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JOHN BOYLE 1 Receivers. C.0.&S.W.R.R. (The Mississippi Valley Route.) TO LOUISVILLE, EVANSVILLE, CIN. ANDALLPOINS EAST. TO Memphis, Vicksburg, AND ALL POINTS SOUTH. TO New Or St Loois, Cairo, Chicago, AND ALL POINTS NORTH AND WEST. Couuectingat Memphis with through trains to all points iu Arkansas and Texas Rates, Tickets, and all information will be furnished on applieation to your nearest ticket ngenf. T. B. LYNCH, G.P.AMDottkville. Ky. "You will care for my child? You will not let my littlo ones suffer?" My old friend, John Harmon, said . this us ho wrung my hand. I reAnd Then What? The Ex peated my promise that In my home Convict's Hard Expenest, where there "was a nursery full rience Just Be of Jittlc ones, Susio Harmon should gins. hold u daughter's place. Ho had lost his wifo within that l ltnrd WeHl rthe HelpltiKHaNd-- If year and soon after was beggared by l Sin U KmsilMjrmvNt for Ike a tire that totally destroyed the cotMen. Jim M niter How Able ton mills in which ho had held the nnil WllllMffttiey rr. position of superintendent for ten lKNNSXVAMA GRIT. ycarh. The prison door swings open? A So far as corporeal virility is conWith his home desolate, his purse young man steps forth to freedom cerned, the outdoor workers and arempty, ho resolved, as many a man ana to wnat.' tisans not too clos?Iy housed with had done before, to seek his fortune The prison is behind him. the fair their tasks test promise to transmit in California and dig gold in her unwritten luture all belore mm. i wo , to the generations foil owing a sound mines. roads-stretcout before him from hotly, if not ns sound a mind. The So, sure of her cordial welcomo in i which to choose. "Wide is the gate thousands who never breathe fresh our nursery, I had made John the offer of a homo for his little one, and and broad is the way that 1c ideth to air at their stilled indoor employ desttuction, and many there be which meius have to be or beget anything it was accepted. The next morning I returned How accurate the go in thereat," better than themselves. It is a" pitiahome to find Susio almost Inconsoldescription! "Because strait is the ble lot alike for men women and able, crying perpetually for "papa gate and narrow is the way which children Almost its only hope is tocomo to Susie." leadeth unto life, and few there be that the invention iu machinery that In timo this violent grief wore that find it." It is the old issue, but have so greatly usurped the labor away and tho child becamo very in this case how immediate the newhich used to be done by hand, and happy In our care. My business becessity, how tremendous the conseing very prosperous, wo did not feel which must go on, will keep up this the additional expense of tho child's quences, of his choice! process until the no longer needed inSeparation from his kind in the ferior factory and mill hands will be support a burden; and as tho years tree world of choice, silence to brood glad to swarm t the wide acres of woro by she was as dear to us as our own little ones. obiu, strict discipline to enforce the our newer territor', where, with the Dutsho understood always that servance of right habits, a compelling heaven above, aud therich soil of the she was not our child, but had a force to make him toe a given marlc prairie or intervale underfoot, they dear father who loved her fondly, these arc the painful transition may find a place to be haleand hearty and was uway from her only to make chords the state has struck in its enworkers, and toleavetotheiroffspring a fortune for her. John wrote often for ten years,rc-countin- g deavor to wake the slumbering" soul what they themselves have so nobly his varying success, someinto something of harmony with a earned. times sending money to buy preshigher life. Discordant as are the Hut further down, in civilized lands ents for Susie. first results, the underlying good the aud possibilities of reform, are the He was not a rich man, ho wrote, underground crowds who live a meredivine hand has placed in every huafter an absence of ten years, but ly animal existence, who seem to be prospering, when ho proposed payman heart breaks out in response to a right touch here and the re, and gives all the more prolific of offspring the ing us a viblt. Ho wrote hopefully more deeply they borrow in squalor promise of what theiueloty may be of seeing his child, perhaps of takwhen the right key shall have been and vice, sending down their defor- ing her back with him, setting no definite time, but leading us soon to mities and diseases to their progeny, reached. Prison reform Ls reaching who are to little else than sin and cxiect to sco him. out towards the sermon on the mount. Then bis letters ceased-- , and ho misery the utterly and although it cannot yet be said to unrcsolvable lid not come. I wroto again and enigma, thus far, of economist, resist not evil," still its irotivcs are No answer Susio wrote. again. constantly in the direction of drawand even ''Salvationists." camo to cither one or to tho dther. This problem of the slums not at Wo did not know tho name- of his ing lout the Rood, to the piariical exnlf confined to our largecities is the employer, and after nearly two years clusion ot evil. dreariest fact of physical, ethical, more passed wo sadly thought that The state has fed the mind of the and religious progress in human life ho must bo deud. young man with high grade lectures, Timo softened Susie's grief, and and. discounting the better side of the with well selected literature, reckoning by an almost incalculable at eighteen she was one of tho sweetstrcn gthened it by a course ot study-unde- r est and most winning girls I ever competent teaching. reduction. It has saw. . nourished his body with wholesome Albert aud Will, my boys, wero A revivifying of nature's latent lftlinlrIOiitlimliif ftitRnc. food and enforced tegularity otf cleanfj. T. TUCKER, IN CHURCH UNION. forces occurs every spring. At this older than tho girls; Albert in busiliness and hours of sleep. It lias inExperts in such studies arc giving time, better than at any other, the ness with me and Will at college, culcated habits of industry, In cases when my eldest daughter Joanna and us much information upon the phys from the huSusio made their debut. has taught a trade ical conditions aud developments of blood may be cltansed mors which infest it. The best and It would take mo too long to tell livery prop and support that cia be our modern life; some of it to be re- most popular lemedy to use for this of tho pleasures of tho young folk thought ot has leen used to sustain placed by other, and perhaps quite purpose is A er's Compound Extract during this winter, but Joanna was and direct him in a right cov rst:. Sat different conclusions, as greater ex- of Sarsaparilla. wou from us by a Scotch gentleman, has come when the state theitne actness of observation is reached. The and Susio becamo, if possible, dearer must withdraw. The young man span itself of human life isleughthen-in- g OMFFTON. than ever. Aptil 24 Rev. A. . Smith filled must be turned loose upon the world Spring had come, when ono evenfrom the trifle more than thirty-.tre- e his nppointmcnthcreSundayevening. ing Albert camo Into my library, again, be-ayears for a generation which Mr. Kdwiu Cooper and family visitA young man was relcasid from the where I was nodding over a book. this century, aud which has had ed Mrs. He fussed books In a Klia J, Taylor Sunday, prison at Stillwater. He went to St. to allottment term from ages before Miss Perna Chinu made a flying nervous way,about the quite unlike his usual Paul. No father, no mother, no home teckon-in- g the Chirstian era. The Greek quiot manner, and finully said, abtrip to Rock port Monday. had he, lie had resolvitd to do what of that early time was three genruptly: visMiss Mattie l!rown,Rochcstcr,is was right, and in the solitude and erations to one hundred years. It is iting Miss Hester Herald this week. "Father, you have often said loneness of his cell had vowed to Susio Is as dear to you as one of remarkable that appatcntly there was Mr. Harrison Austin Tslidving his leaa a pure and xighteous life when your own children," average duration of life until freedom came. There wOjS no one to no other nouse "Well?" 1 asked. our owt century. Within its last Mr. Willie Hocker visited friends meet him at the depot, and the un"Will you make her your daughof a generation fifty years the length familiar streets were filled, with unfa ami relatives near Morgantown Friter in fact by giving her to me for a has. risen by some three years. Indiwifo?" day and Saturday, miliar faces. He walked the streets vidual eenturianins may not be more Dear! dcarl To think I had been Mr, E, K. Shults is visiting his until"5 o'clock in the afternoon withwhole popnumerous relatively to the so blind. Susio had in truth becomo best girl this week. out meeting a soul he' knew, and ulation than formerly, but the averchildren that I then, alas! it was a wrong friend he Mr. J P. Paxton has purchased a so much one of our age of lif sis longer. was as much astonished us if Albert tuet'j a friend who added to his first fine top bujgy. had fallen In lovo with Joanna. Tae age of .marriage unions is also words of greeting, "Come and take Mrs Ada Reid visited Mrs Lizetta In September they were married, a drink." Could he turn a way from advancing from the midway teens to Stevens last week. my son and tho child of our adoptwenty-thre- e or four years for the the first friendly face he met and go Hannah. tion, and I gave them a house next or thirty lor and twenty-fiv- e on his solitary way? He had firmly to our own for a homo. I ii!;iii!t:ur. Susie's first child, named after her resolved not to drink liqjuor had the male. This promotes firmer, Fanners ate busily engaged pre- - father, John Harmon, was two years beeWlargcly the cause of his'downfalh healthier stock Ibr the progeny of crops. old, when ono morning tho mall Hehesitated--an- d was lost.' Unoe these maturer connections. The height paring lor Mrs. Andrew Metcalf is reported brought mo a letter in an unknown money of the daughters is overtopping their customed freedom, good time hand from Liverpool. I opened it, jingling in his poclcets, bad friends to mothers sufficcintly to register this somewhat better. The u'hoopiug cough unci juutups and upon a large sheet of paper gain upon the progressivescale, though urge him on the fourth morning, he bodily vigor and endu have visited almost every family in found written, in a scrawling hand, awoke, a, heavy ache in his ,headr a the degree of theso lines: rance is'not always in the ratio of the country. heavier ache in his heart, to find his Pea Fhbd WW .you com to me at 47 Miss Mattie Luck is visiting Mr. M tttrccl without luttliitf Huate know? money almost gone and something the greater tallness. Juun 1UIUIOM week. Virgil Miller's folks-thiBut a' serious fact is here noted that was not his own, something .that At first I believed it a hoax, but Miss Maggie Kellc Miller is visitroom. that as kjEreasing personal culture is he must have stolen, in hi tho mora I pondered over tho matter the human race in these ing Mrs, TC. W I.) ons this week. the moro I was Inclined to obey tho With trembling nerves and a feeling improving We had a very interesting sermon summons. failure) ?of all and other directions, .marriages are of despair at the utter No. 47 M street I found to bo his good intentions, he fled ffowthe becoming lewer and the number last Sunday morning nud evening by u boarding hoQso for tho poorest Rev. Thoitan Allen, of color. along offspring upthe room to drown remorse in aaetber ol We will organize a Sunday School classes, und in a shabby room, half drink. He ranracroaa an olfl friend,1 per levels of the social scale is decreas- furnished, I found nu aged, worn KU,AH, who ing, Children of the rich aud super- - at this place Sunday, an it is true, but man, perfectly blind, who roso to was nobly striving to redeem: kisuelf, fined families are less than those of greet mo, sobblug: Mum r'THoiu. and who is the good Satnitfitaa of less abounding circumstances. This 4ro l niLtrn Ciihh I inn mvi'lE ii nouu.hf "Fred, .1 knew you would come," i Uifirrrt "Why, old friend," I said, when ibis tale. The good SamarlM Lli j feet is store easily verified than are llitY'1 In' itftfrtiWr&iii'iTrtc relrtilld-- j t ho )u MtiiuU surprise and emotion would let me I cd hint4 gave hint a htarty greeting, its causea explained. The wretched ,ituriiiUi tuaviirctitUiU. U Ihugvi-iUAT LAST FREE FROM PRISON. noticed his condition aud gave him a talk straight from the shoulder; braced him up, persuaded him to ty .again, rallied other good friends to the rescue. The poor fellow walked until he was we.uy nud footsore Iu The prishe.trch of honorable work on taint was upon him. He was timid in Ufa manner, afraid to answer questions for fear they would lead to a discovery of where he had come from. His eye full before thesearch ing gaze of inquiry. Hut he persevered. The encouragement and sympathy of true hearted friends held him to a straight course. He found work nt last. 