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ARMRR - Johnson id his wife unto nday np ac came, Iima . . nf ie as drifted snow die tile untile fltA per coin great to see, J,ne t0 mect uun at compjUWU IGTbV (j war-tim- e Preal- - rtlieJ 'i wei.T """llows Where ' 'abou4' LOAT5 BEST FOR SHIRTS. a. ,: ojuioi co. atm ISffiislIaWlSfl Chesoptako Ohio end Southwestern R. R. OCTWCtrl LOUISVILLE - lue gentle banganion uencaui we twiiigni start A struggling, plodding lawyer, he. amid the western wilds. But In his bosom beat a heart as gen lie as a child's. The plain old couple i jund themselves among the crand and trrcat. 'The heroes of the minister of etate, The titled onea oi foreign lauds had proudlycome to call Upon the Man from Illnols.the greatest of the tu all. "Eliza, dear," the farmer sahV'amid this snow and fuss The Abraham we used to know will never notice us; He's greater now than when he sat besides our dying boy And wept with us that winter n!gl)t, 'way out in Illlnoy." Just then the President appeared, up on his kindly lace The troubles of a smitten land the au- "'C his neighbors and knew Vtitit ivmII 1ittrr l"iefr.re tlis- woi -" "- - ' .'- "" " s CINCINNATI ANn MEMPHIS. mOM AND TO AND EVAHSYILLE. t At0 dience could trace; He meekly bore the Nation'. grief as long ago were borne The sorrows of the world by One who felt the wound of throne. But vanished nuick from Lincoln's face all signs of mental strife, His xsving eye had singled out the farmer find Ills wife: He pushed his way to where they this noble man and true, gasped the old man's hand And he cried, "Why Ult yon?" as-h- KORTH, Do not pure hate Tidtt EAST, SOUTH OR WEST Until ycu Lrcon.olUj an Artnl flht P.O. &S.W. R.R. TRAINS, . ruLtyAsr nui'wfr MUlMtfeW ' M sfjoinm, KaOTftURST BCi!ot.s, binv-.t- . T. n. IYNCH, en ija. Lovicvruc. Ky. The throng looked on amazed, in doubt to censure or lo praise, While Lincoln by the old folks stood and spoke of other days; Forgotten was Ills lofty rank, his face lit up with joy, And while he talked he seemed to be "wayoutinlllinoy." GRDVES He told the farmer and his wife In accents soft and low, How often he'd recalled the time they buried little Joe; His honest voice grew husky and at last he ceased to speak The sged pair looked up and saw a tear on Lincoln's cheeks. tHtta. IS JU8TASCOOD FOR ADULTS. WARRANTED. PRICE GO eta, rTUMtdUtoecoft.ixuia,io. enM OllATli., 1114., HOT. M. CHILL TONIC SSI. TASTELESS He asked about the other "boys, and good old Joshwa. said-W- hile with a mother's heattfelt sob the old wife bowed her head Thatat his calljhey'ddonnedthe blue to stem the battle tide. 4 - - - duties SnlaPoTtlJsnaerwUisKyr That one went down at Malvern lit 11 wnaiever nas oecn , grcnteu jo ine and one at Shlloh died. monopolies by mcans'tof these imposAnd Jack, their only hope, was where itions will remain until a Republican the battle's fuht was warm, Congress has opportunity to revise They wanted him ot home just then the revenue law. But it would be to help tlitm 'tend the farm; And Lincoln gave his promise that Well if Congress would make provision at once for raising money to meet before the week was o'er The only darling fate had spared the necessities of the. Government, should be at home once more. and this it ought to do by pioviding Thenged farmer and his wife the for a popmlar loan at a low rate of inWhite Heme left that day, terest. The dissolution of the bond And either spoke nntil they were syndicate makes it only too clear from the rreat throne awav; Then Joshua said: "Eliza, dear, it that the Government will not be able to raise much money in future gives this old heart joy To know that he's the same old friend by appealing to the bankers and fiwe had in Illinoy." nanciers of this and other way, and will be, as tney be stubbornly resisted There arc many who believe that the provisions of the income tax may be detested, so that the tax Itself may be rendered innocuous, .'crimps it is Til. WorJr of Con.trnrtlrm Hat t-on tha Unlqna Knt.rprlte- - Th lu a little too much to expect. Put it tlon of Capt. J, T. Mrlt- - Strain be well for the country )f the would rower lo Do Uted. I collection ol this tax could be preWhat is known as tho Meigs elovented. The tax Is indecent and vntcd railroad sjslcm, which has at the best. It should never been exploited In Boiton for sevenProbably Ihis teen years, has Secured the neceshave been imposed. sary legislative miction and tho same Congress wouM not have ventured to impose the income tax if it work of construoflSn Is commenced. had not hoped for very diflerent re- The unlquo feature of tho road is sults from the election in the Western that only one Irallbr Rlrdcr will be used. Accord nR.o the Inventor, and Southern States. Dut in view oi J. V. McIks, the pops will rjso about the decision of the people in those forty-sifoot uparft along tho curb-laand other States, it Is perhaps not too TIicbo willb&$ square, having much to expect that members of Con- - but ciffhtecn inchrajto obstruct gress.may see their way to abandon a ,MlKhWntho fonirHldc'VC Thcrewill-'Vove- r'a bo fourteen fcot in the clear below policy which has been so distinctly whercrtho supporting wheels strlko condemned. tho track at an anglo of forty-fiv- e agree There ought to be a general decrees. ment among Congressmen of both Forty-tw- o Inches nbovo this bal- -' parties to, reverse, as far a possible, forty-twinches In the mischievous and dangerous ac- dlarnctor, will run along; tho side of tion of the last session. The people th6 rail, but at right angles to Its j have some right to be heard. There upper surface. As can bo imagined, this will give Is no room to doubt the meaning of tho appearance of a V when the their verdict. They have decided train Is coming ntong, but nfter It that Congress ought to go no further has passed on upright, post, with in the direction muked out by its two "shouldero" near tho top, action and its committees at the first simply tbo width of an ordinary track will remain. session, and It Is clearly their wish Light girders will extend across that its action should be as far as posThese, ho exsible reversed. There ought to b no from tho posts. feelings of hesitation on the part of plained, would not bo as large as shown la tho cut and would not exthe Democratic majority to prevent clude tho sun to any perceptible deready submission to the will ot the gree. At the same timo theso girdpeople in this matter. It is their ers would permit of 'four trains Government The Democratic party being run by supplementing two has had ample opportunity to test its extra tracks. So much for tho superstructure. theories and has given such expres-stooslon to its theories as it saw fit, and Ifow for .tho train that Is to run the peopie without hesitation cons over it. This, as planned, Is to .conengine feot In sist of deQm th. u Uu chMeB lUus length, an tender twenty-nin- e twenty-flva feet In far. As to the income tax, one thing length, and six cars, slxty-slfeet at least is clear, that while it was ex long, each of which will be capable pected to tave the Democratic party of seating ono hundred and four per in Western and Southern States.it sons. Tbo entire train 5s. designed to bo has entirely failed to strengthen It in cylindrical! n ahapo. In explaining that quarter, but has undoubtedly contributed largely to the defe.it of thlsCaptt llelgs sold to tho Boston Olfibo man the party In the Eastern States. Tho 1 "In thc'ffrst place, there Is n big best thing that could ha ppen 'lor the ' saving in light for property owners Democratic party, it Is probable, along the line. You can boo how tho would be the failure to provide for rnys will strike past tho sides of tho collection of the inconu-- tax, so tint cars and go directly to stores and the people may never come to feel offices underneath. "Then there Is tho saving In mathis particular burden or realize its terial and consequent cost of buildofTensiveness. ing. Again there Is a saving of It is too much to expect th at Con- fifty per cent, of tbo pressure on tho gress will materially alter the revenue track with the wind against tho sldo bill or give serious attention to the of the car. x I I nncc-wheelo I d, o x Hf-'At-nh- .." 11 fefflftt - n .i JL n'aTKlall ll 'tia' St'oVT1 JACK'S aanlfp samctlmt!DaldCapt;" counties, flantloroent We lul rear. WO botUea of OKOIE-TA8TKUB8S CllIU. TONIO art lUTO booaul three aroaaalreaar tfctaraer. Inalloer.x. l4riOQce ot II laare. la Ui drvx twalbeoa. har naYvreoll en article that rare auia aalTereutUa taction ci jour Stool lour. mlr. - ror S Locus County, jfBS. Prank . Chunky make's oath that ltttlo noisoand no.d'ust prdlrt. "The Meigs englnewlll have a he is the senior partner of the firm, of grate surface that wlH permit Up bright, transcendant star; V. J. CIIBNB.Y & Co., doing business hauling a train of six pars at a rate And when around the nnrtyrs bier Ciruu a'd Trid.Muki U.ln.d and all ptftat in the City of Toledo, County and of twenty milc3 an hqur with two Votlact. conducted t HODKBITK Ff.ES. Mr were stilled the cannon loud. tattUlnih.iauto'LLvklnltj.cltt. '.tolOffict. An aged pair in Illinois their heads State aforesaid, and that Slid firm and one stops ta tbo, mile, and will ray iauiiuc lor tucqnna picnu an uniurpwca Sml audit, ikctch or photograph of Invcoitoa. UH in sorrow bowed. will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED bo practically nolsels,. At this wo t ana itaicmcnt at to aaranixtc. cuiioca. p(hIii tie (a Wra it made tor DOLLARS for each and every case of oro figuring on twentngecond stops, aad my Re for Moaeailliv th. jaftifd aopUfilloa trill MOO e tatlmt (be until Ae Catarrh "that cannot be cured by the and with a system of! loops from the The Coli)trnlnlil Sltanllou. 1 jaCMl 4a offoiMit. Glnoa." coo. center of tho clty.can give tho' I Nothing good can be expected fiom use of Hall's Catarrh Curb. uJolai fuS Ufora.ilon int flee, ill Comniinl. BlrlcUj CoiOenllril. wage earners, wno represent, eignty tetteeo CUl4crta Congress during the rest of this sescot- - of dhorpeople, sub. FRANKLIN H. HOUGH. sion. It .tarted wrong, and hs been Sworn to before tne and subscribed,,-- 0M M Kraft, WA3HIN0TOK, . C. within twenty minutes urban controlled by false notions from the in my presence, this 6th day of Dc "of their nlaces ot Business." U.S. Caraoti first, and on overwhelming popular ccinber, A. D. 1886, J, I. rOB, In brief, tho Melg4,"flan con cars of tbo same sh&po as tbo & Son. deleat does not weiu to have brought j A. W. GLEASON sbal j "tank" cars that ore familiar to out the best of Democratic statesmen. A. Nqtaty Pwuuc. - everyone who rides on tho railProbably they wl'l not dare to corN I Hall's Tatarrh Cure is token inter ways. These will run on a single rect even the most obvious and grave deficiencies in the new tariff, because nally and acts direct on the blood ati'd' rail by means of wheels resting on a superlevor projection they apprehend that they may be mucous surlaccs of the system. Send structure. Then from tho engines that will Into interminable debate on for testimonials, free. plunged dovelop tho greatest power through Cnreful Estimates wade on all Car. V J. Ciiknry & Co.,Toledo, O, changes the availability ot great heating '""J)etering and Building Terms rea- that subject, and serious SfiTSold by all Druggist, 75c. 24 4 1 may possibly be favored by a majori surfaco are depended upon to fur--, sonable. Hartford, Ky. nlsh the requisite speed. ty in either house. The necessities or the Treasury would 1 eceive attenRobert Ingersoll saysi ''I 'am A Youthful "Oate." tion, undoubtedly, but for the wildcat aware there is a prejudics against A young son of one of the Harvard banking scheme which blocks the any nun engaged in the manufacture was using tho hosoawbllo way. It Isquestionable whetherCon-gres- s ot alcohol. matPlTDllTlliniaW I believe that from the professors Cambridge when another ago dut in CAVCrt 0.1 UUJtlilrtlWSaaW will get anything done that it coiled and poisonous worm In the discaraq along and asked r. COPYRIGHTS ought to do, because this measure tillery until St empties Into the hell j professor arc you doing, my boy?" For CAN I OBTAIN A TATEMTf "What ia an noneK opiniun. will, to for the and the bill to provtde of death, dishonor and crime, that it t LatTa. replied: "I'm squirt-In,'- " And the-boaacatrirni rvpn iprlitotDtb pAtlWt MMIIW VQirudnic la-annAllJarillalt. A II of the iniome tax are in the demoralizes everybody that touches Itnaia nnd "let drivo" straight into tornoaUlou ixmcnt)ntf I'aleuta kiid bow to ob it from its source to where it ends. I tho astonished professor's faco. tunthm lentfre. AIM cauiogua o( meca&a- caI anil ftcleniiflo booki tent Irtft. It was tho same lad who objected do not believe anybody cart contemTttenti UkentbroiiAti Murn