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X H vi : XxiijQxJjUJxJLf OFFICIAL OE5AK OF TBE PAETT IX w BM HAVE YOU FAID TOUR SUBSCBIFTI0V3 Will show how you stand with The Republican. Pay up and one year In Advanoo and we will sena you The Louisville) Rx - v &rv im We do job work 0F CT""---. EPtBLICM. k &aSS' THIS TAG ; ,'8i.f.. IE. Hi ,?.& MM - iaCE COVI l She being sensible to the lost asked her papa to hug 'and kiss her raising her little hands upward pointing her fingers as though she saw something very bcantiful. Yet in the stillness of the midnight hours the watchers came and at last she fell asleep on Jesus breast and breathed her life out sweetly there, may the swift win-ge- d messenger death find both parents as ready to be transplanted from earth to heaven as little Oma was. As I stood looking on tket beautiful little form deep in its ruin for the last time on earth. I knew it was only the casket yet it seemed so lovely. I could scarcely think that the soul ha'd (rone to live on and on With the God tSernit we know her ave piace can never De nuea aruunu ucr home any more, nor the sound of her voice be heard any more on entth. Yet there is a cord which will draw you on nearer to her aud your God. By the means of taking our loved ones from us our thoughts are drawn from enrth to heaven, and at last we become more reconciled for we know that God does all things well. Dear cousins, weep not for little Oma, for there is no one as kind to little children as Jesus, who said "Suffer little ones to come unto me and forbidithem not, for such is the Kingdom of ib-Tho- ugh .wS &Jf Weekly Commercial one year free. Subscribe at once. VOL. VII. HARTFOKD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1894. DUDE'S LATEST FREAK. gin of profit to our producer, and which has checked to a very great the importation of the foreign ar ticle and caused the shutting down of the foreign lactones. The reduction on tin plate tinder the Gorman Tariff was made, as l well known, at the Instance and for the benefit of the tin plate manufac- -' tuies in Wales and for the English ex-te- xt NO. ?0. PROFESSIONAL Latest U. S. Gov't Report CARD. 1 Ivory 6oaP) Mi . I I I :Hlfhetof all in Leavening Power. &- - . ! nrt Insists Upon Unbutting the, Bottom Button of His Waistcoat. Gum is the 'lu hiK Mays devions are fl. ! t 1 feWvlfcSS -- OWENSBORO, KY. Will practice his profession in Daviess and adjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. Office, Bank of Commerce Building. LAWYER, GLENN & WEDDING. HARTFORD, KY. T T7 E, SLiTZ-TILi- 'FltAAXS&l4"P-. His latest fad is to wear his waistcoat with the bottom button left unbuttoned, 'Why or wherefore he cannot tell you he only knows that he docs it and would consider himself caught in an awlul scrnpc il he should be seen with that button buttoned. ' lhat ln ' transatlantic transportation companies. The existing rate of duty is sot so low as these foreign friends of the Free-Trad- Jaa, :i;rS'nTr'-ri,.or,mMhlnoo harryfUffb R Ul .., .i j.. iwik vicil tiittiuv uiill i.iv wuut undone and the dule, wlw button has the eye ot a hawk to catch a wrinkle, caught on to the lower butBEST FOR 5HIRT5. ton and adopted it as a lad, a firak pnoortn a oamdu eo. onm. TM ol fashion. fellow Now on a slim fad doesn't look so bad, for the the waistcoat gets in all the more closely to his diaphrnm, and the ends un confined by the button lie flat, and give appearance of aslighty cut away waistcoat. SHOPPING On a fat man, however, the effect CHRISTMAS is ludicrous. All the weight aud expansion of the stomach are thrown SATURDAY DEC. 22. on the second button, with the result that the ends oft he waistcoat curl np like dogs' ears, and a great crease apBetween all Billion, wilhln adl.tancc of loo pears across the front Mile. Even our best tnitojs are now leud Ticket! Cooil Until Dec. Jjd. ing their skill to the freak of the dude, CMstnas art New Yurs ExcwsIms. but with no very decided success, especially in the tut man's case. December tt, J, u, 3. and December Ji and January I. New York Press. uinL. nuiuc shad-bellie- d EXCURSION. HALF RATES Heaven." Bblls Davis. When the hair begins to fall out or turn gray, the scalp needs .doctoring aud we know of no better specific than Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer. IIF.ltfcERT. TWO-THIR- D Between all Station! within a dl.tancc of joo Mile.. Ticket. Cood Until Jan. j. 189$. For Rate., Ticket, and further Inclination, call on any Agent of the C. C & S. W. R. R. . II. LYNCH, JOUN BCUOLS, GEN. MQK. RATES OtN. PAS. ACT. Cotton 'Belt Route Louis Southwestern Ry.) (tit. Arkax&as, Tcxm M iTO THE ONLY LINE -- mm Carrying With through Car Service from to iim. V No change ol Cars to H. OR IVTEllMEDITE POINTS. Tvo Daily through Coaches and Traveieing ihf llmaii Sleepern. fault Inrming, grazing and tinibo lands. And reaching the most tnwiiH and citic in the proi-perouH ais Great Soucliwest. Ycildiu; FAHMI.NU LAN DO. y all the ceieals, corn and abundant cotton, and wpccially adapted to the cultivation ot small fruits and early vegetables. Affording GRAZING LANDS. excellent pasturage during almost the entire year, and comparatively close to the great markets. TIMBER LANDS. Covered with almost inexhaustible forests ot yellow pine, cypress and the hard woods Br. Prleo's Baklna; Pwwder Wlaa at common to Arkansas and Eastern W.rU'iaad Mldwlatcr rnlrs. Texas. Another signal triumph has been Can be procured on rewonahle and achieved by Dr. Price's Cream Baadvantageous terms. king Powder. At the California Midwinter Fair of 1894 as at the All llBMCoanect with on Mvticfc World's Columbian Exposition of 1 ulavlalh it surpassed all competitors. An expert jury, after careful analysis and exhaustive comparison, awarded it Ask your nearest Ticket Agent for highest honors and a special gold maps, time tables, etc., and write to medal. The award was for hightest any ot the following for all informa- leavening power, perfect purity and tion you may desire concerning the general excellent. tIt was sustained by the unanimous vote of the judges, rip to the Great Southwest; coupled with the victory ot Chiago, W. A. McQUOWN, ' Dis't Pass. Agt., Louiaqllle, Ky. the achievement at San Francisco confirms Dr- - Pnce.s as "The ForeE. W. LaBEAUME, G. P. & Tkt. Agt., St. Louis, Mo. most Baking Powder In the World." It now stands supreme. A. EDSON, life-like One of the most attractive features which will be seen at the Lexington which Manufacturer Exposition opens December 7 and continues for three weeks, will be the marvelous electrical Scene Theatre, which drew immense crowds at the World's Fair, aud which was ascottrce ot wonder to many visitors. In represents a city in miniature in which tiny people move by means of electricity. Horses and wagons cross bridges and pass with their loads through the streets, which as night comes on are lijited with innumerable little street lights Lights gleam from the windows, and then as night comes on the people disappear. The lights in the windows go out and the moon slowly rises above the hills back of the city. As night wears on the roosters crow arid the morning stars appear and the first flash ot dawn, breaking rosy red over the hills and gradually lighting up the city, Then as the light rushes on the stars become dimmer and on the appearance of the sun, and stars and moon tade out of sight. During the day there thunder storm, is a real thunder and with heavy clouds, lightn ing, all in the most vivid and manner. The entire work is automatic and run by electricity It is one of the wonders ol modern electrical science and it is only one of the attractions at the Lexington Manufacturer Exposition. The round trip to Lexington during the Exposition will beat greatly reduced rates and the exhibits will be a surprise in uumber' and attractiveness. Don't fail to take advantage of the cheap rates. Thw Hrrnle Tlirntr. weather has commenc Warm again I'm afraid if it don't turn cold wc will have o Christmas. The infant child of Mr. John Barnes is very sick at this writing. Mr J. P. Gilmore and wife spent Friday night at Mrs. M. S. Miller's. Rev. R T. Braner preached a veiy interesting sermon at this place Sun-- , day. Miss Mattic Luck, of this place, who has consumption, is very low. Mr. D. A. Miller and daughter, Mabel, visited Mrs. IL C. Kelly, of Lcwisport, last week. Mrs. Mattie Owen, wife of Bob Owen, and daughter of Dr. Hale, of Whitesvllle, died at her home near Zion Nov. 23. She leaves a husband The reand three little children. mains were taken to .Whitcsville lor interment. Ootton Bolt Routs ua 3, J. Geo'l Supt, Texarkana, T. m m ebllawrjr. Died Sunday, Nov, 18, 1894, Oma May Allen the daughter of Jenny and David Allen; sheiwas an invalid the first three years of her life. She was eight years old. She being the only child was much idolized by her parents, her expression the last week of her life were about heaven, wishing to go there to live. Asking her mother if she did not want to go there too, DOJfT BX IMPOSED UPON, M you aMC tor voaae K.ro.'aQoWaoltadloaJDl. oorary. Go to a raUabl daalar. Ball aU you wha want Tha onas who h MS-TrMSUftS- 1 ywaiiSSly aonsSSntM Uaa ooDoamlM LUJSUSA taammtmtrn. Auomuionlttmm ssssBSSjsia QAiy N COPYRIGHTS. .Pat.au m XMavaji AOO.tWMIunfeMMWiTaftrnai 'wffsHW $& k.'J Ea nay aS3wat. HlHr B i aomathtnf alaa to urga epo you In m plana ara tfcUdiic ot tha axtrairoM tablevs VsMfVsHaft II NOKEYE ?m "T Ji DM . BtBftaMsBBsVsBBlHiiii VM ibbbbbbVH(I bbbbH ulnu OTHiaf 9timmiiW tUailMaJ ''1 mummnnfv 'v TAIMOUBlf MMI HftMySSa ItfMraMMsffei 'f" battar, bat tUy Men vow. W oaa ot tnaaa akaaa tsb- stttrtM is Jaat as oa" as Mm "DiaeoYary." Taas is ears ear iiaifM. skarll inak. Am Thaaa tuna ttmtm lUn laiUaar. aaa taaoBjyMooolianiir.aaiav atnaaik ra-- aOMta tha aoat'BatiarlMa, A m!tS oakf, aytarstfaWjw B,aaa tai mmwmtmBhut jfwawastaij. am laa Being very nervous, the murderin the Rue des Armes had so stunned gained the platform turned conmy faculties that when I saw the IOO Reward $100. temptuously to the crowd, and utThe readers of this paper will be tered the single word: "Canaille." man I was positively unable to move hand or foot. The stranger had pleased to learn that there is at least This afforded me a good opportunity nearly reached the door which led one dreaded disease that science has to regard him. He was a large, to M. Manton's room when the door AT LAWJ been able to cure in all its stages, and strong man, of about thirty-fivof the same suddenly opened and Dark eyes looked piercingly from my employer stepped out The murthat is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Vice had derer hurled himself upon him and is the only positive cure known to the under the bushy brows. Hartford, Ky. stamped Itself upon bis face, which pressed his hand upon his mouth to practice his profeseion in all medical fraternity. Catarrh being wore a positively sinister expresprevent outcry. I noticed that the WILL courts of Ohio and adjoining a constitutional disease, requires a sion. I Involuntarily shuddered as constitutional treatment Hall's Ca- - I beheld the man standing before villain had only three fingers on his counties and Court of Appeals. Specwhat I saw. ial attention given to collections. tarrh Cure is taken internally, acting me. The executioner addressed him left hand. Terrified atand entered Office over Carson ACo. I ran upstairs again directly upon the blood and mucuouA self deftly to his task, and in a few the girl's chamber. Marie was not Adieu. surfaces of the system, thereby d inmomenu au was over. 