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The Haeteop RMjblicak OFFICIAL 1 v" m sicRiPTim? howyou stand with Tho Ropubllcan. Pay up and onoyearln Advanco and w will send you Tho LbulsVlll) Weekly Commorclal one year freo. Subscribe at once. Will show HAVE YOU PAID XX THIS TAG WE DO JOB WORK QB8MF IK PAl'MK Xk. Wfmtl CCKSEESSIOm DISTRICT. iS VOL. VII. paiTPOKD, KY., BIDAY, DECEMBER of Warren Becker. After an exchange of formalities he told me something of the work of a United States Marshal in that wild, lawless community. 'This is a perfectheaven for illicit dis tillers, 'I said he, 'and I am now on the trail of the shrudestgang that ev revenue service. er baffied the Great quantities of distilled spirits are sent out from this community, which evade taxation, and although it is known that the manufacture goes on within four miles of Glencastle, the closest scouring of the country reveals no path or road by which the material could be brought in or the products gotten out.' " "Balloon services," I suggested. "Bosh, these mountaineers havn't heard ot anything so modem as that, I guessed easily on for his stay, enough why he was, so solicitous for my welfare, for he never trusted me with the details of'his official work and iu turn I toldfchlm little of my We were rela- plans for the future. tives iu fact nominally, but we lacked that free exchanged confidence which characterizes real friendship. I gave him every opportunity for Eusle's company, frequently watched them from mv window as they went for a drive in the solitary carriage that preserved the dignity of Glencastle. It gave no little anxiety as the carriage spun away down the beautiful valley, her merry laugh was but a mockery when I knew that it was merely to serve a purpose which if unknown to me was yet ,a real , -j-enulne purpose, knd tbatwhichBHIfct Eusie pleas- . TBaBaSaSBSJ " tire was alwayjnaaaaaBKo me. . 21, 1894. PROFESSIONAL NO. 21. CARD. Babies and Chiliren thrWtTon Scolt'a Emulsion whoa all "tho rest of their food seems to go. to waste. Thin Babies and Weak Children grow strong, plump and htalthy by taking it. f. fc Scott's Emulsion ovorcomes inheritnd weakness and all tho tendencies toward Emaciation or Consumption. Thin, weak babies and growing children and nil persona suffering from Loss of Flesh, Weak Lungs, Chroma Coughs, aud Wasting Diseases will receivo untold benefits from this great nourishment, Tho formula for making Scott's Emulsion has been endorsed by tho tictn(y )trs. Nojwcrot about it.. i OtnJfor p.imfhltutH Srrtt't Emuliim.'MEE Scott tL Downo, N. Y. All Druggists. BO oonta and l. or they dered r f X fnl I ' " j 'One cvenlejWfaAptembcr I, hand," said thVrjicher!ir,,U,he wom- l.to havctheEaw tcj airiend began lo indileWletter w'wy'maiden an did so, whereupon Jones said: can uo so ana navc.iaesgHeBa cream-te- d UTTIIRIKY I K' aunt in Boston,' jrtid', after my moth- "Now turn around and let this audito the sender, THE QUEEN OF A CAVERN. er's death in. my childhood, was more ence see the best looking woman in If two correct guesses are received, HARTFOBD, KT. a mother than an aunt to me, as fel- the country.' After taking her seat the or if two subscribers whoare nearest Will practice his profession in Ohio lows: by john hrnry Thomas. revivalist addressed the men: "Now, have the same guess, the first one and adjoining counties, and court of "'My dear aunt, I am about to be- I want all the men in this crowd who received, gets the prize. Don't de- Appeals. Special attention given to come the fond possessor of a'brilliant, have not spoken a harsh word or lay in subscribing. In the first place collections. Office east side of public "Be kind to Arnold, Warden," rethough unpolished, Cumberland harbored an unkind thought toward you need the Weekly Commercial square. CHRISTMAS SHOPPING marked officers Kelley to the Warden mountain gem, which will require their wives to stand up." Twenty-seve- n Appeal, your wife needs it, your chilof Sing Sing, into whose keeping he being polished with a year anda-half- s Suelby Tatlok. great big stamping fellows dren need it, your farm needs it, and M. h. Heavrin. had delivered Kills Arnold, the contact with European society before hopped out of the audience with all your stock need it, and, besides, you t SATURDAY DEC. 22. HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, Broadway murderer," to lcgin Ms adorning my residence in Cincinnati. the alacrity of champagne corks. may get the $5, 000, and you need third service for hGWakMc " Can you prepare to said October,3rd?' "Come forward and give me yonr that "I can't sec muc'lffs' excite pity in "At this point a warm tear dropped hands my dear boys." Jones gave The Weekly Commercial Appeal Is Between ll Station, within adlatance of im K coolly HARTFORD, KY. a man fqur times a murderer,' upon my cheek and looking up I be- one a vigorous shake, after which a paper full of the news from all parts Will practice thier profession in all remarked the Warden, whostflong Ticket OoocJ Until Dec. j t held the object of my adoration he arranged them side by side in of the United States and every por the Courts of Ohio and with criminals had not servstanding over me. Were her tears front of the pulpit and facing the tion of the globe, with a Fann De- counties, and in'the Court adjoining ExcuralHM. otAp-peal- s. ed to soften his sympathy. Christmas m.MYnts the result of my reference to her lack audience. He looked them all over partment, a Household and a ChilSpecial attention giviPf officer Kelley, , "But," remarked of polished manners? I was about to carefully and solemnly and then dren's Department, Office.' next dtn&VtJ a Veterinary collections. "had there been no rebellion Grant ' 'HL: stammer an apology when she turning to the audience said:" I want Column, to all of which every read- Bank of Hartford. would not have been a famous Gener- said, ;," you all to take a good look at the er is invited to contribute or ask 10O IWflBa at! Ktltlnna wtfktlt II eral, and but the tax on distilled spir' HUM. TfcVtUCooJOntllJ.n. J, S9J. '"Mr. Arnold I have come to say twenty-seve- n biggest liars in the questions for themselves about their its to pay Grant's expenses, Ellis Perry Westerfield, good-bye- . I must leave Elizabeth town stock, their crops, etc. It Is the State ofTennessee." Arnold would not be in Sing Sing." For Rate., Ticket and further InformaUoi., "I stared her in blank amazement, News. best family newspaper in the South call on any Agent of the C. O. &. S. W. R. R. "The cheaper the goods the greater 'Eusie where are you going if you are and the cheapest in the world only BCUOLS, T. B. LYNCH, JOHN the consumption," rejoined the WarFor ten years the desk calendar is- 50 cents a year, and every one who BeavkbDam, Ky. not with me?' GtN.MGR. GCN.PiS.Aaii den, evincing littir Interest in the "She sank upon a chair and half sued by the Pope Manufacturing sends 50 cents will get this Great HOTICK. early history of his prisoner. d.gufft. audible sobs were her only answer to Company has held a unique place Family Weekly one year and have a B.D.nmee I wiyr .Terr man and woman In lb TJnlt! "I didn't say that whisky did, but v among business helpers. Each dally chance to Win The GrAXffSr ate IRlrLjr O, my questions, llatai InUrtited Inofthe Opium and Whliky $5,000 Prize. No mrbooka on Utaaa offiaablla to bar. on tax upon it," remarked the w, Addr.il U. U. Wooll.y, Atlanta, tta. the "Finally my indignations over- leaf during that time has taught its guess will be counted unless accom. cer, wannine up at the lack of confi Box US, and ona will b i.nt joo fxaa. of the value of better panied by came my patience and with some quiet lesson 50 cents for a paper, and ataurtforA. 3Cxxtixc3c3r. dence displayed by the Warden. roads an,d outdoor exercise, and especi- both the guess and the money must warmth and harshno;s I said, 'woman Will practice in all courts of Ohio ''The fellow became troublesome ally the benefit ol bicycling 'The be sent at one time. Free sample and adjoining counties, Huperior explain the mysteri.. which surround (St. Louis Soutliwestern Ry.) on my beat about three years ago aud 1895, which is just issued, copy Court and Court of Appeals. sent on application. TO your strange conduct or leave my Colt as he presented some strange traits is even brighter than its predecessors presence forever.' It is best to send by P. O. Money lections and all legal business attend-e- d However, often I of character for a criminal, I took some in nppearence, as clever artist have Order. An order for less than to. Office 329 JE. Market St repented my harshness it sobered her $2.50 trouble to learn something ol his earadded dainty silhouette and sketch to costs only cents. disturbed senses, and she turned toLiberal terms to 3 THE ONLY LINE ly life; having him under arrest one contribuR. R. WEDDING agents. Write for particular and free wards me with perfect composure and the usuil wise and witty With through Car Service from night last winter, I inquired of him tions that have heretofore given this samples. Address said: Commercial v about his early life and his story prepopular calendar its charm. It can '"Mr. Arnold It is a matter of more be had for five 2 cents stamps from Appeal, Mpmpiu3, Tbnn. sents some features stranger than any Hartfoiid, Kt. We have made arrangements by importance than you may suppose, tho Pnne Ifnniil.irtnrinf Cnmmnv. fiction I have ever read." Will practice his profession in ajlftfa which we can send Tits .RepudliCan promise jne byt.HarttortrCOTir7orfroiirIir.Co. buUf you-wit "Would you like to' repeat it?" .ti'r'" " and the'CbmSeTSaT App"eal for $1 30 the 'COUrts 'Of'-you hold sacred that your lips shall lumbian bicycle agency. No cliango of Cars to quired the phlcquatic Warden, his counties. Also Notary Public n per year. be forever sealed, you shall know the Office, room 20, Hartford House.-- k cool indifference giving wAy to his " 4 People who have tried it, say that unhappy burdon that has marred my OH INTEKMEDITE POINTS. excited curiosity, Words come from all quarters that 1 life for the last three years and espe- therer is no better medicine for dysthe neatest and most satisfactory dye TO. "I shall take pleasure in repeating cially the last few weeks in this pleas- pepsia than Ayer's Sarsaparilla.lt may for coloring the beard a brown or it to you, Warden, and I hope it will ant home of my childhood.' Without not give one the stomach of an ostrich, black is TTftnHW AT Buckingham's Dye for the induce you to share my sympathy for but it so strengthens the alimentary for an answer she proceeded: Carrying through Coaches and the uuforunate criminal. In his own food Whiskers. Pullman Sleepers. Traversing the words as exactly as I can remember '"My father was a prosperous far- organs that digestion of ordinary Every family in Ohio county, mer until three years ago when he becomes easy and natural. flncit farming, grazing and timber he said: Hartford, Ky. "I returned to the parlor with re'I began life as a printer in should send to Williams & Bell Hartpractice lands. ' And reaching the most The Hartlerd Pbete Car. age newed interest in the mysterious became a memberof skeleton cave a Boston publishing house at the WILL courts oi his profeaeion in all Ohio and adjoining A. D. Taylor, the Beaver Dam Pho- ford, or to the drug store in yonr which is operated towns and cities in the stranger. She presented an appearof aa, four years later I became a without governmental supervisions at tographer, has located his Photo Car own town aud get a bottle of "Fibri-line- " counties and Court of Appeals. Specfor a Cincinnati daily paper. ance unlike any mortal I have ever1 Tastless Quinine. It will cost ial attention given to collections. My success was so phenomenal that seen. She was tall and slender, yet the head of Wellman's Canyon, about in Hartford and will make Pictures Office ever Carson & Co. Monday all day only 25 cts and is the best thing on three miles up the mountain, and here every Yeildiug at the end of the j ear I found myself no statute ever traced by a sculptor's father sent a messenger for me to- in the Hartford Photo Car. Mr. earth for children or any one else who FARMING LANDS. city editor ot the leading Cincinnati chisel was more graceful. Her dark abundantly all tho ccieals, corn and can't take bitter Quinine. daily. In the meantime I had under- luxurint hair fell loosely from her night for me to return immediately, Taylor will be fciund at his home cotton, and especially adapted to tho as Marshal Becker had sumraonded a gallery in'Beaver Dam balance of the 21 ERBatkYa taken and had half finished a work of shoulders in true mountain style. cultivation of small Irjila and early fiction Dec. 15th. Mr; D. A. Miller has entitled, 'A traveler from far Her eyes shown with a beamingly lus- number of deputies and trouble was time. We are glad to say he ranks HARTFORD, KY. Yegetables. up with the ablest Photographers in gone to Louisport