one pf Daviess counDont talk about hard times when ty's most prosperous fanners and stock you can get a lull feed at Casebier & raisers, .was in town this week. In the absence of Dr. S. X. Hall, Burton's stable at the sime old price, Presiding Elder, Rev. E. E. Pate will and thev will give you the same old preside at the Quarterly Conference price for your hay and corn. and at Marvin's Chapel Misses Bee, Pertha and Ada Brown Sunday. and Miss Georgia Hudson, of the ColRev. R. A. Crowe, who has made lege, will visit Iriends in Kinderhook his home here for the past three Saturday and attend the exhibition Saturday years, left last week for Louisville, at Alexander School-hous- e where he has accepted a position in night. .... . .. '" a grocery store. Williams & Bell are having their W. N. Stevens, of the Kinderhook drug store on Market Street papered neighborhood, killed a mountain and painted nnd are otherwise improveagle last Monday on his farm that ing the looks of everything about Ihe measured seven feet from tip to tip store. Mr, G. C. Westeriield is doing the work. of its wings. Messrs. Steve Ellis and Virge Stevens, of Brown's Valley, Daviess county, will visit their old homes on Kinderhook to.morrow and attend the closing exercises of Miss Ida M. Smith's school night. A big protracted meeting has been in progress at Fordsville in charge of the Christian Church for the past two weeks, and will continue until the first Snnday in May. The meeting has been full of interest and has been crowned so far with good success. To Open Noon. Mr. Webster Cate, of Henderson, who purchased the Sulphur Springs watering place, ot Mrs, D. M. Morton, some time ago, a notice of which appeared in these columns, came up last Friday with his son, Mr. Ernest Cate, to begin various improvements about the Hotel and grounds. The former of the two gentlemen returned on Monday and next week he expects to move his family up. Young Mr, Cate is engaged in the work of improvement. The Hotel has been newly furnished and will soon be ready to open. Dr. and Mrs. Jno. B. Foster, who have been in Hartford for the past ten months, left Wednesday for Rochester, where they will reside for the present. The Best Dressing AYER'S ter sVv"j HAIR VIGOR Prevents the halrfrom becoming tblu, faded. (troy, or wiry, and t I 'faaaaVwSallaaavaSSv life. preiervei Its urlaiice, Sua color the It cures itching huaon. aud scalp cool, moist, and beakay. Sol by DrufftUti aad period oz koepa a aHathttv0itt jclsaul Ayer's Hair Vigor Pert amir. at young man, on a thousand similar occasions, but it has never but the once produced the above delightful May 1 cakry you, etc? There results. seems to be no end to the different Now, I propose to come to the subways of doing the very same thing. ject without further unnecessary deThere are no two people in the world lay, and the first thing to say is that exactly alike, and it is equally true Hartford has a young man in it a that scarcely any two of the world's young mau of some nineteen suminhabitants do any one thing exactly mers, and that young man has a girl. the same way. The friendly salutaShe is a beautiful girl, a jovial, tion of the English speaking people is lovable girl, and as spry and a pleasant 'Good morning, Mor"Good as lively as a kitten, and this particevening or ''How ddyou do?" acular young man, who is by no means companied by a handshake, while the her particular fellow, has a way of Arabian dashes up on his steed and asking for the position of escort that fires a pistol over the head of the the first time or two almost caused friend he meets, which violent action her to almost blush herself to death. is understood to mean welcome. The The first time he asked the question Russians or somebody else kiss when was at school, and he leaned awkthey meet. Even here In America wardly forward and looked silly and the methods of are then said: "May I carry you home s about as numerous as the from school?" She blushed and her themselves. One person will exeyes sparkled and looked steel spikes, tend his hand slowly and reluctantly and he stammered: "I I don't mean as though he had rather not touch that, I want to walk home with you." you and his hand is apparently as The explanation wasaccepted. Things void of life aud feeling or motion as a ran on