'there, but the child was fast asleep. B. "Woo was the man and why was I took it In my arms and ran upon straying the foundation of the disWanted. he executed I inquired of a police the roof. That Is all I know." Eveiybody to know that Groves ease, and giving the patient strength agent at my side. He looked at In the foubourg of Dieppe In a Tastless Chill Tonic is guaranteed to by building up the constitution and HARTFORD, KY. me with astonishment and said: rather obscure house, all alone with Will practice his Cure Chills and fever, Lagrippe Bad assisting nature in doing its work. "Indeed, sir, it was Jacques Rey profession in the a servant girl, resided a widow courts Colds & c, or your money will be The proprietors have so much faith in nauld." of Ohio and adjoining counties. She was the named Beaumaurioe. its curative powers, that they offer One refunded in every instance. Sold by Careful attention given to all business My curiosity was excited, and beHundred Dollars for any case that it fore I left Dieppe I had gathered all widow of an army officer and disWilliam & Bell, Hartford Ky. M of entrusted to him. Office in tinguished for great firmness an fails to cure. Send for list of testiBuilding. the details of tho life and crimes of character. The excitement throughmonials. Literary Nate. the dead man out the city had not been able to Address, F. J.Chknkv & Co., ToleThe relation which price bears to No longer than four months before disturb her composure, despite tha do, Ohio. 19 mo quality in literature is made obscure there lived In the Rue des Armes a fact that she was comparatively unby the Christmas Cosmopolitan. huckster named Morris, who was protected. On the 80th of April, at J, B. Lewis Co. Boston are now honestly but frugally supporting Stories by Rudyard Kipling, Wm. Beau- making extensive alterations in their himself, his wife and child from tha about ten o'clock, Mme. Dean Howells, Mrs Spencer Ttaik, maurice, who had all day suffered profits of his trade. They were from a painful headache, entered Mrs. Burton Harrison, and Albion factory at Avon, Mass., So that they quite respectable people, and tha j her boudoir. Bhe waa very tired. W. Tourgee, are interspersed with can take care of their largely increased business. Last season they were neighbors gladly visited the llttla j wti.0wn In large, easy chair poetry by Sir Edwin Arnold, Edmund shop. One Sunday business waa un obliged to decline some orders injusto rest herself. Opposite ber stood b Clarence Stedman, and James usually brisk, and Father Morris was er dressing case, whose curtains Riley, while through the num- tice to their customers. This speaks very tired when, at last, he closed extended down to the floor. Back by such veiy loudly the praises of this conber are scattered illustrations the door and entered the room where of.her, upon a small table, stood the famous artists as Remington, Toch, cern, and while other manufacturers the servant was just setting the ta- lamp. The lady had begun to disReinhart, Turner, Van Sochaick, were closed, they were running over- ble for supper. robe herself, when she noticed someHARTFORD, KENTUCKY. "I should relish some oysters to- thing that made her heart stop Gibson, Stevens. A series ot portraits time. The Boot and Shoe Reporting statistlce show this firm to be day," said Mme. Morris, as her husIs prepared to do any and all kinds) of beautiful women of society illus- Co.'s beating. On tan floor she descried Prices moat tha shadow of a man's hand. The of Dental Operations. trate an article on The Relations of the largest volume of business of any band entered. reasonable. Office over Williams Ac "I fear itls too late, my dear; it'a hand had but three fingers. art; travel article by manufacturer selling to the retail Photography to The situation waa aelfvldeat. Bell's Prog Store. Napoleon Ney, grandson of the fa- trade from Boston, which is the heait a quarter past nine o'clock." "Justine thought that tha shop at The murderer was oonoealed within mous Field Marshal; one of the series of the boot and shoe industry oi the yet be open." her dresser. The lady remained perPassions of History, to country. This means, in these days the corner might of Great "Send her, then; the truth Is I an fectly composed, debating what t of competition, that up to date styles which Froude and Gosse have already myself as hungry as a, wolf." do. After a short deliberation she contributed, and halt a dozen others couttcous treatment, and prices lower The servant took a basket to get approached tha door and called the equally interesting, go to make up than others care to offer, make sucthe oysters, and left the door partly servant. When the girl appeared the attractions of the number. The cess. open to save her master the trouble sheaaldi "Marie, do you know where Cosmopolitan people say: "We of unlocking It when' she returned. M. Bernard llvear" The shop at which she was to get "Very well, my lady." might charge you more for this numoysters was looked, and Justine went "I forgot that I shall have to pay ber, but, in all frankness, could we down the Rue Grande to procure five hundred francs morngive you better material, better illusthem elsewhere If possible. ing. You must go Immediately and trated, it we charge you a dollar a It was some time before she found get the money. To Insure your getcopy?" a shop open, and when she returned ting the bank notes from M. Bernard, OFFICE OVERBID FRONT tho clock struck ten. She had been I will wrltehlm a note." Railroad Dlaerltuin' lion. of an hour. la prepared to do all kinds of absent While the girl waited, tho lady The Association of Tin Plate ManuTo her surprise Justine found the wrote: Dental work at reasonable prices. facturers have published a statement BTaraVvL 'NKaiaTaTaTaTaTaVaBa She thought the bouse looked. av "CMS BsaxiJU): Tha mvrSatar of tha Boa regarding the foreign competition wind hod blown tho door shut, and daa Amaa and tha Boa Orallard la la or hotua. with their business, which we proBrtaf tha (aodamaa ao4 taka hbav sho tried the knsjb. However, the Hblbm BKAUMAtrmica. Habtcord, Kemtucky, duce in this IsAue. Probably its most door was locked from within. '"They aBBBaBMBry tJiMj She handed the servant the note cV9avaT0QaBBTaiaTaiaEBvl.A impoitant feature is the table, which must have retired," thought Justine, Builder shows that foreign tin plate Is carried Indignant that they had locked ber and sent her away. She then sat do wa Contraotor out. She knocked repeatedly no In the fauteull and waited. Yes, a from New York, Philadelphia or full hour the lad sat in her room, answer. Baltimore to our interior markets at Will draw drafts from a nice, neat dressing-casthe nogirl hereupon pulled the bell within whose The a rate considerbly cheaper than that torious murderer waa concealed. cosy cottage up to a fine two story tOUGHS, HOARSENESS. with all her might In vain. In ber house, will draw plans free of at which railroads will carry Ameri Bnwaaitis, La Orippe, Whoepinf asjxtety she related her trouble to She sat there calmly determined. charge. Will make careful estimates can tin plate Irom the American manThe shadow of tha hand appearing 0ganCrOp,AsaUM, The police war several passers-by- , om ail kinds ol buildings, sad remod nowaad then ufacturing centers to the dlftereut eat for, and an effort was made to of tha presencewas tha only evidence al old houses. , Motto "Lira and of tha murderer. the MM aaa ears et aft Asa let consuming markets. foree the door open. The hall waa let live.' When finally, the gendarmes arrThe bitter fight and th: rtivqubua Tkrttt Lam DttiMf. dark; ,oae. of the gendarmea ived-, Jaeques Reynauld .was, after opposition against itha American tin aturabled over; an obfecthe' stooped ' raslstaaoe, Aysr's Cherry Peetsrsi aown, ana ' bis nana touonca some-- a desperate fgvllt was taken plate Indastry1 that' have been made ' A HoWwa1' MMkftbraaf. His established ililno 4'at , mm by the foreign aunalacUrta of llni PrttnfX T i "1 T natataA TC avcuv waa vHTiIT aUIUula AIUuU aal a aaa a uurriuie plate atid their active coadjatora ia begtoalBg of, this sketch, he I the Messrs. Minor and Kntest Hayncs and Miss Telia and Mrs.Ellen Hayncs have gone on a visit to Hartford. Mr. R. Miller went on a business trip to Fordsville Tuesday. Misses Hallic Miller and Ellen Haynes were the guests of Miss Lulu Floyd Saturday. Mr. Leonard Taylor, near this place, who went to Hartford to have his ankle worked on, is convalescent. Walnut Grove Sunday School is progresing nicely, with Mr. Hardin Flold acting as superintendent ' e Administration present had anticipated, and does not give 6 them such absolute control of the A HAND. American tin plate maiket as they VVrt r naa nopea lor. t BwlaeM called w to Dieptw la . am m. it wouia appear, tneretore.tnat we m.i li. .. American traasconliitaWjailroiy JfUWwr, rnte Ja'rffM companies have been called hpon to York had absconded with the funds contribute their mite in support of of tho Institution, and I hod fol- this element for foreiga trade by giv- - 'lowed his tracks to Paris. Forsev ing to foreign tin plate a Lclght rate eral weeks I was unable to find that discriminates against American trace of him, and after many fruitmade tin plate in reaching the con- less endeavors tho suspicion, that ha had gone to Dieppo took possession suming market. Adding this concesof mo with a feeling akin to pleassion by the railroads to the concesure, for I was glad of an oppor- sion made by the Gorman Tariff tunlty to visit this celebrated bathbill, the Wales manufactures secure ing resort. double advantages over the American Lato at tho close of the 14th of tin plate makers, an advantage that August I reached my destination, may secure for them absolute control and immediately repaired to my hotel. The first note of the cock' of our tin plate trade. is not stated in the report of the awoko me. The town clock struck' It four. I resolved to take a look atj Association ofTin Plate Manufictuers the city at daybreak. I was as ton-- j what railroads quote this particularly lshed, on reaching tho street, to see; low rate of freight of the foreign tin It full of people, rushing in a cease-i plate, while charging a higher freight less tide In one direction. Wonder- -' rate on the American article. This Ing what the attraction could be, I, is a point that we should like to followed the crowd, know. That it is due, however, does surging down tho Ruo Grande. Atj I not surprise us so veiy much when the foot of the street was a large we recollect that large blocks ot stock open square, where the crowd, in ceitain American railroad compa- - ' formed a perfect jam. From a platform at tho opposite side I dlstln-- j nies are held and controlled by En-- 1 gulshed dark outlines that frozq the glish capitalists, which, therefore, blood in my veins. would nalurallyseek toseive English It was tho guillotine. manufacturing interests. This is a I Yes, it was the dreadful specter Subject oi much deeper significant e which I hod once seen at tho Place than appears at first sr-h- t and ot e du Dome, in Paris. An executioner was engaged In oiling the grooves to that will bear further investigation. facilitate tho performance of the American Economist. machine's terrible work. Tho rising sun caused the cruel knife, which If you suffer from Heartburn, Sick Headache, Sour Stomach, Indigestion had been slightly lowered from Its position, to gleam coldly in its beams. Dyspepsia or Constipation, call at It was not long until a bell tolled a Williams & Bell Drug Store free samdoleful death clangor, and the ple bottle of Pomroys Liver-Cur- e tumbril with the condemned slowly it never fails to cure. approached. ' The criminal took his situation lightly, apparently in good spirits. Williams & Bell Hartford, Ky. sell He chatted with the gendarmes, Vermifuge" the great rem"Pomroys and indifferently reedy for children and guaranteed every puffing a cigar, garded the multitude. The rabble bottle, remembsr it, al ways saves the jaegan to yell and whistle at bis apchildren" and cost only ascts per pearance. He slowly ascended the boitlc. steps to the scaffold, and having aBiaMaMaiaBaaaaaaaataaaat - A&SOUSTELY PWM ., fiC J.B.B. WaddlB LAWYERS, .!.. .