on business. away Neptune,' describing how an tre, so charming and yet so repulsive expected.' Will practice his profession in the Aflortling Arctic explorer hud Tcached the north and I trembled for my fate with GRAZING LANDS. work guaranwife of Fords-vi- ll the State. First-clas- s Mr. Willie Ford and "'But you must never return to this courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. excellent pasturage during almost the pole nud found magnetic currents are visiting her father Mr. R. T. Careiuj attention, given to all business beautiful queen of the Cumberland that chilly dungeon, Eusie, 1 will teed. Bruner, ol Pellville. entiro year, and comparatively close entrusted to him. Office in Repubto all the, planets and how by mountains. Her voice was so sweet employ the carriage and we will start "When beauty comes he takes it; If there is none he makes it." Mr. Dndly Voyles and Miss Bettle lican Building. to tho great market an easy and rapid transit he had vis- and musical that it reminded me again for the North at once.' Hefner were Married at the brides, TIMBER LANDS. Covered with ited our father's neigbor in thcplane-tor- y ol the long forgotten strains with "'Mr. Arnold,' said she, 'with the Williams & Bell Hartford, Ky. sell system, and returns fo describe which my now sainted mother had air of a stem parent reproving his "Pomroys Vermifuge" the great real-- , parents Nov,,28Jh almost inexhaustible forests of yellow Mr. Joe Burdette. near here was pine, cypress and tho hard woods the strange habits and customs of lulled me to sleep in the happy days thoughtless child, you little underedy forchildrenand guaranteed every leading posts when the horses became alThe part of my childhood. And whether she stand the circumstances which common to Arkansas and Eastern those far away people. bottle, remember it always saves the Texas. ready written had been submitted to came down from heaven or came up you T We could no more leave children" and cost only ascts per frightened and ran away running 2(1 Can be procured on reasonable and some of the best literary critics, who out of the earth, I at onced renounced here together thanone could escape over his body and lived about half an bottle. advantageous terms. unanimously agreed that it was the my lord of freedom and became her from a ship in midocean, . No detechour. Mr. Burdette will be very best production of the day, and would willing slave. tive ever shadowed a crook more When you go to trade and want much missed in the community. All llacaconnrel Willi mid finvetick place me easily in the first ranks of Miss I.ula Floyd was the guest of "When Becker returned lour days closely than T1 have been watched bargains, take a copy of the The Reeta on aalovlft lb cf the Western later he expressed surprised at finding since I came here. They would nev- publican and select a merchant who Miss Hallie Miller Sunday. the fiction-writeaTaWaRiBiaaaaaaaajaaBwaejRej hemisphere, Miss Nannie Moseley who has been k me so ceeetful amid such tough sur- er n bearer of that terrible secret, the has an advertisement in it, and you , y 2J "The arduous duty of the city edit- roundings. I hastened to tell him of divulging of which would mean con- will always get bargains in whatever teaching school at this place has gone aik yourueareai, xiukui ivgcui iui or, coupled with my writing efforts to the new comer to the village and the fiscation of property and imprison- line he handles. Our advertisers are home to spend Saturday and Sunday. "-I HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. maps, timo tableg,"e!c., and write to publish my story at the earliest pos- mutual attachments that had sprung ment of person, escape from their reliable business men, and you will VJ Mr. Bud .Crony and family came up any of thb following for all informs survllanee.' Is prepared to do any and allkinqy. sible moment, told rapidly upon my up between'us " always find their stores check full of Thursday from Power's to attend the tion you may desire concerning the health, and in July, 1868, my physiof Dental Operations Prices tajet "tV. "Overcome with disappointment at the freshest aud neatest goods no fnueralof Mr. Joe Burdette- -i "Be careful, Ellis," said he with a rip to the Great Southwest. cian advised a trip to some secluded reproving nod, "devils in pettycoats a final seperation from my idol I sank old stock. They can't keep an old They are having a splendid debase reasonable. OfScctorer. WiliMms A V W. A. McQUOWN, rural' community and a few weeks of are not uncommon in these parts. upon a chair and burried ray face in stock and advertise in The Repub- at Walnut Grove now of Friday ''Bell's Drag.ttoref. ., .erBBBBBBt'U 4U :::. ,.,,,,. .... Dis't Pass. Agt., Louisqille, Ky. absolute rest. At that time my cousnights. mysur-rounding- s Adieu. lican. "aaW-.- .' Keep your counsel or some of us will my hands, half conscience of in, Warren Becker, was a United E. W. LaBEAUJttE I heard light footsteps in have to pay the penalty of your inEvery body knows that the con 9,000, for SO Cental . G. P. & Tkt. Agt., St. Louis, Mo. States Marshal, located at Glencastle, discretion." the room, I could not or did not raise Hlflin frtf liMltfi -r .tnr la vrtrnhtyrar - ., aw Do you want it You stand an cqua -a small village at the base of the Cum""V ,risj. my head, a slam of the door awoke J. A, EDSON, chance with any one te get it and when the stomacUirlrver, ana noweu "The rocks of ages might be shakberland mountains, in East TennesINx. fBBaBamflaHa me from my reverie. I looked about Gen'l Supt., Texarkana, fa Euhere is how it may be done; The are disordered, jfatanfch casea. head- see. I arrived in Glencastle late in en but my implitit confidence in me but I was a lone, Eusie had sie never will. Day after day we Weekly Commercial Appeal, in order ach, indigestion, and constipation are the Afternoon, July 4th. The landlagone. I hurried down stairs and out dy at the village informed me that wandered about the beautiful valley into the street, but she was gone, lost to secure the largest circulation of the result; for alwhich ailments gathered beautiful flowers that any weekly in the South, offers a proper remedy is Ayer Becker would be at the inn in the and in the inky darkness of the night. I bloomed in abundance along the sparkrum. 0 prize o( the magnificent sum of early evening, so I told her lo send to my room and paced to and -- BBBa1 & XBBBsVa77wn BisaaajSj T,ling streams that came down from returned in cash to the subscriber gitAr Wanted, him to my room immediately upon fro in a fever of excitement; that the the mountains, and queer pebbles ing nearest the number of bales of Everybody to know that Proves achis arrival. I had hardly gotten COPYRIGHTS. idol of my life should leave me withCAN I OBTAIM A PATENT f?t. quainted with my new surrounding, that had been ground down many out a parting word, without hope of cotton received in Memphis frori Tastless Chill Tonic is guaranteed to OFFICE OVER RED FRONT years ago, but all the efforts of nature when a, 'how are you old boy,' rang" meeting again, was strange unac- September 1, 1894, to May 15, i8$J; Cure Chills and fever, Lagrippe Bad axparlMio. la th patmt buaigf. Coaantaslaa. Is'prepared to do all kinds of with its flowers and birds, murmer-inMon. Mi1lr oannduitlal. A llandb..k ofla. Colds & a, or your money will be in my ears; it was the familiar voice countably staange. I returned to my as follows: If correct or nearest zoraauon oonoarnmc.i'acaaia ana sow to oo. Dental work S reasonable prioes. brooks and funny skies, were a tbaaa a.nt fra. Alto a nataloraa OX Bllonw guess is received in the refunded in every instance. Sold by i table to destroy the unfinished letter the correct ..ii..v:.Lrr.iir'" lOkrttatfa INI.IUU0 HWUHHI liann A thrnu.b r ink powerless to disrobe her mind of s. r gets cosh $5,006, William & Bell, Hartford Ky. i U Ul T i Docioainiaa BMiaatias jaa a rleaa, art HEALTHY CHILDREN to my aunt, when to my surprise, month of.October, It kw ara kroofbt wi4.lrbajcr.th uwicm. "TWm 3L come from Deautny strange indescribable secret, which If In November, , it gets in cosh i van rem inTanwr, inia aaa waaklr. ajMranur lllaatfax mothers Ana enveloped her life.' I was awed with written upon my unfinished page in a Hartfohd, Kentucky, If in December, it gets' lnr cash mothera will suNoa M. anr taiatmaa i beautiful feinenine hand, a cheerful a raar. himh b healthy Wonder that this pure, innocent child If in January, 1895, it gets in" aMlUoo. aaoaaif, .3,000, note which ran: If thay'll taka Or. laanta. Brarr Builder Heron's Favorite of the mountains would keep from cannot meet cosh $2,000, If in February, 1895, it "M. 'I'Mydear Eliis-..!!! Proioripilon. me the secret that so timidly butdon-e- d gets in cash 1,500, If March, 1895, equal Nothing con VSFK again except in Skeleton Cave, and her heart. It caused her confusion !t In building up a. it gets in cosh 1, 000, If in April, it Will draw drafts from a sice, aest womw'trBgttk but it was not of shame, and that not then upon condition that you make it gets in cash 500, The contest closes cosy cottage up to a fine tro story your permanent abode, if you accept SSBIMM her Mtund tuaeOW, ud ta for herself, but rather of fear, fori April, but the nearest guesa first house. Will draw plans free ef conditions answer gentle raps at your in careful ettiasatei charge. Will & received will be awarded the prize. noticed that she courted the attention, door night at . twelve oTwt all kinds of buildings, and rsesof faMfr i deas of atiltfcrbkx, As a guide for making a guess, the , of my' cousin, whose fondness of her; o'clock. EYE twenty-fiv- e al old bous8t ' Motto-"L- ive EusiB.' wek,MriB mother, and proMes m kcarceiyf lesi 'ardent than receipts in for years. Uptoi the 15th society, was afteat eavnew Cf neaneBTen,f V7 (To be continued.) leillY" ' Vk e tarlAM-aetag-, a tmie, i of May, 1891,707,090 bales) ppto sootWac sad fimdng nerVine, aai swanm-- my own, yet that sle'hated Kim with I.XieiaTieaillT for wejMM'a Oat mw ummm, all the 15th of Ma, 1892, 45,338 bales. of tar nature was a, Jeaea' Itovlval aTelhee. OUT Oil CC ft . la eerr, ekraeta '' fepaje .eenpUiM" er ( HpTWCi BJ5 An amusing incident occurred at' Up, to the 15th of May, "1893, 410,585 j. was quit weii ac-- t If you suffer front.Heartbarn, Sick mis Mica "Of . a.jiaae.lkai jinataY T ! - qna'la, close of Sam Joaee' sermon at baleSv Up to the 15th 'of May, ,1894, Headache, Soar Stowach, Iaidlgeatioai fT From ;;bV mdaaeiiy after the T f"Wf,"T Stepping 474.351 bales, Up to the 15th of May, Dyspepsia 'or Constipation, call at fferrVfc 'WW saw to umbhwuc Mater mea Pulaski3. the othe 'I'.1 day. aai a i. , . S. w g C a Williams, &Bell Dni'j Store free samiwaini bis Ay5t ,4mji w,mjw W- ws m WfrtXt jooking gueu lor this Great Cash Prise yoa- - ple bottle of Powers Liver-Ca- r fwfcofi fewter ' Ht i - .. ...a m- xjtrCvj,'. t.1!,. fc ceUftrayW it never frlU to.ctfc .ilbaWpaily Vftt ityty, rt; 'v. "$'j.iA ' '1 - surren-- . yetjrAt thU.point a voice from as .. jyejrtudy side "Come great revivalist said: "I want all the women in this crowd who have not spoken a harsh word or harbored an an unkind thought toward their husbands for a month past to stand up." One old woman, apparently on R!K Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S.'Gov't Report OWENSBORO, KY. Will practice his profession in Daviess and adjoining couutics Special attention given to collections. Office, Bank of Commerce- - Building. Jne.aj. tilenn, LAWYER; GLENN & WEDDING,' J. S, R. Weddl J "W ILVH-TIj- E, s,l v-- y ABSO-JLTEL- Y PURI Lbcjow . vewaAVeBe?M EXCURSION. HALF RATES trj "y rir. dla-iu- Cotton Belt Route Arkansas, Texas to mcc w, pro-perous Two Daily TrAiys t J he seemed to know wnprWMiWanted, for he reached for hiJbirtyijLsaid: 'Be careful, Arnold, don't stroll about the mountains alone, a stranger in these parts is usually taken for a revenue officer without and infrequently disp-tdthe formalities of a ffeBeVfrjv "I may not return for a few day," half whispered as he closed the door after him. "I must confess that the prospects for a happy stay were not inviting. I spent the next day within the corporate limits of the village, if in fact it had any corporate limits I began to plan an escape from this heaven forgotten wildlands and that at the earliest moment, in fact I would have never seen the second sunset in for to see Becker again. Long before the sun had settled the western horizon I was safely housed within the walls of the village1 inn. Early in the evening I dropped into the kind of parlor a motley crowd to be sure, but I was determined to learn something of mountain society. About 9 o'clock a new comer arrived in the person of a young lady, appearantly a former resident of the community, for she was readily recognized by every one present with many exclamations ot surprise. As soon as nn opportunity presented itself I asked my landlady. with whom I wa3 getting upon the best of terms, who the new comer was and whyshe caused such a ripple of excitement among her guests." "Why law me, stranger, that's Eusie Iugranc, old Joshua Ingrane's daughter. - The 'lrtgrancs leffthese parts one night about three years ago and nobody ever knew what became of them. We thought that they might have gone off on the wind, as it was rather blustery the night they left. We have never heard a word from them since, till Eusie came in of forwarftrveme" ofsixty,, stood up. "yotu HARTFORD, KY. subscription to the Weekly Commer(Offlce, OTr Anderaon' Baaaar.) cial' Appeal. One dollar will get two Will practice their profession in alt guesses and the paper for two years, the courts of Ohio and adjoining coun f and for $2.00 the paper to five sub ties, and court of Appeals. Special scribers, with five guesses. Old sub- attention given collections. Alte scribers can take advantage of this Notary Public for Ohio count offer and have a guees and their time ,.r'm LAWYERS, V -- oneyari,XhosfrjRfibipg j . "'-- .TW-en,-..