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Hrandent(irK ,..,. l03p. m. West Point... t " p. m. Ar.LouUvlllo.... 11:11a.m. , 11.35 r. m. 12: IB t. tn. l:ol t. m. , WiAt. P. No. 6i, Daily. , lulu p. in. lo.'tl p. in. lit 1 p.m. ll.Mp m. 12 2i a. in Ko.ftl, DAi'y 3: Mp. m. 3 'SI 6 uA 5.&7 tian County Will Furnish Kentucky's Next Sec ond Officer. sr rcrt a ov:n:2.Te:ra. 0fiilw ... p. nu p. 4:iA p. rt ftJVIp.ftl p. lit fi.lt p. id. 7.0A p, m, 7 BfS p.m. P M p. m. Jl p. Til. TsslnsNo.ftl and .No. bX make ronnecllen a Loui-vlllIrvlnRton (Mumhy excepted) with trains on HurlinstHirir A Westrni H. K., iftft nd west TNiumL For further Infonnatlon, ftddress II. C, MOHDUK, Oeo. Ta'r Ak' Louisville, Ky. t Cotton Belt Route Louis Southwestern Ry.; (St. Arkansas, Texas With through Cur Service from TO THE ONLY LINE TO BIS MS. No change of Chw lo OK INTEKMEDITB I'OINTS. Two Daily Tj Carrying through Conchen anil Traversing tho Pullman Sleepers. finest farming, grazing slid timber lauds. Autl reaching the most prosperous towns and cities in tho ais Great Souxliwests YeiUling corn and cotton, and especially adapted to tho cultivation of small traits and early vegetables. Affording GRAZING LANDS. during almost the excellent pasturage entire year, and comparatively close to tho great markets. TIMBER LANDS. Covered with almost inexhaustible forests of yellow pine, cypres uud tho hard woods commou to Atkansas and Eastern Texas. Can bo procured on learonahle and advantage! u terms. FARMING LANDS. abundant.) all tho eeieal. All lliirNromirct hIIIi anil Imvrtick-?tno- n fcHlrvlnllio Cotton Belt-Rout- e Ask your nearest Ticket Agent for ruaps, time tables, etc., and write to any of the following for all informa tion you may desiro couccrniug the trip to tho Great Southwest. B. T.G.MATTHEWS, Dis't Pass. Agt., Louisqillo, Ky. E. W. LaBEAUME, G. P. &Tkt. AgtM St. Louis, Mo. A. EDSON, Qcn'l Supt., Texarkana, Tix. J. ll CO. &S.W.R.R. (The Mississippi Valley Route.) TO GIN. 3 LOUISVILLE, EVANSVILLE, ANDALLPOINS EAST. TO Memphis, Vicksburg, TO New Or- - AND ALL POINTS SOUTH. St. Loais, Cairo, Chicago, ur.punucAK jiannku. In these terrible Democratic limes thepeoplc of old Democratic Kentucky are turning from the patty of free li trade ideas, starvation wages and doctrines and arc knocking for admission into the household of Republicanism, that bulwark of American independence, protection aud They cannot !ec buMticss enterprise. any good reason lor casting their suffrage at the feet of that proud and haughty autocrat of the heuery. thereby inviting idleness and Coxcyism when by their mere permission that pro dest bird of the air would safelv ferrv them across these dan- gersandintothelaudof plenty. Under circumstances such asthesethc voters of Kentucky see the impending danger of Democratic defeat in the next State election and even now have begun to look among their Republican friends for the most availing men to lead them out of darkness into light From every nook and corner of the good old Commonwealth comes the name of Wm.O. Kradley, Kentucky's next Governor. Then comes thequer-ry- : Who will run for Lieutenant Of all easy questions this the easiest Hon. James Breathitt, of Uopkinsville. He is the son of John V. Breathitt, of this city, at present the policitian of the first water. who is a So on the outset Mr. Breathitt is of necessity n campaigner to the manor bom. He was born in this county in the year 1852 and was graduated in law by the Cumberland University, of Lebanon, Tenn., in 1877. He immediately returned to this city and begun the practice of his profession. He was at once elected City Attorney and continued in said office until 18S1 and 1882, when he reptescntcd Christian county in the State Legislature.. In that body he was the undisputed leader of the Republican side of the House and was voted for by them for Speaker. He was recognized as one of the ablest, if not the ablest man in that body. It was the Hon. James Breathitt, of Christiau county, who first introduced into thai House a bill providing for an equilization of the school tax between the white and colored children of the State. The bill was rejected, however, simply because it was introduced by a Republican and a similar bill, but one introduced by Clarence U. McHlory, of Warren county, was passed in its stead. He was again elected to the Legislature for 1885.6 and was again the Republican caucus nominee for Speaker. From that time up to 1892 he was again City Attorney of Hopkinsville, each time receiving an almost unanimous endorsement, and that, too, without him ever makiug a canvass for the office. As a lawyer, every department of the law considered, he is without an equal in Western Kentucky. He is a student, a close pleader aud an eloquent advocate. As an orator he is without asuperior in the State. A reporter of considerable reputation, who heard his oration at the unveiling of the Confederate Monument in this city, and on which occasion the also Breckenridge d said: "Breathitt's orttion on spoke, that occasion was one of the finest pieces'of oratory I ever heard and, il he was not a Republican, it would be the greatest speech of the day," Asa worker and campaigner he is earnest, energetic, pushing and tireless, as a true man to principle and Such is the always a gentleman. y nominate' for man whom we Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky. Kn-ghbGov-ernoPost-mastsilver-tongueto-da- cast a very perceptible damper upon the enthusiasm of the tennis players If you want a reliable dye that will of Hartford. There has not been a color an even brown orblack, and will game played in more than two weeks please and satisfy you every time, use and it looks like the next thing we Buckinghams'sDyc for the Whiskers. shall see will be the advertisement of the outfit for sale. It is to be hoped though that such an unfortunate state A Hirl Vtniittt to Know. CHICAGO RKCORP. of affairs will not befall that once enThe girl with the inquiring mind thusiastic aggregation of tennis is up to her old tricks again, She worshippers. wants to know: Why is it that when .you hate a Close Quarters. An amusing girl or a man with an especially big incident occurred at the Court House full grown hate, you are forever run- Wednesday, but only a few persons apning into her or him at every corner, preciated the joke. One of the leadlunch room, street car in fact, she ing attorneys of the bar was pleading or he haunts you like an unpaid den- his client's cause with great earnesttist's bill? ness when he said to one of the juryWhy it is that the lamps will burn men, "Mr. , if one of your like veritable beacon lights except 011 boys were to do so and so." The those evenings when you have com- juryman twisted himself in his chair pany, and then they sputtered and aud looked embarassed. The attorflare up aud otherwise conduct them- ney seeing the impression and misselves with an air of perfect imbe- taking it for the one he intended cility. making, continued to speak of Mr. Why it is that an invitation to any contins boys and Mr, sort of a social gathering is a signal ued to look confused. The explanafor a cold to descend upon you and tion is that the juror is a blushing make you wish you were not only bachelor of sixty summers. dead, but buried beneath a granite monument? ('KXTKRTOWN. Why it is that shoes can't be made May 22, 1894. Owing to the May unsqueakable? If there's one thing rainfall, the farmers near this place more than another that will drive a are behind with their work. girl to soda water and other forms of Dr. H. L. King will soon have his drug store completed on Main street dissipation it's squeaky shoes. Why it is that a girl never remem- and it, with its honorable and intellibers the big tear in her best frock gent clerk, will add a great deal to until she is just ready to get into the our little town. Isaac Foster and C. L. Woodward dress? Why it is that we can't be all bright went to Hartford on business. and wjtty like that horrid, pretty best Erna Morton, who is attending school at Hartford, visited his father's friend of ours? family of this place, Saturday and Falor, languiducss, and the appearSunday. He came down on his ance of ill health being no longer fash- bicycle. ionable among ladies, Ayer's Sarsa-pari- lla The colored brother who preached is more largely resorted to as here Sunday was highly honored by a a tonic alterative, nervine, stomache, large audience of white people. aud builder up of the system generMiss Ida Stroud will leave Saturday ally. This is ns it should be. Ayer's for Muhlenburg county where she is the best. will spend a month visiting friends and relatives. l'lymottth Hock lo McKlnley, We contemplate attending a social The famous document entitled which will be given at Mrs. Ann Tariffs from Plymouth "American Render's Saturday night, May 26. Rock to McKinloy" (96 pages), pubMessrs. Will Maddox and 'John T. lished by the American Protective Rone say they never stop for rain Tariff" League, has just been 'revised when they mean business. aud It should be in the Mr. Frank Rone is quite sick with hands of every person who wishes mumps. complete nnd reliable, information Col. Dent'spent several days here upon the Tariff. Sent to any address last week. for iofi cents. Address Wilbur F. There will be an ice cream supper Wakeman, General Secretary, No. given at the residence of Mr. John 135 West 23d street, New York. Greenwood Wednesday night, May I cas?. Like a mule, it has no pride of nnceptrv; no nope 01 prosperity. ;t never originates anything, it shines by borrowed light. It has never been united in honest wedlock, but lived in open adultery with a harlot called slavery; lived with her until she died of corruption, and butted amid the sobs and groans of her paramour. "The atmosphere that surrounds Democracy is full of noxious vapors that breed moral pestilence and death. The sun never shines through it; vice seeks its shadow, and c irruption grows lustily under its influence. Springs of purity ate never found in Democracy. Its waters are torpid, lifeless covered with slime, with which stagnant pools and moveless water that always offend the eye of man. The soil in which Democracy wtt3 cultivated has failed to yield harvests of value to the nation, but has given worthless weeds and briers. "Democracy has no lovcof country; believes in states instead of nations; drives loyalty from its doors and in treason to its habitation; holds the deeds of our soldiers and sailors as naught; strives to blacken the names of our heroes; weeps over the lost cause; hates the blue nnd loves the gray; stabs loyalty in the back;biuds up the wounds of treason, aud speaks words of hope and comfort to its devotees; applauds when helpless blacks are stricken dowu in the South, and caresses the hand red with innocent blood; denies the rights Of American cituens to make homes for themselves in the South; justifies the man who shoots them down or drives them out "Democracy is a curse to the land, the scource of our bitterest woes; the haven where vice finds friends and crime its apologist and defenders. Democracy is original sin let loose to rend aud destroy; is the spirit of evil filling the swine of the land, the incarnation of unholiness; the child of the devil; its home should be in that outer darkness where there is weep ing and wailing and gnashing of teeth. Such, my friend, is what is the Democratic pirty." well-com- Highest of all in Leavening Power. Many a young man who has started on the down grade, even though it is almost imperceptible to him, would do well to put on the brakes long enough to ponder over the awful truth contained in this humble little " clipping: Johnson, the drunkard, is, dying today, With traces of sin on his face. He'll be missed at the club, at the bar, at the play. Wanted a boy lor his place. A nhw job. Rol t&Z&S&ZEi THREE AND THREE. Baking LAWYER, Powder fin, N. J "W LTTLB, OWENSBORO, KY. Will practice his profession in Daviess and adjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. Office, Bank of Commerce Building. (llonn, J.N.R. Wedding. ABSOLUTELY PURE ling through their harness and blowing their manes and tails till they projected almost horizontally. How cold it wast Tho bright disk of Venus shone with wonderful splendor and the pitiless wind seemed to come straight from that star. There seemed to be a merciless glare In the splendid planet, and I longed for a cloud to cover it from sight "Are you eold?" I shouted, for the wind rendered it useless to speak in an ordinary tone, muffled as we were and not facing each other. She answered that she was, whereupon I told her to get as low down in the sleigh as possible, which she did, and I pulled the robes over her head, she nestling very close to me. Somehow this was not altogether disagreeable, and in my imagination I began to picture what my companion was like. stretch of road was The wind-swesix miles long, and when we had gone about a third of the distance the horses stopped. Looking ahead I found that the drift had deepened and that they were standing In It up to their bodies. I urged them a little, but soon saw that.lt was of no use. They only plunged lnwnan-ne- r to endanger themselves and the alelgh. LAWYERS, HARTFORD, KY. (Office, ore GLENN & WEDDING. r Andemon'fl BftEftsr.) An eleganUy dressed feT TBS LATK JTJTX3B OATLORD J. CLAMC and altogether superb looking genTbreoon tho tide of th hurrying years. tleman came in on the last'bus TuesFeeling the touch of tho hand of Time, day jevening and for a tirmT wasno-tice- d Gladdened by hopes and saddened ty fears,with And hearing, whUo eyelids grow heary tears, looking wistfully up and down The bells of memory chime. the streets. At la$t be went over conning the lessons of life, across the way, but the tiger was dead Three of us.the wisdom their maxims teach, Learning and no trace of him could be found, Viewing earth's pleasure and struggle and strife. save that the clutches of the law se- An earnest man and lorlng wife. And a ohUd with questioning speech. curely held the erstwhile proprietor, A later proprietor of Three In the shade of the blossoming trees. Watching the gladsome spring as she sets the place was soon found, how- The robe of May with anemones And delicate hareoells, swayed by the b re ere ever, and the superb man buttonhokd That kisses the violets. the coon for a time, but when it was Three where the souls of the weary find calm, over he looked very tired. The seLulled by the sound of some Heavenly hymn. Where harp notes wind thro the groves of cret of the whole thing seems to be palm that the stranger represented a whole- And angel voices blend In the psalm From tho choir of Seraphim. sale whisky house that had' supplied of night a defunct blind tiger, and now he Three In that land where tho shadows trees, Chill not the flowers, nor darken the wants his money aud now he doesn't And where, far below to their widening sight, The stars are spread out like Islands of light get it. That slumber on tranquil seas. A Cold Turnout. About the cold est crowd that ever congregated on our streets was the Hartford base ball team on Saturday evening preparatory to going to Horton. A game had been arranged with the club at that pleasant little town and our boys, cold and disagreeable as it was, had gathered themselves up shivering in their overcoats and were just about being off when the joytul word was received from the Horton's not to come. Three where the roses and hyacinth bells Bend over streams that Immortal flow; Where the Illy 1U love In fragrance tells. And the amaranth bows with the asphodels When celestial breexes blow. Three where no grief the bleat spirit annoys, Three on whose cheeks are traces of tears; WboMnourn midst their mirth, and lament midst their Joys, For the silken tressed girl and the beauUful boys Who left them tn tender years. Three In earth's varying gladness and gloom. Three In the bliss of tho peaceful skies. Three planting flowers on a desolate tomb. And threo In the bowers of unfading bloom In the valleys of Paradise. Three midst the scenes of man's passion and Three with the scource of all light and love, Three fondly hoping through Him who died The Lowly, the Guileless, the CruclQsd That thsrt may b $ix above. 