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The Hakteord Bepublicak OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY HAVE YOU PAID YOUB Will show how you lllPTION. stand with THIS TAG WE DO JOB WORK IK THE FOURTH COKQRESSIOHAL DISTRICT. ESTTOirxr T3L1T1 CL Tho Republican. Pay up and ono year in Advnnco and we i will send you Tho Louisville Wookly Commorcial ono year rroo. suoscrioo atonco. VOL. Vll. ceremony HARTPOED, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1894. be stopped same boat ns the city of Lezington it is propectic it is spending more money than the of evil, and many fancy to rennve it tax gathers aic turning in, nnd the after it is! placed on the finger it is Governor is said to be seriously debating a proposition to call the Genunlucky. eral Assembly to lniet in extra sesThe breaking of n web ling ring is surely prophetic of the death of sion to discuss the financial problem and pcssiblj increase the State tax one of the married twain. levy from 42f t j 47 cents per $100. There is an explanation to this su The State suspended payment for pcrslitiou; over three months on account of a "As the wedding ring wears, had better To lose NO. 17, PROFESSIONAL OARD. right there. Highest of nil in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report. JmkG)OAP V9Xoo PURE Baking ji2XS5 Powder days that there is no market for poetry or humorous articles. I wasn't that, of course; but I thought It would serve as un innocent excuse. So now she has sent this, because I told her, she says, that there was no difficulty iu finding an open- OWENSliORO, KY. ill prnutufe lit? profetsiou in Daviess an.! mljoiiiiug cirtuilies. Special jiivtii to ciilltciioiiB. Office, Hank of, I LAWYER, oiiiinctcu liuildiug. .I.N. II. VVrildU J -- W J Jnn, B It jk M' , lack of funds, nnd has only now com, bON'T ACCEPT IMITATIONS. that menced to pay claims due last July l u gamsix co cin-tTH2 and August, leaving September ni,d time will cure ills. October creditors to whistle. This is throwing of rice nnd old flipThe BRIDAL SUPERSTITIONS pers, weich should nevci be omitted' a very bad time to be forced to conANYWHERE! SAVED FROM HIS LOVE. is des:eii led front antiquity rice sider the necessity of increasing taxi Brown is a shrewd EVERYWHERE! or i',uimli!iii meaning fertility nnd plenty, avIiUp es, mid G vein Act ill Reginald Vuughan, journnlist, was 'I luif 'nrr.v l.tirU or the old shoj is supposed to invoke enough party man to realize that the smoking a solitary midnight pipe In CUMMER EXCURSION HII.ikU. calling of mi extra session of the the favor of the fickle godness of forhis chambers when Micro was a TICKETS Ana on aia via mm General Assembly tor such a pur- knock at the door. He looked up tune. , Few girls are tl mullets enough to No bride or groom itiuat turn back pose would be disastrous to Deuioc-- ' without rising front his chnlr. GHesapftMdlo&Souttwesfsnt "Hullo, Elisor!" lio said, "conic in. risk ln'iiu untried mi n Friday, ntu' after once stirtlug an J the bil: racy on the eve of a SVfite campaign. KA.IL.KOAD, ti The leader is not hidebound or Where hnvo you been?" nlso In the month of May, which is must b: sure when she lcives ho.ue To (ha Springs and Mountains of Virginia. His visitor was a young man In enough to say that the condi- considered . very unlucky tune, while to place in her pocket a silver coin, To tho Lakes anil Woods of tho North, June, September, October and Decern-b.- r so that in future years she tiny not tions which exist in Kentucky to day evening dress, nn old Cambridge To tho Soashore and the Ooean, friend, and now also engaged in are deemed the luckiest mouths comcrto wait. In the Isle of Man it might not exist in some Republican TO Abb THE PROMINENT RESORTS Commonwealth; but we do say, and rarning nn imaginary income at tho of the year, but even then she must is custom .rj for the bride and groom bar and an actual one by his pen. IM THBp avoid the i,,th day to go to the altar with a pinch ol salt political history sustains us, that no "Been to the theater," he answered, UNITED STTESHD CANADA United States "and thought I would look you up on M mil y Tues l'ty and Wednesday in their pocket to insure them a life Republican State in the wculd tolerate such notorious incomAt VTKU. f U THIS my nay home. Why, what's the are Mini lert'd tho bsstdiyi to be of prosperity. Pleasani Spoj near Home: marrie on, if assurance of happiness bride petency and open rascality in public matter with you?" ho continued, as Above all things, should a Kenho leisurely took off his great coat, is desin-d- , for weap on her wedding day, no matter office ashavegoneunpunishedin aAY80N sparyas, nnd filled a pipe. "You're looking tucky. "Monday for wealth, DAWSOW SPRINGS, how happy. She must squcee out TiicmI i lor he.dth ORincaNDEN SPJtlNGS, When the State of Pennsylvania, as melancholy ns if you, instead of for the bride who nega tear or sj, myself, hud been witnessing the , OKHULEAN SPRINGS, Wedneslny thebest thy of all. lects to weep will be very unhappy which gave Blaine 88,000 majority, -- S performance of a modern English rainouiC heir Social, Healthful, and Kconorstc Thursd and which last week was carried by farce." iv fur crosses, IJschangc indeed Adiaulages. jjX Frid.iv fir looses, the Republicans by nearly 250,000, The gloom on Vaughan's face deepLOCAtWNDAYKXCUURIONTICKKT The only way to cure catarrh is to elects a Democratic Governor by M:o talc between all stallona wllblii a dia- 0 Satttidny no luct at nil." ened. "Hint's the matter," he anVjancc of fifty mllea ami Sarsspa-ril- l VTSK1C KND TICKHTS will Wold lolxnila-r"MAll bridij-ilc- ct swered laconically, pointing to a rtjoice when the purify the blooJ. IJood's because of Republican dissatisfacMcinphW, and I aducak, from point, ia i purifies the blood and tones up the Tlcinlly of tlioic cltlci. inarriie lay cUvviir, brightly, reiiieni-betin- g tion with the management of State bulky envelope which lay on his tile whole system. writing table. the old adage: ate, Klmlulet ami alt Information regarding affairs, distiust of the party nominee, a trip In any direction will bcfurulabtdoti appll. "You don't mean to say that your is the btido Upon whom the "Wist is it too much to ask of Kentucky raituu lo any agent of the Iteporl. Chesapeake, Ohio & Southwestern R. R. Ilctow is the grade of Iixcelsor that she hold her public servants to editor has sent back somo of your Mtu doth alii lie." work?" s.ald tho other, ns he moved n I anyone reqtililtic; iwoki, pamphlets or any School District, No, 36, for the term a stricter account! nhty for their nets And .ill are cqmlly cert.iin that ulre, tulng mailer, tlcicriblng any particular re- toward the table. kjn ir re$otti,cati procure tame by writing- - to "To change the name and nut the letending Nov. 9, '94: tin. ir miis of omission and commisany ofthe follovrius: said worse," "Worse, much Archie McD.iuiel 77, Mattie ter 1 1 OO'WAN, sion? Vnughnu, with infinite pathos in his HOWARD lOLLY, im ..KUkket AcL. Uittikt I in. Ail . n yi, I.oney Patterson 72, Robvoice. av. We believe the people of Kentucky mural., Ta. Is change fir the worse and not "Why, It's Mabel Lawrence's writert Torrencc 62, i Annie 77, ure in a humor to turn over a ntw the better" .BITWCH. W.J. McBRIDE. Tin. r.M Aft , wi'i" Art . KT. ing! Your lady lovo sends you The dm following the wedding Jennie Sorrels 75, Admin Snulerlur leaf next year and if the Uepublians tOllatULI, LOCI.TU.il, ET. MtAKMEP.. cschtstvi- - to the husbind, and 78, livcrcttc Suiderfur 76, Maud put up a strong and nttr.ictive ticket lengthy letters, Vnughan. Or is it CI Am Ctn I Mtujtr, i , li.ddwin 67. I.ien Torrencc 76. Susie 011 a clean cut platform they will merely a collection of your own eleLttl'l.TILLX, IT, fortunate tor htm it it be fair. gant epistles which she now returns In e iriict times nmonj the Jews Sorrels 70, Myrtle McSherry So, Clif-fi- e sweep , Kenthe St.ite next year to you with scorn? I believe there's d Hert Davis 7ov Roninie was con- Davis 77, ol the we k TT -- .a.,, Ort.4.4.... tucky Leader. some sense in that girl, after ulll" hMceJ unlucky for, naidenes to wed Il.ildwiu 78, Yirgil Moseley 75, Irena "Sit down, Ensor, and don't be a Wise 85, Ethel Leisure 75. Clifile Dandrufl is nil exudation from the fool. Of course it isn't that; we nro iiinns coiiMilcrcd the nones and ides I.cach 85, Minnie Taylor 83, Harry pjres ol the skin that spreads and to bo married next month. She is a Ilaldwiu 85, Otha I.each 90, James dries, forming scruff and causing tl e dear, nice girl but sho has lately vi each month ns unlucky. The postponement of a weddin is Sanderfur 79, Maggie Oldham 85, hail to fall out. Hall s Hair Renew-e- r conceived the notion that she can j write, and sends me reams of tho THE ONLY I.INF j even now regarded with such hoiror Leslie Leach 83, Loney Leach 80, cures it. most impossible copy, begging mc, Wiibtfaronpli Car Sorviiv Irojii that in my will be wedded on a sick Lilly McSherry 83, Janey Moseley S5 if I love her which, of course, I do i bed or in a house of mourning rather Robert Barnard 87, Garfield Harnard llrtri, 1 to get them used. What on earth Of school district No. 44, for month 80, Bertie Harnard 90, Clarence Mcthan change the date. am I to do?" It is an ovtrbold woman, indeed, Sherry 63, Carlie McSherry 83, Ch is. ending October 26, '94: "I see; she is oue of the modern who will let her vanity so for get the Harnard 73, Mary Taylor 95, Hdna Iva Coppige 83, Maud Bewley 86, young ladies who look upon litera., , H A 1, bitter oflier as to don her bridil robes Leach 73, Herman Westerfield 68, Lena Brown gj, Pearl CoppageS6, ture as a pleasant alternative to b d "ffg t to in their entirety belore the hour set Sue Moseley 88, I.ela McDanicl 75, Bessie Powers 93. Fannie Bewley 86, crochot work. The Englishman is s for the ceremony, as such an net Lcta McDanicl 75, Jessie Torrence 70, UrTie Wimsatt 92. Aimer Gentry 86, supposed to say: 'It is a fine day; lot death and dire misfortune. In Jay Westerfield 70 Leslie Petty 97. Winnie Westerfield us kill.' Tho Englishwoman undoubtedly does remark: 'It is a wet face, the brides toilet has a great deal R J. Jarnigak, Teacher. 85, Jessie Boling 8s.Tttla Coppage8s, day; let us create.' Hence- the femia 83 RosaCoppage 83, to do with her luture happiness, nnd AbbieWitlett nine novel; which, by tho way, has Scrofula is one of the most fatal it is u uiscgul who remembers all Bel tha Petty 96. Roscoe Bewley 84, almost ceased to bo novel, and would among the scourges nhichafllict manLiz-zi- e Katie Petty 67. Wilber Hile 87, the superstitious pertaining to it. acorn to be thought feminine. And kind. Chronic sores, cancerous huGalloway 97, Elbert Brown 83, so Mabel is afflicted with uu nttack She should nlwnys remember to put mors, emaciation, nnd consumption, Ik i light slice on fust for to don the Jessie Coppage 97, Walter Galloway of modernity?" aretfae result of scrofula. Ayer's "Not in the least. She Is, thank 86, Iona Phillips 97, 011i5 Wimsatt leit first portends an uuhapy married S jBlH H'tKOf p,Ti.B eradicates this poison and Hie 94, Cory Petty 98, John Tumhorn 91, goodness, quite froe from that taint. restores, to the blood, the elements Emma Truman 9S, Leo Phillips 88, Sho would rather read a blue book k )Vliite is the color usually chosen of life and health. This is , ' A Dana Westerfield 9S. Lestor Philips than a yellow book, I fancy. ki I'lkulI loLc?, signifying purity 'Domestic a called Drama.'" Willie Ttirnhoru 96, Ethel Maddox 83. H " ini ittuc, but others may be A .Mlaalonnry Itoninncc. r.l Vaughan got up and drew n bulky "Is it worth while to In' 1 th 89, Thos Turnhorii 94, Mimie Hale roll of manuscript from tho envela' . cno.'cn Wiitly, as the following meeting to night, do you thing?"ask-e- d 94, Eva Gentry 86,'jamts Witlett 87, ope. l,$4ft(f$rliyiiii" tistiils: 4 1 a Londoner of Ins friend one raw Altnay Petty 89, Homer Boling 88, "All the worse," said his friend. atj ..-v- -u Mtiinei iii white, vhT? J Mel vin Westerfield 92, W. C. Rojnl "If the stuff were ouly slightly imDecember night in 1856 i ! .r f . You iisivcdioicu nil right. "Perhaps not," nnsvverel the other 89, Jessec Maddox 94. Jo W.Loyd S7, moral and wholly decadent we could W .'.AMjKji((iOtl OH tJfrn, Mniiti in gray, doubtfully; "but I do not like to Cooper Harrison 92, Moris Boling 87, place it easily enough, however badly 'X(it4tei piiiiw ou will go far away. "4'tlKt wifo who preshirk my work, and as it wis an- James Turuhorn 92, Tessie Wilson 84, it is written. But adomestic drama Mt.ii iul in black, fers the poetry of Gallo-wanounced, some one might comi." Arthur Westerfield 93 James You will wish yourself back. to the prose of the domestic dinner 98, Evert Phillips 85, Eflie table ciinnot be expected to provldo "Come on, then," said the first Married in red, speaker; "I suppose wee in stand it." Brown 80, Ora Phillips 94, Willie very uttractlvo food, bodily or menYou'd better be dead. I. l,i.i, i. ..!..(. Ptn ViruU. WHllli.i 3 Lcwellen 93, Verna Pettv 89, Hub-bar- d tal. That nighs was as blask as ink, an My best advico to you, .M .lined in gieeu, Graham 89, Mose Coppage 94, Vaughan, which I know you won't rain poured in torrents; but the the Afdnmed io be seen. comnwS oJArkansi'8ffi" iJsitern meeting of the English Mission uy Mary Wilson 96, Ellie Wilson 86, take, is to back out of your engage-man- t Man led, in blue. 