-.. IT msri ',' Attorneys at Law Glen,-castleb- ut sob-bing- ly t.' Attorney at Law. free-for-a- ll ttorneys t-ya- or Attorney at Law, -- ll H. BARlVEf f UW Great Southwest. ACtl, Jo. B. ROGERS, Attorney at Law; gi -- -- J. R. PIRTLE sur-sou- flggglK BBSeT Int Cotton Belt Route ,..,.. .. ?-- rs HI II DENTIST J ... a ;4 "" .- .. .' mi fi. wttsTH 1 .2 iajgggflgeBk. - M KJH"9kBTsl W 'a'aw $5,-00- DENTIST. g, o, M. 75f w ear-tal- We you get the New York G.&tmtsr i&i Remember Tribune iTUUR'S B0 Republican and The ; both for one yetir, for one dollar and OINTMENT i tW-actrbit- y m w yi XMWtoZ"!!t&Mmc' ft!?! e, ha tent, H TOIsMKa fJni - ...: w: .. a ne ,,.- i-- 7 1 0iMt :"?. affTCtf Mi4mMiiLi irK !:- memmsA S'- tfirfftis!fliB r t t AEX i mm !"- - J J II. .& 1" Trr, V' '5 ,U n ',-- ' T ilUI PnTW TTTCZU in r i ti itwi' iWf LILlllfllUU'lUi mwifn fci rnrMjr HHIHiUia, jm rM I J' WMElit. a vaui bh 'v ki.E.ia . M a cncBk HN TSKrr-Vf e. r A J I IMM II li III IW f nv nw.UBFmiBUiA:griimiiHni(; " li In I ' fiJiallHllH fl rf i t " '.. r I "' k V i Vktle kAms M&. m W& mt UBRS MAO n3VA38 I . n ., rnmnriTT- -i .. i n """ -. Among tho many liberal offers human nature, "cue can, perliaps, ture snow field. A sheet is the best 11 FOR BRAfcLEY. material to stretch down.andit should contained in our clubbing list, per- meet more different .people In the , have tacked over it bits of raw cotton il tips uono merits more favor than street, but they are mere ''passers-byPUBL1SUKD EVKUY FIUDAY MOItNINO tho ouc comprising Tun IIki'Uhi.ican and do not show their natures lu.pes, Our Loban on Correspondent with here and there a piece of tinfoil iXAH A. AXnGRNON ...Proprietor. and ScmUWcckly to give the effect of glittering snow. plans, sorrows or desires as they do X ouy h 1118 jcina 01 me juib- II. ROF.R.H.. .Klllor. On this should be placed a big sleigh. . triot is Solid for both ono year for 81.50. Three pa- when they come to the newspaper Big sleighs are not found in abundoffice with a mission. Nor nre the Friday, DncKMDKR ai, 1894. pers a week lor ono year for bo small Bradloy. ance in every household, of course, people in the street easily assorted a sum is indeed a very liberal offer, but the households which have no Subsoribors Take Notice and ono to which not only old sub- into appropiate classes, nor, on the "v-sleighs will have to depend upon the other hand, do they exhibit the indiLebanon, Ky., Dec, 7. 94 Having Dotorminod to Discontinue Do you owe us any subscription? scribers but new ones should respond. Things have settled down to a nor viduality that they reveal when they Christmas tree. The thelcading paper are met In a newspaper office. Take mal condition in this end of the dis- children's gifts sbculd be packed If bo, please send or bring it to us. ThoOotc-Ucmoeraf- is in We need it. cash west of tho Mississippi and its fiold is for instance, the hour between 7 and I trict, aince the Republicans have car- the oleigh and some one should be We have to pay so nearly central to tho great Missis8 o'clock last Sunday night, in that ried pretty much everything before prepared to act as Santa Claus on for everything. In fact, it takes lots sippi Valley as to render it almost a time some fourteen people dropped in them, but we will hardly be off" with Christmas morning and distribute the Wo of monoy to run a newspaper. necessity. Let tbc subscriptions como to see the man presiding over the the old one before wc are on with the load of presents. The shafts should are now, and have been, sending in. office on original business. To begin new. Having elected Lewis so hand- be wound with ground pine and bells some statements to our subscribers. was a sharp business man somely we will now be called upon to should be attached, so that the tradiJudge James F. Carson has been with.thcre . who had matters pertaining to a big nominate Bradley for Governor and tional Santa Claus jingle will be Don't wait to receive a statement, but appointed Chairman of tho County business dispute to unfold and urge likewise elect him. The way has been heard. examine tho label on your paper and Committee of tho Bureau of Informahis contention in the case. He was opened up in our district, by the mag"An enormous hollow log the tee what you owe and send the tion and Immigration organized at a man that could smoke as many 10 nificent race made by Mr. Lewis, for Yule log in appearance, if not in rePer Louisvillo about two months ago. cents cigars in a day as he pleased, a fuller and more complete victory ality mny he nnothcr receptable for amount to us without delay. A papier mache log with adhaps your account is small, but we The State is thoroughly organized by and was interesting himself in the next year in the district than even he gifts. ! Congressional Districts, and among matter just for the novelty of it. won. justable top is the most convenient so many of these small accounts have There is no reason why the Repub- log for this purpose. other things it is proposed to list all Another visitor was an Arab merWhen the top that they Boon make big ones. See saleable lands and publish same. To chant in a small way, who came to licans can't hold their own in this has been lifted and the presents have to it that you do not get a dun. e do this money is needed and Ohio see if the paper had received any tid- district and make further gains next been distributed the log It it true. Montgomery was may be burned in regulation style. Remember, when you pay up for county has been assessed 878.42 as ings of a murder of a friend of like year. "A row of little wooden shoes set Tiie EEruDLiCAN and one year in ad- her pro rata of the exponso fund. nationality in the woods of Larue weak, but he appcarednotto be weakGerman style Judge Carson is well fitted for tho county. He incidentally delivered er than his party. The outlook at in good, vance you will receive the New about the fire is an excellent substiposition and will make an efficient of- himsglf of a valuable story in connec present from a careful and conservaYork Weekly Tribune or the Louis- -, tion with the occurrence. Again, tive estimate is, that "honest Watt tute lor the customary row of stockHo will bo ficer for the Bureau. ville Weekly Commercial one year there was a blind newsboy, who Hardin" will easily win the Demo- ings dangling above it. It is a pretty pleasod for parties inteiestcd iu the cratic nomination idea to have the variover "Granger Christmas-lik- e Free. By all means, if you owe us success of the scheme to contribute to cams to repeat the story of his and crave reading notice on Clay" and there is plainly a determious presents arranged in a snow-dri. on subscription, pay up, the expense fund. the strength of the anniversary of nation on the part of the people to pile. All the gifts are arranged in : mm m ring: and gMz to white boxes, down the old his affliction. Among' others iru have imitation Good Reading Free. The Republicans of Kentucky prominent politician, who dropped which "honest Watt" is recognized snow in the which of sprangled of form raw Besides giving our patrons one of know their business and all the Demcotton tacked over their lids and in to discuss the lastest gossip of pol- as belonging. the best papers in the State, we have ocratic editorials about Mr. Bradley's itics and offer suggestions pertaining Marion county will take no back- sides. Bits of holly are stuck in, and made arrangements by which we will being unpopular with tho masses, all to the topic of the hour. Then there ward step and will give Bradley a the whole lot is piled loosely in one the Democratic counting and pulling was an cough, who wan- good majority and let the heavy Re- comer. The amount of fun which the send either one of the following paof the would-blittlo booms of other ted to tell what prison lite was like, publican counties of Ohio, Grayson little people extract from the appearpers together with The Republican Republican candidates are of no his experience being bright in his and Breckinridge, see to it that their ance of the pile and from the search for the price named. Remember when avail. valMr. Bradley is the mau for mind by reason of having just come good majorities are held, if not in- for their own particular boxes more you pay up for The RnrunuCAN and Governor, and nobody is more painWe are all for Bradley in than pays for the difficulty of arrangout. Then there was a woman who creased. one year in advance you are entitled fully aware of that fact than the wanted a society note in the paper this end of the district and presume ing the snow-drift.- " m to one of these papers at the price Democratic leaders themselves. In next day. Hardly had she left when that he will meet with no serious opV Catirrh is a constitutional disease, infact tho Democratic leaders are alraid a man appeared with notice of a wed- position in the nominating convennamed: conjtitution-a- l Hood's Sarsaparilla is a ding that was to occur the next day. tion. 1. New York Weekly Tribune . . $1.35 of Bradley and his manly, magnetic remedy. It cures catarrh. Give it I have read the Picsident's MesA man who has no known occupaLouisville Weekly Commercial . 1.25 leadership and power with the peo sage. I always read his messages and a trial: y'i He is popular,not only with tion came in with the tale of a cutHome and Farm 1.25 ple. affray which he wanted to see in always like to read them. Hike them ting LawlemaneM nl Owensboro. Weekly Courier-Journ1.75 the Republican party, but with the Wednesday's Messenger has the print, because he had happened to better the shorter they are and thereThey 1.50 masses of the people generally. witness it. The description of all fore I like his last one the best of all following to say of a dastardly outCosmopolitan Magazine 2.25 recognize in him a man of the people, the visitors and their business would He confines a very large portion of rage committed at Owensboro: Commercial Appeal 1.30 with sterling ability and unflinching "An outrage was committed about be almost interminable in number his last message to our foreign affairs Address all orders to devotions to tho interests of the great and variety." yet there is scant information to be 5:45 yefcterdav afternoon, near the O. . The Republican, Commonwealth. Bradley's candidaderived from it and very little of in- and N. and "Texas" railroad cross-ingstore-hous- e Hartford, Ky. 8100 Rennrtl 8100. cy for Governor will strike terror to which is as yet uncqualed in the Much that was left unsaid m The readers of this paper will be terest. the hearts of the Frankfort ring and pleased to might have been said, and occupying local annals of crime in beastliness "Santa Claus is comin'," is the le.irn that there is at least exulting cry oi a hundred million will awaken a popular enthusiasm one dreaded disease that science has smaller space than the matter given and brutality. 