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. pun E.D.GUFFY. James jm JT AW XIARTFOIIIK KY. Will practice bis profession in Ohio aud adjoining counties, and court of Appeals, Special attention given to collections. uiuce east side 01 public square. B.D.RINGO Attorneys ggt XXartfcrdL, 3Centvic:cy. aw, 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 JE. Market St, f strife. Tennis. The recent drop in the temperature of the locality coupled with the oft recurring showers has HIS LADY COMPANION. Story of a Gold Ride and a mantic Ending. Ro- V I hod Just finished a hearty supper and had ordered my horse brought up to the door when the landlord of the country Inn entered the room, rubbing his hands In an awkward manner, as If he did not know just what to say. Still continuing his rubbing, a thing which always exasperated me, he replied to my exclamation by saying: 'It is an odd request I have to make, sir, considering the state of tho roads, what is UT "There is a lady here who is desperately anxious to get to Bren-to- n by morning." "Why doesn't she go?" 'That's the point, sin she can't All my horses aro storm-staisomewhere in the country, and you can't hire a team hereabouts, as you may know." "How did the lady get here. In Heaven's name?" "She camo just b efore you did, sir, ,. with one horse." "Driving, herself?" "Not a young fellow drove for her a sillylooking chap." "As he brought her here it seems to me he might drive her there eh?" "Well, so he might, sir, but he's almost killed tho horse, and it would finish it for certain to bond it out again on these roads. It wouldn't be human, would U?" I am not naturally disobliging, but to be asked to take a lady in your sleigh when tho snow Is deep and likely to be drifted Is not pleasant, and a woman Is apt to be a burden In case of any difficulty on tho way. Moreoverv since Kate McDonald and I had quarreled over the attentions paid her by her handsome, rich cousin, whloh she either could not or would not explain, 1 never cared for woman's d but" on "Say There was but one thing to do to road. Telling my companion to crouch low in the sleigh, 1 covered her w'ell with the robes and going in front of the horses began to tramp down the snow, I worked with all my speed, yet It was more than an hour, I judge, before I had a track made for them. Whon I returned to the sleigh I was thoroughly heated an as wet from perspiration as if I had plunged into water. I knew I was running a fearful risk In sitting down in that fearful wind, but there seemed to be no alternative; so, proteottng myself as well as possible from the blase which seemed to grow In strength, I urged the horses along. As they proceeded slowly my companion threw the covering from her head and said: 'You must have got heated, working as hard as you did, and you will take cold unless you do something at once. If you sit there till the cold strikes you, you will die." "I do not think there la any danger," I said. "But I know there Is," answered she. Then throwing down the robes she Btood up in the sleigh and added;, Oive me the reins. Get down there out of the wind nnd cover yourself up. At this moment a shudder passed over me and I realized what truth there might be in her words. She divined the reason for my silence and said: "You know I am right Oh, why will you not do as I ask?" "But you " Never mind me. I will be all right Besides, it will only be for a little while." A second shudder, worse than the first, roused mo thoroughly to my danger, and protesting that It was only for a minute or two that 1 would avail myself of the shelter of tho sleigh box, I crouched down and allowed her to cover me up. 1 was soon shaking like one In an ague fit, hot and cold by turns. How alow wo seemed to be golngt Two or three times I tried to rise and take the reins, but was quite unable, and ray companion assured me each time that she was not cold, and was doing famously the excitement kept her warm, get out and break a R. R. WEDDING, Attorney at Law, Beaver Dam, Ky. Will practice his profession in all the courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in all the Courts of 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 Perry Westerfield, -- crr Attorney at Law. Beaver Dam, Ky. PK J. R. W. H. BARNES AT law; Hartford, Ky. practice WILL courts of his profeseion in all Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Spec-m- i attention given to collections. Office over Carson & Co. PIRTLE society. Where was Kate now, I often wonAt her homo In Kentucky, perhaps, and married to the rich cousin. A lot of things may happen in two years. The drive I was now taking was on special business for my head contractor, who said that certain papers Just received from England must reach his partner, a confirmed Invalid living near the little town of Hrenton, by a certain dered. day. "She really seems to be In great trouble, sir, because she can't get on," aid tho landlord as I paused to eon "Well, tell her to got ready. I sup- aider. pose I must say yes." ; may be theologically, but bio polituunsond trains to all points in ical expressions are worthy of careful consideration. On one occasion, while making a speech a man in the audience yelled out: "What is the matter with Rates, Tickets, aud all information the Democratic party?1' Ingersoll will bo furnished on application to dropped his line of argument, turned your nearest ticket agent. towards "his interrogator, and replied T. B. LYNCH, as follows: "What is the matter with the DemG. P. A.,DouisviIIe. Ky. ocratic party? I will tell you, my friend. The Democratic party was Sweet Pol mo MlparorNnlv JnanykindorquantUy.Forpricest&c, J born under the planets that were in ply toP.G, Nelson, Hartford, Ky. opposition, u uvea in me ojcuvc Col. Robert G. Ingersoll AND ALL POINTS NORTH AND WEST. Connecting at Memphis with through liigerNoll oi Democracy. ROCKPOHT, 1ND., JOURNAL. Arkansas and Texas Subscribe for The Republican and the Louisville Weekly Both Commercial. papers one year for only $1.25, in advance. 23. "The school at this place will close Saturday evening. S. GJSlUILm on lark I l&site, The Lsading Photcgrapifir. , Many a poor sufferer Who submits ?ictani Id Criry Stjle and Siiii to the surgeon's knife, in consequence of malignant sores and scrofulous sMsTOld Pictures Copied and Enlarged swellings, might be cured, without A SPECIALTY. an operation, by taking Ayer's This remedy expels from 108 Main Street. the blood the impurities by which OHfEKSBOBO, KY 97t6 disease is generated, la. "By tho way, air, If you have not been over the road before you want when you get near the burned land, ten miles from here, to keep a sharp lookout to the right for a road that turns off there; take that The straight road leads to U ronton, but nobody lives on it" "All right But tell the lady to hurry; the horses aro coming." When I had donned my overcoat fur cap and comforter I caught a glimpse of myself In the glass, and laughed at the thought that my intending passenger would not be able to tell whether she had a young man or an old one for a companion scarcely, Indeed, whether I was a black or a white man. Going out to the sleigh I arranged the robos to my liking, and was just beginning to get Impatient to go when an animated bundle of cloUies, with a suggestion of femininity ubout it, camo out, followed by the landlord. The lady took her place In the sleight I sprang In beside her, the landlord and the hostler tucked In tho robes, bode us good night, and wo woro off under the shining stars with much tiukllng of bells, the sleigh runners singing over the frosty snow. It was twenty-fou- r miles to Urentou und tho loneliest rood In tho state. Tho going was heary, but not especially so, for tho way lay through tho forest and won not drifted. It soon appeared that the road hero was a succession of drifts, not deep, but solid, and that If any teams had been over It during the day tholr trauks had long since boon filled in. The horses could no longer trot, but attled. jlQtf a to a walk, the wind whist I did not believe her then, and I know now that what she said was not true that she suffered terribly. But I did not know, unlil they told mo two weeks afterward at tho hotel in Bren-to- n that she took off her own wraps to make my covering heavier, for I was Insensible when they lifted me out of the sleigh. When, three weeks later, weak from fever, 1 employed my first conscious moments In asking after my companion, the nurse told me that sho had driven the horses into Bren ton at a gallop. Not knowing about the roads she had naturally enough followed the straight one, and for fourteen miles had driven through the forest, with me lying unconscious at her feet They carried me in and put me to .bed, 'While tho lady fell Iw fore .the flro In a faint, caused by weariness and tho reaction of her nervous power. Strange to say, sho was really not very much the worso for her terrible experience, but I had waked up in a fever, and for three weeks had been delirious. "Where Is the lady now?" I asked, but added: "Of course she Is gone. I should like to have seen her." The nurse stepped aside without replying, 1 looked up for an explanation, when my eyes rested on tho faco of Kate McDonald. 'Katie 1" was all I could say. "Aleckl" she replied, and took my outstretched hand in hers. "Katie," 1 said, aftor a moment of happiness too deep for words, "Is it posaiblo that you were my companion and my savior!" "I do not know about my being the last, but I certainly was tho first" "And I did not kuow It." "But I did," sho said with her merry laugh. "And what is more, I knew you after you first spotce to mo." I looked at her hands. There was no ring on tho slim white fingers. "Katie," I said, "they tell mo you Baved my life; but you had better have let me loso it unless you will promise to share it with me." She did not speak, but the look In her eyes was enough Waverley Magazine. aho said. DENTIST HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. is prepared to do any and all kinds of Dental Operations. Prices most reasonable. Office over Williams & Bell's Drug Store. u a. wmm EbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbsS a DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Is prepared to do all kinds of Dental work at reasonable prices. 