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Ivory ) L . H r Rev. J H.Kaly preached a fine sermon Sunday. r Next Sunday is the rally day at the WE DO JOB WORK Alpha Baptist Church. It i3 hoped Mrs. D. M. Hooker, ajso Miss Lizzie that everyone will come with their Foitm.iii.Y i.ivr.n iir.nA. Barnes, who Is visiting her sister, pniT7-x'J3Li.ick.cx. dollar. "Mrs. Shelby Taylor. Rev. Wm. Johnson is preparing to .1 SroKANit, Wash, Jau. 16, '95, s Btta Thomas, who has been build a new church. Your interesting paper oftlwcs in Louisville, returned home There was a grand reception given reaches me in my home in Meted school Wednes-striat the hospitable home of Mrs. Ann red worsted by a SIGHS; Washington, which I read, with great SUPERST1T0US Barrett, of Hayti, in honor of Misses nose bleeding. interest, ns I -- was once a Kentucky Mary Brown, C T. Hldsou and Minj uusc uicru is u sign Hint you .. E'r'' ftn t1 nss urc yau t'lc act 'lat 'ii nie Taylor, who were to, start to MOST PERFECT MADE. Andaro Bollovocl bjr Bomo In love. n column tuat 1 uo not J ".ot Nashville, Tefltr., where they will at- A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free A horse chestnut carried in the Bo Judeoarviv Fooplo Evory- pocket prevents rheumatism,. tend school at the Central Tennessee from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulttrant Natutb.wrltc a few notes whoro. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. 1 College, on the ajrd, inst. It's bad luck toshow your wedding The inme ofyour dress before you'te married, vited guests were Rev. andMrs. Wm. LOCI.HVII.I.E, BT. I.OCIN A TKX. It. R Upon Ifnrlaa; Whnt "i A 8upestltIous old Udy of Verdally dally. On New Year's .put a new ellow tiialnmeri InaUt WESTBOUND Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Gary, Thrjr Don't Want nml llnye mont has gotten up the following garment on the left leg, and if you No. 53, No. 51. Mr. and Mrs. Crit Park, Mrs. H. C, to be lrHnuat Thrjr signs of good And bad luck: Pace, Messrs. J. H. Parks, E. G. I.V. U. Louisville 6 30 p m 7 30 a ra continue wearing it you'll be engaged AraUettluirll. . murmured two words Griffin, G. Cobwebs in the house Is a sign before the year is out. Ky. Street . . . 6 45-- p nf 7 4s n ra H. Hill, Jessie McIIenry; disappeared. The Misses Emily Brown) Idella Johnson. there is no kissing there. If you find a West Point . and 7 15 p ra 8 35 a m isted quickly, but The guests were A salesman or saleswoman of exIf her pettycoat hangs below her put it In your shoe, you'll marry the Howard . . . entertained by a 7 30 pm 8a8a ra be- as perience in a shoe store of necessity dress it's a sign her father lores her first man you shake hands with. Wlllowdale . . 7 39 p m 8 37 a m sweet trio by Misses Pearlie Barrett, the open win. Emily Brown and Idella Tohnson. becomes a Judge of .human nature. AN ELEPHANT'S best Rock Haven . 7 47 p m 8 45 a m A person who sleeps If.a black cat comes to you, you on his pillow ' will die from Each individual customer thinks he Long Branch The next on programme was supper, 7 55Pn 8 53am has peculiar requirements, and it in Thrilling Advonturo of must take it in; It will bring yon drowning. 8 04 p m 0 oj a m Brandenburg which was spread with lavish and 8 13 p m p 11 a m Ekron Hun tor In Bengal. issionary generous hospitality, The table was good luck. Never drink exactly a cup and a- - essential that the salesman shall perGuston . . . . 8 ti p m 9 19 a ra ' As- - laden with such things as a king If a cock crows before the door dur half of tea or you'll dje an old maid, suade him that he is getting something unique,says theNew York Sun. Two nulla In Fierce Combat On ot th i - tnleht envv. The voumr ladles, in Irviugton . . . 8 30 p m 9 30 a m ing a rain storm, It's soon going to See a pin pick it up, Knrased Ileaats Discover Ilia Hunan Webster . . . . 8 38 p m 9 39 a m clear up. 'I whose honor the reception was given, All the day you'll have good luck; Consequently the salesman has to fit Onslaught Met with roes-I- lls not only, the footothe customer, but Lodiburg . . . See a pin and let it He, p m 9 47 a in Iteady IUfle. If the sole of your foot Itches you edwere neatly attired and looked the You'll want a pin before you die. also his head, and ''perhaps the head 8 55 p m 9 56 a m Pietce are going to tcp on strange soil. grrvery personification of health aud Whilo elephant hunting in Bengal, Sample . . . . 900pm 10.00 a m Ifyoupickup a pin onthestrcet of the accompanying friends or two. O. P. Sanderson and his two native ew? beauty. Mrs. Ann Barrett was hosIf you have no crowns, you'll cat BEST FOR SHIRTS. store the usher btepnensport . 9 09 p ru 10,09 a m bread in two kingdoms. A crown is that is pointed toward you, it will In a helpers had a most thrilling adven-tur- o tel ess and Misses Lavluia and Pearlie Ti rnoonn A qamihc co, atm. Addison m with an enraged "tusker." They thoBarrett were waitresses. a natural swirl of hair on the top ot bring good luck. So clinch the luck meets the arriving trio at the door 9 14 vp mf They were wero looking for their gamo, when into eatly attired and were all attention, Holt stick it in the first tree you come to. and politely inquires their wishes. the head a sort of cowlick. 9 17 p m 10 20 a m Cloverport . The trio consists father mother and they hoard the sounds ot a fierce stable wefe eTer at A long scratch a long ride. 9 18pm 1033 am First a daughter, then a son, ur ebow with Shops . . . daughter, and it is probably the combat between twomalo elephants, horses. And the world is well begun; If you can't cut a pic through In a 931 pm 1037'am was necessary to First a son, then a daughter, Skilltnan , . 9 43 pm 10,50 am daughter who Is to be fitted. Still i and thoy at onco tried to get into a brewery the mtlnz appetite. single sweep of the knife, you'll die CJitsapeaka Ohh and Soufhwettcrn R. It. Is Mr. Louis position where they could witness And trouble follows ever after. Hawesville . 9 54 pin 11 02 am there are cases where the solicitious 'tho fray. an old maid. and actrd with cre(j. Suddenly one of the not understand 1VXIM13 1M3CE Petrie . . . . 10 02 p m 11 09 am If you can break an apple you'll die wife has always had the care of the 'animals dashed through tho nullah It is estimated that. family- - 0n Wear at the heel, gir1"1 an old maid. Falcon . . . 10 07 pin 11 15 a m BCTWCtN clothing of her husband. The usher just ahead of them, mad with rage cent of brewers' tnme to be remember-larg- e Spend a good deal; unavailable for Wear at the toe, There is luck in odd numbers. Cayce , . , 10 12 p m 11 19 am "I has grown cunning by experience, land pain, and began mowing the expense, for and hospitality Spend as you go; always follow that one instinctively," Lewisport . 10 i8pm 11,25 am and, more thnm fl aud learning that shoes are needed bamboo down with trunk and tusks, t , t fl Wear at the side, so be as said the old lady. Waitman . . 10 25 p m 11 33 am AND "If I were count- for the daughter, recognizes the need Jand bearing tho heaviest part over easily,frommust brewe."pletewithbright-ing- . Be a poor man's bride; the ing out some peppermints for a child of a strong mind to effect the sale. 'with his forefeet. Mr. Sanderson come In soma place), Powers . . . 1035 pm 11 43 am Wear at the ball, et. I'd be sure to give her an odd num- So he selects the salesman with care. ; says: Spend all. Pates . . . . 1048 pm 11,56 am New York, these browi "An instant later his demeanor fed to cattle with very, ber of them. If I were called awav ALIO After seating the party, he as a j changed. Ovrensboro . 10 59 p m 12 06 p ra If a girl hand a man a pocket-knif- e Ho backed away and but In this city tho supply la the Render FROM AWD TO 1 1 Mattingly . 09 p m 12 18 p ra, and he takes it, he acknowledges lrotn counting I should try to leave measure of precauslon, removes the stood liko a statuo. Now the tip ot chiefly In the stnblea of tho CINCINNATI AND EVANSVILLE ofl at an odd number." Griffith . . 11 14 p m 1223pm right shoe, and then makes some in he's the homliest man she knows. . Socie- came slowly around to our breweries. his trunk It is bad luck to cross a funeral quires addressing himielf to the direction, and I sow that we wora Very few persons have stopped Stanley . , . 11 18 pm 12 27 pm Rain before seven, Do not purchase a Ticket tJkh)ch hornet, at procession. daughter looking at the mother, and discovered to his fino scuso ot smell. compute tho extent Vsin5?ry business, Worthington 11 25 p m 12 35vp m Clear before eleven. NORTH? EILST, SOUTH OR WEST to nre necessary in the When a person sneezes always say, entirely ignoring the father. A disReads . , . 11,33 pm 1242 pm Forward wont his ears and up went Iho largest of the city breweries hsvo It's bad luck to see a cross-eyeUntil 7011 have consulted ia Agent of the "God bless you." Spottsville. . 11 45 p m 12 53 p ra quisition now upon the child's foot his tall, and In a moment he wheeled two hundred nnd fifty horses constantperson. use tn delivering kegs of beer to and eventually he around with astonishing quickness If your foot Basketts . . 11 53 pm 12 59pm, & It's bad luck to meet and pass a ger and cross is asleep wet your fins may fl?' expected, information to ena- end came rushing toward us at full ly in customers distributed about; New York sufficient Ar. Henderson 12 ion m 1 15pm "I always do that," obtains person on the Stairs. Brooklyn. The next largest city nnd speed. uumn TRAINS, said the old lady. EAST BOUND dialy dally "You must wet ble him to commence further operatwo hundred horses, and so on If yon take a slice of bread or any- l'UI.I.MAN DUJ'l'UT BUlttriiRA, "The bamboos by which wo were has your fiugerin your mouth, you know. tions. Knowing full well that the of No. 52, No. 54. the total hidden wero useless as cover, and down tho list in the city number up . D.OUF. KOUI.RS IIQCITMXNT luing else on your plate when you When footing I was a little girl I used to first pair offered will be almost sure would have prevontod a clear shot, brewery horses .ienderson 7 20 a m a 55 p ra already have some, it's a sure sign five thousand. D T.VSCII, know another little girl who always not to be satisfactory, he reserves his IOnv ECHOLS, ' 7 34 am 3 10 pm bo I stepped out into tho open that so'melxxly is coining to your ,SILK FROM WOOD. OlM. Mi.R Sjfttqtsville ', ; 742 jlh AS&. Aul wanted, but never dared to do it, for forces. When he produces the shoe ground tho instant the elephant irjpm house hungry. Lou1svn.11.rr. fear it would hurt her." 8 53 a m 3 33 P m he is met with a volley of question, commenced his charge. I gave a A ltesent DIscoTfiry nf Qrsal Commercial If the water boils away on the Importance. Will practioton . 7 58 a m 3 30 p ra If it doesn't clear up at 11 or 3 it mostly of a suspicious nature. The shout in hopo of stopping him, which stove it's a sign it is going to rala. At Bradford, England, silk has been and adjoiniijj failed. won't clear up all day. 8 06 a m 3 37 p m shoes may be exactly what was called mode from wood pulp so much like tho Court and CQuri Put on something new New Year's "I fired when he was about nine real thing that It bids fair to occupy a Every time a star falls there's a lor aud one is quietly but firmly plac8 09 a m 3 41 p m day and you'll have plenty nil through bis curled place in commerce and use. It la pro- lections and all lctfa paces distant, aiming into death somewhere ed upon the foot As he suspected, Office 329 E 3 17 a m 3 47 p m the year. trunk, about ouo foot bolow tho duced by sabjectlnrr vegetable- fiber to ed to. If you see a load of empty barrels it is at least two letters too narrow. 18 30 a m 4 00 p m it fatal hump between tho eyes, as tho tho action of various acids, the Sharp things cut friendship; pay a developIt's going to rain. He buttons it and awaits being a product said to be Identical head was held very high. I felt E. R. WElA84ttttl 4o8pm piece of money to the person who If you see a load of hay you must ments. confident of tho shot, but made n with the filament of tho worm, having 855am4opra gives'you a kuileora pair of scissors., qualwish on it, but yoar wish won't come not giving him both its lightness, Ulster and all lta atosam4 29pm A penny will do. ities, including that of durability. The father, taking advantage of the great mistake in barrels. true if look at it after wishing. Commercially speaking, says the PhilHABTFORD,'am36pm opportunity, seems to be Jntently But "The smoke for an instant ob- adelphia Ledger, the Importance of the In picking berries, be sure to throw watching u stranger's foot to his right. If you love me as I lovelyou, Will practice his pro'il&?.,m 42 m scured tho elephant, and I stooped discovery can hardly bo overestimated, the first one you find over your right No knife can cut our love Into. mother and daughter exchange quickly to seo whero ho lay, ex- and It Is, possible thst it will product, the courts of Ohio and ad 45 P m shoulder if you want to fill your pail. The pecting that ho had fallen dead. the most revolutionary consequence la, counties. Also Notary Public, a dog howls at the dead ot night, glances which seem to say, "What If If you should eat it you'd have no Office, room 20, Hartford Home, m the trade in that commodity everysome one is to die. shall we do?" They are not long in But he hod not even been chocked, where. Tfbo world's stook of silk, both luck at all. and was right upon mo. There was Woven and raw, la immense and has aldetermining. One or the other atIt's good luck to have a cricket in Whistling girls and crowing hens be the house. tacks the style of the shoe and asks no time to step cither to tho right or ways held a staple value likely to InAlways come to some bad ends. Now the the left. His tusks camo through tnuoh shaken and disturbed by thd. It is bad luck to have a bird fly in. for something different Whistling girls and old black sheep smoke, his head now being held trusion of a new supply which can bo tho Birds are fly away comfort. It Are the very bestcropafarmerkeep. good salesman shows his ability. He fe cheaply and abundantly produced.. of a locomolow, like the makes things unpleasant; that is to It's bad luck to kill a Iadybug. has exactly what they want, he says, tive, and I had just time to fall flat Samples ot yarn, fringe, braid, gimps, T broMonday's child is fair in the face, and brings a pair of the proper width have birds used as a decoration on Hartford, Ky. to avoid being hurled along in front sewing silks, handkerchiefs,in varidyed Tuesday's child is full ol grace, cades and your wall paper, lor instance. and savs nothing about the sizet If of him. Wednesday's child is merry and ous colors, have been exhibited by the WILL practicohis profeseioa in all courts of Ohio and adjpining If it rains the first Sunday of ths "Ifellallttlototho right The Bradford makers to the trade and prothe question of the size comes up, he glad, month it is sure to rain every Sunday Thursday's child is sorry and sad, explains that in this particular make next instant down camo his ponder- nounced all right and np to the com- counties and Court of Appeals. 