'Will Girvin, an eighteen year old second to none in the history of the been able to cure in all its stages, and us, been far moreinterest and 3teMed kids. It's idle to talk of anybody that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure more inmormation than the dull de- boy, was horribly maltreated by two State. If William 0. Bradley is elected else for the Republican nomination is the only positivecure known to the tails given. If our foreign policy tramps. He was walking up the had only lacked in brilliancy, that we "Texas" track and when near a pile Governor of Kentucky in '95, as he lor Governor. Ohio county now medical fraternity. Catarrh being To have it, how- of logs, where the men were sitting, could have borne. will be, he'll he elected Vice Presi- places him in nomination, pledging a constitutional disease, requires a ever, not only a miserable failure, but one of them threw a coat over his dent in '9G. 1 Hall's Cahim her unanimous strength in the constitutional treatment. i marked with stupidity, ignorance and head and both seized him. He was Convention and 00 majority at tho tarrh Cure is taken internally, acting Bradley is the logical Republican us wish, with Mr. then carried into a box car and chlodirectly upon the blood and mucuous dishonor it makes candidate for Governor next year. polls. Before the portion took surfaces of the system, thereby de- Wattcrson, that the whole nauseous roformed. All this talk about other candidates matter might go to grass, and that effect, one of the men, while the othstroying the foundation ol the disHeller lor Itae Itallrondi. is so much wind thrown away. was in the Chinese army er sat on the boy's head, inserted a The pooling bill passed by the ease, and giving the patient strength Gresham where the Japs might get a chance at long knife into the boy's rectum and House is designed, as Mr. Reed by building up the constitution and Frank Crisswell, a farmer living shows, to refief the railroads of an assisting nature in doing its work. him. Had the President attempted worked it back and forth so as to cut near Martin, Ky., was bitten by a embarrassment that prevents them The proprietors have so much faith in to throw some light, by way ol justifi- - slit three and half inches long in the cow with hydrophobia on the 4th, from rendering the bes.t service to the its curative powers.that they offer One tion, on his action in sending Willis flesh and lacerating the bowels very and he now has the dieeasoand is not people, and at the same time pro- Hundred Dollars for any case that it on accredited minister to the Dole badly. The villians then committed Government at Hawaii and at the the loathsome crime of sodomy upon expected to live. Send for list of testitecting and promoting their own in fails to cure. The boy was left unconscious same time the bearerof secret instruc him. terests. It authorizes different and monials. Address, F. J Chenev & Co , Tole- tions to enter a conspiracy to over- in a pool of blood, where he was Is the Commercial Club dead or competing lines to enter into writen do, Ohio. 19 11110 throw that Government, it would found a short time afterward by his only, sleeping? If dead it is indeed a contracts for a division of their earnSHERIFF'S SALE FOR TAXES. brother. He was taken home and have been highly interesting. still Corps, if only a sleep how pro- ings, subject to the approval of the There is a humorous side ol the Dr. J. P. Heavrin was called to atWhere is Interstate Commerce Commission, found must be that sleep. By virtue of Taxes due me from President's Message probably not ob- tend him. At midnight the boy waa Gabriel who can arouse it to its and m akes such contracts legally the Globe-Democr- at for 1894,1 will served by the careless reader. With in a precarious condition, but with binding. This simply means stabiliformer life and vigor. careful nursing will probably recover. a Tariff Bill for revenue only, furnishOn Monday, Jan. 7, 1895, (serai-weekly- ) ty and uniformity in rates, and the ing a revenue that runs regularly be- For several hours he suffered excruChristmas, the jolliest of all jolly prevention of those contests which At about a o'clock p. m., offer for hind about 800,000 each month of ciating pain and but not for anesthetimes, is almost hero and everybody demoralize the railroad business and sale for cash in hand the following c. End at our current expenses, he recommends tics could not have stood the agony. feels the inspiration its annual reinjuriously aflect all kinds of trade. The Memphis Commercial Appeal land for the amount due: "The men were recogized by the that other articles paying revenue be has the following to say: sources brings. May all our readers As the matter now stands, there is No. acres. Value. Tax. " He is a won- boy as two had loitered about spot all placed on the free list. death of Bowen, the Arnold, Wm. C. . . 3751,000 $11.80 no assurance that the rates of "With the have a pleasant, happy time and live As a literary treat day reading papers. A thorough in derful President. and a knockout blow of Arnold, W. W. . . 50 350 will be the rates of to enjoy many more. 4.48 consideration, is vestigation convinced the police that the message under Lavigne's fist in New Oilcans Friday Ourcli, Nancy II. .194 970 11.55 thus there is an element of constant not unlike his fotmcr ones whether they were men who worked a few night, there Blown, Rich. T. town lot 50 A courLE of precincts iu Marion uncertainty in Commerce which is conies an end of prize.55 those he addressed to Congress, or his days last week at the wheel factory fighting in this country. It will no Brown, Sam Q . He v.J. R. Cr'tnrord nrnlgnii. county owe a railroad tax, it seems, detrimental alike to the railroads .740 1,500 16.73 The Ownsbo'.o Messenger has the epistolary communication intended and were paid off Monday. These longer be tolerated any where The Bell, David heirs . 170 1,000 11.85 and the people are resisting the collec- and to their patrons. Experience following to say regarding a young for that body. Is it we have no "in- two men, giving their names as Kel- science of pugilism has been develop- Bray, Henry has demonstrated that unrestricted 16 115 tion. They arc making life thrite minister who is very popular with nocuous" descntude, or "communism ly and Smith, stopped at the St Fran-ci- s competition among railroads is sure ed to the point of discovering that a Bridges, Geotge . . 50 400 5.9 miserable for Blackwell, the collechotel and spent Monday night iu our people, having preached here a of pelf," but we have "retarded by by discriminations in blow upon the apex of the chin is Brown, J 106 700 997 Tho outcome will bo watched to be attended tor. great many times: "Rev. J, R. Craw- jealous rivalries ofselfish distrust." drinking heavily. Last night they favor of large shippers at the expense more nearly fatal than any other. Brown, Geo. K. heir 32 100 3.00 with interest. ford has tendered his resignation as That is a good one. And can mark, as were seen on the railroad. They did practice it Bell, Tom R. ot small ones, and in favor of centers Therefore, 340 1,000 11.80 pastor of the Cumberland Presbyterit were, but Grover is getting to be a not return to the hotel. killed Bennett.Gco, & sister 20 Fitzsiuimoas assiduously. of distribution at the expense 60 3, 60 PERiurs three men bo ill prepared "Unsuccessful efforts were made to ian church, to take effect April i, back number. C J. Riordan in this way a few weeks ago, Ellis, Luther C. points. It is easy to say 30 75 3.70 their jobs never to "hold down" get blood hounds, bytelegraplung for 1895. He has been offered work in and now Lavigne has killed Bowen . DM ton, W. II. . this should not be so, but the 6.95 190 Ilnlen lor Ilollilny. 500 tinkered with the peopled interest at that them, to trace the wretches. Searchmust the synodical field in Tennessee at a R. R. Co. will As a consequence the Dempsy-Rya- n JLMTIS, 111 The L St. L. & T. . lact exiits, nevertheless, and aoo 3.90 ing parties with the police scoured material increase in salary, and to the same time as are the trio commatch has been called off" in defer- Davis, W. J make rates of one fare for the round be considered as a leading factor in 100 50 3.00 the town and vicinity. accept this he resigns. He has had posed of Gresham, as Secretary ol ence to public sentiment, nnd there Ford, Jas. W. trip between all stations on its line the problem. 40 240 4.4o charge of the Cumberland Presbyter-ic- n "John Girvin, a brother to the vic- is only the remotest probability that Farlelgh, State; Carlisle, as Secretary of the There is no reason to believe that during the holidays. Rates be effec- tim, knew Jas. S. . . 130 2,700 38.50 church in this city about five the tile works was a sleep- Corbett and Fitzsimmons will ever Gray, J110. Treasury, and Wilson, as general pooling will result in higher wages. P. 3 town lots 200 tive on December, 2id, 23d, 24th and ing place for many tramps and donyears. He eame here when he was Tariff tinkerer. meet. Hence the chances are that Griffith, Clint 25th, and December, 30th and 31st, 146 It will not be in the power of the rail- quite young in 300 ned someold cloths and played tramp. the ministry, but Corbett will enjoy the distinction of iiackett, n C. et.al. 50 125 roads under this bill to fix rates at 1894 and January, 1st, 1895. He learned from the watchman at the Next week's papers will be full of their pleasure. Thecommission must proved himself equal to the respon -No Habcck, Lewis being the last of champions. 200 15 3.96 tile works that a man partially g ItluicliiK KolMJ tho accounts of Christinas quarrels, first be satisfied of the reasonable sibility of his undertaking from the govenor will now be induced, in view Howard, Geo. & Co. 100 400 6.15 In the ears, sometimes a roaring, first. Helms grown inhis profession, description of one of the of the shootings and killings in four of every ness of proposed changes in that rethe recent tragedies of the ring, Hodges, Jas. A. 13 75 2.75 buzzing sound, arecaused by catarrh, villians was asleep in the dry house. to allow a prize fight within hisState. Hudson, fivo of which whisky will play a con- spect, and it is authorized to annul a in the affections of his congregation, 60 John . . 150 3.30 And yet Hartford is cautract when convinced that the and in the community throughout that exceedingly disagreeable and He came back to town and informed The argument that pugilism is not Hackett, Frank F. .40 spicuous part. 50 3.45 his stay. He has done some notable very common disease. Loss of smell the police. Officers Hamilton and so dangerous as football no longer Jones, John . . . called upon to set the seal of her public is being wronged, or that the 89 6.00 445 pulpit work in Owensboro, While or hearing also result from catarrh. Hurt, followed by a small mob, thirst- holds good. The pugilists have be- King, Joseph . . commendation upon whisky traffic rates are in many sense contrary to 30 300 never sensational, he has been bold Hood's Sarsaparilla, the great blood ing for vengeance found the man de- come too skillful in knock-ou- t smashLee, James K. . . the rules of justice and fairness. This and direct in fighting the ope"iou. 150 900 12.30 successful scribed by John Girvin, and he was es that carry death with them. The Long, various forms purifier, is a peculiarly Newton . is ample protection against exorbi37 250 4.50 Anotaeu "man h- -i yielded up his tant charges of any kind of oppress of sin andean beproudof hisachieve-ment- remedy for this disease, which it arrested. He gave an unfamiliar brutality of the sport has according- McCarty, Juston 4.96 70 300 His church has prospered cures by purifying the blood. nsme.but was taken into custody. life a sacrifice to the brutal practice ion. When a contract is once made, ly, been emphasized rather than Mitchell, T. W. . . 300 I. OOO 11.80 "One oi the men, according to the mitigated, and the demand for its ' Hood's Pills are the best after dinand Bowen the roads concerned will have to abide more than ever before during his Lavigno of Masterson.Pat 2 town lots 200 3.90 pastorate. It be with much regret ner pills, assist digestion, prevent victim's discription, was a short, suppression finds additional justificaQuast & Co. . . . 80 fought at New Orleans tho 15th. by its terms, whereas all present ar500 6.95 heavy-se- t Owensboro will give up Mr. Crawman, wearing a light over- tion." constipation. Sanders, Wm . 1 town lot 150 3.49 Bowen was "knocked out" by a blow rangements of that kind can be broford and his charming wife as citi coat. The other was tall, wore a Smith, Thomas . . 92 500 6.93 from the effect of which ho died in a ken without incurring a legal penalCall on Watkins for a good, easy dark, long overcoat and had a bandFarewell lo ihel'tirUfmnaTree. Stinnett, Jnmes ty. It is not to be doubted that most zens." 6.40 77 450 This is the second man few hours. The New York Wrld says the age over his left eye. The man ar- shave or a nice hair cut. Simmons, Chas. S. 150 1,000 11.85 in a mouth to loso his lilo in this of the railroads now in the hands of oller. Christmas Tree will be supplanted and rested wore the bandage and answerSmith, W. W. . . . 182 700 receivers were placed there mainly by 8.89 We hold for collection nil notes and offers the following as a substitute: manner. ed in every particular the description butucriana, A. C . 100 250 4.50 the sort of co mpetition which this accounts of Dr. J. 15. Pendleton. "The Christmas tree is to be sup- of the tall man, save that his overTaylor, Mrs. Ella M.ioo 400 5.92 Are you going to drink any liquor bill is intended to stop. It is not to Persons indebted to him will please planted this year. The mothers of coat was not long. Taylor, Dr. Silas . . 32 100 the interest of the public to have cad and make best settlement they 3.00 Going to get during Christmas? agithe land and aunts and grown-u"That portion of the community Taylor, Alfred . . . 