'That waa two year- ao. Since that time he has never taken a drink of liquor norcommittcdacrime, and walks the streets of St. Paul, an industrious, happy hearted young fellow whom you might watch from one week's end to another without a suspicion that he had ever occupied a convict's cell. Friends smile upon him, fortune is kind to him; but if a good Samaritan haQnot happened his way. where would he be now? Good Samaritans are accidental travelers Now consider the situation of one just released from prison. He is an dread name, from which society shrink back appalled, and which no amount of explanation can cause her to forgive and forget. An ''eX'Convict" is us one marked with the'brand of Cain, when known Suspicion directed toto be such. wards him becomes a certainty. Liberty must be purchased at the price of silence which places him, even to himself, in the position of haviug'to present a false front to the world. To he be true to his new resolutions, must shun old associates and turn his back upon everything that would lead ,im lt0 the oU1 fainuiar paths. The human heart craves sympathy. The state, being an organization, and workinj, through an institution, has .. vet reach- tfnlvwi n -- -- - .tl,e '7 . ; . eu, uiu me inoivmuiii wmu uiuic. get it? Where can the ' He is out of step with the world, he is out of harmony with himself. Can he seek good society? Good society turns its back upon him? He must prove himself worthy ol confidence before anyone will repose confidence in him. The state withdraws withdraws. The church where is it? Does it come forward with outstretched hand ready to help and save him? Is he, in a Christian landt to be left to perish, when within him is the desire of repentance and of bringing forth fruits of repentance? Where are the Christians, the professed followers ot that great apostle of h inanity who announced that his mission on earth was to save sinners, when with faltering feet and wavering heart the convict leaves the place which has been a shelter to him as well as a prison? Surely if ever there was a work to appeal to Christian hearts it should be here, and thechurch should take up the work where the state lajs it down. It is an immortal soul in need, iu danger of death, that looks out of that convict's eyes. The value of a thing is guaged by the price paid down for it. Do Christians need to be reminded of the value of a soul? The opportunity to aid is herc.knock-in- g at the door. Will the churches take it up, or will they pass by on the other side, like the priest and levite of old? to-da- tyranny of fishioii in dress shows but few signs of loosening its malign hold upon the sex which most meds the natural play of nil its Inuctions. The broadening education and intelligence, the freer outdoor exercise, the better housing nud housekeeping of the generally well-t- o do people, nic working in the direction, of physical progress effectively; yei with many draw barks, ns already noticed. These retrograde movements are subtle, but constant, and in the aggregate of their influence most mischievous. Social and fashionable Hfe, with late hours and excessive drain on constitutional resources, are making nervous disorder and exhaustion common complaints of which a few generations back had no knowledge. High life aud its ambitious imitations are often absurdly artificial. tyrty; giving and calls of courtesy among" oiirurban and suuuruan "sets are vast? consumers of time and strength. Wjiat a saving to home,profit and happinest it would be, could this burdensome fashion be simplified into an exchange of visiting cards, by post or otherwise, with some reserve for special occasions. As it is a "not at home," in nnswer to the doorbell, has become, a not infrequent coveted cancelling of a debt ceremony. Very little genuine childhood is left iu much of family life. Premature are crowding so nearly on the stepsof their patents that it is not lnrd to sty whether the cist ing vote lies with the one or the other. As to the rest, the line be tween boyhood and pseudomanhood These and othis fast disappearing. er signs of personal and social degeneracy do not flatter our faith in an advancing type of manhoodp and -girl-woma- n Highest of all in Leavening Power. n. N.UIenn, J.N, V4dllnfc. $m THE RUNAWAY. Dorothy Deems, la her bat. On a (tweet, sunshiny day. Talcing her grandmamma's coal colored cat, Started to run away Dorothy Deems Had been so It seems Abused and misused In a terrible wayi A Baking LAWYERS, Powder HA11TFORD, KY. orer (Office, Anders on' ItAZAnr.) GLENN & WEDDING, ABSOUTELY PURE speak, "how la this? Wo thought you were dead." "Does Susio think so?" "Yes, wo all gavci you up." "Do not undecc)vo her, Fred. I meant to come homo to her rich, able to gratify every desire of her girlish heart. Do not let her know that only a blind, sick wreck Is left forlicr to calf father. Tell mo of bcr, Fred. Is she living? Is she Will practice their profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals, Special attention given to criminal practice and collections. M PWIHY JT If AKTFORD, KY. if B. D.RINGO. with confident peace; tall turkcr-gobbleFlapping hit wlntpi In the air, fell In wttbjporouiy Deems face to face Out. ...vmroihy wasn't there' Dorothy Deems, To judgo by her screams, Regretted exceedingly this whole affair. Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office east side of public square. Dorothy fled with the coal colored eat, In an undignified way; d Trotted off, trailing the hat; ICeached homo In tears, liut they say Dorothy Deems, In her wildest dreams, Will never again think of running away -- St Nicholas. happy?" "She is both, John, a happy wife and mother." "Marrlotl! My littlo Susio?" "Murried to Albert, my son, of whom you may judge when I tell you folks say he is bis father over again." child," said John. Chaffy 6c Kingro, attorneys t gaw,. Will practice in all courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, Superior Court and Court of Appeals. Collections and all legal business attended to. Office 329 E. Market St, E. D. OUFFT. FOUND HOME AT LAST. "I would ask no moro for my I B. R. WEDDING, Then ho told mo the story of tho years of silence. Ho was prepared to pay us his promised visit when a great fire broko out in San FranBeaver Dam, Ky. cisco, which ruined his employer for Will practice his profession in all a time and swept away a row of the courts of Ohio and adjoining buildings uninsured, in which John counties. Also Notary Public. Attorney at Law, wt So-ciet- y had invested nil his savings. Worst of all, in trying to save the books of tho firm John was Injured on tho head by a falling beam and lay for months In a hospital. When he so far recovered as to bo discharged his mind was still impaired, und ho could not perform tho duties of a clerk or superintendent, while his health was too fccblo for manual labor. "I struggled for dally bread alone, Fred," ho told me, "and when I received your loving letters and Susie's I would not write, hoping to send better tidings if I waited a turn of fortune's wheel. "It never came, Fred. "I saved a littlo money, and was hoping for better times when my health fulled again, and this time with my eyesight. I want you to take mo to a home, Fred, and as I must bo a pauper patient I must go to my own town. You will takome, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in all tho Courts oi Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, in County Attorney's office, in Court House. Lawyer m Perry Westerfield, Beaver Dam, Ky. Attorney at Law. "I il W. H. BARNES promised. Hartford, Ky. "And Susio? You will keep my practice his profeeeion in all secret. You will not disturb Susie's WILL courts ot Ohio and adjoining ' happiness?" counties and Court of Appeals. Spec"I will not trouble Susie's happi- ial attention given to collections. Office over Carson & Co. ness," I said. It was evening when wo reached tho railway station of our own town, aud as we had been long cramped In tho train I proposed to walk home. He lot mo lead him then, willingly enough, and wo wero not long in reaching Susie's home. She was alono In tho cheerful sitting-rooas wo entered, but obeyed my motion for silence as I placed John in a great arm-chaafter removing his hat and coat. "John," I said to him, "if I had found you in a pleasant homo, happy and prosperous, and I had known that Susio was poor, 111 and blind, would It have been a kindly act for OFFICE OVER RED FRONT mo to hide her misfortune from you, Is prepared to do all kinds of and passing by your homo to have placed her in tbo caro of charitable Dental work at reasonable prices. 1 ir Fred?" "I will takoyou to a home, John," fflTUR IT Lffl! i '? !' DENTIST. n strangers?" "Fred, you would never have done that," ho said, much agitated. "You are "Never," I answered. right. But you, John, ask mo to tako from Susio the happiness of knowing a father's love, the sweet duty of caring for a father's affliction." "No, no, Fred. I only ask you to put no burden upon her young life, to throw no cloud over her happiness. I am old and feeble; I shall trouble no ono long." "And when you dio you would deprive your only child of the satisfaction of ministering to your wants take from her her father's dying blessing?" Ho turned his sightless eyes toward me, his whole faco working convulsively. 'Where is she, Fred? You would not talk so if you did not know my child still loves her father." "I am here, father," Susie said, and I stolo softly away as John clasped his child in his arms. I saw at a glance that the agitation of tho evening had brought back tho wandering of which ho told mo. But oven as sho spoke John opened his eyes. All tho wild look was gono from them as ho groped a moment, till Susio put her hand in his. Then a heavenly smilo camo upon tho wasted lips and ho said, softly, 4 IOO DOLLARS PER MONTH made easily and honorably, without capital, during your spare hoars. Any man, woman, boy, or girl can do the work handTalklug unily, without experience. necessary. Nothing like It for money-makiever offered before. Our workers No time wasted la always prosper. learning the business. Wo teach you In a night how to succeed from the ilrst hour. You can make a trial without expense to yourself. Wo start you, flirnish everything needed to carry on the business successfully, and guarantee you against failure If you but follow our Reader, If simple, plain instructions. you are In need of ready money, and want to know all about the best paying business beforo tho public, send us your address, aud wo will mall you a document giving you all tbo particulars. i 1 In Your OwclLqcality TRUE CO., Box 400, Augusta, Maine. The LtaHognjk ui Sin, A SPECIALTY. tenderly: "Susie, my own littlo child, Susio." And with tho namo on his lips John's spirit went to seek an eternal home, in which thcro will bo no moro poverty, pain or blindness. Boston Globe. Beked Huckleberry Pudding. Pictures la Every Style 001(1 Pictures Copied and Enlarged 108J Main Street. 0WENSB0R0, KY 37m6 gg ' i tse I Pick over, wash and dry a quart of berries and roll thorn in dry flour; butter an earthen pudding dish; sift together two cupfuls each of flour aud sugar, two teaspoon fuls of baking powder, ono of salt and a of grated uutmeg; chop half a cupful of buttor into the flour; then add tho berries, three eggs beaten Uifht and half a pint of milk. Put tho pudding ntonce Into the but. tcred dish, und bako It for nuir on hour in a moderate ovon. Servo hot with any good puddlug sauce. N. Y. Lodger. salt-spoonful For CAN I OBTAIN JL PATENT opinion, writ to Konpl niwr tod an bone t naarlfahy mm? M U NN fc CO.. whoTare bad snarl dm In ttaa natanft boupeaa. Commas on UonsHJlotlreonAdaoUal. Allnnalwnkof In formation eunoaratnc Pntta ana bow to ob Oil tain loan asna rrae. juao a o and aoienUrJo ml atanu taken bnoka aaniMnnn Co. fatarf throift h apeolat notioaiqibn Helanttie AmerWnaw ifaaa art broacbt wfoalrba&atn paPlawiK-peoat to tba inyantor, Thla aaUoq mmt. jataad weaktr, daajK7lWtotaaa; nt laryama oroauauoa oc mar eqplas, 113 OBBta. nimih war a ntant) i ."