smoothly for a while but finalclod. If there is any shaking done ly one day the lather of the girl hapyou have to do it. Then there's the pened to find a note on the floor one fellow who grabs your hand with a J Sunday evening, the point of which nervous, uneasy movement and -, was as follows: "Miss may thrusts jour own hand back to you I have pleasure of carrying you to the as though he feaied you would and signed by the church search for his pocket-booAgain young man. The old gentleman read there's the man who squeezes your the note again and then adjusted his hand like a vice, while you writhe in spectacles and read it over word by mental agony and pain, and then word, and as he did so he began to there's the one who gently yet firmly grow red about the gills and by the takes your hand, gives :t a good time he had finished he was in a perhearty shake, and lets it go as gently fect rage. He shouldered his double-barras he took hold. lles the handshakshotgun and said he was going er but he's not very numerous. But to put an end to the impudent scounthis isn't what I wish to say. There drel who indited that note. Just at are, as you all know, various ways of this interesting moment the young getting into a girl's company and lady in question came in and the old these different ways called forth this gentleman told her whac he had found disquisition on the different methods and what he proposed to do. She at of doing things. A very common once proceeded to explain matters, way is for the bashful youn& fellow and by the aid of her mother and oldto swallow down his heart a little bit er sister succeeded in quieting the and sidle up to his girl and say, "I Thaw young old gentleman. man want to go home with you," or "May does not know until this good day I go home with yon?" or "May I how near he came being sent on a rome over Saturday night?" or "May visit to the realms of the silent maI go with you to church next Sun jority because he asked "to carry" a day?" or "May I escort you to church young lady to church. If he reads or "May I have the pleasthis, however, may be he'll reconure of seeing you home This struct his verbage. latter is not, however a very fortunate question, for once, as you will The AdtlpblMwa, remember a young fellow who put The Adelphians entertained at Colthe question in that form was very lege Hall last Friday night. A politely informed that he could, and march was rendered on the piano, was further informed by the young after which the following programme lady that he might go on and climb was presented: Invocation J. R. up into the cowshed where he would McAfee. Opening Address Pres't have n good view, and that she and T. J. Morton. Instrumental Solo her other beau would be along pres- J, P. Smith. Original Poem Lee B. ently. Young Mills. Debate Subject: "Resolved, But to the subject. men sometimes grow eloquent and That the Spartans Exerted more In classical, etc., and send a card, which, fiuence over the Ancients than did by the way, Is all a dodge on the part the Athenians," Affirmative H.Pru-deof the young man. There Is on rec R. C. Jarnagin; Negative J. II. ord a case whereof it is said that a Wood, J, Ham Barnes. After a deyoung man addressed a young lady bate of thirty minutes with strong arin this bombastic language: "Miss gument on both sides, the judges detake our cided in favor of the Negative. Quar, as we homeward way, may I have the exquisite pleas- tette J. R. McAfee,, A. S. Bennett, f. ure of rolling the enchanting wheel C. Miller, C. E. Ruby. Essay A, of nocturnal conversation around the P. Taylor, Biography J. R. McAaxletree of your bewitching under- fee, Recitation J. L. Brown, Quarstanding?" It is said the young lady tette D. H. Howerton, M, HKeele, swooned and forthwith proceeded to J. C. Miller, J, C. Barnard. Address Negro Sermon by Wm. Foster. fall iuto the hero's arms But let me not make wrong impressions on any Rev. Z. M. Jonatbelenurechokin. young minds by thus referring to this News J. C. Barnard, Silas Griffin. incident and ancient history, This Chorus by the Society. Ic was a desame sentence has been tried since, cided success in every respect. good-natured, hand-shankin- g hand-shakerel n, SEASON OF 1894. STANDARD REOISTCRRD. J SAM "R0WELL," NO. 5006. This fine and grandly bred young Stallion will