'lY?uC as quickly as possible. Sho Frank Condor 85, Attic Whitler 87, Society for the propigition of the gos You'll nhvtys be true. nml (.'tin lie priKuiitd on rfHrV-IIapel was held, inspite of the elements, James Whittler 85, Icy Wilson 82, can hardly love you much if sho Marn.d ill peail, .SlIVMIltmt'tHIt 'TIIIM In this way. Depend in a brightly lighted chapel in Covent Emmie Condor 84 Oscar Petty 90, pesters you ' You'll live in .i whirl. upon it, she looks upon you only as Oscar Brown 90, A gentleman passing by Nora Askins 91, Garden. Mairiei.'iu jellow, .. II liiicx'tHiiiM i nltli nml haf tich. a medium whereby her productions took refuge from the storm, and made Henry Alexander 79, Myrtle Graham rimy rind their way into print." ' Anlphied of the lellow. lie ,i Ihlill LKK B. Mills, Teacher. up half of the audience that listened 79. "You're talking bosh, my dear Mairied in brown, t ' "Sho to a powerful plea for the North fellow," replied Vaughan. of town, Yoti'il live out A CoiniiHiiloii'M Cnlfnilnr. does lovo me; ludeed, the tragic part American Indians in British ColumMat mil in pink, . i J'ieKil Agent Jnr Ak yoiii in'iiu-bThe Youth's Companion has just of Is that sho has written theso bia. Your spirit will sink." published a calendar for 1895 wUch is things because she thinks that wo uu)m, liini inliles, t'tc, and wiiltt to "Work thrown away," grumbled Thtn no bride must go to the nltar work of art Indeed, three works of ought to have all Interests In comany nl I lie mllowing Jnr all inlorimi-tto- ti the Londoner, as they made their way a without ' houit thing old and somethe art in one. Scene typical of three sea- - mon, and thut, as she puts It, 'we you iiiny iltrire conci'iuiii shall thus be fellow workers,' Inthing in. iv, siini'thing borrowed and back to Regent Square. year, winter, summer, of trip to llif (irint Southwcut. "Who knows?" replied the mis- sons the something lue " Neither must she are show. The first picture stead of making jokes about it, for A MtQUONVN, W. "It was God's wotd, and represents a mother and son pausing heuvbu's sake tell mo what I am to niter Iili toilet is compute, look nl sionary. Ky Dil't Push. Agt , Luuii-qillc- , we are told that it shall not fall to the do. I daren't scud it back and tell i heist If in me minor She must see in their walk in a snowy field, across E Vv . LaTJEAUME, ground unheeded." her it Is worthless that would break co'stuuie that no lirulil guest weirs ti which a rabbit is running, much to Lor heart. And yot no paper could G. I. & Tkt. Agt St. Louis, Mo. Was it work thrown away? entirti black, as that would bring amusement of the boy. print the stuff." The passer-bwho stopped by ac- the J. A. ED&ON, her sorrow Oi ell inking hir go.v.i The artist in the summer bcene has "Is it so bad as that?" asked EnT-cident tossed on his couch all night, Gen'l iSupt,, Tcxiirkniiu, she must throw aw.ii every piu u.ied pictured three childreu rowing down sor. "I didn't know that anyono thinking of the horrors of heathenin the bridal nttire. a wiuding river; and were it not for hud attained to writing down to that ism of which he had heard that night 1 No girl who woul be n happy the apples which fill the pan in her level In these days. Lot us hear for the first time. And in a mouth one would scarce imagine that somo of it." bride must taken hand in the ;uak he hnd sold out his business and was nrins, "No; I'm not going to read it I sewthat the graceful girl in the third ing of hti wedding cake or the on his way to his mission work nmotig the courage to. You can picture was tipical of autuni. Around haven't gown. ing of her bridal BabMLn u.i inuuiim imoaaw study It for 3'oursclf if you like. It the British Columbia Indians, under the pictures are grouped the monthly is a compound of every possible fault I'o try on a wedding ring belore the C0PYRIQHT6, the nuspecies of the Church Mission CAN I OUTAlIf A PATENT f For a calendars, tied together by ribbons. ceremony is uupiopitious. Should Society. In grammar and expression, and Its prompt aniwer and an boncit opinion, wrllo to n II it N A: (JO., nbn hay bad ntarl; Ifty yaan the, sinking ban 1 of the grojiu drop This attractive calendar and a. Jul! story Is too terribly inane." azxirlencolaibi ratant builneM. ivmran thirty-fiv- e years afterward we And atom itrlctly omfld.ntlal. A llHiiillinok o( ln- tliis symbol of love in the act ol Ensor took tho manuscript, Prospec'us for 1895 will be sent free formation oonparnlnr 1'ntriita and boir to ob outtiug it on the bride's finger the found liiaa, last summer, surrounded upon application toatiy one consider tain thorn aeni rreu. Alton ouainffua oz raacnao glauccd through u few pngesaud I arl.ntinn book, roe. isntMunn by "his children," as he loves to call ratanta Uton tbroncb k Oo. raoaiTf ing n subscription to The Companion. struggled nobly to suppress his Molal nolle In tho HclentlHo Aitierlrnn aa AUOVE ALL OTITERS, them, the centre and head of the iaiu are brought wldaly baioretba twullowtti Vnughan thrust out eo.t to ths Inrantor. Tbti rlendld ftaoar. From no other paper can so much smiles, while Golden Medlod Db Dr. Fierco's model mission station of the northbaabyiartha taMdweklr.leiintlrilltutrata4 his legs toward the firo and smoked ooTpry ia tho merllclno for tba obany ictenUBa work In tkt nnd1 instruction be lanatt Iroiilntlon o( worn. .S3 a ypjui Camilla onutMntIrM. X OU U DO T11U1I1E l" lllOCXl. west coast, and Arcadian village of entertainment moodily. minim lWltlou, monlhlr, Jlojcir. tllntla tained for so little money, (ouly $1 75 this, perharat, ir you think pt tha aovlf 'XI cent . RTery naaibar couuina baaa. "Well," snid Ensor nt length, tossIt is the romance n year.) If On Mai wot lt' soul to you. to. In any civilized Indians. oolora,. and rhotoerapli of n.w Mful platpa. In jou subscribe now you ing tho MS. aside, "It ia certainly wnu plana, enooima uumien to .now ua tliAl's what it amounta Sunday-schoo- l Times. of missions. taKdAttrriaand ocuraeontracta. Atldrau case where it tolls to benefit or will receive the piper until January the most awful rubbish. Seriously, tun, your monoy Ior returned. 1, 1895, and for a full yeir from that ordinary by far tho kindest thing you can do With nny doubtful Why nol Try n fln,ii(tc. tnclicino, thU couldn't be done. Democracy comes high, but the date, including the Thanksgiving, is to tell tho young lady frankly that And it UnH dono, except with tha possibility, rt Discovery." people must have it. Lexington Christum and New Year's double "she cun novcr, by any In every dlsente ctwaed by succeed In literature. Why don't numbers. Tint Youth's Companion, torpid Ilvpr or Impure blood, thla f und that even with an increase of meUlcino will certainly cure. For from Boston, Mass. you do this?" 50 to 100 per cent, in the asScalp The other shook his head mournthi moat stubborn Skin and ScrofDlspttrsj the worst forms of sessed value of real estate the tax colfully. "I can't," ho said. "First, (or Lunr- ula, ercn Consumption lections could not keep pace with the 'flic smallest "caM6:l" is large sho Hent mo somo verses, worso even enormous increase in the expenses of enough to show that the blood needs than this story, and thoso I did send ICIIRES HOTHINB BUT PILES. the city, and the tax rate was in- puiiylng a warning which, if un- back. Next canio what was meant KnUiInn- - elao. at anv crlce. is roallr aa for u humorous article. Thut also joott yoa tt. creased frojn $1 25 to $1.4,0 per too healed, liny result, not in more bolls cAeojJ. You psy cnly for the A SURE and CERTAIN CURE easy enough to live within one's but in something very much wurse. I I relumed, though it mndo her It's known for IB yonra aa the deIt's mora than mere relief It's a perfeot Avhcn one has the power to Avcit the danger nt lime by the use rather angry, And, wishing to for PILES. I BEST REMEDY nnd uarnunont ctnv, tUst yon cot with Dr. income fend myself vTlthout hurting her Barfe's CntAtrh Itemedy. The proprietora increase his income. of Acr's S"tr.sipiril!a. Cured others, feelings, I explained that peqplo OLD BT ALT. DHUaOIHTS. rovrard for any inourabla case ofter-- W tntutiljlKHllLZOV MID CO., ST.tOUIS. The Stnte of Kentucky is in the will cure you of Catarrh. wnro to busy rcuOin.' fiction In thci So wen is away life's cares " Which is of the same theory ASSOILTELY PURE . ? ?5!r7T 'LAWYERS, I I illriui, GLENINT& K. WEDDING, . HARTFORD, KY. (Ofllcc, over Anderson's Bataar.) titi.n Will prnctico their profession in ah thocourts of Ohio nnd ndioinine coun ties, and court of Appeals, (special attention given collections. Also Notary Public for Ohio county. -- pai-tisa- l J"arraea u. ing for good fiction." "Your obvious reply is that thoso very words condemn the chances of 1Y this precious production." "She'd never forgive mo if I said IIAUTroilII, KY. that. I must get the thing pubWill practice his profession in Ohio lished somehow. What on earth and adjoining counties, and court of am I to do?" Snaltla, JTTBI IT III 1 35,-00- rj' be-In- n; T, "' ,..,.. IV'! h Texas -- !. .. f.?P, rr 1 His friend reflected for somo minutes in silence. Then a curious smile enmo over his face. "Clearly, ni' dour Vnughan, the thing is hopeless as it stands. Hut if you are determined to get it published, the only way is to rewrite it entirely." "Yes, that might, do," said Vaughan, "but wouldn't Mabel bo offended If wo tampered with her work?" "Not half so much as If you simply returned it as worthless. The joy of seeing her name in print will quito atone for everything. Come nlong; hand mo over a pencil and a pleco of paper nnd wo will stnrt at once. We won't make more changes than are necessury, but just put a littlo flavoring of humor and cynicism, and brighten up the whola thing a bit, and then I'll undertake to get Johnson (of tho Sentinel, you , know) to publish it." "It's awfully good of you," said Vaughan. "I don't see that I cau do anything else. And I can put down tho necessity for tho changes wo make to the uneducated tasto of tho British public. But I'll leave the alterations to you I haven't the heart for the work." "Very well, but don't sny anything to Mabel about It till the thing is published. Just tell her that it has becu accepted, and she will be perfectly happy." Appeals, ypecinl attention given to collections. Office east side of public square. M. L. HEAVRIH & SiihtnY Taylor. TAYLOR, Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Will practice tliier profession in all the Courts of Ohio nnd adjoining counties, and iu tho Court ot Appeals, ypecinl attention given to collections. Office, next door to Bank of Hartford. Perry Westerfield, Attorney at Law. Beaver Das, Ky. C.D.GUFFY. C3-U.f- f3r attorneys ggt ;gaw, W &; Rin.gro, B.D.KIN60 ill practice and ndjtiiniug counties, Superior Court nnd Court of Appeuls, Collections nnd nil legal business attended to. Office 329 E. Market St, axartford, SSoaatvicley. all courts of Ohio 111 R. R. WEDDING per-sae- "Now I wonder," remarked Ensor to himself on his way home, "whether IIartfom), Ky. this' Is selfishness or altruism. Suro-lWill practice his profession in all It is altruism, for Vnughan isn't a tho courts of Ohio nnd adjoining bad fellow, but he will ha to me like counties. Also Notary Public. poison for at lenst a year after this. Office, room 20, Hartford House. y Attorney at Law, So I am rcully sacrificing myself in - la At order to prevent his marrying that atrocious girl, whose taste is as defective as her grammar. Anyhow, I'll mako thoso alterations nnd I think, Reginald Vaughan, my boy, that they will save you from tho horrors of matrimony." Somo throo weeks later Vaughan found tho following breakfast table: "No. 700, -to-d- OT. XI, BAUXITES JIT! KY IT Hartford, Ky. T7ILL practice 1 1 LiWS letter on his VV. Qciiem'b OATX, S. V , 4 V' fos" -- y tho copy of tha Vauehan: I have .ecu Sentinel, vrnlch contains what purports to be my story. You will bnrdly be surprised, I think, to learn that you aro henceforth to consider our engagement as absolutely broken off. You will hardly be surprUed, I say, for this was ovldently your purpose In turning my story Into ridicule, as you have done. But you mUnt, tlilnlt. bare- found a more gentlemanly way of doing this. You have put vulgar comta speeches Into tho moutbs of my pathetto characters; you hao turned my hero Into a cowardly cynlo, and my heroine- Into a modern adventuress. In short, you hate made mo figure as the author of a disgusting, modern and 1 - Dear Mr. his profefeion in all tho courts of Ohio and adjoining counties nuu Court of Appeuls. Special attentiou given to collections. Ofiico over Carson & Co. Jo. S. ROGERS, Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will prnctico his profession in tbo courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Careful attention givqu to nil business entrusted to him, Office in Repub lican Building. 1 wicked tnle, lnstoad of a trtio romance. "Please do not troublo to unswer this note; I shall burn any totters you send me unread. And tho servants have orders not to admit you to this house In future, lielleve me, yours truly, Madbl. Lawrence." London Black and White. Namos of Japanoso Ships. , J. R. PIRTLE J Cotton Belt R ufe nllll I J au-tui- n, It is the custom of the Japaneso to, add to tho names of their "ships of war the word Kan, a term which is of Chiucso origin nud menus war aro vessel, nnd their wurshlps always spoken of In this way, u3: Naniwa Kan, Hnshidato Kan, etc. In a similar manner the word Maru is added to tho names of merchant vessels, as Oml Maru, Yamashlro Maru. The word is o( obscure origin. It is believed to be a corruption of Maro, "au archaic term of endearment." Tho meaning nnd origin of names given to Jnpanesc war vessels are of interest. Mntsushlma is one of tho Sankol, or "three views of Japan," and has been famous from earliest times. It is a beautiful nrchipelngo 611 tho coast, which can bo described in tho mcnnlngof the wore1!: HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Is prepared to do any and all kind of Dental Operations. Prices most reasonable. Office over Williams & Bell's Drug Store. DENTIST II- y WSIfII ioV3yi'!y(s'J3r "Pino-tree-Island- ." Ituskushinmand Hash-idat- o 1 ""' aro islands famous for their beauty. Naniwa is tlieuucicnt name for tho province in which the old capital, Kyoto, is situated. Takachihois a southern mountain, on the summit of which the first mikado, Jlmmu Tcnno, is supposed to hnvo allgh'tcd when ho descended from Heaven. Yoshluo Is n wild mountainous tract of country, iu which Is situated a town of tho samo unino, celebrated for its sakurn (tho flowering cherry) trees, snld to number ono thousnnd. AUngl and Hiyci nrciiumcsof moun-taluHarper's Weekly. s. DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Is prepared to do all kinds Dental work at reasonable prices. ot? PARK bio. PENNYROYAL PILLS Femalo Regulator, Cows In Clover. iTSBLER'S' m Fit OINTMENT J JSK JfflSS Tho duchess of Hamilton is quite devoted to cows, and has just designed and hnd built for them a lovoly marble hoViso to dwell in. It has beautiful tllctl floors and tnarblo wntor tanks, and cost a grout deal of money, Tho duchess ulso makes butter ' nnd cheebo with hor own hands, und is qulto uu adopt nt handling tho flcklo churn. For milk-ln- j tho oows, which Is ono of her spoclul plcasuros, sho" has invouted soft hair cloves. are perfectly eafo and always relia lor all Irregularitea, painful Suppressions, (bar Mcnstriintimi8, never fail to nflnrd a speedy and cert tain relief NO a scientific nud positivereliof.ndoptad AH only after yours of experience. orders supplied direct from our ok fice. Prico nor package, J 1.00, or sir packages for $5.00, by mail pott paid. EVERY PACKAGE GUAR ANTEED. Particulars (sealed) 4: All Correspondence strictly Conl-dentin- ). PARKREMEDTTCO. Boston, .1 -- w:'ii-' 1 jji.ta xhibits or bills of particulars, will not be awarded on the day a case is tet lor trial except on terms, unless delay arose from reasonable excuse. 