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CAndf.i.oj l. attorneys ggt as IRlxi, BD.(fi6 i.M i jjgaw r' naoplat. No harmful drug ti by ntiyilrlans aM ovir 10UO motlwrt, bolJbyallilMlcri. 20c. AnsOOe BOTTUS. win. br nnk rrM. P.W FLOYD A CO., .;i'V fs- -i -- xr-. OFFICIAL "tIT P ' .' If ORGAN Of THE PARTV , Tittr CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, , ipfcddMfcyqtw L . ..' . i ay ' and IN .HE FOURTH i.. vnanoogno, sr. '"" - onti - Will practlco in nil courts of Ohio' adjoining counties, Huperiof Court and Court of Appeals. Collections and all legal business attend cd to. Oflice 329 E. Market Sti ' 2Can.tva.Uc3r. VOL. VIII. . HARTFORD, KY., FRIDA .... DECEMBER 27, 1895. fa.. Highest of all in Leavening Power. . sto;22l I ar --W7- :"-- ". LT iVF-a-a- if Jrfl Kv9l WR- - jyKA OH iWIENT'. TRfATED , MAI L ran IV I AOoacU WITH fit SrantJ fPLK DUCED n Ma.JSf... .a XhitsrzMs- - ... Latest U.S. Gov't Report ULw.naNYDiui mixs rrruwj inuiRi ohoumm THE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE Write to T. b. (Jemcsr, Drawer ISO, Chicago, Brc-tary of Ida Bixa Accidkht CoMrAHY, for Information ' MBBSF1 ncraberaalp fee. Itaa paid over tOUO.009 accidental Injuries. Do your own Agent. KO 1UJDICAX, EXAMINATION regarding- - Accident tniur-ac- t. Mention tlil paper. By to doing you ran save 00 loi aiai& f aesaw ni w .rm jh$X' to r--- - A&&ummM ?- Powder lWlSIMWWMWWIWIIiltMi Baking; UWMUj OWENSBORO, KY. Will practice Ids nrofcesion in Davteri and adjoining counties. SpccIriiUnt tcntion given to collections. JDffioo, Bank of Commerce Building. spK? Jna.N. Ulenil, J.N. It. VfeU'ding; LA WYE xjvw&b, 3-- C I LAWYERS, ' HAtlTFOKD, KY. (Offlce,orrr Anderson's Bataar.) 1 GLENN &WEDDING.Y County cinuurr Hon. AV. Direct dry. court. Owens-lion- T. Owen, Judge Itovvo, Will Practice their nrnfesslnn in nh thocourts of Ohio and adjoining conn-- I ties, and court of Appeals. Special fattontion given collections. Also ). p Notary Publio for Ohio county. RKQUIIlBtt lion. OwHiit-bo'o- . J. Edwin Attorney Tamos ... SxnltH, Tiio Lexington (mCORPORATtO. J. W. Olack. Jailor -- Hartford. G. J I. Likens, Clerk Hartford. JJ. D. ltingo, ..Master Commissioner piHY V !' J IT LAW liiMTifflllllW "r!4.' their hosiery in tho north foom, and them that you hate reason to belletu that they mny bco Pnnta Claus If they sit up and keep perfectly still; at tho proper tlmo I'll ascend the roof and slldo down tho chimneys It Is just largo enough for tho purtiosc. And I guess that's nil." During tho balance of tho evening, until nine o'clock, there was a great dcnl of ncthe preparation In progress in the Bell mansion; tho north room was tidied, and a of chairs placed for tho expected guests, who began to arrive at tho stipulated time. Mr. Bell was In a flno frensy of excitement; he declared to his wife, fn a whisper, that lie felt like a boy again, and she replied that she was ten years joungcr than she was before ho un folded scheme. By half-panine all tho guests, large nnd small, were in tholrrrtaces; Mr.Modn,nyouug man who had been studying law for ten years, and who hoped soon to bo admitted to the bar. Sat next to Miss Hose, upon whoso hand ho hod serious designs, and Ills efforts to appear at enso vore amusing and instructive; Mr. Brewster, who was small and timid looking, nestled beside his wife, who was massive and had ft. baas voice; silence brooded over tho throng until Mr. Bell, who watt given to bpceches, wont into another attitude, and said: "Children, I have heard that you don't believe thero is a Santa Claus? You have formed the unworthy idea that your parents and friends fill your stockings on Christmas eve, and that good old Santa Is a myth. Now, I hnvo hero n letter from Santa. (Great excitement among tho chil dren.) 'And ho snys that he will arrive here nt ton o'clock, coming down the chimney which you see before you. I must leave you for awhile, as I must keep watch outside; but you must all bo quiet and keep your scats, or Banta Clous may become angry, and refuse to scmt-clrclo st tn ffr2P 5 man, "I can get him out or that tn live minutes; it rests with you whether I r.?u&i'ixi' 1 2. m orii.m ior INDIVIDUAL I'UACTIOAI. INKTIICC TION in all rtro.rtm.al. Ha claaa nark. TS.ooo.oo onr Collnr. I. a. nonar rrranitart rr'.nl.J, or UuaraaM tbat fnrnLhad NKMT IILIl.lllXU.owDM, .rort.d aad Elomnl by o. to met tba molramfot. or our practical intern, of In.lructloa. rmrniar llmt, Urrlrla Llgbt, lValrr. parfort v.nlllatloa Tb. laraMt and molt yrrttclty oqolppod llMalnooa (OolloaroDulIollnaT iimhhi uiHiiraioa uaiaiof oa irra, Aaorrca C C. CAX.1IOVK. rrinclpal, Lalis(lon. Sty. Tm I'rarllM from Ifond to naun Mo T.lt Hook no CwpjImv. .Ian n .iptrl.DC. aa Prtrant 1; dun practical of Ilaaluro bock ar r and .ltwrt .pronnlint lllfljlim-WAtv..a liviun mw to "Alo.rlrao .n- LU3IIIIAN rXfniT10.N ol Htiorlhaail," l.ojhl In tbl. Uillci., and liiad cl lllfhaat (an l:alorararBt to tbafrom tba tbl. la. rtport.r), aatbora ;riDnl f Tar.l!i.'niiitv" h.n..M... HjAand . ll-t. Trala Iiiptch.ra I iMJIna rallrar frarh rooiraalM. Tb Only Krliool la lh JMUWI7 KM-I'- nuujuissuu) uv laa.nl.. .hM. ..UrlM ... ...... lhx.Aiidor dallara rr aanvm bumlrrdaot UOOK.KKEriNU Loibt kr Artnal tlnai THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH 0mmclr4 Uit lit ftal4 A 0IW 1 ITIihMt OITUIsl KinlorarmcnC-niPL- O. ! or n ol tb. Ifem. Bon.lih n.l th. CrHMnilcil lUBItt. Uollrc Hi arm cl inecradl uortrnr tit Ik J -- NBI ...i.vF.i.iioi tbaWn.ntollla.tud.nl." Ftn 8 1. -- All the air with lovoli laden, Where the Yule logs Blow and flame. Hopeful youth and truatful maiden Softly ahant the JUater'a namo. Now, If there be any teft once. Hid their tearful oyeu be dried. Now, If there be thouRhtleas clad onea, lie that gtadneaa purified; For the bell of peaoe are ringing, . ChlmlnK anthems of the free. Earth and Heaven loin In singing Of the Blorlee yet to be. Seek the boughs, so green and fragrant. the waxen tapers dance. Here Is hope for prince, for vagrant, Christ of every circumstance! File the leaping fagots higher. d Let the chimneys roar. Clash the cymbals, tnangtholyre. Angels wa)t at every door. Bof t the Day of Peace is breaking; Oladdest day of all the year; And sweet rienly, wanto'crtaklng. Spreads a, feast of love and cheer. I.'V'ERYOOUY cnoWDEU AUOCT II n. DELL. pro-lios- j I m&VkrtfMffl J jWrnMlllhf, and lay fee lor uroucullac iho .Miniim trill tint h th Imaioa.1fur (iuioit," ?lt'tntlnictrf, finl eallnl All nnlll con. Uimn- - ruU intmu.iloa f t'oumcnl. (allui. routliltrtd aa Mrlctlj leallJcatlsl. Jd ojndf iVctch or Kxnph of lav.anon. mh 'Ztfi?1 "l""'ol todaai.ilalmad. KTArlmrtlU ntmlo for itHoplulnn ail. a (..TMU.uJTrxS M.iki oht.lMd tllpaitnt VuiUwia cooducit (Xr JMinr.ll'IK My FM. . ice in lU miaoili l u ianr vl II a I'ai.m . fie; I nl i .J (.clinic, lor Htunnf pl.nu jr. un.urpa led lmw ,j w V FRANKLIN SC btro.iU WA .aa .lll.TU X'JI. o?i. H. HOUGH lp. ' V 'ilrti-t-TA. ," Ktin&LldUC. Sjf1fiH W I. C. .!..Ml,Addra.s box and oao I wirr erarr roao and woman In the Jnllod and Whukr lut.i lutorailed la tlie Opmm on these kiblta to hare one ol boon 11. NOTICE. wUl b dl: mi II. Uooll.7, Atlanta, tin, i.di joo Iran. DENTIST. Is propared to it? all kimln . DnnUl work at reaaonilile prion Office over J. V. Ford ft CoV Feed Store. WANTED 8T0CK. or SEED ALESftlEN or two GOOD to take ordurt MENin ruoli county foraCHOIOE lino of NURtiEUY TOTATOEtt Stock and Seed guaranteed. Wo give vim steady eniployniont with GOOD pay. Itwitlcoat cu nothing to jjivo It a trial. Stato wlieu writ ing which you prefer tosell, Addrpss, to No. 0 G.mo HWKS NURSERY CO.. , . ItocniaTEit, N Y. trustwortliv or lad"? to travel in Kentucky for established, reliable lioufe. Salary 8750 ami expenses Steady position. Encloso retcrence and solKiiddresscd stamped enveloved The Dominion Company,Third Floor, Omaha Bldg., Chipno. lMCl WANTED: Several SIM! CUrapraliP, Ohio .LNollllluraleru It. It. She Best Une betVy-eeANli n Louisville Memphis. jAlso from and to "Wo are always acquiring Information," interrupted Mrs. Bell. "Hose," continued Mr. Hell, serenely, turning to the younger lady, "as a rchooMcnchcr you must have studied jmenllo human nature, and you must have been shocked by the fact that children cense to bcllcio in the gorxl old stories of Santa Clans and his reindeer almost as soon us they arc able to walk; in fnct, 1 hao heard you comment upon this sad truth. What is Christmas to a child, if the chllddocsn't believe in Santu Cluus? Where are nil tho romance nnd mctry of tho oc- slon? My own Children are skeptical when 1 tell them tho charming legend of Kris Krlhglo; 1 hnvo undertaken tp convince them thut thero is a Banta Clans; 1 have decided to let them bcu Santa Glaus in perbon." , This announcumentnaturally pleased the ladles; und their excitement was quite intenso when Mr. Hell produced a bundle from the closet and opened it, producing n lot of ancient furs and a bearskin Tint Hint hml probably been used by n drum major of tho town hand; to please the ladles ho donned his costume at once, and they voted him a perfect Santa Claus, as he certainly was. "Now," ho said, when ho had resumed his ordinary rnlmcnt, "1 don't think it quite fair to rcscrvo this entertainment for our own children oxcluslvly, so I hove, Invited a few good little boys and girls of tho neighborhood; and Mr. und Mrs. Brewster wllj bo here, and young Mr. Moon) I hara let them Into the so-v !. sources" home by arriving v ith a parcel of hugo dlmeuslons. Ho made Huro that none of the children uere about the houbo before he entered und. uhen hn hail rrosscd the threshold ho Immediately concealed the mysterious bundle in u closet aud locked the door upon It. Mrs. Bell at once demanded an explanation, mid Iter niece. Miss Hobo May ne, seconded tiio demand Btronjrly ; tliereupon Mr. Hell struck tho nttltuda' popular with candidates when they say "My and said: "Ladles, I am but human, singular an tho statement may eecm; but I am nevertheless a being of ideas and re- On the evening before Christmas, In the year of grace 1894, Mr. Itufua Cell created n mild sensation at his ' I , Ten o'clock wns announced by the tall clock in the adjoining room, and tho mellow chimes of tbat ancient timepiece had scarcely died away before tho children heard other sounds. Up over head there was a violent scratching and tearing, as though a poorly shod reindeer was trying to climb tho roof, and they distinctly heard the silvery tinkling of bells, and some of them believed that they could make out the grinding of the sleigh runners on the shingles. It was a moment of awful excitement; Johnnie Bell, who had never quailed in danger's stormy hour, did not try to conceal the cold perspiration that stood on his forehead; Amelia Qrimm, whoso enter." shall do it or not. The last time I to you, you refuted me, ns usual, if j ou'll proinsc to marry mo, I'll rescue our uncle; If you won't, I leave this town forever nnd your undo in the ohlmhey. His kicks are growing feeble and labored; I don't think he can last more than thrco minutes." Tho young lady levell a glance of rcorn at him that should have withered him, but he stood firm. IIe,felt that his whole future was at stake, and reflected thai-nil'fair In love nnd war. Thero was a stern, cold silence for a minute or two. Mcanwhllo the vibrations ot Santa's legs became desultory mid spasmodic, and his muffled groans betokened extreme exhaustion. "Wretohf" cried the young lady, at last, "rescuomy unclel You shall hare the reward you ask." Tho wretch bowed with noble grace und a moment Inter Wns on the roof, with a rope in his hand; ho let the rope down tho chimney, mid called to Santa Claus to grnsp it nnd hang on. Santa did so, nnd tolled upward while Mr. Moon pulled; after J5 minutes of distressing w ork, Santa emerged from the chimney, a poor, battered effigy of himself. Mr. Moon assisted him to the ground nnd into tho house, where the children and tho other guests crowded ubout him and laughed; for children always will laugh vvl;en they ought to s vv eep. You wiiH.ll tin oh I Id re n tnhnne Cincinnati V and Evansvlllo, TEast, South or Wost an Agent Until you have consulted of the 0. 0. & S. W. R. R. PIERCE ssiBSmai a You l'roscrlntloiL (atloi can't bo anything iso but nervous aiul spiritless, as long us you suirer from any womanly Ills, Tho "1'rescrlp- uon" relieves every such condition. It builds up your general boaltb, too, better thou any ordinary tonio rrK A btrong nerves, bodily comfort those come to a woman, with tho uso of Dr. a uaiiT iirAut, l'lorco's Favorite ?.:.? CURE. LIMITED TBAIN3, PULLMAN nUl'FKT SLREWinS, JlODltRNEQPH'MKNT John Echols, T. I). Lynch. Gen. Pass.Agt Gen. Mgr. LOUISVir,LR. KY. by reetorlnt the natural funo- can dor-an- d, uons, ii unugs uock siUth and'ttrcngth. St. JUaUhauv, Oranpeburvh Co., 8. 