- .' ever-increasi- J (Offlc, OT.r Anderaon'a Baaaar.) across her throat. The assassin had Will fjiaviivaj lueir jiruieaaiuo t -I r t in ail !.! if 111 I not even spared the infant In the the courts of Ohio and adjoining conn cradle; the poor little creature had, ties, and court of Appeals. met the same fate as his parents.) attention given collections. Special Also The house was sacked of all Its val-- , Notary Public for Ohio county. ' bles. . ... Eight days after the crime' lnhe Rue des Armes several men were J"aro.e ufew. passing along the Sue GrellardJ They had spefct rather too much time over their cups and were anxious to get home. Suddenly a man, MABTFOKD, KT. clad In nothing but his shirt Wili practice his profession in Ohio peared on thereof of one of the houses, carrying a child in his arms, and: I and adioinimr counties, nnd ennrt nf crying: "Murder! Murder!" Pass-ers-b- y Appeals. Special attention given to could learn nothing, howev- -, :I collections. Office east ide of public etjxeept that the murder had beent square. commuted In the house. A rush, Shelby Tati,o. was made for the door, but it was; I M L. Hbavrin. found to be locked from within. A, ' HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, few crashing blows sufficed to break, It, and a man ran upstairs. In the fore hall, at the head of the strirs, a man was found with his throat HARTFORD, KY. out. He was dead. In theobamber Will practice thier profession in all a woman waa found dangling out of' the Courts oi Ohio and adjoining bed with a similar wound, and in tho counties, and in the Court ot Apkitchen lay the servant girl, dispeals. Special attention given to posed of In a like manner. It was collections. Office, next door to undoubtedly the work of the same Bank of Hartford. person that bad committed the crime in the Rue des Armes. In fact, it was done with the same InPerry Westerfield, fmm p Sraltla, fm$0fr-- x law Attorneys at Law strument. The young man who had boon seen on the roof the next morning gave the following testimony: "My name Is Pierre Dulao; I am twenty-tw- o years old, and a watchmaker by profession; for two years I have been employed In the house of the murdered Man ton, whoso family consisted of his wife, a child and a servant girl. On tho night of the 22d of April we retired early. I slept In a garret chamber; next to mo slept the servant girl, who usually had the child with her. It waa about two o'clock in the morning when I awoke, ioellng very thirsty. My water pitcher was empty, and I concluded to get a fresh supply. However, before I had time to descend the first flight of stairs I saw a man sneaking up the lower flight Attorney at Law. Bkavkb Dam, Ky. .D.ouFnr. B.D.BIN0 ttorneys t Jaw, Will practice in all courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, Superior Court and Court of Appeals. Collections and all legal business attend ed to. Office 329 E. Market St SKauctfbxd, Kantviclcy--. B. R. WEDDING ft: Attorney at Law, Habtfobd, Ky. Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. 'Also Notary Public' Office, room 20, Hartford House. W. H. BARlffES e. Ann Jo. f ROGERS, Attorney at Law, Refcb-LiOA- , v 1 J. R. PIRTLE SJI M m ij Whit-com- DENTIST U & WfiiTH DENTIST. s three-quarte- , Al BlaHBTV FOR COLDS, tn. and e l$ prls-bfee- r. 1 -- .wJtlikKM WW &a,br'tkUW E aaaaaaaaa btbbibbtbi EamUiUJ5i?. :?m&ww&frMX':hi $$$& '.K? Liif .. Ft? mfmmmm o $? 4 " f To tho Old Fogy, 'lifc. k v.- - SHERIFF'S SALE FOR TAXES. By virtue of Taxes non-residetax-paye- WJT Has Long Boon Pointed MoBitck FurniturcVand' Carpet Dealers keep day wc should conquer, and Ih'o And Iii- it u de me from for 1894,1 will - On Monday, Jan. 7, 1895, stallruent Joints in .this city who aro vainly stTUggling.to. us, pace with of our tri- - It was foreordained'lhat t v utuph is at hand. Original ideas, progressive roothods, metropolitan THE hand of FATE prehenniveness characterize our business. dared to attempt, Wo do wbt, no body clso has over " coins " uurcn, nancy 2 o'clock p. m., offer for sale for cash in hand the following land for the amount due: No. acres. Value. Tax. Arnold, Win, C. . . 27511,000 $11.80 Arnold, W. W. . . 50 250 4.48 At about nn ifiraiTi! Having Determined to Disc ntinuo Wcmakocash advances to 'any "amount; sell for cash u. . 194 or on any kind of credit; exchange .new goods for old and TA Y FJU2IGIIT for 200 miles from Louisville. - ( S. T. MOORE CO. JL&,TL-vLla,o-tnJLj?Gi?ts? JEFFERSON ST. BET. 4TH & 5TH,.' 'LOUISVILLE, KY S Agents, ' c ReV. W. L. Ca8key, of Caskey Station, Christaa, county, died 611 Dec. 5. He was ono of tho leading PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MOBNIKO ministers of the Cumberland Prcshy-tcria- n Proprietor. HAH A. AWDERSQltf Church and a very able man. Editor. JO. B. ROC1EIW Ho was eighty-eigyears old and. is Friday, December u, i894. well known in this county, having filled, at some time or other in his Subscribers Take Notice. long life, almost every Cumberland Do you owe us any subscription? pulpit in tho county. Ho preached in If so, please send or bring it to us. Harflord many years. We have to pay cash, We need it. When a community votes open saIn fact, it takes lots for everything. loons iuto cxistanco it puts the seal of' Wo its of money to run a newspaper. npproval upon the whisky traffic are now, and have been, sending and all of its attendant evils. It will some statements to our subscribers. not satisfy, common sense nor conDon't wait to receive a statement.but science to say that men will drink, saloons or no saloons. If you put examine the label on your paper and saloons out of tho way of such, you see vnat you owe aua sena ido condemn the practice of drinking,' Per but if you put saloons in their way amount to us without delay. haps your account is small, but wo you encourage drinking by openly have so many of these small accounts inviting it. &&&&. Wo .Adkins Hindered ail old man named place on the Republican ticket. havonot interviewed 'J.udgo' Taylor .Coombajon,d were held over under as to his purposes or desires in3con- - $2.opo wiilcli they executed. ncction with tho matter but Jeeljtbatl T.liey pch, came Into trial on Monday in tne event nis party epould honor and had many friends in him with the nomination that he could the Court House also armed. Fields not refuse." Judge Taylor is do able 'lawyer, a told the Jpdjje when he took the polished gentleman 'ahd by ail oddi stand that they were not going to Vhey would kill the Sheriff first. the most eloquent Republican orator jail liThc trial proceeded and the Judge told in the Green River Country. Ho is' the men they must go to jail and a giant at any task to which ho gives the Sheriff to takcthetn. Fields his attention and would add-nlittle drew ljis pistol and fired at Judge strength to' the Republican ticket ' HaMr ' 'The Judge ran and several 1895. valCourt officers caught Fields and prevented his shooting again. The two Th Jnvlem Conntx Jail. Browning, Ky., Dec. S. ' desperadoes then left the Court House I noticed an item in the Republic- and when on the' outside fired several an sometime ago describing the woe shots' into the house, fatally wound-ing.a- n inKversole. They laid in a supbegoae looks of a, prisoner just brought to your place for trial ply pj whisky and' went off" to the from the Owensborojail. The Owens- - hills. boro Messenger of the 6th insf., in II en lh ol llioinnt'l'lillllp. commenting on your little arrain-mentThomas Phillips, a highly esteemthe Daviess county Jailer, says perhaps there is some politics in ed citizen, died at his home near that they soon make big ones. See said that tho f ramers of the It is Perhaps I can gh'e the T Repub-- J ShfeVe on the morning of December it. to it that you do not get a dun. A ntiSociaIist Bill now pending be7th", 1S94, in the 79UI year of his aire. LiCANa alittle light on thesubject. I Remember, when you pay up for fore the Germau Reichstag adopted think there is n6 politics in it and He was born in Bedford county, Vir- - I store-hous- e The Republican and one year in ad- at least one paragraph of it from the but little grub, which- - consists prin- - ginia March 1st, 1816, and was the vance you will receive tho New Illinoise statute under which the An- ciply in spoiled beef.- - Last spring a oldest clnld of Stephen aud Nancy . In the year 1822 Stephen archists were hanged in 1887. A man from this part of the, county was Phillips. York Weekly Tribune or the Louisroyal will bo fought over the sentenced, to 50 days confinement, iu Phillips came to Ohio county and setbattle ville Weekly Commercial ono year adoption of the paragraph, which is a the county jail fora trivial affair in a tled an a lanu ncarShreve, where he Free. By all means, if you owo ijs strong blow against Socialism, hy little drinking spree. The man is lived until his death, which was No1893. Rowc, J. E. 1 town lot 1,530 18.28 considered a truthful,' honest man. vember 12th, 1851. and scoflers at religion, maron subscription; pay up. Febiuary 7,th, 1 84 1 ,. Thomas Phil- Deanefield Coal Co. . 30,000 m riage and the liko institutions of so After being confined irt said jail he 222.42 lips married Miss Mary J. Nickles, ot Barnard, I. P. et. al. 6 town lots Good Reading Free. managed to smuggle a lettei, through cicty. to his brother giving hi,m the bill of Shelby county, who, at that time, was Besides giving our patrons one of 4.96 300 "Knights of Protection" is.hel (are, which consisted in rotten beef, on a "visit to .her brother, James NickJ. P. St v n s. the best papers in the State, we have name of the latest secret political or warm water, (called coffee) and .staje les, who lived near tho home of Sheriff" Ohio County, Ky. made arrangements by which we will Mr. Phillips,. The home of this ganization.' As it&liame indicates.its bread, s Awarded send either one of the following pa- main tenet is the spread' and mainteThe prisoner had' plenty. to eat at tfouple wns the east fcide of the Stephen Phillips' farm wheie they lived Highest Honors World'4 Fair. pers together with The Republican nance of tho principle of Protection home and his brother maJe two trips 'nearly all their married for the price named. Remember when to home industries and labor. It a week to thg jjiil carrying provisions they are now buried. lifeand where cooked for the prisoner during the you pay up for Tun Republican and favors the restriction of foreign irami Tlieyhad ten children eight of one year in advance you are entitled gratlon of pauper labor and pauper balance cams tenn.ol . incarceration, thejii.vnotv. i living the oldest and same to one of these papers .at the price made goods, unless the latter pay a,u anatncjaiier receivea piy lor .yqungesttof them are dead. Thomas old'geh-tleraan I wrote-thadequate duty . The order is farther off the county. . named: ffi up at the time 'in the Owens-bor- o Pljijlips has been a business .man all its object than is usual ofjiis iifc When a young man he New York Weekly Tribune . . $1.25 reaching 'in Protectionist. ' . Besides administrator and later he was ' I)uisville Weekly Commercial . 1.25 with "such organizations. "flic fact of the business" i 'the was-apropagating the doctrine laid jlown it. Daviess county jailor is an old Mass"-bac- k a CQHs'table, deputy sheriff, arbitrator, Home and Farm 1.25 public building coiiitnitteeman, school . . ,. Weekly Courier-Journ1.75 provides financial and charitable aid Democrat and the rest ot off1.50 to tho poor and needy,: the sick and icials are of the same shabby material teach?r a.nd a transactor of public and Cosmopolitan Magazine . . . 