6. Motion to strkc out, to paragraph to elect or to make pleadings certain, will be governed as to time of making and hearing by Rule 2. to the Court 7. Action submitted (either Law or Equity) without oral argument, lor a preliminary ruling, or final hearing, slull be accompanied by brief, or nu endorsement must be made on the papers, denoting the nature of the submission. A copy attest: G. B. Likens, C. O. C. C. 1 Hartford Republican rUDUSIIED EVEBY FIUDAY MOBN1NO NAM A. AM)i:ttN(). JO. II. RIM1KHN Froprlrlor. Keillor. 23, 1894. sa- - Friday, Novrmbrr ! Hartford loons. doesn't want nuy ( t jump up and begin work again, instead of letting your brain take a thorough holiday, even if is only a very brief one. "Even when you nre sitting with no work in your hands you can't You tap your feet, Geoiuik Oats, the negro, who sev- keep them still. eral months ago, was sent to Owcua-bor- e you keep the nerves up to the highfor snfekeeping, was brought up est tension and then you wonder why lure this wecKtn answer the chargo you go to bed tired and get up frelimr The money nnd timo spent in an attempt to foist tho open saloon upon Hartford would be much better in an cflort to build up tho interests of the town nnd her people. ed woe-bego- been quite busy this week shipping stock. Mr. C. W. Pnrrott's bird dog was killed by a train Saturday. Everybody come to "The New Tar-i- fl Bill Supper" in School Hall Nov. 29th and hear the exercises given by Admission for one the R. E. G's. Attyu. und all 5 cents only. Resolutions of respect by the R. E. G. Society: WiiKRKAS, The hand of Divine Providence hns removed from among us, the mother ot our esteemed President, Miss Dora IS. Gibson, we, the committee, in hchnlf of this Society, dralt the following resolutions: RiisoLVKi), That in the dcith cf this mother, our worthy President has lost n valuable friend nr.d com- -' pan ion. 2. T iat winie we iicrniv svinoa-- 1 thizc with her, who was bound to the departed one by one the nrarrst and dearest ties, we share with her in the hopes of n teuuion 1:1 the better world where thcic is no pnit'ng. 3 That the heart felt rympathy of this Society be exteuded to her m 1 her near ones. 4. That in respect of our President, the Society wear the tuouruinj co!os for the period of one week 4. That these resolutions lc spread upon the record ol this Society and a copy thereof be sent to our President nud to each of the county pipers Maimisi: Mhtc. I', ) ...... t.m, against him,and of all the Rev. Fred D. Hale, the eminent specimens of humanity he was the Owensboro preacher, 13 conducting n most wretched. Ho was reeking with great revival nt Louisville. and alive vermin with filth withal half starved. It The official count in tho Second and Appellate District gives Judge Gufly is now in order to send a missionary to Daviess county to civilize and hu1,4(51 majority over his opponent, for Judge of Court of manize the Jailer of that good county. Judge Reeves, What's tho matter with tho Daviess Appeals. County Grand Jury? What has happened that the A petition has been prepared aud friends of tho open saloon consider themselves stronger now than when signed by a number of our citizens they withdrew the open saloon propo- praying tho Judge of tho County Court to order an election held on sition a year or bo ago? Janup.ry ilOth, 181)5, at which time On last Sunday morning two men tho legal voters of tho town of Hartwere shot at Oweasboro and both ford will be called upon to determine mortally wounded because soraabody whether or not they desire to annul was drinking. And yotit is now prothe Prohibition law, and thereby an posed to legalize tho salo of whisky in thorize open saloons. Tho duty of Hartford by having open saloons. every citizen who believes that open saloons aro a menace to our instituThe people of this county by a majority of over 700 aaid: "We will uot tions is clear. He should array him- havo the open saloon in our midst." self on the side of tho Churches, the Does Hartford proposo to override Sunday Schools, the Common School, this declaration and trample under the College nnd of public morals. foot the voice of tho whole county? Do you honestly believe that tho open saloon is an advantage to religion, or to education, or to tho church, or to the school, or to personal or public morality? If you do not, then in God's name, how can you vote for it? AN EFFORT TO COUNT JUDGE GUFFY OUT. ' Wo gather irom the tenor of the Franklin Faron'fi'.tbatau effort will bo made to have the State Canvassing Board count Judge Gufly out, and deny him the seal on tho Appellate bench, to which a majority of the voters of this district havo elected him. The State Canvassing Board is composed of Gov. Brown, Secretary of State Headlcy, Attorney General Hendricks nnd Auditor Norniau. Mr. Reeves' alliance with the L. tfc N. R. R. is well known to the people of this district and they have put their stamp upon him in unmistakable As an evidence of this in terms. Republican counties the majorities increased, while in Democratic counties the majorities decreased, or disThis is very appeared altogether. noticable in the district over which Judge Reeves hasbeen presiding asCir cuit Judge. It is a dangerous thing to thwarf'twc x)tfi"and we shall be very much mistaken if this board, made up, as it is, in part at least, of a Gov ernor and Secretary of State, who havo at all times since their administration began, stood between the people and that grasping monopoly, the L. &N. R.R., shall count out tho pure man of the people, Honorable Judge Gufly, to Eeut Reeves, the tool of monopolies. Judgo Gufly lutsbeen elected and will be If you feel good and wish to make a friend feel good you can not find a better plan of doiog so than by send-in- g him the Republican and either the New York Tribune or tho Louis-- , It'll beat ville Commercial a year. a Thanksgiving tuikey. YOUTUi'ULoflender against whom nn indictment for some minor offense A had been returned at the May term Court, blusbingly np proached Commonwealth's Attorney Rowe on Tuesday morning nnd asked if his case had bceu thrown "outside." of tho Circuit In their eflort to hunt down tho blind tigers, who are carrying on their diabolical trade in the town and county, the members of the Grand Jury have the united support of tho friends of good order and good Let tho work society everywhere. go on. V Who is it that now claims that brick walks are not better than plank ones? And who is it that is so blind as not to see that they must be cheapA Winn MirkpnIIpm, er and especially so when the enhancThe Hetald Wednesday morning ed value of tho property along which contained the following, which is to Give us they nre laid is considered. the point, and which we heartily enmore brick walks. Often in the early morning dorse. have people been awaken by some Give us anything and everything thoughtless person ringing the Court that is evil in its effects or its tendenIt is to be hoped this House bell. cies but for the take of women and will be stopped when the new offichildren who must suffer, for the sake cials nre installed: ot the youth and manhood that must "The court house bell has from fall and for the sake of human life timeout of mind been recognized as and of property that muet bo endan- an alarm of fire when rung at times gered, deliver us frcm the open sa- other thau those at which people may loon. reasonably be expected to be at the court house for the transaction of busSi'EAKiNU of lawyers, so far as ' at least, aro concerned, iness. When it taps at night time or numbers, in the early morning it sends a thrill Hartford knocks nny other town of of dread and fear through everybody its size into a cocked hat Bhe has no and is particularly harrowing to nerv In the county ous or sick people. For every reason less than eighteen. outside of Hartford there aro no less it might not be needlessly rung at all than nine, making a total of twenty-teve- n sorts of hours by those who happen to be about the building during for the county court, and we hope it will not be." m m sentiment to tho The down-Dixi- o Col, Ilrnillry'a Mnrrow Krnpp. effect that a Democratic candidate Special to the Frankfort Capital of muRt be counted iu no matter what November 18, from Danville, says: the majority against him, seems to be Hon. W. O. Biadley had a narrow-escap- e prevalent in Kentucky as well, as is from death here late this afterHe was getting off the Q. & evidenced in tho attempt to count out noon, too long and Boylo in Louis- C. train; waited a little he fell, rolling tho Hon. St. John jumped. As he did so ville and Judge B.L. D. Gufly in tinder the coach nnd wnsbeing dragged under the wheels when a Mr. this Second Appellate District, Ware caught him and held him until the train had passed. The greater part of the farm work m is over, tho nights are growing longer The only way to cure catarrh is to and you will need something to read purify the blood. Hood's Sarsapa-r- i these long winter evenings someHa purifies the blood and tones up There the whole system. thing that will do you good. is no other way you can get so much Women Mioultl limn .More Ileal. reliable reading matter as by sendGossiner in the Louisville Post has ing us 81.25 lor The Rkpujilican the following to say in regard to and either tho New York Weekly women taking the proper rest: Tribune or tho tho Louisville Weekly "So few women know how to rest Commercial for one year, themselves is the reason why so few women keep their good looks on into There aro some people in tho world middle life. Full of nervous energy, who if they were accused of stealing, never for a moment quiet, even when wold fly into n fit of cyclonic rage the chance comes for a respite, they and proceed to shako their gory go on using up their nervous system locks in the face of tho accuser nfter until one day conies n grand collapse a fashion that would do credit to a and a long siege of expensive and hand of Commancho Indians and yet painful illness is the result. Now, theee same folks will make a poor, wouldn't it be much better, ye gdod yet honeBt, neighbor pay their taxes managcrs,to look as carefully to your year after year by putting a fair es- health as to your households?' "What if there is a speck of dust timate ou tho value of his property, assessment times, while they refuse nested away beneath some ornament at If some or chair leg, what if there are some to do anything of the kind. poor wretch who happens to be pinch- tasks slighted nnd some others left ed by hunger or cold steals a bito to entirely undone, the house won't go cat tr a rag to break tho force of to rack and ruin in consequence, but keep on the treadwintry winds he is cursed and kicked you will if you mill of daily excitement trying in and fined and frowned upon, hut the your weak way to maintain n place rich, higli'lundcdfCMiip whoefuscs that would wear out a much stronger to list his property at its fnir value, organization than human frame. thus virtually robbing tboso who are "Even when you stretch yourself conscientious iu listing their property, out on the couch for a little nap, what goes unwhipped of justice to rattle do you do? Answer honestly.andyou his coppers into tho contribution box will say that you arc thinking how and pray bis usual Sunday prayer. you will make over your little girl's It is wasting words to add that at the dress or wondering whether the pictclose of tho last named exerciee His ure .that is hung on the wall wouldn't Majesty uniformly says look better in the corner of the libraSatanio ry, and nine times out of ten you will Amen. -- noless fatigued The technique of rest is the hardest thing for American women to learn. Five mniutes a day of real rest is worth much more than n much longer period of artificial respite nt mountains or seaside after the body and brain have been thoroughly exhausted and such u relief miai.i.iioi'm:. is necessary. Cultivate repose if you Miss Eva Chinn, Beaver Dam, is would be beautiful. advice visiting nt Smallhouse, the guest of This sounds easy, yet it is not always as Miss Lillie Barnard. simple to follow ns it would appear. Miss Stella Stiouel, Ceutertown, is visiting Miss OllicMaddox, near this Obllunr.r. On the morning of Nov. 9, 1894, place, Rev. Brandon is conducting n scthe. dark winged angle of death enries of meetings nt Equality Church. tered the home of Milton nnd Florence Park, and claimed from them Rev. R. D. Bennett will assist 111 the their little son aged 6 years the very meeting. There is quite n number of cases of day of his death. Thus, we see little Wayne's stay on earth r.is but a pneumonia in this vicinity. Mrs. Ann Ross, who has been vii-itilittle while but we can call to mind many, many things which those little her children for the past six weeks, has returned home. hands have done. Mr. Charles Cranford has sold his Through imagination lean see him in the school-room- , and on the play farm near this place to Mr. Frank ground, nnd returneng from school in Allen, who is moving Miss Lee Chinn, who is teaching evening. But no more 011 earth cm we sec that bright face. No more near Ceralvo, visited Miss Lillie will we hear the steps of the little Barnatd Saturday nnd Sunday, nnd feet, he is to stay singing praises attended the Quarterly meeting, which with the angels ubove. Sad was the convened nt Equality Church the scene to behold that sweet face (or seventeenth nnd eighteentli inst. Quite n number of farmers in this the last time. But "Go! knows best" and we all must submit to his holy vicinity are through gathering corn will. Wayne has passed through and report not a lulfcrop. Mr. Henry Taylor, near Htrtford, ' the dark valley of death which valley we all must pass through nud may risked his brother, P. B. Taylor, of we live so that when that trying this place, Saturday and Sunday. hour shall come then wc may be He was accompanied by the Elder S. B. safely guided by our Siviar and at X. Hall. . last meet with our little school-mit- e l'rrvlilpiit UulTy mill Vice JtuljU' who has just bsen called from us. Ntcvrniwiii, Weep not dear parents for Wayne In the convention which nominated has gone Gen. Ben Butler as a Greenback canTo a better land above for President, JudgeGulTy servWheie sickness and sorrow never didate ed on the Committee of Resolutions, come of which Adlai Stevenson, the now But all is perfect love. was President, Democratic Vice And may we, who are left behind fhnirnmn. . Judge Gufly, instead of Prepare to meet him in that land deserving censure, Should receive Wheie all is pleasure and delight With the heavenly angel baud. sympathy for this temporary political Alicc. aberration. "Evil communications