0. Db. R. V. Vn.ncKi JJear Sir- - For four raontbs my wife tried your "Favorite and I am able to say that It has done ill that It oliihna to do. She can always pralae tula medicine for all womb troubles, Yours truly, A TEIlPEd SANTA CLAUS. courage was generally unswerving nnd uncompromising, tried to stifle a shriek, and only hulf succeeded. After tho roof had been successfully ascended, they heard a great noise by the rhimuuy, as though Santa had just flighted, und then thoy heard him descend tho Interior of tho chimney; lower and low or he came, until finally his legs wero in the room, and they kicked in nvcry human nnd prosnlo way. After they had kicked for nw hile, and no more ot the visitor's body appeared, it began to dawn upon everybody that Santa was in diflloulties. Tho children and the older v Isitors sat staring at the legs for a few minutes, and then Mr. Moon, who was n man for an emergency, gallantly rushed to tho rescue. ' Ho seized Hanta's ankles and pulled with all tho force of a pjilr of gymnasium-educatearms, but ho didn't seem to make any headway, for Sautu veiled in n voice that sounded llko a doleful cry from tho tomb that ho was being wedged in tighter than ever, nnd ho implored tho company to do comothlngforhlsreliof. The ciders held a eounoil of vvur. Mr. Brewster mildly suggested that it would bo a good plan to bend in ti flro alarm, but his wife crushed him with a look, and said that tho only way she saw was to take the bricks out of tho chimney l and sho added i "This comes of a man trying to act the fool vvjion he ought to ho thinking of the vyorld to come." Santa groaned and Meanwhile shrieked in a fearful manner in the chimney, and protested that it he wasn't soon released ho would be n, corpse. Mrs. Hell vvor fainting comfortably In her armchair and most of the children had vanished,;' It was then that Miss Itose approached jit r. Moon, w ringing her hands und vyedplng beautifully. "Mr. Moon," she cried, "you see the Bufferings of my uncle, nnd you stand hero Idle. Can you not rescua him?" "ills Itose." snid the Intrepid voung d 'il!Lfr- - chair he was too weak forfln attitude nnd suld: "Children, If you tell about thisaround town, I'll have vou all arrested nnd scut to tho penitentiary for life. And you, Johnnie, for that titter I'll mnke you saw a cord of green wood. I vv ant ) on nil to go homo and tell your parents that Rantn Claus Is the biggest hoax of the JUth century and I'll guarantee every word you nay." By careful nursing Mr. Bell was restored to his normal health'in a few days, and his first net wns to hnvo the old chimney tnhen down. Ono dny In March Mr. Moon bride to the altar; hq held hlihcad high J uiiu ins eye sjurKicu. Alter tno ceremony there was a dinner at Mr. Bell's residence, nnd Mr. Bell himself was radiant wlh good humor and hospitality. He called the voting couple mlde, nnd Indulged In an attitude nnd n speech! "My beloved ones," he begnn."tho morning of llfo opens radiant to you, Minllght glimmers upon the waters, there ore bluo skies o crliend, nnd cr the robin tvdbrcasta are twittering on the boughs. But dark days of tempest und storm may come; rolling waves may threaten your bark, nnd then remember that I f you need n helping hand, yqvt mny cull upon Hufus Bell." Mr. Moon looked dreamily out of the led-his 'When Mr. Bell was recovered sufficiently, ho leaned ngulnst the bnck of a vv I asked. "A hundred of them, my dear boy." "Well, I seo It's snowing, mid there's enough on' tho gjouiid to make sleighing. Will you lend us your reindeer und sled for awhile?" 8nU ivitui' Storhlnjrs. Buld Santa Claus on Christmas eve. In Jolly, good, fat glee: "To judgeby all these stockings here. They've turned the liosa on me." indovv. "Mny I nsk n fnvoj of you now?" he Sutherland's Eagle Kye Salve is hew and otigionl In style ot package and medicinal qualities. It U not on. ly a cure for nil kinds of sore eyes but is guaranteed to give satisfaction ns an ointment for old sores, piles, etc. Z. Wayne Griffin & Brer. Photographer Taylor will make pictures in Hartford every Monday and in McHcnry on Tuesdary's. tf 8-- Samuel Keoryn Hartford hiiuare. heart ut the mention of this now -jItobert", 1 'ordsville; , Thus. II. j M. L. IlKAVRIK. Juu SlIULBY TAYLdR. universal holiday! Butitistobefearedl that the v nst majority of those who ob- Uislinp, Ccntorlnvm; S. T. Slovens," HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, serve it havo no true conception of iUi Crnmvvell, i meaning. Bvcn many of those whose Court couvenes first Monday in idea of It Is that It Is n time to bestow, March rind August and continues three nnd receive gifts do not fully compreHARTFORD, KY. hend what is meant by tills hallowed; weeks, nnd third ilouday In Slay and nnd common Will practico thier profession in all November two fvecks. not only cemmeraoratesi tho Courts ot Ohio and adjoining COUNTV COURT. tho birth of Christ, who gave Ills life asi counties, and in the Court ot Apu ransom for n sinful world, but typifies, Special attention given to John P. Morton, Judge Hartford". peals. t'io ineffable gift of Ood, who "so loved collections. Offico, next door to D. M. Hockcr, Clerk Har'tfprd. tho world that lie gave His only bei Bank of Hartford. ' Attoiney-Ha'rtfor- d. gotten Son, that whosoever bcllertthini E. P. Neal, Tfim should not perlshbutlinveeverlast-in- g ' Court convenes . first Monday in Perry Westerfield, , . life." l'aul tells us that puliation,, "is tho gift of Ood," from whom, uI each month. Jiiines snys, is "every good and perfect! QUARTERLY COURT. gift." Paul nlso declares In writing toi Beaveb Dam, Ky. Begins on the third Monday in thu l'phesians that vvhcli Christ ascend-- i rd upon hlffh He "led captivity cafcthei January. April, July and October, R. K. WEDDING ' ' n.iU gave glftti unto men." What are some of these gifts vvhiehi nro thus typified nnd intended to bei Convenes first Monday in Jnanafy, commemorated by the Custom of glft-- i and Tuesday Hartford, Ky. after tho fourtli Monday giving in Christmas-tide- ? "Pcaco on, Will practice his profession in all October. vv ill to men," is tho boon earth, good iti in the courts ot.Obio and adjoining brings to mankind ns a whole. OTHER COUNTY OFFIOEItS. counties. Also Notary Public. The coming of Christ was thcmanli Offlco, iu Commercial Hotel. G. S. Fitzkugh, Surveyor Sulpluir testation df (Soil to men. There Is riri full revelation of God anywhere save in' Springs. ', His incarnated Son. He Is tho fullness, EC. N. 0. Daniel, Assessor CromwelL bodily. Christ wns.thii of tho Z. H. S,hultz, School Supt. Hartideal man, called by eminence "the Son' ot Man." In Illm we mark the fulfill- -' ford. mentof all human capabilities. By Himi L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur is reconciliation of sinful mnu and env Springs. Hartford, Ky. offended 'God. Faith in Christ crucified tho gift of infinity to man is tho' practice his profeseion in all Mrs. Mizolla Tanner, Toorhouse secret of salvation from the conse- Keeper, Hartford. courts of Ohio and adjoining quences of sin. The gift of everlasting! wunties ana Court of Appeals. 'Spec- COURTS.' lifcis to Iks had for the tajtlng. JUSTlpEd isa attention given to collections, Christmas, as a commemoration of tho Oflice next door below Commeri For.DsviLLn. J. A. Bowling birth of Christ, without reference to His ' sacrificial atonement, would bo mean-- , Barrett's Ferry, March 1G, Jnno 15, cisl Hotel. lnglcss. True, Ho taught grand lessons' Septomber 14. December I4. of lovo and duty, and of BuroiiU. Ben F. Graves March for tho good of others, but the xubllnin 30, Juno 29, September 28, Dececlimax of all these teachings was His mber. sufferings and death on the cross on acHartt'Ohd. A'S, HARTFORD, KY. -count of tho sins ot mankind. This has Juno'l, September AullH larch 2, 2, December 2. been aptly called tho tragedy of tho Will practico his profession, in tho IIosine. Cr L. Woodward world n tragedy in vv hlch every human March 13, Juno 13, Septomber 13, courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. toul lias an Interest, because It provides Careful attention given to all business for human wants a balm in Oilcad, a December 13. Cromwell, Jont B. "Wilson-Ma- rch entrusted to him, Offico" in Repufountain for unclerjnness, redemption 9,' Juuo 8, September 7, De- blican Building. from sin, nnd a joy forever. These personal and spiritual gifts are cember 7. "O. 2&m B.A.IRasnE'X'l?, not the only advantages that have been conferred upon mankind by tho coming AT of Him whoso birth is celebrated at j HARTFORD, KY; Christmas. The world as a whole has Will practice his profession in all th had an uplift In direct ratio as the lessons ot His life and death have bcjn recourts of Ohio and adjoining counties. k vealed to it. Genuine aud helpful civDQYOtla. -- -Careful attention will bo given to al . WANT ilisation wnltoon Christianity. business entrusted to his care. Col .Vfi1 The sign of the triple cross is not, as Situation? n4v?-dv;- v Offico with the lections a specialty. -Ingcrsoll in his book makes it, tho ems county Attorney. Also Notary Public blem of sucrstltlQn, hato and cruelty, w hich he'transposcs to telegraph poles labeled "for the uso of man," hut the (County Attorney) y'aearaiaMTiDTbv cross,. typifying Christianity, evcrnre-rede- s Baawtey 'enlightenment. Invention ana all fr.f. smitb, far is Tiara rrlacl.nl of taa that tends to human progress and hu COMMERCIAL COLLEGEOF KY. UNIVERSITY" Aardl Jrfnfe. by War IT ErrcHlion man uapplness. Tho later cartoon, HARTFORD, urnTswiiivi uoaianvrpinrana turner! Obit to complete tho Christian church as iv MuIne hduwatlan. m hhout Will practice his profession iu (ho Inrlirline tuition, touk YwarhAmovabl I woman carrying tho cross nnd tho unrl board aTTnuluatei lO.llil Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn-tie- s. bright light of Christian truth.and thus Tfl earn PUT tuahtim AffieUli, nermifnlVneatlcn. nk iu4 No Special attention given to colNOW., Kentucky Ualrcrsltf KTBat,.r (trad a ate.. HOT AuUtamti iDirlom. imictratfng tho dark recesses of Ignoaviirdevi r lections. Oflice in Courthouse. '"""'"-- i rance, tyranny and superstition which nnviiOM orrfavr tKat vohUut may rtaa thii QoUfff In ' uro dlsiicllod before her, while tho em K ILBUR R. SMITH, LKXIHCTON. KV. blems ot elv illzatlon, the railroad train, JNO. B. WILSON, ' tho telcgr.tph, tho church, the school-hous- e Of unusual interest to every teade x nnd the busy city follow her; this cartoon, 1 Bay, tells n'truthtul ol this paper, is the nnnouncetnen HARITORDOTKY,' story of human progress. The most made elsewhere In this Issue, by Tb, e given to'col" progressive, roost enlightened, intelliSPGIAL attentionabstracts,' &c, making St Louis unques gent and strongest nations of 8o vToury Publio lor Ohio County. with tho most ot happiness among tionably the greatert of American, Office North sidj of public spure. their people, ore the Christian nations. newspapers. The nmil subscription Mr. Gladstone, statesman 3 price ot The Daily and Sunday of this or any other age, lately said: is reduced at one blow, "Talk nliout tho questions of tho day; thero Is but one question, nnd that Is from Twelve to Six Dollars a year, the gospel. It can and will correct placing it within the reach ol nil who everything needing correction. All destte to read onv dailvp-ipeiduring men at tho head ot great movements thecotunung ureat Nattonut Camlire Christian men. During tho many yearn I wns In thecabinctlwasbvouifht paign. The Weekly Into association with CO master minds, remains nt one dollar a year, but is and all but five of them were Chris-linny Issued In, Sections or My only hopo for tho world Is eight pages each, making It paictlcal-l- y in bringing the human mind into con-tna large semweekly jvoper. This with divine tcvclatlon." How Imissue i3 just the thing (or the farmer. . portant, then, isitthntlncommemorat-inChristmas we should have a true merchants or piofessi-jmman 'who-whHARTFORD, KENTUCRY. conception of what It means! has not the tlmo to read a daily Is prepared to do any and all kinds Tim uuuiiMsrt's inm.nu) paper but wishes tc keep promptly of Dental Operations. Prices mst andt thoroughly poi, ted. It is made Office over Williams &: reasonable. upjwith especial reference '.'otht wants Bell's Drug Store. ot every member o( the Jaraily, not; Vitalized air or laughing air adonly giving all the new, but ulso'o. ministered for painless extraction of great variety ot Interesting ami ineotlr stinctive reudinir matter ot all kinds. ' Write lor lree Sample Coplen to GlobeV lyumorloart Stodm Laundry V.Q., at. .Louu, $10. Miould swell up In every human s well-nigh What profound emotions of gratitude nAiiTronn, ky. ' ' llnrtlmd, Will practice his profession tn Ohio O. 1J Likens, Trustee Jury Fund and adjoining counties, nnd court of Hurton). Appeals. Special attention given Cal 1. KeftwuShsriir-Hartfo- rd. Offico east tide of puHd collections. f attorneys at Law custom-Christma- s , Attorney at Law. - , " Attorney at Law, -i (od-hea- d W. BARNES jmonr it WILL A Kttorney at Law, Jo. B.ROGERS, -- 3? Pitcher's Castorla. -- Children Cry for Tite JiflSV AlTORNEY LAW, JEjte oa. t. '.. .3 aa av :e3. 