-, ,u Trrarr ntuabac .tt32?ff& aotrtalna baaa i E,tt " 'i MUNJOVVuuS.ft Mkimuwat. J8 ?,- x.1 W 1 " if i.- - i ;r' ;j -- p jJS IW nwr T" TTtJBSfcAI 3BHIB ffgw lilffislJ"1&"f"rvr,'W "T" . MiiiiaauwiiiiililUIWiWTW church; one baptism nul about one and Mr. II. C. Shaver. They report a iug a spring school ntDcanfield, spent and drink sulphur water for her hundred cuuiimmlcauu, Quite a large pleasant time. Sunday with her parents at this health. crowd was in attendance on Sunday, We arc having nil interesting SunMessrs. D.ivage Taylor, C. M. Tayplace. although another Quarterly meeting day rUHMSHKD UVKUY FJUUAY MOUNINO School here. Fifty.five scholars Dr. Kd Ford and lady spent a few lor, I II. Nave, city and T. J, Smith, was in progress at Marvin's Chapel, enrolled ami an Kdllor and Proprietor. days with relativesatSulphurSprings Hartford, made a flying trip to Haraverage attendance JO. It. nUKRN only tine miles away. or fifty. din county this week. , last week, May 4. 1894 Fiuruv, The third Quarterly meeting of the As Circuit Court is near we hope Misses Leta Ragland and Annie Mr. M. S. Wise spent Saturday night with Mr. John Moore at Sul- Allen, of Rosine, spent Tuesday and Hartfonl Circuit, will convene with the Grand Jury will look into the Bopublicau Ticket. the Church at Goshen and meanness of some of Bcda's bad boys, Wednesday in town. phur Springs. i:trctlonon. Mts. T. J. Smith and daughter, Sunday. A large crowd and excellent as they have been drunk nnd misbeFor County Judge John P. Morton. is the guest of Mr. John Morgan is anticipated. For Sheriff Cnl. P. Kcown. haved iu church on different occasions. his cousin, Mr. L. T. Johnson, oi this Willie, of Hartford, spent Sunday in preaching D. M. Hockcr. For County Clerk Rev. A. B. Smith, of McHcnry, If they do so any more wo will not town, the guests of Mrs. Nave. place. K. P. Nail. For County Attorney will fill Dr. Coleman's pulpit nt the wait for the Grand Jury. It will be Quite a little circumstance happenMiss Alice Brown, who has been For Assessor X. C. Daniel. For Jailer Jown W. illack. visiting relatives and friends in Brcck ed to Miss Daisy Stevens while out Baptist Church here on the soud no trouble to find out their names as Sunday. For Surveyor G. S. Fitzhugh. the,) are noted names and notorious enridge county for several days, re- walking last Sunday evening. For Coroner O. C. Westerficld. A few of Misses Lucy and Ethel Wednesday Revs. Giles C. Taylor and W. D. boys. turned to her home last MAGISTRATKS: Mrs. Annie Webb Isteachingngood Anderson's friends spent Sunday af- Cox will begin a revival nt Concord and reports a pleasant time. Hartfonl A. S. Aull. Tiic large ,tcnt has been school at Chapman School. house. Mrs. Mary McCarty visited relativ- ternoon with them, Rosine C. L. Woodwanl. Attye Austin entertained a few of put up and a good time is anticipatWe nre glad to see Mr. V, M. Ciomwcll Jont B. Wilson. es near Whitesville last Sunday. Fonlsville ed. They are able ministers and the Stewart out again, Tuuu Bun? Rev. B. F. Jenkins passed through her friends Tuesday night. 4 HHTf.-Buford Mrs. J. II, Nave has been very sick people should turn out to hear them. town Saturday on his way to Hickory ,x coxsmnu:: Mr. Forluue'M ltitntrule. Grove to preach a dedicatory sermon this week. Services day and night. Each mornHartfonl Hosea Shown. OWKNSIUMO MKSSttXCHK.J Dr. McKcnney has returned from ing Rev. Taylor will give Bible readSunday. Rosine Thomas Allen. Four living, breathing babies iu Cromwell R. B. Martin. Quite a number attended the dedica- his country trip. ings and a talk on practical chris- one day! Such is the distinction Mrs Fonlsville SCHOOL NOTES. tion at Hickory Grove Sunday. IsJtian life. David Fortune.of the vicinity of StanBuford Miss Annie Allen has quit school Miss Myrtic Graham, of Phillips, is On last Sunday a Baptist Church ley, this county, attained on Saturowing to her bad health and has rethe guest of Miss Jessie Reynolds. wa3 organien at Panther Creek. Rev. day, Three girls and one boy weie Rev. E. E. Pate, ol Hartford, preach- turned home. Fred Hale, of Owensboro, picsided at born unto her within the space of a Miss Daisy Stevens returned to the organization ed several sermons at the M. E. and the Council was few hours. The first born lived for school Monday after two weeks ab- composed of Church last week. Revs. W. 1). Cox, Fred five hours. The others gave signs of sence. A A Y. Mr. F. J, Jarboe, oi Hardinsburg, Hale, B. F. Jenkins, A. W. Dodson, life, but breath also left their bodies Messrs. Tom Brown, Levi Whittak-erandAlvi- n G. B Coleman and was in town Saturday and Sunday. G. S. Taylor. The alter a Jew hours. Johnson were at their church We are glad he still remembers his These facts are vouched for by Dr. is composed of seventeen homes Sunday. friends. members and Rev. Cox has been L T. Cox, who was the attending Miss Virgie Hocker has been absent Rev. John P. Tuck, of Whitesville, physician, over his own signature. called as their pastor. pieiohed at the Christian Church on account of sickness. -Rev. W, II. Necly, of Colorado, will 1 he total weight of the four was 13 Mr. Claude Chick, one of our formSaturday night. preach at Marvin's Chapel the second pounds, or an average of 3 pounds. Rev. Ashcraft, of Illinois, has ac- er students, called on us Tuesday. Mrs. Fortune is a comely matron of Sunday in this month. Bro. Neely Arm:. cepted the pastorate of the Christian s a fine preacher, and all who can about 25 years of age. Her husband Church here for the present year and is a few years older. They are new should hear him 011 this occasion. A muni tiff Thin? About the Court will preach the fourth Sunday in evcomers to this section, having removQ LhUi Tim L JlEPOJiT Mouse. Court .Nnlr. Non'l Dfltiy. At diflercnt points iu Colorado ery month. ed from Indiana a year or so ago. OK TIIIJ Among all the dry and monotonous II. I). Kingo sues 1?. M. Petty for It is your duty to get lid of the foul Success to the Rbpuhucan. snow fell on last Monday to the depth proceedings of the county's affairs re accumulation in your blood tins Until the arrival of the quadruplets, settlement of his Trusteeship as as-- 1 U. AND I. eighteen inches or two feet. of quired to be kept of record are found spring. Hood's Saisaparilla is just they had been blessed with only one hignce, girl now some 3 or 4 ThonirhU by the Vfny. some that attract unusual attention of the medicine you need to purify, vi- child, a little A, O. llridges sues Horace PendleIn Tuesday's municipal elections in y cars old. J. 11. PARDEN IN WOMANKIND." those who keen such records, and no talize and enrich your blood ton for conveyanceof laud, That Indiana the Republicans carried Jef Dr. Cox says the children were There is a growing disposition on to tired feeling which affects nearly ev- sues M. I,. Hcavrm, as assignee, icrsonville, Xew Albany and nearly the part of the young people to leave doubt each officer contributes some fully developed, except for the lung?, ' collection. this cry one in the spring is driven off by .,,,',, ,, tokec ', H. A. llainl, et. al f r settlement. town voting. cveiy other wtrc not fct the farms and engage in other purWe only give a few samples of Hood . Sarsapnnllo, the great spring At thoCloso of Business on HunKichtrd Rentier sues Thomas tllc. brcath of fc Koing. Hc aUrn,. such. Not long ago onp of the Sher23d day of Docom Tun net cash in the Treasury de suits. ter on a return of no procrty found wt4ituiw uiiu uiuuu iiuuicr. uteh this to the fact that for some When we see so many of our bright iffs efficient deputies made the followcreated last month 88,832,230, and and attaches Hunter's laud. bor 1893. Hood's Pills become the favorite time Mrs. Fortune had been taking boys crowding to cities and towns, we ing return on a process: "Executed on the outstanding debt increased $lf- J. K. Maddox, ct. ah, sue (eorge think it time to cast about for a reme- the defendant by putting a copy of cathaitic with everyone who tries considerable qualities of morphine. ltESOUKCES. W Clements, et. al., for division of 1(10,971. Verity, these are Demo Otherwise the children might have dy. of the them. Loans and Discounts, less this notice in (he key-hol- e land. cratic times. lived and grown up to manhood and We doubt if our northern friends door." This deputy is not as good loans to Directors . . $54,127 50 If dull, spiritless and stupid; if womanhood, the most distinguished J. T. Il.iic, Adiiiiristrator of h.li.t Loans 10 uitectors (ollicers can realize the endless round of toil on collections as another who when your blood is thick Postmaster-GeHok. Frank Hattox, and sluggish; if Stewart, mics C. V. Leisure on three not included , 600,00 quartet in Daviess county. The birth under President Arthur and hardship endured by those who he went to serve a rule on an officer, your appetite is capricious and un neral land notes of $,y each. 0erdralts, seemed . . . ,4 12.00 of quadruplets is an exceeding rare live where "cotton is king." said to him: "Now, see here, you certain. You need a Sarsaparilla. Rachel Poswcll, et.nl., sues John Overdrafts, unsecured . . 568.4S and editor of The Washington Pwf, occurrence and it is doubtful if it ever Ah! the work it takes to make this must pay my fee for serving this For best Dueirom National Hanks 5.759.H results take De Witt's. It Miller, et. al , for division of laud. died at his home in Washington Moni Due from State banks nnd happened before in this county. crop, and when the gathering begins IS. V. Taylor, guardian, ttc., sues day. He was one of the great men the patient, overworked wife and rule or else I will not serve it." Of recommends itself. I, B. Beau. Hankers 10S 00 course the party was anxious to see Hint sinJames 1;. Hardwick, et al., lors.de of -- Hanking house and lot. . 3,000.00 of the country, and his death is Sunday's Owensboro Messenger has Between San ford Brown's and Rock-por- t, mother shoulders all the household what kind of process it was and Specie property. ii3(A"7 cerely regretted wherever manhood burdens, for does John not need the ' on Sunday April, the 30th, a . . cheerfully paid the fee, and had it the following to say of a young man 5,017.00 J. S. Coleman .sues W. C. Knott, Currency appreciated. and brains are who is well know here: Other items carried nscash children more than she? The little served. ' containing be- et. al , on a laud note of f 75, latge red pocket-boo50.00 Furniture and Fixtures , . 1,500.00 'Mr. Wood 1?, Acton, whohasbecn tween $uo and $1 15 in cash. A very ones, who ought to be at play, are Another return on process found W. V Smith, et. ah, sue Sarah A T.jxes paid Rl'Mon has it that the Hou. Chas. 134.05 urged on by the promise that "papa" in the Circuit Clerk's Office is: "The traveling for I7. T. Gunthcr for sever-a- l liberal reward will be paid for its re- Hincs, ct. al , for division of land. Current expenses Blanford, of Brcckenridge county, is 1,768.56 years, has accepted a position with turn to me at Rockpott, ICy., or to will get them something nice when defendant lives in Daviess county and ' J. V. Renfrow suts John llratcher a cannidate for Congress in the Fourth the cotton is sold. Ouerbacker, Gilmour & Co , a large Tin; Ui:ii'!imcax office. Alas! for their is dead." Ss5i4W-6for $50, and for possession of laud of pure charDistrict. He k a man hopes. R. 15. Ii.km. Several marriage license have the wholesale grocery houscof Louisville, LIAMLITIKS, J. V. Renfrow sues Park S.vilt for acter, is a lifelong Republican ami an When the cotton is sold, the poor return, "No property found." One and will represent them on the road. Capital stock paidiu,incashf25, 000 00 $75 and recovery of laud. able and fluent speaker. He will be farmer finds it will not pay the merhas this endorsement; "This license Mr. Axton has many friends iu his 5,250.00 G, W. Jones sues Charles W. Pelix Surplus fund remembered as the man who ran Jack chant, who has supplied him with Undivided profits , . . . 