X Ox rcl? PMCialfK)tlMntbKrlenliaAnirlrnun4 rr nrtKrViT" nn FAR KNOUaiT plate the object without becoming last winter to his mother's giving a that mr btou$tt wiJelr tforttb public wit b. uavuu dowm iplcodid Mprv lno oat rw to tbo InTenlor, Thla IiiuM weaklfa leeanUyany mtrt td, baa tT fu I h It m.Jlcine. your prejudiced against the liquor crime. recoptlon. She dlj not think It acifniioa wotk id ids laniMI rtroi nation or cleans out necessary, however, to submit to wnria, a a year vampm onpira ton Tiro. In a, mora liuijainB jtm,unploaant AU we have to do, gentlemen, is to rjuayeur, etagi demands and Issued, Krery nambur coutali cop., 4A unts.aihirL lind nhntOaTiBnlia AlbAU or lea Hflaf tlfiil nUltu In Tho afternoon wav but Uiat'l think of the wreck pu either bank of hor Invltatlpns. hnui m. with clana, enabling bulidvra to how tb aaBBaT in, th? stream of death, of suicide, ofin camo and wont buv nobody called. to youmll BlL You're left rt delvni and ifcur contrioia , Addrcta when that U ott. go sanity, of poverty, of iguorance, ol Thnt evening somo of tho neighbors Dr. Floroo'i rie&aant fcurthar. rive batter hlp,doinoro destitution, of little children tugging called and gently inquired, who was tonlo or Thoy hare t. good. dcai at tho house. atrenntlioiitaK At on the llnlnv at the hded withered breasts o weep Thf nuunhr&riM of the Intattioec "Why, no one," was the astonished ing and despairing wives asking for asakU and IncreAaw the natural acUon ot the bowela, Br thta ineani. thay ptrmantrtly bread, of talented men of genius that reply. BUCKEYE hen what Is that crapo on tho tura CciutJpatloa, OlUoiunesa, Jaundloe, it has wrecked, the men struggling Bcur Btomaoh, JimijHlion, jjitzuuea, digs or door for?" BUioua HuUcW. nnd frenr Ilk diaordar. with imaginary serpents produced by And then themothcrof that young d rranuloa. a cum- Tl,Vj tlnr. the devilish thing, and when you hopeful discovered that a heavy bow pound Of reflnorl awl concentrated Ttgtbl CURS NOTHING BUT PllES.g extract lie imalUet, the a4eat to tike, think of the jails, of the nlmhoustj., of blacj,urapMiad adorned hor front andthooBslsaklnUiewaythoyiii:,, They're pwimftiMcJ t0givmUfcUonvtt of the asylums, pf the prisons, of the door oil the afternoon and that URK and C It STAIN CUHK A aYciy oae, or your money b rrturued. Ti pm scaffolds on either bank, I do not everybody vriohadcOmc la rcsponso W pay only for ! poorf you tt. known for If yoarn he tho wonder that ever thoughtful man it to her invitation had quiotiy turned. REMEDY for MLE8, Truly ha was right For HO enttte, t any druogl;W,yoeentMy Z M1C1 gainst this wretched stuff away again. ReawJr. AI.I. WBVaWiaTS. MY Dr. Sa' Catarrh ju(led; .'case,-Bo- slou Beacon. hut Tiwr naaa or Of MW lo Exchange. , called alcohol. nil) pentuuMaUr So kindly beat that noble heart amid the scenes of war, So shoae the love of Lincoln like a ff "INYt-iTou- NP$ r "God bless the people's Abraham who fills the chair ol state, May heaven nniile upon his acts, for he's as good as great; Asr,Cltt 400. Amid the cares thatweigh him down, amid the pomps and snow mIb by WHIUrne lie ll.llrtrlfortl Of his levee, he sought ui out and spoke of little Joe!" and if it does not provide means for raising money direct appeal to the people, it Is exceedingly likely to be embairassed, within the next year. New York Tribune. STAtE OV OniO.CtTYOPToUiDO, 1 Meigs, "wo can get an insluo measurement of nine feet four inches in height by ten feet four inches In width. When ,'th'c, tjlg rounding platforms that will permit the entire car' to bo emptied In twenty-flv- o seconds arc taken f lato consideration, the benefits of cylindrical cars will be appreciated. Bcsldo tho regular windows thcro will bo a line of "skylights" with curtains to keep outthp sua. Theso will furnish light toiho center row of scats that will havofo serpentine line of backs, or, Injpther words, will be arranged on tbe?. plan. The otberJsoaWwill bo run tho length of thoca3 Instead of V" crosswise, j. In speaking of thppwer to run his trains, Capt. Melgssald: "Boston people want rapid transit, not experiments. .'Tho trains can bo run by compound 'air or by electricity, but on myrorfd they will bo run by steam. My iomotlves are all encased In cars indlliere will be tete-a-tet- o I- i,.a -- ?JitJ torn-,plrt- J. L. Carson I -- 111 aSs riSjii OINTMENT aurar-eoate- I ZKT rawovott? JSm. .P1 2h " A r m ( . J kna X r When Edward Barton nsket. ftt Kinffsloy If ho would assist him Ijua winning Evo Morrison forhiswlfo iyw Jack mentally turned the question ' ?'?' fcV tlmcfJ! nrtd as that effort I thlr WAX revealed no plausible reason why the played fas request could not bo easily compiled with, he heartily assured his friend way, "Upon hi ha would do tho best ho could for tried to wi him. A month later ho began to wish ho sec, I'veA hadn't. Ho had thought ho knew I didn't particular Evo pretty well, for he had been a this courts1 sort of a bodyguard just how deu! of hers during the twenty-on- e years was true tt" of her existence, but In tho begin- throughout. Tb ning of that courtship, In which he "I wish vomas K was the connecting link, ho discovhoped to have," er. ered certain elements in Eve's char- leaving. "I acter of which he had beott hitherto toward you. en.is Yo-- j Ignorant. enough, I've no di,j Later on, various phases of his it some time, nut it own spiritual and mental make-u- p a fellow at first. that had previously been but latent ncmln. It would iu.qt powers began to make themselves purgatory for mo, nnict' alarmingly prominent and ha found1 woman I tako her U recr with dismay that ho was at that makohcrunhaDDV. tooful oj critical point in tho game playing When they mot him 60 entl with edged tools. in a foreign country. EvtA Lnv Ho lay awake all ono night symher distrust of him, but Jaciarm'' pathizing with himself for being so anxious for a renewal of thy , friendship, nnd. as Barton seemed v. unfortunately placed In such a pre-dlcamcnt, and tho next morning he nave forgotten the past and was went over to see Eve about (t and more than willing to make one ot learn without further ado what Bartheir party, they urged him to join ton's fata, was to "bo. It was not an them. Whon they went home a few -e-tr" agrceablo task. The dliSdeace with months later he soon followed them, 1.. which sho received all allusions to and took Up his abodo at the hotel his friend chilled tho ardor which bs where they stopped for tho first few conscientiously tried to Infuse into months after their return. LIUi hot the lost Cause, and left him in doubt Eve's doubt as to the sincerity of ""aghly as to what was tho wiser courso to his friendship had been lulled to rest Will t.".o reau pursue. by his oonduot while they wero ana . aiUJ01I , "w n "So I Buppose it la useless to urge, abroad, but thoy had been in Amernuu vum, 5ni vuuri j. his suit further?" ho said, at last, la ica again but a short time when sho lections and all a tone of mingled despair and rollef, began to fear and distrust him even cd to. Office 329 ifl at tho end of one of thoso' awkward more than sho had formerly done. periods ot sllenco with which their "Your prejudiced, that's all," Jack E. R. WEDDIN conversation had been interlarded told her. "Barton Is all right. Of that morning. course, ho was all cut up, but It's all over now. Why, I believe ho is one "Yes," she answered, with emphaHaetfokd, Ky. of the best friends I have, Eve." sis. "It is." Will practice his profession in all Ono ovenlng late in the autumn Ho arose and walked to tho win tho courts of Ohio dgwnnu looked earnestly .at tho Barton camo home complaining of counties: Alto Notary and adjoining Public. being norvoUs and dejeoted.' 11 to gainer swuuy-iniun- g snow, as Office, room 20, Hartford Houio. "Como with me," Jock suggested, therefrom an answer to another with ready sympathy. "We'll take a proposition which her summary dismissal of his former question had walk and smoke tho evil spirits away," brought forcibly before him. Tho two men left thd hotel and "I had to do it, you know," bo satd, going back and looking down walked away towards Howard's at her. Imploringly. "He asked me, point, a bluff a half mile or inoro and I couldn't refuse. Ho has odd down tho shore. Evo watched their Hartford, Ky. ways, but he is a good fellow on the departure with a strange feeling of practice his proteeelon In all whole, Barton is. I've known him dread, for which she chlded herself WILL courts of Ohio and adjoining as being foolish and unwarranted, counties and Court bf Appeals. Spet-ltofor years. We wore at school ' gether. I'm really sorrjryou couldn't but which sho could not dispel. attention given to collection., An hour later Barton returned like him; that Is, sorry for his sake. Office over Carson it Co. It'll be pretty tough on him, for he alone. "Where is Jock?" Eve asked had mado up his mind to win you. fiercely, mooting him on tho porch. Ypu'ro sure you'vo thought tho mat"He did not care to come in yet. I and could uevor ter over well,-Eve- , left him down at Howard's point. glvo hlra u different answer?" HAHTFORD, KY. "No," positively, ."I couldn't. If He'll bo hero soon." Evo turned back into tho bouse, Wijl practice his profession in tbr. ho were tho great Mogul himself I and Barton passed on to his own. courts of Ohio and adjoining countie 1. should hate him just the same." ' Careful attention given to all business ' There was another silence. apartments. Another Jiour passed by and still entrusted to him, Office in Rbpub- - 1 " aud"ho stepped nearer, "Evo," Building, "what would you say if I were to Jack, staid way. 'Really alarmed1 ltcas then, Evo throw her cloak around ask tbali quostion for myself ?" She looked up, then, and with a her shoulders and started toward tho bluff where Barton, said ho had laugh that ended In a sob, said: ' 'Why, Jaok Klngsley, I should say left her husband. thai) All just this: That you aro a greater wodud up and down tho paths among tho rocks of Howard's, goose than I ever supposed you were, or you would have asked mo that point she searched, but tho bluff ww loug ago Instead of meddling With doscrtod. "Jack I" she called, softly at first, thon louder and louder as other people's affairs and trylng.to Imarry mo off to that lunatic. Oh, her fears grow stronger. At lru she thought sho beard a faint voice Jack, how could you bo so dull?" all reference answer her. Sho leaned far over ths 1 Jack hastily waived I 'curnal makes nf ihn nllff nnd rrtllArl nrmln- -' f li l I ' ifenk- - Sample to his mental capacity, whllo ho nan "Jackl" There could be no mlstaki-J- J gathered the little woman In his then. name whloh sho It was HARTFORD, arms and vowed that he would novor beard in reply, her coming up from th any address. such a mistake again, an asmake Is prepared to do any 'viatkL CQ., to glvo them stretch of sand below. surance which seemed of Dental Operations. PLui8vUlc, Ky. "Fell over the cliffs," was the both au infinite sense of satisfaction, Office over V tho men who answered her reasonable. from whloh thoy were aroused soroo iCA,?"dUl! appeal for help and carried him book Bell's Drug Store. time later by the thought of Barton, was waiting Impatiently at to tho hotel. "Ho ain't the first ono ,,wbo Jack s rooms, to learn wnat progress that has gono just so." But the next morning thoy learned hod been made In tho wooing. "I am afraid of him, Jack," sho said, anxiously. "He has a rovenge- table beslde'UiTm,"P,caudg.;cr exful uature. Hn will think you wero sjl',f'j; mo and plaining H all. false to him. Send him to "I know I should do IfsorjJe time," lot me explain it to him. Ho will understand me and bo morq forgiv- ho wrote. "So long as I kept my ing wlh mo than with you. I pity senses 1 was all right, but theso him through It all and wish I could crazy spells como moro and mora havo moro respect fov hlra. I believe often ot late. I've had them all my I've I could think bottdr of him had ho life; they aretoan Inheritance. htm keep away from Is prepared to do all kinds dons his courting himself, rather always tried than through tho agenoy of his when I felt them coming on, for I Dental work at reasonable, prloss. bated him so at theso times that I friends." Office pver J. Y. Ford & Co'i would kill him. Last night Jaok laughed at her fears and knew I - the demon came qu mo when I know Feed Store. ..started away to tell Barton thq out- I had him in my power and I pushed MM !!! como of tho morning's conversation. VTC". XX him over tho cliff. I suppose ho tha lattor asked never meant to harm mo, but "What luck?" HAirrroRD, Kektuckt, I can't when Jack entered, grasping his arm help bating him. lies gone now. nervously. and I shall eoon follow." 