3e. PcjEslaXj. li Attorney &tJC&jtf K.,1 V I jri-- r s f i i Aitorneyi6aMK,aw Qlobe-Denocr- nt, Globe-Democr- at J. R. PBRTLE s Globe-Ijetnocr- s. Serai-Weekl- g DENTIST flfeK A 19-0- meIITal f a PniNCETON, Ky . POISON Good Old Granny Metcall, 86 years old. living at 618 Monroe street. Ky.. sajs that Dr. Hell's Pine Tar Honey is the best grip cure, cnueh, lung nnd bronchial remedy that has been offered to the people during her life Guaranteed by. Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. II you have a few idle each week. nu can put fn verv profitab'i hy wrltinqr inrn jour locality to Tllic AN- - la the resnlt of the usual trvalmknl of blood 'Uapruers. The ayateni la lllkd, with kUrrurj and rplath reninlloa more to U, Urradeil tlian lUa dlaoaao-a- ud Iu a abort while; is tn a. far woraq coudltlon Uiau before, the coinnua rwclt Is Docs the finest work of any laundry in Kentucky, The Goods work is all guaranteed. are not torn up, but are return" cd in good condition. Laundry SUippod on Monday roturnodon Friday. aBSave your Habtford, Kv. vrork for me. moments the time the news KeronLic "Help, popl Old Crlssmus dinner's me!" Judge. Soniettilns for the llor. Oflice Boy Are you going to give me anything for Christmas? Ilosv-- 0. yes; a few erranou to Free. Press. . Time tnav come And time inivy go. But that subscription Vou owe Goes on gtowlng fotever. RHEUMATISM tnttlMHill afford relief u ,roaJI TiL???,'? (rom vcre attack 10 Marvin Brandon, Agt. ELECTRIC TELEPMNC .iiT,arr..?"". e, is v''"'1" uaturolait canal tg '' " aruJii aafl acinic A Trr - ' .. - haa failed. fe Mercurial f rolt without relftrVCnt fitum no. W V.UA1.KV. B .vokliniKlorauHlft.lt, 0arlYulHoUio4w.sl,v, n,ilH ? aar aUnia, aUaau.Ua. tVMfXif ivllll MR inamoi iiniioro bolllfaor, Ibmi, rnTodrrniMlrauitar . ... :r. innr aweiiniaocoinjiieio-b- r a 410.I. I.cuil hcartllr ram jimcnd t to T one rlns- fiAoi IhlMnaliiful 1 Eoa.hakop,oraaa4olSaa. OnaUatooafw. lan..aa4uoaalUooan. AM w . aaaa U aauak snana ta a aala lo all lao Ooa ta a Maliaooa naana aatahlHra. rtaalalKBaU.potoa,jorlia aaraVaro. aar ilasaa.. Ouraolotf, ta4f tot u-.- kn .tilcnal. Cm bo Dot no bv aajr oaa. oat of orow, woirtaa. laoto a JU4 aw u ti S evem1" SANTA GLAUS fSS: BiHBfc Stri'-1- -- fS1 i375pS S Ir Cuban Revolutionists over gain victories, and thoy do, tho Spanish continue to have tho world remain Ignorant of it and to leave the impression that tho Spanish ore always gaining. The Madisouvllle Jftittler is making war on thecigaretlei.and has been sending circulars to the Ropresonta-tlves-ole- ct urging that body to pass a law making it a heavy penalty to roll week had tho tlicm. Tho Jluillcr following to Bay editorially: "The cigarette is bnund to go. It ' is doomed. It must be banished Iromi The boys must be saved. our State. The educators of the State arc a unit in demanding that the sale of these In jr .death dealing things shall be prohibited. The press is taking up the fight and demands that the next legislatue shall pass stringent laws in regard to the importation, manufacture and sale of the deadly things. Every member of the Legislature of both houses is being asked to pledge himself to vote for such a measure nnd In tumly even Instance th cm n'cu are promising tu vote lor the 1. ys. Let Ue law be a strong, and atrtngent one and then after it's passed let the people see that its provisions are enforced." HARDINSBURG. Robin Hood Writes an Interesting1 Letter: IlARDissnono, Dec 26, '95. Christmas tree was put up at the City Hall last Tuesday night. It was loaded with gilts uud a large crowd was there to sec them distributed. The sentimental young men mid ladies) were largely interested in the nfTalis, consequently the young men nloresaid have lighter purses as well as lighter hearts, and lighter heads, too, as far as that is concerned Society is on the "qui vivo" this week owing to the return of several college girls nnd sporty gentlemen. Several siciety gatherings are announced, and altogether there Will be more life exhibited by this old town than has been for many a day, , The small boy is largely in evidence and is arrayed in all his glory. With fire crackers, roman candles, tin horns and what not, he does his part towards making life a burden. Rev, Eldred Pate will begin a series of meetings at this place, next Sunday night which he proposes ' to continue for two weeks. The services will be held at the M. E. Church South, of which he is pastor, the ostensible object of the meeting is the saving of sinners. There is a splendid field for such" work at this place. We understand that Mr, R. N. Miller County attorney this county, and also Mr. V. B. Burton also of this csunty, will be candidates for delegates lrom this Congressional District to the National Convention at St. Louis These gentlemen are stalwart Republicans and one of them will be oneot the delegates from the district. Among those who ha-- returned to their homes at this place to spend the holidays are Misses, Mary Bowmer.of Ashland, Kate Eskridge, Louisville, Bessie Beard, Annie De Janett and Eva Heasley.of Potters College, Bowling Green, and Messrs Estel Sutton, Thomas Bowmer and Graham Louisville, Mr. Victor Bowmer of Cloverport, and Mr'. Marvin Beard, of Nashville University. A glass eating bited named Jones was brought before Judge Ahl this week charged with wife beating. Mr. Jones is 0 colored gentleman who holds forth from time to tlmein thecapacity of a variety showman and slight of hand performer He became jealous of the sharer in his joys and sorrows and beat her as aforesaid. He is now in jail paying a fine of $25,00 There can be no doubt but that there are many Republicans, in the county, as well as elsewhere, who under value services to their party because they believe its principals are the best for the country. Recent developments, however, declare the lamentable fact, that it'is and that alone which persists many to be so zealous in their party's behalf. It does not argue well for the party that so many of our young men begin to scheme for"pie" before they are even twenty five years old. The fact that he is a young man, however, is not an "atrocious crime." But when the fact is clearly shown and known, that the activity of some Republicans, springs from sellish motives, then their efforts in behalf ot certain measures, particular men must be viewed with suspicion. The welfare of the party being ft matter of only secondary importance to them they do not merit the confidence of loyal and truest party men. e Elk-ridge.- RANDOM NOTES. WAHlNbrutf THE CALL An old gray home, on an old-tl'Twin on a Chrlitmas nlnht Thro' ehlnkt were trctmlns charm In yellow htftiot light. form Some young men about town have a fe game chickens which they ate anxious to pit against sonic outside fighter. Information can be had by calling on R. Collins. Hurtful d Col We riowcrntalnsfonie t)Mind girth. genuine love-s'c- k Mr Steve SI rajri of V An old gray white and an old gray black Were UtlnB by th Male That curled nnd played 'galnit the chimney back-- Bat thinking their own old ways. Bald the old black man to the old white ly in Imvlnc; applica- at tions 1 very day lor eed ol the W'bocco hegnrw last Miitniier. Tiie lmVf hic reported to have been feet acroM. twenty-sew- n ifillti jg mind-destro- y HAS SET UP HEADQUARTER Not only in the distribution ofCHRIfcT-MAtrix for the cliildren such as Toys, Wagons, Drums, Guns, Chairs, Dishes, Dolls, Oranges, Candies, Nuts, &c, &c, and over so many funny things never seen before. But in nice goods such as are suitable for young Gentlemen and Ladies We have a fine and varied assortment, too numerous to mention. Also lor Families and Housekeepers we have a heavy stock of fine and fashionable Furniture,LAMPS, DINNER SETS, CHAMB ESETS, &c, &c, such as are absolutely necessary and such as cannot be had outside of the City Antusltxtthtnirare always happen ing around the Court Home Ouly a few da s ago Clerk Ilocker received a certificate fiom a well 'known gentleman in Ohio county, authorizing him to issue license to the bearer to marry his daughter. The certificate wasaddrcsse to the County At torney, but the fcllow'n Intentions his licence were god, add he secu-eThe and went on his nay rejoicing. aforesaid gentleman does not re id his county paper or he would have known who v.s County Clerk. d I "Ull'a fnwty yeahs Seme you fin to me this piece er Ian, An' the pootyei' gal In sight. "You gin ua, ersldre, dem papaha, too, Dat sot ua bon' onen free, An' Nan an' me nung'IlAlly, Holly T.ool' Lnk cr nong er Jubilee." "Well, what If I dldt" eald tho old gray white. "Didn't both belong to meT And didn't I have, bylaw, thorlght To aet my nlggaha freoT "And, what la more," aald the old white man, "My farm was broad and long, And didn't you, and your poor old Nan, Find Ufa mam Jfra, JfatK aupton Dakedom, Tonn. Gave New Life 8lck Hoadncho and Nouralgla Cured " aaweetereongT" " Hood's Saraaparllla has 4ontma great deal ot good. I have been a aafftm from by Hood'. trade. FINALLY, we have the biggest line of STAPLES, such as 500 families need, and these were bought at BANKRUPT sales and are now on the market at abso lutely lower prices than they can be bought in the WHO ESALE Trade. Give us a call at once. Resp'y, for 1890 will be even better than it has heretofore. New features will be added. When the Legislature convenes we will have a special correspondent on tho grounds to give us all tho news of Our large subscription that body. list has increased during the last year, notwithstanding it has been a very bard one. We will endeavor this year to give tho court directory in full and all the workings around the Court House and all tho local news as well as all that is going on over We have received a the country. largo advertising patronage tho past year and with increased facilities we hope to receive much better in 1896. Our Job Department has turned out the very best work that could be had anywhere. Our prices aro lowest and Altogether our work is we enter upon the New Year with flattering prospects for a successful first-clas- s. The Republican y C. R Martin says that the of mankind iu genciul is as a general thing giving .o ambiguous expression wnich the geneial tun of mankind ns a general thing does not understand generally. gene-eraht- "lAWd bleaa you, marater, blcasln'e fell 'As fas' ns drops er rain: Tea, every noun' waa aallverbell, Till God called Nan crgaln. "Hut we wui all de slaves you had, ' An aenae you b'en no po' I'ae felt dat we wua actln' bad To wish for freedom so." "No morel no morel" aald the old white man: "I'm richer than a klngl Tou glvo mo blessings, all you cant I need not anything. "And, moro than all, am I not blest. While waiting for the call? I gave you Freedom, Ood'a bequest. Intended for ua all." tck heidaohe and neuralgia nearly all my that I coald sot nie tbem. The doctor Ufa. The pains hid become so Intense that my hands would cramp for hoars to Wnnd' told my husband thera wsa little help for me. The different medlolnes tried had greatly disheartened me Blnce using two bottles of Hood's Ssriaparllla I hsvo real bed relief, so much ao that I feel ilk anew I lvfcsv. partita iCures x, Bursa- - t year's work. may be pre, Premature baldness vented and the hair made to grow on heads already bald, by the use of Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair There is no more fitting design for the Christmas time than the star "The Guiding Star of the East" with its outreaching rays, which The Companion has adopted for its Christmas cover. The contents of this Holiday Number are a treasure-hous- e of the best and brightest of story, history, anecdote, humore etc. Fifty-twCompanions cost only $1 75. o Olall thepeople whrtknowpiecijely hown newspaper should be conducted by far the greater number will be found among those who never tried the buslnesVfarther thin to subctibc, and only now nnd then, i( ever, piy up. It pome one" whom the critic does not like get marnt-- or dies or in some other way lay htmelf liab'e to a little puff in the county paper, the critic filthwith turns green and proceeds to roast the newspaper as being only n lyiug. unreliable Institution, anyway. But if he idiould drop into the sanctum and bore the editor for an hour or so wiih his sitly twaddle about his own good qualities or those of his children, or giving htm the history of his dog, Trowscr, or tells him that he mean in raise the biggest crop of tobieco In the county, next year nnd alter all this the lorg forbearing suffering editor nnd strains his conscience by giving him a personal to the effect thst Mr So and So, a prosperous farmer of Tntttc Town, made a plrasmt call thl week He takes It as a matter o course that the editor ought to have said that or more, but never says one syllable about paying his subscrip- wo fflwsra15 TO vANpA WMP person. OarUttle boy his been with his throat but since taking II ood'a Barsiparllta, soreAeu and hoarseness hire gone and he la better In health." Mas. JlATTin Oci-roOct Hood's. Dakedom, Tennessee. Hood's Pills become tho favorite csthir-U-e with everyone who tiles tocm. , j I ! I tion. , HOCKER & CO. Hartford Republican Friday, December 27, 1895. ranLisnED evert fkiday mohmno JO. II. BAM A. ANDEBSO-- Blood and nerve are closely related. Keep the blood pure with Hood's Sarsaparilla and you will not be uer-- noEs.. N- ....