2.25 unfortunate of its membership. It is and all this with a grand, jury off" the private business until his hst sickt Commercial Appeal 1.30 also proposed to organize in conueo same bolt, we cannot expect anything ness! He was a member ot the Bapdepot. BEST FAKE. tion with tho main body what is better. Address all orders to Of course the decent people tist Church at Pond Run now PleasMOST PERFECT MADE. known as tho Uniform Rank and to of the county are ashamed of the way ant Grove for forty seven years, and The Republican, A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free Hartford, Ky. in military tactics. things are carried out in some of our died a deacon of this church. give instructions rom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. For forty years he has been a mem State and National Juirsdictions are county officers, but just so .long as NO LIQUORS SOLD. NO INEBRIATES KEPT. THE PATRON40 YEARS THE STANDARD. .Not a single man has been killed ber o'f the Masonic Fraternity at to bo established, the society already Democracy rules we will have corMl AGE OF ALL GOOD PEOPLE SOLICITED. in Hartford since the open saloon Fordsville and was ono of the old ard Call on Watkins for a good, easy Bill Hardtimes-- . tho ruption. new charter members. Several men were having been incorporated under was voted out. ST-A-KCIj- i, shave or a nice hair cut. The laws of tho State of Maryland. Sfnrks Thomas Phillips for the aqe he killed here while the town had open Courier-Journagrowth of such an order combining Tuesday contained l lived in and his surroundings was a saloons. Hence, etc. political and benevolent principles the following: "Mr, J. W. Marks, remarkable man. lie was not only Q UA11TERL Y REPORT ,OF TilK this week, and objects will be watched with no was Vlected tobacco, inspector for the competent to transact all business he The city Louisville Leaf Tobacco Exc hange; undertook but he was successful in elected a Repuplican Mayor by 1,G90 little interest. he hill thercfoie continue in trie his undertakings and honest and majority. Last year the Democratic just A LHTIE Massachusetts town has office which he has held during the to all. Mayor carried it by 5,000 and tho lie was a devoted Christian adopted a most worthy custom in past year. The election was held at and a zealous chinch member and his year before by 10,000 majority. of its old people. Twenty-f- 2 o'clock in the afternoon, in the personality bore a striking resembJapan and the United States have ive years ago last September some office of the exchange, and was made lance fo what we have read of the At thoCloso of Business on perd citizens contrived to by a committee of twenty-eigh- t mado a new treaty which takes effect William' Penn Quakers or the society 18th day of Juno July 17, 1899. It was a long step in have an old folks' massmeetiug aud sons, fourteen of whom represented of friends. Twenty ye cis ngo, he 1894. the line of civilization for the Japan- dinner at a private bouse. ' The day the tobacco buyers and th: remiin-irt- g spoke to the district undertaker to fourteen the warehouses of the niakejfiis coffin, and to satisly him the RESOURCES. ese and gives to the inhabitants of camo and with it the old people in 1,03ns and Discounts . . . $72,075,87 each country freedom of residence such numbers as to render the house city. There was only one candidate undertaker made it four time and Overdrafts, secured . . . nominated in opposition to Mr. sold three of these coffins to 264.11 other Tho next year one of and full protectiou of law, in tho inadequate. Overdrafts, unsecured . . 594.30 Marks. He was Mr. -- John M Bed parties and the fourth one Mr. Philother. Due from National Banks 11,115.58 the churches ot tho town "was .sen ford, of Bourbon county. The elec- lips secured for himself by sendirg Due from State hanks and cured and prepared for tho occasion. utiani-ruqu- s. Bankers his sqti.to pay for It July ist,i893, Thino8 must be desperate in Perry 'And 60'from this beginuing c'omes the' tion of Mr. Marks was almost Banking house aud lot . . 3,000.00 The chjty of the tobacco but i , remained at the undertakers county whrn a Circuit Judge, in dis- custom. On some beautiful day in Specie 2,633.7a is to stand between the buyer until the day he died. charge of his duty, is driven from the each recurring month of September Currency 2,044.00 and seller, and sec that transactions At o'clock p. 111. December 8th, Furniture and Fixtures . . 1,500.00 bench at tho muzzle of a pistol in the the meeting is had. Nono but the oluV between thcttt arc lair to both The Current expenses 867.12 In order to are invited and "no matter,'" saya salary amounted to between $5,030 as hejhad. requested before his death, bands of an outlaw. his lu.icrn sermon was preached at something like appreciate tho condihoyouth's Comjxmion in givinjf.the and $6,000 a year. 94.i39-2his homp by his church pastor, the can-no- t tion of affairs there try to imagine account "how much any o't tbfr old if LIABILITIES. Before taking Rev,.W,,R Oldham. A visit to the Lexington Exposisuch a state of caso in the Hartford people may bo neglected during the Capital stock paid in,incash$a5,ooo.oo Jiis teyct ihe,j)astor delivered an Court House as" happenpd in tho ysar, nor'howpoor they may be. for tion wilinot only be interesting, but Surplus fund 8,250.00 .the. many yj.rtues of the " .it will .bea 'pleuitru to.rejUembcr. Undivided profits . . . . 4,204.02 , 'Hazard Court If ouse Monday. v 11113 uuy, ui itil-uluuy uio mnuo lu The houses of brother, The pastor took Due Depositors 56,571.67 the city will be dressed feel that somebody still cares for for hWltextthe 381I1 verse, 3rd chap-to- r, DucSt'tebanks&St'teb'k'rs 59.00 in holiday attire and the trip will Mu. Abthut Wallace, of the Due National Banks . . . them." Tho day is spent in enter; stirycraup. ''Redueefl atitl Samuel, which reads thus, 54.60 rates op all compeWattersoo Club, of Louisville, may tainiug tho old folks by recitations railroads'. 'Date opening December And the King said unto the seruauts, $94.i39-2be a Kentuckian in nnr-ibut ho is "Knopr j'e not that there is a prince and readings from the books of old ',7-'- ; . .. . Statu op Kentucky, ) 8S not ono in spirit- - He opposed a res- times, and'a-- ' good man fallen this day in , by pupils from the publio County oi Ohio. J olution beforo tho Club Monday school, and in singing the Isael.V. songs these John H. Barnes, Cashier of Beaver Rev. C- F. Williams filled his re night the indorsing action weary travelers knew long ago. An There was present on this occasions Dam Deposit Bank, a bank located I ular (ippoinjm'eht' here last Sunday. his of the G. A. R. Committee in securaiydjdoing business in the town of church, the Masonic Fraternity is given for conversation opportunity Mr. unaries ijoasuaw,, 01 uwensuoro, Beaver Dam, in said county.being duing tho Encampment for Louisviilo mid then tho sad farewells. Why has bjeen visiting friends here during and the community in general and ly sworn, says tliat the foregoing tt in 1895. Mr. Wallace is very small alfer services at his home and view is'in all respects a true statement could not Hartford have an Old tl'e past week. ing the'femains tor the last time.dur- - j potatoes, at least,in some respects. of the condition of the said bank at Folk's Day? Some of our young folks have been mg r the close ot business on the 18th day which several lavorue hymns of attending the' protracted mctiting at the deCMsed'u'ere sung, his Masonic of June, 1894, to the best of his The raauageis aud proprietors of The Green River 7fepn&ftcan,Judgo knowledge and belief; and further sava the National G. A.R.Eucampmeot at Taylor's home paper, has this o say Woodward's Valley and report a bicthrdn conveyed them to his fami that the business of said bank has great revival. ly graveyard, a few steps from his Louisville next September are awak regarding his candidacy for tho nomibeen transacted at the location nam-- " ., Mr. Sam Williams.Hf near Center-towhome.'wherc, after thejudrite of t'le eoiog and have issued n stirring, ap- nation for Attorney Geueral: ed, nnrt not eisewhere; and that the A well written, neatly displayed was in our community Sunday order was complied vwith;J they were HtrajrMl. above report is made fn compliance peal to tho citizens and business men "We notice through tho papers One sow and foar barrow slioats, with an official notice received from Messrs. R. P. and W. C. Bennett laid by the side of his companion, advertisement in The Hartford of Louisviilo for their uudivded supand otherwise that Judge W. o. Tayfinger-poin- t on the marked swallowfbrk in left ear. the Secretary' of State, designating lor, our present efficient aud faithful made a business trip to Ovvensboro who preceded him November 4th, Rupuducan is a Tho Committee of Ono Hun port. Any information leading to their re- the 18th day of June, 1894, as the thoroughfare or business, ever point' County Judgo, is mentioned as a Tuesday returning Wednesday. 1893. day on which such report shall be dred has been organized, which will covery will be liberally rewarded by made. There will be a free entertainment suitable man for tho Republican nom umips last request wns a ing the wayfarer to your place of bus attend to the more complete organi- ination for Attornoy General on the given at Service Hill schoolhouse inc3s. Try one and be convinced J. C. HBRRKLL, Hartford, Ky., or Subscribed and sworn to before me n characteristic of his generzation of the forces, and the choosing Republican ticket. We are glad to. Saturday uight, Dec. 29th, by fhe s' by John H. Barnes, the 20th day of i9-Our circulation is very large, and our Hartford Rbpubucan. June, 1894. Rowan Holbrook, of proper officers. Louisville has be- second aud emphasize the suggestion. Service Hill Literaiy Society. . Ev- - ous d position which was that all rates are as low as the lowest. who aided at his funeral and InterClerk Ohio County Court Subscribe for The Republican and fore her tho greatest opportunity in A better man can not be found in the erybocly invit'ed to attend. " Mars. By Shklby Taywr, D. C' ment should partake of a repast as in tho nomination. His qual" w get the best county paper published . Or. Prlce'a Craan Baking Powder her history to advertise her splendid Slate for could uot bo 'queslipuod. , ifications former days' when he was living and J. H. Banrbs, Cashier Lrtwleaakeu In' l(iMuck World't Pair HlgbMt Medal aad Dtpfeau. adPay one year in in the State. facilities aud to enshrine herself in He is magnetic, earnest R. P. Hocksr, Director. On Monday Circuit Judge Hall was entertained---visitor- s to his Church vance and'wewill send you one year jNor H. BARNR8, the hearts of the whole country by ex- and possessed of unbounded energy. holding court at Hazard, Perry county, meeting." " Wc are better prepared than ever free either the New York Weekly ' ' Fotwhsc I.P, Barnrd, hibiting to the G. A. R. a generous sam- His candidacy would add wonderfulto do your Job Work, aad guarantee Tribnne or the louisville Weekly and the first case called was that of .1 ple of genuine Kentucky hospitality. ly to the strength oft the ticket ip this the Commonwealth agatas Jesse Salfyhfcum with its intense itching, you satisfaction in quality and prices. Commercial. Job Work, aome ot tho State, and besides nil this, part ( Jo this great work all Kentucky and it seems to us that Butkir county, the Fields aud Joe Adkins, friendi of the dry, hoatfiaVured by Hood's Sar Why go elsewhere when we can do m hi ; the very lowest an interest banner Republican couitr in West French gang in the French-Eversol- e Kentuckians should Jv Baparitln? 'because It purifies the just as good .work and at lower pricta? i, Watkiaa. the barber., la prepared to prices. cajj.t-i- u ,? it KXl'UBUliAN UI- -' y ' ern Kentucky, is surelw entitled to Three months ago Fields and blood. ! feud. nd lend a helping ha Give us an order and be cosvinead, trlvevon. the very belt work. ,.A -. . T . . 1M irii.;! '. .,1, u ': xv .vwl7is II' If t . .cr' t . ' tiA a v jra .a, mj,i r ' MAV j rif Hartford Republican heav-ily'arjn- ht I o in--- -- uana, 1 ii . 200 3.90 Davis, W. J 100 50 3.00 Ford, Jas. W. 40 240 4.40 Farleigh, Jas. S. . . 130 2,700 28.50 Gray, Juo. P. 3 town lots 200 Griffith, Clint 146 300 4.94 Hackett, H. C. ct.al. 50 125 3.15 Habeck, Lewis 15 200 3.96 Howard, Geo. & Co. 100 400 6.15 Hodges, Jas. A. 13 75" a.75 Hudsqn, John . . 60 150 3.30 Hackett, Frank F . 40 50 2.45 Jones, John . . . . 89 445 6.00 King, Joseph . 30 300 Lee, James E. . . ISO 900 12.30 Long. Newton . 37 250 4.5o McCarty, Juston . 70 4.96 300 Mitchell, T. W. . 200 1. 000 11.80 asterson.Pat. 2 town lots 200 Quast & Co 80 6.95 500 Sanders, Win . 1 town lot 150 3.49 Smith, Thomas . . 92 500 6.93 Stinnett, James 6.40 77 450 Simmons, Chas. S. 150 1,000 11.85 Smith, W. W. . . . 182 700 8.89 Sutherland, A. C . 100 250 Taylor, Mrs. Ella M.ioo 400 5.92 Taylor, Dr. Silas . . 32 100 3.00 Taylor, Alfred . . . 200 300 4.98 Tooney, J. R too 200 Vanmeter, W. S . . 188 1,000 11.81 Voyles, Andrew P. . 53 150 349 Ward, Daniel 90 2.90 30 Wilson, John S. . . 101 500 6.94 vvaru, losepu . 8 40 a.43 Wells, Win. B . 38 200 "3.95 Dunkhort, Heniy 1,200 13.76 Hughes, W. E. 3 town lots 10 2.10 Shook, Wyley 200 50 ucancneiu ioal Uo . . 25,100 232.20 Credited by $63.00 . Brown, Rich. T. town lot 50 .55 Brown, Sam Q . .740 1,500 16.73 Bell, David heirs . 170 1,000 11.85 Bray, Henry 16 115 3.12 Bridges, Geoige . . 50 400 Brown, J 106 700 9.97 Brown, Geo. K. heir 32 100 3.00 Bell, Tom R. . . . 