'II 120 DOLLARS 41 '1 - Overweighted. Julie "Mabel l affecting a walking atlok." May "How odious of her Imitating tho princess of Wales, I presume. How I dutest Julie "WU, I believe she would like it glreaout that that was tho fad, but between ourselves I think she really needs it to assist hsr in carrying the violets given her by her fiance." Judge. anglo-mania- made easily and honorably, without capital, during your spare hours. Any man, woman, boy, or girl can do the work handTalking unily, without experience. g necessary. Nothing like It for ever offered before. Our workers No time wasted in always prosper. learning the business. Wo teach you tn a night how to succeed from tho Urst liour. You can raako a trial without expense to yourself. Wo start you, furnish everything needed to carry on the business successfully, and guarantco you against failure If you but follow our Reader, If simple, plalu instructions. you are lu need of ready money, and wsut to know all about the best paying business before tho public, send as your address, aud we will mall yoa a docu incut giving you all tho particulars. money-niuklu- PER MONTH In Your Own Locality TRUE CO., Box 400, o K Augusta, Mains. !" Manr Persona 4ro broken down Turn ocrworkox houHiholA "" llrowu'a Iron Witters reljulltUihotyitom.sliUilUcstlOD.rtfiaoTMrs. com of bUtf.suaturwiutJAilsV 'W I tit thojfvfluJss Jt a -- w- MSSMtfMMfgSfM Hartford Republican i- -;i DECORATION DAY. G. A. B. i PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Editor i MORNING Preston Morton Post vice, JO. B. ROUEKM, nl Proprietor, 1894. Friday, Junk, Holds a Very Impres-svo Memorial Ser- Ropublicau Ticket. Klootloti. Nov. 0. I- - Under the auspicies of Preston Morcity may well be proud ol its ton Post G, A. R., a most successful school nnd teachers. Decoration Day Service was held at A large crowd was in attendance Shiuklc Chapel Church, seven miles and the work of both teachers and MAGISTRATES'. north of Hartford on Wednesday. pupils was all that could be desire 1. A large crowd, perhaps five hunHartford A. S. Atill. I'ttOC'iKAM: Rosine C. I. Woodward. dred or six hundred people gathered Music, Organ Selections; Mvsic B. Wilson. CiomweU Jont early on the beautiful church grounds Class. S'vijr. Com". Com, Come; Fordsville to witness the exercises. At 10 o'clock Primn-Chss. Interrupted Speech, Buford Rev. J. A. Bennett called the meeting coNSTimu:: Nellie Austin, Forest Mirtin. RecHartford Hosea Shown. .'I n ml IliirlioriiP. to order and led in prayer, after itation, Welcome; 3 irl, 4 My, Rosine Thomas Allen. Don't forget the grett Maso'iic Bar- Rotation, Be Polite; which Uiv. J. B Perry man delivered Ray Merrick -- R. B. Martin. Cromwell becue to be held at the Fair Grounds, Vacation Fun; girls, the Welcome Address to the delight 4 Fordsville 3 boys. Song, Mr. f?o. A, Ztrkto June 23, 1894. Hon. I,. P. Little, of A Letter from Papn; Nellie Austin, Prof. James Kllis of his hearers. Buford ML Hot b, Tenn. Owensboro, will deliver n Masonic The Rehearsal; girls, boys. Reciand choir delivered souiv very fine 4 3 The state menu In th UstlmontM below an lecture at 11 o'clock a. 111.; also Capt. tation, A Thanksgiving Visit; music prepared for the occasion. Myra fumllUr facts to tho Immediate friends ot Mm S.H. HiilandHou T.S Pettit are ex- McKenuey. The next part of the regular proSong, Cherries Ripe; (Io. t A. Zlrkto, school Ucher,of ML Horeb, Tenn., very welt known throughout the count, pected tobepreseut nnd entertain the Marie Austin. Recitation, gram was the funeral sermon of Mrs. A Dressed where he was born and Ins Always llrcd. Read It audience in the afternoon. Every Ma- Turkey; Wayne Klizabcth Carter by Rev. J A. BenC. I. II00J & Co., Lowell, Mass.: Berry. Song, Good sonic Lodge in the county is invited Advice; 8 children. believe In Hood's SArsaparllla. "I)enr nett, which was deferred to the atter-noo- n Quaker Drill; 7 I Kill tellRlrv- -I why. I have suffered from Inyou to attend and join iu the procession, girls, and Rev. D. P. Kerr delivered 7 hoys. Song, The Gossips; 5 herited Mrofuh from f Mid hood. When 37 years which is expected to be the largest gills. Rcc.tation, A the oration of the day. He is a pleasof w, my ecs became strangely effected. I Tribute to that ever occuired iu Hartlord. There Year; 7 girls, f boys. Song tic r could not read after sunset, nnd when I would ing and powerful speaker. His and closo niye)ei, I eould not open them; but on will be a fine barbecue dinner and Chorus, Mary, etc.; thoughts seemed to flow with the Primary Pupils. whichever slJo I hr.cn that ldo could open other refreshments to.suit the occasion. Recitation, A Quiet Summer Resort; my vye. This condition continued about two utmost ease and rapidity and his years, and nas succeeded by The proceeds will go to repair the Forest Martin. pictures of the Nation's history and Instrumental SelecAn Intolerable) Itching Masonic Hall. struggles was able and pleasing. The tion; Maggie Brunton. The Peak all over my body and limbs. I had to have my J. C. Rn.i;y,Cirm'u, large audience join in congratulating Sisters; 13 girls. Duet, Nellie Austin little boji Uko shoe brushes and scratch me. Toii iiJDK vouiT or aiii:aiji. J. A. Carter, It was dreadful. It continued a month and was the management on securing such an and Clarence Hocker. Recitation, followed Immediately by a tumor tn the right We are authorized to announce Louis GuNTiir.it. able speaker. ot my neck, as Urge as t small ecg. I at The Little House-keepeJ. A, Bennett, Com. 7 girls. aide Judged. I,. D. Guim'y, physicians prescripcommenced The Hickory Hill Cornet Band had Recitation, A Mischievous Child; once and continued takinglost hoje. In the mean J.J. Boartii, as .1 candidate for Of Butler county, tilt I tions James Suu.engiir, of Ap- been engaged to render the martial May Bir. Song, Rollicking Dolly Day; time the tumor changed Its place to tho Immethe office of Judge of the Court J G.J. Bi:an. tf Sidie Austin. Cardinal Points; 2 diate front of my neck, suppurated and was folpeals from the Second Appellate Dis- music tor the occasion and they did lowed by others, till six had forinrd and broken. trict of Kentucky, subject to the ac- their part to the satisfaction of all. girls, ? boys. Song, Here's to Our 'Finally, three years ago, another Lugo tuii iti . i'refk. lilllmi tion of the Republican party. Alter the orations the old soldiers collar bone The 2d Sunday in this mouth is set Friends; Primary Pupils. Flower mor seated Itself on the point ot my back on the and In six months another hnlf way and a large part of the crowd repaired apart by the M. K. Church as "Chil- Drill; 16 girls. Democratic Ticket, Iloth of thrm soon began to dhcharge bone. to the graveyard about a mile away and continued to tin o till about seven months dren's Day," and as is customary it I'rntrrniiiiiif nt nit tt niton tried c ronrovxTY jrina;, Offk ago. Ioften so rrythlng. Including prescriptions. and there the Decoration Service was weak that I was will be observed at Wesley's Chapel, Nnhlifith Nrhnnt oiiciiIIihi Wc are authorized to announce performed with great solemnity and I Could Scarcely Walk No Creek, in a fitting manner. The To be held at Walton's Creek Church K. T. WlLMAMS wm so confined that could effect. my y neighboring Sunday Schools have Wednesday. July 11, 1894. Devotional and rely mind to my business (schoolI teachAs the Democratic nominee for Conn-tattend scar Some fine music both vocal and Election. Judge ol Ohio c nmty, been invittd and have accepted the exercises H.a I'. Hrown. Welcome ing). 1 was utterly discouraged. Aud now my instrument was rendered by the band November 6, 1894. invitation to attend. The regular addrcs T, M, Morton, 9:30 a. tn. story draws to n close. I began the use of and the choir and the old soldiers program will be in charge of the Wes- Response J. T. Casebeir. History . "In the most august body headed by Color Sergeant Thomas Lost ley Chapel school, but othct schools of the Sabbath School J. T. Case-bie- r. beloved bill. A Greer and Acting Commander J. L. on earth' a much Remember thy Creator in the Hood's RarsaparlllA ft little less than a year ago, are welcome and arc expected to add and took Ave bottles. When I began I had CO liberal reward will be paid for its re Carson marched slowly around the days ot thy Youth Sermon 11 a. in. faith In It. In less than three months both the cxerci.ses any Miitableselectiou, to the turn in eood condition to Congress graves of the departed heroes and desores on my shoulder were healed; I was cured either musical or literary, they may by A II. Smith. Importance of of atroublutome catarrh; and scrofulous habit man Wilson aud the Democratic posited there the beautiful flowers apparent. has parents having their children attend more ateadlly e grown Inless life, and am 1 weigh wish, A basket dinner will besnread party. tlun 1 er did my in token of the esteem and honor in and no pains will bospared to make an Sabbath School Ceo. T. Tiusley. In tho Bost of Health, Tun Grayson Republicans held which the memories of the departed of Sunday School considering my constitution. Do you wonder enjoyable and profitable day for the Qualifications Leitch are held by the living. It was a scene ftarsanartlla? I their County Convention at I). J. K. Maddox. that I believe In Hood's It every whtro andcan do little ones. Short talks will be made Superintendent svery no less Uian recommend field last Monday, aud among other sadly beautiful. Time is fast thinning by Revs. 15. 1$ Pate, J. A. Bennett, Requisite; ol Sunday School Teachcis way." uko. a. iikki.e, .mi. iioreu, ienru . commendable thiugs in- the ranks of the living and adding to good ami L W. Tichenor. nnd Superintendents, William Parks. What effect docs j Hood's Pills cure liver Ills, constlnaUon, structed for Judge B. L. D. Gufly, the ranks of the dead and before Jaundice, sick headache, tndlcesUoo, H. C. Baud, Ashlonl W. Mills. Jo. the Sunday School have on the I biliousness, fur Judge of the of Morgantown, another Decoration Day no doubt Foster. Dr. W. II. Bean, Henry Park Church? T. M Morton. Iiuortancc Appeal?. Court of some who Wednesday scattered of a thorough study ol the lesson J. and O. M. Felix. j Prop. H. K. Taylor, of Louis-ville- , flowers will be asleep and over their A. Reneer. Uro. J. II. Wade will con-dua candidate for the Democratic graves the remaining comrades will the singing. Ai.vik Ross. CLEVER SWINDLER. nomination for Superintendent of perform the beautiful ceremony and Chairman Com, on Arrangements. Public Instruction, spent several days shed a patriot's tear. GREEN RIVER REPUMJCAN this week in our city looking after his The time is not far distant when A member of the Masonic order of Miss Mattie O'Flynn, our music Two Worthless Lumps Shovod Off The music at the graves was highly He made a political fences. for Twelve Ihouaand Dollars. this city .said that since Sister Mary complimented, alter the exercises the Republicans of thisAppellatedis-tric- t teacher, will give her last lesson thN impression. will be called upon to nominate week. (V) Kllcn Iease has announced tint the crowd was dismissed and dinner A Mlrhlcan Worn. in CnniplMrlf "TakfQ Exercises of announced ready at the church. A a candidate for the high and imporshe is a full Hedged Mason, he has QUAUTEUL Y JIEPORT Miss Mamie Ilaynes, Whitcsville. by n In KeprmcntiittTr' Tun Commencement of Ilrr Neplirw In the Htt been asked by several ladies if there Mournful Fraukfort High School will occur bountiful repast was spread and there tant office of Appellate judge. Judge is visiting Miss Fannie Arnold this oi' Tin-- : rilnms of mi t:iprtrl Thursday, June 14, 1801, at the was plenty and to p ire. No crpwd B. L. D. GuiTy, of this county, has week. is au thing in the ceremony of initiFrankfort Opera House. Annual was ever better fed nor ever enjoyed a been favorably spoken ofas a suitable With eyes brimful of happy anticiation imptoperfor women. He gave us Misses Altha and Laura Jenkins Justice W. H. dinner more. person to nominate. We are confi- went to Glennville Friday and re- pation, an aged woman presented the following extract from Smalleys Address two "kings" of bright metal to tho Expose of Masonry, Holt; Diplomas deliverod by ex-When the dinner hour was over the dent that he is the strongest man we turned Sunday. page 891, which chief weigher fit the mint. She " will he ol interest to all of the femiThe social given to the young peo "torney General P. W Hardin, bind dispensed some Sweet music and can nominate. lie is well qualified that the two lumps of metal the Post held a short business meet- in ever respect. We believe that his ple Saturday night was quite a suc were gold worth thirty thousand nine gender who arc thinking about nomination would greatly strengthen cess. Breckenfidge means to be con- ing in the church. Ik At 2:30 o'clock dollars, and when informed that they the ttiaUer;Thc candidate isstripped, At thoCIoso of Business on Quite a number of our young peosistent, of which no one accuses him, Rev, J. A. Bennett preached the fun- the Republican party in the district. were but copper and zinc, worth two his feet tied beneath the body of the 23d day of Docom- ple attended church at Macedonia and or three dollars, sho turned away goat, and his hands to his horns. A when he claims that the people of eral sermon of Mrs. Elizabeth Carter, We believe that he can be elected. bor, 1803. Gov. Brown received 2,934 plurality Sugar Grove Sunday. with a heavy heart und sought tho cockle-bur- r is then placed beneath the Seventh District alone hare a a woman of more than ordinary abilin the district iu 1891 ItKSOURCES. Rev. B. F.Jenkins and wife left for train to bear her buck to her homo the goat's tail ami the oriental march right to speak of his canvass, then be ity, who was a nurse and spy during Cleveland received3,7i5 plurality in Henry county this morning. They in Jackson. Mich. She had paid begins. Kvery time the goat goes Loans aud Discounts, less his noisy little abettors the late Civil War in the command of should squelch twelve thousand dollars forthestulT, bih, bah, the right guard loans to Diiectots . .554,127.50 Gen. Grant. She died at the Alms- 1S92, 7,450 votes were cast for Judge will attend the General Association nnd left in this part of the State. and had journeyed all tho way east to guard smite the candidate on the rear Ioans to Di lectors (officers house here several months ago, and Guflyin 8jx in the contest for the at Carlisle. realize upon it. not included . 600.00 breist, hi fif, biff, with bloody trowels." Overdrafts, hccuicd . . . H. C. Walrich, Horse Branch, was Gait. Ei Dauixky, who has un- the funeral was defeired until this important office of Attorney General. The story of the unfortunate wom1,412.00 Russellville Herald. navigation of Rough time. Rev. Bennett preached a very Weaver received, in 1S92, 7,074 votes the guest of Prol. M. T. Henderson an's loss was told to the mint officials. Overdrafts, unsecured . . dertaken the 568.48 Due front National Banks 15,759.11 She was Mrs. Harriet Morgan, who River, is a man of determination! and touching sermon, telling of the many in the district, more than 1,600 of Sunday. Due from State hanks aud which were cast in Daviess county, Will Camp, baggage master on the resides in Jackson, nnd with her I. r llrnl. it the matter can be made a reality he hardships through which the unfor Bankers 108 00 although Daviess county, in 1891, FalPsof Rough, was the guest of his were her Agoodbiickstorehou.se iu Hart- Banking house and lot . . Charles Hcllog, The "Stoneware' a con tunate heroine had passed. w ill do it. 3,000.00 and Dr. Dlanchard, the family physiford, Ky, Will feat cheap. Acting Commander Carson called cast only 185 votes for the People's fithcr, Mr. George Cunp, Sunday. Apply Specie siderablc boat with freight from f 398.97 cian. Some thirteen years ago Mrs. to J. W. Ford or T. J. Smith. MibS Nannie Baruhill is in Owens-bor5,017.00 Ross'h Ripple last on the committees for reports and aft- party ticket. 