8pet respects. With lal attention given to collections, Friday's child is free aud giving, but one. the letters aje different, that a "C" ous forefoot within a few Inches of mercial standard In all Office over Carson & Co. Saturday's child must work for a from this manufacture is as narrow my loft thigh, and I should have been artificial diamonds and rubles such aa Ii your left palm itches money is living, trodden on, had I not been quick are now being turned out in great as a "B" of the ther. Assafeinthe enough, when I saw tho forefoot abundance, modern society will doubtbound your way. If your right palm Sunday's child will never want. effects a coming, to drag my log from the less take ou a style of splendor, hithera stranger is coming. It a single tea leaf, and no more, assertion, By such guile he to unknown, outshining the courts ot 13 JUST A3 COOD FOR ADULTS. scissors accidentally, floats on the top of your tea cup a sale. Drop a pair of sprawling position in which I fell. Solomon or the queen of 6hea or the PRICE SOcts. and they stick in the floor.a stranger stranger WARRANTED. "As thfc elephant rushed over me retinues of Mahmoud or Uaroun Al is comiufc to see you. A visit to the department for men If it HARTFORD, KY. OlLATIA, HXa.(NCT.lft,0!. he shrinked, which showed that his Basohld. He will come from the is short, he will be short; if long, iscoming. pull UdlelDa Ca, ocMLout, Wo. 000 ei he shows the same tows ofanxious counbottlM of - Tear. Will practice his profession jn, tha (jnUmn W trunk was uncoiled, and he was in AN AMHRIOAN AIR. in which the loose blade will be tall; if it is soft or hard, so tenances ns in the department for GllOVlCS TABT1'.M:S3 CHILL. 7OMC and Mto direction bought thr trow already Ihu year. In all cmr full flight Had ho stopped I should A German Band Leader's Idea ol the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. ptrtoc of It rearc. In tho tfruff tmiiMM. hart points. will the stranger be. business Careful attention given women. It is true that some men aftoll aa aril eta lhatfivro twb xUTnalaaU havobeen caught, but tho heavy rroper Thine. If you sneeze between twelve and taction M yvur Tonic xuura truly, It's bad luck to kill a spider. ter reaching mature years have realizbullet had taken all the fighting out rA good story was told by a Boston entrusted to him. Office in 'RepubABair.CxaxACOi one a stranger is coming. Don't pick tiger lilies; they'll ed that they pay more attention to of him. It was as narrow an cscapo man who was in Antwerp whllo the lican Building. For 1 by William A llell.llnrttord Sing before breakfast and you'll make you freckled. preparations were In proirress for the their own feet than any one else does, as I havo ever had." exposition. Representatives of ail na cry before supper. A necklace of amber beads cures a but the majority are disposed to sacSINGULAR PHENOMENON. tlons were there preparing exhibits sore throat. rifice comfort for appearance. In their morning, Red in the from their respective countries. In the Noises Volcanic Underground particSailors, take warning; evening, says the Washington Star, all Count the seed in your apple core, own case they rarely take any ths Tolling of a Bell. Red at night, the visitors were in the habit of gathular notice of the feet ofanother man. and say the rhyme while you count, A singular phenomenon occurs on ering in a lnrffo hall on the grounds to Sailors deligt. not differ aa much in "People do as far as the seed go: tho borders ot tho Red sea at a listen to the band play. Oat of obtained, and all patent Caveat i anj Put a garment on wrong side out, feet as they do in may other parts of place sailed Nakous, where tho InMy to the visitors the national feuilam coawtd for MODKIUYK KEKS. One I love, cffictbtathalmmedUtatklnltyoftncPauntOflic. you must turn it, it's bad luck. their body," raid the manager of a termittent underground sounds airs of the different countrUa were aadnyfidUtici lor Bsturinc patents arauaiurpauca Two I love, an ovation from Stud model, thctch or pHotograph cf InvcoUon. with shoe store. "Neither do feet have any have beon hoard for an unknown ?lnyed, and received Three I love, I say, Open an' shut' dticrlptlan andkUtcaifnt loadntt claimed, of that nationality in, the Jvo thnrp is rti especial characteristics as a rule. The number of centuries. It Is situated 9 noir(o Four I love with all my heart, Sign ot wet lr for prwccutlnso iht halt The night that our Boston friend pai0ntabitlff, and my it Five I cist away, retailors of shoes are doing more for at about halt a mllo's distance from attended the band performance this application trVt not fr eudctf for fintil IA It's bad luck to go under a ladder, t o(fftrii, "IirranTOat1 Goi&v," con Six he loves, ' reach, ot Tjlavtmr of national airs was on the humanity than the missionaries. tho shore, whence a long ulnlnc full Information lent free. All femmial Dream of the dead and you will Seven she leve. ctiloni CoBaUertd at BlrlcUj VoalKc&UaK band ascends rapidly to a height of progrnmiae. All were played, but not They are trying to combine comfort hear of the living. Eight they both love, be twisted FRANKLIN H. HOUGH almost three hundred feet This a thing that could freedom. A into aan difficulty HARTFORD, KBNTOCXT. and beauty. Thelrgreatest delegav-tloNine he comes, It's bad luck to open an umbrella WAJSIUNOTOn, D. V, MS reach Is flighty feet wide, and re- air for tho bird of Teu he tarries, If he has a short, ff is the customers. of thp American!- - went up to tho In the house Is prepared to do any and all kind an amphitheater, being sembles Eleven he courts. U.fl.CArion J, 1.,1'ariun, thick foot he Inclines to a long, slim railed In by low rocks. Tho sounds leader and told him that they felt of Dental Operations. Prices mo If you break a looking glass, some Twelve he marries, Blighted that their country had not v shoe. In the early days ready-mad- e one in the family is sure to die within comlni? un from the (round at this been recognUed. tVith profuse apol- reasonable. Office over Williams Thirteen wishes, shoes came straight, with neither placo recur at intervals of about on ogies tho leader said it was clearly an Bell's Drug Store. Fourteen kisses, a year. A there are hour. They at first resemble a low oversight and promised to give therd a All the rest throw in the ditches. rights nor lefts. When walking with any one don't nearly as many widths to length as murmur, but before long there is the American air at once. Ba distribTake a dandelion gone to seed and let a post or trre come between you, uted the music, and, waving his baton, there are sizes, and any natural foot heard a loud knocking, somewhat tho band broke loose, not with any faTo break the blow on it hard, if you blow off all or you'll quarrel. can befitted. A change in style does like tho strokes of a boll, and which, miliar patrlotlo air, but "The Man charm, you must either retrace your the seed it is a sign your mother at tho end of Ave minutes, becomes That Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo." Careful Rstiumtes made on Ml not benefit the retailor.only the manwants you. steps and pass the post the right way finalsand. Terms and Buildliig It would be better for the so strong as to agitato thecurious Amazement among the Americana Uota" ufacturer. If you want to know htw many jetailor Ilartfonl, Ky ly gave away to visions of "Old or must say, "Bread and butter." Tho explanation of this If the fashion never changed. phenomenon given by the Arabs Is ITooy and his song, and when the band lies you have told, break the stem of fiet a letter, see a stranger. The As a people we do not improve. that thero is a convent under Ihe finished the tumultuous applause from Kiss a fool to be in danger if your a.plantian leaf. Watch when you only ellqlted an improvement comes with ae. ground, and theso aro sounds of tho the American delegation pull away the thread", (or all that encore. nose itches, Youth still insists on tight shoes, but bell which tho monks ring for A aTUhr Story. If your right ear burns some one la don't break but pull out whole mean the average of the foot is larger, par- prayers. So thoy call it Nakous, Fyentr Yang, a city In Cores, waa talking well ot you; If your lelt, some just so many lies that you have told. ticularly of the woman. Thebest and which meanB a bell. Tho Arabs founded three thousand and sixteen If you stumble going up stairs you one la talking ill. aftirm that the nolso so frightens years ago. It Is Uuown as the well-les- a cheapest shoes are made in this counW COPYRIGHTS. Is prepared to d? all kinds If you have cramps you must turn won't be married during the year. CAN I OIITAIN A PATKNTt their camels when thoy hear it as to city. Within Us walls la not a single try." .niwtr unia tn faoneit onlnion. writ, to scientists well, and all the water of the city la Dontal work at reasonable) pfieM. 111NM A'l!ll..w render thorn furious. Cut a forked twig of apple wood but douIt niu your shoes upside town when you go hT. up by tilxrliiaMlatba totent butlnew. CouipianiCft. Office over J. W. Ford & Co attribute the sounds to suppressed carried washes watermen from the river tliitr1ctlycondontul A liandb.okpt In. shaped, that is like the letter Y to bed in order to get well. Its southern wait fornifttlou ivrnMin ill .rnteiil uiit bow to ob. volcanio action probably to the which shows that this has always been Feed Store. UJn Ituim Itmt fue Also a catalogua Qt mtcbaa. A nutmeg hung around the neck hold to the forked ends one in each ie and Miantino booti aeat irea. A bubbling of gas or vapors under so, for It is said that when a Chines latni ukn tbrouab Mann Co. raotlf hand. Walk in whatever direction paotalnollMlqihaMrlenttttoAiii.rlrnn, .114 I-TJground. Philadelphia Ledger. general besieged it two thousand year tbac art brought wldelr brora tba pubha with. OBI you choose. When the handle of the Globo-Domocr- at ago, believing that he could compel it KmrruOkti, TO PUT ON The Bicycle Syitem. inhabitants to capitulate by cutting off needed flesh, no matter how "crotch" dips down oflU own accord ledtoglv (semi-weokly- ) liulidlng R.llUon. moiithtr, titu a rear (iiniki Toii'vo lost lt.tftke Doctor yon are over a spring, aud it is safe their water supp'.yi he First CltlienIt Is not enough np the attempt because was soldiers or KTrj number contains beau. Plaroe'i Golden Medloed the to dig a well there. ttrul plataa. In oolori, and ibotnorapna of n plscorery. It worki woothat bicycles carry- - bells; the law tho walls took fish scales and wens bouses, wltu plans, enabllnl nutldera to show tbe den. By restoring tb falatt ofsifrns suit secure ooatraets Address should enforce a regular system of through tho motions of the baths, and If the veins on the inside of your MUMN CO,lw Voiik, UUt Huosdwat. normal notion ot the de. Will draw drafts from a ite. signals that all can undorstand. organs and ranjul the scales, glittering In the sun, looked left wrist form a letter, that letter is It bulUa the flab, up Second Cltlicn What would you in tho eyes of tha astonished besiegers eoiy cottage up to a fine two fc aiie and healthy stand-ar- d the initial of the lady you are going to n to bo drops of water. house. Will draw plans Ire- suggest? promptly, rJeaaanUr, to marry. charge. Will inako careful ea- and naturally. The weak, First Cltlten Well, I don't know MUerjr Shared. , emaciated, thin, pal and n all kinds ot buildings, and raviooS exactly, but It might be something If you cut your nails on Sunday, The Parisian beggar U generally a made tron. puny we Motto "lift. BUCK EYE plump, round, rosy, and you'll do something within the week like this: Ono ring, "stand still;" porson ot wit One of tho fraternity al old. houses, robust. Notions' so atteo. two rings, "dodgo to the right;" mot ono evening, at eight p'clock, a letlUa." that you'll be ashamed of. tlrongth restorer and Mr M three rings, "dive to the leltj" four gentleman who waa on his way to M Known 10 ueiucu waouws, ukj w. Subscribe for Tub Rbpudlicam and rings, "jump straight up and I'll dinnerparty. OU end. all U dbjgulaed compound! Liter riFCTIIfi monsieur, and giro me a "Uavo cant cpmpara with It bealthyrtMA. II yp suffer from Heartburn, Sick get the best county paper published run undor youj" (Ivo rings, "turn & sou," said pity, beggar, "for 1 have had CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. Tby buUd tap fat, not tho 'Dfcwwery Headache, Sour Stomach, Indigestion ln.the State. bohlnd Fraetisally, you can get the Pay one year in b&ok handspring and laud no dinner t stlTstr na Artk- IMMI A SURE an CERTAIN OURK on trial In e.TrytflE; o?11 '"J1 You seo, us folks .. . a u mv - ' J "OetoutP' exclaimed the gentleman. and we will send you one year mo," and soon. Afn purlryine Ihf blood, and bulldlnj up tht Dyspepsia or Constipation, call at ta Qua known for IB yeara us the W4 M fltjj nad trenjtu- -lt it erer falla tg bonenl Williams &BeH Drug Stoic free sam- free either the New York Weekly who walk are always glad to be ac- "I've )iad no dinner, eltherl" hlr. I bimx nma 9 BEST REMEDY ssnhai- -. an dltLaew. or cure, you "Too badl" answered tho beggar. jour mcinoybac. tho trouble Is to theee ternuj, b any auUUtuto that may ple bottle ol Pomroys Llver'Cure or the Louisville Weekly commodating, but ' On It Tribune r OI.B MY A 1.1. MHVUQltTt. 0m find out what the follow botynd wants "Make It two sous,' then, and wo'lldlno payndealer better to urge and eell, likely ta hntnl r KeSlaMM VB H.. IT. LOOT. Commercial. I W. togetherl" I to buy it Rood W' Jut m eU, " tor youprice, W,NMy M ever falls to ctjre. us to do. N. Y. Weekly. nuy Nothing pktaf. Tou pay only tor ttw jooJ yon let, CIRCULATION IS VERY LARGE. The i.i ui" and practical . sink deep in-of every student. 'nllnwlllir tvrf tvlrntu vlatf. Mrs, foorjfjo Writes a DescripWednesday morning Rev. Crowe, tion of Hor Wostofh .iessrs. Tom Taylor, O. B. Williams, Mr Miliar nml R T W1tr,.r. UUena .Homo. ; ... : -- . . tarnc w corner, uma wesieriicm atiu H ity bcautilul Ulcli should r ., evidently could not hear him, for she was bending her head close to hit. They stood in that attitude for nearly fifteen iqlnutes and might have been discovered in the same pose by the graj dawn of the morning had not something intervened. That something was round and bright, and it came out of a six story window. It descended slowly, the moonlight shimmering on its silvery surface and making it consplcu ous. Soon it could be seen that it was on a string and was being lowered by an elderly woman. When it dangled over the portico there was a sudden and the young man bur and the young woman parted like an ovcrstained hawser. The young man seized the round aud bright object, which was still ringing, and held its face to the etectrlc light. The hands 'irn rlnrie vrr,. rldflrl nf He raised his hat to the g aOKANE. colorId'department. fUY T. A. OARY. jiajsiui 11 " f DR PJV j .... y at w CHJEAM u. y BAKING J nmm , 6oa? - up-stai- If Floats 3 85 f;Sl; B15S1 .... .... joa sat-whl- tt ... LOUISVILLE nil-lanc- e, fc MEMPHIS. , d O. O. S. W. R. R. , it O au3 GROVES , re-su- Attorney .... j-o- 'ipm W. H. BARME AT. l-- cow-catch- CHILL TONIC er TASTELESS Lil other-fabric- s, attorney at Law, to-a- Jo. B. ROGERS,. J. R. PIRTLE ut ij tijttk.. paf r Strl, DENTIST :i a. wsii ii DENTIST. J. L. Oarson & Son, To-da- y ,. Kl r" Tr-dltt- The Republican and St Lonis "'W. 33. i5," t iTAlLER'SDII V Jw fano-Uon- s, IIIIIJ fH-P.Ll- t. for $1.50 per year, for subscriber who pay up and one year in advance. CsiUr aai Eiiff OINTMENT fleeb-mal- ,-- "? &a&s&&Bai .llr-euurem -I sa 1T . eaanj m -i vv----n TTlEMIf hr if .'