corrupt good manners," and the exCt.NTUAI.UnOVE. N Our school is progressing nicely perience oljudge Gufly was simply the attendance not quite so good on that of thousands of others, who have the account of sickness. accidentally gotton into bad compaMessrs. Marvin Miller and Worth ny. If the Judge had not met Adlni, Tichenor made n trip to Owensboro a who, for might we know, might then few days ago. have a persuasive rabit's foot in his Miss Sadie Bosket, who has been possession, he would never haveyield quite sick of typhoid fever, is im- to the delusivedoctrine taughtby the proving. aspiring statesman whom the DemoDied, on thegthinst., little Wayne cracy have thought worthy of being Park, son of Milton and Florence placed by the side of Saint Grover. R. M. Paik, Judge Gufly has since been "redeemed, legcnerated and disenthralled." .loner in Hubiribrr. The date on the label indicates the Adlai is still an unrepentant sinner. Louisville Commercial. time to which your subscription is paid. This serveslboth as a receipt aud Tax-Payer- s an expiration notice every week. Examine the date printed after your name on the margin of this paper, and see if itis correct. If not correct, please to let us know. It your time has expired, please renew atonce- to-da- Attvk Austin, Cl.1I'l-'!l Com. J Gkav Seo'y, HnKlHiiil-l'iirlr- Married, Tuesday, Nov. 20, 1S94, by the Rev. Father WcHh, of the Sn". red Heart Church at 17th and Broid- way, Louis ville. Ky., Mr. R. W. Rngland and Miss Sari Louise Cur- ley both of Rosinc, Kv. Both young people are quite popu- lar in their home town Their tinny friends wish them a long life of hap pines aud prosperity. Any size and price lor Thanksgiving the best, nf Tracy & Son's. A "TRANCE CLAIRNOYANT- Turk 073 "- The llnrlloril I'lmlo 'itr. A D. Taylor, the Beaver Dam Photographer, has located his Photo Car in Hartford and will make Pictures all diy Monday here every in the Hartford Photo Car. Mr. Taylor will be found at his home gallery in Beaver Dam balance of the time. We are glad to say he ranks up with the ablest Photographers in the State. First class work guaranteed. "When beauty comes he takes it; If there is none he makes it." A Urettt Unit Il- Notice to December the first a penalty of six per cent, will be .added to all town taxes unpaid at that time. Where levy and sale become n e c e s sary they will be made at once. The town owes debts which must be paid,and I am direct ed by the Board of Trustees to collect the balance of the tax due the town and to do so at once. Please take in your tax receipt at once and oblige, your obe- cents, with nge, sex and stamps and receive horoscope offu- -' lure life. Madame Jubber, deadtrarcc medium, seventh daughter.born with a veil and wonderful gift of second sight; tells past, present nnd future. 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Madame Jubber will always stand ns high above the common mediums in this country ns the Picsidcntabove the ragpicker, while her charges for the truth nre the same ns what other mediums charge for falsehood, Skeptical people who, on account of the ninny misrepresentationsinthe papers, have loit faith in newspaper advertising should write and be convinced that all ndveitisemc.its are no' Send 25 Ilrrlhri-i- i Should IMvpll In I'liHy. nud Works Subscription only $1.00 n There is no editor in this broad year. You can send for liolh direct to Word and Works Publishing Co., land who devotes more time to the St, Louis, Mo. careful rending of the Holy Scriptures than Mr. Knott, of the Evening Post, CURIOUS ARMS. Ccrlninly none who illustrates in Ancient Implement of War Which higher perfection those graces of the Aro Now Quito Obtolete. Christian chnracter, which, like the Anions the arms now obsolete gentle dew fioni heaven, bless all who which formed n Inrjjo part of the InIt fantry equipment Iu tho days when come within their influence. with surprise that tho nnny was started wus tho pike, strikes us there-forwhich wus In the form of a spear, Editor Knott should have overlooked wlUi a lint nnd pointed head, a lesson so seriously urged and so mounted 011 a stall from thirteen to eloquently expressed in the words eighteen feet long. The flrcnrm in "Brethren should dwell together in general use at the timo was tho unity." The language may not be matchlock. n literal quotation, but the lesson is What would a sergeant major of tho present day, with his men armed such nu emphatic fret that Editor iimujazlnc rifle, think of Knott should have learned and prof' with tho such a weapon ns this: "Attached ited by it. histoid of tlii, we notice to tho loclc of this musket wnsapan, iu his influentinl journal frequent also a cock, the hammor of which flings nt his clde-- r brother, was somowuat in 1110 lorin 01 a the Courier-Journaand his younger, bird's, serpent's or dog's head; this whom he calls the Evening Courier-Journa- l. wus sl)Ut. ml, a ' This should not be, lor they we(l tho alts. The I P."80,'1 . or, arc all .of one political f.iith. ntul and then with ball, some powder lenders ol that gang ol iiie'rccuntie-was poured Into tho pan; the pan who believe iu Ine trade, Irec silver, was then shut to keep this 'priming' free damnation, and anything clec from dropping out and to keep it that will give them n free swing nt dry. When tho soldier wished to the public offices. The Couricr-Jour-nn- l fire, ho fastened his burning match nnd its unincorporated rdjuuet, into tho sill of tho cock, opened tho the Evening Times, arc not edited by pan, looked to his priming, preSunday-schoo- l teachers, nnd theresented, and pulled tho trigger; tho fore have not such qualms iu supmutch, falling Into tho powder In porting purchased nnd piratical prithe pan, fired it. "Nctwccu tho pan and tho breach maries, nnd iu Mi.stniuing stolen flections, ns would trouble the of the barrel communication was established by means of a small hole; of Editor Ktiott Mr Wntter-sowhen tho pieco wus being loaded tho too, is nu old campaigner, with grains of powder were naturally a .somewhat seared by the rammed nud shaken down closo to hot blasts of contest; nud has pleastills hole, nud when priming, the antly nnd piqumtly said he doesn't soldier took care to perfect the communication of the powder iu tho pan carend 11 whutnppensMiit doesn't, happen to hint. Vhurefoiv.Mr. Knott with that In tho barrel; thus tho explosion in tho pan caused thok'iii- - must not expect tnii ) editorial tlon of the charge." All the Year tomiiiR'euilfitheirteacliings Hound of t!ie piolitbl fice (rule, nml the joys I )f an laconic tax, elaborate! lessons ALASKA ADVANCING. I on ethics. They just do it. Somo of tho Modern Improvementt Mr. Wattcrsnn has confe.s.vcdn more Will Soon Do All the Go. intim.it? knowledge of icrry and In the matter of modern conveniences Alaska is e'lnerginj,' from its champagne than he ever displayed obscurity and ranging up abreast of for the Sermon 0:1 the Mount. To he. I tho times. A system of electric Mire he icctutcs cu "Moiii-and is being put in MrraLV' but .hflnsis ol its iuspir.u I lighting, for instance, of tion It- I al Juneau, one of the best known tint a fellow .seeking money iu Alusl.au settlements, but n place n game of poker, play an honof only two thousand inhabiest fame. With this knowledge of tants. When completed this will be ' tho first ecu t ral electric light plant in the moral infirmities of his htttlucit, tho territory. Electricity, however, working in the same field of politcnl Is not altogether new in Alnskn. It infatuation nrd itiisiepresentation ns bus been used for somo timo in a himself. Mr. Knott must be charitalimited way In tho mines. Water ble, and put into exercise the Chrispower ib abundant everywhere?, and tian traits which can never influence tho current Is generated by the them. ' him iew their short streams and carried to the mines by comings Let with sorrow, their profanity cables. For Alaska Juneau ts a live place, with patience, and their general as the saying Is. Two now wharves wickedness with that consoling faith that while it may perarc building just now, nnd the wntcr supply, having its sourco In a spring haps swerve the Democratic pirty here near the towns is being pcrfe'ctexl. it will certainly catch the devil iu the There is no boom, however, for the sweet hereafter. Louisville. Comreason that private capital is remercial. pelled by tho government ownership of the laud on which Junenu is Dr. Price's Cream Making Powder World's "sir ltlzbc.U ,Ve.1l built. A petition is now in WashDiploma. ington asking for the establishment town si to. If of an Independent such action Is taken, Juneau may have work for tho unemployed to do. At present It is full of idle men who havo gone up there expecting to get a now start in life. N. Y. Evening Louise l, ' ,,l-'l- "" c' s ' con-sc.en- cc n, coui-cieuc- 1 y ' nov-thclc- ss ' ic .d l Post. An Archbishop's Robes, 1205. In our time, when, from antiquarian curiosity or somo other rea son, ancient tombs havo been opened, wo nnvc comoincc to ibco with specimens of olden needlelong-burie- d going on iu the human system. The demon of impure blood strives to gain victory over the constitution, to ruin health, to drag victims to the grave. Hood's Sarsa-parill- a is the weapon with which to defend one's self, drives the desperate enemy from the field, and restore bodily health for many years. ls continually fruad'. It is well known throughout the world that mediums nre the only reliable seers, and their charms eause love, speedy marriages aud success in business. YOUR FUTURE REVEALUnites ED IN A DEAD TRANCE. the separated and causes speedy and happy marriage with the one you love; causes good luck iu nil things SKCURE A by proper advice. CHAKM AND WEAR DIAMONDS. Revealseverything. Mmc.JUIIBER, BOX 75, NEW ALBANY, IND. LUCKY CHARM FREE. Cut this out nnd save it. Mention this paper. 17 a6t One milch cow 6 yearsold, half Jersey stock and now giving milk. Apply at Tun Will sell cheap. Office. Hood's Pills cure nausea, sickness, indigestion and biliousness. 25c. l'rnrllce n Atliiplrtl by tlie Ohio Circuit Court, i. Parties are required to complete issues on or before the day preceding that on which the case may be set f or trial. If not so completed, and the failure be without excuse or leave g ranttd, the party not in fault may elect to continue for the term at the cost of his adversary, or the couit may postpone the action to another day iu the same term; but the party not in tault on the first day may ou such future day elect to continue at th e cost of his adversary. 2. Where a demurrer to a pleading is filed, the party demurring must at the time of filing, or in the next motion hour next thereafter, move for a trial or submission thereof, and if he fail to do so, the pendency of such demurrer shall be no excuse for his delay in pleading, 3, Exceptions to depositions must be filed, and hearing thereof moved for, rs early as the motion hour of the day preceding that set for trial, if such deposition be then on file. Motion to transfer cases to the Equity docket must be made within the same time, unless the grourd of mo tion has not then appeared. If par-tic- s are in default, said exceptions nnd motions will only be allowed afterward on terms. to demand 4. A party entitled bond or security for cost shall be deemed to have waived his right to require such bond for the term, if n rule therefor is not asked at least on the day preceding that set for trial; but if the action be continued, such bond may be afterward required. 5. Rule t verify pleadings, to file It tile al dient servant, War. Lyons, Marshal. niMvr.n ham. I'or fnir. work. An instance occurred not long since iu Canterbury cathedral, when tho tombof Hubert Walter was opened. This ecclesiastic was archbishop of Canterbury when ho died, in 120j. Only his bones remained when tho investigation iu question took place, but theso lay in the vestments in which tho body was interred nearly seven hundred years ago, and on theso robes nre various embroideries in silk nnd gold. Tho linen was found to be considerably decayed, but tho amber colored silk on which the embroidery is worked Is In fnir preservation. This work consists of angels, tho evangelists nnd other sacred figures arranged chiefly in roundlets. In the same cathedral may also be seen another specimen of even greater interest; this is the velvet jupon (a fiurcoat worn over armor) of tho Black Prince, which Is suspended over his tomb. It Is embroidered with his arms in gold. Tho robes of the Saxon bishop, St. Cuthbert, in the library of Durham cathedral, aro also enriched with needlework. Chnmbors' Journal. Tho "Man-Eter- You can by paying yoiirsulKsciptioii, iinri one year in advance, got tlie ville Con.mercial, or New York Tribune ore year. IT you are e not a subscriber, at once. sub-scrib- Nllirrliilr.iilPlilH Visit. Friday, Njv 23 Miss Alice Plum-me- r 114 ir o'clock, No. 8 Mis. J. A. wedddig. 2:35 o'clock colored S. M. Taylor. Monlay, Nov 25 S o'clock, No, II o'clock N ) 5 74 J. L H ivii MissMollieTunstall. 2:31 o'clock, Wo. 90-Sindcrs. Tuesday, Nov. 278 o'clock, No. 108 R. A. Byers. 11 o'clook, No. 23 Miss Florence Wright 2130 o'clock, No 31- -U. P. Taylor. W.T. Wer.lne.jdiy, Nov. 28- -8 o'clock. No. 94 Miss Lavinla Myers, 11 o'clock, No 92 R. R. wedding. 2:30 o'clock, No 7- -D. ILGilsey 91 Thursday, Nov. 298 o'clock, No Miss Carrie Cox, 11 o'c!o:k, No. 6 colored Mrs. Sainaiithn Acton. 2:30 o'clock, Nj 980. M Felix. Friday, Nov, 308 o'clock,- - No. 3 A. R. Renlrow. 11 o'clock, No. 50 A. M. Johnston. 2:30 o'clock, No. 2 L.'T. Barnard. .' Mr. J. II. Nave and daughter, Miss Bessie, and Miss Attye Austin, spent Saturday afternoon in Hartford. Mr. Win. Jackson, an soldier, spoke in Masonic Hall Saturday night. g Miss MargaretClark's class is nicely. Miss Dora E. Gibson has been out Mks Emma of school this week. I)arne.s filled her place inRooin 3 Miss Attye Austin entertained a lew friends one eve this week. Rev.I, II. Teet is in Bowling Green this week. Mr. J, II. Nave has sold his house and lot on Main street. Mrs. Ellis Taylor, McIIenry, was in town Tuesday, the guest of her mother, Mrs. II. Mctcalf. Mrs. K. J. McKenney nnd children Tcturned home Saturday from a visit to relatives iu Rochester. Mr. E JI. Patterspn and Miss Rosa Taylor arc visiting Mr. Patterson's parents in Elizabethtown this week. Dr. W. T. McKenney returned , His home Sunday. Mrs. Foster McKenney, Lognnsport, is spending the week with them. Mr. Sam Duncan, Morgaufield, is visiting his sister, Mrs. Eliza Gray. Mr. J. P. McKenney nnd wife left Wednesday for Ovensboro where Mr. J. W. Bishop and wife will join them on n trip in the country. Messrs. Gray and Hocker have prog-ressinsister-in-law- Vim MfTMilil Jr II. Should get what? Why. The Rev. yellow and brown color and only Irl R. Hicks' splendid Almanac for about fifteen Inches long. Tho na1895. He has kindly sent to this tives of that region have given it tho office a copy of the same, and we tcrriblo name of "Man-cater,- " it has a habit of attacking speak advisedly in paying that it is a every human being it sees going at rare publication the very latest and them but does not best of all that has emanated from appear to mind either wild or dotlie pen nnd brain nnd heart nfthis mestic animals. Tho friend of the public. The body Is almost ns brittle as that of history of this man's work now an tho mythical "jolnt-snnko.