make the present season of 1894 on Monday and Tuesday at our farm in the Little Bend, four miles southeast of Prentis; Wednesdays and Thursdays at our stable at Beaver Dam; Fridays and Saturdays at A. C. Ellis', 3 miles north of Hartford, and will be permitted to serve mares at $12.00 to insure. Money due when the fact is ascertained or mare transferred. Mares will be grazed at 50 cents pe week or fed at the cost of grain. Care will be taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. Premium of $18, will be given to the best general utility colt. $12 to first and $6 to second. Sam Sowders & Sons, Beaver Dam. 7 i. vet Pedigree. "Sam Rowell," by Model Record 2:30; he by Lexington Chief, Jr., 2103, by Lexington Chief, 589. First dam Maude T., by Blue Bull, Jr., 2878. Second dam by Sell's Model Record 2:30 Black Hawk. (sire of Granville K. 2:29) by Lexington Chief, Jr., 2103 (sire of Waiting, 2:24) Daisy R., 2:25, Lexington Belle, 2:28, by Lexington Chief 586, sire E. W. Twichel, 2:30; Blue Bull, Jr., by Wilson's Blue Bull, 75, sire of Joe B 2:19, Royal Bounce, 2:19, and sixty others in the 2:30 list. Description. "Sam Rowell" is SH hands high, foaled iniS8;,sound in every way, very handsome bay with little white on hind coronets, and is a good looker. He is double gaited, and can pace or trot close to 2:40, He is quietly disposed, a splendid breeder, and transmits his good qualities and style to his progeny. On Friday night May the 4th, El-dF. C, Johnson And others of the Later Day Saints, will present to the people of Hartford, for their consideration, the Gospel of Jesus Christ, as they understand it, at the Court House in Hartford. Services to begin at 7:30 p. m. er .1 M J t:M 4 Duappointmmi is felt at tho premature decline of American women. Habits of life have much to do with prevailing conditions. Their correction will improve coming gene rations, and corrective medicines have fast as much to do with tho present Dr. Fenner'a Kidney and Backache Cure la a pdsltlvo specific in all kidney eomplainU, gravel, atone In bladder, female weakness and irregularities, moth oa face, etc, improves appetite and digestion, corrects and restores to Storms! motion all organs of the body and purifies the blood. Also eurea headache, backache, dropsy, rhemna-tlsskin diseases, drowsiness, sleep lessaess, dullmess, and brings freshaess tad bloom to the cheek, elasticity to Ihe step mad cheerfulness and contentment to the mlad. If saUsfaeUea ao firea money refaaded Costs aotaiag m ? r M & to try It tfatofcMMatettkto-fejrT- T J ' W 'VWHHfl "$f " " p T - , , ll TW ISSf1 'JJf wuwwiihawr,f tiWBJB3Wtg?IWiiiyJB(BftjBSSj" r. ;, nmhuiin itmi wn 'tlltWWtWIMiWMWWP Hartford Republican Kuidav, Avmu a7, 1S94. 'I.ndmlt that, too." "Sho is cross to the children," "She Is." "Shohm'tncutuboutthokilehcn." llily which has been practiced boldly by her pniaiuour. t ! . ' around." ' e. may be inherited, or acquired durinp- - life. CROSS OF IVAN THE GREAT. "Then," roared Mr. Ullfkiiw, V . Blood should be rich to insure health. "why in blazes do you want to keep members. Fai'uro of Napoleon to Carry tho EmX) 4 her?" blem of Faith to France. We trust that this .shameful humilrtS Mrs. Blifklns thought of this weary iation of one of the Nation's leaders On the summit of the principal &3 Moscow hours bhc had upent in hunting for will help in establishing a law in the dome of the Kremlin at liiL. It 111. ,.iviitln tHit t rt ou art pmeeuiuriu i.t uujm Kun mm trUAII i4ioiuion'. ' 8lamiS U LMgaUUCCrOSfi, ..T.. ni pninmu,. In lIa Stile nl by Ivan tho Grout, the potentate "Because," sho said, with n view of ",slr";1 nml Uus aMft' temporizing until she could think of Oil, with hypophosphitcs of lime of Cod-live- r JW who first adopted tho title of tsar " only Mntes withoutanysemhlance mirl tlm (lnii!i1n.1iPnrlPl rrudo as his a reasonable excuse ."because, beI Vf.Y h K.rAinuAhf and soda, cures all Blood Diseases, including if " law mr uie protection 01 mc uinr- crest, says tho Pall Mall Gazette. cause Cl.iMJJ?' .simple-mindeMr. Hlifkins riage relation, eceptu divoice. Scrofula and Anaemia. It makes the blood "Because what?" and moujiks believo The ivfyat clainis for Hi this colossal emblem of their faith bhoutvd bo loud tho neighbors could j The Seventh Commandment should rich and