200 300 agencies so operated can. 4.98 drunk? It so, go homo shut yourself these important sters have said: 'Go to, now; we will that had heard of the nasty outrage Tooney, J. R . . . 100 aoo .3.95 There as to bring on bankruptcy. McHknry. Tavwu & 2iti backyard and sail in. devise somethfng new. For lol these last night was thoroughly aroused in up myourowu Vanmeter, W. S . .188 1,009 11. 81 can not be satisfactory facilities of many years have our rooms been indignation, and if it had been cerAnd if you do get drunk crawl into transportation where the conditions Voyles, Andrew P. . 53 150 3 49 Awarded littered with evergreen spikes; these ofyour own chicken coop, or mudholo, invite such a result, and it is desiraWard, Daniel Hlghwt Honors World's Fair. many winters past have our arms tain the right man was caught the 30 90 2.90 ficers might have had trouble iu landDon't got out on the ble, therefore, that the roads be allowor slop barrel. Wilson, John S. . . 101 500 6.94 ached from tying impossible cherubs ing him in prison. streets or anywhere eleo, where you'll ed to manage their affairs according Ward, Joseph . 8 40 at impossible heights; these many "At a late hour the man was taken raise a row. Wells. Wm. B to safe and practical methods, and 38 200 Christmases has the department to the Girvin house on Lewis street, Dunkhort, Heniy . . thus to be able to perform the best 1,200 13.76 dreaded the union ot lighted candles but was not identified. He was thereHughes, W. IJ. 3 town lots 10 The Hardinsburg lAader is tho service at properly adjusted rates. 3.10 We will have fore released, the police meanwhile and dry branches. t. Shook, Wyley ' Ap of of a new Republican paper 200 50 something new.' continuing the search." Deanebela Coal Co . . 35,100 333.20 hed at Hardinsburg by the v "Two things are certain about the Tlie people we flee Credited by $63,00 P" Wishing Company, It is a novelty, whatever foim it may take. r sheet; its articles are crisp and The Louisville Commercial has eviWe are better prepared than ever 1893. i wsy It will not seem so appropriate as the to do your Job Work, and guarantee been imposed upon, as you will nV) the point; the mechanical depart-- y dentlyfrom the following taken from Rowe, J. E. 1 town lot 1,530 18.38 green tree, with its many legends, you satisfaction in quality and prices. infer Y; Dennefield Coal Co.-- . 30,000 122,42 tf'-.- v TAent is well executed and on the and it will not delight the children so Why go elsewhere when we can do that excellent Journal; Barnard, I. P. et. al. 6 town lots (he paper is a good one, a crcd- gaily-hunboughs. But just as good workandat lower prices? much as the & "In n newspaper office one may see 4.96 300 publishers and to the coun life. All kinds of people are met it will be novel, and that is what the Give us an order and be convinced, J. P. Stv w,. ty much success attend it and with, from the highest to the lowest, mothers and aunts and grown up sis. Sheriff Ohio County, Ky. MOST PERFECT MADE. d Breckinridge increase her and the diversity of characters met Take your butter, eggs, furs, &c, ters want. BEST TOR SHIRTS. and the Leader's subtcrip- - with in the space of only one hour is A pure Grap Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret One rather attructive plan la to fit ! to Hall Bros, and you will secure the ', . Dr. PrUx'M Ctmm, ataktaf Igjify from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. THf HttOTOI ft awn eo, own. inflafintlAlv w9 POB up a corner of the room as a mlnia- - highest price. worthy of attention from students r BWPMky MW BW tWBGapJp YEARS THB STANDARD, 11 ' ''" Hartford Republican , . . i, ...,. -- 1 nm i ii II 'IP Globe-Democr- at, BUSINESS N And to close out our entire stock consisting of CLOTHING make-believ- For Men, Boys and Youths, Gents Furnishing Goods, Ladies I mis-fortu- ft Dress Goods, Notions, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Hardware, Cutlery, Stoves, and many other things too numerous. tot - MENTION! e -- .... Globe-Dsmocr- (semi-weekly- .; ... s, -- 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 "We you need for the winter. also offer our and lot situated in the most business part of Fordsville for sale. Any one desiring to go into business cannot find a better location. For further information, call on or address HOCKER if f & TABOR, J Fordsville, Ky. J R The Republican and St Louis Tiie Republican and Home and Farm to-da- y for $1.50 per year, for subscribers who pay up and one year in advance. both one year for $1.25 in advance. Prlie-rifthUni- non-reside- tax-paye- .... ... 3" prize-fighte- ofen-termedia- te ans-werin- ... ... ... ... 3-- 5 s. prize-fightin- g. ... p Globe-Democra- '. mis CREAM DR Ivory 6oap It Floats j ... ... ... ... 3 BAKING POWMR g t ;. m """" iS- ? ,, i. it 40 Fwr vHgj dk? ' PAW." (A&, ASsdsMSS t 9U " RV ' , r7V5 BsWH 'l,i.'.r'f 'ir 5J X -- a . 7 i t v. sa s' THE STAR OF Mr. D. L. Johnson was in town yesterday. If you need a tiew Wrap, come to Carson & Co. Mr. S. D. Bishop, town yesterday. Render, was in at Fair Shines brightly in the business firmament. Everybody are buying Xuias goods Bros. & Co's. HOPE 1 . Finest line of handkerchiefs in town at Fair Bros. & C6'a. ' Mr. Alfred Hudson Iulsvllle yesterday. rcturneti , from Cofne to Carson & Co. it you need anything for Xtnas presents.' If you need Fruits, Candies nnd Nuts, come to Carson & Co. yti W . THERE IS EVERY REASON TO BELIEVE TflAT WE SHALL NOW SEE A Mr. (and Mrs. John J. McIIcnry went to Afton, Va., yesterday. Oysters, Celery and refreshments of all kinds nt.Carson & Co's. We have lots of N. O. Sugar Carsok & Co. for $1.00. Don't forget our stock of Handkerchief lor Xtnas. Carson & Co. Boys buy a nice Rocker for your mother, sister or sweetheart at Carson & Co. We have the prettiest and newest stock of Tics in town. Carson & Co. Mr. Charlie Westerfield, Louisville, will soend Christmas holidays tin . ? RETURN TO GOOD TIMES. r' experiment of uTZtttao A. For good fat bear meat call on Hall Bros. It is the finest and only 20 cents per pound. MAXSHTC linen, towels, dress Fair Bros. & Co's. Elegant assortment napkins, table scarfs, etc., at CHRISTMAS MSRR7. Fresh oysters served in any style day or night at Z;W'AYNBGRirriN &Bro's. Dolls, books, doll beds, chairs, in fact everything you want in Xmas goods at Fair Bros. & Co's. Mr. Luke Hatch'er and Miss Nancy McGill were married yesterday at the home of the bride, near town. Hall Bro3. are prepared to furnish you the very best meat, and everything is guaranteed to be the best. FAIR BROS. HOLIDAY & CO., Are right in the swim this season with Just received, a car load of new style Wall Paper. Call and see our line. Williams & Bell. If you want good Job Work, fice. some- thing nice, with the very lowest prices, call at Tub Republican OfMiss Emma Fair left Wednesday night for Middleburg, Ky., where she will visit friends and relatives for several weeks. CHEER. Fridav, DncBwnHR at, 1894. fr 7?C . Ad Adv Advc Adver Advert '... Advert! , A Advertis Advertise Advertise i ' Advertise in Advertise in t ' I Advertise in th Advertise in the Advertise in the R Advertise in the Re Advertise in the Rep Advertise in the Repu Advertise in the Rcpub Advertise in the Republ A'dvertfse in the Republi Advertise in the Republic Advertise in the Republic Advertise in the Republican For any and everything you want. A well written, neatly displayed advertisement in Tub Hartford on .the RKruBMCN is a finger-poin- t thoroughfare of business, ever pointing the wayfarer to your place of busTry one and be convinced. iness. Our circulation is very large, and our rates are as low as the lowest. Read our clubbing list, and select the paper you want and send or bring us the money. " Mr. Sam Lake, of near town, and Hall Bros, always have the best Miss Norah Nation, of Daviess county, were married at thebrides'shome meats. lost Sunday. Call on Perry Watkins for a goad J. Ney Foster, son of Mr. J. B. shave. Foster, the merchant, is visiting his Stop at the Commercial Hotel when grandparents, Rev. and Mrs. J. A. in town. Bennett, Beda. For anything in the Jewelry line, On next Thursday at the home of C. R. Martin. the bride, near town, Mr.W.J.Leisure Mr. W. C. Morton, Herrwood, was will be married to Miss Zoda McGill, at 10 o'clock, a. m. in Louisville Monday. We would call especial attention to Mr. H. O. Neel, Whitesville, was the article in this issue entitled, "A in town last Saturday. Queen of the Cavern," written by Mr. Miss Mary Taylor is visiting friends Jahn Henry Thomas, of Sulphur and relatives in Louisville. Springs, Ky. Bring on your Eggs and get 15 Subscribe for The Republican and cents per dozen. Carson & Co. get the best county paper published Prof. I. C. Hoover, Beda has movPay one year in in the State. ed witk his family to Beaver Dam. and we will send you one year For all kinds repairi ng watches, free either the New York Weekly clocks, Jewelry Call on C. R. Mar-ti- Tribune or the Louisville Weekly Commercial. nt -- i.'.- m m Hall Bros, want a few fat Hogs. Dressed Geese forsale at Hall Bros'. See Z. Wayne Griffin Bro for groceries, Take your Butter and Eggs to Hall Bros'. Go to Hall's for all kinds of fresh Meats. Call on 2. Wayne Griffin Bro. for Xtnas goods. Mr. L B. Stevens was in Louis- vllle this week. Mm ' AT It V .iL'-S- K If you want to get well, buy your drugs of Williams & Bell. Go to Hall Bros, brail kinds of fouls during the Holidays. Mr. James A. Brown, of. Greenville, i' if ' 'has been granted a pension. The Commercial Hotel is prepared to furnish the best of everything to eat, and the most comfortable quarters. You need go no further than the Commercial Hotel when you want a good place to stop. Everything first-clas- s. Rev. T. G. Fallen, of Hancock county, has been conducting a very He successful revival at Prentis. left for his home Tuesday, but the pastor wiU continue the meetings, sat Barnard, Jr. was Beaver Dam bne night ' V last week, where he had been for a physician to visit his brother,, Bertie KtrA Barnard, recently shot by Albert Aus- lAW ,&tin,hit horse, fell with Ma from receive r?y eenoM !PSVVSp As Charles IrMTSM W&TfiiM !' m ' 'IW0?!' Mr. C E. Hoover, the Owensboro Mr. W. C Morton, of Herrwood, lost his barn and contents by fire last stage driver, brought a fine shotc from Owensboro, or thought he did, Sunday night. for Miss Verda Duke. He had the pig Miss Cathie Craig, oi Ensor, Dain a box, and never missed it until viess county, is visiting her sister, he went to deliver it to Miss Duke, Mrs. T. L. Griffin. and lo, and behold his pigship had Mrs. S. K. Cox and daughter, Miss fled. Mr. Hoover is now in search of Ella, and Mrs. Sam A. Anderson his lost treasure. were in Louisville this week. . Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Wedding have We are still leaders in pure and issued invitations for an elegant enfresh drugs at low prices. tertainment at the Hartford House Williams & Bbu,. on Friday evening, Dec. 28,1894, The Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Fordwhl spend principal feature of the evening will next week with Mrs Ford's parents, be the "Artists Donkey" and various Col. and Mrs W. II. Moore, Sulphur other games will be participated in. It will be a nice affair and will also be Springs. largely attended. Refreshments will Take your dinner at the Commer- be served at 12 o'clock. cial Hotel Christmas day and get It is hoped that the committemen some bear meat, ami will also have for the several magisterial districts two large turkeys. will appoint as many assistants as Marvin Bean, in order to be better they may deem necessary and raise prepared ior barbering, is erecting a the sum of $78.42 in any way that may handsome shop on the vacant lot jus't seem best to them and report the above the Commercial Hotel. same to the undersigned as early as The Commercial Hotel is always possible, for it so one of the grandest way ahead. Mr. Her has made ar- enterprises for the county and State rangements to have a supply of bear every inaugerated. meat on hand for Christmas may. Jas F. Carson, Chairman Bureau of Immigration The committees from the three Sunday Schools have perfected ar- for Ohio county and State of Ken rangements for a Christmas tree at tucky. the Court House next Monday night, Virgil Fleener and Pertiller Smith, while of Dexterville, .Butler county, were Clarence Dennis, of Prentis, going from church last Friday night, in Hartford Wednesday evening in happened to a very painful accident. search of a supposed horsethief. The His horse slipped and fell, breaking circumstances were as follows: On the night of the lath a neighbor of his leg. C B. Smith, of near Dexterville, lost Wanted Ayoung man to learn a pony horse, which was tracked in a profitable trade. Will be required the, direction of Smith's. The same to have a small capital to pay expennight Smith's barn was burned, conses while learning. Call at this office taining is head of horses and mules. for particulars. Ten horses were burned to death, Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. have the white one horse and mule escaped.but largest stock of holiday goods in were burned so badly that they will Call on them for all kinds or be of little value. Two days later the town. toys, pictures, puff boxes, and every- tracks of a hone were1 discovered out Everything the back way from the barn, and a thing immaginable. will be sold as cheap as the cheapest. saddle wja missing, hence the.search s, for a iprstef'Origl ojrt Are The examining trial ot Albert Austoas bbnl $3,000, B tin, for shooting Bertie Barnard wan; set tor Wednesday last, but was con oui? tinued until Wednesday. Jan: a, on accoutt'of absent wltneeaee, Barnard JVQD. W OK. ooattaiwe 10 rrow worse ana u not. TrfAD The Plna Tree State Keeps Warm am Visit Fair Bros. & Co. the leadSells What Is Left. ers. 