'It's no use, Barton, thu game Is It was many days before Jack was up with you." able to give an account of tho affair. Will draw drafts from a iiie, n?A Barton sank helplessly into tho "I don't rpmombor much about it," nearest ohalr and looked at Jack as be told Evo the first tlmo they talked eotj cottago up to a fine two Mow, uraw pians icjkt. iv in If seoktng furtuer connrmauon or the matter over. "W were sitting nouie. Will make careful D3 donlol of the statement. lmoi,in aa the on tho ot all "I did tbo best I could, old man,' whcn wo gotupto como homo be aln old kinds buildings, and rj bouses. Mottc "LhsTfSU Jock wont on hurriedly. "I urged , pU8bed mo suddenly with great force letlivs." cause as fervently as though U 0nd I wont ovor. Tbo next thing I jour ware my own, ou sue um uu, and r8mem0er Is bearing your voice. rr then" be paused a moment, then Don't cry, Evo," ho oddod, as sho ELECYKtC TELEftONC BoM Urlt.a nai.aarnltr. added, frankly; "And then l iruxi mournfully pressed tho empty sleeve I tuBM tapis .tor. aad al4 ptlart e my own luck nod was accoptod." his right arm was gono. t ao4ltMlUroiiMrUi. Barton sriramr to his foet with & "Peer Barton. Wo can't blamohlra; making the for5lial!jrtng mo. Lot us bo happy groan, but instead of uiilun, aBrUutfw- OupM BMb)abli)pl. Oanfcatap r a ?fc further violent demonstration which Eve.. for we havo each oiuer.' unw a it natf out ml atAmr. no rvimAa. Jaok bad expected and for whloh fyti? cagoNdwa. lftriafflX;Tcr,cSri'rf;i 1 txine 1 Attorney at mm if W. H. BARNES nn al h Jo. B.ROGERS, Attorney at Law, r r 'a ( -- J. R. PIRTLE 1 HiiS'iTl' IN 1 KBNTi-'remuniS- ., ver-dlot- ot " 'J& ' ii. a. vmBF-DENTIST. - j i ! ta. iiy Giilwiff ail Siiliu 1& tituifor rora-whlc- h j J 1 v 't ; echoed Mr. Wutterson. Genen "I never hear the word that I do not view with think of Daniel Webster's story of Buy only ivat the disposi- - the time he met at. old gentleman in a railway car, and learning that he SmJ on the part of the Hartford to deleat the will was from New Hampshire, thought Bowntj 8oott A the people of this good county ex he would draw him out a little about zwmm old home State. A little more pressed by an overwhelming raajorN the uilding ty at the polls and thui to legalize conversation showed that the strangTO SEE IN second in our county town that arch enemy er came from Mr. Webster's native WHAT to repair to society and good government the town. Here was an opportunity not NATJ0NAL MUSEUM. Knowing that we are to be lost. e Russians open saloon. '"Did you ever hear of the Webcompelled to visit the county town us the labor .. tue cose vn result from their to transact much of the business of ster family there?' asked the states- Special to Tin! RnrunucAN. Washington is tbe great Mecca of er's dozen armor pistes to the life and that the evils begotten by the man. 'Oh, yes; I know them very well. America. No city in the country is lug, For that reaso works, England would whisky trafficrvould at once spring all of that trouble and into existence on the advent ot tbe The old man and I weregreat friends,' visited annually by such countless impossible to direct pcopli " 'Ahl then perhaps jou can prob- numbers of bridal couples, and hoits go to see certain objects saved our work people nil the labor open saloon.; feeling an abiding love of getting ore and coal together and for and pride in the welfare of Hart ably tell me what becameof the boys?' of sightseers cfa less interesting IlowoUrcnt "lory Wne Written. " 'Ezekiel became a big lawyer class. One of the places which every The history of any great and transporting them around the cou ti- ford and her institutions and believing that her good people do not wish the biggest lawyer, I guess, in all one visits is the great National Mustty, and then growing hot and tired undertaking is always interestIW The girls, too, eum, where the government has on ing, therefore with the exertion necessary to the to arrogate to th emselves the privN New Hampshire. nt the risk of being exhibition thousands and thousands accused of violating personal confilege of trampling under foot the reg- turned out welt.' fabrication of armor. " 'You don't say so; aad wasn't of interesting and valuable objects. dence, we tell our readers of the oriyet The Chinese, who are scholars, list- ularly and legally expressed will of ov. ened to the voice of"thinkers " They the majority of the county's good there a boy named Daniel?' The average visitor wonders about gin of a lamous story of the late war. Planted bought ships, guns and armor from citizens; therefore we most earnestly "The old man pondered a minute from room to room giving a glance The publishers of the Chicago Ledger only at each case, and goes away wanted a story which besides being a jo Cin foreigners, and they would bay more and sincerely protest against the pro before he answered. "'Now I come to think, there was tired physically, and confused ment love story of great merit, should vivup uni if such things were not contraband posed opening of saloons In the town a boy named Dan'l, but he went ally, at the perplexing immensity of idly describe the thrilling events of irisoners of war. Itis noticeable that the Rus- of Hartford. down to Boston years ago, and no the exhibition. Prances China, i given. the battle of Gettysburg and the sieg sians are not shelling out the ir gold R A Rowan, For the benefit of those who may of Richmond. One author after anone ain't heard of him since.' " Leslie Ward, after tbe to entice Chinese labor into mines S O Rowan, hereafter visit the museum I will de- other failed in the work, and at last Kate Field's Washington. Joseph Thomalson,B H Newton, and larc- e- and mills. It is said that McKinley scribe a few of the things, some of the famous St George Sathbu rne was L L Porter, and those preceeding him have been W B Hlnton, A French Opinion ol l'e. corners, approached on the subject, He deW B Hefttn, engaged in building a Chiuese wall W M Heflin, An Interesting opinion of American them In aboet this country, but as means of J M Whitehouse, R B Williams, workingiuen and their present con- which every one should surely sec. manded a fabulous price for the work, man-m- en corrupts Wm A Edwards, dition has recently come from a The great war cloak of the early but it was paid, and the story was from the keeping our wage earners lrom temp- G M Hipsley, Leslie Porter, French gentleman whose position kings of the Sandwich Islands is one actually written to order. It is howdis- - tation to labor steadily the wall has Levi Williams, reeds public been a failure. President Cleveland M E Lishbrook, Reuben Btunett, makes his conclusioas of more thin of the most curious and interesting ever, printed under the pen name of arrels, fights and and Professor Wilson are the boss Richard A Rowan.A R Pirtle, usual importance. la 1893 M. Levas-seu- s, exhibits. This was made of coarse "Hugh Allen." It is declared by zes its victims ana builders of a wall that insu res peace J R Pirtle, A V Rowan, who holds a chair in the Col- cloth covered with red, yellow and critics, who have been shown the adsorrow home to and quiet in our workshops. AmerJohn J Mitchell, RP Hocker, lege of France, was commissioned to black feathers arranged in a peculiar vance sheets, to be the best story of children. To establish the ican Economist. V W Pirtle, H Waddle, make a study of the cond ition of tbe design. The yellow feathers were the war ever written. The first in Hartford means simp ot it appeared in No. 3, Bennett, A Johnsou, JoeS worklngman in the United States. A , oowweo. irom a rare native bird Will invite all these evils. R W Barnes, IToincn HmiiKSlen. better account of the result of his trip which raust te captured alive nnd set Vol. xxiil of the Ledger, and at once SJ Hawkins, That women are in every way bet- W B Crabtree, favor open saloons agree to DEWard, attracted the greatest attention. A was given to the recent lecture upon nt ,iberty fter lne tuft r rnish from their number all tho ter than men every manly man will D W King, J R Felix, wages in the United States. One of feathers found under the wings are private letter from the editor informs Pu,lei1 Do they propose to shed be quick to acknowledge, but if they H C Felix, victims? W M Royal, the first facts noticed by the visitor VTOn,d out- - Th'ee of these feathers us that in order to reach nil classes of brin2- - in of the people, the publisher of the Ledger Sam Wallace, tears, to wear all tho rags to had not some defects of character it Ben Newton, the was that the American workman en- va,uc of one dollar and fifty cents, will mail the opening chapters of T W Hunt, shed all tho blood, to furnish targets would be downright cruelty to insist A M Miller, the ergetically resists a lowering of his wages, because he is conscious of his! The cloak was about one hundred story free of charge to all who send of their bodies for the aim of drunk- on their association with the ruder B S Chamberlin, Warren Taylor, heard ,n mauing, nnci was tintsued in in their name at once. The Ledger is Women never have and per- T M Bishop, T R Bishop, nolitical influence throueh his ballot murderers? Do they sex. en, saloon-mad- e haps never will learn to get into line J S Smith, J S Iglehart, strength the eighth reign from its beginning. a great paper, and each week gives intellectual and of his propose to do among themselves all at a ticket office, and it is doubtful if C P Brown, C T Barnard, through his education, and his resis- It constituted a most cherished pos- story matter enough to make a dolcross- - the quarreling, to furnish from their they can ever be convinced that smug- J R Taylor, tance is stengthened by the organiza- session of the crown, and at present lar book, Address TiirChicacoLbikJ-rr- , J P Miller, .o nday and firesides all the young men as victims gling is a misdemeanor, and that un Chicago, Illinois. Worsley, AS tions which the law leaves him tree rate of wages cost more than a milJohn Buskill, Do they? alt y war ol to tho curse of drink? der certain circumstances it is a Lawrence Allen, G. S Fitzhugh to form. The truth of this observa- lion of dollars, or more than tbe f, i'numll Well hardly. And if they did HarU crime. Pitt or Kohinoor diamond are There are men smugglers, R E Pirtle, John Blair, tion cannot be denied, and that it is Oae pocket-boocontaining some ford still does not want saloons. many of them, but it is doubtful worth. if Jas A Park, D B Bartlett, true should be a source of gratificamoney between my residence and cky young man anu bis Hartford does not wish to increase there is one of them who In the room devoted to invertebrate Hartford, does not M S Ragland, tion to every" American. M Lcvas, onMonday Jan. 7, 1895, were married wniie out the power and opportunity of men to feel like a criminal till his venture Wood Tinsley, J A Baird, seur states that American workingmen zoology, in a case by themselves.will Owner can have same by calling on W S Gains, What do evil. Sunday last. be found the precious great auk's is successfully accomplished; but V B Morton, live in better homes than the workJ A Howard, me, and by paying for this notice women have no such compunctious A S Bennett, men ol Europe can by any means se- egg and skeleton, to see which the Jobe Farmer, Larkrn Williams. C. Blade Taylor has of conscience. The Hon. cure. In his lecture he gave a list of enthusiastic ornithologist may well P M Porter, H L Brown, Centertown, Ky. What rig ht has Hartford, with a been very favorably suggested as the It is said at the custom houses of N C Daniel. wages paid in the United States, and make a pilgrimage across the contiJohn M Letch, voting population of less than 200, For Hole. proper man to succeed himself in the every country in the world, where J S Cooper, in reference to his question he took a nent. The auk was once abound on J B Her, to override the voice of the 5,000 One milch cow, half Jersey; now Senate. His candidacy would appeal import duties are collected and bag- R T Langford, A King, position different from that usually Funk's Island near Newfoundland. J giving two gallons milk a day. Will voters of the county? strougly to the Republicans of Ohio gage searched, that most men and all James Cecil, J M Wade, taken by foreign observers in this The early Dutch navigators found sell cheap. For further information, them so tame and stupid, that when women D II Miles, country. He doubts tbe allegation The street crossings in various county and to tho party throughout who are smugglers. The women J L Patton, Office. in want of fresh meat fouls they would call at Tint comes home from Paris with that the purchasing power ot wages the District, not alone from his honE E Rogers, J B Stevens, parts of town nro in miserable condilay their ships alongside the shore her trunks bursting with presents for is no higher in America than abroad. J N Jarnagin, tion. EP