! MV V L v -- --- - A--s-- if.- flli ' . YL-v-.- n njyL tT . 3s jp F MV)i .iV? hS?V ( l j - , si' SSJ JBJJL-lXfl- .JiLULUmi iMLiuuiuini .H,LLLIMl J ION. ,' of Scott's Emulsion has beon endorsed by physicians of tho wholo world. There is no secret about its ingrcdionls, Physicians proscribo For Twenty Years mkmmammmmmr jmmmmmkmsmmammBmmkW -- 3 bocauao thoy know what groat nourishing and curntivo propMr erties it contains. Thoy know it is what it is rcpresontcd Id, Is a to bo ; namely, r porfoot emulsion of tho best Norway Cod-livusurer, subject Oil with tho hypophosphitca of limo and soda. ie Republican party. S?"t g is a good man, worthy Tor Coughs, Oolds, Bore Throat, Bronchitis, Weak Langs, Consumpeman and competent offi tion, ikromU, Anamla, Weak Babies, Thin Okildron, Biokots, s, e is a cial, presiding over and handling Loss of Flesh, General Debility, and all conditions of Wasting. s lately stated at a more funds at present than now falls Tho only genuino Scott's Emulsion is put in salmon-celort- d ng that a single drop to the 1st of the present Treasurer of wrapptr. Rofuso inferior substitutes I irowii on the floor of the Kentucky He is a good Republican, SmiftrpamfXUt n Sttti'i Emuttitn. FREE. Sboratory, would entirely prevent an earnest and indefatigable worker 8oott A Downe, N. Y. All Druggists. BOconta and SI. in the cause, and jis editor of the title the success ot experiments illustraaturday and tive of certain electrical phenomena. Grayson Eagle has done good work in our Fourth District, even as the lylnLeitchficld. A e In the door of a photoG. J. Bean, W M. Shelby Taylor Secd Mr. J G. Ray, grapher's "development" room will IlARTroRD RnrunLiCAN has done. Ohio County Dirootory. retary. other and brother of ruin his freshly taken plates.- - T.W. As a presiding officer, over" convenHough Rivtr Lodge No. 1 10 Knights , are visiting the fain- - J Nunn, in The New Science Review tions, he is the inost perfect success CIRCUIT COURT. Hon W. T. Owen, Judg- e- Owens- - of Pythias. Meets every Saturday this week. I have ever known. He presided forjanuary, night at Mcsoulc Hall, B. D. Rlngo, over the district convention at Leba- - boro. Crowe, Taylor Mines, m ' i Hon. J. Edwin Rowe. Attotne- V- C. C. non, of this week with Miss Ro which nominated John W. Ctinmben lor I.ixikI timer. Among the surprises of the new Lewis for Congtess, and Lewis was Otrensboro. if B. F. Eblin, Carrollton, Ky.,la year is the announcement that the elected. He presided over the Aps JohnW. Black, Jailer-Hartf- ord. O. B Likens, Clerk Hartford. xe with her daughters, Mrs. J. II. Hon. N. B. Chambers, a leading pellate district convention at Lcitch- B. D. Rlngo, Master Commissionarnes and Pesrl Eblin, who have lawyer ol this city, is a candidate for field that nominated Judge Gully, Register of the Land office of Ken- and he was elected.The fact that he pre- er Hartlord. been sick for some time. G. B. Likens, Trusteeof Jury Fund Mr. II. Young, Rockport, was in tucky, subject to jhe action of the sides over nearly all the conventions Republican State Convention, which held in.his neck of the woods attests town Sunday and Monday. Hartford. witl be held souie time this year. his popularity with Republicans and C. P. Keown, Sheriff Hartford. SCHOOL NOTES. . ''..' k .. mj it ?JmJM"'ia While Mr. Chambers differs widely with the lights now before me I Deputies Simuel Keown Hartford. Our school was never In n more WiBS Ortrcomi ti till vnforiitm. flourishing condition than at p eseut. and materially with us politically, he think it perfectly safe to say that the Jos. II Roberts. Fonbvllle, S. T. Tbe min with kldnejr dlneaia tny flnt pply Ppo- - New students are matriculating daily is the first citizen of this place who Fourth district will be solid for him, Stevens Cromwell, Thos. R. Bishop, for relief frota dropsy or iMa druptlont, or th wcaun!thkldnsydIietie,orftmilawe(iirM One and entering upon the work of this has ever asked for a state office, and Marion county I know will be. Centertown. nn1w fn, tH.bn.nl A., t.n. tk1 a Vnsvflrat Mr. Long Is well qualified for the to take to new term of school with grest zeal besides that he deserves every honor Court convenes first Monday in ' fullneu about tb ryes, or moU. on the hoe. PK;i,,!0,u""B'1,bemMlTt,,nt,ia,Uu"l,n0 ler us ou men and interest. Among those who have or honors that the people of his party position and a better selection could March and August and continues apUy figured by the Ilcri. Jobs Allen ot Mlu., Only a lew not be made from the whole State. three weeks, and third Monday in u Can Hartford enrolled since our last writing are could heap upon him. or ine tut Con reu. Here u hi celebrated rhyme "let fly" c n the Boor of tbe IIoum he was an ankown quanti Personally he is a very amiable man May and November ewo weeks. self in that ntti- - Misses Mollie Renfrew, Pernla and years to tbe f rest kmtuement ot ttutt body. Kdna Chinn, Berta and Ada Johnson, ty in the rear of the county in fact and one who wears well; you like COUNTV COURT. " There's Wanny rune tbe pott ofllo the of Sulphur Springs; Minnie Jabn, an ojweure country boy, with nothing George Long better every time you John P. Morton, Judge Hartford. And Lett runsrum bar. Wblta While baby the IIou in a position to Charlotte Baker and Ida Millard, of to back him save a good reputation, a meet him. I have known the reverse D. M. Hocker, Clerk Hertford. And- -d a It biro we re " Well. It's so with the afflicted. To arold tnosa splendid intellect and a d of this to be true of some men. .hat the women at Goshen; Mucie Miller and Ollle Tayof E. P. Neal, Attorney Hartford. I1U, or to euro them, Dr Fenner's Kidney and Mr. Cham- With Bradley for Governor, Major Court convenes first Monday in Buliich Cure clll not dluppolnt. The Tier. iaces nlong tbo coast lor, of South Beaver Dam; Messrs. D. energy and ambition. A. J. Mrachaat, Ut rrealiUna Elder, Orore bers was elected to the office of Coun- Burchett Ur Lieutenant Governor each month. will bathe with tbeir H. Godsey, Lawrence Daniels, Ellis Oty, r.,Apr MS; writer "FortSyettril QUARTERLY COURT. auSered with kidney dlldcully end wed only t It has long been a mys- - Mitchell, James and Chas. DufT, of ty Clerk as often as lie wanted to be; and George Long for State Treasurer, Begins on the third Monday in bottles ot Dr. Fenctr'i Kidney and Dutkacbo ' Sulphur Springs; U. G. Whaliu, of he was appointed Supervisor of the we will pass and give the right to y upon sucn occasions the Cure. I bare had 1m backache In the tut 19 some one else to name the test of January, April, July and October. yeanUiantfonncrlybadlnlSmlnutea. If Ml almost aloue of all that is mur- - Morgantown;Will and George Barnes, census for thisdistrictunder the Harentirely cored." Money refunded If eatlifao-tlo- n Addis and Alva Pate, ClaudeandFla-viu- s rison administration and when that the State ticket." COURT OF CLAIMS. !al of feminine not clren. Take borne a hotUe bathers should be It If the Almighty Father ever did Convenes first Monday ia January anaana bapptoeii and prolonged Baker, Rhainhold Jahn, floshen; work was completed he was transferrclothed, and now that the stocking R. A. London, Rosine; Hallle Brown, ed to the Revenue Service, where he write in man's face just what he is, and. Tuesday after the first Monday must go, the feet will have a fair show He certainly selected Major Burchett in October. Rochester. Several others will en- served until the change of governwith the other members in displaying for that man. Brave, generous, noble, mental affairs. ter next Monday. OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS whatever charms the fair ones may N. B. Chambers, as nearly every warm hearted man he is, and it G. S. Fitzhugh, Surveyor SulThe R. E. G. Society inaugurated put on exhibition, body in this end of the state knows, is depicted in every lineament of his phur Springs. the following officers last week: D.-is one of the make Z. II. ShulU, School SuperinHer Majesty, Queen Majajie, Gibson, Pres.; N. May Friend, Vice revolutionized few leadersin who first noble face. He would of the a runpolitics Hancock ning mate worthy gallant tendent Haitford. Pres.; Annie McKenney, Sec'y; Attye tho ruler of a tribe of KaQirs in county. He was a candidate when Bradley and an able and 'dignified N. C. Daniel, Assessor Crorhwell. South Africa is said to bo 300 vcars Austin, Treas.; Cliflie Gray, Critic; Virgiline Hocker, Marshal. The cirls 'he vote of the county was changed President of the Kentucky Senate. Galen C Westerfield, Coroner-Hartf- ord. old, this she her self admits. She is can do no of this Society will soon have nn el- - from overwhelmingly Democratic to Kentucky Republicans er ana sister. yet a maid, so the story goes, and twenty-fiv- o The people of better than nominate Major Burchett egant book-cas- e placed in the study certainly Republican. Mrs. Mizella Tanner, , Toorhouse in view of her admitted age and the room in which to keep the books of the county had tb utmost confidence for Lieutenant Governor. Keeper Hartford. and Sunday aversion to correct age telling so the School Library. While speaking of Treasurers and in the ycung man's ability and lent JUSTICES COURTS. common-ther sex, it is not unreas Quite a number of the ladies and him a helping hand. And he has bank officials I call td mind the fact Hartford A. S. Anil, Sulphur HOTICK. Lthe saloon question onable to suppose that instead of hav gentlemen of oar school have taken never jet betrayed their slightest that our Alex, the late debater, is or Springs, March 2, June I, September I warr ererr man and woman la the Untied llatei Intereiied In the Oplora and WaUky was somewhat of a banker himself, three hundred Snesday. seen niklts to hate oat of mr boeia on thtte dlt" she advantage of the excellent opportu- confidence. ing 2, Becember 2. atca. Addreii II. IX. Woolley, Atlanta, Oa. Mr. Chambers has, since his ad- yet we have not heard from him on basin fact seen at least soren hund- nity afforded them for acquiring a Cromwell Jont B. Wilson, Prentis, Box St,aad eat will bo Matyo-irre'at your unbiased mind red summers. Ono Mr. Methuselah thorough business education and have vent into the political arena, been a the currency question during the March 9, June 8, September 7, De Sience tell you to do. Uniilril. bad better look to his laurels. matriculated in Miss Friend's Com- powerful factor in the politics of this present term of Congress. It may be cember 7. Everybody to know that Groves mercial Class. Most acceptable work section of Kentucky, and C L. Woodward, Center- Rosine he remembered that he was about the lawauau question is again Some time ago a roan by the name has been done in this department of is better prepared for a strong fight largest toad in the puddle when town, March 13. June 13, September Tastless Chill Tonic is guaranteed to fo Congress, but in a somewhat Cure Chills and fever, Lagrippe Bad of Blair killed Capt. Uowmar ntMt. the school "during the past terra and than he ever has been. He is an House bills, Senate bills and Confer-enc- e 13, December 13. different form. Colds & c , or your money will be hills on the tariff were being reBuford Ben F. Graves, Buford, Sterling. Blair was arrested and the products are most flattering for a equal owner in the great Falcon coal refunded in every instance. Sold by Judoe John Allen Murray, of jailed. Ho was afterward lynched and continuation of same kind .of work mines, at Falcon, Ky., and has other ported. We all remember how he March 30, June 39, September 8, William & Bell, Hartford Ky. swore he wouldn't and then how he December 28. interests in the county, all of which . Cloverport, died last Sunday after a now,tho authorities of Montgomery this session. Fordsville Rev. Casebier conducted devotional goes to show that he is a successful did. He helped boss such a magnifiBoling, James A. Williams & Belt Hartford, Ky. sell a year's illness. He was a promi-ne- county aro investigating the case. It cent job on the tariff it is a wonder Barretts Ferry, March 16, June 15, 'Pomroys Vermifuge" the great now seems that Blair was hired to do exercises for us Monday. He is ever business man and not a spoilsman. remlawyer. It is safe to predict that the Hon. he can't "help a leetle oudt" on the September 14, December 14. edy forchildren and guaranteed every the killing and that those who prom- a welcome visitor with his words of N. B Chambers will be a formidable currency question. Carlisle knows CONSTABLES. bottle, remember it always sSves the If the men of Hartford will vote ised to put up the blood money were counsel and kind encouragement. Haitford Hosea Shown, Beda. Mrs. T. T. Ray, Mrs. E. R. Ray, foe in the race for Register of tke about as much about the finance as children" and cost only 35cts per next Wednesday lor what their en about to go 'back on him and so ho Buford J. L. Pattou, Buford. Hawesville Plaindeal-er- . Wilson does about the tariff and he ' bottle. Felix.Hen-- ' Land Office. lightened conscience approves temper threatened to make a clean breast Messrs. Dave Miller, was not slow or backward about Fordsville J. II. Oiler, Fordsville, ry Leach and J. G. Ray were visitors ance will win two to one. Hence a gang was hir-and tell all. helping Wilson. Rosine Thos. Oiler, Rosine. this week. ed to lynch Blair which was done, ol (lie Country Ncwanjrr Howeer, he has been helping Bis-sCromwell R. B. Mrtinr CromThe young men of school will or- Trouble Mr. Samuel Feland, father of Man, and Grover carry out the spirit of well. Judge John Feland, died at his home Blair came from Magan county, and ganize a Literary Society next week. There are people in the world who 150 heavily armed men from This is a praiseworthy step POLICE COURTS. Condensed News, in Hopkinsville Monday at the ad about in the do not know how to treat a newspa- civil service reform by firing a lady thai county aro at Mt. Sterling right direst ion and we extend to them per or how to take what is given from the Elizabeth-tow- n Hartford James F. Carson. Judge. Stories, yanced age of eighty-fiv-e. awaiting developments. Well he can ham- J. P. Stevens, Marshal, B. L. Kelly, the "right hand of fellowship" and them by a newspaper. In