- - Proprietor. Editor. Subscription, $1.25 por yoar. The Legislature will convene on the first Tuesday in January. for holding the next 6. A. R. Encampment will be Septem. ber 1 to 4, 189G, at St. Paul, Minn. Toe date We wish to remind our subscribers who are in the arrears that all men who conduct their business on principles bettle their accounts once every year and that it is impossible for us to run the business of The Rf.ptju Ubah upon business methods unless our subscribers pay up. The last Republican Administration paid off 8259.071,960 of the pub-l- it debt, reducing it from $884,106,-22- 0 Under the to $585,034,260. present Administration it has increas. ed bv 8102,227,800, the total now There is standing at 8747,301,960. argument enough in these few figures to settle the Presidential contest of i89G. A crying need for Hartford is a Board of trade in board of trade. deed as well as in name, is what is den sired. The merchants should get together on a broad and liberal basis of bringing trade to Hartford, having faith in the fact that if trade comes to Hartford each one will get a share of it and all will bo benefited What twenty men cannot do acting independently of each other can be cast ly accomplished by the same twenty acting in unity. There are numerous things that can be done and ought to bodoue, which any merchant will enumerate, but one man can not do them alone. elected Governor. The Louisville Tvmet, a "strong supporter of the Democratic cause, and A strong nardln sheet, attributes the defeat of the Democratic ticket to Jo Blackburn, and says: "Joseph C. S. Blackburn, more than any other individual, is responsible for the present Republican administration in Kentucky, nut lor him Wat Hardin would have been Democrats everywhere know this, and the Democrats in the Kentucky Legislature are not going to make Blackburn the caucus He is nominee for United Senator. not entitled to that honor, empty though it be. M la Una. Sow bydntffUu. B Washington Eidson Post, No. 215, Congressman Lewis, of the 4th Department of Kentucky located at Congressional District, has been ap- Hartford, Ky., meets firstSatnrdayin pointed on thojudiciary Committee. each month at 3 o'clock with the following named officers: P. C; John The Hon. Thomas F. Uayard.Mins Phipps. S. V. C; Wesley Foreman. Agt. Crit ister to England, has been making S V. C; James Berry. Parks Q. M ; Jo Parks. S. R. G ; some speeches to Mark Berry, Chaplain, Thomas Ruck-e- r, please his English friends and there O. S. ; Tom Nail O. G ; Amos are some patriotic Americans who Williams. S. M.; Curg Burks. Q. M don't like it. He discredits his own g.; Wesley Barrett. country among foreigners and when Hood's Calendar lor 18961s out and he is criticised for his unpatriotic s some who unfor- it is greatly admired. Many protunately are editors of Democratic pa- nounces "the handsomest yet." It consist of the head of a beautiful pers are raiting all manner of atmoswoman in an oval panel witlul pheric disturbance. Mr. Bayard young Thebackgrouna needs taking down a button hole or astylishgoldframe. and pad are printed in harmoulous two. It will do him good. brown tints. The remarkablegrowth of the editions of Hood's Calendars POR OUR SUBSCRIBERS. from one million copies a lew years We do not believe that our sub- ago to over thirteen millions for 1896 scribers really think that we are in is only paralleled by the wonderlul duty bound to furnish them with the advance in favor of Hood's Sarsapapaper for lifo free of charge, and yet, rilla, which Hnow theonly true blood through carelessness perhaps, some of purifier prominently In the public eye. them act as if they did. We are Opt Ilnml. Eugene quits willing to do the work of It was a common happening in the malriog known the matchless re "News" office, while Mr. Field still sources of our county; of keeping the did his work there, for some ragged, crtature, too thermometer above tho freezing point unwashed, asse ftlug and' proving that we have much abashed to take the elevator, to the best town and the best county in come toiling up the stairs and down the titate; saying tho best things we the long passage into one of the edican about all the brides and grooms; torial rooms, where he would blurt eaving out ail reference to the pre- out fearfully, sometiniesbalfdefiantly, confident in the powvious bad character of tho dead; giv- but always as it name he spoke: "Is 'Gene of ing the best possible report of all the er the Field here?" Sometimes an local entertainments; saying of every office-bowould try to drive new baby that it is the finest and one of these poor fellows away, and prettiest every born; giving all of the woe to that boy if Field found it out. local news of iuterest and much of "I knew 'Gene Field in Denver," or, the general news of the world all "I wotked with Field on the 'Kansas without chargeor compensation, but City Times,' "these were sufficient we must insist that our subscrib passwords, and never failed to call ere pay us at least a portion of the forth the cheery voice from Field's cost of blank paner. Peonle have ev room: "mats an rignt. snow mm idently come to the conclusion that in here; he's a friend of mine." And they aro doing the local paper a f.u then, after the grip ol the hand and vor by taking it from tlio postofiice, some talk over lot mcr experiences- but tho law says by doing bo they which Field may or may hot have re to make themselves responsible for the membered. but always pretended the inevitable lnlf dollar or dollar subscription price thereof. forthcoming, and another unforNow tho object ot this notice, is to was tunate went out Into the world blesssay that after January the first we ing the name of a man who, whether must stop sending it to all who show be was orthodox or not in his religno disposition to pay for it. Many ious views, always acted up to the are o badly In arrears that we could principle that is is more blessed to hardly expect them to pay all up at give than to receive. Cleveland once, but If tboro is any who will not Motlett, in McClures Magazine for pay anything nt all, to them we can- January, not longer afford to send it. Wo On account of meeting ot Southern mean by this notic(i, that wo must Association at Hot Educational subscribbavo something from every er who is behind or tlie paper will bo Springs, Ark., Dec. 30, 1895, to Jandiscontinued. If yuct can't pay all uary 2, 1896, will sell tickets at 17.-On December for the round trip pay a little, and thus sbow your d 23 and 29 nnd limited till January 10, to do the right. If you expect the 'pt per after Jan- 1896 to teturn. Continuous passage uary first, call and see how you stand each way. II. MiiRiCK.Agt. or leralt amount due lit once. The date opnosit your name, on the marChildren Cry for gin of tho paper will .show to whaf r paid, time your subscription yt con-duAnglo-maniacwoe-begoover-zealoy 45 He seems to forget that the paper lied when it said he was a prosperous farmer, for he knows that he his not made corn nor "taters" enough to do him any jear ot hislile. Ue forgets, again, that though the paper said he made a "pleasant call" that while that "pleasant call" was in progress the editor had just ns lief been in Limbo with his back broken. Rodin Hood. A tHril nl The undersigned would hereby greatly acknowledge the many uselul articles, sent to them at the parsonage as a Christinas donation. The custom of making Christmas offerings was originated by the wise men of the East, who presented Unto the infant Savior gold, frankincense and myrtb. Those who give, in his name will be suiely blessed, we believe instead of ttje foolish wasteful expenditures, practiced by many the poor should be remembered kindly, J. S. Chandler and Family. Nleveimou'a UnnHlilUheil .fovel. "St. Ires," the novel left substantially complete, ami unpublished, by Robert Louis Stevenson at his death, is described as purely a romance ot adventture. It is the story of a French prisoner captured in the Peninsular wars, who is shut up in Edingburg Castle; there he falls in love with a Scotch girl who, with her Thank aunt, frequently visits the prisoners. There is early in the story a duel under extraordinary circumstances, between St. Ives and a alter various episodes a dangerous plan of escape is decided upon, and the daring St Ives finally becomes a free man. The perils that he under goes whilein hiding nbout Edinburgh, Tht: World's Htii 'fasts his adventures on tho Great North showed no baking powder Road with strangers and robbers, has so pun or to great In leav' final escape across the border into enlng power as the Rayah subss-iuenEngland, his return to Ellnburgh, and many other incidents Jul! a'rllltlllir. of this splendidly conceived story are The business public uie requested ' told in the splrided, vivacious vand to call at tho office of Tint Knruiiu-CAwonderful style ot which Stevenson and ee samples of its work in was a master. Wcare ptepared theiobptintlngllne. to execute nil orders for job work on So thorough Is the excellence of short notice and at reasonable prices. Ayer's Hair Vigor that it can be Our material is new and ot the latest used with benefit by any person, no designs, nnd our workmen the very matteu what may be the conditions best. Our work will bo u, to date in ot the hair, and, in every case, it oc every particular. Your older are fellow-prlslont It makes nil the difference in the world who it is that gets "writ up," whether It is unreliable or not The people like to have nice things said about them, and they just demand that they shall be said. Suppose the county paper should speak the uuvarnished truth about some of those newspaper critics who are such sticklers fortruth. For instance, take it for granted that one ol them gets married uud the county paper follows thecriticj and tells things just as they happened, it would sound soti.e.hlug like this: "Mr. So nnd So and Miss Thus and So, ol Tattle Town, were united in the holy bonds of matrimony nt what pin ports to be the home ot the bride's father, old man Thus and So, who was last year turned out ot the church tor general cussed-ness- . The groom is a good fir nothing shiftlefs eor.t of a fellow, with a low receding forehead and n counteHe was nance like n Comminche very clumsily dressed nnd put on a very pitiable appearance A- - might have been expected, the bride was even a sadder sight than the groom. "To begin with, she was asspcckled , as n turkey egg was had a wart on her nose, wis crosseyed In one eye and was pop ejed in the other, nnd her dress, such as it Tras, seemed to have been blown on to her by a tornado. The piir was not, only not handsome, but homely, even ugly, and to cap it all the preacher got bothered inthcceremonyandsonie think It questionable whether they really were married at all The pres ents were of the tin horn variety. "Thev enter upon littwith theinost flattering prospects of early stirvn- patties being tlou. both extrembly lazy and fir more given to ntteniing t other people' busines than their own " hunch-bicked- When the children drink bad water and eat too much green fiult; or have CTp the stomachache or diarrhoea from HStWIli nu,iita-niJj- j. any cause, you needn't be ' alarmed TOBSjniiraiiiEMiramiiii.ii about them. If von will irt n neenr ts koc bottle of Dr. Bell's AntNi'Uix It was Christmas cvo nnd tho sat by thcflrcdlsctieslngthoprob-abilit-y iney will be at play in half hour after that they would receive pres- the first dose. Z Wayne Griffin & ents of greater valuo thnn they had llro. cent to their poor relatives; and aa pood as they hud sent to their rich CalJ 011 Martin lor your Christmas ones. Jewelry. "Ugh, hnt a night It Is," anld Mrs. ' Dodgctt, "but It (s just aa well, (or wo Harrison receives a nlmll hare no cullcm, and I'm really not larger sum for his aitidcs on "This fit to bo seen." "You certainly nro not;" candidly Country of Oars."