43 t Currency Evansville reached Morgan, who is qulto wealthy, hnd Other items carried nscash It is reasonable to suppose that this week. 50.00 advanced to a nephew six thousand Saturday, but on Sunday had to turn er some other business was transacted nearly all the 7,450 votes cast for Furniture and Fixtures . . 1,500.00 Madam Rumor reports thatweshall dollar to the crowd was dismissed. On call it QUARTERLY REPORT Tnxcs paid start a business. Ho was to the fact the boat was back owing 134.05 was found that before coming to Jude Gufly in 1S91 would vote for have a wedding soon. Current expenses profuse in his expressions of grati1.768.56 OP JLIIIS too large. But the Captain will at him for Appellate Judge, which, with M. T. Henderson is visiting tude, and promised that, as business Mrs. Shinkle Chapel that morning the old once obtain a lighter boat, and while soldiers had decorated the graves of the Republican gains confidently ex her mother, Mrs. Phillips, of Grayson prospered with $5.443.67 him, he would reexpressed the in Hartford Monday turn tho loan with ample interest. LIABILITIES. no less than ninety-sicomrades pected, would give him a good major-- 1 county this week. or determination to have it hero in a 111 the various burying grounds ity. The nephew went away, and his Capital stock paid in, incnshjt25.ooo.oo Mrs. Claude Yager, Masonville.was We sincerely believe that the best in town aunt hoard nothing of him until re Surplus fund short time. throughout the county. At the cloao of Business on Undivided profits . . . . 5.2S0.00 She had about abandoned 6,112.33 Born to the wife of J. S. Coots on cently. The crowd then dispersed ader interests of the Republican party deDue Depositors tho 23d day of Docom- hope of securing tho return of her The Democrats of Muhlenberg 48,830.36 mand the nomination of Judge Guffy. the 27th inst., a line girl. 'Home, Sweet Home," by the Band, DueSftebankstStSt'tcb'k'rs loan, when one day a stranger camo 50.98 bor; 1803. county, by their county committee leaving Fairy Fay. pleasant memories of a most We believe that his nomination will to her with tho nnnouncemont that Saturday, which met in Grceuville make sure the election of the Bepuh-licaRliSOURClTsT $S5.443.67 joyous day. ho represented her nephew. Tho nominated the following county tickticket in many close and doubtStatu op Kkntuckv, ) SS Ali'Xiimtor I'lilim Niuuliiy Nclionl. latter had 'prospered well In gold Loans nnd discounts, less NOTES. loans to Directors . .$68,304.80 CoUKYOl'0lM0. ful counties in the district and by the J May 27, 1894 Services conducted mining, and, as an evidence of his et: County Judge, Joseph L. Gish; The Committee on Arrangements y John II. Barnes, Cashier of Beaver largely increased Rcpublcan vote sure by Superintendent Foster. Couuty Attorney, Will J. Cox, Conn-t- composed of Messrs. success, hnd sent her two gold jans 10 uireciors (oincers C. Henry not included . 406.00 Dam Deposit Bank, n bank located Opening Clerk, A. C. Moorman; Sheriff, J. Shaver, Jesse Shaver, Victor M. to result therefrom, will still further jong "My heavenly bricks, or "kings." These weighed Loans to Officers in the town of 400.00 and doing busitu-cighty-fivfully pounds and wcr$ Overdrafts, secured . . . home." Wallace; Assessor, Burrell Stewart; Stewart and the neighbors generally to increase the prospects for Republic'.937.35 Beaver D.im.in said couuty.being duGeo, an victory next year. The Superintendent then read a worth tldrty thousand dollars. These Overdrafts, unsecured . , 437.o6 ly sworn, says that the foregoing reJailer, W. C. Smith; Suneyor, desme the highest praise for their portion of the 3d Chapter of F.xodus, tho nephew desired to present to his Dm from Nat. Hanks . . 5.966.74 port is in nil respects a true statement D. Kittiuger; Coroner, B. G Myers; excellent work. Nothing was left Due from St'e It is not what its proprietors say, after song and prayer the classes took aunt in return for her loan and Banking house Il'ks& BVrs 483.28 of the condition of the said bank at Funding Board; W. 1 Robertson, undone that vvouid add to the interest and lot . J. 3000.00 the close ot business on the 23d day another small payment. Mrs. Morbut what Hood's Sarsaparilla does their places. gan, delighted, paid tho stranger six Stocks aud Bonds . . . . Robert Glenn, S. O. Sears, Elsie and pleasure of the occasion. 1.341.67 ol December, 1893, to the best of his that tells the story of its merit. Hood's Title of the lesson "Moses sent as thousand dollars and received tho Specie 2,718.78 j knowledge and bejief; nnd further says Jones. Robert Deunis, Joe Lovell, J. Quite a number of the boys who Sarsaparilla Cures. Currency a deliverer," Exodus 3:10-20- . 2,260.00 wi.iL nil-- uusmcbs 01 saui bank lias "kings," which she guarded carefulJ. Whitmer. wore the gray were present and en Golden text "Fear thou not, fori ly. Tho trip to tho mint was plannod, Exchanges for Clearings . 2.145.59 been transacted nt the location namOther items carried as cash 1.367.49 ed, and not elsewhere; nnd that the joyed the day to the fullest extent. I'rof'.lllrlift KoreciiNlN for Juno Dr. HI an chard and Mr. Helleg acam with thee." Tub Democratic Congressional Pri- They expressed themselves as deFurniture and Fixtures . , 1,000.00 above report is made in compliance June brings us to the opposite side companying her to carry and prop- Taxes paid . . , The classes discussed their lesson mary Election is called for August 4. lighted with the affair throughout. U5.97 with an official notice received from from our January starting with great interest. of the sun erly guard tho precious lumps. Tho Current expenses . . 1,088.50 the Secretary of State, designating object in putting it oil so long is The The Hartford Colored Cornet Band place, bringing a gradual transition 698.54 the 23d day of December, 1893, ns the Miss Berths Riley and Mr Ernest trio reached tho city on a Sunday, Other assets, debts in suit doubtless in the hope that'something was out iu full force and made some from winter to summer phenomena and waited with feverish impatience day on which such report shall be Kllis were elected as delegates to the raise the will happen hy.that time to $93,701.77 made. The storm periods keep up their un- Sunday School Union that convenes for tho coming of the morning, when good music. Subscribed and sworn to before me tho mint doors should open. BusiLIABILITIES. flagging hopes' of the boys in the varying regularity, but change in nt Rockport, Ky., July 8th & 9U1. ness for the day had searco begun Cap'l stock paid in, in cash $30,000.00 by John IL Barnes, the 30th. day of politicians know that mill Fiirnilittf. I'rocTriiilo trencher, for the character as our globe-shireaches December, 1893. Shkwiv Taylor, Miss Lula Tanner, of the Victory when they walked into the money-makin- g Undivided profits . 714x8.97 AMERICAN ECONOMIST. successive points in its annual excur- neighborhood; Miss Mattie Chinn Dep. County Court Clerk. if the Primary should come oil now establishment with happy Deposits subjectocheck(on A paragraph appeared iu the LonI. P. Barnard, President. sion around the sun. The kinds of nnd Mr. Fleetwood Ward, Bcda; Miss faces. Tho metal was in conical there would scarcely boa corporal's which in. is not paid . 56,069.79 daily press a few mouths ago storm aud temperature we had iu our R. P, IIockrr, Director. 81.63 guard tnkepart. The Primary is aN don form, and throughout ull the journoy Due National iftnks . . . ' Jno. IL Barnhs, staling that the farmers had given winter have not passed from our Inez King, Messrs. Vlrrle Due State banks nudban'rs 131.38 together supeifluous, however, inasand Berry Rial, ol No Creek, and Mr. tho two men had guarded tho laborers notice that henceforth globe, but have simply their slipped satchels containing tho "kings" ForNnle. much as the next Representative from 593.7oi.77 their wages would be reduced by 2 to the other end of it. with a pace Sam Lake, cf Hartford, were we'eo uc with watchful caro and anxiety, I have for lot ot fine Corn at will be nominated at visitors. this District Statr ov Kkntuckv, ) 63 my farm one uale a north of Hartford, shil ings (50 cents) per week. The answering never permitting thera out of their to that of our progmile County ov Ohio, j 27, and his name is normal rate of pay for farm hands We will not meet on Sunday June flight Lebanon June for a moment. 'Tho "kings"1 ress around our orbit. The same conSam K. Cox, President of Bank of all on or address J. C. Riley. p "I , om amount were passed over to the chief weigh-- J Johu W. Lewis. able bodied men in England is from ditions will gradually steal back upon 2, until 5 o'clock Hartford, Ky., a Bank located and 08T U (JCASTlTr. BUT II QUUITT er, and the trio sat waiting tho re- doing business in the town of to $3, anil the notice of the con- us as we move back to the starting of the dedication nt W.ishinjtri Tin: mot important recent event $2.75 Closing so'ig-- - "When the s'ia lows sult of his examination. In a few ford, in said county.being duly Hartreduction of wages was ac- poins. These facts show us that our templated sworn in the history of Hartford from a moments he announced, in crushing says that the foregoing Report is in flee awav," companied by the statement that show us that our storms and weather is the origanzation tones: business standpoint all respects n true statement of the "greu distress was apprehended in depend in character as well as for ex"Thia is nothing but copper, condition of the said Bank at the close A I'ii!m' ltHrf. of the Hartford Commercial Club. during the winter istence upon astronomical causes and the rural districts of business on the 23d day of Decern mixed with zinc." llAUTJOUM HKKAMh Such an organization rtiould long ago months." Mrs. Morgan eyed tho weigher ber, 1893. to the best of his knowlrelations. Why not possess aud use. Lait week The Her Id g.ive an acCREAM have been organized and in operation, and belief; and says Warren's Mill in Bkcptically, and turned to her com- edge business of said further has that Fiom some partsof Knglaud nota- such knowledge? count ol a npe Bank been Properly managed this body will bo panions with palo face and dimming the About the 2d a warm wave will Butler county, which we are gratified bly the counties of Essex, Suffolk and worth hundreds aud thousands of doleye. A painful silcnco of several transacted at the location named, and Norfork we hear accounts of farm begin in western sections, with all to learn from Mr. Tate Itoizc, the acnot elsewhere; and' that the above reseconds followed, and tho Aged wom- port is made in compliance to the town. The proposition to lars FOR with an YEARS houses and fences falling to decay; of changes of barometer and tempera- cused, and Mr Frd Yminir, the an walled; official notice received from the Secmacadamize the streets oi the town is fertile fields that are now a prey to ture and wind currents to the eastHas led all Worm Remedies. of the lady, that it is entirely "Is it possible that I have lost all retary of State designating the 23d EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. an exceedingly good one. Now, that the thistle and the dock. The report ward necessary to its growth and Jalse, Our inlornrmt told us as we that money?" day of December, 1893, as the day on SOLD EVERYWHERE. the courts are insisting on enforcing of the Royal Commission on labor progress; hence during the 3d to 6th wrote it aud we thought no mote f Tho men briefly told tho Btory of which such report shall be made. TrtT4 If PICIUBPSOB IPIC1I1 CO., IT. tOPM. Subscribed and sworn to before roe the law iu requiriug imprisonments in significant terms to the terri- a wann wave with active storms will the matter until Sit'irdav, when the the swindle, and tho trio departed to and fines iu default to be paid in work, ble condition into which the agricul- be felt nlong the country from west to above gentlemen caire to our office catch tho western express for their by Sam K. Cox the 28th day of December, 1893. G.B.Likhns.C.O.C.C. the rock pile brigade can be utilized ture of England has fallen, and points east. Cooler, fair wearier will fall and informed us that there was no Michigan homes. They hod planned Sam K. Cox, President, to go on to New York after spending J, J. McHenry, Director, 'to a good advantage. But this in only as aample in many cases, to one in jn to the wet t of storms, hourly press- foundation earthly for the report. several days here, but they quickly ?o- John C-- Thomas, one of many thiugs to which the club stances of a farm, which produced to ing eastward on their rear flanks, They are now and have always been abandoned the Idea. Philadelphia. J. . QqiWAn, the landlord ten years ago a rental until the triform phenomena pass on the best ol terms, Mr. Young is iteoord. .piay give Jta attention. 