the first s now with Attorney. Court held every second Miscellany, When Hartford votes open saloons wish for them great and unlimited place a newspaper is a business, just mer away at Gen. Cerro Gordo Williams, success. Women's Department impunity. He didn't quite lose Har- Monday in each month. sho says to tho rest of the county, "I, like any other business. If you don't Attyb. Beaver Dam D. A, Miller, Judge; Children's Department, Hartford, am greater than all Ohio the prominent Democrat and like it, don't take it. If you don't din county last November, but it The Wont Form ol Wrong, would be different now. The last States Senator, is nut in a , Marshal, held Agricultural Court county." If she knows her interest In view of the enormous waste of take it, don't consider that it is unDepartment, recent interview in the Louisville propeity and the stupendous amount der a particle of obligation to you for great act of a not very great man, first Saturday in January, April, she will not do it. Political Department.' firing a lady because July and October. Commercial, and among other things of crime and wretchedness that are doing so. You pay a low price for it she was a sister-in-laBrooklyn for the past twelve days says tho following: "The turn affairs directly traceable to Cromwell J. P. Cooper, Judge; Answer to Correspondents, of Abraham and nearly every time you get more the liquor traffic, has been suffering all the horrors of toon at the last election wao occasyou are charged for it, and it Lincoln, an honor greater than any Finis Burden, Marshal. Court held Editorials, than the apologist for this cures of alcohola terrible strike, Tho militia has ioned by general disgust with Freti-de- ic poison represents the concentrated owes you no mors for your patronage man or any other woman in Hardin second Saturday in January, April, Everything, ' Cleveland. I vtas distrusted my enjoys. July and October. been called out to quell the riots and ' in the way of an obligation than county YVILL BE POUND IN THE self. Just to think that after tolling for essence and embodiment ot wickedWe will not see his like ajrain Hamilton L. Francis, Judge; D. considerable bloodshed has occurred. thirty years as the Democrats did, to ness. To assist in or offer any exdoes the grocer who sells you a dolin Congress, nor will soon again see W. Roll, Marshal. Courier-Journ- al Court held on build the parly up, it was destroyed cuse for continuance this vile lar's worth of sugar or soap. A Last Saturday evening at five by Grover Cleveland. He is the business therank treachery or our fam- newspaper never mistreats a man such a Congress. He is on a par third Saturday in Janury,April,July A Democratic is to with his company and if ne accept and October. o'clock the steamer State of Missouri, poorest politician that over assumed ily, and injury to Newspiper. HI5NRVWAT-TI-RSOthe industries of) wilfully. It has no enemy of whom Democratic testimoaies he is keeping Rockport W. B. James, Judge; a large boat plying tho Ohio and the reins of leadership in any politi- the nation, destruction tn vlrtni- - nm1 it will not speak a kind word if jus- Rdltor. worse company than old dog Tray J. J Gilem, Marshal. Court held on ilississippi rivers between Cincinnati cal party in the United States. Nine-tent- religion, and the very culmination tice or raetit demand it, It has no PRICE, Slop A YEAR. of bis own party aro now first Mondays in January, April, and New Orleans was wrecked near against him. He menu wno can lnnuence it away ever fell in with, is a master not a given to legalize this traffic is not It Is said that all joys have their July and October, No lives were lost. Cloverport. The Weekly Courler-Journthe worst form of wrong and op- from the path of duty. If it ignores is a gold bug and a mug-loader. Ho mhkea Rosine J. D. Byera, Judge; H. anybody in any way itisforoueoftwo alloys. When we come to think of ump. Had it not been for him the pression; but further, the legal sancvery liberal terms to agents. Sample Republican again result of the elections last November tion of an alluring intoxication pois- reasons: Either the person is too it we are saddened that there will be Morris, Marshal. Court held first copies of the paper BefokbTiie apd PremiuinSup-plemcn- t so few of the present Democratic Saturdays in each month. comes to its readers Hartford will would havo been very diflerent." onous beverage furnishes the basis small to be noticed, or the editor did sent free to any address. members in the next House to wit Ceralvo N. B. Fulkerson, Judge; have paesed judgement ou tho saloon elements of all criminality, and is the not learn of the event or action. If Couribr-JournWrite to Co., ness the change in the representaTun extreme popularity of the J. W. Garrett, Marshal. Courts held question. Let every man know his most heinous, dastardly illustration you know anything and da not see it Louisville, Ky. tion of the Fourth district of KenHon. Wm. O. Bradley is evidenced of human selfishness on fourth Saturday In January, April, duty and then dare to do it. Tho that it is possi in me paper ten cnances to one you tucky. We would The Haitford Rkpublican and the. like for them to July and October. are more to blame than the editor, enemy must be met and overcome. by tho largo number of Republican ble to have inflicted on the commuWeekly Courier-Journwill be seat' COMMERCIAL CLUB. papers which havo indorsed him for nity, forccrtalnly who doesn't know anything about see what'order of ability the RepubGood order, home and peace must be noineansnor methAddress Meets at Court House every ad to any address for $1.75. Governor. Tho following are among od to cheat and mislead the people it. A little care and consideration'! licans of the Fourth district choose maintained. . them, after hav- and 4th Friday night. J. S. R. Wed-din- This Rispubucan, Hartford, Ky. , . the number; on the part ol a great many people to represent into dangerous, vicious habits is so ing realized that, with which DemoPresident, C. R. Martin, Lexington Leader, effective as making It easy to obtain who Sneer at their local paper because The latest sensation in architecOwcnsboro Protectionist, they think it small or of no particu- crats learn lo be content. It is a step alluring, intoxicating beverages. tural circle is tho pioposition to erect forward from Montgomery to Lewis, TOWN TRUSTEES. Mt. Sterling Gazette. And, worst ot all, the license is giv- lar Influence, etc, will make a differa building in New York City to cost B. D. Ringo, Chairman; W. G, It will make but Republicans order things that City Republican. en wlth-- a hypocritical pretense of ence to both parties. Central 100,000,000. The air castle, which the paper better and bring the other way. In the next Congress the Fourth Hardwick, Clerk; S. K. Cox, C L. . restriction to mislead the unwearyl Greenup Gazette. will doubtless prove to be, is to it district will yield the palm to none Field, John P. Morton. Demorest's Magazine for February. party around to a proper appreciation other in the State and with Rishraond Pantragrapb. contuln a perfect community, residue defSCHOOL TRUSTEES. Princeton Banner. of its value. Burksville Herald, dences, stores, churches, schools, etc. erence to all of the other ten dlstin. Rheumatism is primarily caused by L. F. Wauner, Rowan Holbrook, Earlington Bco. "When that is completed it will be guished gentlemen, the Fourth will Dr. J. T. Miller, Chairman, E. P. frree to acidity of the blood. Hood's Sarsapa. of The Norton 'nap. Grayson Eaglo. rilla purifies the blood, and thus cures feel and insist that its RepresentaChicago's turn. TheCo-urtoThomas Treasurer; T. L. Griffin, SecAppeals has decided Hopkinsville Republican Banner. the disease. that a criminal cannot satisly his sen- tive is tun member of the Kentucky retary. Any one sending in a Mibscrlption The Kansas City, Mo., Journal Bath County Banner. C. J. to this paper for one year, accorapan-e- d by paying at delegation. Among condiments alcohol must .be tence of imprisonment RELIGIOUS. s'cores a strong point as follows:" It Piuesvillo Messenger. the rate of two dollars per day to keep reckoned. It is a pluralist condiby $1.35 , the regular price of Tub Baptist Church Dr. J. S.Colcman,-Pastor- . In Memory Isfa somewhat illuminating fact that Whltly County Herald. ments' however, and it jroe"s with- out ofjail. This was in the case of Of little Elsie, infant daughter of EdServices second Suaday in RUPuducan, will be sent free of the English Baronet who presided at Allen Reflector. out saying is a dangerous condi- the rich Louisville saloon-keepeeach month, nt n a. in. and f p, in. charge for one year a copy , of The win G. and Nannie Stewart, born that Free Trado dinner given to ConMaysville Public Ledger. ments in more senses than one. A Martin Norton, who while drunk, Weekly Commercial a 1894, died Januarys, 18951 Prayer meeting every Thursdayeven-Ing- . Louisville gressman Wilson in London is now Glasgow Republican. good deal that has been said about al- brutally .murdered a friend who was "This lovely bud so young large tjcoluuin paper, filled witlt and fair heading an active Protective movecohol might be urged against other trying to keep him out of jail. A Somerset Paragon. M. E. Church Called hence by eatthly doom; Rev. E B. Pate. more news than any other metropolicondiments. Mustard, for example, Louisville jury shamefully decide! Just came to show how sweet a flower Pastor, Services every third Sunday tan weekly. ment against American beef." The First District Republican. In Paradise could bloom. is largely mixed with water and that his punishment nhould be one English are no fools but what of Absolutely correct market reports. In each month at 11 a., m, arid at 7 Green River Republican, freely taken, produce vomiting and year in the count, jail and a fine of "Ere sin could harm or sorrow fade, p. m. Prayer meeting every; You can get a Iree Sample copy of Wilson? Flemingsburg Gazette, Death came with friendly care, occasionally inflamatlon of the intes- J i, ooo. A Louisville judge more night. The Weekly Commercial by sending Lousia Picket. tinal mucous membrane. Salt, even shamefully decided that he might The opening bud to heaven conveyed k'Ia it right that less than 100 men Christian Church Rev. I, II. Teel, y6ur name to that paper. Vancehurg Sun, bade it blossom there." And uader circumstances when not coun- remain out of jail by paying, In addiPastor. Services first Sunday in ; in Hartford should have more power Knox County News. "A Rrl'ativb, terbalanced by vegetable juices, in- tion to the fine, two dollars for each each month, morning and night. in a than the 5,000 voters of tbo entiro Middlcsboro News. duces a disease of hideous type. In day of his sentence. The judiciary, SECRET SOCIETIES Taken nn an Eilrnjr. Wo think not. county? Yet thoso Hardiiuburg Leader. . By E. O. Ross, near town, one livlespect of alcoholics, the result of us well as the people of Kentucky, Rockport Lodge, No. 313, F, & A. who favor saloons aro placed in tho poEastern Kentucky Republican. their employment depends pn the were shocked at this decision. The er colored bird dog, short and M, meets regularly on sition of insisting that the 100 should It is difficult to see whero Col. quantity taken in largely. Alcohol refusal by the Court of Appeals Is gives evidence of being a hair, dog, third Saturday nights inthe first and fine each month. not only havo this greater power but Bradley's opponents, whom tho Dem- given quickly in large doses is a therefore, no surprise. Norton's Ower can have hita by calling and Stated meeting of Hartford Lodge Ono man in Hartford ocratic press has vainly tried to talk deadly poison. Dllutedalcobol exercise it. . taken money will be returned tojhlm and proving his property and paying for No, 67s P. & A. Masons, first Mon- may bo equal to 60 men outside of it, into existenco, would get their news- slowly and repeatedly during the day he must goto Jail, Owensboro Mesthis notice. Apply at RqruDtiCAH day night In each month, All breth- Address olders to Tinj Rbpuiiucan, but we fail to eo it. paper support. Office. irritates the mucous membrane of the senger. ren are invited to attend- regularly, Hartford, Ky. ff m $m Scott's Emulsion er pin-hol- mm n k i ao y car-loa- Remember you get tho New York Tribune and The Hepuiilican both for one year, for one dollar and cents. , -- u- ' ' y A j !? nt '.-- cl BEST Post-mistre- Post-offic- Post-office- fc nt to-d- .: .. Weekly ten-pag- eight-colum- hs t if- - Sec-retar- THE LOUISVILLE WEEKLY COMMERCIAL readers paper mm mm , this f r, yed-nesd- ' Send inyoarmoneyand GET TWO PAPERS5 FOR THE ,. PRICE OF ONE; - w- - HHQfwf r i r mv ,. i Fmdav, Januaiiv 35, 1895, Mr. M. Dean week. is In Loutsvllle tills gave us many beautiful and practical Bring your eggs to Carson & Co, inNew line of Shoes at Fair Bros. & thoughts, which should sink deep to the heart of every student. Co. New tine of Underwear at Fair Bros. OKANE. - r fjY r. A. OARY.J , Mr. Henry Carson mide a business trip to Paducah this week.. Miss Myrtle R6we's school at Central Grove closed last - Saturday, Miss LIie , Barnes, Beaver Dam, visited her sister, Mrs. Shelby Taylor, this week. J. Casey, Owensbtro, Is visiting her parents, judge and Mrs. 15. D. Walker. Mrs. A. &Co, n in Judge C W. Massie, Owensboro, in town. New Calico all 5 cents per yard. Carson & Cp. Cloaks nt.your.own Bros. &Co, Miss Etta Thomas from Louisville. price Is at Pair has returned Best shoes on earth for ft 00 at Mr. A. M. Smith has closed his school kt lllghvlew, and has entered Fair Bros. & Co. Hartford College. Just received a big lot of Shoes. Carson & Co. Miss Laura Render, after teaching n verysuccesful" school at Elmwood, Overcoats f 2 50, $3.00, $5.00 and closed last Friday. $7,50 at Fair Bros, fc Co. Don't you forget It, that Lunch It Counter of Hall Bros, is superb. will satisfy the appetite of anyone. Prof. Win. Poster, of Hartford Collecture at Alexander will lege, Schoolhouse Saturday nlght,belng the close of the school, which has been C. H. Ellis. taught by Mr. Kvery&ody invited. Miss Enola Wcsterfietd Is visiting in Cromwell vicinity this week. We wilt sett you 37IIIJ. ol N. O. Sugar for $1.00. Carson & Co. Good canton flannel 5 yard at Fair Bros. & Co. . I. ' . cents per Thclmapyfricndsof Mr. O. W. MattlnGnil be glad to hear that he has recovered frem his recent illness and that he will be out again in a short time. The story to the effect that tke Illness was caused by political disappointment is a mistake. Mr. Caleb Crowe and family left Tuesday for- - Owensboro, where tkey will make it their future home. Mr. Crowe has been a residentof Hartford many years and is well known here. Mr. J. B. Foster has rented his resideice nud wilt move in in a few days. Mr. C. R. Martin, the hustling Jeweler,hos moved his Jewelry stock to the L-- B. Bean old stand, and besides keeping tkc best stock of Jewel, ry in tke Green River