Bennett, Why could not something be orable and efficient service in the lost her friends, and wearing apparel for V G Barnett, Bread, he repll es, is not dearer in and drive the birds up the gang-planJontB Wilson, Legislature, but from tho fact that he dnno to mend matters? herself, is quite ready to make affThomas Meador, France; meat is cheaper, fruits are into the boat. After a time the birds drew a short term. J O Butler, Nothing would Clay was marritd give greater pleasure to Ohio county idavit that the articles are all for her Daniel Hicks, W Hocker, abundant and cheap; drinking water were alt killed oflT, the last pair being Hon. Bbutus J own use, and that she has all ready costs next to nothing; ordinary dress taken in Iceland in the year 1844. S F Wallace, on Wednesday to Mrs. Marsteller, a Republicans than to have an opportuB F McCormick, used them. The woman who does M Brown, materials are not higher than in Eu- Six years ago a single egg of this Burden, As widow. J beautiful and charming nity to endorse Senator Taylor for this is, as a rule, a good mother, wife Francis rope. Lodging, he says, is at least bird was sold at auction in London J F Wallace, J T Smith, in his fat her's case, he married in the and should Muhlenberg or daughter, and all the chances are S L Stevens, onethlrd higher than in France, but for about Ji.joo. The specimen Black, Frank face of opposition. field her turn, this they would that she is a strict church member Samuel Keown, J H Bay, the American is better lodged. In which the government owns is in perno doubt be glad to do. But should and when ahoine has a class in Sunsumming up this authority states fect condition, but the skeleton is ST Stevens, C F Austin, street car employers of Brook-- . The Muhlenberg claim her turn to furnish day School. It is estimated that this Murphey, Taylor that the level of both real and nomi- made up out of a job lot of old bone. C L Baird, Jyn are out on a strike and serious I Ttoj, fj Itl&jliSlaBtJlllVrAV the next Senator,as she bos a perfect form of smuggling costs the GovernOne of the few things I remember D J Coleman, nal wages is higher in tbe United Will Acton, anticipated, as both tho irouble is ment about a quarter of a mil lion dolright to do, Ohio county Republicans T F Johnston, States than in Europe. If the Ameri- navmg seen at me centennial was a J I Felix, jplopers and employees are deter have no desire to act in bad faith, and lars a year. W L Likens, can workman were content with the pair ol boots made out of tanned epi- - j D C Shown, mined not to give in. But the good women who uncon- N P Boswell, thus attempt to take from their brethlife of the Belgian or German work- dermis ol home sapiens, in other W II H Park, of our sister county, a right, sciously commit these pgty offenses Thomas Lee, man he could make large savings. words of human skin. The gruesome R L Taylor, it. r. Jl'ode A Dover, Now Hamshiro bank ren, Stontwtil, Tan. whichby custom and cmsent is theirs. against law are .quite harmless and R B Carter, But he has the will to maintain him- but fascinating object is now in J N Hudson, jshicr, who was (80,000 short in , insignificant compared with the pro-Senator-ship- ? William Coghill, self at the highe grade of material storage not having been unpacked H Pendleton, accounts, committed suicide Mon Does Muhlenberg desire the fessional female smugglers, to watch W M Autry, comforts and spend morethau the Eu- since its return from the World's Fair. would seem to bo a proper quesW P Bennett, (rben he heard that the marshal whom requires a corps of trained deThe leather to the unitlated resemropean, because he consumes more. H Roach, J J T Lowe, Kldnoy and Liver Troubls) liter him with a writ for his ar- - tion. tectives of their own sex. This B P Petty, The conclusions arrived at by M. bles perhaps coarse Morocco, and the J E Davidson, smuggler is usually pretty, alwajs and Nervous Debility F M Martin, Levasseus should be studied by some boots look as if they would stand Peiuiats no roan in tbe county is adriot, and is quite a match for those DC$ack, good service. In Europe the skin Americans who have never been outJacob Shaver, 10 Year of Buffering Kndad by Ciiaubeos, of Hawes- - moreWidely known and certainly none set to watch her. The women detec- W N Stevens, V M Porter, side of their own country, We have of criminals has frequently been tannTaking Hood's, ndidato for the Repub- - i,i more popular with tbe people than tives at our custom houses becomes E E Tinsley, citizens who are constantly arguing ed for such use. Let us hope that the "a X. Bood Co., LawiU, Mtti.x R H Barnes, J M Taylor, Xioa for Bcgister of tho "Capt. S. K. Cox, who for the past wonderfully expert in guessing just of "The S R Williams, that the higher rate of wages paid in "tough citizen," whose hide was hT been truly Hexd'i Birniptrill la rare S T Brown, mimloiu. It tu surpui Ho is a good Itepub-roa- n twelve years has been engaged in the what a suspect has on her person, Williams, country do not really benefit the worked up into these boots by an urotatT medlctn I hart) rer Ukco. For 14 TP this O M Bishop, and would make banking business in Hartford. Capt. and not many escape ;their scrutiny. American tanner, was at least of for- yean t wm troubled with torpid 11m, kUtr workmen, but In the foregoing we " II B Taylor, Jr., A Taylor, tronbU and nimui debility, and wm , Cox was a gallant soldier and a But tbe question as to why honest J rer. see and undoubted foreign authority eign birth. W S Tinsley, E E Brown, A Holploso Invalid. great favorite, os ho is to this day, women should show such a liking for The original Francis life car is to W B Hines, practically stating that while wages J M Williams, I hart bets taking Kode'i eariapartlU (or Urea las men anu people among his comrades. He served the smuggling remains unanswered. Can are much higer in the United States be seen in one of the side rooms. monthi and I fiel that I am eured. I feel Utter G S Hamilton, R T Hines, realize what a great people for twelve years as County it be that they believe so long as they Uub Uiank for S O Baird, than in European countries, the cost This car was constructed by Joseph Sow Brit, for huehealth,iltttea0. yean. I It Co., R P Coleman, ray 1. Hood and renienco the Uwens- - Clerk, making one of tho best and are deprived of the liberty to vote of living is nearly the same here and Francis, and was taken to tbe New eeoond, for Uood'i Sariapartlla. I hare racers. T W Tabor, R V Fitzhugh, I d Telephone would most painstaking officials the county they do not hold themselves to be as W O Chinn, across the water. The favorable im- Jersey coast for trial. During a terriR Davis, would receive im- - ever had. lie was instrumental in amenable to the law as do those who D H Allen, W A Edwards, pressions left upon the gentleman ble snow storm on the night ot It to all tnjr fereral ef earnest attention. of tho Bank of exercise the fratuhist? N. Y. Ad- J A Bennett, tho organization B P Beannen, mentioned by American workingmen January it, 1850, the ship Ayershire tnened uitng Hood'cDtlfhbori and with (eof them are fleriapartjla vertiser. was wrecked, and the car was drawn reaulU. larnuytarioldaadfeelbetterthaat W C Wallace, and their surroundings ard compliHartford, which was incorporated in W B Barnard, did at e0.'f Mm. E. Yfxpx, BtonowalU Tf no. The notorious Bill Cook, who, 1882, with which institution he has mentary alike to American institu- out to it by means of a line tied to a J B Coppage, J A Myers, Col. llrndlrr 1'er Uorinar, Hood'a Pills act ball which was fired from a cannon. effielcnUy, on the Urer cully, yet protnpUy and with his gang, has been making life S D Bennett, O B Chapman, tions ane fairness of the visitor. and boweb. sso. Capt. ever since been connected. The Kentucky Leader says: Load alter load of human freight it interesting for tho West, has at last Cox American Manufacturer.' S LiStClair, has coJHH0taryexpert in "Col. W. O. Bradley's nomination F M Sim carried in safety through the breakbeen captured by a nervy little MarJames R StClair, by the Republicans for Govenor is C D Bean, banking nndTwitnewed tbe pro reputation of Ayer's ers to the shore. The two hundred The world-wid- e shal in New Mexico, He has been J T Wallace, J M Christian, gress of tho Mnk of Hartford through now a foregone conclusion, all talk of Hair Vigor, is due to its healthy ac- passengers aud forty eight ofthe crew brough back to Oklahoma for trial. S M Christian, opposing candidates having died Milton Boyd, of unequalled its whole history tion on the hair and scalp. This In- were thus rescued from what would Hoover, J M Autry, and prosperity. Tho history away, Theuniversal expression seems J J comparable preparation restores the otherwise have been certain death, Moke voters signed the potition, growth W D Penlton, T F Crowder, to be that his remarkable race in 7 original color to gray and faded hair, This car was never alterward used, of no banking institution in Kenin an other column, against open saW A White, makes him several thousaad votes N L Peniton, and imparts the gloss and freshness but was presented by the Governtucky furnishes greater grounds for W Baley, loons in Haitford than there aro votWT Jamison, stronger than any other man in tbe J so much desired by all classes of peo-pi- ment to the inventor "to be preserv- fCree to of Will the eangratulatioas to its management party.and the Democratic newspapers J B Allen, ers in the whole town. GJ Christian, than is furnished by tho Bank of ed as a relic for all coming time." W II Humphrey, Hosea Shown, comparitively small number of voters are begging the Pemocrats to "get As Cashior and President For that purpose it was deposited by Anv one sendincr in a tubscrlnfion J M Thomas, in Hartford fall to hcod the voice of Hartford. together" If they would defeat the Wilson Shown, . .. .. , ' . .. Taken tip nn Entrny, his courteous and tne invemorin tne national Museum. ' to this paper for one year, occompan- T R Black, S W Rowe, livtections of tho Cap, Cox has, by By E. O. Ross, near town, one Garrard county leader. the peoplo from other Everybody who goes to the muse careful business methods, more closeled by $1.35, the regular price of Tub II B Taylor, "Col. Bradley warned the people of D A Pierce, er colored bird dog, short hair, and county? ly still endeared himself to the people Keutucky in D S Smith, J M Porter, condi-tio- n gives evidence of being a fine dog, um, of course looks first at the relics RrtrUBUCAH, will be sent free of i887of the rotten of George Washington and General charge for one year a copy of The J W Miller, camo out of tbe county, who will regret to lose of affairs at Frankfort, and In J N Cole, Ower can have him by calling and The CourierTournal his pleasant address from a place he six months from the day of the elec- Charles Leach, Weekly Commercial a Henry Leach, proving his property and paying for Grant. These are incases directly in Louisville Monday in a giant 48 page edition, paper, filled with J C Park, this notice. Apply at Rrpudlican front of the main entrance and are large giving glowing accounts of the histo- has so long and so faithfully filled, tion Dick Tate was a fugitive from I M Chapman, guarded night and day by special more news than any other metropoli3 I Coleman, Office. and Nor is his popularity conGned to the justice, the State treasury was empty II F Lowe, ry and resources of tho City policemen. 