nourishing. Physicians the world to be of gold, but, as a matter of hear him. "Because nothing. Firo l,c acknowledged by law in every Ac! vniiR firnrprfnrrt. over, endorse it. --. . My -Qfnfi nml 1i ia1 tttiMt tf Hi. fact, the material is iron, with a ' IICl OUT l cittm Mrs. Hlifkins drummed her finders should bo punishable by imprisoncoating of the precious xevy thin end iiisisT op liavinsf it. Persons troubled with tkin eruptions and all who are thin or metal. Napoleon, when ho took j on tho table and thought as hard as ment. emaciated should take SCOTT'S EMULSION. Cures Coughs, Colds, Mooow In 1812. resolved to carry . sho could for an excuse. Mr. Bllf- THE and Weak Lungs. SOAP MADE adultery is not a crln.e in oil Ivan's cross and set it up on the ' kins raged around the room like n Prepared by Scott A Bowne, N. Y. DrufsUt aell It ? the District of Columbia and this FOR ; L HOUSEHOLD cupola of the fuvalldes; unci lio dl- bear with a sore paw. "Dccmisu reetcd Marshal Morlier, due do what, ho shouted. "iSow, madam. crime has but a normal penalty iu a MADE ONLY BY Trcvlso, to effect the removal. This I want you to give an excuse, and number of the States, tunnxvmvrtr'- - irmwar :iMniM The talk of mother love and purity was by no means an easy task, Tor that mighty quick, or I will go out and the chastity of woman has been the size and weight were enormous and discharge her myself." " Mrs. IJHfkins was at her wits and the height at which it waa worn threadbare by illegitimate fathiM end. She twisted about nervously placed added to tho difficulty. ers, both married and unmarried, who At last one of the Russian con- in her ehalr. Finally a thought might bcrvc the race Letter could they T!i Tint Shori victs, whom Count Rostopehin had struck her. "I don't want to dis- emigrate and become for the Least Mot.cy, attendants iti evacuating tho city, charge her," she said, and there waa let loose before Turkish harems. volunteered his aid. Bis services a ring of triumph in her voice, v-i-i It is high lime for the church to wero accepted and proved extremely "Because what?" broke in her hus- awaken to the fatherhood of the naefficacious; nor did they go unret?B of 6ENTLEMDL tion, when our masculine teachers iu warded. However, treason In this band. "Hurry out with it." tsar ... I 1 "Because she carries out tho gar- the church and out of it declare that 1XS tllO did not prosper. On tho very case 1'GgllI'd tO tllO SJiV ffl $5, S4 and $3.50 Dress vp night that his labors were brought bage so beautifully." man stands for truth, honesty and j S3. CO Police Shoe, 3 Soles. st, '4 c. Bo you wonder that Mr. Blifkins general integrity, and to a successful issue the wretched that woman g'Oods' CilUlpilll V! i. $2.60, 82 for Worklngmen. was didn't get homo until 4:30 o'clock the should be the embodiment of purity, ' man got helplessly drunk and . gains next tnornlujr? robbed of his 2 and 31.76 for Boys. chastity and modesty. Well, what of by a hand of marauders. A few days LADIES AND MISSES, it if she should? Is man to be exExcelsior Olmrsis cku ! Napoleon 12), " later (October FA cused from obligation to chastity, nml Something In This Name. irmrphod nut nf tho rnhm of t1n r:m $3, 82.00 82, $1.76 ; .V'.co't fTTH CINr.T TTI C . P i! 7 CAUTION.-- U is motherhood and young womanhood ital, carrying with him, among Tho mania for giving a largo numofTtri you T. L. nrd1ff Douflu uo other booty, tho famous cross. Early ber of ChrMiau names to one and to lie, steal? and he generally igood ' i m rslued prli. This or ftftjt h has llim wllh- s wj e.K ta rtU.' in November snow began to fall, ' for nothing, because she represents V ' out in nitmo giaropm the same person is particularly prev- on m oniiaiDi pat Dint and soon the grande armee was re- j alent iu Italy. Shoe chastity and modesty? What would V -- - V - , . V b uown Barriia j iSZXf duced to a mere herd of stragglers, become of the home and family? Is tI An Italian gentleman naim.it.Catn Sva miserably fighting its way across pagna, who has just been naturaliwA!i not chastity equal obligatory in manone white plain after another and zed a Frenchman, has given some ! hood and fatherhood, if truth and fsaasL leaving behind it blight elevations to little trouble to the French foreign honesty is binding on womanhood? VY. L. nOhfiLAft Shoe r.re tIUh. cny fitting, and give better mark the spots where tho whole oftice clerks in registering his full eatlr.ict!on at t!ic prlrej ac witNcil than any other male. 