'Maine burns moro flrpwood to keep warm winters than ,nny other Pin trays.treasure boxes.inkstands, eastern state," says a Malno rnnn at Fair Bros. & Co's. who has been in the business. "The Fresh oysfers and Celery for Xtttaa ' wood is of Jbotter quality, and makes Deuer ashes, than cwi bo collected in at Z' Wayne Griffin &.Bro. j2 Massachusetts or 'Now Hampshire RitruiiUCAN f and National The and thero's a sharp demand for Malno Tribune one year for ll$ST ashes in tho middle and southern WatkifisT the barber, is prepared to states for agricultural purposes. Great quantities arc used in Massagive you the very best work. chusetts also. Reduced prices thisnveelc and next "Thero nre a number of dealers in Boston who make a business of colin every line at Fair Bro3. & Co'a. lecting ashes through Maine for shipSee our line of pipes. Carloads and carloads of ment. Z. Wyank GRiPrm & Bro. them go out of tho stato by rail yearThe Republican and Cosmopolitan ly, and shiploads are sent to Florida and Georgia, where they want tho Magazine both one year for $ r.25. best hardwood articles. They send Fire Proof Coal Oil for 12 cents per north phosphate rock nnd we send them ashes,. and tho trade is a benefit gallon cash at Wllliarii3 & Bell's to both sections. Glcnnville, is Mrs. Earl Collings, "There are some parts of Malno visiting her mother, Mrs. Lucy Klein. denominated 'prlmo' by the dealers, The Republican and New York becauso thoy arc in hardwood, maplo Weekly Tribune both one year for and birch regions, and do not burn much soft wood; in some of these loS1.25. calities thero is a sharp competition in tho business. Leached ashes from The place to buy your groceries cheapest is at Z. Wayne Griffin & the potash and soap factories used to bo shipped mostly, but they've Bro's. gone out and dry ashes, are wanted. Be sure to attend the Educational So much is this tho case that one potash man I knew, a dishonest folMass Meeting at Alexander low, dried his leached ashes and , night. shipped them as unleoched. The The Republican and the Louis "potashes and local soap factories of one Maine are run under by tho demand ville Weekly Courier-Joiirn" year'fot-"$r.7'for dryashes, and'arc" gofng-tmt-- of business. For your Christmas presents, Call "Probably tho day is not far dis-tnreliable Jeweler, on C. R. Martin, the when dealers in Portland, Banwho sells for cash. , gor and other Maine towns will look after this trade and do the shipping Rev. J. T. Casebier, Rockport, visMaine ports to the southCollrse Notts. ited his brother, Mr. J. M. Casebier, direct from ern states. Thero is largo profit in Our school dismisses today for the yesterday. it, if lam not mistaken." Lewlston holidays that have been looked forThe Republican and Louisville Journal. ward to with great anticipations by Weekly Commercial both one year for the many who leave THE DIFFERENCE. for only $1.25, in advance. places. We hope to see all various Drawn Between Main Distinction the pupils return, and especially Clocks and Watches. The Republican and the St. Louis A watch differs from a clock in its those that have labored so earnestly one having a vibrating wheel instead of with us for the last few months. year for only $1.50, in advance. a vibrating pendulum, and as to a Nothing renders our town so attracFor the finest lot of Holiday Silver- clock gravity is always pulling tho tive, nor so beautifully ornates soware at the lowest cash prices, call pendulum down to the bottom of its ciety any whereas the sensible, studion C. R.Martin, the hustling Jeweler, arc, which is the natural placo of ous girl or boy. rest, but does not fix it there, Remember you can find the nicest The Literary class under the charge tho momentum acquired durasssortment of Candies,Fruits, Nuts, ing its fall from one side carries it of Prof. Foster will entertain at the &c, to be found any where at up to an equal height on tho other,' close of the the term, this class is Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. so in a watch a spring, generally composed of some fine talent, and surrounding the axis of the together with its able instructor, we Marriage license: Sam Lake to spiral, balance wheel, Is always pulling this believe the public will be afforded a Miss Leona Nation, O. P. Anderson toward a middle position of rest, to hear some fine to Miss Edna Faught, Allie Rice to but does not fix it there, because the rare opportunity orations. and well delivered Miss Katie Teel, James Casey to momentum acquired during apWe also hail with delight, the anMiss Delilah Hines, J. D. Milen to proach to the middle position from past nouncement of Miss Sallie Coleman, Miss Elenora Embrey, Luke Hatcher either side carries it just as far on tho other side, and the spring has of the Intermediate Department, who to Miss Nancy McGill. to begin its work again. Tho bal- never fails to entertain the public Mr. C. L. Field has purchased the ance wheel, at each vibration, allows royally, and who excels every effort Livery business of Casebier & Burton ono tooth of the adjoining wheel to for the promotion of her bright puand will continue the business incon- - pass, as the pendulum docs in a pils, coming now with a literary connfrtinn with hiQ nthr ttrn atflhlpa. clock, and tho record of tho beats Is test among the members of her Comwheel whichfol. Mr. Field is better prepared now than! Preserved by the position Class. The prize is $5 in lows. A mainspring is used to keep essay, ever to furnish his patrons with the up the motion of tho watch, instead gold to be awarded for the best best of conveyance. Mr. Casebier of the weight used in a clock; and originality, style and delivery will be will remain in town in order to send us a spring acts equally well, what- considered. The teacher has been his children to school, while Mr. Bur- ever be its position, a watch keeps cautious in having this work prepareton has not yet decided what he will time, although carried in the pocket d- and can vouch-saf- e for the labor or in a moving ship. In winding up that has been done by each member. do. a watch, ono turn of tho axle in Among the many pupils who leave Atiderson-FatiKbt. which the key is fixed is rendered Last Sunday morning at 9 o'clock equivalent by tho train of wheels to for their homes this week to spend Mr. O. P. Anderson was married to about four hundred turns or beats of vacation are the following: Misses Miss Edna. Faught, daughter of Mr. tho balance wheel, and thus the ex- Amanda Story, Ada and Bee Brown, T. H. Faught, at the home of her ertion, during a few seconds of the Birdie Drake, Emma Moseley, Ida brother-in-lahand which winds up, gives motion Stewart, and Messrs. Settle, Neafus, Mr. Frank Sullenger, L. and many others. or thirty hours. in the presence of a large circle of for twenty-fou- r friends and relatives, Rev. G.J. Bean Brooklyn Eagle. Or. Price' Craaai Baklag Powder pronouncing the words that made Adrlpblan Brsolntlon. World' Pair Hlghaat AwarJ. two happy hearts beat, as one. Mr. Whereas, We the AdelphianLiter-arySociet- y Anderson is a member of the of Hartford College recog-nize;tFor Bale. Renovating Co., and is an exOne milch cow, half Jersey; now great importance ofeducationcellent young gentleman, and has giving two gallons milk a day. Will al advantages, and made many friends during his stay sell cheap. For further information, Whereas, We feel that the town of here, who wish for him and the excelcall at The Republican Office. young lady who has said she Hartford has in Hartford College an lent institution of learning which bespeaks Taken op Katrajr. would share life's troubles and honor to the town, the (county and One red roan cow, about 6 years with him, all the happiness the State and old, marked crop and hole in right imaginable. Whereas, The morals of our town ear, and crop off the left ear. The Immediately after the ceremony the bridal party repaired to the home oi are- - encouraged by the very best in- owner will please call on me near the Hart farm and get her by paying for the bride, where a bountiful repast fluences nnd damages. awaited them. And on Monday they Wh ereas, An effort is being made this notice and other Luke Miller, came to Hartford and were tendered a to bring about, by means of a change Palo, Ky. handsome reception by Mr. and Mrs. in our prohibition laws, a change, ao-T. J. Patterson. an invironment of ssidschool. ThereMr. George Phillips is in town. r .' OUR MONEY WILL NOW BUY A BETTER 1 ' SUIT OR CLOAK Than ever before, PROVIDED you go where you can get the SUIT or CLOAK you want. We have them, and if you will call your visit shall pay you. Our young Men's FINE SUITS can-nbe duplicated in this country and they are going. In LADIES WRAPS we defy competition in styles and prices, in all colors and styles and at prices from $2 to $15. CALL AT ONCE! ot & al 5. 'ix! nt HOOKER & CO. THE ST. LOUIS m loJbe ONE 'Qemoera.i Eight pages each Tuesday and Friday, Sixteen pages every week, only DOLLAR A YEAR, Globe-Democr- at (semi-weekl- is, beyond all comparison, the biggest, best and cheapest national news, and family Journal published in America. STRICTLY REPUBLICAN in politics, it gives all the news and gives it at least three days earlier than it can be had from any of the Metropolitan Weeklies. IT IS INDISPENSABLE to the farmer, merchant or professional man, who desires to keep promptly and thoroughly posted, but has not the time to read a large Daily Paper. Write for free sample copies to GLOBE PRINTING CO., St. Louis, Mo, By special contract, we are enabled to offer The St. Louis twice every week, in connection with The Hartford Republican for only $1.50 a year, provided you subscribe before April 1, 1895. This offer Is good for our old subscribers who pay up and $1.50 for one year in advance. Considering the character of the two papers the greatest of national Journals, and the BEST of r your home pape'rs this offer been equalled. Do not delay but send in your subscription at once to The Republican, Harttord, Ky. Globe-Demo-crhas-neve- IB IE Condensed News, S T1 , Ala-hamb- ra Stories, Miscellany, Women's Department, hap-pyne- ss Children's Department, Agricultural Department, Political Department, Answer to Correspondents, Editorials, Everything, WILL BE FOUND IN THE Weekly A ten-pag- e, Qoarier-Joarn- al eight-colum- 3t Goun Home. fore be it The following lines were written by a friend and schoolmate of Mr. James C. Miller.of Daviess county.deceased: You have gone and the joy seems to 1 have vanished too: You do not know how sad the hearts that think of you. But if you could, all unknown to us, look in upon the scene, You'd wonder at the change in those with whom you late have been. We. did not know the joy, the light your presence lent, 'Till your Heavenly Father said And we must be content to give you, up, You whom we miss more.than words can tell. How much we miss dear Jim, whom we all loved so well. ? RESOtVED, 1 That we believe that such a proceeding on account of the well known evil influences of the sale of intoxicating drinks would be detrimental to the moral and so- $1000Worth Of Other Medicine foot Health. n Democratic Newspaper. HENRYWAT- TERSON, Editor. i PRICE, $1.00 A YEAR. makes The Weekly Courier-Journvery liberal terms to agents. Sample copies of the paper and Premium Sup plement sent free to any address. Courier-JournCo., Write to Louisville, Ky. The Hartford Republican and the will be sent Weekly Courier-JournAddress to any address for $1.75- The Republican, Hartford, Ky. al al al FHd But Hood'a (Ursaparllla Cava Par "come," cial welfare of. Hartford. a That we believd that Hartford College would suffer corresponding injuries by decrease in the members of her pupils and her abilities to dis-- . charge thedutiesincumberitupou her. 3 That we believe such a misfortune would be felt not only in our immediate vicinity but throughout this and adjoining counties as a slip in the direction of sin and . degteda-tio- n " I Ki-tftaflW 4. That having been associated with the people of Hartford as we The guitar now silent is, since has have our opinion ia, .that they are far flown the sweet voiced boy; topermit Though you're where the angels are, toointelllgent and virtuous such are to be put before their chilSharing too their heavenly Joy, Yet my mind will wander back to the dren. summer day, S That we in the most humble When you sang to m e, manner entreat the voters of Hart sailThat sweet song of the ship ,that ford precincts to thoroughly consider ed away, For the part beyond sea; the probable resuH of this, move and And now, dear Jim, farewell we shall they use every possible means to pre meet no more 'Till we greet each other on that vent such immorality and ta secure for the youth of .Hartford' a freedom bright and golden shore. S.D. from those things which debase and demoralize humanity. 