7, H Raddlsh, tan weekly. S A Sanderfur Stato, besides containing many other people ot the county. Ufa has merit- and half the State officials at P rank-foAbsolutely correct market reports. The Government maintains a large The only way to cure catarrh is to ed and won the esteem and confidence were trembling In their boots for Larkln Williams, I II Stevens, Aside from its Interesting features. Watib'tevens, L F Dennett, purify the blood. Hood's Sarsaparll-l- a force of curators and assistants whose You can get a Ires sample copy of extremely bad politics, tho CbUrur of his brother bankers. Last October fear of exposure. Thousands of IndeThomas Williams, purifies the blood and tones up the sole duty seems to betodisarrangeand The Weekly Commercial by sending at Paducah, in the Captain's absence, pendent, thinkiug Democrats are SE Bennett, Journal is a great paper. rearrange the various objects. They your name to that paper. V D D Stevens, whole system. growing tired of the old political ret John Chinn, ' be was elected Vice President of tho n. j i are continually carrying things front G W Snell, Qeouoe E. Tnow, one of Kentucky Bankers Association for the gime and are ready this year to vote A A Iglehart, in Hon. W N Mangy, WANTED Agents and newsboys one part of tue building to another, SWHlucs District, a with the Republicans for themanwho the most intelligent and influential Fourth Congreesional A Doling, in every town not already supplied, and one Is never certain where he WR Jones, eight years ago bad the courage to citizens of Jefferson county, In J., is compliment which fajls to but few. to sell the great illustrated Family will rind an object he wishes to see. J T Funile, denounce the corruption that was Elljib Morris, out in a card giving bis reasons for Tho splendid personal and business stalking in the Capital of C Allen, Newspaper, "Prnnsyiyania Grit." To an occasional visitor an important the State CHoovor, deserting the sinking ship of Democ- qualifications aod extensive populari- without fear of detection or punish, T u Dalmian, flood, part of the interest felt is in finding a Best selling paper published. J Y Hagcrman, racy and for espousing Republican-ism- . ty at heme and abroad furnishes tnent." C L Woodward, live boys make from 50 cents to $5 solution to their latest plan of classi SJ Fulkerson. The doors aro always open and abundant assurances in whatever every Saturday, Send for free sam- - fication. For many years the writer Henry WesterfieldJ M Rogers, Let field Capt. Cox may embark. ReMr. G. S. Pierce, of Buel, Ky., was J M Martin, U C Acton, there's room for many more. pie copy and full particulars to Grit has upon each visit tried to locate a Address orders to Till! I gretting to lose him from his old place in town the first of the week. large case containing life sized figures Hartford, Ky, R L Brown, j Pususuino Co., Williamsport, Pa. II V Royal, the good work go on. Fame'"' Inter' Boy imultl. l'fj$ m sue-cesf- , yew ! ba'. Kls I ?"" Or-(of- k k MM ilr. A Helpless Invalid tsu X Hood'ssv Cures ' THE LOUISVILLE WEEKLY COMMERCIAL readers paper. i8-8- e. this ..... rt Send yoar money and 'J GET TWO PAPERS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE. ) 4J MjWWri i f,f.,Hr"l 'M - -- i,.I 1 - roke see her out in a few School opened Tuesday nlgl eft Sat- Others Invited to at a largu number of pupils arc expected this week be spit Attvk be a grand affair Bank and puE cents. College Motet. Monday was the beginning of a lord papers J.S.Cou! Johnson is out again, he John T Moorb, Sec'y rndayand Sunday night. new term, and many visitors were present. The following uetv students t.'cms at his best when in have matriculated: Ida Asliby, Edgar Ted people In and about Smith, Fannie Jackson, Mattie Wood, H. Wood, Sam M. Wilson, Ozna complains of hard tlmes.but J. Shultz, Maggie Davidson, J. E. DaFords-vill- e. Undo Barn's Tldo terlng the works that ore coin York Hi vidson, Sallle Quisenbery, R. E. Cox, u about here, they are doing very and many others are expected every wen. Vatna of the Initramed Very near all of them are livday. When we see so ninny brilliant Superior!! Our the1 ing In their own homes. are There Mrpe-llIt It Cok faces that occupy our spacious halls, about 71 families living In Haytl and anj Operated!-- ! we can but draw inspiration from all, A Dnilnm Change. rSeen employed Hartford, and only about 10 Capt. Sam K. Cox, who has been Thoharbor of New York h (School at Alexander families who are renting, and none at and strive with more zeal to attain 5ea8th. the poor house and only one in jail. those things for which life has beeu Cishler of the Bank of Hartford since bar which It Is lmposslblefor vessels its organization, has disposed of his of certain draft to cross except at Some of the papers In the State are designated. Dr J. S. Coleman is able to be out Several new classes have been or- interest to Mr. John J. McIIenry, and high tide. At Fort Hamilton, In J after being confined to his room lor very loud in their condemnation of ganized, among those are Mythology, has been succeeded Now York harbor, there has bcon prizec by Mr. J. CRtley Judge Buchwalter, of Ohio, for reBcvernl days with bronchitis. Pron erected by the government a small Logic, Mechanics and several others as Cashier. Capt. Cox, by his fair building with a largo fusing to honor a requlslon from the half dlso on tho march which are very interesting. Leave your laundry at the Hart Governor of Kentucky.for business methods has made everytop bearing figures. Long black time to t the return Miss May Ross, Hartford, visited body his friend. Mr. Riley is a first-clalord House and It will be sent to oi a fugitive from marks pointing to tbo figures repre- Bean and justice on the the Richmond Steam Saundry, business man, and has a large sent feet, shorter marks half feet. tette grounds that were he returned he the cchool Wednesday morning. by Prof. Plrtle, who has been absent acquaintance: throughout the county, A pointer, similar to a hand on tho Miss Clime Gray, of Denver Dam, would probably be murdered, toco of a clock, moves to tho right ley, Mes; at bis home in Hardin county which will enable him to fill the posihappened to quite a painful accident Rev. II. S. Hampton, of Green After t: when tho tldo is rising and to the for several weeks, accompanied by tion admirably. Tuesday by falling and breaking a county, this SUte, got Into a diffleft when the tldo Is falling. These Stewart re1 rehis friend, Mr. Montgomery, will At a meeting Monday the following finger. iculty with a white man and shot figures and Unci are so large that "The Deep turn this week, officers were elected: II. J. C. Llnd-leblm. While he felt that he was jus- they can bo seen distinctly through manner. Qi Sever! new students Was there ever a time when educaPresident! John J. McIIenry, entered a field glass at a very long range. Morton's subji Hartford College Monday, it being tmed in what he had done, to avoid tion was as indispensable as at the Vice President; John C. Riley, CashNow, It would bo impossible for tho Alexander Pa, Th He present? How the world calls for the ier; the first of the last term of this schol being lynced, he fled to Ohio. John T. Moore, Assistant Cash- captain of tho vessel, or the one navwas followed to that State by a relaHim Great?" was . astic year. broad and liberal educators to occupy ier, and the following Board of Diigating it, to toll, just by glancing at tive of the man he shot, and who apits many positions of honor and trust, rectors, viz : John C. Thomas, Dr. J. the dial, whether tbo tide was rising usual happy manner.) Mr D.L Daldwla was qualified yes- peared before the Governor of Ohio as Labrador," by Miss those whs will confront life in all its S. Coleman, II. J. C. Lindley, John or falling, and it might be very imterday as Deputy Clerk at Beaver a Deputy Sheriff and demanded that untried realities, on whom we can reportant for him to know this. It he was a beautiful reci' ' n . . . . 1 C Riley and John J. McIIenry. Dam. He will make a . . nml . wero going to cross the bar, be would mental Solo by MissL MMiipion, wuo naa ueen arrested on ly lor the upbuilding of the moral and , ' a warrent sworn out in Green county, The examining trial of Albert know how long It would take him to Mr. Eldred Tate's "La intellectual world. Ah, how few res Mr. Ike Kinder, Beda, who has Kv' for shooting Bertie Barnard reach tho bar, but if he did not know uation" was well ren turned over to this State, alize that we arc making the Austin been visiting relatives near Lexlng- - Tlle necessary papers were Issued and came up Wednesday and evidence was the exact condition of the tide ho Bessie Williams' subject' future and that the present is but a might make a mistake and attempt nice Waters," was well reci ton, has returned, and made us a he appeared before Judge Buchwalter, closed jesterday evening. Arguportraiture of the past, and as time I of Hampton county, ments will begin this morning in the to cross tho bar when there was made more beautiful IT call Tuesday. pleasant Ohio, with his rolls away the veiling of the future, wos not water enough, or ho case. ThoasA.Al.eJ prisone.f t0.take ,he . final 8tePst the sculpturing of Mai riage license might be more comfortably anchored Sallie Cate singing a solo ent' with all its ' MtM h u 1.1. ft... - a inc scene 01 imperfections will be revealed. How nearer New York than the bar. "On Venice Waters." Miss La to Miss Suian A Burden, E. I,. Davis vuuvcjriuK uiui uacK Far Bale or Rent. Rev. Hampton pro many young men and women oi The Uttlo arrow immediately Morton's "Music Hath a Charm' ApA house and lot in Hartford. to Miss LurvWatd, Alonro D.Stewart his troubles. the tested In an able speech to the court to Miss Janejtc McMilHon. present, endowed with ttrong and ply lo Wiluams & Bnix, Hartford, over tho roof tells the captain completely charmed the audience, so that he would not be given a fair Or J. W. Lytle, Owensboro, Ky. whether it is rising or falling tidnf well did she recite. wMiss Lillie Burtalented minds, that are insensible to Clyde Wedding agent for the Rich- trial aud that he would when it points down, the tide Is fall- ton's "Golden City" was beautifully ,a certainly be the admonitions of those around mond Steam Laundry requests his mobbed If taken back. . Miss Annie Newcomb, of Clear ing when it points up, tho tide la described, tailored by Miss Annie The Judge, them, and who drift along on time's customers to have the cash ready after viewing the mob Run, is quite sick with consumption. rising. Tho captain knows at onco Fogle's Instrumental Solo. Miss history of the waves like a ship withthe exact condition of the tide and when he dulivers goods. State, refused to let the alleged officer out rudder or guide. Southern School says: whether ho can reach the bar and Lizzie Sanderfur graphically describEccs Houo. Mr. J. Ed. Davidson, one of the have the prisoner, unless the GovernA few days since, President Ithoads, cross on time. It Is four feet high ed "A Deserted Indian Village." foremost teachers of the county, has or of the State of Kentucky and the IlnrirorU Commercial tlnb. of the State Association, accompanied and rising If the band points to tho "Flags at Sea,"by Miss Lillie Thorn-a- s At a regular meeting of the Hart- by Principal Coleman, of Frankfort, moved to town in order to attend Judge in the District where the crime was good. Miss Corinne Cox, in figure 4 and the arrow points up; it Hartford College. Miss Maggie Dav- was committed, would write him let- ford Commercial Club held January came to Lexington to consult with is four feet high and falling if the her usual winning way, sang a beau idson ctme iu with him to attend ters, assuring him that the prisoner 11, 1895, W. M. Fair resigned as local school people, preparatory to arrow points down. The machinery tiful solo. Miss Lizzie Miller in 'An would be protected from a mob and President and Col. J. S. R. Wedding taking sttps toward the meeting in that moves tho hand on the dial and Egyptian Princess," was tood and school. tho arrow Is very blmple arlie given a fair trial. the rendition excellent. ''An EvenJune. The meeetlng will probably be rangement of pulleys and an This, both the was elected in his stead. Mr. Alonzo Stewart and Miss Jen-etropes. ing Immigration Committee asked fur- held the last week of that month. Governor and the Judge flatly refused with the First Empire" Miss McMilHon, both of Heflin, were It would not do to have the float on ther time to report. Ella Taylor, was well recited. Mrs. married by Judge John P. Morton In to do, aud Judge Buchwalter released Born to the wife of Robert Webb, which this houso is built subject to Grievance and Turnpike CommitHampton and he is now a free man. the ripple of every passing wave, so Spalding sang "The Sweetest Story the Clerk's Office Wednesday. Both of Beda, yesterday a fine boy Paul We know that the law assumes and tees made no report tho house is built on a float that lies Ever Told," which was sweet indeed. are popular young people of their Miller attendNavigation Committee after talking Alexander. Dr. Joe T. ' in an outer box into which tho Miss Belle Wocrner "Among the Cliff Instructs Ith.t all officers will obey ing physician. neighborhood. water enters through small holes, Dwellers" showed she was thoroughits mandates; it also instructs that the matter over appointed a Commitso that it is the actual rising or fall- ly familiar with her subject. The Board of Supervisors, after beA HEAVY ELECTRIC SHOCK. every person occused of crime shall tee to correspond with our Represen"Just ing In seslon for several days, adhave a fair and impartial trial before tative and Evansvllle's Representative How It Feels to Be knocked Over ing of the tide that is Indicated on Among Ourselves" by Mis Lizzie the dial, and not that motion of tho Stevens was journed Tuesday evening and the punishment by 2,500 Voltt. well rendered, and was Judge Buchwalter in Congress, urging them to do all water which Is produced by tho wind. Sheriff and his deputies enteied at