?, which he is writanswered Mr. Uodgctt, "It's a myatcry ing for The Indies' Home journal, what you hnvo dono with all the money than has been paid toany public man j on lioto gotten tor drcsa. Now, I can in America for magazine work of a go nowhere for lack of a decent drcu similar nature His first atticlc, in mlt." Instead of replying warmly, Mr. the Christmas number ol the journal, Dodgctt only smiled mysteriously. At sold over 100,000 extia copies of the thnt moment tho mnld entered, saying: magazine, of which 725,00c copies "Please, ma'am, a trnmp'a nttheback were printed as first a edition. door begging for clothes." "Tell hlra to go away and be quick about it," said Mr. Dodgett, who was Young men or young women 'aspirsuffering from neuralgia and ing to any vocation in life should thnt bin wife would not always remember that the bottom quarrel. rounds ot the ladder of time are filled "Don't leave him nlone In the kitchto overflowing, bnt there's always en,"" said Mrs. Dodgott; "he is most likeroom at the top. That's where Dr. ly n snenk thief." Dell'a Anti-Plfor colic, cholera "Charltnble, that remark," grunted and diarrhrca stands It's sold at 2 jc her husband. nnd 50c on n guarantee by. Z. Wayne sbo replied, ntwently, "by " Uiiffin&Bro. the way, dear, Mr. lllanqhe hna given " r . Ida wife another sealskin. I shall have to cut her, for I can't tlslt lior any longer In my old wrap. It'a one comfort, though, that ho selected it j something is surely wrong with J it." Looking anxiously at her' husband, she saw a half sinllaonhisface. "It's a cold night for that poor wretch to bo out half clad," ho said. "I'll ace If he is gone," she returned, and both fo-da- y? left the room by different doors. Soon they were both back with half Wo ak ih's repeatedly, because looks. pleased, half shame-face- d Kin dietaes oltcn follow trifling sa "It's Christmas eve, nfter all," said he. If you are weak "Yes, we should be charltnble and Rtntrallr ex- hautted, nerroui, S of all days." have no spptl(e m "M'hni; I gave that poor wretch roy 2nd cant work, m begin at once Uk- - m dress suit which was too shabby to Ing the most rella- i.'Ofl wenr. I had to hunt for it, too; It ble ttrenxthenlmr m M Rod-pctux "Ye-cs,him-Keif mS ArJ3L-nAAC 8VWCVCvl Marvin tlrandon has agency for the American Steam Laundry, of Princeton, Ky , nnd will send goods on Monday and deliver It on Friday. The work is the very best. Save your work for liini. zscrubox. taken the A Peel &diy i I j y town's was" "And I gave Him your old overcoat; It- -" kJ itter, "Which overcoat?" The black one; you" IT CURES 3 "You did, eh? Well, you were too Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver -- for oncel In the pocket ot that A Neuralgia, smart Troubles, 5 m coat was concealed the money I had in Constipation, Impure Ulood, Nervous ailments 2 Hived to buy n sealskin for your 2 Malaria, ' Women's complaints. Christmas gift. Say, why did you hide e fj Cet only the genuine It has crossed red my dress suit In your wardrobe?" 5 , lines on the wrapper. JJ Doth had risen, looking very pale. g OnOWH CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, Ma 5 'You got that dress suit from my wardrobe, did you? Well, It was a new-onm w I bad gotten for your Christmas Notice. gift, Sllns Dodgett!" All persons knowing themselves inTwo minutes Inter Sirs. Dodgett was debted to me will 'dense come in and In strong hysterics on the hearth rug, before the first day ot January, while tho maddest man In town was settle as 1 will then be compelled to 1896, mlnly searchng for a tramp with anew coucui uv mw. iuuio wuiy, dress sultaudanoldoiercoat. N Rowan HouiROor. For a Christmas present now That's why wrinkles line my brow And sorrow fills my cup. Truth. Ills Name Is Legion. saving up; medicine, which is Z Brown's Iron Bit- - m ins Benefit comes from the very dose. Z S 6rt 5 lam Remember that Field & Holbrook bus will meet all day trains. Whenever the little children, the ladles or the big men want something to regulate their liver or cure constlp ntion and biliousness, Dr. Dell' Tiny Tome Tablets is what they must have They cure and you never feel it. Purely vegetable. 25c a vial. Z. Wayne Griffin St llro. Pure crab elder for sale Pirtle, Hartford, Ky, 'by I'. V. 22 6m i 'ft The U. S. Gov't Reports show Royal Baking Powder superior to alt others. ! N hi. cassions satisfaction and pleasure, in addition to the benefit which invariably comas from its use. solicited. We will send you Tint Rei'UnuCAN weekly, and Chicago both papers for one year for (1,40. This is for pew subscribers and old ones who pay up and In advance one Inter-Ocea- wfcen July waa sick, we gave her Cutoria. When s)ie was a CblU, she cited for Caatoria, When she became Vlvt, she clung to CastorU. Oastorla. Wbea she had CbUJreo, she five tia Represent- - pitcher' Cafttrla. j ear. CARSON & CO, '9 nACKtwVKnvKllvnS13nfKsHmVnnXi What is ijtiirclic Castorla la Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants mid Children. It contnlnx neither Opium, Horphino nor other Narcotic mibsUuicc. t l a hsmnlcsfc mibstltiito Drops, Soothlnp; Syrups, nnd Castor Oil. for It in Plcnmint. Its fritnrnntco Is thirty j cars' usa hy Bullions of Mothers. Cnstorln destroys "Worms nnd nllajs fovcrlshncss. Castorla prevents vomitlnp; Sour Curd, cures Diarrhoea nnd AVind Colic. Castorla relieves teething troubles, cures constipation nnd flatulency. Castorla assimilates tho food, regulates, tho stomnch nnd howcls, giving hcnlthy nnd natural sleep. Castorla is tho Children's, Iniiacen tho Mother's Friend: Prtj-cRorl- will go farther in doing the family washing or doing the housework than a quantity of onlinary soap ruMm tie Soap. s K; CLOTHES, YOUR FINOHRS, YOUR TEMPER, MONEY. YOUR Made only by Try it Sold by all Grocers. wsosmminzTmsaiimmjmzmammuismaxmmmsii iTIie,N. Fairbank Company, - St. Louis. Castoria Oastoria. " afiKH rtCTaH ; nrfgya Jor hr th W.. ftr?2Sv llin blllowi rla nd crowd Across ths foamy ban. Through skies of rar (hat stretch away, lltr wild balr flostlncfrts, J3ht cornel to whra hex kingdom Ilea Ily !thtr land or sea. JAs Ilk comts In robts oftrslllng cloud coronal o f tar. Trom where time' And pine trees to keep it from blowing nway Hut then sho wns accustomed to It. Biro had never been farther south than Toronto, andjrequently spent her Inters there onxakeSlmcoc. She was a bcautjful girl, too. I saw that the first tlma I met herVand I saw it more plainly eve'ry hy, . , By the time I hud groun"a little accustomed to tho beautiful climate we were quite good friends, and as Gregory's carbuncle practlcnlly confined the pleasure him to the smoking-room- , of escorting her on her numerous sknt-In- g trips naturally fell to me. And I did not shirk my duty. She was an only child, and her father was n clerk in one of tiie Toronto banks, the Commerce, and Maud was very de- - ondayswhrulwaswomlerliigtthi'fhrr we had not better tie the house to the and sail out lor n mile spin on the lie "Why" me ou, MIi Maud!" I ex"Accept claimed. "You certainly did not propone to Mm?" "Certainly, I did," sho said. "You don't think I could hao got the pos- before". j oh," slip suld, "lie had toac-ic- pt " " Ct(orlJ in excellent inidldne for'thll dren. MotnTttluiycrepritcillytaldnieoriU eooaeeetllJx)nlUtlrclll!Jto,' ' II " Csitoria l klA Sl 7 I said, amazed. "Tho position!" "What position?" "Why, a stenographer, of course. What did you think I had "and then she must have seen through my stupid blunder, for she blushed. And os for me, there wns no. staying nt the same table with Gregory after that, ho I went up to my room nnd tore up tlia, only resolution I hud made for the New Year; and, to mnko a long story short, we were mntrlcd atSutton-Wch- t, Mnud nnd I, that summer, and Gregory wns my best man, which position ho filled vtry veil, In spite of a boll on his neck. Ki.lis Pawcer Btm-rji-. CAUSE ition" lAwtll, Mm. the belt remedy for children of which I am acquainted 1 hepe the day l not fir diitant wherf mother will conilder the real Intereatof their children, and use Castorla initcad of the ratlou quck nojtrumi which are destroying: their'loVedoucs, by forclna: optun, njorphlae, loothlne iyrup and other hurtful "erg's down' their throat,, thereby Bcadlnc tbefu to premature graves " J J, V. KixpisLoc, t Conway, ArL. f, D. ' O. Oi OtQoon. Is so well adapted tq children that r recontmend It aa auperlor to any prescription Lnowii to rue," It A. Akciiek, M. D, .. jlt So Oxloid St , Itrooklyn, N Y. " Castorla Hcg 3 ''wLffa mi alaelE "Our physlMln"file cb!llrS depart- -' ment have kpoken highly cf their experience In their outside practice with Castorla, and, although we only have among our medfeat supplies wl at Is Lnown as regular products, yet we are free to confess that the merits of Castorla has won ut to look with favorjipon It." UMIED ltOSFITAL ALUM C S.V1T1I, AND ml Ubi SSaii An gleganf ili Uphostered - I it!. Tho ContaUr Company, 77 WTurray Street, Now York City. DlSPrNSBY, Uoston, ilu. Somebody'wilJ Rft tllll tnappifjernt piekn IV.F a l?1 who makes a purchase o($j or overMvill h ive u chanu to tt Us the vi drawing to be hed Jjnuiry I, 1896, before n eom'iriittte' o( Owe'ns-- A horo's representative citiyens, ot the lvA ( t Bwad is the Staff of Iiife," IR,fa0oRonD LOUISVILLE ' M , rOlt TIIANUrULNUSS. dawn' pal buda of light Art round her pathway thrown, a banner An tb light Th nlfht I badkwmrd blown. And dim afar th laat Ion tar As on bar chariot ,tVhU In th eaat th later atreak Orow ruddy aa m row. aoyth And tadea tb old year worn-ou- t Aa soma half moon's faint line. And January" hrald tilth In Icy armor ahln, ,WhU round br train tb froien rain. That Bom nlanaia th now, bright tlaa caught a million From out th aunrls glow. And glad ber face aa on h speeds Toward th rlalng sun, JWIth light of hop and nobis deeds Of faith and duty done. And In htr ya th awlft curprls Of alt that round her walls. ,Wher morning, aa h .paeaea by, l!aa opued wide th gatea. KI39 Ballard's Obelisk so, aun-gll- line of Deb Room, Kitchen, Parlor, tfftlce, Dining Room nnd School Futnitu'tf wUb Prices lower than evef ,belo;e, Vecnnell OSrXnrsmabli you n bed room set lor $10 50. or a sideboard for the same'prtce. which will sale by Stevtns & Rial, Hertford. Ky For make jou feel good every time ou look nt it The$e, however, ore just satnpleS'Oi our untqualed IMrgains.of which e hiye an imtuensehousf lull. Herndon-Carte- r Company, By shipping to YOU CAN MAKE MONEY Commission Merchants, Louisville, Ky,, The finest line of parlor suits Flop'r npd Swinpwg' Itackets; uests and because they are the larcest and most re Book cases ever in Owcnsboo TREAT, COURTEdlJv .nnd WBERA liable commission merchants, and becansc they can handle shipments quick and to the best advantage for the shipper. A trial shipment solicited, write MENT, FAIR and HONEST fleallng. STYLISIl and Vell Made Goof's. to them for quotations before shipping. Specialties : Eggs, Batter, Poultry, The VERY LOWEST Prices. Fruits of all kinds. Beans, Potatoes, Onions Hay, Grain. Headquarters for Furs, Hides and Wool. Capital, $40,000.00. Liberal advances made on conA complete The Purest, Strongest and Best. ; ONLY 25c PER POUND CAN. v S ..... tUMM IPlE , r . t W'hen it omes to I weare arnrtarein - '". -- the'Jead. " 1 signments. General correspondence solicited. iu . n exit onwjonr busy rzcoixa tub BTOVES. he Jame ot the Jext Watklns (who has fallen for the 20th time) I am (hlo) blank glad I bor rowed Jawkins' dress suit. Judge. They're mill on Ieclc She The fashion of making Ycar'slls Is dying out. no ot among crcaiiors.