6,312.33 with the territory." is returned by on a note of $30. Due Dejnsitors . . . . Gross such a close race last fall for things necessary to make it. 4S.S30.36 statement that the bride declined to Plantation Co. sues DueSt'telMnks&St'tcb'k'rs Plnrmacal De Witt's Sarsaparilla is prepared S0.9S the State Senate iu a District several With the shiftless method of farm- marry him." Here is a certificate IC. A. Tillford for $7$ 25 on account. His enthusU ing, as practiced by some of our brought in not long ago to procure for cleansing the blood from impurihundred Democratic. 5S5.443.67 A. O. Hridgcs sues AuUitt ties and disease. It does this and astic friends will make a strong effort farmers, what wonder is it that the marriage license: "This is to certify Stati: of Ki:ntickv, ) M and C 15 Austin for conveyance of more. It builds up and strengthens whole family groan under the bur- that Miss Coiwtv of Ohio. lor his nomination and election. is willin to marry the Morton property, viliu, 51,210 constitutions impaired by disease It den. John H. Harries, Cashier of Heaver and for $ 10,50 in money. me" signed by the groom. recommends itself, h. B. Bean. Dam Deposit Hank, a bank located Tin: di&jatiMactiou of the people II. P. Hean mim Tiunm II. We know there are exceptions to The following letter accompanied a and doing businea in the town of for 575. with Democratic hard times is made this, and that in every community road order returned: Something wrong when you tire too leaver Dam. in said eounty.lKMtig duAh'Xfiudor I'nloii SmmI i. NHiiml. Carson vS: Co. vs. J. lvlwin no more impressively apparent than there nre farmers who read and think; easily. Something wrong when the nppealcl Ohio Co. Ky. Sunday April, 2)t iS'j from Uuarterly Court by De- ly sworn, says that the foregoing reThese who take papers adapted to each by the CoKey movement. port is in all respects a true statement skin is not clear and smooth. Some-thin- g fendant. August the 26- - 93. Services conducted by Superintend of the condition of the said bank at thousand of unemployed, starving member of the family, and who try to imwrong when the Blood is Mr. Comenweth of Ohio Co Ky I cut. Jo Foster and opened by singing, Frank June-- who Ins hem in j.til the close 01 business on the 23d day men form a rebuke to the party iu make home attractive to their loved will eend this Rode order Back I will "There is a Light at the Riven" All pure Kverything right when you here, since Circuit Cmrt paying a ol December, 1S93, to the best of his the his- ones. Would that all did. not except it Beecuas I Am no land the officers and tenchcis present. It rec- fine of 5100 for selling liquor, was re- knowledge and belief.aud furthersays take Dewitt's Sarsipanlla. power, tho most etingiug iu that the business of slid bank has holder and A Single man and I will Subject of lesson, "Joseph forgiving ommends itself. L. B Beau. tory of the country. And while the leased last Saturday, having complet- been transacted at the location namIU ril In the Field. Fether say I hade drother the cort his brethren." is unwise and movement ed his time Sunday's messenger. As he emu d jam to the ed, and not elsewhere; ami that the hade of cent me A wife then this rode Golden text: If thy brother trespass yet it carries with it tho denundoor and out Deputy U. S. Marshal above report is made in compliance Samuel M. C. Jolley, an aged farmorder Tha bant no hands on the rode against tlite, rebuke hint, and if he Shorthand and Penmanship. ciation of Democratic failure as an er living about two and Holliugton, of Hawcsvillc, was stand- with an official notice received from miles We hivs recently prepared Books Secretary of State, designating The move- south of the city, on the Hartford only 3 and 2 is Single men the order repent, forgive him." administrative party. ing by, and at on';c took Jones iu the 23d day of December, 1S93. as the caules for pates farm and tha work is of road, died yesterday morning. Topic: Joseph love-- his brothers. on the bovc, especially adapted to charge, taking him to Oueusboro to the ment is very unfortunate, yet it He day on which such report shall be "Home Study.' Sent on fio days the other rode so I don't no hoo to The following is a list of our welmade such magnitude as should deter the was at work in the field and came to auwer in the Federal Court. name as over aeer your Respectly come visitors: Mr. John Roue and trial. Hundreds have been benefitted Subscribed and sworn to before me iu power from plunging the the house to get a lunch about ten Iilvis Kteton has also been co.i finparty Miss Sudie Anderson, Centertowu; huudrcdb of dollars by ordering our ed paying $ioo for selling liquor, and by John H. Panics, the 30th day of country into still deeper ruin by o'clock. When the dinner hour December, 1S93. Sittaitv Tavi.ok, Why not you? Some time ago the County Judge Misses Rose Cosby, OIlie Lashbrook publications. his time would have been out Tucs-diy- , came, his daughter called, and receivpassing the Wilson Bill. Dcp. County Court Clerk. Should you later decide to enter received a letter asking him to send and Jennie Mahon, Mess-rVirge but hfo fellow inmates seeing I. P. Haunwuu, President. ing no answer, wetit to the field and K. P. Hockiiu, Director, Tnr. Louisville Evcuiug Pat of found him lying prostrate. Dr. Pen- the writer a decree to sell his (the Stevens, Steve Kllis and Walter Ma- our College, you would receive ciedit Jones' fate, made t'p money to piy olT for the amount paid. Four weeks by writer's) farm. JNO. H. IIAKNKS, " hon, Browns Valley; Mr. Alfred Mud-soApril 25 says: nington pronounced it appoplexy. the last day of Keeton's sentence, and g One bright morning not lon since Hartford; Mr. Ike Sharp. Wash- our method of teaching QUARTERLY REPORT There is another Richmond in the Coroner Hayden held the inquest in released him a day iu advance. thus a young man walked up to the Court ington; Mr. Jo. Barnett, of Xo Creek; is equal to 12 weeks by the old plan, Mr. Louis D. Sampson, of the afternoon. field. He skipped in a hurry. announced himself House gate and said in a loud voice: Mr. G. B. Hocker and daughter, Miss l'obitious Guaranteed under certain Barbourville, has The dead man was 63 years old and Jesse Heard, who has been confined Commisas a candidate for Railroad "Hello! Hello!" Judge Morton was Klla Hocker, of Sutherland, and Miss conditions. Scud for our Ifree illusin jail for the shooting iu the Hayti Mr. Simpson has strong leaves a wife, who is at present in sioner. in his office and being familiar with Lula Tanner, of the Victory neighbor- trated 96 page catalogue and "frtnte backing and will make a good race. Breckenridge county. He was an old OF your wants." Address J. l Draugh-on- , Methodist Church last fall, completed He was for two years owner of the and prosperous farmer and leaves the exclamation hurried out to learn hood. Draughon's Practical his time for the $100 Hue on WedPres't. Herald. He has a wide the wishes of the caller, when we We were glad to have so many Barbourville many friends. nesday and was released. Attho closo of Business on acquaintance in the State and knows overheard the following dialogue: viisors with us, and extend a cordial Business College and School of Shortwith tho 23d day of Docom all the practical politicians, IlinchceTof Chuksville, and Telegraphy, Nashville, "Will you tell me where the Court invitation to persons visiting in the hand Dr. G. V. I,oil ce of Morrow, whom he is on the best of terms. For bor, 1893. 600 Students Tenn., has located at Select, where he 11 Teachers. Tcnn House is?" neighborhood to visit our school, and Rockport Lodge, No. 312, F. A. M., several months Mr, Sampson wascon-necte- d Muter will practice his profession. He lived KHSOUKCHS." "Yes, sir, right here." those who wish, to join us We have the past year. No vacation. will hold post burial services at the with The Post. any time. Cheap Board. N. B. "This? And does the County Clerk an interesting little Sunday School in sIartford until hc was about eleven Loans nnd discounts, less Tho caudidacy of Mr. Sampson will grave of Thomas C. Taylor at the loans to Directors , , $68,304. 80 of live here?" we have no great number of names We pay $5.00 cash for all vacancies vears old and finally moved toClarks-ville- , meet with the enthusiastic sanction family burying ground, northeast "Well, his office is here." where he has made his home Loans to Directors (officers enrolled, but what we have, come reg- as hook. keepers, stenographer, teachfriend?, who will Paradise, at 10 o'clock a. m., Satur of his Republican not . 406.00 "All right then, I will come in ular and take a great deal of interest, ers, clerks, etc , reported to us, pro- for the past fourteen yoaw. The Doc- Loans to inchuIcJ Officers make a strong tight to secure him the day May, 19th 1894. 400.00 awhile?" officer, teacher and vided we fill same. very often every tor is a graduate ol the Ilaltimore Overdrafts, secured . . , 1.937.35 place. He is a man of marked abili School of Medicine nd comes with Overdrafts, unsecured . . We were called away at this point pupil being present. AlexmiUer Eiilcrtnlmiieiit 437.06 A iifir Mtmoiilc itHrbfc ut. ty and of high character and is a line recommendation ns a gentleman Due from Nat. Batiks . . 5,966.74 The entertainment given by Miss and did not learn whether the youngOn Saturday June the 23d, the of much worth. worthy of the united support of bis Ida Smith's school at Alexander last ster wanted a marriage license or Due from St'c R'ks& IVk'rs 483.2s Hanking house and lot . . 3000.00. lat thane 7tctonsumptlTd Masons of Hartfonl will give a big party. Mr. Sampson's extensive bus Saturday night, was a brilliant success. wanted to borrow a "sifter of meal." of the Stocks and ilonds , , . , 1,341.67 barbecue for the bent fit ol the Hall iness experience especially fits him Every part was good and well renderis usually taken Specie 2,718.78: Railroad Commis ed. The teacher and pupils alike dewhen h " goes here and for the the Widow's and ior the position of Currency Church Nolew. 2,260.00 couth," Alas how Orphan's Home in Louisville. The Exchanges for Clearings . 2.145.591 Rev. L. B, Davidson, of the Louissioner, ami so xar as wo Know uu is serve the thanks of the large audi many netcr return Committee having charge of the afOther items carried as cash 1,367.49. AlUrol Dr, Fcnners ville Circuit, M, E. Church South, tho only Republican candidate for ihe ence for the night's enjoyment. Furniture and Fixtures , . 1,000.00 Golden Relief taken fair are men both capable nnd euthu though an admission fee was charged preached at the Methodist Church Taxes-paiplace. J 0 !, In 6 drop doses on n siastic and a fine time is anticipated.. 145.97 small lump of sugar the crowd could by no means be here Friday night and Monday night. Current expenses , . . . 1,088.50 There will be n good dinner served Jonco in two hours, KOUl)NVIIJi:. Many were turned Large congregations were present on Other assets, debts intuit accommodated.' 698.54 I iBLWll .. Ik CURES CONBUUP- - and a fine speaker will be engaged As I have noticed no communicaaway. After defraying all expenses both occasions and his hearers were tion. It has been and there was left is a most for the day The cause $93,701.77 tions from this busy little town $3 50 to be turned, into delighted with his efforts, cure oil." That is LIABILITIES. supposing the correspondents to be the Treasury of the School District. unjust. It claims to worthy one and should commend itself A very pleasant and largely attendCap'l stock paid in, in cash $30,000.00 euro but one disease, tIm IxrLAMMATION. to the generous support ofthe people. taking their ease in some quiet re- This is a good example for other Dutthatappcartoe In to many forms makes a ed Quarterly meeting was held at MarUndivided profits . 7,418.97 you schools to follow. sort, I have concluded to sketch long list of names. It certainly looks Uko a big The Committee of arrangements will Deposits subjcctocheck(on vin's Chapel last Sunday. Jump from corns and felons to consumption. But meet in Hartford Mcmdav ' evening nt happenings of late. n few brief , m which in, is not paid , 56,069,79 each Is Inflammation, sud .Inflammation can no Rev. E. E. Pate presided at the more thrive under the application of this remedy four o clock to arrange and lay plans Fonlsville is as usual, busy, nothing JILMVKItnAM. Due National Banks . . . 