340 1,000 11.80 Bennett.Geo. & sister 20 60 2.60 Ellis, Luther C, 30 75 2.70 Dhlton, W. H. 6.95 190 500 970 "55 .... , BUSINESS And to close out our entire stock consisting of 5-- ... ... ... ... CLOTHING For Men, Boys and Youths, Gents Furnishing Goods, Ladies Dress Goods, Notions, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Hardware, Cutlery, Stoves, and many other things too numerous to MENTION' ... o ... ... ... ... 5 An-nrc- We have greatly reduced the prices and are daily offering uable bargains. We mean just what we say, and especially vite the public to some early and secure bargains. These goods are just in season and just what you need for the winter. Wo also offer our and lot situated in the most business part of Fordsville for sale. Any one dc&iring to go into business cannot find a better location. For further information, cariW HOCKER on or address 1 u I $m IHfEAIH DH & TABOR, i Fordsville, Ky. Globe-Democr- (semi-weekly- .) BAKING POWOfB t. ft ranees Hotelopposite;texas Owensboro, Kentucky. SL S. - - Prop'r. YOUR MONEY WILL NOW BUY A JBETTEK Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BUNK kind-hearte- SUIT OR CLOAK e, " i,l ' Than ever before, PROVIDED you go where you can get the SUIT or CLO..K you want. We have them, and if you will call your visit shall pay you. Our young Men's FINE SUITS be duplicated in this country and they are going. In LADIES WRAPS we defy tition in styles and prices, in all colors and styles and at prices from $2 to $15. GALL AT ONCE! 45-5- .... 9 re-po- HOCKER & CO I -- g n, 2t ti f' -- ll,U' I i '- MWJl III IT I. .i.H4i&i$-''- laiSLfeVL !sfe jt rtk,i,wiL-i'rvi- 'MARMt&$&C:i&ikiZ &hte vwm?m: i.mu . .ranf-?- '.. . y ' a?fly &. i. Jf-f.ra- fiissri's .iuWr P ..''i' - m'iyi?mu iV'V VH? 17 uiKj jjrjb?: VtfSKSf nv"-v x i ' .1 KVS!- - JWtWaf I tVl r " ; v "f rs THE i" i Mr. C. L. Field is on the tick Hat. Mr. Sid J. Myers, town. Iulsvllle, is in ..Jfe STAR OF Mr. Jack Nelson, Owcnsboro, is in town. Mr. Sam Bed foci, Owensboro, U in town. Shines brightly in the business If yon want to get well, buy your drags of Williams Bell. Little Marie Francis Hardwlck is visiting her grandparents at Owens-b- o ro. HOPE - firmament For the best barbering, go to the new barber shop in Commercial Hotel. Good barbers at the "City Shaving Parlor." to THERE IS EVERY REASON TO BELIEVE THAT WE Everything in the line tonsori-a- l first-clas- s. SHALL NOW SEE A RETURN TO Remember for the best feed and politest attention leave your horse at C. L. Field's stable. We are still leaden in pure and fresh drugs at low prices. Williams & Bkll. Take your butter, eggs, furs, &c., to Hall Bros, and you will secure the highest prices. it GOOD TIMES. Iet's all try the Just received, a car load of new style Wall Paper. Call and see our line. Wiluams&Bkll. C h. Field's bus meets all daily trains. Leave your orders with him for a good comiortable ride to Beaver Dam. Marriage license: Lonnie Stevens experiment of MAKING &a 1 - CHRISTMAS MERRY. to Miss Katie Sanderfur, O. B. Likens to Miss Ruth Coombes, Worth Tichenor toMUsMay Miller. Cards will be out in a few days for an elegant entertainment at the Hart-for- e House for the 28th of December. It will surpass anything ever in Hartford. County Clerk D. M. Hocker moved his family to Hartford yesterday. He will occupy the boose made va cant by Mr. Wm. Lyona moving to Haynesville, Marvin Bean has purchased H. C Pace's new bartering, outfit and haa opened out what is known as "The City Tonsorial Parlor." He has secured the services ot E. L. Bulling-toof Bird's Eye, Ind., and Frank Gentry, both of whom are experienced n, 3 FAIR BROS. HOLIDAY CO., Are right in the swim this season with J ' Rev. Teel filled hi appointment kere Sunday. s The Law and Order Clnb met ia Scboo Hall last Thursday aigkt for the purpose of arousing public sentiment to close the Blind Tiger Shops that have for some time been among as. By this Club a mass meeting wan called to assemble la School Hall Sunday night. The talks made by Rev: I. H. Teel, Prof. E. R. Ray, Hon. R. P. Hocker and Dr. S. D. Taylor met with approbation from the entire audience. The committee appointed to wait oa the Blind Tigers report that all whisky kas been given over to them and have promised never to sell it again.' We, hope they The following oScera were elected will continue ia the way which they by Preston Morton Post, No. 4, O. A. have so manfully taken. R. December 8, 1894, at their headMr. C. W. Parrott ia ia Louisville quarters in Hartford, Ky.: Commanthis week. der, Joe L. Carson; S. V. John Black, Mrs. Harry Waddle, who haa been J. V., W. P. Bennett; Sargeant, Wa. very lew of consumption for many A. Csson; Quartermaster, Louis Gueather; Officer of the Day, Wood aaoatk, died Friday. The remains Tiaoley; Officer of tke Guard, R. P. were interred ia the Beaver Dam SorrelU; Delegates to the State En- Cemetery. We extent to the benav campment, Wm. A. Carson, D.F. ed ones oar most heartfelt sympathy. Misses Clark, Hayek aad Tracy: Geo Bunger; Alternates, Joe. Sunday with tke Misses A. Bennett. Henry C Shaver and Austin. Vick Stewart Mrs. Dr. W. T. McKeaney has been sick for some time is no better. Little Misses Sallie Hunt and Ben-la- h Globe-Democr- at Taylor are on the aick list this week. Mr. J. W. Cooper wife and daughter, Misa Tommle, Mrs. V. M. Stew-a- rt aad wife, Mr. E. D. TUfordand slater. Miss Nellie, and Miss Florence Tichenor spent Sunday aear Cromwell, the gueat of Mr. BUlie Tilford aad family. Miss Dora K. Cibaea spent Satur-da- y AUMIn, . A. Ba. aad Sunday' at her kome. AU Comrades la arrears of dues will please come up and settle with Miss Ella McBetk, LeJtckficld, was the Quartermaster, sake baa to make aot with 'her class this week on acout his report before the 25th ot De- count of sickness. cember with the department of KenMisses Margaret B. Clark and N. tucky. ' By order ot Commander May Friend will spent Christmas at Wood TmsutY, Commander. their kernes in Louisville aad Jefier-soavilJ0BxC.CaAM8Ku.uf, Adjutant McKea-neyfjspent and family at this writing. Miss Mattle China, Beda, who kaa been in Arkansas for the past two months has returned to her ho e at Beda. Eld. I. H. Teel, ka ekaagedki appointment at Alexander school house from Sunday afteraoea to Saturday night before the 1st Sunday ia each month. Services begin at 6:50 o'clock. Let everybody come out and hear Bro. Teel. He will do yon good. Come one, come all. We learn that there will be a wed-din- g near here on the istk, January. Mr. Sara Lake, of this place will be married to Miss Leona Nation, of near West Louisville on the i6th.The young people stand well in society, and we wish them a long and prosperous life. Christm as will soon be here and every boy and girl is looking forward with pleasure to the coming of old Santa Clau. Daisy Dsamk. IEAVER DAB. Oar Regular tyrrMpondwit write a Noway Lt- tor. 1 i vercoats in every shade, aaaeferv mmiv fltvleH: f vry shape that's ever made, ight amon pur piles. me and see through our stock, call around and try, nd see their perfect fit; see thm you're sure tq buy; ee our greatest hit. Boom is full, from the cheapest to the best. You can buy any style or color and quality. You can buy a Suit of Boys' Clothing from $1 to $5; in Men's Clothing from $3 to " Our Clothing $25; just as you like. We have reduced our clothing to the very lowest cash prices. Come and secure a bargain. Are beauties and of the latest styles. We bought direct from the factory, secured the lowest prices, and are selling them accordingly. It will pay you to come and see. The Republican Our CApfltki and St Louis weekly) for $1.50 per year, for subscribers who pay up and one (semi year in advance. Is something it is useless to for us to say anything about,! or every lady that wants a Dress, comes to CAB-SO& CO. for it. They know they can find just what they want there. N Dross Goods k. barbers. A writ was issued last Friday for the arrest of Albert Austin, who shot and it is thought fatally wounded Bertie Barnard about October 28. Sheriff Stevens and Mr.L- - B. Stevens arrested Austin on last Saturday and brought him before Judge Morton. The examining trial was set for to day and having executed bond in the sum of $200 Austin was released. I! fl CHEER. W'K ' I I IB i Friday, Dkchmiier Last Saturday 14, 1894. Col. S. R. Dent is in town this Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock, Mr. G. B. Likens, our efficient Circuit Clerk, was married to Misa Ruth Coombes at the home ct the bride's aunt, Mrs. Rebecca Vaught, in the presence of only afew intimate friends, Rev. G. J. Bean performing the ceremony in a beautiful and immpresaive style. Immediately after the ceremony was performed the happy couple left for the home of the groom's parents, near Sulphur Springs, where they remained until yesterday, and returned to Hartford and have taken rooms at Mrs. Vaught's. Mr. Likens has been a resident of Hartford for three years.and is a first- class young gentleman and haa many friends who join in wishing 1R all the bliss that married life affords, while his bride is a beautiful and accomplished young lady of rare qualities of head and heart, which make her well worthy the young man of her choice. Tk Palea ! BkeaMMtem According to the best authorities, originate in a'morbid condition of the blood. Lactic acid, caused by the decomposition of the gelatinous and albuminous tissues, circulates with the blood and attacks the fibrous tissues, particularity in the joints, and thus causes the local manifestations the disease. The back and shoulders are the parts usually affected Ty rheumatism, and the joints at the knees, ankles, hips, and waist are also sometimes attacked. Thousands of people have found in Hood's a positive and permanent cure for rheumatism. It haa bad remarkable success in curing the most severe cases. The secret of its success lies in the tact it attacks at once the cause of the disease by neutralizing the lactic acid and purifying the blood, aa well aa strength. ening every function of the body. week. vr 1- were teachers' pay For anything in the Jewelry line, day, and a great many was in attendC. R. Martin. l ance. Mr. R. P. Hocker Beaver Dam, Misj.Suste Bowman, who has been gave us a pleasent call Tuesday quite sick for several days, is some- Bring on your Eggs and get 15 hat better. Carson & Co. - Call on Hall Dros. for meat, lard, cents per dozen. For all kinds repairing watches, sausage, &c. I bey handle only clocks, Jewelry Call on C. R. Marfresh goods. tin. Don't forget that wc arc headquarMr. Frank Deckert, representing ters for general merchandise. the Louisville Commercial, was iu C arson & Co. town this week. E. Cornelius and W. II. Mauzy J. Baizetown loses one of her best cithave about completed a handsome izens iu the person of Mr. F.James, stock barn for apt. S. K. Cox on his who died at his home last Thursday. farm in the east end ot town. Mr. Luke Collins, mention of whose Nothing but fat calves will be kilK illness appeared in these column a ed by Hall Bros., therefore their few weeks ago, is slowly Improving. meat will always be good. Call on them for anything in their line. Mr. H. P, Taylor went to Louisville a few days ago, to ace if he could get on the track of some beads that were stolen from his office on the 9th. The Louisville Commercial ot Wednesday contained the follow, iag: "H, P. Taylor, of Hartford Ky. a member of the firm of Taylor & McHeary, of Hartford, Ky., was at the Louisville Hotel last night Mr. Taylor Is here oa the look-oa- t for a number of bonds that were stolen from his office safe la Hartford oa December 9. Mr. Taylor U at a loss to occoaat for the manner la which the bonds were stolen, aa his office is occupied nearly al the time, but the bonds were stojea aeverthe-les- s. The bonds are valaeless to any oae except the rightful owner. They were on the St Joka's Bank of Kansas, and their aggregate face value was $1,2000. There was one $ 1,000 bond, No S07; one $ too bond No. 10, and the other was also a tioo bond. but Mr. Taylor haa forgotten the num- (lea. Hocker & Co' Christmas goods are aow open aad are tke loveliest of the Mason. Mr. W. H. Austia aad wife have moved into the J. H. Nave property oa Mala Street Arrrx. We will sell you aj pounds of brown sugar for $1.00. Cabson ft Co. Mm aaae. Cat Emmlt Cat met witka very severe accident Tuesday" of last week about 3 o'clock, while chopping oa a small tree aear Sulphur Springs. His axe glanced and landed oa his left foot laying it wide open- - He then told a hand near by what had happened aad started to the house a distance of one hundred yards; after going about o steps ke fell aad, was then picked up by Ike Stevens sad carried to tke house where hi wound wa dressed. Department is kept full of the best and freshest. We can always please ndwe are always ready to wait upon you. Don't fail to see the biggest and best stock in Hartford at our store. Cm-3KS0- Our Notion f 2r 3c CO. He waa very restless Tuesday alght but la getting along now as well as could be expected. 