'lry one pair ana be con A brook of pure spring water meet regiment had been ingulfed. Incctl. Tho Uwlrti?4of )V. I. l)ou'lai tmne ami rice on the Itottom. which designation. ing and affiliating with a creek of pa t rnws thotfKiml of Presently the very guns were mnrantces nnntiallv to thokc Vfho wear them. Hero it is: Vlnccndo Salvatoro D.uIcig w'io pnIi t'ia .ilc of u. I.. J)ohi,'t tuc i;nln which hclpi to abandoned in order that their cart. unction does not create a lake or Francesco-Sule- s Gen naro Maria on inrir it.'i I" "3V tl e r riages might bo used for fuel. oii rntiMoiiH.m-- r ),v ImmIi.c- - i. j ..hp footwt-it- r Francesco-d'Assis- l r wj of ,n ,!rUr KdvoS Francesco do Pa- - pond of pure, living water. ..i i...J When the convoy In charge of tho olaRocco Michcle Crocifisso Emid- A husband who is truthfulandhon F. KENFHOW. Sulphur SpringR, Ky. plunder had reached a point between dio Pasquale Giovan Giuseppe Gel- - cs money matters, hut who has no Mojalsk and Smolensk despair made trude Carlo r Alfonso Ciro appreciation of, or desire for chastity Oactana cszzHa. tho men reckless. They threw into Andrea Luigi Gioran Geraldo An- - in manhood and fatherhood, is no J. C. 8?r0OKH, Pres. and Gctfl Jlay. CinGlncaH, Ohio, U. S. H tho lake coffers filled with diamonds, Antonio-Abatt- e toniodl-Par- a Cam more fit to become the father of a hu t pearls and precious stones, vessels of pagna. London Daily News. man being, with a pure, chaste womr gold and silver, historic treasures of an for a wife, than the stream from OKRCK OP SITPKUIXTKXDKS'I untold value, retaining only the wood -- TO SKI; TIIK- OK PUHUO INSTiirCTIOX. a New York sewer is fit to flow into of the cases and carts wherewith to Only 1111 Kxtrncf From n Loftcr. Fr.uikfurt, Ivy., dun. 17, 1MU CHUKCSI UNION bodwarm their wretched worn-ou- t the Croton aqueduct, and then look ies for the last time. Among the letters approving the ior New York citizens to thrive phys- Excelsior School Desk Co., Lhtcimiati, 0 Tho cross of Ivan went with all resolution denunciatory of Col, 's GENTLKMKN: ically upon such water. Having examined with some euro the Maps, Chart?, tho rest and for some months lay conduct, passed at the last The wife and mother must be as Globes nud .Blackboard Material which jou propose to oiler to the tciwiik ot concealed beneath the muddy waters. woman's devotional and business truthful and honest as the husband this State under the law requiring Mich illustrative Then the peasants of the neighbor- meeting apparatus, I can recomof the National Christian and father, according to the gospel of hood, knowing its fate, fished it up mend them as being of good material, good workmanship, and suimhle- lor League for the Promotion of Social Christ. again and carried it back again in the use of our teachers. Your plan to sell them in combination, and situ?, triumph to tho holy city, where it Purity, we make the following quoPhysiological law substantiates that Irom a letter by a man, to produce the best offspring as you assure me, very materially ruluce the price of the whole, i to bo was speedily restored to its former tation elevated position, testifying by its gentleman of Lyuchburgh, Virginia. iuorally,physically, and to develop the commended, and especially mi as younnufit is nMu t() cover substantially reappearance to tho inviolability of He writes from his law oillce thus: best qualities iu the relation of hits our whole tehoo! course as laid d..wi iu &c.2i of the School Law. The the RuMan empire and the futility 'I heartily appreciate the course band and father, he must lead as pure of French ambition. four classes you have ananged, trom which your League has taken. I think one and chaste a life as may choose, at specific the wife and of the worst things that has been in Ihill-- ruugiug irom o 10 co.Mor a complete ouilit, 13 a gitnt point iti mother. An Invention with Possibilities. the evidence is "that Urcckenridge, your favor. One of the most notable of the knowing who and what Miss Pollard A NEW SMOKE CONSUMER. present century's small inventions was, should have introduced her into A Ccntrtvrnce Which Ca ses