country, he will handle all kinds of Peed Stuff. gentleman, Mr. Martin is a and if you need anything in his line would do will to call on him. first-clas- s Fine line of embroideries, swiss edgings at Fair Bros. & Co. Hot Coffee and lunch at all hours at Hall Bros., corner Union and Market streets. suit, see For a fine Tailor-mad- e Fair Bros. & Co's line of samples. They are nice and cheap. Mrs. James Fltzhugh, Sulphur ol her sick Springs, is at the mother, Mrs. P. 15. Ntlson.' bed-sid- When in town and you icel hungry and tired, call on Halt Bros, and get a good lunch, with hot Coffee. We are offering some special in novelty dress goods. Carson & Co. bar-gal- Hall .Bros, deal in alt kinds of fresh meats, game, chickengs.sausage etc. Give them ji call for anything in their line, at lowest prices, Miss Maggie Gunther entertained a few of tht students last Friday eveMr. and Mrs. J. M. Porter.of Cronr ning. A delightful evening was spent, and all enjoyed the occasion. welt vicinity, were visiting in Haiti Those present were: Miss Irene Rob-ard- ford Monday and left for Louisville Ada and Bee Brown, Sallle and Tuesday where they will remain for Jennie Quisenbery, Edna 'Griffin, and several days. Messrs. Ed Rhoadj, T. C, Stack,' Marriage license: "'Elliott Greer Ernie Morton, A, P. Taylor, Herbert to Miss Btttie Hoover, James W. Robards. Stroube to Miss Nannie Sills, T. S. Cox to Miss Polly Hoops, M. D. Hart. Mr. C. R. Martin, Secretary ford Commercial Club, has received Ashby to Miss Eva Tichenor. rea tetter from the Courier-Journd Some unknown parties visited questing brief notes every week conand vicinity Monday night, cerning the general resources ol Ohio breaking into several houses, and county, such as news, the wage ques- making themselves obnoxious in sevtion, changes in the labor condition, Nobody knew eral different w 7s. and alt industrial news, which will any ol them, greatly advertise our county. It is Mr, Ferd Morgan.a former resident earnestly hoped that all who can conany news on the above subjects of Hartford, and a popular gentletribute Mo , was will send or bring them to Mr. Mar- man, now of Springfield, tin by Friday morning of each week, married on January 6th, to Miss Lotaad he will send them in for tie Kelley, of Forest, 111., at the home publication in the Sunday Courier-Journa- l. of the bride. s, Try our asct ladies hose, high splice heel and double soles. Housed of Dye. Nothing better. Carson & Co. j lk Bu-for- f Let every business and trade be represented by good news gatherers each week and ifwill not be long before our co unty wilt be one of the foremost in the State. Commercial flab poller. There wilt be a regular meeting of the Hartford Commercial Club at the court house Friday night, Jan. 25th. Very important matters concerning the interest of the town will be discussed. Let every member attend. C R. MiRTiN.Sec'y the H. C. C. A The protracted meeting at the Methodist Church is growing in interest. Rev Lyons is greeted every night with a crowded house, and much good is expected to be derived Services at 3:30 from the meeting. and 6:30 p. m. each day. Mr. C. JCMartln tvill operate a feed Store and carry in connection with his watchniaktngestablishment a full and complete stock of feed stuff, such as the best makes of Flour, Meal, Bran, SblpstufT, &c. Anyone wanting anything in his Hy&will be given the lowest prices ana prompt service. The .examining trial of Albert Austin for the. killing of Bertie Barnard The trial came up lost Wednesday. Wednesday, Thursday, continued Friday and Saturday until noon. Austin was held over to await the action of the Grand Jury at its next session, under bond of $300, which, Public opinion had the'prefs our protestation ogainst the was executed. as to the facts of been greatly-misleopen saloons In the town oi Hartford. the killing, but the trial developed a B Canon, Martin, L J strong case ol murder. A II Miller, .TL Stevens, W C Moseley, H F Bean, J W Thomas, George LJohnston.R P Carson, O M Felix, R E Lee, G. W, BurdeSi, Pardon Tabor, F C Crawford. B L Davis, X Qnlet Wrrfrimr. Last evening at 8:30 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents, Capt.' and Mrs. S. K, Cox, Dr. J. II. White was married to Miss Mary Cox, Rev. B. E. Pate pronouncing the ceremony in a beautiful and impressive manner. The wedding was a very 'quiet one, only a few intimate friends of the family being present. We, the undersignedcitlzensof Sulphur Springs and vicinity, do hereby declare that we are bitterly opposed to the open saieons in the town of Being interested in the Hartford. future prosperity of said town as well as all other points of the county, and knowing it to be detrimental to prosperity, aid sincerely believing it to be an Imposition on the people oi our county, we do respectfully submit to l,lllioa. 5! . UmtKKIIOOK. The school at Alexander, which has been under the management of Mr. C. II. Ellis for the past five months, Mr. Ellis has will close the 35th. been quite successful, and having given entire satisfaction, will open a spring term at that place the following Monday. The Debating Society, which has been in progress at No Creek for some time, Is still progressing nicely. J. A. andT. L Anderson, V. G. Barnett and Bud Tanner went to 5: .(, T I The contracting parties are very popular young people and stand high in social circles, Dr. White being a rising young dentist, having built up an extensive practice in the town and surrounding country, and his bride is oji accomplished young lady, possessing the many virtues It takes to Long may make true womanhood. they live to enjoy wedded bliss, aud may not on obstacle be thrown in Monday with tobacco. their, path to mar their happiness B. S. Ellis made a business trip to along life's uneven journey, is the Daviess county last week. together wish of Tub Repum-icaH. A. Balrd and wife spent Sunday with their many friends. with relatives near Centertown. AUollllatl tl. A, It. Mrs. W. C. Ashley, ol Stanley, Is Taylor Post No. 208, are requesexpected to visit relatives in this ted to meet at Hall Headquarters in neighborhood in the near future. , J. W. Bennett has returned from Cromwell, as there is some special business on February 4, 1895. Spottsville. Z. TAvwr, Cromwell. Thomas Stratton and wife have returned from Cromwell, where they Collfr Not. have been lor the past week. The interest- of our school inR. A. Anderson, who has been creases dally, several new students his room for the past three have been enrolled tills week,- - and months, is slowly Improving. We many more are expected soon. Mr. Elliott Greer nnd Miss Bcttle believe this is going to be one of the Hoover weretuarried at Mt Henuon most brilliant periods in the history Church, Sunday evening at 5 o'clock "oi our College. Rev. Lyons, of Morganfietd, who Is in the presence of a large number of assisting in a series of meetings at friends.'. Misses Sudle and Nettle Anderson the M. E Church, .conducted exercisspent Sunday night with Misses es Wednesday morning, and gssjsted byJL'o. Pate conducted the exercises Minnie nnd Prudle Baird, They Daisy Dcank, j the TtSuialnder of the week. , - Stokank, Wash, Jan. 16, '95. Your interesting paper oftiiaes reaches me in my home in Washington, which I read, with great Interest, ns I -- was once a Kentucky girl, and I assure you of the fact that there is not a column that I do not peruse thoroughly. I will attempt to write a few notes for your papcr.thinklng some ofyonr many readers would like to hear from I have resided in the Ijorth-wesOxcgan, Idaho and Washington since I left my home in Beda, Kentucky, some four years since. I am very favorably impressed with the ANIMALSTHATTUMBLEUPWAFfD expect to make it my Deep Sea. Fish Face a Danger Un- country and future home, yet I have many pleasknown to Other fulving Things. It is onty rcasonnblo to supposo ant reinemberances oi.that sunny that tho ability to sustain an enor- State. LivennoiiE. Spokane is the center and metropomous pressure can only bo acquired Jan. 19 W. D. Cox, Missionary by animals after generations of lis called the Inland Empire it ingradual migrations from shallow cludes Eastern Washington, Northern for the Daviess county Baptist Aswaters, says a writer in Popular Idaho and a portion of British Colum- sociation, just closed a remarkable meeting at Hopewell. 12 days Science Monthly. bia:, it includes a radius of about 350 Those forms that nro brought up meeting, 49 additions 24 by bapby ttio dredgo from tho depths of miles in direction from Spokane. There tism. Mr. Cox has been acting as are numerous "and excellent water tho ocean aro usually killed and disMissionary just 16 months and in torted by tho enormous nnd rapid powere. that time has held 21 revival meetThe timber consists of yellow pine, diminution of pressure In their jour-no- y to tho surface, nnd It Is cxtremo-l- y white pine, fir, spruce, hemlock, ings. The most of the time he has forms with much cotton wood and birch in been pastor for three churches and probablo that shallow-wate- r part of the time four. He has had would be similarly killed and crushed places. over 400 additions to the church and out of shapo wero tticy suddenly The climate is fine being several has had about 300 conversions. He plunged into very deep water. The miles inland from the Pacific tivo in theso enormous hundred fish that has assisted in organlzingschurches, depths arc, in consequence of tho Coast, that storms from that direction collected for Missions near $400. He are too much exhausted before reachenormous pressure, 'liable to a curiserie3 of meetings at ing here to do any damage, havlug commences a ous form of nccldcut. Mt. Carmel, near Buford, on SaturIf, in chasing tnelr prey or for nny to pass one range of mountain. day the 20th inst., and will not be other reason, they rlso to n considThere are no cyclone3;have not heard erable distanco above tho floor of it thunder but once since I have been able to fill his regular appointment at Concord on the 4th Sunday in tho ocean, tho gases of their in the west. becomo considerably Craig, of We have a winter sporting from this month, but Rev. J. C expanded nnd their specific gravity Curds ville, will fill that appointtwo to three months with more or very greatly reduced. Up to a ment for him. Rev. Cox commencertain limit tho muscles of their less snow, the spring, fait and sum- ces a series of meetings at Curdsville mer months are delightful, as the bodies can counteract tho tendency on the 1st Sunday In February. to float upward and enable tho fish nights in .summer are always cool AjAX. to regain its proper sphere of life at and a sun stroke was never heard of tho bottom; but boyond that limit in this entire regeon. Grtr--lIooretho muscles aro not strong enough Mr. Elliott Greer and Miss Bettie The cty of Spokane has an abunto drive tho body downward and tho dant of churches and schools, being Hoover, of the Beda neighborhood, fish, becoming more and more diswere married at Mt. Hermon Church tended ns it goes, Is gradually killed acquired in its infancy. School at five o'clock last Sunday evening, on its long and Involuntary journey building are numerous and substantial: the High School Building alone Rev. E. E. Pate officiating. The atto tho surface of tho sea. deep-sefish, then, are ex- cost f 100,000. Tho The city of Spokane tendants were Misses Stella Bennett posed to a danger that no other ani- is situated in the valley ot the Spo- and Bertie Greer, Messrs. C. M. mals in the world nro subject to kane River with a fringe of hills on Crowe 'and Fleetwood Ward. The namely, that of tumbling upward. almost every side, 'the city is divided contracting parties are well connected, That such accidents do occasionally of honest and industrious and their occur Is evidenced by tho fact that in half by the ctearswept stream many friends wish them a happy known, to bo the Spokane River flowing from the somo fish, which aro Cevord Alene Lake, the scenery is voyage down life's stream. true deep-seforms, were discovered dead and floating on tho surface of something magnificeint, the water For Nnlcl Stock of Groceries and Butchers tho ocean long befpre our rqodcrn In- breaking over the falls, then uniting vestigations wero commenced. and falling over one great fall meastools, by J. B. Howard, Fordsville, uring a total decline of 125 feet witU Ky a good point for a Butchers IN A HEALTHY STATE. busiMoving the Boundary Line Between many graceful bridges up and down shop as we have no one in that makes a picture to the eyes of a stran- ness here now. 25 4t North Carolina and Virginia. "When thoy resurvoyed tho lino ger never to be forgotten, and is enmien OUien rail deared more and more to those that between North Carolina and VirginHood's Sarsaparilla builds up the ia," says a recently returned com- live here. Spokane has a growth of shattered system by giving vigorous mercial traveler, "tho engineers 300,000 inhabitants, in a lew years, action to the digestive organs, crea found an error in tho old standards, aud operates 20 miles of electric and In ono place moved the lino a Street Railway, all her Electric Light ting an appetite and purifying the blood. It is prepared by modern short distanco south. " 'Laws, massa, chllo, what's you Plants and flour mills aud other methods, posseses the greatest curaadolng,' said an old colored woman manufactories are run by witer pw-e- r. tive powers, and has the most wonas she observed the. men moving ono' derful record of actual cures of any I visited the fruit fair this fall and medicine in existence. Take only of tho monuments which for years the displays of fruit and vegetable bad stood near her cabin. " 'Don't you know you mus'n't were grand being large and a good Hood's. Hood's Pills are purely vegetable, 'sturb that ero stone, that shows as quantity. Corn and tobacco, tomahow I lives In Norf Carollnny?' toes, sweet, potatoes do not thrive and do not purge, pain or gripe .25c. " 'But you'don'tllvo In North Car- hefe as well as they do in Kentucky, Tlieronrlh Coiierloul lllllrlet. olina nny longer, aunty,' replied ono g and Under the above heading the of- - tho men. 