stated that he had on two different in their power to have locks and An accident Occurred one mornall seen tho maps that followed by Miss Florence Morton, We have once upon their duties of notifying occasions sent prisoners back to dams in Rough River completed at ing, says the Baltimore American, aro Issued by the government which who sang "Alabama Coon," which (he people whose taxes were raised. the earliest possible time. Said Com- on tbo roof of a plumbing establishStates where they were accused of indicate tho movements of tbo tide; completed captivated the audience. , ment. tbo government Issues tide tables After much deliberation the judges, Mr. B. L. Bnlllngton and Mr. A. C. having committed crimes, and both mittee was composed of J. J. McIIen-ryTho Insulation of an electric light T. L. Griffin, S. K. Cox and T. J. that tell at what hour it Is high or low Messrs. G. B. Likens, Z. II. Shultz Cain have formei a partnership in the prisoners were lynched as soon as fourth-stor- y winwire running in n tldo in all tho harbors on the eastern and Mrs. J. S. R. Wedding, decided barber business and will occupy the they reached those States. One of Smith. dow of tho establishment burnt and western coasts. But there aro that Miss Florence Morton should President ordered that alt Committhese was a man remanded to the new shopjifst above the Commercial through, and was noticed by Joseph" Shortly after re- tee reports be made in writing in the Stevens, who was (standing in front many things that effect the tides. have the prize lor the best composiHotel. Both of these gentlemen are State of Kentucky. Tho wind is ono thing that affects s of a stable near by. Capt. Joseph tho tldo very tion, and Mr. Likens in a neat little barbers, aud will run a fusing to deliver the man Hampton future. greatly. As on indicaSecretary ordered to ascertain the 0. McGregor and J. V. Younr, of the to the State the wisdom of his proses shop. The firm will be tion of how great is tho difference in speech presented her with five dollars salvago corps, went up on the roof the tide3 In Now York barbor, cution was apparently exemplified by indebtedness of the Club, Bullington & Cain. tho in gold, the prize offered by the Committee composed ot M. L. of the house. the double tragedy at Mt Sterling, actual rise and-fa- ll of the tide is four teacher. Mr. Lowry Davis and Miss Lura As is customary in cases whero feet six Inches, but the tide has risen where a prisoner who had been tried Heavrin, J. J. McIIenry and Jas. F. Tke class has been in charge of Ward, f the No Creek neighbortho woodwork catches fire, Capt. seven feet six inches above mean and acquitted was brutally butchered Carson were appointed to ask the Miss Sallie Coleman for the past McGregor used tha iron pruning low water hood, were married last Suuday evenmark. Northwest winds term and has made excellent progress. Fiscal Court to donate $78.42 to go to by a mob of armed ruffians. knife that firemen carry with them ing at 5 o'clock at the No Creek the Immigration Bureau of Kentucky. to scrape tho woodwork to see If auy will drive the water into tho bay, The Louisville Post says: "Stop Church by Rev. J. B Ferryman, In causing tho water to remain nt high C. R. Maktik, Examination sparks remained. The knife accitide for a long time; a northeast the presence of a large circle or ad- outrages and assasinations and dentally came in contact with tho gale will blow tho water out of tho Of pupils of Room 1, of Hartford Colyou will hear no more of mobs," but miring friends. A Card. Both are popular lege, made the following grades at live wire. 'Then," use tho they administer the medicine to the Having sold my interest in the bared ot Capt. McGregor tohimself, bay, and we will have very low tides. tke close of last term: young people in their community. wrong ones, for when a negro com- Bank of Hartford, I will on the last words On the 29tu of January there was a who had far enough recovered to Lillie Burton 69, Juliet Thomas 94, Mr. C. R.Martin will operate a feed mits a crime and is arrested, northeast galo. The result was that there is of tnis month retire from the manage- converse with an American restore and carry In connection with 'absolutely no chance for him to es Lizzie Stevens 93, Lizzie Johnson 72, ment of same. I take this method of porter, "the first thing I knew I tho tide in New York barbor did not his watchmaking establishment a cape justice for all the officers mark, but re- Allen Brandon 31, Albert Stewart 71, of the thanking those who have entrusted felt a shock I can't describo just fall to mean full aud complete stock of feed stuff, law are white men, the attorneys are to me the safekeeping of their funds, exactly what It was like and I was mained threo feot above that mark; Wayne Render 89, Pearl Tweeddlegi, and at high tide, or flood, it rose one Sam Cox 7a, Charlie Griffin 38,David such as the best rnakesof Flour, Meal, white, the jurors are white and there and recommend my successor to the thrown violently on the roof against r, foot and a half above mean high Bran, Shipstuff, &c. Anyone want-lu- g is a taint f the green-eyeMiller 38, Ella Taylor 87, Florence Young, who also fell. Fortunately, monster public as a safe business man. Havwhich is four feet six Inches. Morton anything in hisllne will be given race prejudice existing in 94, Eldred Pate 85, Mazle a sign erected at the end of tho roof The next tldo fell to mean 9 ing been Instrumental in the organithe lowest prices nnd prompt service. stopped us, or wo would surely mark, and on tho rise ot tho next Thomas 95, Dyer Brandon 96. Guy f all the courts in the State. So the zation of the Bank of Hartford I shall havo both fallen down four tide the. wator scarcely rose above Williams 97, Bessie Fair 89, James Mr C. R. Mattln, the hustling negro is sure to get his just deserts always take an interest in its welfare stories into the street below. that mark. The very next tide it Nance 86, May Westerfield 90, Walter for all that he has done. While on and be proud of its continued growth I was altogether conscious throughJewelr, has moved his jewelry fell two feet below mean low water. Pate 86, Elvis Carson 45, Ike Sander-fu- r stock to the L. B. Bean old stand, the other hand a white man who is and success. out tho wholo affair. I did Now, the tldo tables issued by the 99, Edith Carson 91, Howard from a respectable family and who and besides keeping the best stock not feel any pain at all; the shock government Btated that Very respectfully, that day Simmons 62, Lizzie Miller 95, Belle has money may go through a form of was so sudden that I merely exofJewelry in the Green River coun S. K. Cox. high water at Governor's island wan Wcerner 96, Laura Morton 93, Lizzie claimed: 'Oh!' and tell. I was altotry, he will handle all kinds of Feed trial, because of bis popularity and at 3:12 p. in. The facts aro that at TI10 I.ttraturaClaM. gether powerless, though conscious that hour on tbat day the tide was Sanderfur 95, Lillie Thomas 95, money will go free after having comStuff. Mr. Martin, is a first class Walter Martin 31, Mabel Hocker 99, One of the most enjoyable even ts nnd when tho Vest of tho men came two inches abovo gentlemen, and if you need anything mitted as gross a crime as is ever reof the season was the entertainment on the roof I myself told them to Tbat proves to us the valuo ot a tldo DiUler Ralph 68, Bessie Williams 89. corded in criminal annals. In his Hue you would do well lo call S a pick roe up and carry me In thi Indicator. Outlook. Miss Salub MayColkman, hemp-nectie judicially administered given at the College Hall on last Frion him. house and my arms and Teacher. Jan. 11, '95. to a few of the lynchers would be the day night by the members of the Then came beatqueerest part hands. The Panama Canal. tho of the Mr C L Field b as sold a half Inclass in English Literature. A large only remedy for the evil. Men should whole affair. I could feel tha blood PoorDlgMlton Edmund Bartlssol, a civil enterest iu his livery business to Mr. be taugh that human life can only be and appreciative audience greeted the coming back' into circulation and my gineer, who helped pierce tho IsthLeads to nervousness, fretfulness, Rowan Holbrook, and the firm will many brilliant faces that marched to heart beginning to beat taken by a process of law. more strongcontinue bujlnes at the same old the sweet strains of music and formed ly. I had been weak as a child, and mus of Suez, has made public his peevishness, chronic Dyspepsia and plan for completing tho Panama great misery. Hoods Sarsaparilla is stand. Mr Field's stable has always on the stage. 0 I could feel tay 'Strength return with canal. Ho proposes to build a stone IIEWKII UlH NOTWt, been a favorite place for the traveling The bright lights, the cherry faces, tho recirculation of tho blood. tunnel about ten kilometers, or six the remedy, It tones the stomach, Rev. I. II. Teel filled his regular creates an appetlte,and gives a relish public, and Mr. Holbrook will be a appointment in School Hall Sunday and the enchanting muscic, thrilled Throughout this time my brain was miles, long. Water from the Cbngres to food. It makes pure blood and valuable addition to the firm, as he every soul with rapture. The many perfectly clear." After resting for rlvor would be conducted by shafts and Sunday night. gives healthy action to all the organs has extensive acquaintance through evinced that time, labor and Bomo time Capt. McGregor was abla to this tunnel and there- be used to The Little Folks entertainment for orations to go to tho pffico of a doctor, who carry to tho Paclflo the soil already of the body. Take Hood's for Hood's the country. The firm's name will last Saturday night was postponed talent had been expended in their attended htm, and sent him to his excavated from tho canal bed and Sarsaparilla Cures. be Field & Holbrook. fJapt. McGregor's right thrown In tho way of tho current. until sometime in the future on ac- productions, and the audience was home. Hood's Pills become the favorite given the benefit of many true, beau- hand, In which he held the pruning Tho canal could be completed by Esq. G. W. Martin, of Cromwell, count of the bad weather. knife, was badly burned, and he also such means In four years, M. cathartic with every one who tries was tried far lunacy Tuesday aud was tiful, and practical themes. Miss Annie Laurie Allen. Whites-villthem. 35c After the execution of tha program complained of a general feeling of Bartlssol estimates, at a maximum sent io the asylum at Hapktnsvllle. is spending this week with Miss the crowd reluctantly wel.ded their soreness all through his body. Not expense of flvo hundred million His tu.ny irlendo thoughout the Nora Martin, A Family JVewpapr. way from the brilliantly lighted only was tho place In tho palm ot his francs. This plan was submitted county will be pained to here of the Mr, Henry Carson, Hartford, spent The popular illustrated family hall, feeling proud of our institution hand badly burned whero the elec- some time ago to the technical commisfortune which has befallen him, Wednesday night in town. Pennsylvania Tub tric currout entered, but two holes mission ot tho Panama Canal com- newspaper, of learning. and all hope that he may soon be were burned In his body, where, In pany. Tho commissioners have reMrs, K. J. .McKenney and small Gbit, wbkh is now sold iu every restored to his right mind. He has all probability, tho current oscaped ported to M. Monchlcourt, tho ju- state iu the Union, East of the Rocky daughters, Myra.Pauline and Phoebe, The New York Tribune says: always been a leading citizen of his to the ground. An electrical ex- dicial liquidator, that they wero uot Mountains, is given away free to all went to Rochester Wednesday to Martin I. Towns-enneighborhood, having been Magis pert who was sent to examlno tha sanguine ot tho success of tho plan, its readers a complete novel each the wedding of her brother, Mr. of Troy, who Is as old as trate for several years. wire announced that not less than but thought It expedient to try tho week. The novel is the same kind as enjoys robust health and twenty-flv- o Brewer. hundred volts passed proposed experiment under certain The protracted Miss Bessie Williams, Hartford, is still an eloquent and witty speakmeeting at the throuh Copt McGregor's body. Tho conditions. They aro against tho those usually sold iu book stores at Methodist Chuich is growing in in- spent Saturday and Supday with her er." escape was" a truly wonderful one, proposal to appeal for funds with from 10 to 35 cents per copy. Grit, Mr. Townseud is a great uncle of terest and all are looking forward to sunt, Miss Don E. Gibson. doublo, as U was, from the electricity which to build M. Bartlssol's tunnel. ,nbvl and all costs only Aye ceuU. Mrs. J. S. R. Wedding, of this city. Buy a copy from the newsboy, or a great revival in our midst. Rev. and a dangerous fall. It la ot InterMlsa Mary Anderson, Caneyvllle, N. Y. Tribune. est to note that Oapt, McGregor tea send for a free sample copy, and learn S. X. Hall, the Presiding Elder, is spending this week with her family A bushel of sweet potatoes will Ueaolutlona. titles to feeling no pain in bolng so particulars. Agents wanted iu every opened the services last Sunday and at this place. The following resolutions yield a gallon of alcohol. were soverolv shocked, town where it is not being sold. m c Sunday night by two powerful serMiss Resa Taylor spent Sunday aud passed by the Stockholders of the Wanted. See sdvertlsement in another column, mons, and Rev. K. E, Pate, the pas- Monday with Miss Ella MaBeath, of Bank, at the meeting held Monday, Williams & Bell Hartford, Ky. sell Everybody to know that Groves Address Grit Publishing Co., tor, continued the sevlces until Iter, Leltchfield. January 14, 1895: "Pomroys Vermifuge" the great rem Tastless Chill Tonic is guaranteed to Pa. Subscription price, 0. W Lyons, Morganfield, arrived Miss Dora E, Gibson spent Monday Upon motion it was ordered that edy for children and guaranteed every Cure Chills and fever, Lagrippc Bad cents for three months. Try it. and h took charge. There will be iu mrtford. j the regrets of the: Stockholders and pottle, remMier it always saves the Colds & c, or your money will be only 50 two services each day at a 130 and 6:30 Miss Mabel Sweat is in Rochester Directors are tendered to the retiring chlldren"TM cost only asctsper What has become of the Electric refunded in every instance. Sold by in the evening. this week, where she will attend the President, Captain Sam. 