- " open book to nil America and a casDub's Special Hat. ual glance nt his Almanac for 1835. A fow days since a woman ontered convinces us that this vitally uselul and instructive book ouht to find its I n certain hat store. Sho had In tow n boy of about ten years of age. That way into every shop, store, office nnd is, liis body was ten years old, but( home in the land. The price of his his face looked liko a man of thirty,' book only 25 cents could not to our "I want a choap hat for this boy. knowledge be invested for any one I don't enro what it is so long as It is thing moic profitably. It contains I cheap." Tho hatter pulled over his stook, 84 pages, printed on fine book piper, I with elegant covers iu colors. It is and finally presented to the'woman This a hut worth about fifty cents. for sale by all newsdealers. "I guos this will satisfy you," ha, fine Altu.au ic is given ns a premium saltl. "it is mty coats." to every yearly subscriber to the Rev. "All right; I'll take it. I wanted nnd dcsoived-l- v something cheap for tho boy to havo, Irl Hicks' popular paper, Word nnd Works. fits In;" and then sho went out. Syr-- ! i This unique journal is a peerless eduncuse Post; cator ol the masses, and is fnst beA Scottish Estate. coming a household gunrdian and LordBrcadalbano is credited with necessity in the 'home ol America. owning tho most magnificent resiThose who want t j keep up with all dence In Scotland. His lordship can the advance 1 tho'ight of the nge in rido ono hundred miles west from science, religion and all social, "comTayinouth park toArdmaddy castle, and domestic on tho Argylshlro coast, without mercial, intellectual subjects, should subribi for Word letting foot off his possessions. open-mouthe- d man-eater's well-know- n well-know- n Lower California Is the home of a I7tf species of lizard which appears to bo nt least u second cousin to tho famed "Gila monster." It is of a mottled fc"l""?'-,- f Mr. St. Symont BlUmore,Md. Run Down That Tired Feeling Sever Headaches, No Appetite 6lx Bottlas of Hood's 8araparllla ring Back Now Life. "C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Hmi.i Before using Hood's Svsapa-rlll- a "Dear Sirs I wu frequently sick, sad did not know what was the matter with me. One day I would feel so tired I could hardly stand, tits next I would liara a aerere headache and so on, ant kaowlns what the nett day would bring forth, I did not have any appetite and. , Waa Greatly Run Down I tried a good many medlolnei but they did me 0 good. Raring heard a great deal about flood's Sarsaparllla I decided to try a botUe. I am glad to say I soon felt better. I bar now used six bottles and feel as well as ever. It has been ot great benefit to me as I have regained my appetite and . Hood's8?Cures Now Enjoy Good Health. I can strongly recommend Hood's Barsaparllla as an exoellent blood medicine." M. Rmoxa, (20 Atsqulth Street, Baltimore, Maryland. Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptly au4 Silently, ca tbi Uts' d fcowilf prft . w - a,mmm r T ? j,uuiLgifca 'Before the ft all . All kinds of fresh groceries nt Wnyne Griffin & Bra's. 7. . Don't Cloaks. fail to see Fair Ilros. & Co's. li" - - r You could get along somehow without a Wrap, but now that the season is advanced - Q& gri (Garments Co. Are a necessity. Fair Bros. have placed on a sale a very desirable line in Kail and Winter weights, at cheaper prices than those which When times were flush and money 'easy to get. you can get a bcutiful cloak or wrap for To-da- Cash. Perhaps the Tariff did it perhaps not. At any rate, the '' And .veathcr proves that Njcjw yoci Fair Bros. are prepared to meet your demands. In fact the with best place to trade the old reliable house of & Co. fFAXR. f. OO. 23, 1894. Friday, Kovi:mhi:r See Carson !c Co's new Furniture. We will pay 15 cents per dozen for Fggs at Carson & Co. Mrs. G. C. Westcrficld is visiting in Ciincyvillc this week. We sell two spools of Thread for 5 cents at Carson & Co For the best of staple and f incy Groceries, call on Carson & Co. We will pay fi.oo per bushels for Sweet 1'otatocs at Carson & Co. Vanti:i. nuts. i 50 bushels of hickory Call at KwunMCAN Office. .. ... ii i. - The oyster supper at Masonic Hall Tuesday night was a decided success. For a cood hotel, go where the crowds go to the Commercial Hotel. ' Mr. C. H. ISUis, Kinderhook, --vent to Oweusboio last Friday, returning Saturday. For the most comfortable quarters and the best of fare, stop at the Commercial Hotel. t n Miss Meek Sharp went to Wednesday to visit friends and relatives. Hliza-bethtow- Mr. W. M.'Fair aud lister. Miss Emma, went to Owensboro Wednesday, returning yesterday I am going to save a little money aud I am going to help the poor next Wednesday night at Masonic Hall. A good 5 year old saddle, harness and farm horse, Call on For Sale. -- or address Tun Repuiimcan, ford, Ky. Hart Mr. Raley, of Bloomington, Ind., former resident of this, county, was a in Hartford Wednesday and paid us a pleasant call. Don't forget the Oyster Supper next Wednesday night atf Masonic Hall for the benefit of a needy widow. Come one, come all, Everybody ought to patronize the Oyster Supper next Wednesday night Ut Masonic Hall for the benefit or a nctdy widow of our town. Mr. S.T.Arnold, South Dakota, and mother, Mrs A.J. Arnold, Cromwell, visited the family of G C. Wester-fiel- d Monday and Tuesday, Dr. Wayland Alexander will lec- ture on Charity at Masonic Hall, after the Ojstcr Supper, Wednesday pi" evening, November a8, 1894. Marriage license: W. O Wallace Rlclnrd Wat-kin- s to Miss Idella Austin to Miss Ada Ralph, Win I? Allen to Miss Barbara Raley, W. 1. Batscl to Miss Mnry Everly, J W. Ezell to Miss Sarah Ruley. Mr. Win. E. Ward, of Kinderhook, happened to a painful accident last Thursday. He was carrying some rubbish to his hogs, and in climbing over a fence, his loot slipped and fell neros the fence, fracturing two of his left ribs. I3ig bargains in cloaks at Fair Bros. For Doors and Window Sash, all kind , call on Z. Wnyne Griffin & & Bo's. llro Boots to supply everybody nt Fair Mr. T. S. Ford, Fordsville, was the B ros. & Co's. guest ol his brother, Dr. E. W. Ford, Buy your millinery now at Fair yesterday. " Bros. & Co's. '.. Wayne Griffin & Bro, nre preMcintosh coats all prices at Fair pared to furnish yon anything in the Bros. & Co's. grocery line. Call on them. Large line Bed Blankets, Comforts Mr. F. T.. Felix has bought the at Fair llros. & Co's. building formerly occupied by Thk For general family supplies call on Krtuiimcan. Consideration, $400. 7.. Wayne Griffin & Bro. $r Leave your horse at Casebier & Beautiful line Hoods and FascinaBurton's Stable, and it will receive tors at Bair Bros. & Co's. The best hay the best of treatment. and corn at their stable. Best line ladies and men underCaieblcr.& Hurton are still at the wear at Fair Bros. & Co's. same old stand, ready and willing to 50 pieces new Indigo Prints 5 cents care for your horse, and are prepared per yard nt Fair Bros. & Co's. to furnish everything in their line. Mr. W.T. Rolph, Louisville, will For all kinds of doors and window lecture ntCollege Hall Monday night. sashes, call on Z. Wayne Griffin & Subject, "Every Day Business Life." Hro., who are prepared to furnish Everybody invited. Admission face. anything in this line at prices to suit Mr. Jas. P. Thomas, who was Sec them and get prices. the times. thrown from a horse nearly two years Everything and everybody is very ago and sustained such severe bruisdry. Wc havn't had a rain for six es, and has been able to go about on months and the Grand Jury is in ses- crutches, thinks he will be able by y sion. Everybody wants water, and a the first of the year to lay aside his Very crutches. Everybody who knows great many want fire water. few want fire, but they are very like- Jim will hail with delight this good , ly to have it if they don't insure their news, property. Insure before it is too late At Itrsl. late with Mrs. Eliza Christina Gibson, relict II. I). McIIknry & Son, Agents. of Remus Gibson.died at her homeon Rev, W, D. Cox, assisted by Rev. Mulberry Street Tuesday night at 9 She was J, C. Craig, will lay the corner stone o'clock of consumption. of the New Concord Baptist Church born July 20, 1833, the daughter of on Siturday, December 1st at 11 a.m. Reason Williams. In 1859 she marBro Cox will ried Remus Gibson, who precedes her Everybody invited. not be at his regular appointment at to the better world by twelve years. years Concord on 4th Sunday, but will be Since her marriage, forty-fou- r there the following Sunday. He will ago, she has been a citizen of Hartcommence a scries of meetings at ford. In 1848 she joined the Beaver Woodward's Valley Church on Sun- Dam Baptist Church and withdrew from that body to unite in the organday night, December 2. ization of the Hartford Baptist Church I We have just completed a very in i860. No woman ever lived a handsome catalogue of Southern In purer, holier life than Mrs. Gibson. diana Normal College, Mitchell, Ind. As mother, wife, friend and ueghbor This school is under the excellent ' she was loving and true, faithful to management of Prof. Jno. C. Willis, duty and lull of good works. She is who conducted the Institute here last Wears a crown of unspeakable glory summer. He has connected with studded with the bright jewels of nil him some of the best teachers that christian and womanly virtues. evcould be found in the State, and To the living, her life speaks with School. erything points to a first-claheavenly eloquence bidding us follow Write Prof. Willis for catalogue, in the footsteps of her worthy examwhich thoroughly explains their ple. methods of teaching. The funeral exercises were conductM. ed by Dr. J.S.Coleman at the Baptist Little Purdy Casebier, son of J. Casebier, the liveryman, happened to Church Wednesday evening at 2 quite n bad accident last Monday. o'clock in the presence of a large conHe had gone to the river to water a course ol sorrowing relatives and After the exercises at the horse, and while the horse was drink- - friends. near by, church the remains were conveyed to j inga gun was discharged frightening the horse and he wheeled Oakwood Cemetery and laid away to around, throwing Purdy against a await the Resurrection. rock, knocking him senseless. His t'ollcjte Nnlrs. foot hanging in the stirrup and he At no period of the school's history was dragged a considerable distance Have tint lonj lnir trimmed at He is get- has there been more activity manibefore he became loose Wutkins' shop. ting along as well as could be expected. fested by the students and teachers Call 011 Watkins, the barber, for a than at the present time. All are lagood, easy shave. The Republican is constantly in- boring to the fullest extent of their From early in the morning Mr, V G Harnett visited friends at creasing in circulation, and now has power. the largest circulation of any paper until late iti the evening this continCentertown Inst Sunday. heretofore published in Ohio county. uous work goes on and all seem so Mr. J R. Williams, Kinderhook, Our subscription list is not confin- delighted that they never become spent Sunday at Fordsville. Wc can't see why every one ed to the county alone, although we weary. Miss l.ulu Caison, is visiting her have more papers circulated in Ohio docs not avail themselves ol the rare sister, Mrs Birnes, Beaver Dam. county than any other paper in the opportunity that this school affords Messts. George and Hugh Bailey, county, but extends all over the 4th for a thorough and practical educaof Cruston, Ky , were in town Sun- Congressional District. In every li ue tion. yesterday morning at On 7:30 the we are well equipped and can do Job day. Work of every variety and kind, nt Grand Jury and Petit Jury visited Frank Gentry, at Watkins' barber- the very lowest prices. Give ns a the college together with a large shop, will give you an easy shave as call. number of visitors at which time the you can get anywhere. Hon. J. E. Rowe, Owensboro delivei-e- d an address to the school in a graceCourt olr. Mr. J. U. Hill and family, of Den' The following is the grand jury for ful, logical, and practical manner. ver, Col., nre expected to arrive in present term: John Fogle, CornelHis subject was"Character and Mortown for a shott visit to friends the ius Hoover, V. A. Stewart, James al," he showed clearly and forcibly and relatives. I,en that there could be no permanant Brown, Wm. R. Chapman, The Green River Valley Associa- Hoover, C. T. Baird, F. M. Hatler, happiness and success with out these tion of Colored Baptists held n busi- Larkin Williams, J. K. Shaver, G. A. principles, and that it was not the ness meeting at the Alpha Baptist Holland, J. II. Patton, foreman. geniii3 alone that attains renown but Church last Saturd ly. The following gentlemen compose that often the mediocre with sound Mr and Mrs. E D. Guffy and the petit jury for the present term: mind, industry and perseverance daughter, Miss Mercedes, visited the W. M. Ball, Jonathan Edge, Geo. would be the ruling, co ntroling powKlein, A. W. Mills, J. W. Petty, Jack er iu the affaiis;of life. family of Judge B. h. D. Guffy, We were glad to note among our last Siturday and Sunday. Yates, J. I. Harder, E. K. Smith, Jesse W. Taylor, J. D. Duke, Jas. many visitors on yesterday morning Mr. A. D. Taylor, the photographShreve, Wm. Brown, Moses Herald, the Rev Dr. Coleman, Rev. Taylor, er, has changed the time ot being in J. V. Bell, J. B. Brown, Wat Stevens, Hev'i Morston, Missionary to AustraHartford Irom Saturday till Monday, lia, Judge J. P. Morton, also thecol-leg- e J. C. Park, Alonzo Yates. J. W. Colelie will be here every Monday all man, J. D. Bell, S. J. Paxton. trustees, Dr. J, T. Miller, Mr. T. day. All the cases on Tuesday's Com- Larkin Griffin, Capt. S. K. Cox, L.F. New monwealth docket except the follow- Woerner, and many others. Hartford still improves. brick walks are being laid every day, ing were comtinued: Com'th vs. B. All who visit