-i.i- ie. New L0U1SYILU EGRNlTEOlE HOUSE, B. S. WiXF,112 lYikaiir, Owensboi;6. vY l- c slrous of helping him by securing a position ss stenographer somewhere. She had taken n course In a school, and felt herself well equipped for the position, Ronolutlon. but so far she had not secured it Story of a New Otcourseherauntlaughedather. So I hod known Gregory In the a la tea. did Gregory, too, for that matter, for lie tvu on A Jf o. 1 ounp fellow ami we the had been quite a society girl and hud worked side by aide for three years both predicted she would be picked up at the JMtae desk in a little wholesale nnd married oft before sho een got a houiie in Iowa. HowOixgoryeTerhan-peno- d place as stenographer. I thought so to leave Canada and find hia myself. way to Iowa la too iong and too dull was the last day remember s atory to tell, but he did find hia way ofI"S3 that I was it sitting in the smoking-rooand xm after he arrived we bethere, and all the others were In the came great churns. next room (which they called tho He song in the choir, mode out tbo "warm room" because it wasn't quite bill of the concern (or which wo as rold as tho others) when the next worked, rode horseback, and had boil.( mall came. Gregory brought me a letOf the four occupations, the bolls ter from the "boss,"and I was reading seemed to Interest him roost, and no It when I heard Maud say In her quiet wonder, for they were with him night way: "Auntie, I may as well tell jou, and day, 1 am engaged." lie uaed to bock up to me and sayi heard Mrs. Gregory get upnnd "took at my neck, will you, old fellow, goThen Iand kiss Maud, and as I don't over nd see If that spot looks like a boll?" like to overhear com emotions meant Usually it did. othc ears I w ent up to mj room nnd We all uied to advise him what to do for stoked up the fire. for them, and he did It. Our desk I may as well own that I wns cut up drawers were always full of hi tonics quite a little, for I had begun to like and when anyand lotions and salves; a little too well for my own comone pulled one of his special drawers Maudand, while I hod no real hope of fort, open an odor like an apothecary shop n er winning her, It w aa rather a shock escaped. was actually engaged, But all this has nothing to do with to learn that she have no chance at all. and that I was to my story. I pulled out my writing material with When Gregory was called back to a jerk, and answered the letter I had reCanada ho tdade me promise to visit ceived in a pretty bod mood, and then some time. IIu smoked a pipe and read a bit, and behim at Button-Wesaid It was the most beautiful spot in fore I knew it It was late. the world, and that It had a climate Gregory came In and sat on the bed as much superior to ours here In Iowa awhile andtalkedaboutacurllngmvtch as gold to lead. that was to come oft tho next day, and Bo when I found I was to have two then he incidentally remarked: "You weeks' vacation during the Christmas heard Maud say she was engaged at holidays in '03, 1 wrote hlra that I was last, didn't jou?" "Yes," I said, "I did coming. Ills reply to my letterwasen-thuslastlhear something of the kind. 'Who's got Tho weather was superb, her?" "Simpson's his name," said Gregtho sleighing excellent, a pretty cousin ory; "rich old fellow, runs n furniture whm visiting them. Come right along,, factory in Toronto." and ha had tf bfg carbuncle on his arm. "Ohl" I sold. Bo I went. Then Gregory left, and I pulled out To get to Sutton you go through, my note book. I took a new leaf and Toronto and up a little branch railway, set about writing some resolutions for and from Sutton you drivo several miles 'Oi. I do It every year and usually I along the shore of Lake to Button-Wekeep them. This time I thought for Rlmcoe. quite nwhlle before I could think of any met me at the station and reforming needed and at length gave (Iregory I I ,wrapped mo well in robes. A servant Gregory explained that he idrove. would have handled the ribbons himself badho been able, but owing to his carbuncle he was obliged to carry his arm 'in n sling. I(e was downright glad to see me, and asked questions all the v ay about tho old friend to Button-Wes- t, in Iowa. I enjoyed the. first half of the ride", but the last halt was decidedly cold. It seems that they had had a change) of weather and w ero now having a genuine Canadian winter. The place, which they called Old Sotherwood, fronted on the lake, and was a rambling old building In the real Kngllsh style. There were Ktooiui and they1 kept 13 stoves In continual action. The room without a stove was an extra room In the attic and was used for a store room. Gregory said that all the "T0U CKRTAINT.T DID WOT W10P08E TO urur men turned out In the full and hauled wood, and then when snow fell all began chopping, and chopped until tme it up and simply wrote! "Kesolved: That I will be a bachelor all my llfo.;' to plant In the spring. Then I shut the book and went to bed It kept Gregory busy feeding the stoves. He would fill up number one, and naturally dreamed of Maud, You and then fit) number Wo, and so on, see how far gone I w as. The next morning we were all at and by tho time ?ie had number 13 breakfast when some one Introduced stoked he would be ready to load number one again, and sometimes he would the subject of Maud's engagement. "You are the only one to neglect to not be able to get around in time and the' fire In1 number onevpuld bout congratulate me, Mr. Ilutler,'" she said, before he lad qumber 13 full of wood. feigning offense. "But I do congratulate you, Mlsn The front door was completely mowed drift, and Maud," I said, sincerely, "and I hopo up, buried; behind u Gregory told mi It was a lucky thing, your engagement may lead to nothing for M It had not been nnd Anyone should but happiness for you."said. "If you "Ohl it Willi" she nave opened the front and rear doors at the same; time the lake brqeze would knew Mr, Slmpsou, you could notdoubt Is hare blown tha whole unlucky IS It. He Js the kindest man. He juhf stoves out of the house and clear down the man I should have picked of all the to Toronto That Ibke breeze was what men I know." "Indeed! I Imagined that you did Vthey called ''bracing w eatber" up there. 3)own in Iowa,w would hove locked Choose hlra, In a way? Iu such a matter ourselves Indoors and soldi "What a one usually" "Of course," sho sold, "I chosa him, ftarful bliazard'" And they seemed to npjoy It. The girl but stilt It lay with him, too, for with' " cousin, Maud Gregory, did not mind it outhld consent "hU ooment'" X cried skit In the least, and wpuULtake ONE TIIATWA'S BROKEN. Ye-or'- SIDENT omE UNITED STflTG W!U bo Announced in . -- Ever person, big, little, old or young, black or white, rich or poor, Tar Honey pronounces it the best cough and lung remedy on earth It's true, too, so we guarantee. Z Wayne Griffin & Bro. Hound Trip Wlnlrr Tnllrlit nates From lleitver Ham, Uy., la Austin, Tex , fio oo: Baton Rogue. La., $J7.oo; Hddy.N.M ,$54 8s; Dem-ing- , N. SI., 6o 40, 131 raso.Te.. $60 40; Houston, Tex.. $38 So; Jackson, Miss., f J3.00, Mobile, Ala., $73 00; New Orleans, La., J:3 00: Notches, Miss., $26 00: San Antonio, Tex , $43 o; Vickburg, Miss , $23.00; Hot who has ever used Dr. Bell's Pine WI 5J 4 .4 . . 'JO ? . JP ... 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Djiily and Sunday, 15 cents' a, week, 160 cents a month II grip, etc., as Dr. Bell's PineTarllons your local dealer does not handle it, insist upon htm procuring it tor ey don't you believe it, for we guar you, or send yohrsubscription with tetulttance direct to the publishers, that is is not true. We make ante the genuine and authorlw: all drugSQTPatticuIar attention Is called to the WEEKLY gists to guarantee it. The ii. K. Issued in jy section, emht pages every Tuesday and 1'rlduy, Sutherland Co., Paducah, Ky. making it practically a largo l'jper tor only one DOLLAR a 1'or tale by Z,Wayue Griffin & Bro year. This issue just fills the bill for the busy man, wno has not the time to read a daily paper, and yet deaiira to keep promptly and thoroughly Holiday Excursion llnles via Hie t) posted, It goes, to every Stale almost to every Postjofiice in the Union All America is its legitimate field, No matter where you live, you wnl find O, A t). W. It. II, t , ,. it invaluable as a newspaper nnd home jouranal To accommodate the ttaveh incidfestivities, the , ental to the Christmas Copies C. 0 & S W. R. R. will sell tickets between all points on its line and also " , ' St Louis, Mo. s tare. to Cincinnati at Tickets will be sold Dec. aand to 35th Inclusive and Dec. aSth to Jan. is Inclusive good tor return until Jan. II r i Cure nil Hbln lllaraam." Simply apply "Swoyne's Oiut 3rd, 1896 ment " No internal medicine recjulr s and all otber , For rates, Cures tetter, eczema, itch, at ed gNR OIVJKI K4URP. inloituatlon apply to any agent of the eruptions .u the face, nose, &q.,leav company or tp T. B. Lynch.O.P.A. (tig the skin clear, white and healthy ' Its great healing and curative powers for Bate. On scholat8hlri Jif''the Lexington are possessed by no other remedy. Cry limbless CJllcgc. Callattbla oifico Ask your diuggist for Swaymr's i"or particnlus. H will pay yott. . 34 Jy. tf OintmhwV, GLOBE-DEMOCRGLOBE-DEMOCRA- T GLOBE-DEMOCRA- T, Semi-WeekSemi-Weekl- y io-6- and Sunday One Ytnr, $6 00, Six Months, jj 00. Saturday 1'ditibn, j6 plftes One Year, $1.50. . One, Year,. $2'oo,(5r' Sunday Edition; j? to"5o .pagea . . . WEEKLlsaa&l1u,5enilAVwilj'Sktl5nr5 tfages each Tuesday and Friday, lfi page? every week, onnyrar$i 00, Six mouths, 50c Republican Newspaper. t Reducod, Subscription Rates by MaPosiaqe'Prepald.' 'lJally A , ' THOMAS & CO., Bankers' and Brokers, 24JU314 waiiottuuing, unicagcAU; --.: i. k Sample GLOBE PRINTING CO., S free onftppllcation to ,, dallv dailv. No. .t. No. xi. Lv U. Louisville 6 30 p m 7 30 a m Ky. Street . . . 6 45 p m 7 45 a m West Point . . 7 35 p iu 8 Jj a ra . . 7 30 p m 8 28 a m Howard Willowdale . . . 7 39 p iu 8 37 a ra Kock Haven . . 7 47 p m 8 45 " Long Branch . . 7 55 P ra 8 53 a m Brandenburg . . 8 04 p m 9 02 a m 8 13 p m 9 am Ekron . . . 8 ai p U19 19 a m Guston 8 30 pm 930am Irvingtou . ; . Webster . . . . 8 38 p m 9 39 a m Lodlburg . . . 845 p m 9 47 & 8 55 p m 9 56 a m l'lerce Simple. . . . 9 00 pm 10 00 am Stepiiensport , 9 09 p ra 10 09 a ra . . 9 14 p nr Io 14 ft ni Addison . 9 17 p ra 10 ao a ra Holt . 9 a8 p m :o 33 a w Cloverport . Shops 931 pra 1037 nra ' Sklllman . , . 9 43 p m 10 50 a ra . 9 54 p m 1 1 02 a ra Hawesville uv,r wnST BOUND aB'lajww.' t - EAST BOUND n-- n ... . ,, . twd-thiid- time-table- IU P A;N Child ritchr' Cartorla. rn for . . it 09P w 12 iftpw . 11 14 P ni ja 23 p in 18 p ra 12 27pm Stanley , . , Worthlngton tt 25 p ra 12 35 p ra , Ky Keaas . , , . jj 3,3 4 P m P m Ar. U. spottsvuie . . 1 1 4t p ai la jiasstcua,. , . 1 1 1 12 10 a ra Ar Henderson Falcon , . . . jo 07 Cayce . . , . Lewlaport . . o 8 Waltruan . . 10 25 10 35 Powers PateT. 1048 Owensboro . . to 59 Fetrlc . . 10 U2 pra II pm loiapnui p n u 09 5 19 am ... .. . . Mattingly Griffith 25 a ru p ra 11 33 a w pra H43 a tij pm 56 a w p ra 12 06 P ra nvn am a ra i u n ra 3 16 p ra ra 3 23 p ju' 7 8 n ra 1 io o m 4' 8 06 a nj 3 3jrp mf 809 a ra 3 41 p m 8 17 a m 347 pm. Mattingly . . 8 30 a m 4 00 p m Owensboro . 8 40 a ra 4 08 p m Pates . . . 8 55 a m 4 20 p ra Powers oo n iu 4 jo n m Waitmnn . . Lewisport 9 13 a ra 4 36 p nfl 9 19 a ra 4 4' PJP Cayce a n 1 J t " r Falcon V o " to t Petrle . . . . . 9 29 a in 4 5i pra 59P,,Ws Hawesville . . .9 Skillman . . s 9 48 a w 5 09 p ra . 10 00 a ui5Ji'p"m Shops . Cloverport . 10 05 am 534 . 10 20a ra 536 pra Ifolt i Addison io 23 a m 540 Stephetisport . . 10280m 5isnm . . 10 37 n 5 5 P, sample . f ".f Pierce . . . . " p 1 Lodlburg . . . jo 49 n m w6i4ipra- . Webster . . . 10 57 a a m6aip ra, Itvington II 05 11 14 a ja 040P ra Guston . . . , 11 22 a ra 648 pra Ekron Brandenburg u 31 am 558 pray 11 39 a ra 707 p r) Long Branch Rock Haven U 47 a ra 7 Xi pwm, 11 53 a Willowdale 7 ai pra ij 01 p in 730 p Howard . , 12 05 p ra 7 35 p w West Point , V Henderson DBBKCliq 7 20 n W 2 5 Jp'ni; 1 . . . 7 42 xp Stl.JiQrSiii dlaly daily Spottsville u a in if H 'nj niu Reads Worthington, Stanley . Griffith . . a 50 t 3nra4 V f , pn pa' lo4am557p' 65 . v 1 offliintn lljpn ' u Street Iralsville iljcnm Sihdm 1 i ioduk, u. r. a--. 