'Tho now survoy yet the strawberies are larger Leader has the following to shows that you llvo in Virginia sweeter prunes and plums grow in Col. abundance. say about our now.' " 'Llvo in Virglnny I I llvo In Olo This city is very healthy, there C. M. Barnett: Vlrglnnyl Oh, no, honey. You has been only 60 deaths inthrea If any congressional distiict in the can't fool mo that way. Inevernlu't months and twelve of that number state of Kentucky is entitled to repmoved in my llfo. So, how could I resentation on the state ticket, it is llvo In Virglnny when I'sc born in The country is a Paradise to the the Fourth. It will be remembered Norf Carollnny i" " 'But you do, aunty,' replied tho sportsmen as there are hundreds of that she made a gallant fight and man, smilingly, and ho briefly ex- cold clear mountain streams swlming achieved a most spleudld victory last with trout. The Spokane River, November. A victory that eclipses plained tho caso. "Then tho aged woman shook her which flows directly through this city any in any other district in the state. head and repeated again and again: has these fine fish, also, salmon. We had an able standard bearer it is 'In Virglnny, Olo Vlrglnnyl Ain't There are a dozen large and small true in the person of the Hon. John that wonti'ful, an' mo neverchangln' lakes near, that are fishing grounds. W. Lewis, but there is another man, a step?' No better sport awaits the hunter. who took a part, and it was no small " 'Anyhow,' sho remarked at defeating Mr. Montlength, 'I'm glad I'so lives in Virgln- Both feathered and animal game part either, in Democratic ny. Thoy always said 'round hero abound in neighboring forests and gomery, one of the ablest He is mountain ranges Deer, Cariboo, Elk, Congressmen at Washington. as how Virglnny was moro healthy like than Norf Carollnny.' " N. Y. Mountain Sheep, and wild Goats ex- no other man than the Hon. C. M. Herald. ist here, wild geese and ducks in the Barnett, Chairman of the Fonrth Conspring and fall. We also have prairie gressional district. The truth of the An Odd Discovery, chickens and sage hens, grouse and matter is, as we believe, that Mr. Two families who have lived in adBarnett'a watchfulness and shrewdpheasant. joining new house on Thirty-firs- t During August, September and ness resulted in a plan of campaign Btreot, above Diamond, slnco last November, were quite unawnro that October camping parties go ut on which elected Mr. Lewis.' The editor of this paper has not they wero closoly related until a Lakes with the assurance of fine fow days ago, when tho information weather. I have been out to some seen nor heard of Mr. Barnett since was conveyed to them in a curious one of the Lakes every summer and the election but certainly he deserves r manner. A young lady in ono of enjoy life, when one can congratulations, and something more tbo families has a tasto for painting amuse them selves In various ways than congratulations If he wants it. m .1 on porcelain, and recently finished such as bathing, roaring fishing, and Halemiian WnBtctl. an elaborately decorated plaquo as a gathering berries. We go out for Good wages to sell our Nursery gift to a maiden aunt, whose name and usually have it. It Stock. Apply for terms. We will was embroidered on it in gold. When a good time it was roturned from tho firing- - es- is a very common thing to see) 50 or have for Spring and Fall, 1895, an 60 tents pitched on the side of a Lake immense stock of AppIe.Peat, Peach, o tablishment tho messenger by left it next door. Ab tho of Sundays. We all meet at one ot Plum, Apricot, Cherry, Grape, etc. namo on tho plaquo was Identical the tents and have Sunday School, Also small fruits, shade and ornament with that of a young lady of this while evenings through the week we tal trees roseS, etc. We make a family, tho anonymous gift was build a big bon fire out of pine knots specialty of wholesaling to large with considerable wonderand then we all sit around or lay on planters direct. We will sell to rement as to its' source. Falling to blankets, slug, tell stories and play sponsible parties and take note payarccolvo her plaque, tho artist mado games. We lead a go happy life, un- ble In six, twelve and eighteen .Inquiries, and discovered that both young ladles wero nieces of tho til time to break up camp, and return months. same maiden aunt, after whom 0110 to the city. I will leave the mines Write us for wholesale prices. Ad had been nnmed, and that their out of this letter; will write in regard dress: Tho to them in some future time if this mothers wero sisters-in-laSoUTimaN NurskrV Co, artlsji Insisted upon her cousin re- letter does not find its way to the Winchester, Tenn. 35 8t taining tho plaquo. Philadelphia waste basket. Mks. G. C. Douoit. y g t. r. a a Hard-ensburfellow-townsma- n out-doomis--tak- The following were welcome visitors Wednesday morning; Rev. Crowe, Messrs. Tom Taylor, G. B. Williams, Dr. Miller and R. D. Walker; Misses Cftrrie Warner, Oma Westerfield nnd Mrs. D. Mi Hocker, njso Miss Lizzie Barnes, who is visiting her sister, MrS. Shelby Taylor. Miss Etta Thomas, who has been visiting in Louisville, returned home this week and entered school Wednesday. Miss Maggie Nail, who has been absent on Account of sickness, is with tier class again. The many friends of Miss Sallic Gate have earnestly solicited her services as a vocnt teacher, and she now has a good class organized. Mrs. O. M. Shultz, Mrs. G. B. Likens, Misses Barbour, Eva Morton, Oma Westerfield visited us Thursday morning. SArnto. Mrs, Dodgo Writes a Description of Her Western'" .Home. I'OIUtKIU.Y I.IVKIt AT nCIIA. evidently could not hear him, for she was bending her head close to hli. They stood in that attitude for nearly fifteen minutes nnd might have been discovered in the rniiie pose by the gray dawn of the morning had not something intervened. That something was round and bright, and it came out of a six story window. It descended slowly, the moonlight shimmering on its silvery surface and making it conspicu ous. Soon it could be seen that it was on a string aud was being lowered by an elderly woman. When it dangled over the portico there was a sudden bur and the young man and the young woman parted like an overstated hawser. The young man seized the round aud bright object, which was still ringing, and held its face to the electric light. The hands on the alarm clock were clasped at midnight. He raised his hat to the young woman, murmured two words in a low tone and disappeared. The alarm clock was hoisted quickly, but bethe young woman was fore it finally reached the open window. Ex. COLORiiD'DEPARTMENT. r nniui - iili X"- - Awarded Highest Honor World' F- DR' -l ' Rev. J. II.Kaly preached a fine sermon Sunday. Next Sunday is the rally day at the Alpha Baptist Church. It Is hoped that everyone will come with their dollar. Rev. Wm. Johnson is preparicg to build n new church. There was a grand reception given at the hospitable home of Mrs. Ann Barrett, of Haytl, in honor of Misses- Mary Brown, C T. Eidson nnd Minnie Taylor, who were to, start to MOST PERFECT MADE. Nashville, Team, where they will nj. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Frw tend school at the Central Tennessee frpm Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THB STANDARD. College, on the ajrd, Inst. The invited guests were Rev. and Mrs. Wm. LOCINVII.I.E.HT. l.OCld TXX. JR.H Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Gary, WESTBOUND dally dally. Mr. and Mrs. Crit Park, Mrs. H. C, No. 53. No. si. Pace, Messrs. J. H. Parks, E. G. Lv. U. Louisville 6 30 p m 7 30 a m 6 4$p m 7 4s a m Griffin, G. H. Hill, Jessie McIIenryj Ky. Street Misses Emily Brown, Idella Johnson. West Point . . 7 25 p m 8 25 a m . 7 30 p m 828 a m The guests were entertained by a Howard Wlllowdale . . 7 39 p ra 8 37 a m sweet trio by Misses Pearlie Barrett, Rock Haven . . 7 47 p m 8 45 a m Emily Brown and Idella Johnson. Long Branch . . 7 55 p m 8 53 a m The next on programme was supper, Brandenburg . . 8 04 p ni 9 02 a m which was spread With lavish and 8 13 p m 9 11 a m Ekron generous hospitality. The table was Guston . . . . 8 i p m 9 19 a m laden with such things as a king Irvlngton . . . 8 30 p m 9 30 a m might envy. The young ladies, in Webster . . . . 8 38 p m 9 39 a m whose honor the reception was given, Lodiburg . . . 84s p m 9 47 a m were neatly attired and looked the Pierce 8 55 p m 9 56 a m very personification of health and Sample. . . , 900pm 10,00 am beauty. Mrs. Ann Barrett was hostStephensport . 9 09 p m 1.0 "09 a m ess and Misses Laviula and Pearlie Addison . . . 9 14 p ni iojua m Barrett were waitresses. They were Holt 917pm io(2oa m neatly attired and were all attention, Cloverport . , 9 28 p m 10 33 am nnd were ever at your elbow with Shops , . . . 9 31 p m 10 37a m everything that was necessary to satSklllman . . . 9 43 p m 10.503 m isfy n craving appetite. Mr. Louis Hawcsville . ,9 54pmiioaam Barrett was host and acted with credPetrie . . . . '10 .02 p m 09 a m it to himself and family. On the Falcon . . . . io 07 p hi 11 15 a m whole it was a time to be rememberCayce , . , , 10 ia'p m 11 19 a m Good cheer and hospitality ruled. Lewisport . , 10 18 p m 11 25 a ni ed the hour from first to last and Waltman 10 asp 33 am made the occasion tepletewithbrighU Powers 10 35 pm 11 43 am ness and gayety. pm 11.56 am Fates.. MINUTES Owensboro . . 10 59 p m 12 06 p m Of the last meeting of the Render Mattingly. . . 1 1 09 p m 12 18 p'm School Literary Society: Griffith . . . 11 14 pm 1223 pm The Render School Literary SocieStanley 11 18 p ra 12 27 p'm ty convened in tht schoolhouse at Worthington . 11 25 p m 12 35 p m 2:30 p. m. The house was called to Reads . . . . 11, 33 p m 12 42 p m order by the. teacher and after sing.Spottsville.. . II 45 p m 12 53 p m ing the program for the closing exerBasketts . . , 11 53 p m la 59 pja cise's of our school was taken up. Ar. Henderson 12 10 a m 115pm rROORAU. EAST BOUND 'dialy daily Welcome Song by the school. No. No. 54. Baly Render, Recitations Rosa Lv. Henderson . . 7 20 a m 2 ,55 p ni Black, Lucy Taylor and others. Song Basketts. . . . . 7 34 a m 3 ;o p m Send the Light School. Speeches by Spottsville , . , 7 42 a m 3 ippm Claud Taylor, Myrtie Render and Reads 8 50 a,m 3 23 p m others. Song, When the Mist Have Worthington . . 7 58 a m 3 30 p m Rolled in Splendor. Speeches by Stanley . . . . 8 06 a m 3 37 p m Charley Miller, Robert Render and Griffith . . . . 809 a ni 3 4i.p in Ernest Taylor. Duet, Two Little Mattingly . . . 8 17 a m 3 47 p m Girls in Blue Rosa and Myrtle RenOwensboro . . . 8 30 a m 4 00 p m der. Speeches by Job Dansey, Omie 8 40 a m 4 08 p m Pates Taylor and Manfield Taylor. Song Powers . . . . 8 55 a m 4 20 p m. is Tenderly Calling. Speeches Jesus Waitman . . . . 905 a m 4 29 p m by other little ones. Lewisport 9 13 a m 4 36 p m After a beautiful Solo by Charley Cayce . . 9 19 a m 4,42 p m Miller, one of our famous singers, the Falcon . . . , 9 23,8 m 4 45 P m was work of the class in Petrie 9 29 a m 4 51 p m exhibited and greatly admired by all. Hawesvilie . . . 9 37 a m 4 ,59 p m The honors for quiting head were vWCfj CREAM BAKING nmm ... ... .! it n .. ... .. mn 10-4- ... s. 1 , ...... .. g Skillman ..948am5o9pm carried off by Ernest Taylor, Rosa Shops 10 00 a m 5 21 p m Render and Viola Walker, represent Cloverport . . 10 05 a m 524 p m seconu anu ing respectively me nrsi, Holt 10 20 a m 5 36 p m. third grades. Thelittleones in these Addison . . , J 10 23 a m 540 p m grades had been striving for some Stephensport , . io 28 am 5 45 p m time to quit head the last day of Sample . r . . 10 37 a m 5 52 p m school. The reports from the term Pierce . , . , 1041 a m 5 57 p m examination in arithmetic, history, Lodiburg... . 10 49 a m.6 06 p m geography and spelling were read by Webster . . . . 10 57 a m 6 14 p m general deportthe teacher, also the Irvington . . . 11 05 a m 6 22 p m ment of the school for the last term, Guston,. 11 14 am 640pm Mr. Benjamin Coleman, the ChairEkron . . . . 11 22 a m 6 48 p m man of the Board of Trustees, next Brandenburg .. .11 31 a m 5 58 m He gave a talk to, the Society. Long Branch . 11 39 a m 7 07 p m expressed himself well pleased with Rock Haven . '11 47 a m 7 14 p m the progress made during the term Willowdalc . . 11 53 am 721pm conand advised the young people to Howard 12 02 pm 730pm tinue their studies, aud cultivate a Weft Point . . la 05 pm 735 ppi haVit of picking up a paper or book Ky. Street . . 1245pm 8 15pm every time they had a few idle moAr. U. Hisville 1 00 p ra 8 30, p m Coleman seems to have ments. Mr. IL C. Mordub, G. P. Aj, great hopes for the pupils ot his disLouisville,! Ky- trict and we hope to come up to or even excel the hopes of all such friends to our school. After a few Every family in Ohio county, closing remarks by the teacher the should sendjoJWjlHams & Bell Hartclosing song was sung by all and the ford, or to the. drug store in your Society adjourned, own town aud get a bottle of "F.ibri-HuCharwttk Eidson, Tastless . Quinine. Itwilt'cost Teacher. only 25 cts and is the best thing oa earth for children or anyone else who Notice. Westerfield has taken can't take bitter Quinine. Mr. Galen C. ' a position with Tim Rvpubucn as general solicitor and collector. Any THE ST. LOUIS and all business entrusted to his care will be promptly attended to. .. ... ' e" . lobe Qemograi ONE DOLLAR A The Judgement on Hood's Pro nounced by Squire Fogg. Best EWorld Eight pages each Tuesday and Friday, Sixteen pages every week, only YEAR. is, beyond all comparison, the big gest, best and cheapest national news and family Journal published i wr' ' STRICTLY BEPUBKSiP IpSu K,toE in politics, it gives all the news and gives it at least three days earlier than it can be had from any of the Metropolitan Weeklies. IT IS INDISPENSABLE t tf to the farmer, merchantor professional man, who desires to keep promptly and thoroughly posted, but has not the time to read a large Daily Paper. Write for free sample copies to ton-l- uUitlmtnUl conta fromT.H. Th Zi-who la GLOBE PRINTING CO., throuthout fon, M .,court Juattc and Jiutlca at taa miy St. Louis, Me. . tor Bath county, nia woroa ahouU torok tbi tosfldtno ol all who read bla lattar 1 ' Co., Lowall, llaaa. 1 "0. 1. Hood far lor Hood'a BaraaparllU I ballav H to ba tha bait madlcUi la tba world. la tha vlntar cJ 'M t hid--I bad cut ot tbo trip which atari-thiaji tarn In try bad abap. lft Bjr tould and and tot no raMr.I triadUia (alln la jI ol tht aamt yair I bought a bottltot Hood'a earaapartlU. Sba fliat doat I took Record. The Phonograph for College!. "' "" Groat nro tho uses of the phonograph when a cojfego professor can "talk" his leoturo Into tho dovlce at his leisure, and tho members of bis cluss cau suit their own convenience as to tho timo of hearing tho disquisition. Tho fellow who Is always asking questions In tho recitation room will find his occupation gone undor the phonograph room, but his classmates will not mind that faot tho least bit Boston Globe. r, PrkVs ' Crura Baking Powdsr WwW fair lllghwt Award. Alarm Clock far levers. 