1 y 1 1 For For For For For For For For Couuty Judge John P. Morton. Sheriff CaI. P. Keown. County Clerk D. M. Hocker. P. Ncal. County Attorney-- K. Assessor N. C. Daniel. Jailer John V. illnck. Surveyor G. S. Fitzhttgh. Coroner G. C. Wcsterfield. The Graves of Heroes Strewn With Flowers Some Good Speeches. I CE BY FOR SALE TRACY & SON. $4,100 net, and which will now over the continent. On and about only let for $500 a year, This was in the 9U1 and 10th very warm weather will grow into a crisis and active the county of Norfolk. Mr. C. S. Reed, an authority on such storms of lightning thunder and rain, subjects, read a paper on this question will result. About the nth is the at the Statistical Society last year, and electrical crisis of the summer solstice, he said that the country people who nnd many startling displays of lightwere formerly well to do were now ning are n physical necessity. Thuncompelled to let their residences and der showers need not surprise at any "sporting" privilcdges to Londoners; time untirnftcrthe 26th, aud a conthat they themselves were forced to stant nnd prolonged tendency of wind reside in one of the small farmhouses currents to blow from easterly direc- I t. on the estate, while their children 4t.u. wm unve many flow iiiingiug j nuua M arc educated ns cheaply as possible on cloud detachments backward in westthe Continent. Mr. Reed assured his ward swirls, suddenly and unexpectaudience that a very similar state of edly drenching unsuspecting people. All through the solstice period cloud things prevailed in adjoiningcountics. At the last National conference of formation float indefinitely and desulagriculturistshcld in 1S92 in England, torily, showing that atmospheric it was decided that the main cause of movements are confused. , From the 14th to 19th we have a the depression was due to unfair foreign competition, and that nothing reaubr storm period, covered from but discriminating duties levied beginning tn end by a Mercury equinox central on the 16th and aggraagainst foreign competing pro'lnrt opposition on would prevent the ultimate ruin ol vated by tlu- - moon agriculture iu the United Kingdom. the 18th. During this period look with many British land, together with its culti- lor verv warm wcUh-rviolent duplays of lightning, with vators, is getting gradually impoverished, nnd its returns are lessening heavy local rain and wind storms. If and temperature for the simple reason that it does not wind currents, pay to cultivate highly at the present barometer do not change alter storms, expect them to return about the same prices of agricultural products. We have no greater authority on time on following days and nights this subject than the late Sir Jam? until conditions change, or past the Caird, who stated in 18S9 that land reactionary .storms of rain, hail and lords had lost $150,000,000 oftheirin-com- e lightning which are centrally due on from laud; tenant farmers more the 2oUi"anil 21st. Much cooler than half of their income, and labor- weather ought to come iu about the ers $12, 500,000 of their spendable in 2i.st to the whole country. The 25th come, estimated together at $215,000,-00- 0 to 30th is a marked stonu period, annually. It was further added fully within the power of the Venus that between June, 1890, and June equinox, which will be at its center The temperature will 1S92, farmers lost $365,000,000 of July fith reach oppressive .warmth, culminate their capital. There are quite 34,000.000 acres un- iu dangerous .storms about 26th, 27th and 2SU1, with Hidden revulsions to der cultivation in the United King-doiand if wc assume that fifteen . much cooler. Heavy hail will result. years ago this land was worth $250 June ends fair per acre and that it is now only worth liAiiar. $150, the total national loss amounts i May 29. Habit, or as it is better to $2,400,000,000. This is a perma known as Hethabara, is situated 8 nent loss, affecting the real securt miles outh-eas- t of Oucnsboro, on ' ties of the country. n It has the Miller's Mill road These facts are gradually sinking inhabitants, among them are into the public mind. Even Mr. a doctor, blacksmith, merchant, Gladstone is not oblivious to the gipreacher, six school teachers, several gantic evil. Speaking in 1S91 at the loafers, and the lest are paupers. We Cobden Club, that statesman had to have the handsomest country church acknowledge that "protection ha-in the county. We also have a good gained ground" of late years. It was schoolhouse, with all of the modern very significant of the progress of pubimprovements; with a large hall for lic opinion that one of the speakers. entertainments, and it ready furnishMr. H. H. Scott, at a late meeting of ed. During the spring term of our the British Association, strongly ad- school, which was t night by Prof M. vocated an important duty on foreign T. Henderson, we had twenty boardbarley, while Dr. Frcain the celebrating students. What little town can ed agricultural expert, also advocatbeat it? If there is one we should le ed a duty of 25 cents per quarter on glad to hear from it. imported wheat. j Sunday School is progressing nice- A Cull Fur Jiiilfft Unity, ly with T, C. Floyd as Superintend-en- t I fifty-seve- at I raising a crop with Mr. Baize this season nnd they were iu the field nt work together Friday when the attempt was said to have been made, and on Sunday following Mr. and Mrs. Young were nt the home of Mr. Young's father spending the day, two miles away. and The Herald received its information from Eq. G W, Martin, a member of the Fiscal Court from the Cromwell precinct, who is a reliable gentleman, and who is said to have obtained the information from some men who are making tics near Qrom-wel- l. How the report first.stinted, wc me at a Iosj to know, but it gives us very great pleasure to knowlhat there is no tiuth iu it aud to put tho&e gentlemen and their families right before the worl BEAVER DAM SCHOOL. I Sooond Annual Commonce BelievejnTHood's mont of Boaver Dam High Sohooi. Inherited Scrofula: Cured f f The Commencement KxercNes the Beaver Dam High School began lat night. The work of this prosperous young institution w been very neighlor-ingratifying an our 1 Read the Statement of a Popular Teacher g V X r; I Hood's'Cures ct e without The Hartford Republican. Subscribe at to be once. You can rot afford llrtir. ex-Ch- ief Bsaver Dam At. DEPOSIT DANK S ... V son-in-ln- o .... x RANK HARTFORD to-da- ... o p ... I WORMS! WHITE'S I wr EBHIFUfiE 20 1 hus-han- d le-fe- rs Get our prices on Job Wok before ling elsewhere. - J m MMMMWMMM. "yriBra-'- '- rw t:KftVM naejs - nwiiw. ef r war Froh Fish at W. II. Williams. "S THE REPEAL Of all the laws in 'theland would not make you refuse a gift ' Finest fruits at . Stecns & Hard-wick- s. Col. C, M. Barnett and wife, of No Creek, went to Owensboro Saturday returning Wednesday. A GALA WEEK. rv "f 4-- " fco EW. . , BIT'" : - Of a Little And the way in which Fair Bros. & Co. arc showing people how they can save the odd dollar MONEY From Their SALARIES Is evuivalcnt to making such a gift. A dollar .saved is a dollar earned. The application of this rule in Washington Would Make SENATORS And public servants more desira bio guardians of the Nation's welfare. Right here in Hartford we are giving pointers to those lawmakers, who should do more and TALK LESS. ' Come in and see the immense bargains in Dry Goods, Clothing, Notions, etc., at HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION, ftftlfj, 8fJ,0.sp(H0.. Prop's. m:vtimf. taiii.k. M 4&$$'1 mn Go to Pace's for a shave. Prof. R. VVtW Foster has returned from re- n m I WUST. Tin j P- - Owensboro. Mrs. Henry Pield has about covered from her recent illness. Kri'ncTtvKArutkS, No. 5, Mail No. 7, l.im. Kx No. 31, (Local) 1891,4:35 11:48 a. 111. 11 125 p. in 4.35 p. Mrs. Mary il. Hughes, Caneyville was allowed a pension last week. Col. K, R. Weir and Judge Kerning, Greenville, attended Court this week. x HAST. Bom to the wife Mr. Alex Seaton, Fonlsville, Inst Friday morning, a No. 6, Mail i2Sp. 3:25 n. m. boy. No. 8, Mm. Kx 5:5 a. No. 32, Local) Mrs. Sam Shamwell, Echols, died II. M kick. Ag't, Heaver Dam last Monday morning and was buried at Hopewell Tuesday. Junk 1, 1894. For Champion and Decring Mowers, Reapers and Binders, go to Taylor & Scientists t It us that thoro Co,, Beaver Dam, Ky, aro 10 POUNDS OF GLUE In every man's body. Wo intend to O Hon. J. K. Rowe spent Sunday with his laruily at Owensboro, returning to Hartford Monday. Mrs. Mollie Spinks, of near Beaver Dam, was adjudged a lunatic Monday STICK-Tthe following low prices, if it uses up our entire supply: and ordered sent to an asylum. - Ladies glove grain 1.25 Ladies Dongola Dongola . . . 1.75 Ladies cloth-toLadies hand sewed (the best) , . 3.00 A big lot of old ladies shoes to oo close out Oxford PatcntTips 75 Ladies Ladies Oxford Patent Tips . . 1.00 1.25 Ladies Ton Oxford Ladies Russet Oxfords . , . .1.00 Ladies Red Slippers (with bows) 1.50 Misses Red Slippers (with bows) 1 00 1.50 Ladies Uluchcr Tie Ladies Oxford Patent Tips . . 1.25 150 Ladies Strap Sandals Misses Oxfords, old colors, 80c to 90c Children's Shoes, 75c, $1.00, $1.25 Job lot of boys shoes (Congress) for $ 1,00 sizes from 33 to s's. $1.75 Men's Tan Shoes Dong, (extra fine) 1.85 Men's low-cu- t Men's fine shoes from $1.00, $1.25, Our $1,50, $2.00. $2 75 nd $3 00. band-sewe. Best Men's plow shoes, ft. 00, $1,25 up, We havn't space to mention prices on other shoes, but will say that we arc headquarters and guarantee goods, quality and prices the lowest. Come to us if you need Footwear. Messrs J. P. McKenney and wife, Beaver Dam, and James Bishop and wife, Owensboro, visited Hartford $1.00 Saturday, Dr. C, M. Heavrin, Habit, and Mr. F. M. Heavrin, Owensboro, visited Attorney M. L. Heavrin and family Sunday and Monday. Mr. M, T. Westerfield and Miss Rebecca Westerfield were married last Wednesday at the residence o! the bride's father, Mr. Jo M. Westerfield, ... I I Miss Laura Render has just recently closed a very successful school at Shultstown, and returned to her home at this place. Miss Render is one of the county's best teachers. Last Sunday Messrs Mack Murrell, Ellis Owcu and W. E. Hicks came over from Owensboro on their bicycles. They made the distance in two hours and fifty minutes. After spending a pleasant day they retnrned home that eve. $3-25- SCHAPMIRE, THIS SHOKIST. Mr. C. C. Bennett, Owensboro, was I The beasou of "the year when the farmers need reapers and mowers is approaching and we wish to call the attention of the people to the fact tha we are prepared to give them in this, as well as all of our Hues, the very best bargains. We handle the renowned Champion and Dee ring mowers, reapers and binders. Give Taylor & Co., us a call. Beaver Dam, Ky. ; Creditor Notice, persons naving claims againsi in the city yesterday. the estate of Nathan Bennett, deceased, will present the same to me propMr, M. F. King, Buford, made us a erly proven for payment before Augpleasant call yesterday, ust i, 1894, or they will be forever barred, Wood Tinslky, Adm. II. C. Pace is the boss barber ol the Hartford, Ky., May 8, 1894. 3t Green River country. FarlftaU, A good second hand cart. Call at Mr. Jo: C. Park, Beda, called at our office while in town yesterday. this office or address thcRKPVPWCAN au Esquire Liwson Reno, Greenville, ot HartSoda water at Stevens & Hard-wick'one of the oldest and most highly reford College. spected citizens of Muhlenburg died Cash for produce at Stevens & Wednesday. A Very Marked SuccessFine Ilardwick's. Entertainments and Marriage license since our last reLarge Crowds. Stevens & Hard wick for the best port :M.T. Westerfield toMiss Rebecca of groceries. Westerfield. Henry Felix to Miss This has indeed been a gala week Mr. H P. Ncal, Prcntis, was in Fannie Parks. for Haitford. The Commencement town yesterday. Mr. T, J. Smith has been called to Week with the College always brings Attorney T. F. Birkhend, ol Owens- Washington where Congressman Ellis a large crowd to the city, and our thinks he has secured Mr. Smith a streets are thronged with visitors boro, is attending Circuit Court. good lat government job. through the whole time. And besides is teachers' examination 4 'oil eve llnppeiilnffrt. this the exercises are a much appreand quite a numbers of applicants are F.ver since its establishment, fourciated treat to our people who are lovexpected to be in attendance. teen years ago, Hartford College has ers of that which is beautiful and true. The Haitfbrd Comet Band has been recognized as one of the leading The program has been well rendered furnished fine music for the Com. educational institutions in this part of and very interesting from the beginmenccment Exercises this week, the State, and the year just closing ning. All former efforts of the teachhas added new laurels to her crown ers and pupils have been excelled in Mr. nnd Mrs. McDowell Fair left Though the year has the abundant success of this week. yesterday morning for a months visit of successes. Besides the regular class examinarelatives at Standford. been a pleasant and successful one, to friends and like all things of an earthly nature, it tions during the week the order has Kennedy, the photographer, is must close, but we feel assured that been as follows: having all the business he can pos- the experiences ot the past year have musicals. sibly attend to. The people are taught us lessons that will prove of Monday night the Music Class, in taking the benefit of the opportunity inestimable value in after life. The charge of Miss Maggie Nail gave a to get good pictures. Those wishing time has seemed short since work be- Recital, which for good selection, any work done would do well to call gan the 26th of last August, but while management and rendition is scarcely before he leaves. it has been passing so swiltly we have ever excelled. The medal for the best instrumenbeen storing our minds with valuable About 75 or 100 miners from and other points held up an truths that will better prepare us to tal solo was awarded to Miss Annie L. Fogle, and for best class advanceeast bound freight at Beaver Dam discharge the duties of after life. We view with regret whatever mis- ment to Miss Carrie Wcerner. The Monday night. They wanted to go toDeancfieldto have the miners there takes we have made, out look with judges were Mrs. Eugene Nall,Owens-boro- ; Miss Ella McBeath, Leitchfield, cease work. The conductor sent for pride on the many victories achieved Sheriff Stevens who with Marshal in the several fields of labor in which and Miss Mary Lawrence, Louisville. Lyons and a posse ol tight or ten we have engaged. Our mistakes will Hon. J. E Rowe, in a few eloquent men nnd went out to Beaver Dam but be useful in enabling us to avoid remarks, presented the prizes, similar ones in the future and our PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. the miners had dispersed. victories but so many guide-post- s Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock the Wednesday while Mr. John 0. Cham-bcrli- n along the road of future success. Primary Department, in charge of and family, of No Creek, were The exercises this week have been Miss Katie Coombes, gave an enterattending Decoration Day at Shiukle very interessing indeed and have tainment which delighted the large Chapel sonic sneak thief entered their