6 That in token of our society wq pledge to the people of Hartford our sympathy and our hearty j love, our congratulations in all things, whVjh are calculated to lead to such honors and glories as would be heralded ,uu Mr. ,pmcoU, Arthur JToCommU Florida. "a I. Hood A Co 'Ono thousand dollars' worth ot otlMrnodt. dnet, prescriptions, t&.aar fidlod to do for ia wh&t Hood'a BirUMrilla bM doa. Mr Lowtll Hun toCaUfor' boaMUInrorMa,batlnUMIweBt nla sad UredUiert (our roan. 1 Hi Man, but found no la tm and had adlal rtlitf. Tho doctors Mid I had hronlobroMhl-tia- . I was la tho llarin Hospital at Surras-Cisc- o InitunHa soranUmoBBu) and at Bash Medical College, Chicago, U monUu.bot still did not get bettor, so came back to PensscoU. My weight was then U pounds with a hearr orercoat on. you get the New York Tribune and The Republican both for one year, for one dollar and twentyRemember five cents. , Get imjr prices o)i before "go elwwkere. ' ..r- r nmwwu, Ol.t. II you ounci uuiu utUu... tw& i .Donethla December, so, 1894, Headache, Sour Stomach, Indlgettloa ' order of the Adelphian Literary So Dyspepsia or ConstipaUoa, call, at ciety. Williams ABell Drag Store .omj ia- , T.S.Woonw; Com. pk bottle of Pomroys Uver-Ca- p TJ.Morton, -- t' gust, law, I was appointed to a'positlon In tbe United States custom boose. Mr Mends urged ; wita to have mo try Hood's Bsrssiwrula. I took It three tunes a day Just to please her. Bat tomytnrprtMl commenced to reel differently after a week on Hood's. I tound I was hungry and that I eoold steep betteri that tired leellng also left mo. So I continued taking Hood'a bare need nine bottles and fear boxes ol Hood's nils, with the result that 7 Tliat a copy of these bespread I am Haw In Oooel Health, upon the minutes of our 'Society and weUa Ml pounds, hare a good appetite, sleea one be ' sent to each of the county weH. aadatre not lost a dsfa work stooe I beau to take tato sMdlilao. 'Waea terrthUf papery Jqr publication. " My Friends Did Not Knew Ma, tho cliI was so thin and broken down. But courage mate and being at home gar me a HtUe and I began trying Tsrious medicines. In Au- c" nbtfllned. loiiMt'a and TmHv.Mnrlf and all patent business conducted for. &W,. MODERATE FEES. My office is ia the immediate vicinity ol the Patent Office, and my facilities for securing patents are unsurpassed. Send model, sketch, drawing or photograph, with description and statement as to advantages claimed. SfiTNo charge is made tor an opinion as to patentability, and my fee for prosecuting the application will not be called for until the patent la allowed. A pamphlet entitled Inventors Guide, containing full information, :; furnished free. Address: i PATENTS -- XL m 11 i Fhankxin H. Hough, '..aMHT ,y 935 r. street, Mention this paper. Washlngtoa,D,C, Jr i , , ; Tt fining You can by paying your subflciption, and one year in advance, get Uffe ,Jbois-vill- e ' i by Commercial, or ejlaa Hood'sCures. I las lattaa, swarf tart Mood a ftwaaparUw a ore year; scrib .1 a (p 4..KCHJ M New Xbrkribune e you nub- itveraUatocare. la4M 1 , , JMO.C.HOSKIWSON, BarawenVrasaMla,Tort4a. , i .THirasjejtii-aa?. Maael'a wm J not a subscriber, nee. ' .TKTitVi: .W re jt . & t, A m.Lr 'VV-2- J?.ifl:J 2 .e . .V' :VjjUJit'-J- '1 f fa ' 1 '.'it ! w: ii'M tor.'a&a fMM .r;aXyr,rrra2T5? ., ,, ' , u. -.a uMin"" 'n ..."- " a '''M i.iHiii -. .... v MMMaMHHMdHHIia rv-i;m?- f j . v-- ' : r " v "' " ri an ri v"-- r . -' ..iiwaiiri'TPTgijamB -. - - kJMUi1 1HJ - i r iwwii wftAsCTffVwifrm. vJs4ra,3!?Ar'j'3f A"Tit ...i-awwWK- fria t wn' Jfft r 3 ,: Eft ' If In U! f 13 I i 1 - '- - eS' J. 1 C"" v7 W ldm fV MKd . l innnv. tion and Immigration. The silent r. . I nave been selling Dish Washers feature of this system is to interest the people, themselves in the work of three weeks, and have cleared $315. Friday, DncBMnrw,ai, 1S94. furnishing information respecting Can any of your readers, without prethe land they have for sale, the char- vious experience, beat this? In this DISGUISED CATARRH. acter of the soil, the minerals, the usiness a woman can make as much timber, the priares at which it can be aj a man. Every family wants, a Stoalthy. InBldious, Woak- - bought and the character of immigra- Dish Washer when they can get it so A tion they desire. This work will be cheap, and they will have one, no omng Enomy to done by County Committee, organiz- matter who it is that is selling it. I Woman. ed by and reporting through the am convinced any oac can make from chairman of each congressional dis- $5 to$io n day in this business every There are a multitude of women, trict, who will be one of the Exccu -- where, city or country. They all especially housewives, and all other tivc Committee of the Bureau. If want Dish Washers. You can get women are obliged to be on their feet the enterprising men of each county particulars by addressing the Iron constantly, who arc wretched beyond and neighborhood, especially young City Dish Washer Co., E E.Pitsburg, description, simply because their men, the county officers, and individ Pa., and by begin nig at oncc.you can strength and vitality is sapped awa uals or corporations owning land, have enough money by sprincr to by catarrhnl discharges from the pelv-'i- c will give. a little attention to the sub- start in most any kind of business. I organs. These women get up in the ject they can forward our work, and am going to stick right to this Dish ' tired, drag themselves at the same time benefit themselves. Washer business until I make $10,-00morning through their daily duties tired only We have nogildedscheme to propose; Matilda B. to go to bed at night as tired as be- we are not aiming to work up a ARTICLE IV. Officers. boom, but by simple and systematic fore. c4 Sec. 1, The officers of the Bureau a is such a perfect for each methods to enlist the energies of the 5 shall consist of n President who shall case that when patients have once best men in the State, the intelligent used it they can never be induced to citizens of each county, who take be General Manager, a Secretary and quit it until they are permanently pride in its progress and develop- Treasurer, the latter a Louisville bank ment in building up its waste places, or trust company, to be selected by cured. It begins to relieve the disasymptoms at once. The increasing its earning capacity, ad- the Advisory Committee named heregreeable inafter, whice committee shall, every back ache ceased, the trembling ding to its wealth and hereby lighten month, pass upon the accounts and knees are strengthened the appetite ing taxation. QUARTERLY REPORT vouchers of the General Manager. restored, digestion made perfect, the The power of such men in working OF THE The General Manager shall have full dull headache is stopped, and the good to the Commonwealth can not weakening drains are gradually cured. be overestimated Their interest charge of the details of the Bureau results certainly follow a and These will be a guarantee under such regulations as the ExecuThe course of treatment with Pe-r- u na. settlers and investors that they favor tive Committee may prescribe. jlfk valuable'niustrated pamphlet of the highest degree of development, duties of the other officers shall be "thirty.. pagcsrTully- - describing this that our law for the protection of such ns usually pertain to those In At the Close of Business on class of disorders, including coughs, life and property will be fully and similar positions. 18th day of June ARTICLE V. colds, lagrippe, and all otherclimatic impartially executed, than education 1894. diseases of winter, will be sent free to will be fostered and that a hospitable State and County Organizations. Section i. There shall be an ExDrug and helping hand will be extended to any address by The RESOURCES. Manufacturing Company, Columbus, all worthy newcomers. If we can be ecutive Committec.of which the Pres- Loans and Discounts . . . $72,075.87 264.11 Ohio. animated by this spirit, then indeed ident shall be Chairman ex officio, Overdrafts, secured . . . 59 1. 30 we can hope to see Kentucky take the consisting of five from the State at Overdrafts, unsecured . . Due from National Banks 11,115.58 Congression-district. KENTUCKY. position among the States of the lsrge and oae from c?ch Those now constituting Due from State banks and Union for which the bounty of nature Bankers 45 59 this committee shall hold their office Banking house and lot . . 3,000.00 in soil, climate and natural resources Bureau of Information and has fitted her. Thepraise of her pro- for one year or until their sucessors Specie 1,633.72 Immigration, General Of and are chosen; and when said committee Currency and Fixtures . . 2,044.00 ducts of distillation, fast horses Furniture 1,500.00 feminine beauty has been worn is called together five members shall Current expenses fice.RoomNo. 84 Board 867.12 An Advisory constitute a quorum. theradbare. She needs to vindicate of Trade Building, Committee three members shall be f94,i39-aher name against the charge of laxity Louisville, of law, often exaggerated by the ma elected annuallv bv the Executive LIABILITIES. K7. lice of those interested in diverting (Committee, which when the latter is Capital stock paidin,incash$25, 000.00 not in session, shall have the full Surplus lund 8,250.00 capital and population powers of the Executive Committthe. Undivided profits . . . . 4,204.02 At an immigration Convention This must be done by enlorceing it 56,571.67 Section 2. Each member of the Due Depositors and rigidly. She needs ro dispel the idea held in Louisville on the 24th 59.00 Committee shall be in DueSt'tebanks&St'tcb'k'rs 25th of October, 1894, in which all which has gained currency that she Executive Due National Banks . . . 54.60 chargeoitheCongressional district repportions of the State were represented does not wish any addition to her $94,i39-by the delegates of the highest intelli- population, native or foreign. This resented by him, and he shall organState op Kentucky, 1 gence, provision was made for the or- can be effected by entering zealously ize the several counties in his district County ok Ohio. J as follows: In each county he shall ganization of a Bureau of Informa- into the work proposed by this BuJohn H. Barries, Cashier of Bcavei appoint a Chairmau for s,aid county, undertion and Immigration.and the reau. Dam Deposit Bank, a bank located who shall select, as County Commitsigned were appointed to issue an Let those who have surplus lands tee, one or more from each magister- and doing business in the town of Beaver Dam, in said county,being duaddress setting forth the action of study how they can best dispose of the convention and inviting the co- them. Put the prices low enough ial district, the duty of which com- ly sworn, says that the foregoing rein all respects a true statement operation of the good people of the and the terms liberal enough to at- mittee shall be to collect the amount port iscondition of the said bank at assessed by the Executive Committee of the Commonwealth. 