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We KWjt 3G everything in rubber, Big profit tgjpV" J C2sm1 fllmri for ata1wiif7uSW w fltrftttf Acmb KUUD8R Co., 'Toledo Ohio. Mention this paper. . Plr. m Every famllyaJn Ohio county, should send to Wlmanis & Bell Hartford, or to the drug store in your own town aud get a bottle of "Fibri Hue" Tastless Quinine. It will cost only a$ cts and is the beat thing on earth for children or anyone else wha can't take bitter Quinine. V. Pries' .i WotH'a Mr tffpWt Awr4. ("j Cfm lsMf Pw4tr ( i. Ihe, Ill if ckv y ivere J. ner prave an(j n J?4L seems an ambcr- .uway where the sun shone u beautiful flowers, or the stars Fain .aunt glittering overhead. No would the soul Hager there. thorns are remembered above the sweet clay, save those your own hand may have unwittingly planted. Her noble, tender heart lies open to your inmost sight you think of her as all gentleness, all beauty and purity. But she is dead. The dear head that so often rested upon your bosom now rest upon a pillow of clay. Those hands that administered so untiringly, are laded, white and cold, That beneath the gloomy portals. heart whose every beat measured an eternity of love, lies under your feet. There is no white arm over your shoulder now no speaking face to murmur "Oh, it is too sad!" There is a strange hush in every No smile to greet you at room. nightfall, no kiss, no tender caress, no heart to beat against heart, no soul to hold sweet communion with soul and. the old clock on the mantel ticks, ticks the hours and minutes wearily away. It was sweet music when she could hear it now it seems only to knell hours through which you watched the shadows of Death gathering upon that sweet, gentle face. Many a tale it tells of joys past, sorrows shared and beautiful words registered above. You ieel that the grave cannot hold her; you know that she is olten by your side alwayi an angel presence. Cherish thostf emotions; they will make you happier. Let her holy presence ibe as n charm to Veep you from evil. In all new and pleasant connections, give her a Never forget place in your heart. what she has been to you. Be tender Cannelton Teleto her memory. phone. If you suffer from Heartburn, Sick Headache, Sour Stomach, Indigestion Dyspepsia or Constipation, call at Williams &Bell Drug Store free samit ple bottle of Pomroys Liver-Cut- e e ver fails to cure. Nice ol Trees lor I'liuitlnir, An experience of many years among trees leads me to say that there is no greater mistake than the planting of (ruit trees of too large a size. A large tree can be removed with tolerable success if prepared for it by digging around it a season in advance and severing some of its roots. But to one expect to remove .a large-slzeand haveit to live and grow as well as I a smaller is out of the question. 'have seen many a hundred pear trees of but three to four years old transplanted, and ii they hold but a few leaves for the first season it was because there deemed satisfactory, were so few roots to sustain them. How, then can a much larger tree, with gejerally no more roots, be expected to sustain a top two or three times larger than the other? Jt has been proved over and over again by large planters that if two trees are d loss of a -nts are as who fills so loiestic heaven so unwaried ' ar that falls on y for per year, for subscribers who pay up and one year in advance. Subscribe for Til e Republican and the Weekly Louisville ommercial th one year for $1.25 per year. Bronchitis, La, Grippe, ing reservoirs to storo the water and it was?" Cough, Oroup, Asthma, I ralso Its temperature smiled. Pneumonia, At tho present tlmo there aro on tho trunk of a tree. sat And tor the relief end cure ot aid love, have about one hundred aud fifty reservoir-Ihaven't forgotten, rrigated farms of various sizes Throat and Lung Disoa you7' successfully operated in tho vicinity Trn wlf smiled again. submit Ayer's Cherry Pector "She began writing In tho dust of Garden City, and moro constantly nee they make Prompt to net, ouro to euro. with the point of her parasol. You in preparation, and It Is confidently cure This is a predicted that by tho present copyIt, Bwcot?" ss of hearing, eith- - recall ing of theso examples ot wind reserTho wlfo nodded WHEN YOU GO 10 0WENSB0R0 ung people, is near- "Sho wroto her name 'Mary' and voir Irrigation, that Is spreading In CALL ON chronic catarrh of I asked her to let mo put the other every direction, in a very fow years I wait yri 9 tho ddle ear " namotolt. And I took tho parasol now arid ofpralrlo will blossom In a lut.l inl.M.UJ bcuuty and prosperity hikiu a htva oit of era cafness is due to catarrh and wroto my name, 'Smith, below .&... Aildrall n. II.h miT Dx til, unit oe will throat passing np through the It. And sho took back tho parasol tho treeless bleak homes and "canned goods" bo changed to shady bowers stachian tubes to the middle ear. nnd wroto below it, 'No, I won't.' Forle finrMand Most Artistic Work, with fresh vegetables; for tho soil AifcjyAyMeyeAyAreAeyAyAeylly he catarrh in rare cases otici nates Then wo went home. You remember with water is wonderfully produc- any situ or style IVederxca Si,, ttvtcn It, darling? Ah, I see you do." 6m37 in and remains confined to the 'midtive, tho air superb, the ellmato a 3rd and 4th. Then ho kissed her and tho comH dle ear. The symptoms are: Roaring, pany murmured: "Wasn't It pret- delight, and the country Itself within it. cracking, buzzing in the ear, with t.&Alafl k tho "best sanitary region of tho Mitt Kifftvilvoimttery Wew gradually increasing difficulty in ty?" UHDkfcWMhr.WMfc;ftUlfe Tho guests had Ml departed and tho world." Harper's Weekly. a unity ace iat rliwv i4 rlt U Wub hearing. If not cured the hearing happy pair wore left alone. Tm UImiI ttli U irse TWO FORTUNE TELLERS. ikt fcvtita, ibt MMklM 4ta fth BrUtet, pllt OUfcM, will be entirely destroyed, When "Wasn't It nice, Mary, to see all UtrMal- MtUexl u4 tjhtwrfU wire. the case has not already gore too i.ir our friends around us so happy?" Ons of Them Was Too Qood for Irult "Yes, it was. But, John, that before the treatment is begun 4 irtfct varfMMil Clmlfcftfrv the Other. Khesc, O. will cure every case. It is only rcmlnlscencoot yourst" "That Is a sure sign of death," ST. P. llettlMFOS CO 1U, I. Celbns pwhy a "Ah, it seems as If It had been only said an elderly lady, who affected exhas destroyed portions height after catarrh yesterday, Mary." treme glrllshncss, addressing a middle ear that fails ' "Yes, dear; thcro are only threo "building. al the , 'means so much more than .1. i. A cases should write things you'ro wrong about In that young man and his wlfo a pcttto 4. to cure. All such in keeping serious and' , , 'you imagine brunette, by the way as they wero Dr. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio, for story." ' fatal diseases result from ' Therefore, standing near the south entranco of further advice. A book on la grippe, "Wrong? Oh.no." tho soldiers' home. The remark was will in time triflinrr nilmnfa nirArttA ' "John, I'm .sorry you told that ".".fc, ....V...W ...g"'-"In such sit- - coughs, colds, catarrh, etc., will be story, becauso I never went to a occasioned by bearing a passing Don t play with Nature a sent free to any address by The horso utter a mournful neigh. Tho should be 'greatest gift health. Drug Manufacturing Company picnic with you before we wcro young man replied that ho thought well, in fact, it married. I was never in Richmond tho only sure sign of death was the Hyemrtrttllnr X go to the trees a of Columbus, Ohio. in ray life, and I never refused you." presence of crape on a doorknob. "I eitof torts. wik "My darling, you must bo wrong; "and prepare them A nit al Kevery. ?i:t:;n la Etc; Stjls isi Sfu, haiitd, ptivon(fl never knew It to fall," said the elder: This is a good old world and a 1 hnvo a good memory." 5t them as recora- tl4 001 WfttktJT ly party, "and I havo been a clair- tS-O- ld Pictures Copied and Enlarged "I am not wrong, Mr. Smith, and voyant for nearly ten years." brave old world, say what you will. I Kictical Farmer. us the most rtllx my memory Is as good as yours, and A SPECIALTY. will always take up for it and for lie iitrnsineTuinr h. Sho then informed the young man ...1 !!. li.l - - W the winter of our discon- - "human nature" too poor, traduced although we have been married nifUltllif.wPKii 108 Alain Street. Vrown'ft Iron Bit twenty-flvyears I'd llko to know and his wife, whom sho evidently 9tu17 5de glorious A ftw bet. summer" by "human nature," whatever the cynics lri. corebuft OWEKSBOJIC, KY llf who that minx was. You never told mistook for brother and Blstor, that a Sarsapanlla. This wonder- , Ti'AA ivrava iivn ins may say to the contrary. I take no mo about her bcforel" her place of business was on Prlnco-to- n . tTrt i4.u.J4 af bn ... edicine so invigorateB the sys- j,l rwmr OST IN QUANTITY. DESTIN QUALIT mwm mtmrm street. "Now, you have a happy sT stock in that morbid utterance of Ella Tho husband answered nothing, ir ItMlt,' and 1(' J1 and enriches the blood that cold future before you," sho said to him; to ttkt. J Wheeler Wilcox I think it was Ella and his silver wedding day smile MemataMnMMMjM eather becomes positively enjoyable. "you will marry a tall, or some other literary lady of her ilk, was a thing of tho past. Boston girl with lots of money." Thed young iVrctic explorers would do welt to ) who snifllngly observed: "Laugh and Journal. man turned to his wlfo and winked make a note ol this. DypcpU, Kidney and Liver and the world laughs with you weep i A Good Wli.to Paint. the other eye. NeuraljtU, Trouble, WHITE'S CREAM The Supervising Architect,at Wash- - and you weep alone 1" "Your sister here," she continued, g wunsiipiion, uia uiooa A simple method Is announced for As the refrain of one ot my favorite ington, has sent to Mr. Grant Wilk-inNcrvou illm.nti 9 malaria. obtaining a durablo white paint, one "will have lots of troublo before sho poems goes a poem clipped from the brave, and but she Chief of Construction for the Women' complaint. that overcomes the general objection marries, bo well. must bocome down Now, Yankee Blade some years ago; '"Taint to white paint, viz., FOR 20 YEARS ( Cttonllhitnuln II tia ttemti r4 p Cotton States and Internal Exposithat on exposure all will line Mas lod nil WORM Romodlos. f will on the wnprxr of All olhn ire !. w to." By the way, here's the poem, to heat, nnd especially togas flames, to my house and I will tell you many tion, two plans lor the enlargement On rtct ipt two c stimMwt BOTTLE GUARANTEED. :.1Y f things of most vital Importance conlet ol Ton eu(llal WorM'e 1 of the Government Building. The it may hearten you up some to read lamp shades, ceilings, etc., painted "jt-- i ii V vr.r. nuvoairra. rur .nd tail doox Itn. vitw cerning both your futures." BROWN CHCUICAL CO. BALTIUORC. MO with oil colors, It soon turns brown, nijfiMcS.. t. lone. edifice as originally planend was to be it: lAtfA "You certainly aro wonderful," qJbjfkmAJKJi