been attended by large numbers. audience in attendance, and attested house through the window and sucWe are glad to have the following again the superior ability of this exceeded in securing a dime taken former pupils of the school with us cellent young teacher. from a purse, one old copper centime, this week: H. L. White, V. F.MilThe medal offered by Miss Coombes one plugged nickel, one copper cent, ler, C.J. Dunn, Wallace Stewart.Kate for best work in spelling was won by and one two cent copper. The lour Jones, Dania Carter, Mattie Lindley, Miss Annie Collins and was presented latter coins the thief secured by break- - Abbie and Minnie Bell, Eugenia How- by Prof. H. K. Taylor of Louisville, ing open a child's bank. Mr. Cham- ard, Artie Bennett, Mabel Kimbley. in an appropriate little speech. berlin had taken his money with him The examinations, beginning last 'CLASS IN LITERATURE. that day and thus saved it. There is no Friday and continuing through this Tuesday night the class in Literaclew. week, have been very interesting. ture, in charge of Prof. Wtn. Foster, The following named parties They have been hard, and thorough- delivered orations at Court Hall to with many others arc visiting ly tested the qualifications of the pu- the delight of the large audience who in Hartford this week and attending pils. went away unable to determine who Commencement: Misses Ella We were very glad indeed to have deserved first honors. The work of Litchfield; Bessie Morgan, Prof. H. K, Taylor, of Louisville, both teacher and pupils during the Greenville; Daisy Stevens, Beaver with us Tuesday and Wednesday. He year has been very fine. Dam; Lula and Bessie Cox, llefiin; conducted General Exercises WedThe program, which was interMaggie Duncan, McIIenry; Minnie nesday morning, and made one of the spersed with music was as follows: and Abbic Bell, Buford; Ella Rowe best talks to which it has been our In the Land of Scott, Fannie RenMyrtle Howard, Mabel Kimblcy and pleasure listening. der. The Progress of Science, R. L. Artie Bennett, Owensboro; Sara The little folks entertained a large Power. The Zenith of the Evening Wilson, Kate Jones, Short Creek. audience in the College Hall Tuesday Star, Mamee Ross. Peace has her Messrs. II. L. White, Rome; V. F. afternoon. The little ones did ex- Victories, no less Renowned than Miller, Daviess county; J. W. Lytle, ceedingly well. War, J. Henry Barnes. The wheels Owensboro; Wallace Stewart, Hawes-ville- ; On Wednesday afternoon the stu- of Weary Life at last Stood Still, AnV. IX Moore, Sulphur Springs; dents of the Intermediate Department nie L. Fogle. The Principal Italian C. J. Dunn, Lei tch field; J. M. Barrass, displayed tact and ability in their enWriters, J. Ham Barnes. He was not Powderly; George Ralcy,Louisville;P. tertainment. of an Age, but lor All Time, Silas L Berkshire, Daviess county. One division of the Rhetoric Class Griffin. entertained Thursday afternoon. Their t'onri .Note. Misses Maggie Nail, Sallie Cate, Com'tli vs. L. A. Maiden, carrying speeches were good and each deserves Florence Morton, Jessie Smith and concealed deadly weapons $100 and praise. The second division will en- Oma Westerfield rendered sweet 20 days in jail. tertain this afternoon. music both vocal and instrumental. Com'th vs. John Aw try, unlawfully Mr. Battle, of "NasHville, is the INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. selling liquor 5100. guest of Prof. Foster, and is attendOn Wednesday afternoon at 2 Com'th vs. John Long, assault and ing the exercises this week. o'clock the Intermediates, in charge battery $25. We are more than delighted to see of Miss Sallie Coleman, gave an enAll other cases on criminal docket so many of our friends from Beaver tertainment at College Hall before a cither continued or dismissed. Dam attending the exercises this crowded house. Every part was well Com'th vs. Geo. Oats case continweek. rendered and the management splendued and the prisoner removed to the Would that we had space to men- id. Daviess county jail for safe keeping. tion the name of each of the visitors THE SOCIETIES. The grand jury adjourned Saturday that have favored us with their presThe annual address to the Literary inevening after finding thiity-scveence this week. We are glad to have Societies of the College was delivered dictments as follows: Receiving stol- them with us and give to all a hearty Wednesday night by the Hon, L. P. en goods 1; grand larceny 1; petit welcome. Little', of Owensboro. larceny 1; malicious wounding 8; asA large audience gathered to hear Popnllut Convention. sault 2; unlawfully detaining a woThe People's Party met in conven- the learned jurist well knowing that man 1; keeping a bawdy house 1; car tion Monday at Masonic Hall. J. P. they would be well paid. They were rying concealed a deadly weapon 5; Miller was chosen chairman and Ben not deceived. disturbing a lawful assembly r; .un- Newton secretary. Cicero Crowder At 8:15 the members of the O. L. lawful selling liquor 7; giving liquor was nominated as a candidate for C. Society followed by the R. E. C.'s to a minor 3; unlawfully selling cig- Comity Court Clerk in place of James and the Adelphians filed into the arettes 6. St. Clair, who withdrew some weeks hall and Mr. T. J. Morton, President William Hutchinson took the oath ago. of the Adelphians, in a few approof allegiance and became a citizen of Nat Lindley was nominated for priate remarks introduced the speaker the United States. to the audience. Judge Little had County Surveyor. I. M, Bennett vs. Jas. Sullengcr, The following .gentlemen were chosen Sir Walter Scott as his theme &e. dismissed, settled. selected delegates to the Congres- and his discourse was marked by a C. W. Lay ton vs. Alonzo Barnard sional Convention at Elizabethtown cultivaied literary taste at every trial and judgment for defendant. July 4th: G. J. Bean, Ferd Pirtle, T. point and the interested listeners Com'th vs, Dee Walker one year II. Balmain, T. Morton, Ben Newton, gave him a hearty round of applause In the penitentiary. A. S. Worsley, Tom Wallace, R. H. at the close attesting the high appreJ. W. Ford & Co., vs. Williams Stevens, J. B. Storms and J. P. Miller. ciation of the effort. On behalf of CoallCo hung jury, second trial, A committee was appointed to the Societies Miss Lucy Davis, Presi J. P. Hills vs. R. J. Daniel judg- arrange for a grand barbecue to be dent of the R. E. C's returned the ment for plaintiff, one cent and costs. given here July 23 and the conven- grateful thanks of the members to C. G. Kimmell vs. W. M. Bishop-judg- ment Judge Little and expressed in an elo tion adjourned. tor defendant. quent manner the kindest wishes for The Huperlorlty W. F. Tatum vs. Wade Daniel-dismi- ssed due to the his success. Of Hood's Sarsaparilla is without predjudice. Mr. Morton then dismissed the H. Rothchilds vs. W. S. Gains-judg- ment tremendous amount ofbrain work and audience, and another happy event constant care used in its preparation. for defendant. of the week was numbered with that II. C. Simmons vs. N. N, & M. V. Try one bottle and be convinced of which was but is not. its superiority. It purines the blood Co. judgment for defendant. FIRST DIVISION. RHETORIC which, is the scource of all health, Yesteiday evening the First Divis-ionTent Meeting nt Ilcnter I)nm. headcures dyspepsia, overcomes sick Revs. D. F. Kerr, G. P. Jeffries, L. aches and billiousness; tft it is jnst the Class in Rhetoric in charge Martin and O, M. Felix arc holding the medicine for you. of Dr. Alexander, appeared at College a meeting in Beaver Dam., The tent Hall with orations which displayed Hood's Pills are purely vegetable, the excellent training the students is a large one, seating about 1,000 inpeople. Rev. Kerr is an able preach- carefully prepared from the best have had during the year. gredient. er. He is beyond doubt one of the The programme was as follows: - . finest pulpit orators that was ever in Our Pioneers, A. M. Smith. An the city of Beaver Dam. The Rev. aim in life, A. L. McDonald The Dr. JeiTries is also a very able man. Trials of Life, R. A. Dyers. A boy's The meeting is progressing nicely, start in life, O. G. Williams. Patrick ' and a glorious revival is expected and Henry, Ozna 'Shultz. The influence we know it will come because God has of great national wealth on morality, said, "as your faith is so be it unto T. . Morton. Socrates, J. C.Miller. you.M The big tent is well filled Inventions, J. F. Smith, The Triand we arc able to see an earnumphs of Perseverance, Miss Bertha est expression in the faces of nearly ad- Brown, Character, Florence White. all the hearers as they drink in the The Ideal Man, Hardin Craig. ORATORICAL CONTEST. happy tidings of the Babe of Bethlehem delivered unto them by these The Oratorical Contest established two Doctors of Divinity. WHEN YOU GO TO OWENSBORO two years ago seems to have come to Mr. Prather, the great song Evanbe a fixed part of the Commencement GALLON gelist, will be here Monday to take Excercises. No other event of the charge of the singing. Before leavweek perhaps creates more genuine ing this town we expect by the help interest among the students of the 73C2B 3T.kOXOC of God to Christianize the greatest For the finest and Moit Artuiic Work, College and the people of the town. part of its people. Next week there any tiu or ifyfe, Frtderiea At, , Ukoem A crowded house greeted the young will be services in the forenoon, afterfor the honors of elo6mS7 contestants 3rd and 4th. noon, and evening of each day. We quence last night at the Court Hall intend to work while it is so called and the scene was enough to inspire LA DIBS light, believing that night is oming Needing a taaie. or children thai want bulldiaf every young mind and heart to the up, should take when no man can work. highest'effort. brown mow bxttkhs. owes KalfU. It U pleasant to take,AH dealers keep Intiftt The contestants were Miss Lula Martin. U. Uon. and Biliousness, s. To-da- y Mc-Henh, n - Fourteenth Annual Com-moncome- nt HOCKEft & DS, 00 Desire to call attention to the specialties in New Dress MUM & CLOTHING These are especially adapted to the summer trade and we have the prices that will tell. We mean what we say. A visit to our house will pay, in fact we guarantee satisfaction. Some specialties on the BARGAIN v COUNTER. HOCKBR A & CO. GREAT WONDER! A MUCH NEEDED ENTERPRISE, A NEW FOUNDR1 MACHINE SHOP. We are now prepared to do all kinds of Casting, Repair Machinery and Boilers, Fix Threshing and Mowing Machines, Reapers, Binders, etc.; also Gum and Hammer Mill Saws,Grind Chilled Plow Points, Bepair Pumps, make Engines, and everything needed for any kind of machinery. Work done with promptness, and satAlso all kinds of isfaction guaranteed. Pipe Fixtures and Belting kept in stock., Soliciting a liberal patronage, we are Very respectfully, yours, ' MW J, MUrFTl ui (incorporated) MACHINE CO., i S, Smith, Pies't. D. S. Dunoan, Seo'y & Tress. $ PENCERIAN'SllIP nrtlAl TWO SEPARATE SCHOOLS UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT, BOWLING GREEN Tha OTAt Unitnuu Trainlncr. TtonaVKfifinlno hnA flhnrthand College a. ThoyjrlTO a paasport to buslneee andsurceRs. CataJoRuofroo. Enoe Spencer, Frei't, J. V. FUh, 8eoy, Address Spencerlan College at Loulsvllto, Ky.. Owensboro, Ky., or Evanavllle, Ind. Business College. jpr M n ifi w2M J 1ST. I SOUTHERN IN CATAIUSHEO B0WLW8 GREER HJSIKSS CW.LE8L NORMAL SCHOOL. The great Basinets Training 5cboo 0! the South. I EnfUin, Tescners', Scientific, and Classic Short-hanproviaea iveepinff, leieffrapnr, Type-- 1 Courses. Music. Art, ana piocuuon PkrAuMd Wrlttnr. and Pen man thin. Pnolls can enter mi I for. Low rates of board ana tuition. Send for ny iime, acna ior catalogue I catalogue. UHK&ftY BIOS., Propers, Bowling Green, Ky. Course desired. Addrtes rrU Harvey Pruden, SOUTHERN School. Johnson, Afee, Harvey Pruden, J. R, Mc- Ky, B. S Curds-vill- e, d, Ky. Ella W. Cox, B. S., Hart-forJ. L. Brown. All the orations were fine but the Ky. John Henry Barnes, B, S Judges Hons. J. E. Rowe and T. F. Hartford, Ky. Robert L. Power, B, Birkhead, Owensboro; and Prof, of Stum, WJiitesville, relioved the anxious audience of suspense and when the name of Rev. J. R. McAfee was named for first prize and Miss Lula Johnson ior second the applause was almost deafening. Everybody enjoyed the occasion and only regretted that it was impossible for all of the young people to win first place, RHETORIC CLASS SECOND DIVISION. S., Guthrie, Ky. Emma A, Mosely, Ky. Bertha A,, Stephensport, May Felix, B. A., Olaton, Ky, Hardin Craig, B. A., Ensor, Ky. Hugh Baily, B. A., Cruseton, Ky. Clarence L. Armendt, B, A., Sulphur Springs, Ky. Post graduate: Prof. William Foster, A. M., Hartford, Ky. Commercial: B. a Subscribe for The Republican and the Louisville ev-nig- Weekly Commercial.Both papers one year for only $1.25, in vance. The Second Division of the Rhetoric Class, in charge of Dr. Alexander, will entertain at College Hall this afternoon with tbe following program: Morality A Nation's Safeguard, D. Ham Howerton. Men are not what they seem, Miss Susie Bowman, Home Beauties, Miss Lena Carson. is what we make It, Miss Ada Brown Our Influence, Miss Edna Carson. Grace Darling, Miss Jennie Quisen-berrMoral Sublimity, Miss Bee Brown. Lady Jane Gray,. Miss Co rinne Cox. The Follies of Fashion, Miss Edna Griffin. Hannah More, The Ideal Woman, LilSie McGee. Miss Bertia Morton, y. as mS I ... vn I'l RC i a.Am tWi r .m, mmr Mwm 0Ffm .r 77U trv4 ffotpil txpovndtd. Bridget hits her hand against the store tod ertet out with pein. She applies Dr. Fenner'e Golden Relief and the pain li gone. Johnny awoke in the night screaming for the pain In stomach the cherries had brought on. A teMpooafulof the Relief Is given. Immediately Johnny U dreaming. Tha akk mother, Jnst returned from her Southern trip, U no better. The ' heoUo flush M la still on her cheek and gloom hangs oter the family etrde. Tha Golden Relict Is used a month, and a cure results. The explanation 1st Golden Relief vrt fcvfommaffoa. No Inflammation, bo sore from burn, no hurt from ehsr lies, ao consumption. Contains no opiates, nar-eott-ea or mineral poisons. Safe and certain. Oae tableepoearal ouree La Ortppe- -lt neyer nor disappoints. Money refunded if saV lafaetlonnotglreu. Take a bottle home COMUKNCF.MKNT. 