111 at this A young man stood in the portico writing. house in Washingof an apartment The meeting for the 4th. Sunday ton Park, Brooklyn, the other evening and on the step above him stood has been called in on account of sicka pretty girl. It was late and the ness in the neighborhood. Scott Huff and Miss Birdie Eskridge Despite the street was deserted. are to be married next Sunday. darkness it was apparent to the occaMr. Arch Lain, while coming home sional passer-bthat the young man right hand of from seeing- - his best girl Sunday had the dalntiTy-glovethe young woman within his own, night, got badly scared, but was not while his left under It like seriously damaged. a cover o keep it guarded. The I understand thete will be four young niaritwas apparently trying to weddings at N M. Church before very 9 say good night nd the young woman long. y d haud-reste- W1M' I'HAJ'LE. News scarce. Grandma Cravens is very By special contract, ne are enabled to offer The St. Louis twice every week, in counectioa with The Hartford Rkpuducan for only $1.50 a year, provided you subscribe before April 1, 1895. This of fer is good for our old subscribers who Made a Decided Chang tarthabatttr. whaa I begin taking tbo Aral pay up and $1.50 for one year in ad- bottla toy waltbt waa in ptunda, tho lightoil vance. Considering the character of alnco moihood. By tba Urno tbo aoou(f bottlo the two papers the greatest of national Journals, and the BEST of home papers this ofler has had btaa uttd my wiliht waa Its pounda. I your Do not delay owa all thla to Hood'a Baraapan- T- and I sladly never been .equalled, racommtad It to all auffartra," T. M. Foaa, but send In your subscription at once JiUtlce ot tht f o, Bbarpiborf . Ktntucky. to Tim RBruoucAK, Hood's Pill eon uvcr Ilia, conatlpaUun, Hartford, Ky, blUou4nii,JauQdlot,alckhaadaha,UidliiUoa. "Illt Globe-Democr- Hood'ssiCures 9 JT, r" - A-- - '""n. rJr. J wprmn WfiWy-yTjp- V Hartford Republican Friday, January as, 1895. 'imuu Jl !! GroatQlJPortunity toMalco I have bad such eplcndld-succe- ss, that I can't help writing to you nbout it. Ijiave not made less than fs.and some days from $15 to $15. I am really elated, and can't see why oth-cr- s do not go into the Di3h Washer I have not canbusiness at once. vassed any; sell nil my washers at They give such good satisfnc-tio- n that every one Bold helps to sell I believe in a year I many others. can make a profit of Three Thousand Dollars, and attend to my regular When a Climax business besides. Dish Washer can be bought for $5, every family wants one,and it is very easy selling what everybody wants to buy, For particulars, address The Climax Mig, Co., Columbus, Ohio. I think any lady or gentleman, anywhere, can make from $5 to f 10 a day. I would like to have your readers try this business, and let us know through your columns how they succeed. home. The fame oK'arlUlr. The practical deicat of the Carlisle currency bill Is a personal rebuke, of course, to the man whose name it bears. It was presented as a measure emboding his views and desires, and its fate inplies a verdict against his fitness for the place he occupies. Dut it is not just to hold him entirely or even principally, responsible in the matter. He is the head at the most important department of the Government, and the one in which financial policies arc supposed U be formulated; but at the same time he is the subordinate of the President, and subject to his general direction. It is true that he posseses some independent pewers, but they are not such as to make him his own master in a case of this kind, He wns his appoinement to the President, and is subject to removal by tile same authority. The fact is notorious that he was selected for the place ot because of his own opinions and for the purpose of giving effect to them, but because of the belielthathe was the best man to carry out such plans as his superior oficcr might see fit to propose. It may be that the bill just beaten his private approval, but that does not necessarily follow, and there are good reasons for thinking that he indorsed much of it merely in deference to the President. There are those who will say that n Secretary of the Treasury is not justifiable in thus accepting a measure or a policy that is any respect contrary to his individual views; but that is a question of casuistry that has nothing to do with practical politics. He is an administrative officer, and must keep in line with the President, or he can not luccesslully perform his duties. In the event ot antagonizing his chief, he would be powerless, and his position would be one of decided unpleasantness. It may be said that he has the privilege ot resigning in preference to surrendering or modifying his personal opinions or wishes. That was what Alexander J. Dallas did when his tariff views were not as lully accepted by Madison as he had expected; and at a later date William J. Dnane not only refused to obey Jackson's order for the removal of the Government deposits from the United States Bank, but also refused to resign, and was peremptorily removed. But Carlisle is not bound to follow those precedents. He has a perfect right to decide for himself in contingency ot that kind, and to do what he thinks is best for his party and for the country. It is certain, at least, that he did not submit the bill in question without the President's it was indorsed in the concurrence latter's message, as a matter of fact and so the defect is really not so much his asitis that of Cleveland. Globe Democrat. , bona add a pretty touch to girlish LIVES IN A TREE, toilets. These come in silver and gold, and maybe cither plain or engraved. The ideaof having the mon- Old Tom Itogora Doos not Tay Any Ront. ogram, either on the small buckles which ate worn en the ribbon, so as to come just below the shoulder, or I.Ike Hie Tre Dwellers ol Aeln II on the clasp, is popular. flcortis nn Oritlnnry Hon, bntLlvea In uninrdr The hat pin has assumed such pro. , Onli, portions fend importance that it must have a buckle, too. Some of the new ones now exhibited have gold buckAn eccentric old fellow in Lousia-na- , les, set with turquoises, with diaTom Rogers by name, has his monds or pearls, for heads, Instead of home in a tree. This quaint domiballs or beetles. cile is perched among the low and larger branches of an immense white Ayer's Pills are constantly advanc- oak on the Calcasieu river, nenr Lake ing in the-- estimation of those who Charles, says the New York world. use them. They improve the apjie-titWhile necessarily constructed in a promotcdlgestion, restore health rambling and circular manner in ornctlon, and regulate every function. der to obtain a suitable foundation for They are pleasant to take, gentle iu a chamber of comfortable size, it operation, and powerful iu sub- shows their ingenious design and much duing disease. strength. So strongly and compactly Is it built that it seems almost a 1'nrU Abemt Altalta. Alfalfa had best be sown early in part of the tree, and there vould be the spring if the soil can be gotten in little dangerol its construction except good condition; better if it were pre- by fire or the uprooting of the monIt Is several pared in the fall. There is danger arch oak by a storm. miles from any other habitation, and of injury from hard freezing. Alfalfa has done better in the dry Is well adapted to the solitary life regions of the West, often on sandy chosen by the strange old hermit. He cultivates a lew acres ot land to soil, than it has east of the Mississippi River. It thrives best where it can meet his simple wants, and the adja-ceriver and forest a fiord hlni an be irrigated, but there seems to be no good reason why it should not ample supply ol fish and game tor thrive fairly well on sandy soil in food and to sell in the town market. He never leaves his retreat except Northern Illinois. From ten to twenty pounds of seed when compelled by necessities to sell farm product and game to supply are advised to be sown to the acre. Better success may be expected if him with food and clothing. On his the seed is sown alone rather than trips to town he avoids all converwith a nurse or grain crop. While sation, and to the country round when wall established the plants arc he is a veritable enigma. Rogers is not the only person who hady and continue to gtow for a series of years, there has often been dif- lives in a tree, for In Southern Asia ficulty in securing a satifactory stand there is a whole race ol and growth the first year. The young whose ethnic traits afford an interestplants are injured by severe cold and ing study. They are diminutive in seem especially liable to be overrun size; wild in habit, and inhabit the by weeds. It is well to mow the most secluded forests, subsisting up weeds off during the first summer,not I on the natural fruits to be found in mowing close tothesurface. It should that tropical region. In point of rea not be pastured, at leasfnot closely, son and intelligence they occupy the lowest status of humanity, being but the first season. clover alfalla or lucern is an little removed from the monkey tribe. This interesting plant. There can be no They reach their rude houses by doubt of its very great value in much means of ladders made ot bamboo On vines, which they are said to climb of the drier part of the country. the other hand, while it has been with the agility of apes. e, s, out of school, and so Ve robustly insists that all the trouble Is due tr currency and other laws. Very well, Gentlemen of Congress, it is your bed" and you have made It. Until March 4 you will lie in it. But when the Repnblians get at business, their first duty will be! to help the people to earn more and by more. That is the first step also toward relieving the Treasury, nnd confidence in American investments and preventing the withdrawal of foreign capital. A Democratic President miy not like to have r.peal of the tariff before him, as the necessary first step toward financial and industrial health butheneednot be surprised if aRepub-lica- n Congress begins in exactly that way. What It may devise afterward, In the way ol revision ol duties, is of course uncettain. But it President Cleveland does not have a chance to permit the bill of "prefidy and dishonor" to go out of existence, if he likes refusing to sign the repeal as he refused to sign the act itself, it will probably be because he contrives in some way not to call an extra session of Congress. N. Y. Tribune. fify-ithniet nennnBBuntztiBnmasBnBWWHS DARWIN ON APPNDIX Ilia nemnrk t'oncrrulna; ThUTron-hlranmThin in riiyelelogjr n The Best Dressing AYER'S MIUIRVII.MI.IVr. I.OIIirt A TEX, nailKMJLK IN KfFEOT NOV. I. MM. No tl, M.M, D.llj WH8TIHWNJJ. Dull. lit IjOUliTllle WMirolnl..... Drandenburg... IrTlngton ....j rphenir-er-l .. ... ... ,.. li4J. II During the pastyear we have learned a great deal about the new disease appendicitis It way be ol interest to many readers to know thnt Charles Darwin, the great naturalist and philosopher, in his wonderful work, "The Desceut of Man," written about thirty years ago, mentions it as one of the rudimentary organs now existing in civilized men. He speaks of the "vermiform appendage" follows: Cloterpert... ,.. 10:93 10 ..lie. . llt.nt. . t. m. nt. . HAIR fyp S&2,85g5 KflKseS? p.m. Owfilmro...M....M. UiH p. m.llillp. m. 1:04 p.m. ll.Mp.01. FpoflMlllx ....-.-- ., llUp. n. llMt. iu. Ar. II mlrnn....- -. ...... flo.M, No.tJ, 10 M lUwutllle-- ... Iyiwliporl... 4l.ra. Hill, llM.m. M p. JiM f. 1 07 p. m. I ST p. m. tt p. t II p. m. lOilOp, Id. rrt. n. m. Vj n. to. m, VIGOR PrerenU the tulr from becoming tuln, tailed. -- pffg Hr7, nr wlry.ntnl tieji, luxuriance, and color to an ad- KASTJiouMP. liT. Dllj. Dily IlfdJf roo... &XllMill'..- . ... . ... I4lSe.n1. Itllp.m. e. m. a 37 p. m. as 0rnaro . lolport...-IIwmnll Ctoitrport Ste phnporl IrriiiRlon lift .m. .. ... 4iM p. m. ttSO tifll.m. IHp. liMe.nl. . It is probably not the coldest weather you ever knew In your life; but that is how you feel just now, because past suflering arc soon forgotten, and because your blood needs the enriching, invigorating influence of Ayer's Sarsnpaiilla the Superior Medicine. Car. A D. Taylor, the Beaver Dam has located his Photo Car in Hartford and will make Pictures here Monday every all day Mr! in the Hartford Photo Car. Taylor will be found at his home gallery in Beaver Dam balance of the time. We are glad to say he ranks up with the ablest Photographers In work guaranthe State. First-clasteed. "When beauty comes he takes It; If there is none he makes it." s Thellarttoriirtielo "With respect to the alimentary carnal, I have met with an account of only a single rudiment, namely, the vermiform appendage of the caecum. The caecum is a branch cr diverticulum of the intestine, ending in a aud it is extremely long In many of the lower vegetible-feedin- g mammals. In the marsupial koala it is actually thrice as long as the whole body. It is sometimes produced into a long, gradually tapering point, and Is sometimes constricted in parts. It appears as if in consequence of changed diet or habits the caecum had become much shortened in various animals the vermiform appendage being left as rudiment of the shorteued part That this appendage is a rudiment we may infer from its small size, and from the evidence which Prol. has collected of its variability in man. It Is occasionally quite ab" sent, or again largely developed. The passage is sometimes completely closed for half or two thirds of its c, Can-estrl- rts MMMzmg Wits tfrid ....... ... p. to-- 7p. m. m. e.tl p. m, 7iOS n llrandraburg lite. U10 ic&lp cool, It cure? Itching humors, aud keeps nolit, end licilUir, vanced twrlod ol Wrl Point Ar. UuUillU -- .. ..... Iros p. m. ttiOp. " a. lliM . m, . m. p, m, 7 I 0 Jl p. m. OS p. m, 0Sp.ru. Tln No. Ill Ir?tngton til!, ! nd Ns. (8umlj eirepted) Ayer's Hair Vigor, Boll lUrJInlburr bound. M make conneelltD k with Irtloi on Loud, ! Weitern R. R., tj Drag (liti and retlumeri. GALLON For nirthtr liformillon, iddren II. O, MORDUE, Urn. Pa'r Ag'l. LoulMilU.lt J WHEN YOU GO TO OWENSBORQ KOTIOK. 3CJ OXOZULS'3CC3B3, For the finut and Most Artistic Work, any the orttyle. Frcderica St. , rtteten 0m37 3rd and 4th. C.Theo.Cain, THE ellaWt IW luui Bex tTnlUfl I waxt tTtrr men end wants Is the wklikr lnttreibd la lee Oplom sed to W,ua ff Addrti. on of botki Atluu, nione will befroolUr. on Ukie. Oe. ttnt 70a tree. dll-",,- '. 11. U. 3 gAyifcyArftjuiftmWj BSSS5SABBti.