00 p in 8 3 P LouliviMe, Kyf ? & sawnsraees: sa Well Satisfied with Sweet Pickles at Stevens & Rial's. Trade with Stcven3 & Rial money. New YcAr will find lower Stevens & Rial's. T- - J-- andsato prices nt CHRISTMAS. Facts Which Show That This Holiday IsChrlst'3 Birthday. of the 1 vAwerded Highest HonorsWorld's Fair. '. Moticel We're going to 4 sell you your Holiday Goods. That is a Rather audacious assertion, isn't it? Well, we have just exactly what you want in the way of Holiday goods, and if the quality of our goods and our low prices have ANY influence, why OF courseyou will buy OF US. Ayert Hair Vigor. "Nearly forty years ngo, JDR; As specinj commis- ' h Below wo mention a partial list of what we have for you. Toys for the- - children, substantial gifts for the older ones: Metal calendars, Trinket boxes,Si!ver mugs, Pin cushions, Photograph frames, Mirrors Bisque figures," Dolls.Ne-gr- o dol.s, Kid body dolls, China dolls, dolls of every description, Sad irons, Tin toys of all kinds, Bell toys, Drawing slates, Surprise boxes, Toy watches,. Soap bubble blowers, Bellows toys, Climbing monkeys, Drummer monkeys, Spider and the" fly, Chinese must go,Baskets, a com- plete line, music stands, Paper dress dolls, Toy trunks, Black boards, Tables, Roller chimes,rub-be- r rattlers, Toy banks, Xmas tree ornaments, candles, Child rockers, Doll carriages. Express wagons, Steel carts, Sleds, Buggies, Donkey riders, A. B. C. Blocks, Books all kinds, Rubber balls, Celluloid balls, games of every kinds, checker boards,Toy pistols, Fire crackers, and numerous other articles. Jnk-stand- s, , Mufflers, The most complete line of Handkerchiefs, Rugs, Umbrellas, Towels, Napkins, Stamped linens, Satiric ever shown in Hartford. A substantial gift to your son or daughter would be Remember a nice cloak, overcoat or a suit ol clothes. we have those goods at prices that can not be duplicated. Trade with IFa-ia- ? The CASH BUYERS AND SELLERS, Bros Sz, Co ec"st. HOLIDAYS - -- AFTER THE SP -- OF TH- E- BEAVER DAM SEMINARY AND- COMMERCIAL INSTITUTE 1 Opons Tuesday. Jan. 14. 1896. Strong Faculty, Good Environment, Suporior Faollltlos. strong irom the Preparatory to the Scientific Course. SHORT HAND and TYPEWRITING affords facilities inferior to no business college. The surroundings are in every way unobjectionable. EXPENSES. GOOD BOARD.rooui, fuel, etc., per wtek in private family, $2.25. Arrangements have just been perpected for furnishing nil opportunity to nil fbo want to enter a boys' CLUB, in which the estimated cost of board, room, etc., per week is but $1 35 to $1.40 Euch boy will need to supply himself The organization nnd management ol the Club with bedding, chair, etc. will be under the General Supervision of th.-- PItESIDEN l Anyone desiring to enter the Club must inform us at once, that provisions nuiy be made for him. AH classes will be TUITION IN ADVANCE. Collegiate Department, per term often weeks . Primary Intermediate Advanced JNO B. TAYLOR, Vice Pres. Baled hay for sale at Field & s. For further Information address or visit ;..,.. LVL. V , $8.00 4 00 5.00 7,00 fi. R. RAY, President. WALKRR.Ssc'y. Insurance is cheap, and you cannot afford to be without it, Good rigs for hire day or night a Fields & Holbruok's stable. n Dr. G, B. Slack, Louisville, visited Dr. K. W. Ford this week. Miss Annie Allen, Whiteavllle, was the guest of her sister, Mrs. E. D. Gnfly, this week. Only a lew of those nice young men's buggies left cheap for cub. Pirqn & Homitook. Mr Alex Foster, of the Medical Don't always be buying new pieces College, Louisville, visited his fatli. tor your old stove, but call on A. D et's family th,U week. White and get a new Move. Mr. T. J. Morton, who la attending DePaw University, at Green Castle, I id is spending the holidays with his hrotber, Mr Jasper Morton, at Poplar Bluff. Mo. Mr. and Mrs E. D Guffy and little daughter Mercedes, left yesterday for Frankfort, where Mr. Gufly will enter upon his duties aa Assistant Secretary of State January 7, 1896. There will be u watch ninlit service at the Methodist Church next Tues. day night, services will begin at 10 .o'clock Everyaneis cordially invi ttd. J a CnA.vin.Bn, p. c. Mr. U. C Barretts' Perry, closed last Friday, ami he has gone t Mallenrv wliero he will be engagi-- in the drug business, He taught a good school. und gav general Mtisfctin. Birnetl's schojl neir Is to day the veritable anniversary birth ol Jesus of Nazareth? It is question olten asked, but never We protect our customers by giving quite satisfactorily answered. Rever-e- n then the lowest prices nndbest goods; predisposition can always find try us, Stevens & Rial. suificcnt evidence to answer yes, fJkhX tV Why pay big prices lor groceries, while it is to be noted ihat the quesHnlr Vigor to keep Rial's for half tion ol itself implies a degree ot relig Li ,,gjf 1 my lialr of good get them nt Stevens ion; skepticism. Men . have even the money. MOST PERFECT MADE. color, to remove ,1 stood in pulpits with little enough, to A pun Crape Cream 'dandruff, to heal of Tartar Powder. Ties Mrs. Carrie Williams is having do to devote nn hour's oratory ta the from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. telling luiinors, ami prevent tho another story added to her house ou dif proof f it. It Is 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. lialr from fulling out. 1 never hesiquite ascertain Market Street, and when completed, that tate to recommend Ayer's medicines Jesus was born on the 25th of it will be one of t'ae prettiest houses Df ccmber ns tomy friends." Mrs. II. M.Haioiit, rtirsalo lor Taxes. the; Augustus, the emG in Hartford. Avo'ca, Ncbr. peror under whom he was born, was By virtue ol Taxe due the State of Mr. Alex Barnnett and Miss Ollle born in the sixty-thiyear belore . Anderson were mairied Wednesday him, or that Tlberous, the emperor Kentucky and County of Ohio for the callevening at the home ol J. Allen An- urder whom he died, came into the year 1895.' I will offer for sale, at the ('ColiM. House door la Hartfoid, Ky(J derson on Union Street, Rev. J. A. world forty two years, ohemonth January 6, 1895. the fol- Bennett officiating. nine days before htm. That is tosay.f on it 14 the decent habit of the world to lowing named laud., viz They aie having u very fine singPrepared by Dr. J.O. Ajtr . Co., Lovtll.Mam. AKH. In tt)in Nmj. Tim. ing school taught at West Point Bap.' ncrpt what testimony, tradition and hi lory have to offer concerning the Arnold Win W . So Take Ajer's Siraiairilla for the Conplexltn. $270 tist Church by Prof. J. R. Snyer, of birthdays of the great and therewith Andrew Win . . 165 Si Owensboro. He will give a public Brown Sam Q . . be content. 1625 740 entertainment Saturday night, DeItiscettain that as early tisthc, Bell David's heirs . Curdsville, is in cember 28. 170 I085 m Mr. H, Pruden, year 150 the date we now celebrate Brown George K town this week. Vs Mr. Ben Chamberlain, ol No Creek, was universally recognized among Burch Nancy M . 1O4 40xso Mr. Lem McIIenry, of Louisville, one of Ohio county's best farmers, Christmas without n question Budges George . a 75 So I'LAN FOn BTONK MASON WonK TOR is at home for a few days. his sild hi cro; ot tooicc of abjut Saviour's nathal day. That fact Brady Henry . . . 16 130 COOltT IIOUSi: YA1U FENCE Remember my stock of groceries, 5,000 pounds for$s. $5 und $1. The alone is all sufficcnt for succeeding Bcneto FA 1 000 3 So AT HAHTFOim, KY, tobacco cropti ot Ohio county, al- generations. and hardware is complete. Cook Ann 1 5 If all records and allus14 Beginning at tho East corner of though not ns large ns heretofore, is ions to the date of the birth of George Dean WJ A. D. White. IS 50 said yard tho stono work is to be on a l'iinsrg iwri" moue.i . a Washington were to be blotted from Davis J II 225 Mr J. V Lytic. 0 vei-l- i, i' 13 os level with the surface of the ground 319 Holiday rates on December 22. 23 all American writings earlier than Duke Fannie spending tho week with his mother. Early II L & wife . . 120 4.3S nml oi a depth of 15 Inches, to be 24 and 25th and December 29 and 30, 1000 it would besufficent for posterity MissLula Walker, of the Beaver and W 40 265 built ou a level to tho North, corner 3i, 1895 and January 1st, 1896, th U at the beginning ol the twentieth Fold Dam School, was in town several days will sell 6 5S of said lot, Iq front of Z. Wayne century the 22dof Febuary was uni- Ford W S . . . 131 excursion ticekets to points this week. . 130 5 50 Griflin A Bro.'s DrugStoro, then run on the C, O. & S. W. R.R. nt, one versally recognized, nnd that the day Farleigh James J 140 Mr. John Collins, of Chicago, visi- and one third fare for the round trip wis obsetved as a legal holiday. Gray John P 270 West to corner of yard. Stone work TMs is the best foundation we have Griffith D M & Co , . 180 ted his mother, Mrs. Polly Collins, good to return till January 3. 1896. to bo lifeet thick and 15 inches in . . 60 165 the ground. this week. This wall is to be the H.MERICK.Agt. for the authenticity ot December 25 Hudson John . . Howard George & Co.. 1 2 70 as the biitbday o: Jesus. tamo height of tho wall at the North Mary Leach, Beaver Dam, has Marriage licens: E C Jackson to tMrs. In the year 240 St. Justin Marty r, Jones John . . . 89 485 corner, and to descend ctaduallv so been the guest of Mrs. M. L. Heavrin Miss Carrie Miller, W. H. Williams the first great Christian apologist Johnson Peter 165 Las to be on a line with the 50 this week. to Miss Elva Galloway, Richard T. lop of iron the best record extant of the King Joseph'.". . . . 30 3 30 .wall on Market street. Iglehart to Miss Lizzie E. Tillord, bi ColMr. Wayne Griffin, of Centre 12 so thday of Christ was to be found in Lee fames E , . .; : . 150 Tho front wall commencing at tho lege, Danville, is spending., the holi- Willie B. Addington to Miss Ada B. the archives at Rome. Long Newton 2 70 37 West corner is to be 15 inches in the Addington, James W. Houbery to days at home. .ddressing the emperor and Ro- - Mitchell T W . . , . 1085 Miss Ada Hamilton. John W. Holland ground, 1$ feet 70 min senate, he said: "There is n McCatty Justin 330 above the surfaco thick, and 3J feet You cannot afford to burnout with- toMissLydia Coffee. of tho ground at '. . Mastersou Pat 2 cei tain village in the land of Judea, 225 out insurance. Insure with II. D, West corner. Then run South to the '.96 The following named persons have distant thirty-fiv- e stadia from Jerusa-le- i Miller J A 330 McHcnry & Son. This paid their subscription to Thk Re22 65 corner in f ront ot tho Jail. , in which Christ Jesus was born, Ohio Co Fair Co 30 MissVirgie publican since our last issue: Mrs.Smith and daughter, 120 3 65 wall is to bo on a perfect level from Will at ye can learn lrom the enrollments Render C J have been the guest of Mrs. G. II. Tanner, E. D. Guffy, D. E. Ward. co ipleted under Cytcnius, your first Robertson Amelia . . 12$ 7 65 West corner to said South corner. In Matthews this week. 18 Hartford; Jno.'. M. Bishop, Center-town- ; pi curatory in Jerusalem." In the Sharp Isaac 75 the center of this wall or about tbo 136 B. F. Clark. Rockport; W. W. y- - ir 200 Tertullian said the same Sanderfer J T 4 45 center in front of tho Court Housn Mr. Chas. L. Hardwick, of Mema 75 door a spaco of 10 feet to bo left, in 80 phis, visited friends andrelatives in Cook, Owensboro; J. S. Park, White thing: "Finally, concerning the cen- Shulten J J & Co . Run; J. C. Barnard, Plattsburg Bar- sus enrollment ot Augustus, which Simmons Chas S . . . 150 1085 which aro to bo butlt Stone steps 10 Hartford this week. racks, N. Y. 5 50 feet long and connected to said the Roman archives preserve as a Smith Thomas .92 walls, A. D. White has the most complete Sanders Win nativi165 n wall on each side oi taid steps on Last Thursday night the tobacco fai'hful witness of the Lord's a line of cooking stoves that was ever . 100 in the nineteenth Sutherland 75 lino with the ton ol said etcin. Each barn belonging to Jo T. Funk, of ty." Any man brought to Hartford. Taylor Bros . . 100 25 45 the Taffa, neighborhood, was burned. ctitury who wants more explicit Taylor Ellen M 4 35 step to show 20 inches and to lap 4 .100 Mr. Clarence Arinendt, of the The barn contained pi. of of n matter that is not of great about nine thousTaylor Dr Silas 1 IS inches and tbo raiso to bo 7 inches. .32 Pleasant, Ridge' High School, has and pounds of tobicco, farm wagon, vital moment anyway must have in Another rock wall to be made com-- . 3 30 his mind a private scheme in which Taylor Alfred . . . 200 been in town this week. buggy, cart and all his farming imTaonney I R 100 4 35 mencing at tho South, from there to world can have no pos Mr. Virge Stevens, ol Valvcrde, plements nnd machinery, all of which the rest of the 114 5145 tho beginning, tho East corner. This sible interest. Detroit Evening Triplett RS Col., is visiting the familyof his fath- were burned. Thqugh Mr. Funk Vanmetcr W S & Bro . 