Abso is an air pump for cleaning purposes. the family of Mrs. Blackburn." Into Consumpt on of Kuc!. A hose pipe charged with air under Now, we believe this denunciation NuNanees, to be endured, must fifty pounds pressure to tho quaro of Col. Brcckeuridges course in inis a have an excuse for being. Lacking Inch is turned upon the article or troducing Miss Pollard to his society this, it only remains to find tho easiroom to be cleaned. It Is used in preC. cisely the same way as the Iriends, of which he himself was a est way to get rid of them. Smoke of water and ho-- e or washing pur- member was made in all good faith consumer-- have for a long time been urgently demanded, but, up to date, poses. It i far more oJToctivc in its by the lawyer from Lynchburg. It is the sentiment of social life in they have been either too unwieldy, results than brooms, boaters or brushes, as it searches out and penwhich this writer has been associated expensive or inefllcient for practical He will ve you MONEY by Haying from HIM. Will purposes. A new process, however, etrates every crevice and fold of that leads him to this conclusion. "ell you a Hujjiry, HameLap Duster.Hnd material and every crack and cleft Whin Irom G0 00 In our minds there seems nothing promises the most complete success. in woodwork. This device is at more pitiable than the expression of It has been put to many test and uptoin.OO. The DuvUCarriajio Company has the reputa- has proven so satisfactory that a present applied to cleauing cars, S but mj perfect is its work that it is an honest conviction from a good number of steamship companies and tionof building ibe best Bugy Cor llio money of any Factory only a question of time when It will man of such a sentiment as the above. some large manufacturing concerns iij'CinciniuUi. e How is it possible that Mr. have adopted it. The plan U to pulcome Into use for other purposes. should be censured as comverize the coal and throw it in a fine .. ot....i.....i Ilotelh and large buildings might bo Lhn crrn.it. rtrriftloil TtTulnnc Tiiltiitir. linn.T.-....Hicolleges, iritiy u.voa nwpnrt to iUhluoss umlMiriu.. Cnxanim free. jet into a receptacle iu direct range swept and diMed in an incredibly mitting one of the worstacts in intro, rn-ri,j , jr. j.,ii( r"oy. Mva oiiuui-u.Auurrsi Mponcorinn C;oll(?Krt at short space of lime. Carefully man- ducing the counterpart of himself, of flume from a furnace or other Louisville, Ky.. Owensboro, Ky., or Eyansvllle, Ind, aged, this air pressure would rid Miss Poliaul, to his personal friend, blaze. It Instantly ignites and m; PgMtflWMIIMWUIM-i-xrtnsrcw burns with a fierce heat. By au inthe room of every particle of dust. Mrs. Blackburn -oris geniously contrived process oxygen clean furniture, carpets and the However wicked, intriguing, silly, is introduced and the strongly" agiheavier articles of and jusian hiicn win rw U(ck . rr' racr p-- n. ornaments. It would do the work weak and even licentious Miss Pollard tated current of air pivvout any 00,000 COPIKS OOLO IN LEL8 TKAN )fy&Z of a dozen people. It is now iu or- was, she did not stand forth before dust falling, but keeps It suspended', THRBE MONTHS. 5Cf i.l-v..- .n iiatiuus, liMIIUIWUlC UlIlUIIll, der for some hom missionary to in- the world in the livery of the church, where it is soon consumed. There WW tAiJlIIj-biv i U fc& liverjbody w&nti It. SSK. vent some simple device that will crucifyingthe Lord Jesus Christ afresh are no smoke, ashes or other residue, YOU CW MAKE MORE WONLY scl'irg AND work in air pump and current for at the celebration of every return of but complete and absolute consmnp- than In Ai.y flliP,- Wty. v nzw4& s far iw appearance goes household use. Its introduction the Lonl's Sunner In the nresence ofltIon I i I I I AGENTS WANTED. Prift what ftrfts would revolutionize housekeeping the whole church. Her nncestrv. in Thus thoro is neither waslc of fuel savi K uhtorilcri on xnr wa home about 3 squares.' "It rccs and solve the heretofore hopeless the estimation of the church and the ' ??r an-- ?f th.u l"vy im.l cIImikpoou like Jiot mkes Took seventeen orders this morning" "TWm-onnames taken problem of clean rooms and well-kebio work of handling aslie and Tiet:ck nllt Iti:lf CTtrresi v:ttt It. Tries, H W fJ world, was not equal to that of cleaning