our school seem to be and ere long old Haitford will have A. Casebier, et al., demurrer toindict-men- t thoroughly impressed with the great brick pavements over the entire town . sustained and the case referred success of our institution, and the to the grand jury. Com'th vs. O. C. superiority of work accomplished Let the good work go on. charged with murder-fi- led from time to time. Preaching atGojhen Saturday night Chapman, The Hypatiansgive an open meetaway with leave to reinstate. before each 2d Sunday and on each Com'th vs. Wash Duncan (3 cases), ing this evening at four o'clock. No ad Sunday. At BeaverDam :st Sunfiled extra time has teen expended in preday in each month, morning and charged with selling whisky away with leaveto reinstate. Com'th paring the program, but any that night, until further notice, vs. L. A. Maiden, charged with carry- may come will be welcome. E E Pate, Pastor. at We were especially glad to have ing concealed a deadly weapon a plea Mr. E. G Rowe, ol Rockport, Ky., ofguilty e nteredand jury fixed punish-methe trustees of the school to visit us died last Saturday of heart trouble. at $25and iodays in jail. Com, th and believe they are thoroughly inremains were interred at West vs Ben Carter, charged with selling terested in the success and prosperity The He had lived liquor verdict of the jury not guilty. of our school, also judging from the Providence Sunday. an honorable and useful life and will Visiting attorneys: Col.S. P. Love, honest intellectual appearance of the be greatly missed in the community. Greenville; Judge C. W. Massie, gentlemen who compose the two juWhen you come to Circuit Court Owensboro; J. B. Vickers and H. F. ries of the present Circuit Court, we next week don't fail to call on T. M. Matthews, Fordsville; Mr. Hudson, believe the interest of our county will be carefully and dillfgently guarded. Her, proprietor of the Commercial Henderson. Com'th vs. Frank Collins for carryHotel. He is prepared to bountifully weapon feed and comfortably cue for all who ing a concealed a deadly fined $25 and 10 days in jail. stop with him. Special rates to juryAwarded Com'th vs. Wm. R. Edge, trial Highest Honors World's Fair. men and witnesses by the week Satand acquitted. isfaction guaranteed. Com'th vs. O. F. R. & G. R. Rail-roa- d Mr. G B. Slack, of Uniontown, Co. defendant Confessded fine Ky.,ls in Hartford to study medicine. $100. W. Ford's He is staying in Dr. E. Com'th vs. R.L. Tate and G. R. and under his excellent instrucGillaspie, Gillaspie bail bond forfeited tions, he will be well fitted for Coland Judgment on the forfeiture and lege. Mr. Slack is a bright, affable prosecution of Tate set lor next young gentleman and we bespeak for Wednesday, and Sheriff ordered to him a bright future. bring him from Owensboro for trial Geo. Oats was brought from OwensMr. R. T. Collins, who went to Fayette, Tenn., last week to see his boro for trial continued and he was father, who was taken sick at that taken back to Owensboro for safe place, arrived home Wednesday morn- keeping, Com'th vs. Frank Collins for maing, bringing his father with him. MOST PERFECT MADE. Mr. Collins is quite sick, but is on a licious shooting fine $50. Free A pure Gripe Cream of Tartar Powder. vs, W. A. Commonwealth fair way to improve now, and all from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. $50, hope he will soon be able to be out. YEARS THE STANDARD. fliiiulny.ttnriiliiir niiontlnir nt Oircimboro. News reached here last Sunday about noon of the shooting of Jack Hcaviiu, brother to Mr. M. L. Ilcav-rithe well known attorney of this of God-livOil, with Hypophospbitos of Limo and Soda, place. There ore several conflicting is a constructive food that nourishes, enriches tho blood, reports in regard to the affray. The creates solid flesh, stops wasting and gives strongth. It is Messenger of Tuesday contained the for all following: Charle3 Heavrin said to a Messenger reporter: "Ash by and his friends were in our saloon near midnight drinking. One of them dancing, and we told him to stop as it was liko Consumption, Scrofula, Anamia, Marasmus; or for doughs anfl nearly Sunday and we wanted no Golds, Bora Throat, Bronchitis, Weak Lungs, Loss of Flesh and noise. They quietly left and went to Qeneral Debility. one of the houses across the road. I Scott's Emulsion boa no equal tut was out in the Highland, and met a Nourishment Tor Babies and Growing Children, woman who told me a man had been Buy only tho gonuino put up in salmon-colore- d wrapptr. cut to pieces. I then heard some one Stnd for famplet on Seoll's Emulsion. FREE. laugh and run around the house. I told them it was all fun. and just then Soott A Bowne, N. Y. All Druggists. BOoonts and $1. John Ashby stepped Irom behind a tree and raised his cane, which I thought was a billy. I ran back and told Jack that they were afterme and wc must not let them in. We started to the door and met Officers Stuart and Hiter, and asked protection from them. Ashby then came up to the OPPOS1TE1TEXAS DEPOT. BEST FARE. porch and when Jack asked him what he wanted, saying we had done nothing, he drew his pistol and then Jack drew his. They began firing, and I thought everybody was shoot- NO LIQUORS SOLD. NO INEBRIATES KEPT. THE PATRONAGE OF ALL GOOD PEOPLE SOLICITED. ing at once. Ashby and Jack were few feel apart, and when the only a shooting stopped Jack fell on the porch there, (pointing to the spot covered with dry blood), and Ashby fell into the arms of one of his u, Scott's Emulsion Wasting Diseases t ranees plotel Owensboro, Kentucky. s. s. stahIj, - - Prop'r. friends." Jack was carried into his room and Dr. J. P. Heavrin was called immeilU ntely. He was unconscious Sunday and passed the night tinder opiates. He was no better last night and his recovery is doubtful. Dr. Heavrin says he may recover if he is well taken care of, but his chances are slim, Ashby was taken to his father's home at Fourth and HaUiaway street. A bullet entered his right breast, pierced the lung and has not been located. He is suffering terribly but rested easy Sunday night. He cannot recline, experiences difficulty in talking veryinu.'h, and has not eaten anything. Drs. To.ld and Fowlkes are attending him and will express no definite opinion on his chances of recovery, but his nurses and close friends say he cannot pull through. When a reporter called at his house at 12:30 this morning, Ashby was asleep and apparently resting well, but he was no better than yesterday when he was reported worse than Sunday. Heavrin was also seen and was resting well. He said he felt somewhat better than he did Monday morning. He stated that Ed Orkies who first stepped upon the porch, and that Ashby came up shooting without warning. He had told his brother to run, and when so many shots were fired he turned to sec if his brother was shot. As he did so, a bullet grazed his little finger, another went through the right lap-pof his coat, one through the muscle of his left arm, and one entered his left breast, came out under the shoulder and dropped down in his sock. The first shot fired took his lelt forefinger off, making five balls that struck him. He says Ashby fired most, if not all, the shots that struck him and a deputy sheriff said one of Ashby's party told him that he emptied his pistol and ran." There are fifteen bullet holes in the side of Heavrin's house. There are holes made by 32 and 38 calibre balls, and some larger ones, presumaAshby's friends bly of will not give their side of the story, but say Heaverin's is not true. need onS letMeGive uu a I ointer TT'C3nP M 'A Nan Well Dressed fttLS gzlJ-- Ii DOUBLE DLESSED " 1 LEAVE YOUR MEASURE ' ss DWNCONA&ft VELL NTTIN.G f. Garments CARSON WITH AADETO ORDER & CO. POWDER QUAKER CITY BAKING 't; M ' ;,Allerro. ., T ri m w i ...... I n - I w rfl time. .i lit w 2d time. f 'I ! j Abiolutely pun an&vholetomc, With ten pennies get a um-pl- o "(. II It u not ut - f Hon-c- t trl l'a 11 iuf- I lucccu will cv- - er fol low . ("QtUKEnCiTTBAKtNaPowDRB" '(. OmiL Of your Grocer an- (OmU.) I i lr the twit: Cl&lmiaplacoaboru the day ; He your pennies i?:Jru-:.Failure there will never bo: n Thotc who use 0 (Omit) Iiof all we're found - fi- -f "!'"!" f '. K fj i .... .... .... n;- d 'jp; j rest r f r r w p" Q UARTERLY REPORT OF THE Jjj Xfj MA JOT Style Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK At tho Close of Business on The Leading Photorraphor. ?icttrn la Ererj an. Sin. to-da- The Republican and Home and Farm both one year for $1.25 in advance. m firOld Pictures Copied and Enlarged A SPECIALTY. 108J Main Street. 37m6 OWENSBORO, 18th day of June 1894. RESOURCES. RY 7ST. n, nt DH of-fic- warn www CREAM Due from National Banks 11,1:5.58 Due from State banks and Bankers Builder Banking house and . . To the memory of Bessie Wortham, lot 3,000.00 youngest daughter of Hon. J. S. Specie 2,632.72 Wortham, of Leitchfield, Ky. Will draw drafts from a nice, neat Currency 2,044.00 How my poor heart ached when some cozy cottage up to a fiue two story Furniture and Fixtures . . 1,500.00 867.1a bouse. Will draw plans free of Current expenses one said, charge. Will make careful estimates "Do you know that little Bess Worth-a$94,i39.a9 is dead?" on all kinds of buildings, and reiuod bright-eyeBeautiful curly-haireal old bouses. Motto "Live and LIABILITIES. Bess, let live." Capital stock paid in, in cashes, 000.00 For whom was ever a smile and caSurplus fund 8,250.00 ress. Undivided profits . . . . 4,204.02 Due Depositors 56i57i.67 I loved the child, for her winning DueSt'tebanks&St'teb'k'rs 59.00 way Due National Banks . . . 54.60 Could brighten formethedarkestday; She'd a spiritual look in her large $94.i39.29 bright eyes, And her generous spirit she could Statu of Kentucky, ) ss County op Ohio. not disguise. o John H. Barnes, Cashier of Beaver When last I gazed on her fair face, Dam Deposit Bank, a bank located And that littte form so full of grace; and doing business in the town of How little I thought so soon she'd Beaver Dam, in said county.bcing duleave ly sworn, says that the foregoing re Her home so drear and us to grieve. port is in all respects a true statement of the condition of the said bank at How wrong it seems that our hearts the close ot business on the 18th day should ache, of June, 1894, to the best of his And from this blow seem most to knowledge and belief; and further says break; that the business of said bank has While heaven for us is brighter by been transacted at the location nam-efar, 6 and not elsewhere; nnd that the And theNangrls welcome this little above report is made in compliance star. with an official notice received from Emma Arnold Mosblsy. the Secretary of State, designating the 18th day of June, 1894, as the day on which such report shall be How's Thlit made. We ofier one hundred dollars Subscribed and sworn to before me lor any case of catarrh that canby John II. Barnes, the 20th day of by Hall's Catarrh Cure. not be cured June, 1894. Rowan Holdrook, F. J. CiiBNRY&Co , Props.,Toledo.O. Clerk Ohio County Court By Shelby Taylor, D. C. We the undersigned, have known J. P. Stevens, ghiiiff Ohio Co, J. H. Banres, Cashier F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years.and R. P. IIocker, Director. believe him perfectly honorable in all Jno. II. Barnes, business transactions aud finacially I. P. Barnard, ' able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. MOTICX. West &TRUAX,Wholesale Druggists, I wakt Try man and womia la th Unltad and Kinnan & lute InumUd In th Oplam on WhUkyt. Toledo, O. Waldino, kablta to n- - on of mr bok thM . M. WoolUy, Atlanta, tia. Add Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Tole-dr. III Ucniorlnm. HAitTFonD, X. 3L.TTOE5, Kentucky, lans and Discounts Overdrafts, secured . . . $72,075.87 . . . 264.11 Overdrafts, unsecured . . 594. 30 45-5- Contractor ail .... m d Republican and the Subscribe for The Louisville Weekly C ommercial b t h one year for $1.25 per year. Tax Notice. Pay your tax and save the per cent, d, id which will be added the first of December. Come forward and pay or I will be compelled to levy. Remember you get the New York Tribune and O. Republican The both BoxtM.M4MWUlbMnt-of- - Hall's Catirrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Sold by all Price, 75c. per bottle. druggist. Testimonials free. 15 im 40 for one year, for one Get our prices on and twenty-fiv- e Job Wok before godollar cents. ing elsewhere, jMairi.Au.vfl.''.T true now; if practiced, it Jills the De- 7 Utntvitt hat had mitfry&AiyAryAJfAyfAtqUfA IS THIS TRUE? agrtatdop. From mocracy with new life. Its first prinMAKING I!iW cntly morn eho ciple was to hold the advantage by chnsed tho Illicit Friday, Novrmiirr 23. 