81,63 man potato bugs can under pans green, it kills of procedure Due State banks nndban'is Mrs. B. F. Gray and little son, Quarterley meeting at Wesley's Chapdisplaying an air of leisure except the 131.38 Mr$, jlf, E. Wade loafer's stool. Our merchants are Frank, left for Nashville Thursday el last Saturday and Sunday. The consumption; arrest It and you arrest the conIn 3I'inory. sumption. Mr. S. L. Amphlctt, Clearmont, South Stonewall, Tenii. ?93.7oi.77 busy filling their stores with goods, where they will spend a month with occasion was one of great interest. Dakota, writes: "I am a v, ell man and oannot Of little Harlan Thompson, son of Static of Kkntuckv, ) ss say enough In pralso of Cclden Heller. Took it while our mechanics and business relatives. The Minister's and Deacons MeetCounty of Ohio, j Mr. and Mrs, George Thompson, as directed. In two weeks cough had ceased Mr. A. V. Thompson and family, ing, which convened with Slaty Creek and throat trouble of years standing disapmen of every occupation are displaySam K. Cox, President of Bank of Parents, dear, your loved one is peared. TbeGoHcn Relief Is all you claim for of Louisville, have moved to our Church last Friday and Saturday was It. I could till of other wonderf ul cures." This Is ing their talents in their turn. Hartford, Ky., gene, Kidney and Liver Trouble doing business n Bank located and the brief taloof a man who had had tho "bcctlo Harlan, whom you loved so well, Fonlsville is enjoying its share of town to spend the summer. in the tovu of Hartquite a success. Sonic very able Hush" and wus about to take tho "last chance." Nervous Debility and ford, in said county being duly sworn of "colnc Mr. J. P. McKcnney and wife spent rivals as well as its number of sensawere read upon various topics Instead ueuer. uouth" ho was Induced to uss j (tone to that laud ot purest reat uoiacn nouwnowgosomn." says that the foregoing Report iiii Hi. ...i.tnle UUTC in UWell iiatUflrd wllh the past week in Rochester. tional occurrences. and the meeting was pronounced n he Is a well man. TrvlL 10 Years of Suffering Knded by all respects a true statement of is in rcduits, money refunded. the No narcotics, no Miss Lesta Hays spent last week gratifying success. Taking Hood's. mineral poisons In It. 8afs and certain. Ncrcr Miss Abbie Smith, who lias been Think not of Harlan in theerive, condition of the said Brink nt the close disappoints. Ono tables poonful oures LaQrlppe. "0. 1, Hood & Co.i IfOwell, Man.t town, returning home Monday. nut in the beautiful realms above, of business on the 23d day of Decemvisiting friends in Louisville, has in Friendship Baptist Church between Tk a bottle home "Tho e (Tacts of Theie with the God who lives to have beeii truly Hood's tursaparllla In my cut ber, 1893, to the best of his knowlA large number of young people Barretts Ferry and Fonlsville was returned home. marvelpus. It far surpasses save, any other mcdlclno I have ever taken. For 16 edge and be ; and Jurther says that Niii.MiM; Miss Jessie Reynolds spent last attended the Dedication at Prciuis dedicated last Sunday, And gives us perfect peace and love .yean I waa troubled with torpM liver, kidney me misiness ot said luuk nas been May 1. It has been sometimesince report a pleasant time, Sunday. All Saturday in Owensboro. transacted at the location named, and trouble and iiurvout debllUy,v and wa Rev. J. T. Mitchell, McHenry. I saw anything in your paper from Do not vainly weep nnd wish n9 Mr. J. S, Reynolds made a flying but Mr. Ed Barnes, who enjoyed it ' not elsewhere; nnd that the above reA Helpless Invalid. C. P. Church Sunday preached Shinkle Chapel, I will give you a (qv To have him back again, the best of all. trip to Owensboro last week. I have been taking Hode's Bartaparllhi for three port is made in compliance with an Hut rather in your hearts be glad night last. A large congregation was lines. months and I fcelthat I am cured. I feet better official notice received from the SecWesterfield and daughMrs. Perry Mrs, Victoria Thompson, Falls of That lie is done with care and pain. now than I have ior sixteen years. I thank retary of State designating the 23d present and the sermon was able and Farmers are busy planting corn. Rough, neighborhood, spent several ter, Elizabeth, are in Rochester, where God flrit. for my health, and C. J. Hood ft Co., Good-b- y convincing. Harlan, you have left us, second, for Hood's tfarsaparlll. I have reeom day of December, 1893, as the day on The oat crop is looking "bad, on the days with her aunt, Mrs. Wright, of they will spend a few weeks. which such report slinll be made. And our hearts nre sad and sore,. The third Quarterly meeting, of the account of the recent freeze. Wheat Mr. Shelby Taylor, who has been Subscribed nnd sworn to before me this place, lost week. For4lle precioiw one that left us by Sam K. Cox the 28th day of DeCan come to us no more, T, F. A. Mrs. W. L.Graves, of Horse Branch, in Louisville, engaged in the study No Creek Circuit, at Sulphur Springs, looks fine. mended It to all my neighbors and several ol cember, 1893. G.B.LiKRNS.C.O.C.C. The following parties attended the on the 28th and 29th nil., was very of the law, has passed the examinavisited friends in town last week. them are tutnjr Hood's Harsaparllla with food Sam K, Cox, President, Mr, James Sullenger, with several rulti. I am M years old ami feel better tliau J successful. All the claims were brought Quarterly meeting at SulphurSpriiiTS ' Dr. Jones, of Deanfield, was in town tion and returned home. did at 40.'? Miti. . WAD 1, Stouowall, Tenn. J. J. McHenrv, Director, -Miss Ollic Smith, of Dyersburg, up in full one convention; one sane-- . last Sunday: Mrs. Amanda Shaver, men, is nt work on the levee north last week, John C. Thomas, Hood's Fills "t Mslly.yet promptly aud accessions to the I Mrs. Rmma Stevens, Mr. J. II. Her, of town. J, S, Coleman, fflcltnUy, on the Uttr and bowel, itfc Miss Florence Wright, who is teach. Tcnn., will spend this mouth in town tificationbt and ten Hartford Republican TRACY & SON r t. f. a. ICE by- DS Farming Implements. L A SPEOI LT ment Line. "ACME HARROWS" FOR SALE TRACY & SON. Call on thorn for anything in the Imple- $E&eTf ft 80S, - Kattd. i Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK I I ... 1 I ...... .... You can rot afford to be without The once. Hartford Republican. Subscribe at Hos-we- ll Ke, f , BOOKKEEPING 1 lf v. s book-keepin- BANK HARTFORD ... Yi P7i I ... A Helpless Invalid pa'-pe- rs To-aa- y :iii):r. Ik-1- at-th- e Hood's!,;Curcs .tl &Liu jj : k J 4i W MMiMlllMMMfeMh JJ' iMMMM Pace In n sure winner as a barber. Mr. I) J. , Duncan, Rockport, whs in town Wednesday. For nil kinds of tnnsorlnt call on II C Pace. work, The sure jutli toeconomyKthrough Carbon & Co's store. Mrs. R. R Wedding is very sick at her home on Walnut Street. Miss Lyda Motton relumed Pre Us the first of the week 11 from Prof. U. K. Shult, Prentis, in town the first of the week. was Mr J. M. Wade, of McIIcnry, made our office a pleasant call Saturday. Mr, W. S. Fonl, of Olaton, called to see us while in town Saturday. Miss Poliim Hoover, of Westerfield, was bitten by a mad dog last week Russian calf shoes at Pair Bros. & mid has since suffered greatly, but at Co's. last accounts was improving, a mad Negligee shirts at Pair Bros. & stone having been applied to the Co'h. wound. Fresh Cabbage at Stevens & Taylor 8c Co., of Beaver Dam., handle a large c of hard wood, lumMr. George Newman, of Owcnsboro, ber, ceiling, flowing, doors, windows, sash, metal roofing, in fact everyis in town. thing in the building line. Call on Newest style of men's hats at Fair or write them before puchasiug. Bros. & Co's. Little IMwiiTrnir, the infant child Biggest line of ladies slipperunt Pair of Mr. nnd Mrs. McDowell Fair, died Bros. & Co's. last Thursday night and was buried The most stylish Millineryisnt Fair in the Hartford Cemetery Friday. The Bros. & Co's. little life so beautifully begun is thus off and the spirit has returned to Handsomest Hue of ncckuear nt cut the God who gave it. Fair Bros. & Co's. Hard-wick's. Visit Pair Bros. & Co's. Monday. Another Bomb. The present time deservss to be recorded in the pages of French history as the age of bombs. Citizens are terrorized, the minions and watch dogs of the law are kept busy unearthing -- Boys Will be Boys! The little Chaps can't out Clothing. They blame. help wearing Mr. John Thomas has a very painful carbuncle on the back of his neck. Mr. J. h Carson attended Quarterly meeting at Sulphur Springs Sunday. For whatever you do, be sure and call on A. D. White. Mr. Henry Field returned Louisville yesterday. Note what money-savinCarson & Co. offer you. g from chances are not to see B. Hayworth, of Hortou, called nt our office while in town SatMr. J. Mr. Shelby Taylor, Beaver Dam, graduated with high honors with his class nt the Louisville LawScool last Friday night. He is a talented young man nnd has an exceedingly bright future. Shelby, here's to the fulfillment of your highest ambitions. And bringing the offenders to justice, and their whole social system is disordered. In spite of vigilance, however, a scheme has just come to light that has Diabolical Plots Parents should to it urday. that The Clothes They Wear Are of right stud at the start. mer vacation Sum- and school holidays Both Fair Bros. & Co. want your wool. Bring it to them nnd get the best fine teas and green coffee. prices. New Millinery good arrive every Mrs. Alice Barnett nnd little son, week nt Fair Bros. & Co. Clarancc, of Oweusboro, are in the Ksqr. J. I). Byers and wife, Rosine, city this week. were in town yesterday. V. flinchee, Select, and Mr. pr..G. Mrs. Lizzie Gregory Walker, LouisThomas II. Faught, Morton, callel at ville, visited in town this week. our office Monday. Rev. R. D. Bennett South Carroll-ton- . spent a day or two in town the first of the week. Mrs. A. J. Casey, ol Owcnsboro, is visiting the familyof her father, Judge fi. Dudley Walker. The case of the Commonwealth Shoes that were made to walk in, against W, A. Kd wards for cutting at Fair Bros. & Co's. Wm. Bradshaw recently, came up beAsk to sec Stevens &" Hardwick's fore P. Morton, lastSatur-da- y Judge John and the defendant waived an trial and was held to answer at the next term of the Circuit Court and his bond was placed at $250, which was executed. Post-office, The combination to .keep up, against the protest ol the public, ihigh prices on Clothing and Furnishing Gcods in this city, as well as other articles of general wear. Has been dealt, and prices have been revolutionized. The people demanded it and CARSON & CO. complied with the demand. The day of high prices is past and low prices will hold full sway. The monopolistic march, has been Blown to Pieces give a severe test to the goods and the workmanship, Just Right FAIR BROS. & CO. make a spec- Should be ial feature of Boys' Clothing. style, finish, quality and PRICES In Attorney E D. Guffy went to yesterday on legal business. He returns Har-dinsbu- FAIR BROS. & CO'S Messrs Marvin and Jesse Bean are the residence of Dr. J. F. Pendleton on Union Street. Revs. Giles S. Taylor, Clinton county, and W, D Cox, Whitesville, called at our office Wednesday, CLOTHING Is i the thing. Mr. V. M. Stewart and daughter, ' Mm. Kd. Stewart, Beda, gave us a pleasant call Wed- Missjanie, and nesday. Mary Rev. Duncan, of McIIcnry, spent Sunday in town, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Felix. 