111 Hi many friend regret to hear of his severe accident, bat we hope he willsooa be able tobeout again. H. N. ,Te awrry Um seta. Cards will be put ia a few days aa aoundng' the marriage of Prof. E. K. Skults, of tke Central City Higk School, to Miss Mattle Willett, of Peaaebeker, Ky., at tke kome of tke bride. Prof. ShulU is aa educator of con siderable ability, a brother ProtO.M. Skults, ofHartford College, aad kas many friends wko with for kirn aad his lovely, bride a long aad kappy Coughs and Colds, Sore TIwmh Broaebifia, Weak Laaga, Geastal Debility oa4 all rorms of ImaoiaMoa ate ayisrVTy earo4 by ber." Hood's Sarsaparilla builds up tke shattered system by giving vigorous action to the digestive organ, creating aa appetite aad purifying the blood. It ia prepared by modern methods, possesses the greatest curative powers, aad has the most wonderful record of actual cures ofany medicine ia existence. Take only & 3 whaa etkm rail Scott's Emulsion greet reUef by taking it, aa SjSaaimoafcoftoaeMsl Nootksr aearishasesM restores Ooaamaapeivo M n always fbW F V ttt t xiU BBflHfVje"lA Mrs. Ulysses Shown, of near Beda, left Wednesday morning for St Louis, Hall Bros, will keep constantly on hand the very freshest and best meat Mo., where she will join her husband Give and make their future home. to be found in the market. them a call and get the very best. Mr. Lonnie Stevens and Miss Katie Died on the 5th inst., the infant Sanderfut were united in the holy daughther of Mr. and Mrs. John Ren- bonds oi wedlock at bride's home aged one near town, last Sunday evening. der, of Central Grove, month. The bereaved parents have We don't sell Millinery goods at the sympathy of the entire commun- cost but our retail price is so low that ity. we buy new goods every week. Carson & Co. Mr. S. T. Chambers, ofHtoile, Bararrive in Hartren county, Ky., will Mr. J. W. Thomas, of Horton, has ford the last of the month and will be moved onto a farm near Heflin. Mr. the guest ol his aunt, Mrs. D. F Caw- - Thomas is a good citizen and will be thorn, a few days He will be accoma valuable addition to the Heflin panied home by his cousin, Miss neighbohood. Susie Bowman, who will spend the Wantbd Ayoung man to learn winter in that part of the country. a profitable trade. Will be required Mr. Mose Thompson has purchased to have a small capital to pay expenthe Dcaueficld Coal Mines and is now ses while learning. Call at this office putting in new machinery through- for particulars. out. Mr. M. K. Noles, representing Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Coleman will the Southern Manfjcturinir Co., of have a family reunion ol their two Mr. Princeton, is doing the work. Noles is a fine ineclmnicaml will soon families on the 24th and 25th. All the Coleman family and the Field famhave cveiythlng in running order. ily will be in attendance. The Alpha Baptist Church, HartArchie Cain, one of the best barford, is holding a series of meetings, bers in the State, has accepted d poconducted by Pastor J. H. Ealy, of South Carrollton, assisted by Rev. S. sition in Watkins' shop and will evH, Prewitf, ol Greenville, Ky., who er be ready to accommodate you. Call on him when you want a good, is doing good preaching and the interest is growing and the outlook easy shave. for a great revival among the colored At the educational meeting at Alpeople. They are pieparing to build exander Schoolhouse December 22, a new church in the spring to cost Messrs. J. C. Riley, Z. H. Shultz, about $2,000. Prof. O. M. Shultz and Dr. W. Alex-andwill address the people. EvAmong the numerous Insurance erybody invited. Companies doing business in Ohio Revs. W. x and D. A. Yeiser county, there is none with more insurance in force than the United are conducting a very successful re- Bro. States Life ol New York, represented vival at Woodward's Valley. by one of the best business men in Cox has been called to take charge of the State, Mr. S. R. Dent, of Leitch Old Buck Creek Church next year. He 1b a young divine of much ability field, Ky. Mr, "Dent has written more insurance in Hartford and and is meeting with much success in Ohio couuty than all the. other Com all of his revivals. panies comoinea, ana is now in tne Every one ofour subscribers will county looking after the interest of two copies of the St Louis Globe his company. The United States Life Democrat this week. Look over ranks among thebestcorapaniesdoing it, and then call ia aadrenewfor tyt business in the United States, al- RfjropLiCAH.andfot U for one year, ways prompt in paying' claims and "free for only a& otstttra, Roanm being: represented by such a genial ber we will tend Ue,QlobeDsmocrat gentleman as Mr, Dent it will con aad Tug KftnmucAX tinue to grow in popularly for oalyf 1.50 per yoar.c er B,-Core-cie-ve (SenU-Wotkl- aareacth so ejaUldy seal eawetfvely. are made stroag aad robaa by Seotfs Emalsioa whaa otkat forms ot food seem to do them ao good wkaUrer. Tb oaly geauis Scott's EmuMoa U put up ia cUrd wrofptr. Befasa cheap subeiitatos I Wsak BablM and Thin Children Stm4JfmtkUtStfiXmmltim. ott AstownOfBUY. AN ruauftoto. FXEX. Hood,.' Hood' Pilla are purely vegetable, and do not pare, pain or gripe, sjc. You mast not mia seeing tke Lexington' Manufacturers, Exposition, which ppens December 17. It marks an era ia the States' progress aad will be a magnificent affair. mm life At CittMttf MuM Fait' AflfV VaBkssmSBnsBa1 oonto aasl !. .. ,. llWlft Nn4, mmmtsmss it i joiced. HM &&?&:!? wtssytf' Cokr4o,tfW.A.ah. to lesumeney, Hyoa wanttorent'yoar property. Miss Minute Balrd kaa. retaraad If you waat to borrow fromrGfaysoa eoeaty after aa extended If yea waat to go oat visit tkere amoag frleads aadrota-threIfyeaweattegv tab ' ' Ia fbet, Ifyoa waat to bay or sell Tkeaekoolat Aleaaader'i are. aaytUaf 4vertise tkofaetUTm preasiag aieeiy astaer tke RaVtMJSJawT. " meatefC. H.K1U, J.B.K1U, wife baby, Denver. e, ! IR.nMT. The death, angel has again visited fwr RO eaPTaWaWMSntsf wNwIbwwIBF our community and claimed for his victim my dear school-ant- e aad friend, Laura Magaa, daughter of h W. and Rebecca Magaa, at tea o'clock p. m. novemoer aina, 1994. it was first said "Laura ia dead" aad oh .BBBBBel those awful wdrda but it was only 'saL too true the spirit had .taken its flight teklm who gave It and Laura was to be witii as no ore. Ske was aW just bloomiug.t? womanhood kaving almost completed her sixteenth year.( Ske wa a grl of Lexington kaa broken all previ- sweet dUpotttioa 4a4 ous records in .the short time inwklck was loved ky all win kaewUPi to her people have undertaken mad put it too foeUy.Hor remain were la completed the big Exposition build- terredia the family berrying gaoaad ings. It is hardly a month siace aear W. P. MidkUr, Nov. sj at 4' the work began and the building art o'clock p. a. May God's gtaceea heart-broke- n family for tke now all completed and the exhibit Uln the sweet girl kas only fallen asleep to nearly ready for the opening ol DecemSje mm mm anesj at 'amwioja rUe again. Writtea by oae wko at ber 17. . loved ker. wt ess sW'eeBU, ibbbq sa''Jsune Erraaa Johnston-iSMeewft TakMi p Catrajr. Sulphur Springs. seavme One red roan cow, about 6 year loanaeaital old, marked crop'and hole ia right If you want to buy town property, ear, and crop off the If ft oar. Tka aaiaans total mootan-yS- no Ifyeu want to sell towa preportr, at a ejam ef M I to m owner will please call oa me near the eaewmasmeiBa) aoamto iHaunT , If yoa waat to bay a farm, Hart farm and get her by paying for woof smsnmMBVuaBaMlf bmbbsM If yoa want to sell a farm, ' '. tkis notice and otkef damage. sia omsaaobmaaoj maaoamswewaea. laSsiatoeisseB If yoa waat to bay any kinds Lotus, Mills, . WaM OB real estate, ao-Pale! Ky. meateaaaaaesf to a if yoa waat to veil any kiad of MMmeMnt. real estate, At last we have had a grand glorif you" want to rent property, ious rain aad tke tamers are all reIfyoa waat W flM6vIaV6 "gT A. aaaV M ,efL y4 Wa ,!!&M - : "! 3 1 ffPointei' U VtU; FlTTIKC J "XMIJO. OKDEW 1 .1 .nuaatraad toHpine BBBBBBbT BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW SBBBBBbW HsaewHaaeHHK 1lL GARMENTS aaaaimv lARSONA CO. LUAKiHKiiBNfipDK -- Vtmr J I 3t HOOD'S TBaPaujP wVaaVVaeV wWwTR uncr akatlsssi aasMBSaafe BBBSBTTSa pmBBBBBB Msefetooi iTiIsiiuiin ffto ess aa saaa, i AmswSMi ir aaaai amaaL aamj fmmBa ioWlsmprtBia mv.amasjoMKomasamaBBj.BBaamaai (1saomwWr.eaAJW fSJ OTsW aMaalaaaal fJBBBaai '''"'fw seaaai sat aaauT raa ttomwlMeM4.G, ' tr-- - a,;.P "2222M MSafill' il. .? :. wemTi !.. ' LiJ At. . orl wi)&F J xiuriiuru. xvepuuuuuii Ofy.8cJoolllUtrict.fNo.,Sjt' htiflintrTsTfiv. TT "W T-- . 1 JA.tiAli I - TNTRPnRpqiRnr.F.ayrmi?.liunM J J ,,-- S Fridav, q:fonEJfi4,Tg9,40 mnnMi 47t1i.iRo.n inra fur amV jiAKDoi.pii. - i.f 1 ."WTJRT i 'MTHifer FREE HOME TREATMENT!ilDtfkeb'j.'Mnb1cDh1re4.i:meraK J i3te5" '!j;o i Catarrh Cures wtv wkA' --w &s m , . i- .- ti Wuw.fuuuui iuiiwui uuu,,.i.n '. .. ..' huvii.v rcu cn.rysanuiemura Jiitca ltstmtsWfMih Hnwnw iiukc, .uiuiiiuuc, ,i man. n speculation, divorce; changes, of flowers, uhacri the window. Thoy . bnythlAKlorit.,.OH,fAurorft.T'Oh,-ICrtwder, 95,,, Clarence, IIowaraQ5. . d opened; tho nwindow wido,to lot I. Ai.mnl. sickness, wills, pensions .fft'-- ',Vtri,A means so much more than tho alr,nndllKht( after Grandnunt .thnuI7tit?''-Ja- -, w yv, u- nrld alt affairs .of life: cverv hidden t:-Miriam's funeral. Jfierft cro Iho you imagine serious and The symptoms of chronic catarrh. Wl,All-'oscpyyrTuVer'cnoUKh.'Wt UVitM l mysl-r- y "riyf aled;: help's .ail who are ,978 w icel marks and .decn. Krpund ruls LgVg 1 . a ;. fatal diseases result froml riZ. .... ..: Incy Duke 100, Tom CJ 1 1 ..m-- . vary 84, jVJTVaTiclK" trifling ailments neglected. 'point, of Interest, business. location of- the disease.aTheiTrst, AUroro?" n'all u ui uii vu uii hi .me Ku, uui, wo . .. .. . . rar... 1:1 n stage of catarrh of the noarnnd'head -.0,1 lanuiy, JQ,.'.Jf.aNTcacnc irunsscuons;-'iovaiiairs, f Don t play with Nature s vllow' hckorv'loaVcs. 'fluttering Wm -- would you ; , r,, ' produces discharge. froni,,themose, f 'rtroublea, stock speculati6ns;iawsuits, d wn UkoKoldtn rafn at evorygnsti f greatest gift health. tNo othertrembdy, is So reliable, in sneezing, pain in the eyes' and foreuui. . n,iUn nua a nuuiu uu,. o wind;- -" woro fast obliterating absent iricnas; cures witchery, iits, ir)ourtfll(ir andcases of sudden colds, or for any KHnHA hnniVAHAlValn.al.1 Ilfnaa I drunkenness, "opium Habit, rheuma oulol torts, wttk J head, weak," andyspwetinjeSf watery tbem. uu Mvnviaiif eyes, occasionally loss of memory.4" 'all derangement of thethrpat, anjlj niuuta, n.rvoui. J Grandaunt .Miriam: was dead.and" "ySfiPto1?tf.yr?!-M0': tism "and all, longstanding and 1T IIV I'f'WIItW nerry rectorai. laid lungs, , as Ayers nfl wrQ.,nui,ietr 10,00,. to rest in- the, sungy In the last stagcthe' discharge ceases, of and--'"Ul diseases. Slid tint work, never, got Jtl And ho. has. a lnt one tak' and dry offensive scabs form'in the Thfc wonderful medicine affords great) to viiw.,fci,'o,vA;,i:;,f A.iir ing Ihtmoitrtlii-bl- e "" CHALI.ENGE itrttifthttilnf ahd Aurora wer lef Lalonc itf the orlh f "n ,nn8Wtrl" "ifbse, polypi O growths jsonieUmes relief in consumption, even in the adRicdlclnt.vhlchla v to any medium or fortune teller who ' "YosI s'poee hasj"il 'l " Brtwn'a Iron Bit- , 4 world.form in one or both nostrils, and tlfe vanced 'stages' of that dseas. a ten. A (w thought' ltiover allday;; can excel her in her wondcrfnl "I'm sure," said thowidbw Alls- pain in the head atid eyes is much i, f yJM. Ff f, 00 1ntM J coat from tha ofjhe past, present and .ft ton, whb HVed In tho ncit hou8e",,I. There' was- no. more work vry Am doaa U t less. Unless something is done to ,thoi window, withr tho( future events of persons' lives.' All m'I tUim don't know what's to becomo r Ittlk. and It'll prevent, the catarrh 3wlll follow' the chancp wjth, any- - oneo get.it and them galsi, They aln'teen brought stor-u-p letter in hcrap, chalenges', accepted, and in rettirri pl.uaut to tike. J may'be done';' The' mucuous membrane into the lungs, here is how to .'db - inothltv'. And they're11? ou J, Vh.0 autumn leayes as they LDI(IVII.LE, RT. LOU1N TEX.