'The General As- tract good buyers, and thus enhance for the respective counties and remit the close ot business on the 18th day sembly of Kentucky has seen fit to the value of the remainder. If there the same to the District Chairman; ol June, 1894, to the best of his knowledge nnd belief; and further says abolish the Geological Survey, which are thriftless owners who let lands go compile information respecting the that the business of said bank has was the means of to waste and bring discredit upon the for many years resources of the county; make out been transacted at the location namconveying to the people, at home neighborhood, let the enterprising and that the lists of land for sale, therein giving ed, and not elsewhere; in compliance above report is made and abroad, official information in neighbors unite to secure its sale to a the character, condition and the w ith an official notice received from regard to our mineral wealth and more thrifty purchaser. We propose lowest prices at which it will be sold, State, designating other natural resources. Through to use our best effort to make the Bu- and forward the same, with such the Secretary of June, 1894, as the the 18th day of inreau of Information and Immigration this influence fs due much of the other information as may he desired, day on which such report shall be flux of capital and population, the a success on the lines indicated. It to the District Chairman, who shall made. Subscribed and sworn to before me increase of railroad mileage and the is worth a trial, and to that end we transmit same to the Bureau' for file by John II. Barnes, the 20th day of growth" 6T manufactures which have ask the aid of every citizen of the or record. Care should be taken to June, 1894. Rowan Holdrook, marked the past decade. The State State, and the particular citizen we Clerk Ohio County Court avoid reporting for sale land of defechas felt the loss of this valuable Sur- are addressing now your neighbor, By Shelby Taylor, D. C. tive or doubtful title. The object of vey, and the late Convention has but you who are reading this. J. H. Banres, Cashier this form of organization is first,to R. P. Hocker, Director. sought to establish in its stead a The officer of the Bureau is room 64 interest as nnny good citizens in " Jno. H. Barnes, Bureau, to be sustained by voluntary Board of Trade building, Louisville. ' each county as possible in this imI. P. Barnard. co ntribution, which will to some extent Ky. portant work, and, second, to limit the supply its place. Recognizing the A "TRANCE CLAIRNOYANT"-Send- as correspondence ot the Bureau as nearJ. Stoddard Johnston. fact that no movement of this kind cents, with age, sex and C. P. Atmore. ly as possible to the Chairman of can succeed without the lull sympa-- . futhe Congressional District, Charles II. Stoll. from stamps and receive horoscope of of the people of thy and ture life. Madame Jubber, dead trance J. M. Brooks. whom such matter will come properKentucky, we take this means of acM. II. Crump. ly sifted and certified. In the same medium, seventh daughter,born with quainting you briefly with our purway the business of the Bureau with a veil and wonderful gift of second Following are the Articles Associpose and aims. the counties will be transacted, and sight; tells past, present and future. of the s Our State has a large amount ot ation, Regulations and all inquiries and instructions sent FULL NAME OF WHOM YOU WILL territory which is yet thinly settled, Kentucky Bureau oi Information and through said District Chairman. This MARRY; positively no imposition; while within the limits of even the Immigration: however, is intendtd for better organ- advice on business, love, marriage, ARTICLE I. counties there most thickly-populate- d speculation, divorce, changes, missThe hereinafter named Executive ization and administration af details, ing friends, sickness, wills, pensions Is much land unimproved which could and is not designed to limit the freest Committee appointed by the Immibe made productive if occupied by ., communication from citizens of every and all affairs of life; every hidden thrifty immigrants from other States gration Convention held in mystery revealed; helps all who are October 24 and 25,1894, to portion of the State with the Bureau. or from foreign countries. Drouth, and in trouble; never fails; gives advice In this connection it is advised forest fires and the rigors of winter organize a permanent association of cities, on all points of interest, business are causing much inquiry for homes citizens of Kentucky interested in the strongly urged that in all love affairs, family which there is transactions, in a more favored climate by the large development and prosperity of the towns and counties in troubles, stock speculations, lawsuits, Commercial Club a similar body body of people who would make val- State, fot the purpose of securing a not a absent friends; cures witchery, fits, uable additions to our population, desirable class of immigrants both one should be formed, and that such drunkenness, opium habit, rheumaand Information is sought also as to from other States of the Union and as have fallen into disuse be received tism and all long standing and mysour mineral and timber resources. We foreign countries, for advertising, and and enter into co operation with this terious diseases. have these in great abundance, and in every practical manner advancing Bureau. $5,000 CHALLENGE ARTICLE VI. MrxTiNrs. capital is needed for their develop- the development of our natural resor-ceThe annual meeting of to any medium or fortune teller who Section 1. do now and hereby, in virtue of ment. In every part otthe State can excel her in her wonderful revethere is agricultural or mineral land the above power and in pursuance of the member of the Bureau shall be on lations of the past, present and for sale at low prices, but there are said instructions, establish, organize the last Tuesday in October. The future events of persons' lives. All Committee shall meet few buyers. Beyond the limits of and constitute the Kentucky Bureau Executive quarterly, dating from the 24th day challenges accepted, and in return the State there are many thousands oi Information and Immigration. of October, 1894, unless the President, CHALLENGES THE WORLD. ARTICLE II. who want to buy such lands for sets of the Business strictly private and confiThe purpose of said with consent of as farmers, for the developSuction i. tlement members thereof, shall give notice dential. ment of the minerals or the manu- bureau shall be to promote the prothat any stated meeting be passed. Madame Jubber will always stand facturer of the timber. The prime gress of Kentucky: But the President may call a special as high above the common mediums informa1. By collectiug accurate of the Bureau we arc organi- object such time and place as he zlng-i- s to open a communication with tion respecting the natural resources meeting at proper, and shall call the in this country as the President above may deem ur people who want to sell their of the State and aiding in disseminat- committee together at any time upon the ragpicker, while her charges for lands and hose outside the State who ing the same, wherever it may be the written request of five of its the truth ore the same as what other mediums charge for falsehood. want to buy. most beneficial to the localities and members. J. Stoddard Johnson, Louisville; Skeptical people who, on account In order to do this we propose a industries involved. Atmore, Louisville; CI Savage, Ashland; of the many misrepresentationsinthe wants of simple organization, the details of 2. By ascertaining the S. S. papers, have lost faith in newspaper which will be fully set forth in the capital seeking investment and of John B. Atkinson; Earlingtou; advertising should write and be conJ. J. McHenry, Hartford, Article of Association, rules and reg- prospective settlers on the one hand, Executive Committee. vinced that all advertisements are not ulations of the Bureau of Informa and of the individuals and communifruads. , incapital and ties seeking m nt (at It is well known throughout the creased population on the other, and town. Its been a. world that mediums are the only regreat problem with by becoming the medium of count u liable seers, and their charms cause ication for bringing the two clasres Dr. Tenner not to love, speedy marriages and success in bring bis Q olden together. Relict to cure all. THE BEST business. YOUR FUTURE REVEALto procure the menta having bo 3. By endeavoring Unites ED IN A DEAD TRANCE. many different passage of laws which will encourage names, but to bo the separSteakand causes speedy and 'wagr represent It as that the influx of capital and population. happy marriage with the one you CURB tin) people would understand and believe Sec. 2. It shall be the aim of the It It really is a spoclflo in one dlseaso, love; causes good luck in nil things Sick Headache, Jlc: Injlammatte. But that dlseaso has so bureau to guard against interference SECURE A by proper advice. saany forms and names. Thus! Dy Its external or competition with the business of CONSTIPATION,) application tt cures any toothache In ono ruinCHAKM AND WEAR DIAMONDS. ate. Any neuralgia or raeumatlo pain In one to local rtal estate or other corporations, Dyspepsia, Reveals everything. Mm;. JUBBER, stftit minutes. Any headache in 3 to 6 minutes. firms or individuals engaged in the Any backache In 8 minutes. Cold sores on lips, ""nSffuf'WlJ Liver Trouble. BOX 75. NEW ALBANY, IND, work of development, but to co operBe) application. One drop ourcs an Indolent ul LUCKY CHARM FREE. Cut this ear. Any cut, bruise, burn or rheumatism It ate with all found worthy of assistance BMncfufe7 out and save it. 'Mention this paotrrea at once and without soronoss or matter Easy to Take. attar. Can work with comfort while the wound and indorsement. per. 17 25t By Its Internal use, oolic, or pain In tt raw. , Purely Vegetable. ARTICLE III. Dyspepsia, relief at onoe. stomach, minute Rr K Badleal euro follows. Dlarrhcoa, dysentery or u The fund for maintaining the flux, cure at ones, Sorethroat, bronchitis and g of Ayer's and for publishing and distribThe delicate ensumpUon, whea used In time, sure follows Fills dissolve immediately on reaching the a surely as .cay follows the nlgbt .. A ...uting a monthly bulletin of lands for .4k stomach, and permits the full strength ot rl1. .u. kadtaiilaa each ingredient to be speedily assimilated. UUc about it. II arches out and cures inflam- - sae n the S'atei and O"1" necessary v. '. .iij ir J? As a cathartic either for travelers or as a taatioa irneww it szuu. no inflammation, information, shall be raised bv pro family medicine, Baaoratturoat Wo inflammation, no consump-yr fills are thebeit tUa. jo mnatnmauon, no swelling, no pain, no rata assessment of the counties upon ! s l.i-.ia..r-- .-, terfhaofc. Hot o complicated attsr all. the valuation given in the last AudiVA sas mjsa.si jawiHsiia aiKsasssj iiiiisiisaii air. d.ii. , an Bia f xtm.mm . si i -bo narcotics or mineral poisons. Safsand ?:7L J.vJu-iZr.- Z Mrfttn, On tablespoonf nl dote oures La Grippe, tor's report, themoney so collected i& II otror disappoints. Money refunded If satis. to be rued for these purposes only, . faction not fiTsa. Tairaimaaatwuuto-dar- V Hartford Republican i. IT fttP.- Has Long Been Pointed To tho Old Fogy, Mo88-13nc- yfm iFJltf aJ k Furniture and Corpot Dealers and we should conquer, and the day of our In- - stallment Joints in this city who aro vainly struggling lo keep us. paco with tricom- It was foreordained that THE rYancHsf F&WE umph is at hand. Original ideas, progressive mothods, metropolitan prehensiveness characterize our business. dared to attempt. or on any-kin- d Wo do what no body olso has over for cosh Wo make cash advances to any amount; sell of credit; oxchauge iiow goods for old and PAY FREIGHT for 200 miles from LouTs?iii "SH-- H 0. S T Ml II IPC Mk ilVEiaTi.rotxxrerfir Agents, KY. SfsafAsAfsM'SrAftsjjsAjr4j JEFFERSON ST. BET. 4TH & 5TH, LOUISVILLE, Beaver Dam DEPOSIT DANK In Poor-Healt- letMeGivc h ou & Sh 4SS1 Pe-ru-- means so much more than you, imagine serious and i fatal diseases result from r trifling oiiue Well Drksfd fEELS Doijf.iV . A m tJ Don't play with Nature's i r greatest gift health. : ailments neglected. 11 1 .... Browns II A )m art f cellar 1 out ( soiti, wk and ttntrallr tx-- " J hiuitcd, ntttoul, " Cm A irV "iaL ri . V-",- - Blessed LEAVE YOUR " r 1 Iron A have no apptllla and can't work, J btflnat encttak- - i Inr the most rtlla- - J ble itrtnithtnlnr 1 MEtoUlw maicin.wnicni I , .Diuers ttil. tttn Jr a' vtry nrtt doit core txuett romca from tht Ur. Brown's Iron A fw Bit- - bot-ll- U 1 pliaunt to takt. j and 1 '1 DANCONAfift'J Well Fitting "taadeto order It Cures Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver Neuralgia, Troubles, Constipation, Bad Blood Nervous ailments r AlaUrla, Woman's complaints. , Garments WITH BAKING , Get onlv the nenulne it till crotied red r lines on the wrtpper. All others are sub-- ' alltutet On receiDt of two 9C itimnt we P will ind set of Ten Beautlfal World's' Pair VUws and book free. ' CARSON A CO. x QUAKER CITY $ , Allegro. WtfeAeAyAAfiSyAfvV LOUI5TI I.I.E, PIT. I.OfJIN WEST DROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE. MD POWiFR dtlm. ,.,,., suf-- 1st time. TKX.tK. 1 II, ho. 8CHEDULK IN hFrECT N0V.1, .No. lltl. 43, Dalljr. . Lt. Loulsrlllo . 73a. ai. t M p. m. ... I tt a. m. 7.20 a.m. Weatrolnt IT a. m. 1 07 p. m. Braodenljurg ........ ...... .... M a.m. S37p. m. Irtinjtton...-.10 23 a m. (21p.m. ephenspert ..... t U p ro. Cloteriert p. m. U.H a. m. IlaweiTlll 11 U a. m. p.m. Lewliport.........-.....- .. Owennboro - 12 IS P m. 11 11 p. m ............. 1.M p. m. It 64 p. m Bpoltnlle 1.23 p. tj. 12 20 a. m. r. Hendenen No. 53, Ho.M, Dallj. Daily EAST ItOUND. 7 IS a. m. 3: 15p. m ......-- .. Lt. Henderson ........ 7.17 am. 3 37 p. m. SpoiteTille..,.. 27 a. m. p. m. . Owe n'oro. Iwl!port.......-- SUSa.m. tHp.ni IlatesTiUr J3a. m. 6.30 p. ai a. m. S 57 p. m. Clorerport E'eptifn-pora. m. 6.12 p. m. Irriiigton.......... ....... 11 02 a. ro. 7.0S p. m, 11 29 a. m. 7.31 p. m. Brandenburg . U 04 p. m. 1 05 p. m. West Point .. loop. m. f 05 p.m. U. 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