1 Little and CommonAttorney J. F. Rowe, of Owcnsboro, were in the city Monday and Tuesday. J fn. MiTclaaiuTTlrs. ' I I Judge L. wealth's The best bargain in farm implements, plows, wagons, buggies, carts etc., are to be found at Taylor & Co's. Beaver Dam. They are headquarters in their line. Little Verda, a daughter of Prof. R. D. Welbornc, of Rockport, was badly scalded last week, by the overturning of a kettle of boiling wa'er. The child will recover. Ibices for ladies t: Ti.nr. tahi.k. List of letters remaining in the Hartford which ifnot call ed for in thirty days, will be sent to Mr. W. II. Moore, of Sulphur the dead letter office: K. B. Allen, Mrs. Springs, came down yesterday. Ellen Bell, Mr. McMillcr, Mrs. LilMr. K. P. Moore, of Sulphur lian Jones, G. T. McHoney, Mrs. K. II. Johnson, W.K.Meek, M. Thomas Springs, was in town yesterday. Marshal, Mr. Gabe Wright nnd Rev. Wool, ginseng, feathers and eggs Jesse White. W. II. Griitin, P.M. wanted at Fair Bros. 8: Co's store. Rolla Sanders, who broke jail here Call on A. D. White and get wire some three weeks ago, is slid to be cloth for windows and doors. going around his home in the north- A revival begins at the Methodist ern part of the county. He was seen Church about the first Sunday in at Reynolds Station last Thursday June. and has been seen at various other Rewards Call on Stevens 8c Hardwick and times since his escape. get the worth of your time and mon- amounting to $125 await to gladden the purse of the man who runs him ey. in. The latest bit of scandal in town is A crowd of about eight hundred the scandalously low prices at Carson people gathered at Prentis last Sun& Co's. day to attend the dedication of the Stevens & Hnrdwick will give the new Slaty Creek Church. The day best bargains in the grocery line. was bright and beautiful and though Try them. quite warm, was not excessively hot. Stevens & Hard wick want your Rev. John O'Brien, of Dawson, who ptoduce, and it will pay you to see assisted in the revival at Prentis last them before selling. fall, preached the dedicatory sermon and Rev. S. J. Stear.sman, the pastor, The Rosine School, taught by Prof. offered thededicatory prayer. Revs. R. R. Wedding, closed a very successA. B. Smith and G. W. Gordon, T ful session yesterday. II. Bellmain and II. P. Brown You can put on scollops for very were among the visiting ministers. little money if you buy your em- No collections for church debt was broideries at Carson & Co's. taken on the grounds, as the house is Mr. Sid J. Myers, the popular sales- entirely paid lot, a record very unuman of Mendel Gosling & Company, sual. The people are justly proud of their beautiful and convenient house Louisville, hatters is in town. of worship. Mrs. Caroline Townsend, of New York, arrived yesterday to visit her brother, Judge John C. Townsend. first-clns- A Vicious Blow And the people are released from the bondage m which they have so long been held. Henceforth they will" get a guaranteed quality and extensive assortment to choose from, at prices which are the lowest of the low. There is an end to all things. The crisis that for so long Arrested Buns1 In the balance has burst upon us and through the dim vista of the future content and happiness can be seen for those who trade at CARSON & CO. wi:st. KFFIXTIVKAI'KU. 8, 1894,4:25 P' m' 11:48 a. nt. No. 5, Mail 11:25p.m. No. 7, Lim. Kx No. 31, (Local) 4.J5P- - First-clas- s hay and corn, first-clas- s The ladies must have spring dresss and accommodations, For meal and lard, call on A. I), es. You can't expect them to go rigs in every respect, at Casebier & BurWhite. about looking like frights. Carson & ton's. For the best stoves on earth, callon Co. will furnish the goods and you can easily pay the bills. Mr. and Mrs. R. 15. Lee Simmer-maA. D. White at Carson 8c Co. POSITIVELY! n, p&- - Johnson City, Tenn., are visitRev. D. F. Kerr, Presiding Elder Arise nnd rejoice in one of Carbon & of the Green River District, M. IT. ing the family of her father, Mr. J, Co's $10 suits. Church, and Rev. J. B. Ferryman and W. Ford. Just received at A. D. White's, new J. C. Chamberlain, of No Creek, were Try our 25ceuthoae regular made lin of tinware pleasant callers Monday. KAST. Hermsdorf dye.opera length the best Messrs. Marlin Keith nnd George 12:50 p. m. Marriage license since our last e hose ever sold for the money at Car-so- u No. 6, Mail Piatt are the Commercial port: U. G. Mcl'herson to Miss Maude 3:2s a. " No. 8, Lim. Kx & Co. Hotel. 5:54 a. Hawkins, C M. Cule to Miss Mary No 32, (Local) Remember that A. D. White has a H. Mkkkick. Ag't, Beaver Dam. Mrs. S. M. Baird is visiting her A. K. Johnson. Colored J. W. Acton few more barrels of salt at one dollar daughter, Mrs. J. R. Crawford, of to Miss Samanlha Brackin. per barrel, but will not have any very Ousnsboro. The country has long been looking long at that price. Mr.-C- . F. Schapmire,who has suf- to Congress for relief, but the people fered an attact of inflamatory rheumaof our city look nearer home. They It is no disgrace to be poor, but look to Carson & Co. for relief from people who know how cheap Fair tism is able to be out again. prices and find what they want. Bros. & Co. are selling their fine line The town was painted a deep crim- high of dress goods, say there is no need of Mr. G. B. Hocker and daughter, son last Saturday night in the reguMiss Klla Hocker, tormer residents of dicssiug shabily. lation Wild West style. thiscouuty, but now of Sutherland, Miss Mary Cox, who has been visDr. J. E. Pendleton and Messrs. Daviess county, have been spending n, Wm. Foreman KVKRVnODY CAN CRT A NKAT iting her uncle, Mr. W. A. Brother-tofriends Rowan Holbrook, several days with 'their old of Owensdoro, has returned ANDCOMFORTABLK and acquaintances in and near town. and J. C. Westerfield went up the home, River Tuesday on a fishing excursion. Many of the followers of Coxcy Capt. Cox expects to join them toCol. W. M. M. Beaty was arrested have deserted his army, but those day. and tried last Wednesday week, at who started out trading with Fair for breach of the pea' e, and Cromwell, Bros. & Co., have staid right by them AT SCHAPMIRE'S. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Morton, formfined $S. and will do so to the finish, if they erly proprietorsoltheSulphurSprings, Mrs. K B. Pendleton leaves this continue selling the best goods at the Solt, Flexible and Positively Com but now living at Whitesville, will fortable. Comfort costs no more than morning for Tallapoosa, Ga , where lowest price. move to Southern California, where art of Fitting Feet she will visit her father, Mr. W. T. discomfort and the is an established fact. It is better to King. Mr. C, M. Cole, Davidson Station, they will make their future home. be comfoi table, and Miss Mary A. K. Johnson, Sul-pu- r Our people very much dislike to lose Miss Susie May, who has been visThan to suffer. Springs, were married Tuesday them, but they will be a valuable adx iting friends and relatives in Daviess at the home of the bride's parents, dition to the Kentucky colony in the The Correct styles this year county for some time, came home Rev. B. Perry man officiting. Mr. Golden Gate Commonwealth. are very Sensible, J. last Friday. Cole is one of the county's best young Early yesterday morning Marshal Mr. and Mrs. John J. McIIenry men. He was engaged here for sevfor Wm. Lyons and Deputy Marshal G. returned Wednesday from a trip eral months in Yeiser's W. Bunger went out to Hyti to selast year and now owns a half to Louisville, Lexington, Georgetown cure some goods that Edmund nines interest in a large shop at Davidson. and other points. n Hartford, Ky. SCHUPMIRE, His bride is a young woman of much was charged with stealing near ! Rev James Taylor, Rosine who has worth and Tub last winter, Hines' wife brought joins .Rbihmucan several days visiting Fkiday, May 4. 1894. I been spending their friends in many good wishes for out the articles as the officers read hts'daugbter, Mrs. Rowan Hoi brook, their success and happinesj. them from their list, but Edmund Trade with Canon & Co. returned home yesterday. fled. A couple of shots were fired at llnrUhril Water MIIIn Flour. htm, but he only inn the faster. Mr. Harry Roberts came up from See Carson & Co. for Fertilizer, sack choice Fancy Flour Owensboro Sundav morn in er on his Bring your wool to Carson & Co. can be had at 3 2. cents. Try it. To lftrintiiiiil Children, I bicycle, making the distance of 27 It is positively against the rules ol sack of Rough RivTry a Mr. II. C Leach, Ilorton, was in miles in two hours. He returned in er Flour. It only costs you 38 cents. my 'bus lin e for all persons, especial town Monday. the afternoon. You will like it. Best merchants ly children, to hang en to the back Sheriff Stevens went to Louisville Chinn Bros. saw mill, three miles keep it. end of my 'buses while in motion on Wednesday on business. east bf town, was considerably dam the streets, because the practice is " No other medicine his equaled dangerous and may result in serious aged Tuesday by the breaking of a Try our 51 leather oxford. bolt of the cylinder. Los9 about $250. Hood's Sursnparilla in the relief it damages, for which I will not be reCarson & Co. Another misfortune befalling the gives in severe cases of dyspepsh , sponsible. C. L. FirtU). Mr. R. T. Tweedle went to Oweus- young men on the same day was the sick headache, etc. boro last Friday, returning Sunday. mangling of Mr. Lee Chinn's foot by What makes n house a home? The WANTED, Agents in eich counmother well, the children rosy, the Mrs. Jesse Mac Taylor, of Reynolds t the saw, He was raking away dust ty and town to sell the Greatest father in good health and good huStation, is vistiug the family of Mr, when his foot came in contact with mor. All brought about by the use Book of the Age Errors of the RoI the running saw. F. M. Westerfield. of De Witt's Sarsnparilla. It recom man Catholic Church and Sufferings minds itself. L. B. Bean. Mr. U.G. McPherson and Miss Berry Rial came in vVednesday ol the'Murtyrs uuderPollbh PersecuMaude Hawkins, of Deanfield, were morning and gave himself up to Po- tion, with Origin and Progress of the J'rruona "married yesterday at the home of the lice Judge Carson, confessing judg- American .Protective Association (A, And thoM Xcuratfflc nervotuncii reraltlni trouUisl with from car or overwork will bo rvllurod Yj utla bride. ment in three charges, one for breach P. A.) Nearly 700 pages and illustratBrown9 Iron liittrra. aenula toutrdemrtrnaJcrrHlrvylllnionwropper. Rev. D. F. Kerr, Presiding Elder ot the peace, one for abusive language ed with 44 full paged engarvings. of the Green River District, M. H. and the other for drunkenness. Fined Send 50c at once for complete outfit ' Church and Chaplain of the Kentucky $5 in each of the two first cases, and and terms. Special terms given on Maiif Persona Department of the G. A. R.,will de- $( in the last. Costa $4 80, making a other fast selling works. iro hroLon CqmxCX ont omwiTko ho tin hold '" llrowiiVi I roil Hitter J, IL Chamukrs& Co., liver the oration on Decoration Day total of $15.80, It all comes of the rebuilt the yu;m. ulU riUcitlop, rcnvives cz St Louis, Mo. revelry. Saturday night 914 Locust St., fwmirhflc autliuhrfituUiU. U thogtnulo. at Shinkle Chapel, May 30. We have something to SAY this week and we claim the attention of the people. FOR THE CURE 07 Catarrh, Scrofula, Bolls, Eczema, Carbuncles, Sores, -- OUR MAY SUITS-- - And all Other Skin Diseases. EQUALLY EFFECTIVE IX FROM Rheumatism, Dyspepsia, Nervous Debility, SAHKERS 10 IB. to buy, and we are ready to sell, so we feel Ayer's Sarsaparilla that this notice will be read with interest, Hat cured others, will cure you. and our trade will be largely increased, SEASON OF 1804. hence our appearance in print this week, REGISTERED. STANDARD. to call attention to our Impure Blood. and all complaints originating In In Styles and prices are superb. The young men and youths of the country want SPECIAL LINES OF CLOTHING Which are on the market at PKICES to please the customers. Our Bargain Coun ter will be of interest to those wanting "Odds." Come at once. NO. 5006. SAM "ROWELl," This fine and grandly bred young Stallion will make the present season ot 1894 on Monday and Tuesday at our jj- - MpisrS SkS. black-smith-sho- I I Cal-boo- farm in the Little llend, four miles southeast of Prentis; Wednesdays and Thursday at our stable at Beaver Dam; Fridays and Saturdays at A. C. Kllis", 3 miles north ol Ilartlord, and will be permitted to serve mares at $12. 