owiug to tho calcination of the or160x260 ieet. The amount allowed "Don't believe that the world is go-iganic matter contained in tho colors said tho young man, "but I, too, nm to the dogs, for its construction was $50,000. As a fortuno teller." Taint sol and the linseed oil In the oil the bid was only $27,446, the surplus That all women are peacocks and men In tho new process a quantity paints. "You?" of flno will be used to enlarge the building. are nogs, "Yes, I can tell anyono's fortune zino whlto Is mixed to a suitable 'Taint so! One plan proposes the addition of consistency with a solution of pro- by merely looking Into the palms of eighty ieet to the length. The other An' if any man tells you the world toxide of sodium and watpr glass of their hands. Give me your hand to depise, proposes forty feet addition to the An' the honor of all men is sold for a forty or fifty degrees of Baumc. Tho and I will show you." Ho took her hand nnd scrutinized surfaces to be painted arc first length, and a seventy loot annex. price, closely, remarking about certain Mr. Wilkins has a suggestion for Look square in his eyes and jes tell thoroughly cleansed, and for certain it metals, such as zinc, washing with lines and tho interpretation of them. him he lies! widening the building to make it aphydrochloric acid is necessary. Tho "Lots of trouble here and you Taint so! proximately square. It will be re- - For he thinks the world is fashioned surfaco is subsequently cleansed aro married yes, a dark man. You memDerea several weeks ago an awry, with water, and then several coats of cxpeot lots of money some day." arrangement was effected whereby the An' made lrom the pattern they cut zinc water-glas- s paint are laid on Then ho stopped, and, looking her him out by." Exposition Company turns over to until tho articlo Is deemed sufficient- squarely In tho faco, said: "I find a Cfe "T the Government Commissions the an tntervnl being lino hero that I hesitate to tell you There's a good deal of home phil- ly covered, A Man about; you might be offended If I allowed, but not of long duration, Minerals Forestry Builing, ioxsoo osophy in that that ought to encourM XAI l IB WELLDRKvSFn between the application of each coat, tell you wbnt it means." feet, making that a government age us, lor friends are loyal, and sym"No, tell me what It means," said building and placing mineials and pathy is true and life is a beautiful as such paint soon dries. In caso of FFFI ; Dnnniv o largo surfaco, such as a celling, to she, her curiosity fully aroused. forestry under control of the Governthing when you take oil your green bo covered, too much of tho paint f T A tujlf "Well," said he, "if you aro sure kV Ml PC c en ment Commission. With this buid-in- g goggles and look at it right. And should-no- t you will not bo angry I will tell you. bo mixed, 03 tho chemisfel.fcL and the proposed enlargement how infinitely dear to us are those cal action of water glass on zinc This line, the ono near the index finLEAVE YOUR MEASURE the United States will have about the little "touches of nature that make whlto is soon to render it thick and ger, says that you are much given to same space it had at Chicago, with the whole world kin" when they ap- hard. This paint is represented as the habit of lying, because this young FOR ca greater variety of exhibits. being unaffected, always remains lady Is my wlfo and we have been peal to warm and vibrating hearts! snowy white, only becoming soiled married" I have a friend dumb in the desolaDut no moro was heard by tbo Wanted. tion of her life's sudden shipwreck. bv dust and soot. N. Y. Sun. fortuno teller, as she quickly withEverybody to know that Groves Some verses fluttered to her feet in the A Pet Dog Cemetery. drew her hand and walked angrily Tastless Chill Tonic is guaranteed to first rushes of her sorrow, that she awav. Washington Post. Cure Chills and fever, Lagrippe Bad Near tho Victoria gato in Hydo had cut from a paper in ker gladness Colds & c, or your money will be DIGESTIBILITY OF FOODS. a long while before. It was the hu- park, London, thero is a pet dog's refunded in every instance. Sold by man nature and the kinship in them cemetery, but it is so well surroundWhy Some Peoplo Cannot Endure William & Bell, Hartford Ky. ed by trees and shrubbery Some Articles of Diet. that helped her. Perhaps the author strangers over notice it. In that few the rear Animal foods, such as meat, fish, had suffered as she had suffered, and of tho gatekeeper's lodgo Is a plot of TlicIInrlt.nl I'liolo Car. the sense of a spiritual nearness was ground that looks llko a garden, but eggs and milk, aro rather more diA. D. Taylor, the Beaver Dam soothing. Sympathy is so dear to us among tho flower beds and bushes gestible than most of the vegetable has located his Photo Car foods, although bread mado frora are a number of small marble tombin Hartford and will make Pictures all. The author was Frank L Stanordinary white wheat flour Is very stones. These aro arranged in reghere every Monday all . day ton, of the Atlantic Constitution, one nnd completely digested. ular rows, with narrow gravel paths easily frora whole sweetest and mj3l dis in the Hartford Photo Car. BAKING wheat flour, or Mr. of the South's running between them, and at tho Breadfrom which only Taylor will be found at his home tinguished poets. She wrote to him: entrance Is a low arch of ivy. In that part of tho "Did you feel it when you wrote hull of tho grain has been removed, gallery in Beaver Dam balance of the t all thero aro some forty stones, and I XdHm. , JUItto. , lit Hint). Is not so completely digestible, but time. We are glad to say he ranks these exquisite lines, 'A I.ifttle Wiy,' each is inscribed with the name of a is decidedly healthful for somo peoup with the ablest Photographers in beginning dead pet. ple In aiding tho passago of the food ... .a. . ....... ....a. n . . ....M .. .. Tho duko of Cambridge's dog )U1,MUII JIMllUIURVU IIIUtUWRIliVUWIUHWni . uieouie. iirst class work guaran- 'Only a little way, my own, only a OmiLX CUunjpUcbcTu lhcrt "l AbwlatelDimftcdukolnont, little way-T- hen Prlnco is burled hero. On tho torab-ston- o through tho Intestines. teed. With ten pcnnlce get Of yonrOroctrao-day; one of us must weep and walk There aro great differences In peo(Ontt.) II II Ii over its head aro inscribed tho n70or pennies nlU re : "When beauty comes he takes it; alone until God's day' (Hon-er, l t trlsfi ill rallnroUterowUlnnTcrbe: words: "Poor Little Prince." On plo in respect to tholr power for If there io none he makes it." TbcMwhoiuQ ( " (One.) For luoceti will or was it simply the pathetic fancy of neighboring stones aro carved other utilizing different kinds of food. a poet's brain?" names, such as Jack, Tip, Topsy, Flo UVx Is one of tho most wholesome and digestible of foods, and yet there Williams & Bell Hartford, Ky. sell The poet has answered her: "The and Sprite. "Pomroys Vermifuge" the great rem- -' versesyou speak of, 'A Little Way' Tho graves seem to bo well cared aro people who cannot onduro it. edy for children and guaranteed every were not written under the influence for, and tho little box hedges aro Late research makes It probablo that In the change which all milk unbottle, remember it always saves the ot any personal bereavement, but curefully trimmed by tho gardener. dergoes In the body injurious comNow and then some lonely old maid children" and cost only ascts per quite the reverse. I wrote them at wanders into tho luclosuro and looks pounds aro somotlmes formed, and A bottle. Rome, Gi.,some years ago, under the at tho last resting place of her pot, that this is the reason why milk docs iufluencc of a melancholy thought but aside from theso visits or a not agrco with some people. The Subscribe for Tim Republican and which intruded itself in the presence funeral tho burial place is case is itbo same with eggs, with certain fruits, as tho strawberry, get the best county paper published of great happiness, and does intrude rarely visited, . 01 the world for a Trifle. FOR MTTUJ MONBY. and, Indeed, with many different in the State. Pay one year in ad- still. They were written to my wife. SOUTHWESTERN KAN3A. food materials. Henco It may bo vance and we will send you one year I have had many letters from readers literally true that "Ono man's meat free either the New York Weekly At tMiAna nuu UUVG VAAri 1h ..am .. Tho Need of Irrigation and How It I ut witiu, iMf temr IMU tutiu CVCJ1 LS Is another man's poison," But while Supplied. Tribune or the Louisville Weekly you have, and were it not too long a Garden City has long been the thero arc exceptions, tho general Commercial. rulo holds good that, for ordinary v story I might tell you how they are center of Irrigation in the semi-arigood poworsof digestion placed in maible above the graves of west of Kansas. Tho Arkansas peoplo with journal, is the leading Republican family paper of the A twenty-pag- e and assimilation, the uutrltlvo valtwo stranger-friend- s who were attach- river, flowing with an uverago dea PAPER, and elves all the ues of tho ordinary standard food United States. It is NATIONAL FAMILY ed to them, and so ordered that they scent of seven feet to tho mile, which aro measured pretty accu- general news of the United States. It gives the events of foreign lands in materials Globe-Democrbe placed in death Only for them I afforded nn excellent sourcoof water a nutshell. Its Agricultural department has no superior In the country. Its rately by their chemical composi added another verse, which was as supply for Irrigation, tho earliest tion, and that tho right mixtures of Market Reports are recognized authority. Separate departments for The (semi-weekly- ) follows: settlers tapped with small ditches to Its Home food aro those which furnish tho nuFamily Circle, Our Young Folks, and Science and Mechanics, " 'A little while and now thediv supply water for their slnglo farms) trients In the proportions demanded and Society columns coiuinind the admiration ot wives and daughters. Its this, proving successful, led to tho $1.50 dawns sweet, formation of companies, and frora by tho body. Prof. W. O. Atwater, general political news, editorials and discussions are comprehensive, brill And a high relraj of bliss, in Good Housekeeping. A special contract enables us to offer this splendid lant and exhaustive. Safe in the sunlight ot God's love, we 1885 many canals wcro constructol, varying from a few miles to nearly Journal and THIJ HARTFORD REPUBLICAN tor ' meet Rat by Rail. J one hundred mtlea In length, to IrriWith a celestial kiss.'" gate not only the valley lands, but In a backwoods Malno settlement And then this stranger-p?e- t kindly to carry water to tho highlands, that a great railroad brought Into adds: "Do not despair, do not lose About tho time of the completion touch with the rest of the world a Duty is still open to of theso canals so much water was few years ago the inhabitants heart or hope. say The regular subscription for the two papers Is $2 35. Subsc iplion may you and its rewards are sweet. " being taken from tho river by tho there never woro any rats until tho begin at any time. Address nil orders to Though I am not of those who are of Colorado Irrigators, to fill their uew railroad came. Now they aro so strong faith. I like to think of that canals between the west stato lino thick that the housekeepers huro to promise: 'And he shall wipe away and tho Rocky mountains, that tho hango tholr dainties by a string Arkansas becamo practically dry in from the vellar beams. This may all tears from their eyes.' " 3HLy. bo C provo a warning to tho ratlcss comOb, yes, there's lots ot beauty and Kansas during the season when water was most needed for tho crops. munities when a railroad offers to Write your name and address on n postal card, send It to Geo. W,, Best, blessedness in human nature, sordid Tho formers, being deprived of tho come in their direction, and furnish Room a, Tribune Iluildlng, New York City, and satnplecopy of Till? aud humdrum as it seems at times, necessary water, woro forcI to soekj a new argument to the obstruction-l4tTrXQwJ$tN8W YORK WUKKLY TRIBUNE will be ualleWo yotv Lexington Leader. other sources of supply, wh!cb, th?JfJ Journal, SyUoar, and irom ten llio ivcn hero do not blow nil the Time, and tho water direct from the wells was found too cold for tho plants, resort was had to construct leep. iiut as FOR COUGHS, HOARS C.Theo.Gain, . Tfc fl n MB . - Pe-ru-- Pe-ru-- Poor Health " . I. 21 , , Pe-tu- Brown's j o Iron x mrs TiT-j- light-haire- ORMSli -- It Cures s, $ ! n' 'ot 1 --TV UU ointer a XV J D,Ancona&& Well Fitting "made to order r- SON - Garments WITH & CO. QUAKER CITY POWDER m ,,, n 1 -- itm-pl- .... .... .... 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