's program will be as C.Theo.Cain, follows: Invocation, Rev, J. S. Coleman, Salutatory, MTbe Glories of Scholarship," Henry H. Montgomery, Meeting Creek, Ky. The Mind's World, Richard Foster, Hartford, Ky. Con-- s ferring degrees, Dr. John E. Pendleton, Valedictory, "It is Finished," Miss pila W. Cox, Hartford, Ky, V, H. Canton The following named young people 1, 1 Canon, composed the graduating class for '94: Richard Foster, A. B., Hartford. Fenton B. Sanger, Ph, B., El Paso, Texas'. Ozora M. Shultz, Ph. B Beaver Dam, Ky, James L, Brown, Ph, B Rockport, Ky. Silas Griffin, C0RTIACT81S. B S.f Zion, Ky Jam.c-- 1 R McAfee, Careful Estimates made on all CarB. S.( Elkton, Ky. Lula E. Johnson, pentering and Building. Terms rca Ky. Henry H. B. S., Hartford, Montgomery, B, S. Meeting Creek, sontble, Hartford, Ky, ' 4 ai J. .L Carson & Son, A MUMS w '-? J: - WMfWBMH .ww - ii t U4 wV, tii -- " rrr Je-rk- imt .. vmii iB m i ii ii iuii i s V have rescued more than a million HOW IT WILL WORK. people from shipwreck. As the most Canadian rnrnirr Will ln(lt Uy Hit' WIN of them are isolated from home and nun 11111. 1894. Friday, Junk, i. friends, it is highly fitting that world Tha Wilson bill upcun our market to wide sympathy should be exteuded to tho producers of Canada and gives thorn ALONE. have proper nourishment during growth, or them, also to the men connected with an equal shnre in all our trade. They OEANJKIEM). A Loyal CltUrn'i Sacrifice for the Benefit they will not develop uniformly. the light houses nnd light blnps, upon live chuiptr, pity lower wages and can ' They find the f 1IU Htatea Depleted Truanurjr-H- U noCTON TKANSCRIPT. Our town is on a boom. whom vessels freighted with ptccious usually sell for the. ChlldreiTa Education Did Not, nrico or even ' food they need in , Miss Florence Wright visited Ford-vil- le Howerer, Matt 011 Affluence. lives depend lor safely. Christian loss and make money. Saturday and Sunday. Alone when the day la dawning, they, under tho MuXinley Hitherto Alone when the night dews fall, Mr. G. C, Roberts went to Owens-bor- o In 1830 tho treasury ot Virginia Endeavor Societies, located ne.tr bill, have made up what they did not stations or light hout-earc Under the veil nt the bridal, pay In taxes on farms and plant a in tho was Romewhat Impoverished, and Sunday. Under the gloom at the pall, to conduct appropriate United States by a pioteetivo tariff tit Miss Clara Johnson, Owensboro, is muny loyal citizens aided tho state inpenetrable barriers Behind the for the crews and nNo furnish tho border. Wo Haw that our own farm- to their own personal loss. Gen. visiting relatives here this week. Hie of dole. To work out its ern, our own workmen and our own There is Cod-live- r Oil for healthy flesh and books, m.tguiucs, inanufactuurn wore i;ivcn a fnirhow; Mrs. Lamasters and Mr. Louis Grif Thorims Nelson woaonoof these, and comfort bags, From its first faint cry till the hour his fortune was thereby so much papers, -, mits, muffleis, wri ctof hme and soda for bone material to die, that thuowho built up our towns, In- writing. fith are very low at this impaired that his younger children socks, yarn caps nnd the like lathe doom of each mortal soul. Physicians, the world over, endorse it. t'ic cmr dorri'i'hwtricfl, cleared our landn, Mr. M. S. Thompson who has been . . experienced many privations. Tho .au A.a.6. f ...." churches luuiiuu ui suniueu. wwnse who en :i built our school luniks and l!ii&u were opening a store at this place returned author of the "Memoirs of William First tender thought of the mother and furt'ier information with uJucim to nut limintuihut t'othem tlu.t Who brings us lorth in pain. to his home in Cadiz for a fnv days Kibjccted ruinous comictitiou; Nelson Pendleton, D. D.,M says that AsMielofikstnthecyesofhcroflspiiig, this noble movement m.iy addict th tlu.t what they cxreuded hi tho mate- - ,' Mr. J II. Obenchaitt is in town want of education, however, they Some clew t' Its soul M gil :. secretary. rial tlcxclcr-miuof tho country was are not known nmong tlioso who take SCOTT'S EMULwith his photographic outfit rerdy to wcn not permitted to endure. "O! what a i:iv ba'iy ihinkin?, hold for them. ANoall nave to i:iy tuxes SION. Babies 1 vcv Tat and chubby on it, and are good th-iA tutor cousin taught them Engso intent nnd wise' please the public gaze : ; With it and all have to do our duu share toward naturod becauso ilioy mo well. lish and French. Susan, afterward But cwr rciiinin the mystery, Mr. T. J. Hardin went to Owens-Adroit n uy pvojile in the coun helping to maintain law and order. And never a voice icp .. Mrs. Francis Page, became very la ly do not Viii-- wheic Herbert is sitPrepared Ly I -- alt h L Thoso who do these thing should not N.Y. Druggist! tell It boro Sunday. child in his sorr uv party at Mr. Williams was well tlmato with some of the refugeesn uated. It is situated near Panther bo made to suffer for tho benellt of this The Alone is the York-towcapital, plant, Btrauger, from St. Domingo, who fled to Over the broken toy, Creek Church, three mile? south f.um and for him whoo a foreign cuuu attended Saturday night and all Industry aro In in 1791. Association with them Alone is the stricken lover, -r-- :rv oi Pellvillc and five miies .south casd try and who i not and cannot bo a facseemed to enjoy themselves. gave her flueut uso of French conMourning a vanished joy, tor of our own national wealth. Tho Mr. Quint Kelly comes to town versation. Italian sho learned from of WhiUsville. three and one-halAlone is the bride at the altar, Canadian manufacturer, farmer or mea female friend, and her acquaint miles west of Hiyucsville e'e. Alone the bride groom stands, ever' well, every day. chanic had to pay at tho Imrder a tax them, -J Mr. J S Miller liaa relumed to his With his hidden life between W. R. Jones, Fordsville, was in ance with English literature was equivalent, fo far as could bo computed, That and their plighted hands. cultivated by her brothers in her home inOwensbcro, Saturday on legal business. town to tho full cost of tho privileges our youth and by her husband later Mi&s B. Miller Mr. Nat McCarty, Whitesville, w:lul Mls3 Sjllie market offered him. Alone lies the wife, with the canker It is very mneh like a city which She kept up her use of French so Kord Thursday. Of blighted hope in her heart; came up Saturday to see his relatives. buthld sidewalk, grades MrcitH, putt) in Alone is the husband dreaming, Mrs. M. i$. Miller, of t.iis place, is Mr. G. W. Kelly moved to his new constantly that her children and tho waterworks, firo systems, builds and Of balkel ambitions smart; young servants around her became visiting her diitghter, house near the depot TutHlay. Mr. Wit! taut maintains hchools erects churches and And so from the birth o the bridal, enough with the sound to . familiar docs nil those things which make life Mr. Vernon Gillespie, Fordsville, obey an order given in French as Holhud, of Whitesville. From the first to the latest breath, pleasant and agreeable. Of course these Mr. Richard Medt:af is doing In crowded streets, in lonely steeps, attended the party at Mr. Williams readily as in Eugllsh. Sho also fro- thing: co&t money, and to meet thctio ex & bvc The soul goes alone till death. buMitcss in merchan-'isrignlast Saturday night quently read aloud jn good English pcuscH taxes are laid on loud, houes, Y)1Lh liAAXl f In our last article we made a mis any Italian or French book which this place. Mr. Andrew Medical f mercantile establishment, etc. I, A his brother, U afco doing a good What would we think of tho political ESCAPING FROM UBBYPRISON. THE WORLD'S FAIR I take about Mr. I'ierson going to struck her fancy. economy which would allow peddhirf to Los3 of wealth never lessened tho business heie. Owensboro to purchase a new spring . Committee, who tctrd tho go from honso to hotiM) and hell very a w?s We are having a very interesting JlcCormlck No. 4 Sttcl flower Two Instances ofCoolnoss and stock of goods. His business was of social distinction of the Nelsons, and article cf huuhohold need and luxury cS,' In tho only n'ilar cx option Mrs. Pago used o relate with great Sunday School at tilt's place. Bravery by Yankee Prisan entirely different nature. without let, hindrance, tax or lieiu.se? field trIMi, In a .cay Krowth sprlglitliness some of the shifts to oners. Mr. Dave Urjoks, cf IZaynvbville. They would drive ovir street paved by Mr. Fred Laroastus, Victoria, was timothy and rioter, ald, In which she and hor younger sister tho cf TOLEDO BLADE. their onicial report: "Iho in town Sunday to sce his mother, had been put in order to dress In a and Miss Hattie Kuwin, of I.vont.i, any moneyTheytheir competitors freo of tax. would return nothing to efficiency of thu machine I The confederates in command at who is very sick. -t thin, under fair comlttlotis manner suitable to their society and will bo married at WV.- Point Church tho municipality which allowed them to Libby prison would not permit uni.iain.ll Tl .una .... 1..I . ... a jt . , A very serious accident happened her owu prestige as tho belle of Sunday evening at 4 o'clock Rev. ply their nocatiou. They would not be , AJHATt figure! for ordinary nuwert WUU XW forms to be sent through in boxes to just above this place on the C , O. & York town. residents, but carry away to another Hook will ptonounce the ceremony aro at least twenty pound phico tho meney they received for their the prisoners, but so long as the boxes S. W. railroad Sunday which came Miss Pine Mi teal f, oi Floral, is visOn one occasion a grand ball was, higher In total drift, ull!t ru were received they would accept citi- very nearly ending the life of Mr. to bo given at the "Raleigh tavern," iting her brother, Mr. .Andrew M.t-cil- f. goods. Thty might not even eat a meal of net or spend tho co-- t of a night's lodging xmdhwb ilhcitnc) Utltrnluc(0er cmt., which ft, tiro p- zens clothes. In this way Lieut. James Webster, of Ford ville. He in Williamsburg. Neither of tho there. Surely this would not bo juulice. tnachlni should tocrjectcd to CuJiiwuJumw PennsylvaKupp, of Berks county, Certainly no town could thilvo which Mr. II. V. Chambers, CJiambers exceed." ThcMct ormlrkUiba with a number of companions were young ladies had u pair of dancing 1 w Ikhttfct draft, and niQt itVo nia, received a suit of butternut color- standing on the rear platform of a slippers, and the family purse was Ky is visiting his run, Mr. J. II. did not, in fair measure, protect her tx y&r live jrraiH culler jet r"m.d. owu taxpayers, Nor can it bo argued ed clothes. He was captured at Get passenger train when he lost his bal- - empty. Long and anxious consultaChambers. (Illchnt .Vedal cuardrd , that theso pcddlero should g free of tion failed tosuggcst any means to confine- ,' tysburg, and after six months Mr. Jim Burdetteiud family visited tax or license to prevent robbery or exance and fell over backward on a tres supply the deficiency. Affection ment his uniform was worn to rags, tle across a slough. The train was tortion by tho local XcCcrmick Ginders, Reapers and Mowers aro built by (he McCORMICK HARVEST! 3 and contrivance at last proved ex relatives at Power's Station Sand iy. as an argument, is merchants. That, so that the garments sent from home running about thirty miles an hour, uod by Democrats, Mr. Lee Holland, of !eivisp rt, and '.: t'NS CO., CHICAGO, and art (or sale wherever grain or grass Is grown. cellent handmaidens to necessity. but when analyzed its absurdity is shown a tall, were most welcome. Being but his back and shoulders struck1 "Mammy Nurse," the white house- - Miss Phronia Miller, of Pill ville, weie at a glance. Competition uover fails to lank young man, as soon as he put first and the momentum was so great keeper, bad a sheen .killed. Tho skin united in the holy bonds of matri AG-'T- , bring down prices there are lnerchauta on the clothes he was transformed in- that he was thrown nearly ten feet. was tanned by "Undo Cupid," tho monyntthescMdenceof the bride's enough and more aro ever ready to como to a lean, gawky North Carolinian, He was taken to Fordsville, where butler; dyed black by mammy, ond father, Mr. O. 1 Miller, by Rev. R where purchasers are to be found, so a to make a reasonable price to consumers. made Into 'the coveted slippers by and was joked by hiscomrades on his after a thorough examination it was "Uncle Paul," the plantation shoe- T. Bruner on the 10th inst. resemblance to a confederate, a fact found no bones were broken. One evening ast week while Mr. Wliut Protection It Liter., At last maker. he was not slow to avail himself. It accounts he was doing fairly Protection is like a good book; ouco Aaron Crowe w.13 plowing Ins team well. Mrs. Commodore Decatur and -- TO SlU IlTJIK lu your hands you want to hold on to it. was not unusual for confederate offiThompson, Pettitt & Co. began Miss Dolly Payne afterward the became frightened ami ran off badly Protection is to workingmen what cers and citizens to visit the prison work on their new shaft last week, wlfo of President Madlsou were injuring one of the horses, but flowers are to bees; it enablefl them to with the guards. One morning, to and struck a fine quality of block coal among Miss Susan fortunately no one was hu-- t utoro away tho frulu of their labor for Nelson's In t iron-tthe inexplicable amazement of his two feet thick at eighteen feet below friends. At a season of unusual The tieonlenrc vervinimh diRcmir. future eiKiTgruciefl. n bolid Protection is to labor comrades who saw the act, Kupp fell the surface. They will not stop ;... nrrAit v,t to festivity Mrs. Decatur complimented "6VM a,. n....i. -- r me si.uciiy uir', abutment is to a bridge awhat and sure v.uuufc ui t hafu in behind the guards at roll call, and work this vein, her on belug always so well dressed tobacco plants. but will continue foundation 011 which to rrot. cooly walked down to the office of to go down her wardrobo ut the time being Misses Ellen Ora Protection is as neceiary to tho and Telia until