00 to insure. Money due when the fact is ascertained or mare trans (erred. Marcs 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 Sowdeiis & Sons, Beaver Dam. HOCKER & CO Subscribe for The Republican and the Louisville Weekly Both Commercial. papers one year for only $1.25, in ad vance. And those desiring certificates should write for catalogue of The Teachers Training School. A summer course. Opens June 4th, R. E. Crockktt, Principal, Hlkton, Ky. Rockport Lodge no 312 P. & A.M. meets regularly every first and third Saturday night. W. A. Bell, W. M. J. D. Maddox, Sec'y. Pedigree. Model "Sam Rowel!," 1 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. Descriition. "Sam Rowell" is $Vi hands high, foaled in 1887, sound lu every way, very handsome bay with little white on hind coronets, and is a kockI looker. He is double gaited, and can pace or trot cbse to 2:40. He is quietly disposed, a splendid breeder, and transmits his good qualities and htyle to his progeny. Record 2:30; he by Iexington Chief, Jr., 2103, by Lexington Chief, For the occasion of the Southern go589. First dam Maude T., by Blue Bull, Jr , 2878. Second dam bySelPs Baptist Convention, tickets will be Model Record 2:30 on sale tor train No. 7 May 8th and Black Hawk. m (sire of Granville K, 2:29) by Lex- for trains of May 9, 10, 11 and 1294, ington Chief, Jr., 2103 (sire of WaitWill Leave at $23,55 for the round trip, limited Beaver Dam about 19th or 26t ol u ing, 2:24) Daisy RM 2:25;, Belle, 2:28 l, by Lexington to 3 day3 each way with extreme April. All persons wanting first-claChief 586, sire K. W. Twichel, 2:30; limit ot 30 days from date of sale. photographic work, I will be by Get our prices on Job Wok before ing elsewhere. Lex-ingto- ss The "Big Baptist Train" will leave Memphis via. "Cotton Belt1 at 11 a. m. Wednesday, May 9, and arrive at Dallas 7 a. in., May 10th. H. Mkkkick, Agent. glad to make them. the Instantaneous Pictures. Come to your Photos, whexe first-clawork. ss Remember I use Process for Baby Beaver Dam for you always get Yours truly, A. D. Taylor. Wiifl MaMIt at how wlta- OfM X5S5ES this A good second hand cart. Call at office or address the. Republican rrlt. .a ,fj . , 0ft ijfmmmiw fnip Hani hi rss5WtuJiil'll,JWWIfl'W31 JOCfW , -- !wn am.v.iywqr' Hartford Republican FRIDAY, May 4, ONC I094. A nAT DID IT. Lively Niglit in the Home of an In The family 'had loliml early, and nil were bleeping peaeefully, when suddenly the wife sprang from hci hod tittering a string of htaeeatto scream. Tho children were instantly awakened, and, as visions of murderers and robber dawned upon their minds they joined lustily in the pandemonium that their mother had started. The husband rushed from hi room and ainly inquired us to His the cause of tho screaming. wife and children had apparently lost nil control of themselves, and the poor man rushed around tho room wrhiKlntf his hands, expecting every moment something supernatural' to appear before his eyes. Finally the cauo of all the excitement was explained by the appearrat in the bed ance of a In which his wife had been sleeping. The appearance of the animal only created fresh fear in the minds of the mother and children, who were by this time almost convulsed. The husband did not attempt to assure them that there need be no fear from such an animal, but sought to hill it. First ho seized two sabers that had seen service in the late war and rnshed for the intruder; but the rat was not to be vanquished. Chap-mathen rushed to. tho rear part of his yard and secured a choice assortment of sledgo.hammer.s, crow bars, clubs, axes, bricks and stones. "With these he entered the house and offered battle to the animal, "which, with dexterity and rapidity, avoided all contact with In the tho implements of war. meantime the others of the family did not cease in their screaming, and the husband was urged to greater efforts than before. lie sprinted for the rat, but the animal dodged all moves. In desperation the husband hastily left the house to hunt for a policeman and also for a dog. Mrs. Shafer, wife of "Doss" Shafer of the police department, w ho lives at 'J35 Blake street, heard the noise and hurried to the rescue. On entering the house she found Mrs. Chapman and her children standing on chairs and tables. It was impossible for Mrs. Shafer to ascertain the cause of tho excitement. She hastily left the house to gie warning to the neighbors, but as she reached the gate she met Mr. Chapman returning with a dog. No policeman could be found, so tho husband had picked up a stray dog and returned with It. 'Tor goodness sake, hush and give the dog a chance," shouted he, as ho urged the dog to scent for the rat, which was finally located in a bed. The dog did not receive the rat with open arms, but tucked its tail under its body and tied through an open door. The rat, apparently the coolest one of all in tho house, seeing the open door, leisurely made Its way toward It and disappeared In tho darkness The rest of the night was spent in searching for the relatives of the intruder, but none were found. Indianapolis Journal. full-grow- n u dfana Man. Tho fnmlly of William Chapman had a lively experienco recently. lo lib Intel, as anyhjvnot one who knows anything of American politics can very well testify. "The best and wisest" are swallowed up and silenced in the crowd. There Is, indeed, a good deal of truth in Lord Shorbrooke's humorous illustration of democracy. Ho compared it to the passengers In an omnibus trying to turn the driver off tho box and get hold of the reins themselves; with what result we uro left to imagine. Mncmillnn's- - Magazine. Particular In Their Dlot. The ten thousand New York ladles who bought lizards to wear forgot that In winter there urn no flloa for liards to eat. If these chameleons could have been trained to eat croton bugs and roaches they would hnvc'bcen fat and happy lizards, and their mistresses would not now bo unhappy women. St, Lou's irwn-yPoat-Dispatc- h. :,VJi;"Tdtfa??gg,wy"ii-'- w' 'uujj. rmwi"L. our com enience and comfort and for the mam couttcsies thcyhavc ex'ent1-e- d to their visiMng comrades. , l,MgJWfr'-lM,tfcrt- Jj I.J, IIakni.s. ALUUiir Scorr, K. II. HonsoM, . 1 You Need Flesh. When you arc without healthy flesh you are weak somewhere, or cImj your food does not nourish you. W. II. IloKTON', Com. m itnt' r " WILLIAM TELL r Enwi.f Fomws. KNCAMPMICNTNOrivS. oufAohzr TO USE NO OTHER Flower for Dogs. The adornment of housedogs with bunches of (lowers attached to their collars "whene'er they take their walks abroad" is the latest society "fad," and if it continues to glow will coon make Fifth avenue a sort of canine flower show. "Ollie" Teall essayed to start the fashion six years ago, when his handsome St. Bernard, who always then accompanied him, wore invariably a huge bunch of violets in his collar, but the St. Bernard died and no one followed "OllioV load. It has remained for Mr. Oebhard and Mls Morris to again start the fashion. Miss MoiriV pug, who accompanies her on her walks, ahays wears a bunch of iolets at his collar and it has hfcn widely copied. Philadelphia Times. An Artist's Satire. There is a singular story told of the year's production of pictures by the artists of Paris, doubtless- by way of bat ire of the way in which certain painters pull the wool over the eyes of the public. Oaenrilst, it is said, has covered a canvas with nothing whatever but a thick cloud of black paint, in which nothing whatever is distinguishable, and ho proposes to exhibit the cainas under this title: "Night attack of negroes on our black troops in Dahomey!" Youth's Companion. A Dusy Girl. It was the tiny daughter of a clergyman of this city who was recently asked to accompany her mother on a wall;. was her positively spoken answer, "1 can't go." "Why not V" "No," "I have to help papa." "In what way?" "Ho told me to sit hero In this corner and keep quiet while ho wrote his sermon, and I don't believe he is half through yet. "Washington Star. The Referendum a Mistake. h. . .: quantity. Parliamentary representatives either are or' should be men of greater knowledge and ability than tho mass of thoso they rep. resent, and the people which elect a number of worthless representatives sagacity, will probably be wanting in political The referendum rightly looked at is really a step of retrogiessioa; it offends the ropiosoutatlvo system and grievously diminishes thu dig. nity of pailinmcnts, Its root principle is, in a word, the principle of numbers it is the apotheosis of majorities; an appeal from quality to AIuzzliil, whose faith in the people was almost a religion, spoke of "the great aud beautiful ensign of democracy, tho progress of all through all under tho leading of the best and wisest." Very tfood; but where tho referendum is applied what becomes of "the leading of the best aud wisest"'- - tA.ft!iLjBt fiuch.a lead- - aB Tin Ilrpnrtiiii'iit KiuHinpinrnl, 4.A.lt. Supurin-tende- nt IIovi.!Ntt Giu:i;n Ky., April n, This city is in full holiday at1894 Hublio, fiENTLEHEH of tire. The National colors' arc floatfire ing from the college, city hall, 35, 84 and 83.50 Dress department an Jothcrpuhlichuildings, XiadaL . V 83.50 Police Shoe, 3 tolee. while the most of the business houses : 82.60, 82forWorklngmen. decand many private residences are 82 and SI.75 for loye. orated with flags, banners and buntTfff a ings, whose bright colors are gaily m aak LADIES AND MISSES, ha av? Church and School Furnishing Gompany.fjj floating in the morning breeze. ' 83, 82.50 82, $1.75 siP T. Commander Department CACTION.-- U tBfdMUr oOrrs you W. I. DoufflM Klwood Uvecy and Staff, Gen, 12. II. atVrff"..- -. .MHM 4T lion Ml reduMd nrltu. ir anys ha bat them withHobson, Col. Harvey M. Buckley and ia mc l)cST4rf out Hi uninci flam i ml other prominent members of the Grand ob wa Douum, pus Bin c 1BU.W , UIIIIP uown Mir '"V. IN ,. hi r.TtS Army and the members of the Relief Corps and the Louisville Drum Corps arrived on the 7 o'clock train, while many others arrived during the night W. L. DOUGLAS Khoc are thIMi, easy fitting. Mid give Utter and with the local militiary in full MtUiUuluii at ihi! priid mlcitbcil than nnv other nule. Try one pair nnd be con hutil. The damping ot V. I.. Douglas' nunc nml prkc on the bottom, whUh uniform, Bowling Green has never K iiruiitett their tabic, iti t!iou.ouN of 1n"ir annually to thine who wear them, witnessed such a scene since the arbcilere vhopudi tlivnlc f W. I.. JiHi"lit Shoe i;alo ctuloimrs, which help to their full line of ihmU, ii, mil nfT.ml to aril at n ! Increase the sale ot my of 186165, occupied the streets arnflt. r minify lit liutlng thn dealt r advi n ro ?w!lrn 3u run trvtt U'.mi tiitlcUitw i I . jrmir foutwrnr ofrock ton, Maaa. their city, as their streets presented U.ai Uiluw. Citnloi u 1. XKlUtlUAH, U SmEtHUL inT)L4Tiita trovis JCfcTB GtoatufMtti mooclo LilluC UuU F. KfilMPHOW. Sulphur SpnngaVKy. this morning. The Encampment was held ltt the Opera House, which was very elaborately decorated for the ocCincinnati, Ohio, U. S. JL J. C. BflOGKE, Pres. and Cetfl Wgr. casion. EncampGen. Wvcey opened the ment at 10 o'clock, with prayer by the OITICK OF SUPKIMNTKNIJBNT") -- TO SIJU TllJi- acting Chaplain, Rev. D. F. Kerr. public ixsruucnoN, The morning and evening session es. Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 17. ISiH. ) Since my return from the Encamp was taken up in the general rotation Excelsior School Desk Co.. L hieiiuiuti, 0 ol annual Encampment business and meat Commander O'Riley has furUKNTLnMKN: Having examined with tome care the Map, Churl., closed by the election of Commander nished me with the following list of e Comrades, other than those in Louis- Globe and Bl.tckli.unl Material which ou propo-- to oiler to the cchool ol aud Senior Vice Commander, At night the Opera House was open- ville, to work for the National En- tliH State under the law requiring Mich illugtrulive apparatus, I can recomed to all and was fdled to its utmost campment to beheld at Louisville in mend them as being of good material, nod uoikniaimhip, and Mutable lor capacity. 