up. w V ' 1 by mall cr through agents. Cloth, rU, Halt V !L This latter point alrno ", IM IIRridi furniture covers and carpets. It )wm i mJ' ;V'--. '" WJF1 ' T T TV t vj iu5sia.i iv. Handsome prospectus and outfit iy I A'3i rP would bo economical, as it would of Col. Hreckenridge. She was not would give the invention a riht of iomkciiii nan a mimon copies sure to be Sm f Kf sold. Wilt sell all this year. God live chosen by the church ot Christ to trial, to say nothing of the utilizarender less service necessary, and agents eirn ,rU to tVti per week. Write at MAIlUKCtf. Bamwtk VcrU th fruit of Vtrvgwu ence for terms to agents. would save a large portion of the represent it as one of its members tion of fuel in nil of its juris, u THE N Q. HAMILTON PUBLI8HINQ CO., SOS AROADH, OLEVELAND. O, wear and tear of furnishing textiles. btriveng to lead a pure and spotless greatly increased degree of buit and In houses where thcro is hydrant life, holding up the Master daily, to the less coit attending the 2UM:hig ' of the plant. Tho invention is for water it would not bo at all dlllieult draw all men to him. $I-2S- " WHEN yOU GO TO OWENSBORO large works and is not yet available to attach an apparatus She was not chosen as a leader to CALL ON to the kitchen or bathroom faucet for dwellings or small" shops. It Four weeks hvouris methodtoof teachng equal Twelve and thus furnish power for every represent the State in the United needs moro space and jiowor than ing Positions iloor. Some years ago, it was said Stales Congress, to help make better can be had in confined quarters. In Weeks hy the tdd style. ; that there would nover be an Inven- laws for the government of the Na- timo this can, no doubt, bo arranged Guaranteed, underccrtain couditiutis Best patronised Btisiucsd College iu tion that could sweep and dust, but tion. She did not have the education for. N. Y. Ledger. tho South. 500 students in attend For the finest and Most Artialic Work, j at tho present rate of things this in early life, nor was she born in a Eleven Teach- tmy tue orttyle. Frederica Sin Hwctn mice tho past year. HIS FIRST ATTEMPT. problem is practically solved by this cultured, religious home, and brought er?. Nnshvillo i.s thocducntional ccn : Hartford, Kentucky , simple anc easily used device, Is Grr&J up at a family alter by an affectionate Experiences of a Poslrnan Durlpg ter of the South. Cheap Board, No :W and 4th. tl Y. Ledger. His First Day's Work. loving father and faithful mother to vacation. Enter any time. Homo -, , r- -i .... .,.. ., ; ; j-A route Is lven to you and just Study, Wo have recently prepared the age of mature womanhood. She Tho Word "Mother." IIctouiv fifteen varieties of tho had not the advantage of being train- about this timo it begins to dawu hooks on Bookkeeping, Shorthand word mother, all hairing u distinct ed to responsible motherhood, and upon you that perhaps you could not and Penmanship especially adnnln cover tlio route in half Uio timo tho hie to home study. Nothing liko rcsonibluuec; Anlo-Snxomodor; did not represent the mothers in tin m ever issued heloro. Sent on (0 IVi'blnii, rnadr; Sanserlt, inatr; Isereal, nor those of the nation, with regular man did, and before jcu days' trial. Our free illustrated Kot half it block away you wot r.ifxt On ek, nioler; Italian, rnadrc; ail the prestige and influence of the catalogue will explain all. Semi up because you cnuhhrt vrovU your French, inoro: Swedish, moder; Dan-if-.l- i. best families of her State.. Draughon's Practical papers in with your lettetn, 1o bixy ior it now. ttmfianic; Dutch, moedcr; i, Col. Hreckcn ridge must now reap nothing of several small packages in Business College and School of Shortmutter; Rusniuii, mater; your bag. You found yoursolf olius- hand and Telcgraphy.Nafihville.Tenn what he has sown the just retribuCeltie, matliair; Hebrew, em; Arabic, N, B. Wo pay $o cash for all vation of his sins. He has brought lug up and down the street and tn urn. church, order to mako up tho timo you were cancies as book, keepers, Rtenogrn disgrace and reproach on the pliers, teachers, etc., reported to us THE DLIFKINS FAMILY. on the nation and on the American loMug you begun to plungo and the provided we fill the same. moro you plunged tho moro you got Trouble in That Rather Eccentric home. No