1894. political means which nature had Hoards Liko a Romtiuco, and How tho LlUlo UeofM Artictoa nnd at durlc given to labor in this countty." hroushl him to Aro lVJrulo by Machinery, Comes Noar Homo. THE BENT WAS NOT bay lit tho "Have not such men ns Henry tliolmu- ? -v n Tho Oprrullnn ta Ui'ltr llltTotnt from Wnttcrson favored this tent. Hut in tho 1 v Mlmt It Wn In tlicMxli.mli (inlury chiise alio run a c II i t'nrliillu HniirO A Woinnn Nliowrtl llrrrir policy?" l'roiilo Kiihu Coiiipllratril Murl.lin '1 hut 'turn thorn quite through her paw. It has Inn Ninnrt For Iter I.nml- About llicAinilr? "Yes, but Wrttterson is no states(lit Inn lluiulriil ti .Mliuilc. been extracted. A bottlo otur. Fcnner's Golden Ilellef hns been poured Into a man; ho is a piet Hud he live i in When pins were fust Invented, bowl, nnd her parr dipped In It, to that Homer's time he would have been a every part of the wound Is saturated A very prettvgirl nineteen yens of some time during tho third decade nnd recited his pyro of the sixteenth century, it took one nnd brought under Its Influence. There, car, the accompanied by n br.ikcman on man a whole tiny to make two dozen, will nerer be any eorenens no nwelllnR means so much more than tcchnic compositions on the streets. ngf, no jnattcratliiff no "laying up." She with a golf cape remarked: v v The Republican party owes a motui the L.. St. , and T. railroad, walked tho market price of the day's output can run npnlu va 4 iikr vrti Is nuch a l" win imnmnn QfriniiQ nnrl i'lsce-yo- u still have the same incut to Wutterson; he has biokeit into the Clruity Orgnnization yester-di- y being but three shillings, ns remedy worth anything? It cures jut hiatal diseases result from r.s rendlly any Yreth uoumt, nny cut, house." the soli I South for them, afternoon about 4 o'clock and late In the present century as 18113 brulso, The race burn, ecnld or old sore. Inter- i' trifling ailments neglected. J'Yes, and at the same rent," re, question is dead. asked to be sent home to her parcntii one pin wont through tho hands of nally it cure any colic, dyspepsia, pain r Don't play with Nature's Tennessee, marked the woman with the ostrich Georgia, Noith Carolim vH in Flora, lint She told Dr. Uawesn. twelve p"ioii3 before It was finished In Btuimicli, dlnrrhirn, dysentery or flux. Alno It cures promptly nny forethront, iTreatcst mft health. boa. me two irgiiita3 bpliolil n new ca long nnd tnll btnryiiliniilltow she had and folded away in the little sheet of bronchitis or consumption (If lungs not I If nu irfetlnp V. paper of the regulation green. To- already dlRonrnniml.) In a word It ,' I thought your landlord had ''But rcer opening to thvu NaMt'e his been kidnapped two months ngo nnd out of torli.tttfk if w. is differ(wyithtr nnd ami cenerilly decided to raise it?" f, - is b;en held n pris.Tieriu fear of her life day, inhowever, everything single ma- cures ant ihki.aiimationnmnc, vanishes. ' 5.P . favored them; the food ot the the disease, whatever its ent the pin factory, n E. uikj, i,c nui,,v c no ttipcilic T i'He did, but somehow I didn't excheap; vegetible substances, fuel, up to a fev days ngo. Site said her chine turning out a stream of the No Inflammation no pain, no swelling-mm cm t uoik, J( no tlisense. Could anything bo more t rtln tlonccuk- - TL pect to move, though Tom gave up clothing, .shelter. coit twentv live mine Was liutettti 15. Deiinan, mid Utile, neatly-polishesharp-pointesimple or satisfactory? Miners, mill IllJVlhf hioitclli. S per cent less there th 111 iu the Nurtlu tint she lived with Iter father M)im implements at the rate of two hunthe house at once. You see, I really hie titcnttlienlnt V hands and everybody need it. if satisinnllcliic.wliHhli .7 c faction not frW'n, money refunded. The mineral resourced ol this region Deuiit.m nud lierttiotherin I'lurn, I ml dred per minute, day unit night. can't afford to have any more liiunn t lion Contains no nnrcotlrs or mineral poisA fw bot. smashed in moving wagons. nre vast ami of the highest quiltty. to the night ol September 28. On wonderful little .This At Il ons. Safe nnd certain. Never disapeomei ftom the Restore the Americanism ol felVsrsuit that 11 In lit fits! nud her parents, she automaton ts not larger thun a points. Take a tattle homo I've lost enough already to stock n cty firtl ilote tiN itmim and this belt of oo.iutry will lurst said, mietuled a temperance lecture sewing mnehine, but it bus more Inr department store." Utth, anil II ' into n splendor of growth nsver sien iu one nl the chuiclies nt Fiona, The visible knives, springs, sharpeners 'So you have decided not to move. ' ' pleamit tu tiki. ELECTRIC TELEPHONE T isfcKPliisiy !! 8M outright, nojwnt, no roitltr AiUrj l elsewhere. "Not quite, dear. You see, I told If tit.-- D.mujiMo Will leetine was over nto o'clock ni.d her nm! pinchers about It than n steam toCltr, VlttfttfflorCounirrt NMlf1 in rvurf h thrasher. The wire from which tho CI nutoat conrcn homo, anon, utora and ofSc re organise and gtvo to industry ilie p treats went iliicetly home She. the landlord that I was sorry to move lenca Ami lwat MHr nn mirth plus are made is colled around u Arritf runkr fWituK5lo60irrilMT. permanent .issur.vice of its old .h: however sMppul nt the hotiMMifa Kidney nnd l.lvcr but we really couldn't afford a higher Una In a rwldenc ioran a mil to nil th small drum attached to the rear end nUhhoM, clnnluttrumnt, rmtoy, wcrk I triues ns expressed in the platform o' friend until Troubles, 'vt'trtlrla, rent nud that I, myself, would gladly tnrwher, any distune (loin il etc, rrnljr f r 1 o'clock. The of the mnehine, different sizes of uuir n txi iut up hy nnj whfii hlrir 1SS4, and in addition thcteto take up . no nver out of onlr, 0n nrnirliw, Init n on. ." CoKstljutlon, ilad Blood show the house to intending tenants. lift belug used between her own home and her wire and pinchers A tnoiitr tnW time Wrrnt-Writ b nlfilflrln, Nervous ailment thesolid money djgmas of Hamilton friend's W, P. HirrUon & Co , Clerk 10, Columbus, 0. Then I set every 100111 in order and for the several varieties of pins. home was S) stcit that she Women's complaints. nnd Jefferson, it will command the waited." started home by herself. She was Tho wire passes from the drum Ctt Plly llir cfiiuine It haierotteil rtd future. If it poisoiu its Wool with ' "Well." into tho machine through n I orisvii.i.i:,.sr. 1.01 in ,ni,.i, it. it I .)("! llie tril itl. Allniheti npiub. i1!! just opening the gate nt her home, bCIIKIil'1.1. IN m lit lun Otl re. MiV.l, U'll. monometallism, free trade nml the II 'n,l 1V,i.M4 No. M, ?,. tluttt trt rt elltl llAxiiillfnl lllintil Jo,&., "Well, I really thought that the lei she said, when ilw was suddeily small hole provided for that purV ' iif Vl.4 ami boot lire J" single tix.its ciri:r is ovor ns a compose, being kept straight nud taut WKSrilMUMl. iMllj. Dull;. first woman that came would take it. T mo. II CMCICAL CO. CAUTlMOrtE. MD. scizedby a man from behind, r. by a brake on the drum nnd a .scries I,i. l.oulMllle . .i. m. K UeilJic!d's Was' -manding 'orce " Tia I praised the closets and told her what was tin uit into hei mouth of iron pegs across the platform of Wf t I'ollit Ml via Wp.m ugbu swell neighbors we had and" llMndnilHiry.. int-- j a buggy M7,m. t.vTp. in. nud she was then lifted the machine. A queer littlo pair of 9.1 . in. 1 37 i, in. IrTluviw ....... "Hut I thought you didn't want which was concealed behind seme pinchers "catchers" seizes the t ......... ... 10:13 . m. Sail i. to to" shrubbery nearby. The man, whom wire nnd thrusts it through a hole, 9 Up. in. Clotrtprt ....; m. llMtn.m. I'nrk Oliwltv 1'illc will rcilucu jour "No, dear.but just as she was leav- against the strong. Ittlln. in. 10.10 p. m, where it is held white a small hamMtigazlno Gun for she recognized itMiamsJ Thotnai. she from 12 tliMk.ni. I014i. m, nilKlitl'KUM.ViN'HNTLY This reflection of selling votes is It la tho Boat ing I casually mentioned the fact that said, got into the buggy with hi r, mer beats a head on the forward end Oncnitato Army TJeo Now Known. ...... lii ts p. m. Hit p. m. to 1.) poiimls a nintli. NO Sinrvinij of tho. wire, Is it two persons had died of typhoid fever made only against the negro. PpotttTiltt... .....-- . 1:61 p, m. 1I.AA p. in, sicknew 01 injury; HO Publicity. and tclli'ig her ifshe dated to raise Here il is hold until a knife de,.... m, Ifttp.m. It. ItMJititron in the next house above and one two true that only the negro sells his An Improved Copy of the Danish Weapon an otttciy lie would tutcly kill her, Tliuy build up tho Kkiltli mid lii'iuiii-f- y scends and cuts the wire in proper No.W, .to. 41, I think there is not 11 fair doors below. She seem somewhat vote? Ilorr tho ltlllo IVorl. SmokclrK tliociiinplcxioii kii viui: noWUINiv drove rapidly to the wcods about 11 11 n length. Next it is nllowud to lMy Plljr. KWriiOUNP. 1'onilr r In fi cd Knully Taken agitated, and when I called out the minded man in the county but what mile out fioiu Florin. He told lie J, she drop into a groove through which tr. llfndcr?ou., ..... MS.m. 3; Up. m LKrtni lliibliinus-- . SltUTABDO. Apart Without Toolv MKNS itnddilliiiill brrutbini; curcly landlord's address after her she didn't will agree with mc when I say, it is 7j.17n.ni. said, that he proposed to take her the heads cannot pass, and whiio SrotlMlllc........ , .. p. In. NO KXl'KfUMKNT but ., di27 k. m. the low and degraded of all races that p m, OxruWn. . seem much interested." The now Infantry rifle is similar to away from Floria where nooue would being held in Mint position is ex. 9Wn, m, S.O.Sp, in u hcicntiliu nnd positive relict, ivliiptrd Lenh6rt "But Maggie, you know that was" sell nnd that the color of the skin or the arm now used by tho Danish ov- -' ever I:mv them and kept her in hid-d:- n posed to tho action of n set of smnll HnKetTlIt.... .. -. All iM. ro. 4)p. i only niter your of cxpwiciicc. other race marks hnve nothing to do eminent, but so altered and imfiles, which nlmost instantly give it lO.Ot a. in. 6.17 p. m. CIok rporl until she promised to many htm nnltTH t iipplitd direct trnni our with one's selling. Has nil the montp'hrnvor!., ...... KV.'S n. in. 8:19 p, m. proved ns to make it the best mag- He also toYi licrs'ie slid, that lie 1ml n smooth, sharp point. Tho pin is "Some time ago. Yes, but I never l'neo 82.00 per pncksigo or IriliiKlon.;..,...,.,.... lliwn.m, 7 04 p. in. polnow finished and azine gun for army use now known. broken into could remember dates, and the peo- ey that hnve been raised for campaign 5 00 by innil hir home while the fam- ishing tub, which ready for the g lirniiilfhlmrn lliatfs, tii. Tdlp.m. tlireo pncknueit lor revol-inis slinply-The or United ily was away, gathered up nil ol purposes gone to buy negro votes? Tcttiinoiiiuls mill purlieu-liir- f Vfrnt tVpItif ., ple did die." I'.'66 p. Illy 8.04 p. in, jioitpnid. her iu which the pins arc barrel I 00 p. m, f.03 p. in. (coaled) 2 cent. If not, then it seems that there may be States infantry rifle, model 1892, is clothes nnd hidden them in the wools "Well, did she" All correspondence strictly confsoniethat would call ita disgrace to be a magazine pun t Itli a caliber of .30 near by The hone's head had been cleaned and polished by their own l!nNo.4l ami .So. ti msko connection "Never went near. The bedrooms of an inch, or .15 of an inch smaller friction. After going through tho lr?ititon (tiiHNr rxrrplnt) with trniiin en loli. idential. were too small for the next people, called a negro receiveda lew dollars to than Unit of the Springfield rifle now turned in the Hrectton of these woods, polishing tub they nro boiled In a soullr, l!ar,iinbii(v ,t Wntlun II. II., eM in ARK REMEDY CO., strengtheniheir polittcal conviction. and the next ones were delighted, but lution of neld nnd tin. This latter in use. Tho new rifle is slightly and after n ride of a mile they retcht touml. Kir lutther information, il Iron lWton. Mnes. It. 0, MOItlil'E, Orn. IVr Ar'I. thought the rent r.vther dear. Then Ycs.I am sure that others sell besides shorter than the Springfield. The ed tl.cm Tl'Pinnr, she raid, drove operation gives them their shining jawa ijmi Lonittille. Kj I remarked that immediately alUr negroes; some for money, some for breech is opened nnd closed by a ditccttly to ?ii old hollow tree, nud, appearance. After going through I sliding bolt operated by a handle and luncheon I intended to run around office nnd others for popularity. titer first warning her tint to leave tin acid bath they nre accounted as WIH ILO CO 10 aWEKSBDRO Kr:r.!r,,.,Agenl8.S75 nnd engage that lovely little house in thank God, the negroes are not guilty knob at its rear end. The magazine the buggygot outastl puilsda bundle being finished and ready for the marTa MHailtaurriwij. iinI PWaMMi.r. WasbMtiUk ket. Mechanic. I think the is n horizontal one, lying under tho or clothing UI4 the next square at alower rent. They of the last too at least. from the hollow in the' fclaiU, 4isb ff ft fmllj ) receiver of the barrel, nud closed by negroes have suffered enough insul'S HatlM, a4 drll lta GANDER AND CAGLE. carelessly asked which house, and I tree This he threw into the Lack of ttfit uli tli bao4. T a pate at its right side. Part of tho May we have no more reflections n itk btii biaualr4fi noticed that they turned that corner." in, turned Tho LMIer Finally Met HIj Match In nviO barrel, whero it is grasped by tho tl'e huppy. ? J. UX iJFtiL rnai, iibi MHl i Ckrfmt lhwt and Moi ArtUlic Work, the negro voters of the county 111 left hand in firing, is covered with the heir t-- trund rnd Lcpau to drive "How could you? Well, did she" tho Former. Cfri RM4alrtlKta C&UP. Ktr.fctdltk. xny titc or ttylt. Frtdmta Si. iVtwen 3uch an unqualified way, also a reasHi ! ' I II "Well, you know, it was cheaper, wood. Tills is necessary, for the south. The yor.ug woman said There are few better fighters than W, IMlAUIllU.N JL CO.,4rbl,arasl) itrntuifrr. (tti. , IS, CvUaifcHH O. :i n ., , 6m.'i7 and if they had taken our house I onable recognition of the negro voters barrel becomes very hot from the Tnotnas drove fourteen nights and a goose, or n gander more particu. Tjrat o( the county by the officers elect. extreme rapidity of fire. The han- two days until he tiached the out-- k larly. Those ragged while I'tisslan should have been obliged to ritit It is no SuPARATE SCHOOLS UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT.-- of Washington, lad. Tltfte geese bite like bulldogs. that, for it was near enough to have More Republican victories with in- dle at the rear cud of the bolt, nnd a t lug at its front end, fit into grooves h mere peck with them; they bite and creased majorities. Resp'y, r ff AL c my Ills hfirc and after imSnilTHFRN . B0WLH1G Gil :EH carried." and lock the bolt when tho breech is hang on. Thecommon old farmyard 15. S. Foreman. "Your landlord told me that Swell- pressing upon herMrict Mlencc, tiny gaudcr Is a capital fighter when ho closed. On its exterior tho bolt car..tin!,,, Normal styles intended to take it." A JrllM-.iiiin- n DcmiK'iiit. ries the extractor, whiio insldo is put up at nn old cnbin owned by an is driven to it. At t certain place Swell-style- s Readers of the Washington know the firing pin and spiral mainspring. old woman whom Thoum called Miss in Scotland there used to be a caged "They did, but after Sirs. CBTAqLISHCO IN 1878. and I had gone over it I said, that Thomas Jefferson was a protecThe magazino holds flvo cartridges, Waltz He gave his name to her ns golden eagle. He preferred to kill COLLEGE. I SOUTHERN BUSINESS SOWLING GREED NORMAL SCHOOL, 'Your children all so healthy that I tionist; he has been quoted nt length which arc pressed forward by means Henry Johnson They stopped at tlu his own dinner, and It used to bo a I'nclljh. Tftchfta1, Sdtntific. and CIale The vtril rtmlnrji Tra Muilc, Att, and Klocullon Proldl think the house will just suit you, in this review. When the late cry of of a follower acted upon by a spring, cibin for the night oiiivnnd the next cruel sport to watch hltn'dlsposo of llcolt Keeplni, t'cnmani'i irj. Tutitti can enter alitor l.ow utci ol Uiatd and tuition, bend (or a Wntinr. and I catatosru- nr time, bend for cstaiiittie but mine, you know, are rather deli- "free raw material" was proc aimed so that the cartridges are placed ouo morning they crossed the river here nny unfortunate hen or guinea fowl CIIERUT Bnos, rrop'rt. Bowline Orui.Kr. Conns dotlwl. Addrna by one in front of tho bolt. Tho at Louisville, shs s lid, and drove on tlint was put into his cage. cate, and the least hint of sewer gas a Democrat principle, and Arthur Pile magazine can bo instantly filled from Tlicy trlod him, I believe, with evto O.veusbjio, where they put up alarms us.' She turned pale, and I Gordon denied the assumption, the a "quick-loading- " ery sort of domestic poultry. Ducks, box holding five knew at once that not even the par-lo- r senior Senator from Maryland has cartridges. When the bolt is drawn again this time for a week anJ with peafowl, turkeys tho eaglo was Oi the 6th to the rear, the cartridge just fired relatives of riioiu is naaud Olnp u 1 1. master of them nil. IIo lnul.no mantel would induce her to take history for his witness. of November the people rendered the is withdrawn by the hook of the exAt the cad of th j wee':, Hi mi it, troublo in finishing them off, 1 no it." --TO SUE TIIB- verdict that the wise foresaw, includtractor, aud thrown clear of the gun she said, concluded that it wouM irbt troubloovon with tho "bubbly-jot.