1S95: Col. John B. Carlisle, Lebanon; the use of our teachers. Your plan to mII them 111 combination, mid ihii-The Louisville Juvenile Drum Corps Col. Ed Farley, Padueah; C. A. Ana you assure me, very materially reduce the price of the whole, U to be C and the local Orchestra at intervals derson, Hopkinsville; Col. M Hutchins, Masvilieand Col. W. B. commended, and especially to im your outfit is made to cover substantially discoursed some excellent music. Mill ward, Lexington. Thewelcomeaddresswasdeliveredby course as laid di.vwi i:t Sec. 21 ol the School Law. our whole The While at the Encampment I was Hon. John M. Wilkins, of Bowling four classes you have arranged, liom which tru-temay chooe, at specific Green, and short addresses were made presented with the silken badge of rauging from 825 to Joo for complete outfit, U a gieat point in by Gen. E. II. Hobson, Col. H. M. the Woman's Relief Corps, which they prices Buckley, President Uowden, Col. J.W. told me I had fairly won. On the your favor Smock, Assistant Gen. of Indiana, evening of the nth while they were in session at the M. E. Church I callaud others. Thursday morning the parade, ed on them on offichl business and which was the main feature of the after delivering my message I requesEncampment occurred and was wit- ted permission to address a few words nessed by thousands from the side- of encouragement to them which they C. of walks and windows. It was partici- granted me and at the close of my pated in by the militarycompany, the remarks and while yet in the pulpit fire Department, city police, city off- the Past Piesident pinned the badge icials, members of the Grand Army, oftheorderon my military coat, re He will save you MOXKV by Iltiytn from HIM. Will Women's Relief Crops, Louisville marking with others that I had won tell you a Hii.'j.'y, Hnrncw, Lap Dinternnil Wbip from 00.00 Drum Corps and the city brass band. it. I think I was the only member of The parade lormed at 10 o'clock at the Grand Army that wore home the up to 7f.)0. The Davis Ciirriagc Company has tho reputa7 sp F' 44i r?n corners ot Eighth and College Streets Bowling Green Bndge of the Woman's tion ol building tin? best Dupgy for the money of nny Factory Emvix Fokm:s, and moved down Eighth to Adams, Relief Corps. P. C. & A D. C. to Commander-in-chieMain,, State, Fourteenth, and then to in Cincinnati. ' (INCORPORATED.) the public square, where it was reTho srront practical Business TralntnK.7)oo1;-Kpoptnf- r nnd Shorthand viewed by the grand officers and disOolleueK. Thy irtvu a lussport to hiihiiici iiiiilftu'rci, iit.ilooofroo. Knos tipeniur, I'uVt, .1. F. FIhIi, Poo'y, Addiess .spncorino College at USCLCSS FURNITURE. missed. Louisville, Ky.r Owensboro, Ky., or Evansvllle, Ind. The afternoon scssiou on the 12th Merchant1 Had to Pay a Peasant for Throwing a Princo at H'm. opened with a visit from the Women's Piinci Afoxuiulcr Ilariutiuski was Relief Corps, who after delivering the: the hero their report for the fiscal year, paid a law&uits of a very umu&hitf series of Joilah Allen's WKt'i f ew Bock a .short time iijjn, buys tsassssvaV n H touching tribute ot respect to the r 2k2 60,000 COPieS SOLD IN LES.8 THAN Votu ITo way pitched out of a THREE MONTHS. tuemoiy ot one of theirmembers, Mrs. flrst-lloo- r TOO pages. oer Ufi illustration, handtotnr bindintc window of tho homo of a warns n. SallicT O'Riley, who died at her wealthy merchant at Kief, who YOU CAN MAKE MORE MONEY sel)ir0 Sunday, found reasons for objecting to Ids Lcitchfield, AN'D- in home "Samantlia" than in Any Other Way. "SsvuyslLLj i March 18, 1894. On leaving the presence. A Kcrt Read i - J S J AGENTS WANTED. tar: whil orders Ilk fall was brolten by a peasant K nlit stage they left the beautiful banner of en my way home about 3 squares " "II Koes D TrTl T T m A mt the Woman's Relief Corps draped in passing under tho window at tho like dot cakes Took seventeen orders this 1 1 1 Thirty-onnames taken I Ti fif Ii? mornioe " mourning on the vacant chair. After tii.ie, who received on Ids head the The tsek nlli ttitlf Xmr cs vssti It. I'nct s, full weight of the prince body, by mail or through a gent i, Cloth, K&T; Half A jtwim 7 ? ? T f ? T t the departure of the ladies Uie Departm AtV Russia. II 00 Handsome nrofnectus and outfit Z I Mtn! nearly (ru.hed thereby. Lawlor agents iidir a million copies sure 10 do ment business was resumed aud clos- suits followed. sold. Will cell all this year. Good live cgents earn t'fi to f 100 per week. Write at ed with the selection of a place for SdmamtAa MttU tk$ lukt of Krroyna. Oncof thcia vrc-- tl.stof the peasonce ror terms to agents. the meeting of the next Encampment. ant, who sued the princ for damago PUBLISHING CO.. 005 ARCADE. OLEVELAND, O. N. G. HAMILTON " THE The following Department officers i.dlicted by falling upon him. Tho prince, in turn, summoned the merand delegates were elected for the enI hey Wnot .Nhiiicn. WHEN YOU GO TO 0WENSB0F0 Dan chant for having thrown him out of Commander, suring year. The Kuhscll Art Publishing Co., GALLON Ids window. Philadelphia de-- j O'Riley, of Lcitchfield, Kentucky; Arch Street, The judges experienced consider- ofo2S Senior Vice Commander,!. W. Ham and address of a few able diilieulty in coming to a de sire the names monds, Louisville; Junior Vice Com cision in tho eases: It was manifest people in every town who are interT2ZS E'.rfOT'OCHi.AIXEXS, mander, Col. E. T, Mattingly, Bow- that the inoujik was entitled to damested in works of art, aud to secure ling Green; Chaplain Rev, D. F. Kerr, ages for having been half crushed by them they ofier to send free, "Cupid Foi the finest and Most Artistic Work, of Bowling Green; Historian, G. W. the falling prince. On the other Guides the Boat," a superbly execut- any size or style. Frederica St.t Wiween Hartford, Kentucky hand, it was hard to make the latter ed water color picture, sue 10x13 Srdandlth. Sanders, of May field; Medical Direc6m87 tor, Dr. B. F. Porter, of Louisville: responsible, for the result of his inches, suitable for framing, and .sixnmsammmKanmammmmmmmmm journey through the air, which ho teen other pictures about same size, Assistant Adjutant Gen. P. S.Bruner, had certainly undertaken much Lcitchfield; Assistant Quartermaster in colors, to any one sending them at against hi? will. and address of ten Gen. R. C. Haelip. ofLicchfiefd At tho same time it was difficult once the names The election of delegates to the to blatno the husband for turning persons (admirers of fine pictures) tostamps to t Pittsburg Encampment resulted in tho prince out of his house in tho gether with six i . SSHSBBOlluT The thcelcction of Col. R. M. Kelley, of mailing, etc. cover expense drastic manner above described. R. M. Buckley, Lewis RobAfter much deliberation, tho regular price of these pictures is $t, inson, S. T. Jack, W. T, Morrow, courts finally determined to mako but they can all be secured Iree by John Fowler, A. J. Hanson, and Dr. tho merchant responsible for tho any person forwarding the names and J. F. Kimblcy. Alternates, A. N. damages, basing their deeihiou on a stamps promptly. of Czar Paul I.t bearing tho Ledon, Statcat-large- , J. B. Browning, ukase 1791): Koti; The editor of this paper has datoof B. Hicks, Edward Douglas, T. II. J. already received copies of above pict"Every man has a right to throw Ninekirk, W. G. Force, Win, Adair out of tho window into the street ures and considers them really"Geuis aud Albert Scott. any useless piece of furniture that of Art," 40 4t The next Annual Encampment may happen to bo in Ids house, prowill beheldinliopkiusville, Christian viding that ho takes tho precaution PENNYROYAL PILLS PARK to call out three times beforehand county. Female Regulator, uro perfectly tale and always lelia Before the meeting adjourned the to tho passerby: "luku enrol' failing which he is liable to a municipal bio. For all Irregularites, painful following resolutions were adoptline of twenty-fivroubles, nod is Menetruatimia, Suppression?, Iliey ed aud ordered published: financially responsible for any accinever Jail to allord a speedy nnd cerwe heartily tender KksoxvKd, That dent which his negligeneo may have tain relief NOEXPERIMENT.but the thanks of this department to the occasioned." a scientific aud positive reliel,uiioplcti All citiens of Bowling Green lor the iif- Tho court held that tho prince at only after yeaia of experience. kind treatment received while we the time of his summary ejectment orders supplied direct from our oN xi have been your guests and for the was a "useless and superlluous pieco fide. Price- per package, 81 00, or . TE-otaste displayed in the decorations of of furniture" in tho house of tho six packages fnr $5.00, by moil pt-paidEVERY PACKAGE GUAR your beautiful city and we assure you merchant, but that the latter had We are manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal directly with failed before throwing tho prince ANTEEI). Particulars (sealed) 4c. that the friendly and kind greeting All Correspondence strictly ConlU he consumer, thus saving him the per rent, usually paid ta middle men. Our prices ar c res out of tho window to warn tho we have received will never be forgot-topedestrians below, as required by dcutial. PARK REMEDY CO. Respectfully, guarantee satisfaction. onable. and we . Boston, Mm 8, law. Kksom'KD, That we tender our sinAccordingly, tho court condemned cere thanks to the Commander of J. tho merchant to pay tho fino of yturatyto Vcmoub And those troubled ultli nurv outness retuUlat T. Kinuaird Post, No. 55, and Capt. twcntyHvo roubles and four thoutan or overt ork will b ruUevtU ry Ukiag Houway Post, No. 88 for the excellent sand roubles damaies to tho ncas- - from JJvotvn'tt Iron JMttrl gbuum Owensboro, Ky. nnd coiupletenrraugements made for anif besides tho costs. Lai trade mtuk auJ crossed rod Uims oo wnpytb ah lUPlliP Thin or gray hair and bald heads, so displeasing to many people as marks of nge, may be averted for a long time by using Hall's Hair Rene wer. The Louisville Juvenile Drum Corps have changed ther uniforms front the army uniform to the navy. Col. II. M. Buckleydclivcred a cry fine address at the Opera Home on the night of the nth. Prominent among the Grand Army men at the encampment was Col H. M. Buckley, Commander of the famous Louisville Legion, after Col. Lov-e- ll Rousseau was promoted to the po sition of Brigadier, aftcrwaid Major General. The citiens of Bowling Green know how to make a stutcccss of a public meeting in their city and the hotels are the best in the State. Company A. .sd Regiment Kentucky State Guards, now stationed at Bowling Green is one of the choice bodies of troops I have ever met. They are all intelligent young men aud arc from the best families in Howling Green. One of the most interesting scenes during the parade was President II. H. Cherry's Normal School drawn up in uniform lines in front of the college. After the parade I, in company with one of the Sergeants, returned to the college and had a pleasant interview with President Chcrrv. Before I left the College betook me through the various departments and showed me some very artistic work on the blackboard left over from Columbus Day and Washington's Birth Day. He appeared to regret that I had not visited his school before he had dismissed it for the day, as he wanted to give me an opportunity to talk to his scholars. While at Bowling Green I had an interview with Dr. Turner, of the late Gen. Speed S. Fry. The doctor went with me to his residence and introduced me to the General's only daughter. She is much like her father and appeared very much dejected while talking about him She will aid me in the writing of the General's life and public servicson-in-la- w Scott's Emulsion of Cod-livewith hypophosphitcs of lime and soda, finds weak spots, cures them, and stores up latent strength in solid flesh to ward off di sease. Pftysi-cuwsf the world over, endorse it r, - SOAP FOR LAUNPRY ANPHOUSEHOLP PURPOSES. THAN V "V WRgTTE JT IS FAR SUPERIOR TO ANYOTHER IN THE MARKET ANP IS MADE. ONLY 0Y SCOTT'S EMULSION euros Coughs, Colds, Wuak Lungs and Wasting Diseases. Prepared by Scott & Bownc, N. Y. Druggists sell It. EIOELSiOR SCHOOL DESK ODF1 CO. N K FAlRBANKftCO. ST. LOUIS. The lit t Shoe! Mnnrv. GJsrxjsransnsrjk.'rx lion. Ed. Porter Thompson, of W. L DOUGLAS tho State, Instruction has the following; to say in regard to the goods of this Company pJExcelsier $3 SHOE m el rl iho. 'wf1 UiLr-Tz.'.i. m l$wn Xk. St,5k:V" s" of 1 Come to Hartford s es 11 These Goodsnrc perfectly reliable mid the Company is represented by a man. home SPRING OPENING Appb to Ihiinncs iust from the Davis Carriage Company. L. Field's car f. s n i MCUSINESS So come and judge for yourself. SAMANTHA at WORLD'S FAIR, W i 2TSW YORK IfCC KLY TRIBUNE t r i e be-in- ,'; imvwv evv ONE YFAR r? m v &AAA.I M ,T- I Fill V K , C.Theo.Cain, Address all orders to HARTFORD KFPUMJCAN, HefC'S SHuJiaYB.3'4t'JSslSBM two-cen- Stite-at-Iarg- e, WiBtiIiP!IMP pra e WU1 X.ils.e. ' n. F. A. AMES & PO, &a0 am j&B&kkMk fun.. ?.. M;j4mi.' &! j a