$75 Tfct ru tl RitlielM ivrrltotf MtfcWMk. WMhMnui ft lTMhM, tUM Unit; li ! Mm M K (km TM llk4Ml WMtlM 1 - IB. w. r. luimno-- .frc 'KnntraellhS.fttje,Ck(r eW'kbo vtrfkiif trU'rr 1 iUm o. Jt co., i I tfctll ekOTfal Ftfc Ik (!, lb WMhlMttM RfUM pllk4 iUhM, MltadhurltM , wtre. KMt4 Imkiif In Poor I' length, with the terminal part consls. ting of a flattened solid expansion. In the orang this appendage Is long and convoluted in linn It arises from the end of the short caecum and is commonly from four to five inches in length, being only about a third of on inch in diameter. Not only it is useless, but it is sometimes the cause of death; of which fact I have lately heard two instances. This is due to small, hard bodies, such as seeds, entering tke passage, nnd causing inflamation." So much for Darwin, whose knowledge of the cause of inflamation in "death trap" in those days was undoubtedly somewhat limited; for in the two cases he mentions, he attributes it to seeds or other foreign sub-stanc- I i ?icltiii Sit Si)ii means so much more titan you imagine serious and i fatal diseases result from! trifling ailments neglected. Don't play with Nature's greatest gilt health. Health h Etiij ad Sin. ON A A Stenographic CROWDED STREET. Record of What One Person Heard. If afflicted Willi MMip diseases, hair falling out, and premature baldness, do not use grease or alcoholic preparations, but apply Hall's Hair Renew-er- . IV ho Jinn XotOueT Buckle, buckle, bucklel The girl who hasn't a buckle on her hat, her gpwn or her slipper is an anomaly. Never before since the time Mother Geose sang her rhyme has the buckle? been so much in favor, says the New York Herald. Buckles for the hat come mostly in rhinestones or cut steel, in both round and square designs. When they sparkle among nodding feath- ures or nestle In the heart of a losette tueyre very effective. Next to these are the7Uuckles which ndorn the M ? X - "- Ctarlnes, The prevailing designs are in the scroll patterns, which are to much in vogue this season, Women of simple tastes are fond of the delicate tracery in gold or silver without any jewels. For those who wish something more elaborate, diamonds and pearls, diamonds and emeralds or just plain diamonds are added. One very pretty buckle Intended for a gorget had tiny diamonds, almost hidden by enameled leaves, so that they looked like tiny dewdrops that had escaped the rays of the sun. Another had the head of a sea horse embellished with gems. A specially handsome belt buckle was shown an old gold Romanesque design," with one Immense topaz surrounded by similar stones of the same kind. The dull color of the goldand the amber lightof the gems nude one think of the dark beauties of the East. Such buckles as that ought to become Other buckles family heirlooms. which are exceedingly artistic are of Russian enamel and silver, The buckle And clup for muff rib-- , I ss. J Locus County. Chunky makes oath that Frank he is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. Frank J. Cheney. An Ecyptlnn Cnrloalty. In July, 1 88 1, there were discoverSworn to before me and subscribed ed in the ancient city of Thebes, the in my presence, this 6th day of Demumies of Egypt's mightiest Pharacember, A. D. 1886. ohs, among them that of Rameses A.W GLEASON the Great. There were also found J seal 1 Notaty Public. seals, coens, statuettes, preserved Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken interfood, and a few rolls of papyrus, some of the latter being of great value, nally and acts direct on the blood and curiously bound together,and mildew mucous surfaces of the system. Send of ages upon them, as easily read as for testimonials, free. if written yesterday. A queer little F.J. Cheney &Co.,Toledo, O. "Sold by all Druggist, 75c 24 .it book entitled, "A Night with Ram eses 11," has been executed so cleverly, that the oxydized seal, suggestive 7I10 Problem for Democrat. The country has wonderful recuof mould, antique coloring, and partially decayed and rag gededged papy- perative powers. It is even able to rus carry at once to the mind the pos- stand two years of Democracy withsession of a veritable relic from the out losing more than about 30 per dawn of civilization. Mailed to any cent, of its business. The Congressaddress on receiptof 6 cents in stamps, ional blockheads who imagined that their free trade theories would introby J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Nass. duce the millenuium, having no eyes to open, fail to see that the prostration of industries and the prostration of revenues go hand in hand. The imports in the lastfour monts of 1892 before the old duties were disturbed were $273,000,000 nndiu the last four C b months of 1894 the inipotta were 211,000,000 in value, a decrease of The duties on about 22 X per cent. Imports in four months under the new tariff have been $49,000,000, and in the same months of 1892 were The Hatpin game. 1 The Treasury is in trouble It Cultivates Quickness of the Eva simply because the people are in and Discourages Street Attentions. trouble, and have not means to buy A gentleman who lives in a west as much as usual. They have not sldo funilly hotel has Invented n new means, because their wages have been tfumo to nmuso his wlfo mid at the reduced, Theirwageshavebeen reducsumo cultlvoto hot- powers of observation. It is not complicated and ed because employers had to face the enn bo played by anyone who posprobability of sharp competition with sesses a hat pin and Kood eyesight, foreign producers oa new terms. says an exchange. It pleases our Democratic friends In tho morning husband and wife ajrrco upon a certain block as the to assign other reasons by the score field of operations. For tho sake of for this tremendous change. But noconvenience it may said that thoy body is convinced and nobody deceivohooso the block on Twelfth street ed, They do not even cheat them-- , between D road way and Central and selves. . Even while they vociferate on tho south sldo thereof. When he in Congress that the tariff has made rocs to work ho takes ono of her hat uo difference, they personally know pins and sticks It Into the wood The average Democratic within arm's reach either better. member of Congress knows at little abovo or below tho waist lino and Into any available woodwork, such as it is convenient to know about as a door, post, a porch or a tele- things generally, but he had pounded into him by angry constituents graph pole. When she rocs down town shopand their votes last November some ping, or for any other womanly definite knowledge of the prostration reason, sho looks for it, nnd if sho of industries in his own district, and finds it sIkj claims a reward, which of its cause. He would consider himho pays In Kiun, rIovos or candy. To a vary tho monotony sho places tho self traitor to his patty it he Bhould pin and ho endeavors to find it for a in the House one word of what he has roward of cigars. Of courso thoy thus learned, but he knows what de-- . change thcr block from tlmo to timo, feated his party nevertheless. as thooyos soon becomo accustomed It would be treason to his paity.he toovory ovallablo Inch of wood In the thinks, to advocate any restoration block. of duties. Perfectly well he kuows. Now tho lady thinks it a very by this time, that thousands of his amusing and Interesting game, and uutll sho reads this will probably constituents arc getting less wages not havo discovered bow deop her than two years ago because ol the husband really is. Sno Is a protty great change in possibilities ot profits woman and thero aro many good for manufacture, but he is not going looklug and susccptlblo mon who 1 to cenfess any such truth. He knows uso Twelfth street on business aud that men who receive $9 per week.but pleasuro bent. Tho hat-pigame used to get $12, cannot buy as many so absorbs tho lady's attention when on tho street that she has no eyes things of foreign ordotnestlt producfor the mon and docs not see thalr tion as before. If the man were suffiadmiring glances. Sho goes along ciently unmuzzled to Withe straight so demurely and that truth, he would admit that 35,000,000 mon of gay demeanor get a chill. nine dollar earners cannot buy as Thero Is a "pointer" In this story for much ns 25,000,000 twelve dollar earmen generally nnd tho game Is ners, byfcj, 900,009,000 yearly. But he is to good a Democrat to tell tales J. tried in a multitude of cases in the Mississippi Valley and further cast, it has not come into general use cast of the Mississippi and rarely east of the Missouri. When red clover thrives well alfalfa is hardly to be recommended. Trial on a small scale may safely be advised, but there is too little probability of marked success to justify trial on a large scale at first. Breeder's Gazette. STAri? OP OlIIO.ClTVOFToUirjO, ) Republican and the Louisville Subscribe for The Weekly omraercial oth one year for $1.25 per year. - any-who- ro If tho ktnotoviope, that latest wonder of science, could but record for one single mlnuto a faithful picture of the corner of State and Madison streets at four o'clock any sunshiny afternoon, what a wonderful panorama wo could stretch before us, and how wo should love to dissect it, face by face. In tho quiet of our homes, free from .tho bustle nnd nolso nnd tho countless distractions which aro tho Inevitable accompaniments of a crowd on tho street. But the kinutoscopo has not gone as far ns this yet. A young lady, however, handed mo tho other evening something that is almost as good as 0 picture in its way. It was the verbatim transcript of a five minutes' dialogue, snatched from tho crowd as she hurried homeward. An expert stenographer, sho Jottod down each sentence or exclamation as it reached her ear, broken or disjointed as it might be. Tho rosult is amusing. Here it is: "Told him he was going too for, and ho drew in his horns qulto a bit, 1 can tell you. Tho soup was cold and the fish reminded mo of & sldo of sole leather. Perhaps If you did you'd nevor got paid for It. I should send them c. o.d. You little wretch, I'll whip you good when I got you home. Lavender, sweet lavender. How much a packoge? It's good for linen five cents nqt by a Jugful. Lend me two Haven't got a cent withme, my dear fellow. How's tho folks7 That's another fish story, but he's always telling them. I shouldn't put any stock Does my white skirt show behind? Evening paper, Nowsmallanspatch, evenln' journalflvo o'clock 'dltlon bloody murder on tho west side. Let that car go. It's full. We'll take another. Excuse me. Great heavens, how those peoplo shove, no moro manners . How do, old man? Up nt Belle's tho other night and had a douce of a tlmo. Is your cigar out? All tho latest songs for a nickel Daisy Bell went to tho Fatal Wed-din- g After tho Ball because hor papa wouldn't buy her a bowwow. Was a bear on wheat and held Reading protty strong considering tho reports. Got mo n cab, Georglo. Told him if he didn't pay up by Thursday I'd suo him, by Gad, sir. Got any tobacco? Kept pinching him all the while, but he didn't tumble. What a hullabaloo ho raado about having a tooth out,, why sheo . It was cither at Field's or Goss ninety-seve- n cents a yard. Threatened to turn hor out of doors If sho over spoko to him ngain. Put up twenty on Captain and the beggar lost by a neck. That's a pretty woman; red hair Is what I most admlro; but say Just a lovely sermon, but far too long. Said that his mother-in-lahod discovered It nnd ho was likely to havo a bad tlmo." Chicago Dispatch. Smuggler's Device. Several years ago I was an Inspector of customs, aud during my term of ofUco I ran across some rather unique devices arranged for the purpose of gottlng contraband goods into this country duty freo. Ono day I npprohonded a woman who had just arrived on a steamer from Europo, suspecting that sho had somo iraugglcd tobacco Iff her possession. Upon examining her dress soventccn pounds of tobacco woro found concealed under It. But tho most remarkable of tho expedients which she had resorted to for tho purpose of deceiving the oustom house officers was that of giving to the contraband leaf tho resemblance of a loaf of bread. A quantity of out tobacco had been placed Into a tin, over which a thin layer of dough was spread, and this being baked, had tho appearance of a rentable and edible lonf. Tho quantity of tobacco which tho woman had con trlved to secrete in this nnd other modes amounted to ovor soventy pounds. St. Louis A t, O"01d Pictures Copied and Enlarged A SPECIALTY. 108 Main Street, gum OWENSBOJIO, KY 5ff ft" MOST IN QUANTITY. ::Browirs Ifyeeirtfttllnr oil of Kttl.WMk tud ftnmllr hikiltd, ncrfofli, I htvo no apptlt mnm nni wor, begin J tt onrtlik-tngihtrao- Iron ; BESTINQUALr Bitters ( DyapepaU, 1 medlclne.wklehtt Iiown'i Iron Bit lert. A few bot. Ilet cute benetl rone fron Ihe verjr Arte doee tl wm't ttmm er iitix. and l('a pleaaul 10 lake. ble tireogthenlng relia- It Cures Trouble, Kidney and Liver Bad Wood Nervou allmente A i J lodging there, but the physician and surgeon of with a much wider range of observation, holds different views. A surgeon of this city, who has had an extensive practice la this line, informs me that he had had but two or three cases where he felt positively assured, that a foreign substance caused the trouble. In one case he founed a small peanut shuck; in the other a piece about the size of a small pea of what appeared to be charcoal. This patient, a lady, had been for more than a yeartakiag a prepared of charcoal fordyspesia. The doctor often finds small, hard concretions of faecal matter, which might tend to produce inflamation. But he has seldom found any lodgment ol a foreign substance in the "death trap." Toledo Blade. WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE! YEARS Mrs lod all WORM Romodlos. VHY BOTTLE GUARANTEED.1 1 tf Neuralgia, Constipation, Malaria, f".t etnlw FOR 20 iff w f line oti tnOnvrrippcr ofAll othtrittamptsb--I rtceh.1 it nut ft ivok, Women's complaint. f han eFanlnf I ttak rmA BALTIMORE, sold 11 v at.t. nucooirr. &., rnunnwii niofrm er. f wi'I fair ii-i- J let of Tun Dm utile. I Vor!4'i Vlw and book (ft t. M0, tarn. BROWN CHCMICALCO WaVtaeAyktkayt1iefttkieAeyeaiJ a letMeGive UU gSr 1 rv & 3 B 'ointer A-Ma- n a -" AN A ANCIENT AMULET. I Ring Unearthed Thought to Belong to the Fifteenth Century. An interesting bit ot treasure trove has been unearthed nt Hack; ney. Whllo some laborers wcro digging in a plot of land in Daubcnoy road, Hackney, one of them turned up with his pick a glittering ring, which ho took to n pawnbroker's in Chats worth road, for the purpose of converting it into honest coin of tho realm.. The assistant saw that It was an nrtlclo of great value, and sent for n constablo, to whom tho laborer told tho story of how ho found it. As his narratlvo was found to be truo in every detail, nothing more was snid to him, but the ring was retained; und In order to ascertain its historical value tho artlclo wan submitted to Mr. Heed, assistant curator of tho British museum, who, having carefully examined It, thought it was probably ono of tho sixteen rings which Sir 'Edward Shaw, goldsmith and alderman ot tho city of London, direotcd in his will, In 1487, to be mode as amulots, or charms against diseases chiefly cramp. Mr. Reed added that tho ring was similar In almost every respect to a, much larger ono In the musoum, which was discovered nt Coventry in 1802. Tho figures on thooutsldo represented "The Crucifixion, tho Virgin nnd Child," nnd (probably) "St. Jphn." An inscription, also on tho outsldo, runs: "Tho Well of Pity, the Well of Morcy.the Well bt Comfort, tho Well of Grace, and tbo Well of Everlast- jf JL 1 J vJ. vf 'mP I Ti1' IS Feels DmmH LLESS ED Well Drksfd W jm 7 a VvyTiCvr' - LEAVE YOUR MEASURE J CARSON & CO. m I I.J I Garments WITH "Bh I'lattlme. mperfcr." Bamplt DNC0NA6& Well Fitting aadet0 order AKERCi TY BAKING POWDER i ij Allegro. , 'l , , ("QUiKMiCiTr IUKtuarowrina" la of all we're found tho btet: Clalma a place above IhoreaU AbaoluwIpureauduAolfanu, ((Jmltl Of your Orocereo-- y dnjj fWltbtentiennlea cetaaam-nl- a , . . . (OmO.) lie your pcsnlea will r pay I II II u not sat I Hon- - eat a Failure there will ncTcr be : all anf- , . Tboea who tue Q, C IV I' . 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