- " "And the landlord?" "Oh, he came around that evening ing probably the very Senators who by an ejector at tho bottom of tho do to stay with psopls w'10 knew But at longtli they tried him with a .areXS iZ.rZ2&; receiver. At the samo time a fresh him, so he notified her to b; reidy to gander; but ho could make nothing and said that as we were such good have been denounced as guilty of perOf course, there cartridge from tho mngazmo is litve that night. She was .if aid to of it. The gander crouched into a tenants he had decided not to raise fidy and dishonor. nre critics who still claim that the placed in front of the bolt. Tho bolt disabey him, she tu I. so tint ui'it corner, drow back his head, and prethe rent. Tom was so surprised." is then shoved forward, placing the sented nothing but u broad, spade-llk- o th-cause of Democracy's defeat is due to wh le fun ly .raiaslejp s'u "No wonder," gasped her friend. bill from whichever quarter tint cartridgo in tho barrel, and at the whin , by the Senate to Mr. "This is our stopping place. Come eaglo tried to attack him. same time cocking tho firing pin, so an I Tho, 11 is stole out of the lions.-It rc md bugy an J tik'utj t'.tiir Why then wis that the piece is ready for firing. and have a cream soda. Heel faint." Cleveland's wishes. Tho eagle fumed and fretted, nnd that charming nnd earnest man, Hon. Chicago Tribune. On tho left sldo of the pieco is a pra::eJel out) Fonhvills, Oiu grew very angry; ho madedespcrnte William I,. Wilson, delcated in West "cut-off,- " county. by means of which the cartHsre I'iuiui, w'.u still attempts to take tho gander In tho Itrport Virginia? Of all men the Chairtn in ridges in the magazine can be held c.ag to I'm .11,11.' of o',nis)ii, fell ta flank, but tho wise old bird defeated Of No Creek school for month ending of the Ways and Me ins Committee in rescrvo until the proper moment, with a fanujr 11.1 nil Willie; IIu them nil. In tho end thoy had to November 9, '94: i should have been re elected. It w s nnd In tho meantime tho piece can learns.1 th it Watlae; h id 1 fir :i ne ;r give tho gander his liberty, as tho Lyda Ward 95, Etta McCormick9S. not that his constituents loved Inm bo used as a siugle-loadcanother village iu Oiib cj t it that reward of his courage, nnd to satisfy Tho cartridges are bottle-shapetho eaglo with the much more succuRobert Carson 94, Oran Wnllarcegs, less but they loved themselves mote. ivishsj to Jill. Tuoun cm:lit Tho bullet weighs only half as much he lent dainty of n young turkey poult. Edna Bennett 91, Bulah McCormick They wanted a rest that Mr. Wilson's "lKJrfc Mncmillnn'q Magazine. as thatof the Springfield, and is fired did to settle 011 a farm sj t'ntwi 99,Beaulah Shown 97,Stella Ward 96, triumph endangered; tuererfore he with nearly doublo the muzzlo velocmade a tra Je an 1 Vm f ir.n pi? ie.l in .1 ir Wayne Woodward 93, Alice King 9G, was sacrificed. Congressman Tracy, ity) giving greater rango aud accu- to Hioaias' hinds. The girl nil 1 she Lydia Coffee 89, Earnest Bennett 93, of New York, met with a like fate for racy. Tho powder used is of tho nnd TlmiiiJ w.'iit to lnuickeepln-: Carrie Baird 84, Tom King 90, Ola a like reason. If much abused Demrvr I Hi aA smokeless variety, so as not to ?X then. lis intwluul lur to e;ry Edwards 88, Lida Baird 90, Jim ocratic Senators wanted n vindicatho vlow of tho soldior and not onea3.Mrj JjUuj.i, an I kept her , to obstruct the small bore of the gun. Sohwn 89, Lura Stevens 90, Bessie tion, they have it now with a venbayonet is simply a long knife, under strict wntcli so that she could The Martin 94, Carry Wallace 9$, Iuy geance. C. of so that it is useful off a3 well as on not get a chance to tell any one her Stevens 85, N. Ward 95, Ethel Ward No truer, better Democrat lives tho gun. story. He never lelt her outofhis 95, Edward Johnson 85, Jesse Foster than Jefferson Chandler. r His DeOne important feature of tho new sight for longer than a half hour, she 80, Leslie Baird 85, 1uira Johnson 96, mocracy was too Jeflersonian for Misrifle Is that In 0110 minute's time, Eddie Ward 70, Emma "Ward 85, souri, so he was supplanted in Conwithout tho assistance of any tools, He will tave you MONEY by Buying from HIM. Will)' hew ever, he told Todr.ys Dudley Ward 87, John Chamberlain gress some years ngo by an order of it can bo completely tnken apart, ' her he was coming to Louisville on sell you ti Huggy, HnrncM, Lnp Duster and Whip from 400.00 " 96, Frnk Shown 95, Charlie Fostec men that has driven the State into any broken pa rt replaced, and then business, nud put her in cluigcof the " r,t 88, Verna Woodwaid 89. ' the arms of the Repuolicans. I've It can as quickly be put together Wnllnce family, Thouins was hardly up lo J7.5.00. Tiio Davis Cnrriago Comjmny litis the reptita- again. Harper's Weekly, Elmo Williams, Teacher. been asking Mr. Chandler some quesN':MKi'A i I Jizi I iii'Jtiiimjj out of sight, she said, when she told tion of building tho best Buggy for the money of any Factory tions. His answers ate forcible. SUGAR A REMEDY. her whole story to Mr, Wallace. He L SLUGGISH Hon') Till! in Cincinnati. "What is tin; matter with Democ- It Will Cure Hiccoughs Where Othor nt once gne her money enough to We offer one hundred dollars CAUSES racy?" Things Fail. bring her on to Louisville. When lor any case of catarrh that canCo.'isiipavioi), Sick Headacho, "It has fallen from Thorn is Jeffer "Why don't you stop that hic she reached Union station she was not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. lysnflo. Ilcrvenracrs, son to Tom Johnson. Tlteinttl'ectual coughing?" asked a man of a friend, out ol money nud nskcJ a policeF. J. CiiUNr.v&Co , Props., Toledo, O. 3: KS73.-.distance is so great that the shock is who was convulsed with the annoy7M 3VITLH Sn.'EuALlY. offiWe the undersigned, have known ing convulsions in the street near man where she could stay. The ' a'1 iiciK rani to Impart a natubeconsiderable. Thomas Jefferson Pur nil sik charge of thebrnketunn cer put her in F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years.nnd tho Astor liouso tho other day. ral, lienlr' y itij.v to tii Btoimcli, Liver, and lieved in a distinct industrial and fibelieve hint perfectly honorable in all "Stop them?" gulped the other, who took her to the Chatity Organi-stationancial policy for this country. He Upon further questioning si e business transactions nnd finncially "I I wish I could. Held my . . 3 CSrt B ns well as ail the great Democrats of fs? breath fifteen minutes drank niuo said Thomas was married nnd had nble to carry out any obligations the past, realise that declarations of swallows water; nlno limes. Tried lived with F.'jorj Tcs Effoativo his mother who was vciy made by their firm. OI the world for a Trifle, I'OR. I.ITTMJ aiONIJY. independence were not to scare myself; make believe wealthy and who had n farm about Wr.sT &Tuuax, Wholesale Druggists, e that real independence of n peo-pi- lost my watch. No good. Thoy five miles out of Flora A A She had i Toledo, O. Waldino, Kinnan & J '.id Pf SJ VJi IV3 sprang from their possession nnd won't go." 5 1 st known Thomas bifore he kiltnppcd Wholesale Druggists, ToleMarvin, 1 II. W, ClTMII' J, ClIINOII, "Will you buy if I cure them for wise uiniingeuient of great natural i her, she said, but hnd never had anydo, O. g Hint it depended upon the you?" asked tho first speaker, laugh-inHall's Catarrh Cure is taken interu u. at tho frequent interruptions iu thing to do with him. She said she uaHk..r .,M V. v 4' t T t nally, ncting directly upon the blood prospeiity of labor; that hunger was his friend's description of his believed he had gone Inck to Flora. Is the leading Republican family paper of the not the basis of liberty. He tealized troubles. Tiio l, A A and mucous surlaces of the system. When I)r, Hawcs seemed to quesother gasped in the the advantages of labor in this conn-tr- y nffirmallvo reply, and tho two en- tion some of the girl's statements she United .States It is n NATIONAL I'AMIIA' l'AI'HR, and gives all the 1 Price, 75c. per bottle. Sold by nil and the possibility of establish- tered tho rotunda. general news of the United States. It gives thu events of foreign lands in grew very dramatic, and, lifting her druggist. Testimonials free. 15 nn ing citizenship upon n higher plane "Givo this man a heaping a nutshell. Its Agricultural dep.utiueiit his no superior in the country. Its hands, cried: "I don't care what you of powdered sugar," said tho by husbanding labor's advantage Market Reports ate recognized authority. Separate departments for The A Colored Vlrr Nprnlin, tliinkabout it, I know that every bit here, This policy was cairicd down friend to the barkeeper, Tho man of what I say 13 Calhoun, Kv Nov, 12, 1894. family Circle, Onr Young I'olks, nnd .Science nnd Mechanics?- - Its Home Dr. Huwcs true." did so. "Now swallow it," conCareful Estimates made on all Car- and Society colit'tiiis coinnnn the aluiirition ot wive. an daughters Its Eimtor Rwuiilican, I see in the the history of Democracy until the could do nothing for the girl without comprehensive, btill-laRiU'Udlican ol the 8th, Inst., nthrust death of Randall; the party triumph- tinued tho speaker to tho vie first investigating her story, so he pentering and Building. Terms rea- general political news, editorials nnd discussions are tlm of hiccoughs, Tho latter nt the negro voters of Ohio county, ed upon it in 18S4. Since then the A .special eoulr.icl enables us to offer this splendid nud exhaustive. got th" brakeunn who brought her sonable. Hartford, Ky. essayed to do so and succeedthat I think altogether unjust. It little men of the patty have ed after soma littlo effort, for Journal and Till II UiTl'ORD RfiPUUWC VN I jr it to the Clnrity 0r0'anizition to take mnde its plntfoims; Neal audT.John-son- , is not nn easy matter to swallow a was charging them with whole-sal- e ' her out to the llo.ue of the Friend-lisBelling out to Hartford Democrats, I of Ohio, have subilituted epi- mouthful of powdered sugar". When Cornier-JournafSiturday's BESTINQUALIT JOST IN QUANTITY. thets for principles, nud Ohionusweis will not say whether it was an ho mastered it ho looked inquiringly at his friend. reflection on the negro voters back with an adverse nnjoilty pf 150 Son Otters Aro Worth Monoy. "Well, whero aro your hiccoughs of the county or whether it was n 000," i now?" remarked tho other with a Mr. 7. Scoggln, who has been careless worded expression aiming to "Hut is there no more progress in Subrc Iptint may Th regular Mi'criplion for tb two pnp?ts ;s f 3. smite, over on the const of Washington, describe the desperate efforts of the politics?" .ill m'trs to Aduic1'fgin rt nnv tinie "Thoy seem to have gono," lio nbovo Orny'p harbor, on n hunting "Progress consists in extending Democrats in trying to buy the negro WHITE'S CREAM "but thoy'lleomo back again, I trip, found a number of Indians en. votes of the county, and probably nil the dominion of bound principles nud suppose, after a littlo while." gaged In bhootiug sea otters. Tho not in changing them. The churches increased number of uegoes yielded to "If thoy do," said tho friend, "It season has been a fnvorablo one, nud the temptation; but to say there wns do not change the Commandments will bo I ho first ease I know of whero fiuo tikliis, worth from two hundred FOR SO YEARS Has lod all WORM Romedles. a whole-salpurchase of the urgto ever four years, but work out prog-res- s powdered sugar has failed to glvo to thrco hundred dollars each, wero Write your nam: and address on a postal card 'send ft t Geo W. 'Best, 'EVERY BOTTLE 6UAMNTEED. votes of, the county i3 n reflection on If one spoon- secured whiio Mr. Scoggln was by persistently prop.ignting the relief for hiccoughs. .Rooma, Tribune Hu'M1 i . N.- - York Citv. "mil simple copy of TIIE oia n v alt, nKvaaiiTi. the negroes of the county, surpassed spirit ol the old oius. The Allied-nuisi- u ful of sugar won't do It two certainrrtptt94 br here. Orci'onlan. torn. sicuiRDiov aiuuiai to.. NRW YORK WHRKLY l'UICUNB will vt ui.iud Ljou only by that of Ringo a few years ago of Jefferson being true then, is ly will. So far ns 1 know it's a posl-tiv- o " N. Y. Herald. remedy. aimja. wr Hartford Republican ilorili n bric-a-bra- when it was credited to him, ns "The negroes only would sell." This may seem n very slight thing to some, but to me a Very grave reflection to s.iy that negro votes can be bought in Ohio county by the whole-sale- ; and it is one Hint I think is greatly exag-crateIt is true there ate some in the county that claim to be Democrats and vote that way nil the time, nud there arc others that can be influenced with the dollars, judging from the past. But I nm sure that a large majority of the negro voters of the county nre Republicans and vote that ticket from principle nud have ever since they have been voters. There has never been a candidate elected in the county by the Republicans that had the negros cast their votes solidly the other way but what the result would have been different. The ptes-en- t officers elect not excepted. I hope the above remarks were not made to rob the negroes of their part of the I am glory of the recent victory. sure that a large majority of the negroes of Ohio county done as I did, marked their ballot once nnd that under the eagle and did so without the influence of any outside party, but from principle. There is no people, I think, tint have stood so many wrongs ns the negroes for their politics. The persecution of the negroes in the South is caused ns much by the negroes being arrayed against the political sentiment of the South ns anything else. The negroes of the South gives us nn example of the em ployed for principle's sake, arrayed against the employes. The weak d. JVT. 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