(B. M nVll.n... 1aI,I.i KUU. m.!! I. floated down . ttimucrh thn mlafviilr' CHAENGES.THK WORLD. m.1. AIICJ BCBEDUI.K IN KFFECT MOV. I, 111. where it will "be followed by cough", Weekly Commercial AppealjnjOrder " -" uiuiuuil-iuuniH" ' :rv..""V r" N..l, No.M, Brfsinesli1 strictly' private'and confnight sweats, rapid loss of flesh, and to secure the largest circulation of wasn 't pretty when thoVWyounn;:'! outslde,.lhinklng-thlnkInghAuro- r WEST B0UKU. IMIIj. D.ll. Dyspepsia, " f ; ' Kidney and Liver ' th(fV' oung'e'st on 'cm Is tvfrnfed glanced,it her- - sometimes; but1 she idential.'" the other dread 'syrnptomsJ of couij kny weekly, inj the Soup, t offers a and 7:44 .n. l:Up,n, Lt. Loulilllle .... Neuralgia, Troubles, ' - . ) Madame jubber" will always stand 1:11 a. m. 7:0 ... v WmI Polnl... . ... T Sumption. To all such people Dr. prize of the magnificent sum of unj nun. 0 f. m. Constlpatlofj, Bad Blood "What can wo do?" said Adellne,lIrM.munne1l",n,ani Thaaneter as high above the common mediums ' BrndnVur..... .... t;17 a. m. 1:07 p. m. 9 Malaria, Hattman's treatment comes as a in cash to the subscriber Narvotu allmanU 4 IrtlaxWBVi.. in. had aMoVcr; sh could not help feelr Itf- this country as the President above who was. tho meekerranU loss en bales-o-f Women's complalnta. phMprt ........ 10:83 1. m. t;ll p. a. fttotw. It is only necessary TSTsemH1 lng a secret. reverence for tho sister tornrlslncr snlritof the two. 10:44 . m. t:44 p. ro. ' iitiV-i- . Ret only tha rcnulna It hi. creaaad rad the ragpicker; while her charges for ClOTtrpart . , .. . T.' . name and addresi to HartffiaBJt eceivedji ini'slemphis from line on th wr.nixr. All othm" ara tab. vo vegono iivo, II ueciarca ah- - "who had attained this crown of wom11:11 ft. m. 10:10 p. m. t the truth are the same as what other ' Itutea. On rwcli)t ot two x. atampa w anhood. lumbus. Ohio, and corapleteairect septemDer 1, 1094, to- - May 15, 1095, rorn . 11;M. m. 10:34 p.m. Ijwliort........ will aend act o( Tan BMtrtHal WorM't .a, a Fair Vl.wa and IS: It p. m. 11:11 p. m. At sunsot Adeline rcarranmyl'hpr mediums charge for falsehood. ions for first month's' treatment will as;fo)lows:r Jf corrector nearest to , "Ob, 'of Owmibon....... got to . , . 1:04 p. m. lt.M p. to. BpoUirill. f BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE MO.. Skeptical people who, on account hair, bathed her ace and tied on hpr successdc sent irce. noi oniy is it the correct guess is received in the Uvo." IAS p.m. lt:Kft.m. -. Ar.Ueodfri.o. ful in curing catarrh "than the Jreatf rnnth jfjQctiber,iit.gets cash $5,000, got. nothing toj llyq lUtlebrnpo bonnet, "Vi'ttf iho stiff, of the many misrepresentations in the No. Si, No.M, r newspaper 1 . J papers, have lofit faith in upon but this oldjhousp and ..thirty, kwhltn frill In ment of the catarrh specialists, but it in JNovemoer, it gets in casn EAST HOUND. Dallj. J, I.. Caraon, U.S. Canon "WKnf- W.V. JW nnk' f'totibr'Aii. adVertisibg 'shouldlwritejand, be" con. .. ..M- nVn in.," ground 1" said T:1S ft. m. S: Up. m. Lt. Hndrton..... it is in the reachof every persorrim If inj December jit' gets jn cash acres of rocky, n I 8potUllle..... - TJ7. tn. S37p.rn. 7i 'JJU yified that all advertisements are not Aurora., "Grandaunt Miriam's this land. Ainedicine which is the fa, 000, If in January, 1895, it gets in Owmioro. - . .m 1:87 . m. 4.15 p. n, died with her, nndihonevcr '!!'Tm going to him." Bald J ellno. fruads. principal' pari of Drl Hnrtrnanjs cafih"Jti,ooo, Jf jfl' Ieu'ruaryl 1895, it Iwliport...... . IW . m. s:S p. a saved a7penny "outof A ln ."I'm gijlng,tdho.w! hlnjcisfletlei "Wis welt known throughout the Hurmille...- -. ..... treatment, known as can be gets in cash $1, 500, If March, 1895, t'JSftn. 8J0p. deed, how could.pho',.pobr old. thing? anotounimaii now it bappenra." 10:01 1. m. 5: p. m. Cloj.rport ... orld that mediums are the on!v re- bought at any drug store, and Is a it' gets in cash $1, 060, Jf in April, it And 10: see thattthore'a any- j. But fts'ihetHidgcd' along tho leaf v ft. ro. 4:1 p. m. 8lphnport... remedy without-equ- al .Jor.CAtarrhjn. getaJncasjif5op, The contest closes thing left for us but..to .keep board; carpeted autumn lanes Dr. Hunt's iiiable seers, and their charms cause IrtitgrloD-...- .11K1 ft. BJ. TtOS pi m. Bnodrnburg tlMft.m. Tdlp. m. ,, all forms' coughs, colds bronchitis, carriage wHlrl&tfl m.wasUtt&rf: jfoye, speedy marriages and success in . era." CONTIIICTOIS lcOS p. in. 1:04 p. m, Wtl "But, who will board 'with us?" In ft, and ho was not alone. As Ado-- business. YOUR l'UTUKKKEVEAL- - Ar. LcUtII consumption, and all cunpic3'lv ... . 1:00 p, ro. KM p.m. AAnUr. n l,A.ln.V,lA nn(nla'' Unites DUIU ;i eases of winter. Each, bottle is ac As a guide for making a guess, the oA OUtlMIC, IUUE1 ltOUIC lUClUtlCUII lln v otnnruwl im' 1Ult'iul'iiMSU &l k7 JEIT:N A DEAD TRANCE. uU .uu.dl Careful Estimates made on all Car,Ffv ' " I J doctor checked his horse. A pretty, the separated and causes speedy and Taftlna No. 81 and No. SI maka fonnrellan a companied rtth complete (directions receipts' in for, years Upto (the 15th way. IrtlnftoD (SundaT cxi.ptd) with train, on Loul.. pentering and Building. Terms reagirVgpl out."And then happy marriage with the 'one you tllle, UrJlnbur Aurora shrugged' hor shoulders . for use. WeaUra R. R., ea.t and of May, 1891, 707,090 bales. Uplo , . . . the doctor drovo'6n. StlirAdoltn'ri love; causes good luck in all things Imnatlcntlv. . t bound. For further Information, addrtta sonable. Hartford, Ky. Drug Manu-- ! the 15th 6f.Mayi t89Jf745;2t8 bales. Address rfie "Youmoyery had any faculty, Ad-- 1 tood f lie'ro looklngat tho'dust tha!t byprdper advice. II. C, MORDUE, 0n. Pa'r Aa't. SECURE A facturing Company,- - Columbus, Ohio, Up to the 15th of May, 1893, 410,85 J - tv . Lonlrf ilia, Kjr wheols.' die," said she, "and I s'po,se IJ's .too . foHowed-th'CHARM AND WEAR DIAMONDS. WHEN YOU GO 0WENSB0R0 for a copy or their latest" catarrh ' bales.'' TUp to'the-i5th- f " ofiMayj. 1894, late for you to begin to rofbrm now. "Ohf Adellno, " said - Eustacla Revealaeverytbing. Mme.JUBBER, GALLON to' any address. book. Sent free . Up to the 15th of May, orr ih otiAirmv. . ttiariNCHJ, But I s'hoiild trilrik you ihlght h'ave: Bent, "we were just going to. your ' 3 ' m h 895; HoiV irlany?-- ' In order to get," a had tho common" senso:to put two fhousel I wanted .to see If X CQuld BOX 75, NEW ALBANY, IND. The Whlaky Hnuntw. Cut this together.- - Ain't ihore that get you. andjAurora o do somo sew- - "LUCKY CHARM FREE. Please allow me space itf your val-- j cuess lor this .Great Cash Prize vou and two big redbrick factory by ing for mo, t Dr. Hunt, was tak; out and save it. Mention this pa ib send s4 cents fora year's For the finettand Mott Artistic Work, .T ij 1 xio per. uable papcrjoxajewwords on the 'have only , LemmlnK's falls,- and won't it bo full lng me there when 17 a6t any ie or tlyle. fWderiea.SL , bfaeen above subject. There is but .one in. o' girls i two months' time? And askdd me to bo .hlswife:Jtam to fim.17 rrlaJ4lti. thing to be gained by thPfpeoplefbf ctel 'Appeal. Onedollar will get two won't they be' giad"lo nave"a handy" J bcsmarrled: td htm'ln January."? K ' WHITE'S CREM . 'grfoAes andllke paper for two years. a ff a sat Sons" Hartford when they vote Tor placo to board? I've been counting" Bent'd falrdimplediaco. in 3'our,midstf, and that is iuore'tnxes and for.$2;qo the paper to five subup there nrc'four, room's tiiwas her blue; longrlashed; a iwk. attiMlt. Iwillwi. A, sTib- laUMIaW.Wuto.iOU we could spare, as )iot. i.And-- eyes shono- - Hka'stars; the, rQS.es. of, to help pay for the school that is in scribers, with Jive gtfesJesi 'Old FOR 20 YEARS bla ft. a Itmilt lam Blua. Mm um Wmmi, Has led all WORM Remedies. your town. 'Those tfiafafejfn' fifyoHj'scribers'can take advantage, of this I'm a pretty decent cook If S,I ppuld last, June were not pinker than her atiftMi mail t. r iM. T 1 J MMttlkCH,lb. rffi and cheeks. She was, tworand-'tweqtjlouis-vill- e 'EVERY 10TTLE IUARANTEED. na, art.it, ryt of whisky belng.spld are afraid to let offer and have a' guess ana theirtinie get the materials b. SOU) BT AX.K, BKVaOlOT. loolp Adelino,Field was forty Tho, elder u4 .afi W R jvy UiiauMaMllMHl 4W4kuV, rf.p.na a the vote be taten'in the ent;re pre1-- " extended one year. Those willing I s'pdse' you could, Mf least, una. r woraa"nv with a pang recogiiUed tho icataioi iiatctii tk. after the rest of thohouse?"i to have the paper sent to a friend (nM,WTMU4.0lrTClwirrM. cincts in which.thejr wish W.P.EUBKINACk,aMM,Calaaikaa,e. "Yes, I could think!" conras'and iri Ubt morrfenallthe When the1 ques- -' tanjdof oiagg havejthe gues3 crediti-te- d said meek Adelinel-wh- tj til ways had ncwly'revTved hope dledouSof her to the sender, ' tion is being.talked the agitators, say ' i i s icart'fo'rever' a sensoof Inferiority that it is better to have open saloons' Uf'twd correct gijesses ,arereceived, presence.' J'At .least, I would tryl'' ."lD," said sh "we can't take In than blind tigers. So it is, but there or if two subscribers whoare nearest "Then,!' .said Aurora, "let's ..go any sewing. We're getting ready, is no necessity for either; and if the have the samel 'feuess, UtQ first. one rights to, worked get tho houso or boarders. We.are;busyi Iguess, law was put in force tlfiFfe wonld"be- - .received, fictsthe prize. Don't de- - ttioroughiy cieanea the very tirst you 11 have to net somo ono else. , : .Tint hut T nrlot. irn,,4C Vnonolti In the first place thtniT." no blind liters nef any other Tiind if lay iasubscxjbjng, TJe Uarllard Pkl Car. bo C 1 l "Nqw?"3 gasped Adeline all tho.same., Iiqpo.yciu'll.bejery' tigers to sell poisonous stuTTi'dr make you.u.eedeM"kJ-CmnerpiaD. Taylor, the Beaver, Dam Phot "Qfcourse, nqwl B6 you suppose ' happy you. and Dr., Hunt' Appeal, your wife needs it, your chilIhare-hearmen crazytographer, has located his Photo Car it. ,1 meant nextyearrretOrled hof' "' Sh e 'turned aW crept home agam."" in .. some good church members argue that dren need it, your farm needSMfpand Hartford and will .make Pictures itui AaMwTT ot hmh. Is full'6f. Tho sun had idlpped fcefbw the1 sister; Irately.' "Thohouso tldaf Bmwm your stock need it, and, besides, you H. oar aaMwrlaai! Mia ere - every Monday all day whisky, they werergoing.to"vote--foLqld truck1' and4 furniture, and wlllv horizon noW; Ihdhlr "was chllf and may get a because it was a necessity in cases of nave to nave nair a aozen Donnres, gray ana irosty nt omen 01 her. in the ..Hartford Photo Car. Mr. '11 .bo decent- ,Tylor will be found at his home sicknesstfhYs;Ville'mbpeoaJ; As- she at least;. coming years of solitude. ly cleared out. got.todo, walked spiritlessly along, she felt as gallery in Beaver Dam balance of the than it has cured, and more crimes paper full of the news from all parts It ourselves, Adeline! ,We capital- - if her heart were a lump of lead time.. We. are glad to say he ranks have been committed, on 4ccount'bi a uancLevefy pori ford to hire anyone to help usv . And , y ,y up with the ablest Photographers, in wunin ner. ' caustsj pfiheUnitedgStates strong drink than Jail folhr TO SEE THI lifc'ofthetoMtB I iAne--1 so '.the sooner wo .beam tho 'better." "Well? Aurora breathlessly asked, the State. .work , guarancombined. VYos x oupau oui imouuuau as she reentered tho dlsma old house teed. pai t ment, a Household and a Chil- More homes'have been made deso 1 ? it 'where (he neglected fire was dying eliho. he takes it; "When beauty late, more women and children have' .fea'?t5rtnientn' a Vetf,inarv next out on the iron dogs, and a melan- If there is nonecomes So.'ifo Column, to all of which' e'ely be .makes it." been brought to want, misery and sot themselves diligently to choly crickeLchlrpodorTthO; hearth. invited to contribute or ask s woe than the sfgrenlest faniine h that work. Aurora had a certain hard- What did he sayT' ' " Kead This. tu" headed energJ)! purpose'' thTifrathor MS10 V?r thesnfleitni ever was "Nothing; I,, haven't, spoken to If'yon want to'buy town property, enlovfrtC' and bustle; butpoor A'd- - ) him,1; saidj.A'dcImB, mournfully. ul ljfcWWoMi& ' caused by tKeTftrlnTar ifyourant to' sell town property, "IT the mot Eusiacia .Bent. Sh'e's going to is not the one 'that used intoxicating, wai iiujiiy newspaper in me ooutn ellpo's heart, falied'withm-hr'a- t If'yonwant to buy a farm, and the cheapest in the world only prbspccl. 