18S 6 55 wall, 15 inches in the cround. lAieet lives ten miles from town several of Nws, er, Mr. J. W, Stevens, near town. Ward Davis 1 os thick and the top oi this 80 wall Is to bo our citizens saw the fire. The fire was Now s the time and don't you for- Ward Joseph , 8 50 tho same height as front wall at South LOOK AT also seen at Wlutesville and Owenscorner and gradually ascend so as to get it, to insure your proprrty. Wilson John S . . . . 5 So uuuun boro. No one knows how the fire pcneci line Willi me top 01 IUO Wells Wm B 38 225 wall at East corner, the uTb Common Penplr," orignated, but it is supposed to have beginning Heavrin M L ngt for called them, do been set fire by some one Los about As Abraham Lincoln Said stone work is to be Block Heirs . . . 700 IS 15 corner. not care to argue about their ail$1,000. No insrance. Taylor Mrs. Kittie 21 6s done ia workmanlike style, strong and week: 7 ments. What they want is a mediNULI'llUll NI'ltl.Ml.H. Taylor II D's Heirs . . 350 8c per lb Bacon . . . iuo ironi oi saiu wan to 2875 cuimuuuui. cine that will cure them. The simWe have have had some examples -. as ordinary rock " " 13 00 be dressed smooth . 130 Arbuckles Coffee ple, honest statement, "I know that Moseley & Johnson 01 circumstances developing human Ilr.od's Sarsaparilla cured me," is the Bradshaw"W I 40 3 85 walls, joints to bo broko and tho work Lard 9c " " character that ought not escape the well lied together and every rock laid 22 lbs for $1 N. O. Sugar best argument in favoi ol this medi- Turner J Vagtfor felTurner Heirs . . . 100 1325 in cement except tbo bsttom or iouns Molasses . . . 25c per gal attention or the public. Obliging Sorghum cine, and tins is what many thous' lb lows have come into this end of the ands voluntarily say. Rice dation rocks, said rocks to bo of a TOWN WTS. Taylor II P ngt " " county nnd opened up establishments Beans good size or as directed by tho build 4c r Hood's Pills are the best Charles Nicholson 1 in Hartford 6 80 ing Hominy 3c " " where the stiff jointed and sour temcommittee. Said building " 830 mittee is to havo a perfect rightcomper package-Raisin- pered rheumatic could get his limbs pills, assist digestion, cute headache. Moseley Mrs Jennie 1 " Oat Meal (best) . . ami 25c " . S c per lb limbered and his temper sweeteued Smith J S assincce D S Duncan privilege to niako any chances thev 1 & stoic house McIIenry 28 40 nnd extricated. remedy was no The Dr. A. I'. Jniurft- . 10c " ' Prunes, fresh . . may deem proper. It is understood The Muhlenberger is in favor of Dr. Brown Richard r town lot $ .60 Can Peaches 15c per can great cureall, having some bombastic name, but n special remedy for rheuJames for anything he wants from his CobleGeorge'i in Horse Brancli2 80 that tho top oi wall all around is to bo toe " " Corn party. It says: Deau S M town lots Dcanfield 83 15 smoothly dretted and proper curvamatism, with the simple home-lik- e . 10c " " Tomatoes Some offtur exchanges have been Dean Guy M town lots name, rheumatic, and it is granted, " 124 75 ture to shed tho rain. We always keep the bsst quality of Dr. A. D. James safely Hoover Ida M 1 in Hartford 7 40 JNO. P. MORTON, J.O. C. C. groceries, and by buying nnd selling even by the enemies of the remedy, bi.y putting lor STRICTLY CASH we cm afford that it wns very immediate in its ef away in the Western Lunatic Asy.' Hughes Wm E 3 in Ceralvo 20 Special Com'r. 3 05 to give our customers the benefit of fects. It racist also be said, in justice In ji Nay, verily, Dr. lames is not Long W F 1 in Beaver Dam to the remedy, that its discovery was going to be shelved so easily; not Miller D S 1 in Deanfield Bucklon's ArnlcaSalvo. 117 55 the above prices. . theresultoflongaud tedious researches medicine but politics is the field of Weaver J W Tim Bust SAI.VR in for " " " 3290 Cuts. Braises, Sores, the worldSalt Ulcers, Among the leading Mr. A. D. Park closed his school t,o find a combination of chemicals his aspiration. C. P. KEOWN, S. 0. Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapnear White Run last Friday and will which would neutralize prohibition men ol his party who are just now ped Handc, Chilblains, Corns, and all IZ ' figuring so extensively in Kentucky " laws. enter Hartford College next month. Skin Eruptions, nnd positively cures We are led to believe that the hero- politics, no one possesses more of Piles, or no pay required. It Is guarBorn to the wife of Mr Lon Black, ism of even the common, everyday tl. t species or ability which ltd tore-canteed to give perfect satlsraculou 6r motey refunded. Price 25 cents per near Hortou, last Saturday week, a citizen is simply incomprehensible, it success than Dr. James. Time box. FOR SALE BY Williams & fine boy. Dr. Mitchell attended phy- when we reflect on how many of our and accident has given Dr, Hunter Bell. tf sician. thi- lead, but for that James would be r fellow citizens have riuietly and pa tiently suffered the torturing pains of th aspirant for the United States Sen. Cry C. R. Martin, the old reliable Jew- rheumatism, without miirmuror coins ut. I 4W.M.St. eler, is always ready to do your rephint, nnd would doubtless have The cat like treid of Hunter has that deep sympathy due pairing ou short notice nnd nt icasou-able- , everv sufferer, fr9m hit fellow beings, be-- n no more potent in recent affairs MrrlieU Populnrltj'. ' OwESsnono, Ivy. rates. but for the publicity given the fact by tlnn the oily tongue nnd unceasing All parties having received policies Mr James Chandler, 01 the Elkton taking this new treatment, nnd there acivity of James. Give the man Gold Crowrls $5 to $7 from the Prudential Life Insurance Training School, is spending the hol- were some who were so unwilling to Ir .a Muhlenberg his proper deserts. Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 Company, through G.B.Llkens,ngent Best set of teeth (no better made idays wiih his parents Rev, and Mrs. burden their fellow mortals with the knowledge of their sufferings that no matter how much you pay) , $8 here, unite in praising tlte Company, J. S. Chandler. " McClure's Magazine for January Gold fillings they actually preserved great secrecy $t up especially in this, that no policy con-- . taking the invaluable specific. which is not thor$1 tains a provision II, in Out the strongest feature is yet to w "I contain a selection of Eugene Platinum Alloy Houses are burning every day. Extracting, pei tooth Fi Id's child poems, 25c oughly explained at time policvis nrx D. McHcnry & Sou represent the relate. I hesitate to make the statewith potraits, from Mr. Painless extracting with Vitalized plied for. In fact when you apply for best Companies. Take out a policy ment fearing it will be discredited, Air 50c but the people are to prejudiced F ild's own collection, of the real without delay. Extracting free when Artificial insurance Mr. Likens shows you a agalnht patent medicines that they children to whom the poems relate. Teeth are ordered. Office permanent- copy of the policy you will receive, I don't want to make a fottune on have actually been holding public Tii-rwill also be an article on Field's ly located. hence satisfaction is guaranteed. . m my stives, so I sell them cheaper meetings to protest ngnlnst its sale friendships among children, iliustra- -' The Commissioners renort shows and the humanitarians who have been Nnle i'liriu than they can be bought elsewhere. that this Company, in Kentucky handling the remedy, unwilling to w.ih potraits of Field, including the A good improved farm, 160 acres, A. D. Whitk last taken before his death, force a good thing upon an unappre-clatialone, wrote 7.381 policies; nnd paid one mile from the railroad, near public have turned the people 41,486.09 in claims last year, C. L. Miller will leave for Madison-vill- c over to their predjudices and rheumachurch and school house. Will sell nc,i,r Mr. Likens is a home man and if the 27th to be under the treat- tism. cheap and ou easy terms. Call on Of South Beaver Dain School, No. you want insurance at all he will cerRheumatic is gone hut rheumatism 110, for ment of Dr E S. Baker for a growing Jno. J. McIIenry the month ending December or address, tainly pleale you. is still rampant There is something on the eyes. He will be gone severHartford, Ky. tf radically wrong with this climate and 13. '895: al weeks. Maud Mnddox 6, Ora Maddox 99, DOCTOR if the present Congressdon'tdo some, This moans You. thing to remedy it we are going to NjraTheins99' Emma Thclns 98, Mr. Hocker died at his Oklahoma. Eljlah If you are indebted to Dr. A. B. Calvin Hocker 96, Mertle Maddox 96, home near Goshen yesterday morning Father Drttry, a missionary priest, Harry Thclns 96, Tassie Qlesby 95, Baird either by note or occoiint sett'c and the reraalus werte interred in the closed a week mission at $t John, the Minnie Maddox 94, Lulle .Wells 92, same at once and save cost. Goshen cemetery yesterday evening Baptist Church',1' last Monday. A. C, Eu.13, Agent foe I'.lders Brandon and Greer arc conENOLISH Jessie Maddox 89, Mattle Miles 89, Funeral services were conducted by D Balrd. ducting n protracted meeting at New Elbert Oglesby 87, Claude Austin 81, Dec. 12, "95. Rev. G. J. Beau Baymus Church. Id Hannan, 75, Nanle Stevens 75, The Rosinc Teachers' Association Tim l.nreer( JIMI Hi Anirrlcn. had an interesting session at New Albert Theina 75, Mamie Stevens 73, Chicago, 111 I'ostnns-te- r Special. Ollie Taylor 73. Katie Harman 70, Baymus Saturday. J.T, Washington Hesing, referring to Blanton Coleman 69, hob Taylor 67. for CotMhs. Colda. the Chicago postofHce, in a recent Taylur.llruu'lt. This grade U erubased on deportand Consumption speeech at the Auditorium, made the At the home of the bride's father, ment, attendance, and dally question recitaflCQULATE THE i beyondmedicines. theIt freateif of ill following statement: "TI1I1 office is Mr. S. W. Bennett, or Andersonville, modern will (top 1 Bttsstu Maddox, Teacher. tions. STOMACH, LIVER AND BOWELS Couth In one night, check a coM In not second to, but Is equtl to New Mr. Willie Taylor was married to AND PUBIFY THE BLOOD. dy, prevent Crqup. rtUevfc Asthm. York In itsimpoitance. in the characMiss Ella Bennett, yestcrdoy evening To the aged, with with their poor and (urt Consumption If taken In BirANS TADULKa r' k V.,t Mell. time. You can't afford to be withter of mail handled, in the volume of nt 6 o'clock. la V Mr. Ollle Taylor and npvetite, feeble circulation, nnd imfar ladlcMIIti, JlllUu.a.u, Ufl4.af,C,llpaUB.l.Bata,CaraU out it." A asc. bottle may save your the (tune and in the number of regis- Miss Olive E Carbon were the attend- poverished blood, Ayers sarsaparilla UtarTraatlu, lilulaiu, lUal'aniLiLa, lire Ask your drunlit forlt Send UrxaUrr, O0aa.lt llrtalk, "d all it De not tered packages. astonished, ants. The contracting paities are Is a boon beyond price. Its effect is for pamphlet, If tlw little onej hive rtltn r la (Knack, JJ,r a4 lUa.lt. ItipaiM TabulM Croiri) or Whoonind fitmlU tal! tMtlilliff Islarkitu lu when I tell ou lint the largest patron popular young people of their IbaiuMi daltoalaeonklitutLia. ir. in to check the ravages ol time, by in me it promptly. ti turt tt eun. ol the jjostofflce in the United States and have a host of friends vjoratmg every organ, nerve, and f taka.lT6r,irctllaJ,aluliTiTaInuuailutnlk. ordrrtI Tim. IUci,JJ.,iW, .(. AtlPittibu. fcampla is in Chicago Montgomery Ward '& who wish for them a long nnd happy tissue of the body, See Ayer' AJ- - f xtffiXZtSXS&r A CiaK M1WICINM CO., HrRTPAftHEMioAL CO.. ja . m C&asubcr- St., tr, V. Ulle. bpuuce miter, vrrr YORK CUTCo." umnac for the new year, You can nlwnys find the ceries at Stevens & Rial's. best gro- somo weeks of sickness, my hnlr turned gray. I beftim using Ayer's Hnlr Vigor, nnd was. so well satis-lie- d with tho results that I hnvo never tried nny other kind of dross-lug. Itrcquircsonly 1111 occasional nppll-- I cation of ft nfter Those Cakes and Crackers at Stevens & Rial's are fine. w CEEAM www ft AYER'S lOUt BAKING ' 1 sioner of Ohio county Fiscal Court to construct stono wall a,nd fonco iron around tlio Court Houscj yard, I will VoceiVd! scaled; l)ids for construction' - of stone work until 12 m Holiday, January 1896. J Plans m Hair Vigor AIYER'S rd specifications ifttty bp had by ing upon me at my and oflice. Tho right to reject any and all bids is reserved. 'December 5, 1895. , 31 as-the- ' Js ... 33-1- s--v 1 ' ...... ... ... ... AC... ... ... ... 1 I STEVENS & RIAL Cash prices for the next f ... I. ... 22c 7c after-dinne- I2c s .... a .Loais- - Dental i - Co. never-rec- eived Pitcher's Castorla. . Children for . best-kno- ng f t'r Mefs Remedy 1 j. TABULES neigh-borhoo- d, ijua-an- ft - - (MW, v ..