they strike the next the commandant, Major Turner. He vein, which is supposed to be about limited to two white gowns. One of Haytics called 0:1 Misses Mattie Mis growth, development and elevation of these, freshly washed and ironed, sie permitted the guard of pass out, and four feet. and Beatrice Morris Thursday labor tu tho sunlight U to tho i!owrs. was put on every day, and the toilet Protection is no repccter of kxous. when Major Turner, a smooth faced Miss Mecie Lamastus departed this completed by either a blue or pink evening It tun extendi its blciugd to Demmartinet, appeared from his private life at her home Miss Mellissa Coon, of this place, ocrat. at this place May 11, sash said sashes having been prooffice and asked: "Well sir, who the Protection it llko a king; it confers 1S94. She had been an invalid for vided by "Jim Possum," tho negro is suffering from a very severe attack dlpnitUb; it dignifies labor. devil are you?" Kupp gave a fictitious almost four years, and all that medical fisherman, who devoted two whole of mumps. Protection is llko n mother; it gives name and added: Mr. R. M. Miller returned from Mr skill could accomplish was done for days to the catching and selling of nourishment to industries I'm from NoHh Killinery." her without avail. She leaves a fish for the purposo of buying his Win, Holland's Wednesday. Protection is liko miii warmth; it n you! what do you widowed 'D Messrs. Allie Rice and Ed Miller cheer uud gladdens thohtartHof tho mother and several brothers "young mistis" her ribbons. Youth's Companion. want here?" demanded Major Turner. to mourn her made a flying trip to Louisville last poor. loss. On Sunday, May Protection li liko a vnlnablo jewel; "Wa'al," drawled Kupp, as he I3t her remains were laid to rest in week. the onco you havo it in your ixtescaiou you What She Said, thoughtfully stroked his chin. "Bern" Magofoc Cemetery, Mr. Richard Mcdtcalf wentonabus-ines- s do not liko to part with it. near Cloverport. in Richmond, I thought I'd come Clah Oh, I am so lad to see you! trip to Chve".sboro last week. Couktrv Jay. 1'ttr American 1'arinera To Think A turn t, down and see the Yanks," I bavo some news. Mr. Hardin Wallace and wile, of Thoro arofewclaKseof workmen wlio Democratic Pin I form Jinking. Maud What can It be? n your impudence!" roared D Ensor, visited Mr. G. W. Milligan iu iuiuiy respect aro m thoroughly TOLEDO BLADE. Clara (blushing) Can't you Turner. "If you want to7 see the Saturday ail 1 Sunday. wretched as tho Englfhh agricultural laof Our Democratic friends are going to guess? Yanks go to the front! now get out Miss Sadie Miller visited Misbes borers. They aro iu many renpects ho have a very rough time at their vari Maud (enthusiastically) Oh, I miserably poor that, If tluy weru conof here as quick as God'U let you, or Maggie, Belle and Mabel Miller Frious party conventions this year to know. Its a proposul. verted into slaves tomorrow, it would Til kick j ou out." bo to tho interest of their owners to feed Clara Yes. But you don't know day. construct platforms that will not be "No, you won't kick me," said He will save you MONEY by Buying from HIM.. Will Mis Mary Metcilf, of Knottsville, them far better than thoyaro ut pnscnt. who it's from. laughed to scorn by even the intelliKupp, drawing himself up, "but if Maud Let me sec. "Why, It must has returned home from a two weeks Throughout largo agricultural ditrictH sell you a Buggy, Harue, Lap Duster nnd Whip bo laborer from G0.0O you are so particular about your darn gent members of their own party. It bo from from visit to her cousin, Miss Edna Ford. not a fJukIo agricultural so muchwill a will not do to indorse the "Wilson as found who has saved ed old prison and your cussed yanks, up to 7.r).00. The Davis Carriage Cumpnny has tho rcputa. Clara Chnrlcy Haskins. EltXAU. week's wages. A lifo of toiling and keep 'em and go to h 11!" And there- bill," for everybody will desire to Maud (hiding her surprise) Oh induntry offers no other prospect tiou of building the beat Buggy for tho mnuoy of any Factory know which one of the five editions upon he walked coolly out. than n mibcrublo old age. Henry Fuw-cet- t. yes, of course. What did ho say, BOOK-KEEPIN- G up to date, and possibly more to come in Cincinnati. Most men, on finding themselves dear? Clare Oh, ho was so nlcel Ho Shorthand and Penmanship. thus unexpectedly tree would have yet.ismeantbythatambiguousphrase. Vrvv Trade In Gnat Itrltuln. We have recentlv prepared Books made what is called a bee line for lib- On the the tarifT question they dare began by declaring that ho had alIn tho city of Glasgow alono 11,000 on the above, especially adapted to out of every 100,000 live in lwmes havways thought of me. erty, but not so with Kupp, Having not indulge in glittering generalities. Home Study." bent on 60 days ing only ouo room, and, further, nearly The split between the Randall DemMaud Oh yes. Ever since ho secured a piece of timber, he walked of tho whole peoplo dwell in trial. Hundreds have been benefitted ocrats, who favor moderate protecmet you that time at the seashore. down before the prison, on the other homes of only 0110 100m, and moro than hundreds of dollars by ordering our tion, and the Calhoun Democrats, of Clara Exactly. And then of tho peoplo of Scotland side of Carey street, and there stood Maud Then bo was sitting in publications. whom Wilson is the avowed leader in Why not you? dwell in homes of not moro than two whittling, while he looked up at his the chair, wasn't ho? Ho moved Should you later decide to enter rooms. John Bright. the House, will appear in the convenastounded comrades. Finally he obeytions and it will be a gigantic task to over to the sofa and took your hand In our College, you would receive credit ed their gesturesofwarning and startWho Will Tuy tin Mil? s3&sjam make a platform that will fit the ideas both of his, and told you how he had for the amoutit paid. Four weeks by Tho leceipts of tho goerument for ed ofl, and succeeded in coming gradually learned to love you, and our method cf teaching ANDg of all the voters who call themselves tho nino months ending March 110,1801, through to "God's land," as we then remarked incidentally that ho A Democrats. is equal to 12 weeks by the old pl,w. show a lo.s In cubtoius reumo of jL thought that kind of lovo was tho called the North, being an averago of nearly Then there is going to be lots oi most lasting. Positions Guaranteed under certain Another curious escape, requiring er month equal to 500,000 conditions. Semi for our Free illus- ptr dny. Tho iovenuu hcems to bo reClara Why, so ho did I even more coolness and address, was troube about Mr. Cleveland in the various State conventions. Thatobese Maud Then ho was silent for a trated 96 page catalogue and ".state ducing iUclf without tho aid of thu that of an officer from Connecticut. gentleman is sensitive to his persontime, and finally said you must ex- your wants." Address J. F. Draugh-on- , Wilbon bill. Before the war he was a merchant cuse hhn, but ho was so overcome by ality, and will expect "ringing1 Draughon's Practical Pres't. Tlie (iiint Itilonu. tailor, and understood his trade thorindorsing his superhuman hia emotions. Then IiIb arm slipped Business College and School of ShortThoouthtouding iutcrcbt bearing doht oughly. He was in a hospital when around your waist, and he said that hand and Telegraphy, Nashville, of tho United States iucrcntcd during wisdom, his superb statesmanship, one of the officers happening to learn , you were the only girl in all tho Tenn -.and giving his administration 600 Students tho flrht yiurof Clo eland's udiuiulhtra-tlonunix Teachers. of his skill asked him if hecould razee world ho had ever eared for In his fxom Murch 1, lbUU, to March 1, qualified support in all it has done, whole Enter 1801, $50,100,070, being almost 5,000, a uniform made for a larger man so life, adding that ho could not the past year. No vacation. including the Hawaiian fiasco. And live without you. No, no, that would any time. Cheap Board. N. 1). 000 per month. as to fit him. The Yankee said there the obsequious federal office holders, be impossible. And would you not We pay $5.00 cash for all vacancies would be no difficulty provided he was Ji'turnlyiti 1vvhohb who sneeze whenever Grover snuffs. say just tho one llttlo word that as stenographer, teach furnished with the necessay articles Andtliosa troubled ulth ncrvotisncss rciultlng will busy themselves to compass this would make him, oh, so happy? ers, clerks, etc , reported to us, procare or overwork will bo relieved by taking from and was paid for his work. ConfederBrown a Iron Bitters, Genuine Hartford, Kentucky Clara Well, I don't seo how you vided we fill same. end. They will be in evidence in the ate money then being plentiful, $150 bu trade mark anJ crossed red lines 00 wrappoc. know, but it was something like conventions, and there will be fun was advanced and the gray uniform PENNYROYAL PILLS the administration is endorsed that. originally made for an officer who had PARK Maud And what was your Female Regulator, as fully and unequivocally as Cleveland been killed at the front and who had ure perfectly pale aud always relia wishes it to be. no more use for it, was brought into Clara (beaming) Why, dear, what Lie. (or all Irrrgularites, painful " r- ;Then, there is the financial question. would you have the prison. The confederate officer tVJl said? ., t zr?yJM-JMenstruations, v' Suppressions, they Itfti.. 'ilftYteffnk J, i.a. . ?frZm This has developed to a point where rgrfiil Maud I said No. Tom Masson, never fail to uflord a speedy and cerwas particularly anxious to have it iU&aiidill!!jjuuwmi tain relief. NO EXPKRIMENT,but done by a certain day, as there was a sliaddle won't go in defining the i:i IIanj.n'Q Dazar. 1 I n scientific and positivcreHef,adopted going to be a ball in the city, and he position of the party. It will no longer CIirlMlnn l.iiricntor Work. only after years of experience. All dototleclare in "favor of both gold wished to appear at his best. The Much interest has centered in the orders supplied direct from our of tailor assured him that he should and silver as money metals." Every- Christian Kndeavor work in Life fico. I'ncn per pnrkn-je81.00, or body with few exceptions, agree to Saving Stations, at the International not bedisappointed. The owner of the this. But the point is, arc you in Convention in Montreal, Canada, an six packnircH fitr $5 00f liy iihiil clothes came frequently, in order to KVBUY PACKAGE LrUAU have them properly fitted, but the favor of the free and unlimited coin- advanced movement was made by ANTEED Pnriirularf- frealed) 4c. tailor saw to it that no one age of silver at a ratio of 16 to i, adding the Light Houses and Light All CorrcfnomluMo bti.ctly Configarment was completed before the when the market ratip is nearly twice Ships to the work; also including the dential, PARK FTVTPD Y CO. as gieat? That is the issue the Dem- United Kingdom of Great Britaian in lLbtou, Mats. rest. In the north-eas- t corner of the hospital there was a little apartment ocrats must meet and there will be a the field of operation, Men were boarded offand known asthe doctor's row in most of the conventions before chosen to represent England, Ireland, office, to which the prison physicians the matter is settled. Scotland and Wales on the InternaThese are minor points of difference tional Committee, which consists of had access at all times. A3 soon as the tailor had the uniform completed among Democrats in every state, and representatives from every State and he proceeded to try it on himself and they will also be bones of contention province where life saving stations as he was about the sue of the man in the conventions. No wonder the light houses and light ships are z u.w- A id 'j- .-- T. for whom it had altered, it fitted I wise heads of Democracy are shaking located Rev. S. Kdvvard Young, their heads and wondering what is Park, N.J. is Clmirmnn; Uev. J. him like a glove. With this uniform going to happen when the bodies get Lvbter Wells, i83 Grind Street, Jeiscy on his back and the 150 for fixing it CURES HOTHIWaiUT PILES, City, N. J., is Secretary, They deover in bis pocket, the Yankee went together. We are manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal directly with livered addresses nt the Montreal A SURE and CERTAIN CURB out of the hospital and advanced known for 15 voir as tho BEST Conventiotittheformer tpeiking ofthc upon the guard. boldly ha consumer, thus saving him tho por cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices are re at. REMEDY FOR PILES. spiritual wantsandthe latter of intcl Tnfr4 k ftlCIUBDSOI XIDICm CO., Vt. LOVIU If he had any fear that the guard onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. Respectfully, lectual andphysicul needs of the crews. would challenge him it was at once soldier, seeing the The life savers of the world are the set at rest, for the 7 una opiitm nab!.! on his bnwest mcn anJ continually hazard curvu fct IwiiiO llA stars of a Lieutenant-coloue- l outPaln.UookoIpar forothers.they guard 20,000 their lives coat, brought bis musket to an order, suiariacnirHK. M.WOOLLBY.M.D, Owmboro, Ky mijes or more of dangerous coasts and Yankee passed AUAAUtOOftog the disguised Hartford Kepublicah without dificulty. Like Kupp, his boldness and address were requited POVERTY NO HINDRANCE. with success, for he succeeded in coming through to our lines at Wil- Gon. Nrlson wd Hia Good Old Virginian Family. liamsburg. Children f mut 1 set-vic- Scott's Emulsion Children ( (r M I t 1 iOPrSE sense f I I aMic-cc&sf- CUWpwV I t I black-biuithin- 1 AjAi uS&SS!,L $fac6v$t XtitJbmMu&j'& JlJ &crttJ A... u tsAxsjr&&wiiiX'70jii a V j6" zap 'tffftSMv. Z. BUTLER, FORDSVILLE, Gams to Sartford . f ( SPRING OPENING OF Buggies just from the Davis Carriage Company. C. L. Field's car So come and judge for yourself. ouc-thh- d two-third- s book-keepin- HE'W TORE ra NIFFVI ha mmnt mi -- 1 m mm m $1.25 orders in. Address all to ONE YEAR m d.'rrs-n.c. book-keeper- IIALiTFOUD REPUBLICAN, be-fo- nn-swr- r? 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