'The ears'oame "Into bervbemarrfod'to'lhim'' fn January, and drinks that'is'th'e sufferer altogether, r AAUIV;' Ifyou want to sell a farm, ot4. atl"4:liAlsdrlf3',.An1flf1nf. .M14. ..muu MAa tug ..V.n. ' JZ1..1 .l.- U "UU w '"'""" tuuo li'n.liklV4t.lnr " c'"l uuu CVCI V UI1C WUO ""'" , t V,n nrJl DUiunilvra "umg,1111.. cuua It youiwant 'to'buy any kind of it is the wife, children, fathers, moth . j w.w nururn, uiuw HHwywMMw,. ' ers, brbthers,,..,sisters,'. neighbors, sen'drsd cefits "will gef?'thi?Great papers out ot ' , vreal estate, ' tho ' the'wHblothlnrf. yearjarjdhave a ..'ISJIII...' mkst suf Family WSbi; friends and associates that you "want to 6ell any kind of. Miriam; sleeping under drawers.. Grandaunt If fer, not only want, "misery, food and chance to Win The $5,000 Prize, No 'W.hore am, J, to put these?" sho. the! churchyards wall,, might hove. .real estate, guess will be counted unless accora raiment, but death itself. A man that ced-- : , . . 'If you want to rent property, been content. She had had her own t will vote for something that he knows panied by o cents for a paper, arid !Buni 'einl1' was her sister's curt Jfyou want'to'Idan' money, ',,, ' ' to be a curse and a nuisance rather both the guess and the money must -- nnu If you want to rent your property, '.1 f, Died Fighting. t be sent at one time. Free "sample Adoilno looked aghast Grand-a- t than a benefit, then that If you wat,! to' borrow money, nt Miriam had been a stern old Engjand adcjesn'J ('keep , grea religion enough to ikeep him out pf copy sent on applicatiou. Ifyqu want to go oiit of business, standlncr armV. but what she does bestJo send" by P.0;Money tyrant to her, It "Was true a domi hell. HffsbSnd,4'fith,err'sorJi''wlll'you I , ICyoti want to" go ' into business, eyery- - keerVhas "ever before If glorious hisvote focthis.traluc that will cause uiuci, txu uiuct lur leas iiiuuz.50 neering jnistBass who exacted fact, if you want to bnyor sell th'lnSrTarlfie a tory Vo'mako'ft' powerful.' 'Recently co3ts.only.cents-jXeberalltei-m- o you miseiy, woe and distress? Then agents. u Mil ' H lticular and free turn, nothing but .tho. merest sub-- ah advance column" was cut up by Any thing advertise me tact in tub the curse will be upon BlstwpceA ffMdaMnt;j Jajnpliad, the Matabelcs'in South Africa AJt REfUBUCAN. x t CommXciai, 4k ilrMOt sampl o JUa viae wiuie mere is ute--ji the London papers publish details juoi. 4, ruthleooly:uWb!buOb .W.ir'mMvAmimtiurwfFrtL. m she had obtained from a'Matabele chief who is wwe ono little love ch alter u eat -persons cnaraotejon toffi wj WmEW t Not,Bbe tbMghirtthat. was'ati eye witness' sll& ml f X M WW J eveVkrJOwK! right ftall a love af ; made against tho of the last stand enemy by Maj. she had any it When the 30th of world lo ccie. and Bie ConmoWclnlaAiiiial frJrki m falrMjSUrT Dr. Huntqwrwaj Wilson 'and the force' under him. He will save you MONEY by Buying from HIM. Will January, 1895, comeBTthose,dwl: i. r The small:, body of white men were expect to vote on tkjs ell you a Buggy; Harness, Lap Duster and Whip from $60.00 'J r hud WalkoiUfeifjeii :4e; Witorical Buproundqd bybqtween two thousand. TITMihiB "mi, itll ad, and your. Off nuesaon. think andteason. lectprcs.rltii'her. orTeWKMarch uverjunarcu anu,inrce tnousana The Davis Carriage .Company has the reputa. up to $75.00. himself this way and savWill this cl head arlaKfiiiniilawaTe bad clean ovei in. From' the first they 'kept up Grandaunt Miriam had benefit to ysej(ajd of tion of building the best Buggy for the money of any Factory him to como m and a heavy fire, which'' only flagged1 eda Sun- - riovi r bors? If so, thelrWvl A daslfcpol ic7W when many of 'their humber were ' r class. "I warm twehty-flvecont- e. M in Cincinnati. JR misJVWL IJ 'V ejj ky, but if it wULbe a curse, then SHOW AViTs Homaanailla olrteleoftuMKipany wduhded and 'ammunition' begad to spoke h rA) glvd'out The fight 'lasted 'about s AeMlli vote will ahee TTIrMittle rl wkdsii other had re- - wit So noj-- . smt , r y throe hours. Wilson' is described, i X' woman 'm";'. spunsiuic iur jrouKUfcuswticuicr-uiacentlF na royF" t lth by that be with somosourly rtrttor flet one When yob go to trade, and want jipportr Btandlng: wounded In soveraL places, be good or evii. Yput, oga) Uchureg- faidiciui. . . Ify and covcredwlth blood, firing steadU, bargains,' take'a copy, of the Thk vou decently. I t. r j a zi' a ac 1 members who are in.favp ofthia 4 .s r 4 lyicom ties which were loaded ana thefo sjiroutW do srs. 1 Y9rl,vr& andselect a merchant who, fi cursed sale ofi'jrtoxicati'agJdrinkijJ nlh.enqLicr Decei tho 5tfi,'94: has an advertisement "in it, and you Wft. joojc wen to auuiiic moman at his side. At the, lost mo aa nodiTljIoe Ho or'd8,Wil- of those with' whomyou- - are-ament the fow English whrfbouia's'tlH' wfll always geVbargaius .in whatever ue tvairao jHJ,;ranw: esterneio line ne handles! Our1 advertisers are sociated, and dgiuntpotheiagyau loo nwwi miiiuiuci' hi auuuiuci( S'.lleu iWeifeXfiel673i Oma Wes- reifftjle business ' men, and you will off 'their1' hits' and' would that others should idojiumo terfieldCivVestefieUl 01 the world for a Trifle, 8, Corne- FOR LITTLE MONEY. what,(by the chief's ccount,'is be--f always find' their stores "chock full of you, and be true christians or else l ,'.! flfffin est Wheeler 90, li itMcni 9i od( Save the. the ''freshest aud neatest goods no lleved toshavo been hcr. Bfit GrandSufilxMirlam .orejd get out of the, church Queen I'VInter Ocean ofd'sfock! ' THey ' can't keep an old intd A children stumble'over.yuU gJessWesterfield 94.1-reM tock'and advertise in Tan Rkpub- wa atid their cries will ". Fo Ay Wirike Yor Inmh1iu .. .... rIVjs 97, jwrencc;I Howard 93 ,W "ti.W 4,-f 1" opivu oi.vum, iioor.'AuonBe' the cause of my bejngjnJhis place if Beosie Wheeler 8d. ioli "I hayo.ia new (remedy Jfor In- Iand Wheeler 88, nr!nfi ,!, torment." VIsitur.jailsCindOl3k Oys?We5terfield thwSSndficranied, somnia," said tho nervous member 85. foilie Dean 89, A twenty-pag- e journal, is the leading Republican family paper of the those inside theoprioon. walls wu aJHoWaro 85, Eittjls' Westerfield 84, (papers Inttft6SnJB4h.UoiJellftWii "a "u United States. It is a NATIONAL FAMILY PAPER, and gives all the cause of their betas: ly. ijTHhoads ok, go- general news of the United States. It gives the events of foreign lands in Coleman 85, 'letters thatGraadiJBc3UJiEoatt had tenths of them will sav whisltv. ,.'! ft. Is gc.'Jell'lis'atout.H." mie Howard SojLennie Bean 87, jtteWTietbeaWBey.twewwi08r, a nutshell. Its Agricultural department has no superior in the country Its' Is very simple. 'jusVgo"to bed s of the crimes cdnymjtKd .lilt BB: riCO, .IjnnirJO- IOCtOT-nnnli Mno-n- RS TlSSa TTnn,H n, ' lhdlr.tIiatjsbahttddL Market Reports are recognized authority. Separate departments for The t the world overpwa$ I caused (rjpnt.thap ... 'jj,wtijyi tind taite tho most comfortable post- - I pji ! Its'Home, . . y MOTIOB, Family Circle, Our Young Folks, and Science and Mechanics. effects of strondrink. DoctOM pre' irJeicT UpPrslcbplhff.' Therisltfwly open ur c'03e ' MxtWrsMe I aud Society columns fconiiiand the' admiration of wives and daugera. Its. ag a tonic and appetiz scxibe.whisky Vr Magan j' HI' fl1flWnt oloi ' """1"'i you ure not asieep,en. iiry i ffifo tw 08. p y r HoU oiUmm dtf- general political news, editorials and discussions, are comprehensive brill-ia- ' er for the 6lck, whenHie rr forty more. Tho creatocUSlculty Box m,4Wrmi o. b Tfwtivi traa. ' f rom t" 3, Hauie wneeiera5, uzzie Wheeler aqd exhaustive, A special contract enables us to offer this splendid' wlU aa hiC'HikBaE indkliaYifcalv tnt yoa iiMW "" of lqsQpnlJa.tha tliey "fhfrtifffW Die WteUrfield ly, as s journaland THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN for , almost always fall to thinking gf jlje heap. 'T'faT'arCr1T events jwjae,aay,, xnyDeppo-Tinte- d .. V.: alng,ia,ada Colejuian'85, VHiMiple- - imnK-ri'- ai. by persistent. Qountlnff, but So long as thejjhljky keeps fti "&& tliat Is ItflVlf ''a moAfaJ'irtVVnd sireugthened, .mm, ,95, Estella Ralph 00. piMla strength a person feels ijygW spectacles Liu; iBIWr lip Nol bo,2 1Wb w?wlth X 9,I cLraLan-ce.:.::;?. . -but as'sobntht 'hltky egini to w standard wakes one ' manfos; fTJ give away henhe system Is it ft iaui. ' sMHind surut'- - a inking Ilefy snybf'y.totiliak t ' i J r 7".1l aif.1 J HiaWiaA iK4kJa. 1 i; SMJ&ai.u K.aa 0,a. Ot. k...ul. .Oaa .Cr.aKaCTMilasBlirrt- 'arf i tSgeJbV bf fMbcffatM oi anyuiitiK eibe finite ' warsecpadilion than itwa.1 hefprcj -.y . w r V'yi .. .il, (aeedMn'thte iaapkBtalltt,-- -l . aa. Hi4n Itn-u-.T L Ml ,'. .J pfit'ihto the same. wwaa hl "tj JUJ'TfhTiuiin-ii- in I'Otlc lObservBr.v Then why take- something' into the should saadioiWitWrHitxt. sHiajii.i tpWi'A aystawto'tear'U'dow Huteadof A Oaf. S' ft?f ' baildiaritiip?' Any Ptwon'that will owh wwrraua get 'i o Acat'fh AaTIIZriEkiiaat,t r t,reay.jMejiielve and will do their line" Tastless Qulnire. It will cost) tlow1M. 'gjinrf a cuiac uum in nly as eta and la the best thin? on Nrwh.4t onto. - Sh,,turB4r3VMMl Dlh, McaUeat prorl iUj forchlldra, or ally one else who Author York 91, Maggie by Thousj. ittnWrirttq wsifta ot0.iMa.AiMf Suttono, Willie-Howar- d - , TJ,V Vt, jw, MtJ A"rr nr ?ivi I 'Woll." stild Aurora liKhnt shall w do ijawjs,;,,! r,,ri 7s W rho lrcnry equinoctial rafn over; tno pououo autumn sun KimtcU : r, fc-'- m. cents, with age, sex and stamps aria McclVtihferb&opc offu. examining., . . WntM KAiKH(iffi'tnMfl.hi.;i,Mt UifraiiliV Mnrlnmi. Tiiiilur. Icnrl trntiro .r,;;'t,(V ,str Arlilln i 't'rt'ff ! v -- ffc tav Vekl;Ud wonderful trift of second' .thread, ILlt'fl' frotn DRitHimil'iJ gaipoda slglitrtclls past present-arifuture. mndiwcdinhcrrts'.Wh'lcHshb&s'wA;;fi-p.J.VT,3t,iwS;.iiii- A1,, "iamtrance claYrnoyantJ - - Setid-a- ..n. t,.. -- -- j ,iHffi.i,--naviotviJ- irr r.r""v vr -- iw,r TUlAllfiAMW.j. . I ". i.,'!,; J i,t'". .1 """' ir.,t owwamb uiviiuw w jutz. .t-- .'-i .,. pm fhx -.- Sr j.. tTWl"fid"" It 1 Thd "fads" Of society are on tho They incrtatt. ,Bc'om to ba trlv- TniJsrts!? ilalbut. they o are not B v ynoTomem naa -- t r-- , - accordingio-the-etageuid.jiext.ii.ukjc.j- - XniI'irfSfe; - -- ,-, ( tr'?"' A tlmo-yellqwe- l.ii. '""JKvv. 1 -- '.'- e . 1 mys-tcrloi- ts " - - " ,, 5i9 ;-- ' I 'rcve-lation- s; 1 for-her.- ;, of beer drinking may look U foUJowod by the i fad " of trlTlal. kidney diMaM,.aa direct comaquenee. And'that Is nol trlTJaL That meam tha grave. and la solemn. The situation would ba truly alarming and threaten tha extinction of tha race were It not for two thing. L There la alwaya hope of reformation In the heart of the people. When tha dangerous Increase of kidney die eaoa, la sufficiently oounded, there will ba reform. This will assure future generations. 9. A,toVh affllloted, of a knowledge .of Dr.)Fnner'a Kidney and Baekaohe Cure will restore all who are adroit enough' to reaortto its uae befora it la too latp. i Also Aura female weak-nea- t; heart dfaeaae, rhe'umattun and all blood duteaaea. , It will neither docelre nor dlaappoint Jf in aend take a bottle DeUye ore horn with. yon. y dangerous. Money refunded tf 1 eaetumaot girea. to-da-y, to-da- in conseauenco. In Poor Health 5. 1 fBrowirs o.-?0-i8at- Iron Bitters bot-tl- car.-btt- i.lt d it .Im1 u . i- It Cures , - . y -- -rt "--- $5,-00- -- .. ...-"- .- - HwmI11..-...-....- .... :.; fr3k ... -- ..." f J e"couMe--wo'v- e book-(r- "Ahd-wo'v- et $4.-60- 0, ....v.,.M..vn - up-hi- ll -- pen-jlo- ",aT- 'U. .. vVSvvtVt D-- ilj J. L.Carson & Son, Pe-ru-- ... ST ....... A Point-..- ... 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