man in past history lias mixed up and tho hotter you got, more justly deserved to suffer a a and once, when you stood Household. still lookscapegoat in the rank and file of ing for a number, a little boy risktd There was trouble in the Hlifkins household, buys the nullah Express. fathers ami husbands of the Col. you whom you wero looking for. Mr. filifliinsdid not like tho hired Ureckenri Igesort, who may be found Dreadful, wasn't It? Park Ohffcity Pills will reduco your tflrl mid lie demanded that sho bo in the church, but who flout ish outAnd when you got back an hour weiKht PERMANENTLY ftom 12 discharged. Mrs. Hlifklu said she side of it. or so behind tho regular man's time t'i 15 pounds a month. NO Starving sicklier or injury; NQ Publicity. would not dlselmro her and tho Col. Hreckenridge has probably you wero sure it was the heaviest They build up the health nml beauti battle wa;sred fiercely. route in tho ofllco and you felt like never served his day and generation "Sho's iioood'sahlMr. Hlifkins, fainting when you wero told that It fy tho complexion leaving noWiUNK eoinpaud with that service which he was tho easiest. And "bho can t cook. owing to your LES m tlubbiiicBs. STOUT ABDO rendering. His sin has inability to I know it," acknowledged Mrs. is now make time you had to MENS and difficult breathing purely now found him out through his own doublo up with your partner, so that relieved. NO EXPERIMENT but niifhins. "Nor bread is sopry and her bis- admission and lie cannot cover it you worked nil daylong, from before a scientific and positive relief, adopted ; ( All cuits are like stones." with Ills talent, lus political fame, or sunrise until long after sunset. You only alter years ot expiuieuce. orders supplied direct Irom our of' acknowledged Airs. h.s ancestral lineage, nor by anything got no lunch except a few mouth-ful- s "I know Ve are manufacturef'.'of Bungica, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal directly with lice. Prico 82.00 per package or niifklns. you grabbed in passing from a else. tlireo nnckaues lor 85 00 by mail he consumer, thu3 saving him'the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices e "You udmit that bho irons excounter, and when you iMMipuni, Poor Mfss Pollaid is badly hurt and icHtimoniaU and partlcu ecrably." m onable, and we guarantee satistaction; . nespeqnuiiy, though she may deserve nil that she HUfc "" nnrl "uf11a.iiut,wl wnui,. so lara fBealeih - CeillS. ImnrrKV .!!. tn "I do." A ' ""WFU'lenco fitriolly confi can suffer, she ought to be supplied first day at tho business "Sho can't sweep without tearing that vou ' , f up the carpet and sho can't dust with sufficient money to carry on iier would hnvo resigned forthwith, but. ' ;?' reason than to nyol thcro was tho rub. Postal I ARK REMEDY CO., without breaking something every suit, if for no other tituu bho switches her dusting cloth show to the world the shameful per- - Record. Owemboro, Ky. Boston, MaM. "I know it." trust that thiscase will prove a warning against infidelity in the family relation, on the pattofhighofllcials and particularly in the livtsol church We Blood Diseases ''MY GROCER PUT ME ONTO V r SWW THIS J no-jf- j. ! I ,. J Scott's Emulsion S W Tte aAlf jut -.--- , . Dc,ae d r7Tf.:i w Ii' 1 and !e does " ..y. .. ., To-da- BEST PURPOSES. CELSEGB SCHOOL DESK MKTHRB FS K & CO. St.Louis. rr CD. oof" OTMi:rJCZirpra.fl3?i. folloWl.!" t ill "bo-caus- Hon. Ed. Porter Thompson, Superin- tendent nfl'iiblic Instruction of this the State, w W. L DOUGLAS $3 SHOE t jn thos. al Sc-ice- Msliiw Co!:::ir fe 1- isthe BhSij m&m -a Vm f fii :5 ;n"5raM; ifo?l-iif- 1 tlf. ?f,ji C-:- lii'gr-fsjaaagggjftw- Com to Hartford Brcck-euridge- - tru-N-- c-- These Goods are perfectly reliable mid the Company represented by home man. Apply to SPRING OPENING OF c L. Field's ear Ihiggies just from the Davis Carriage Company. Breck-enndg- PC AS R) ft M BB8KESS H v So come and ju(lie for yourself. bric-a-bra- c SAMANTHA at the WORLD'S FAIR, - fife pa fjj t nisw 3 TRIBUNE v I AIMM 0 55--- M lil oneyear inn. vo-3nLC-d--- TV? V t iimuii HO'ufirrflin1 uus.ua. a book-kee)i- C.Theo.Gain, Address. all orders to ,. HAiitFouii rkpubligan; 80-pa- Oer-inui- - FATPEOPLE it' "SToW iwrjlll SCilL . freo-lune- h w" ir rear' I F. A. AMES & CO. ii v - ;1 ;' 'iljA i K