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Write fr tmUf mu r, w mnmiiim IT. noTB4Co.i Tee Hmtfoeb Eepublicai. u VOL. OFFICIAL PROFESSIONAL OAIW. OMAN OF IHE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. OWKNSnOkO, KY. Will practice his profession in Daviees nnd adjoining counties, Special attention given to collections. Office, Bank of Commcrco Building. LAWYER, J.N. H. Wcdillaa:, VIII. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1896. rrotldent r"JomafraW," AnldSuitor. offather, tho girl's Harold will riot bo much a Highest of all in Leavening Power. Jns.N. Ulciui, NO. 26. Latest U. S. Gov't Report riitinPDl br prao- llttmrtitifftlriuior 0 timnfinmfouca, NobfrfrifecUnrdptfluUdiirpniliuiilDfw. No tarrina'. wrlnkiM nj.iiiiu im premimrralto.uihi.tul ifii. Wdam and ettr ladl Indomi it. 1 IjihuauiU cured. rar tntttttit if m Q .v REDUCED fruinlKtu JMM uarma LAWYERS, 11AUTF0RD, KY. (Offleei orer Andersop'a Uataar.) GLENN & WEDDING, "tint In life." "lu seems very prudent and sue-c- cs PATIENTS TREATED BY MAIL emfldtnJallf, JTnr pArtWraUn add r mi, with ntunp, CWVnnD HYUUriTMtMN.r.:.ISlUIIP ftJllIilCnfOrlQtllrMdwkjJiJCtTlUkKLItl,- Ua 1 a THE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE Write to T, 8. Qdikcbt, Drawer 1M, Chicago, Becre- tary of tlie 8tah Accidrht CourANV, fur Information regarding Accident In.ur. nee. Mention thla piper. By eo doing jou can satratxrahlp fee. Hat paid over fXWXUUU lot accidental Injuries. Do your own Agent. "Iji whnt way?" "Ho sold that if, wo wcro to marry he was Buro that tbcro was no reason why our lives should nJvcr know want." "ll'm. What makes him sq sure?" "Ho soldi ho had looked up your rating in tho commercial agencies." Washington Star. I RoYal Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE Baking Will practice their profession in ah tho courts of Ohio nnd adjoining counties, and court of Appeals, Special attention given collections. Also Notary Publio for Ohio county. 3V323 Wi ' JTTBIEY hh MO M8D1CAL EXAMINATION KHQUIltltft .The Lexington Business College. (INCORPORATED.) SSI nijrbMl nil aliased MYXIIRKIl rr.K8IDh.NT OP TUB THAN8VAAL Knuonii, miVUDLIC, SOUTH AFRICA. if B till li sBBfIBBB tawa n cfjjfflBiBrJliI EBB CUT OFF UEli TRESSES. A Bold Tramp Robs a St Louis Girl of Hor Hnlr. THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH. (CmmeUd wUk fat StUA.d M, CqIUq ) When Ml.a Zertanna Hefu.pil to Give rier Ulrtjr M.llor llftr Onta Ua Clipped Off llrr Klne llrald with i llutclier Itnlfp. OfflrUl B4urwMMil.-D!rL- O bj tti (JoTrmor of tht (om laufbt Artul )rwllr from atari toorflntih No Ttxt IkxiK No 1'wpjloff. Hualneaa rrara practical uarlnifiit lf rt arronntant oiptrlenca a book an it iiiunravf AWAttn mp wotiriviv CO. LtJMHIA KXPOftlTION to 'An.triran Bye. ot lihortlitnl," taught In thU lolUse, and tm titadef lllKbat t.nt!rnirnt to thafrom tb till IH rrpurMr), aulbori Brtmtatan of thU riira TKI,KJ UAT II T JVpartmtnt rndoratd hy Train JHtpatctwr ant Kailna rat way and rout ran Im Thf Only Mrliool In tho itorld optrailnir a romrlcta , Jlailwajr tyitem (or the OnoAl nf lit tU(lntt INI)1IIIITAK I'HACTlrAI I NT It I' Nu (1am nrk. 73,000 00 UuarMt tbat our tollr I a or vnonty rrfunaVtl I lmMt Mt.tV rrrrntM, tltII.I)lVi.ond,rrrUd and fnrnUhnl ly ua to mri tho ninlrmfat of our frurilcal itr rn nf ntrutt(on,SFirii If rat, Urfrl I A git U IVatUn. rtrtt wntllatlon Tha larml an t mott pr fret lr rqntppl BaalnrM 0tlra ilulldlnff niovnouin. iituiiraifn vaiaiofoa irra, .U4rrM C, V, CALHOUN, rrlnclpal, lxliiVton, Uj. nctUMHENOEO agirtn-at- armv or tucctMful ituJtntt, whoM aalarlM HI lu Imadreda of annum tlutaant1a of dollnr Ilnal-nr- a ty ItOOli.HKr.l-I.oi- Yesterday Miss Dora Zcrtanna, a Vrlglit oun woman residing with Louis, was tho owner of the most luxuriant suit ot huir In tho wliolo country ndjnccnt to Forest park n suit ot hair ttiat was nt onco licr joy and pildc and U10 cny ot her less fortunato (.Istcrs una associates. bIio mourns U10 loss of her flow ing locks olid the police tire scouring the country In scorch of tho iniscrcuut who Is for the outrage. At ten minutes before noon MIes Zertauim wui) In tho kitchen of her homo preparing dinner for tho family, all of the members ot which were uhscnt from tho house. Hit father, Charles Zcrtnnna, u carpenter, had returned from his work only a few minutes before I'jndinghisdlancrnot jet ready, he started otcr to Chi fan atcnuc, only two fcipiarcs uuuj, to buy some nnlls. John Lawrenic, a iounjj man who had been calling ut the house, had lccn gone about SO minutes. MUs Zertannn. Unu left alone, was hastening to gut tho dinner rcudy. .She, wan leaning oier tho ttoe, with her back to the door, when somebody opened it and entered tlie kitchen without mony. it was a ouogJnun, apnarc; ly 11 tramp. IIu wim roughly .dressed nnd his trousers were too nhort. IIo wore u bluek slouch hat, carefully pulled down oer his ejeii. AfUT reassuring himself that nobody oxcepttiio oiiug wouiuu was present, he adianced towards her uud grufily ikiuumled that thu give him 50 cents. "1 ha e no money," ilcclaretl Miss Htiiumonlng all tho courage sho could und looking squurely Into Uiq man's fuse, which hud been bluikeiicd for the occasion. Tho tramp repeated his dennfnd, and tho frightened jouug wom.111 declared die had no money. Then I'll luko It ouf. of jou," exclaimed tho tramp with great emphasis Fit. lo-da- y ly tr her parents nt 4371 DonoMin ncnue. kpr ird I Hft inn iflli'jir,.tO!Sc, tt r. tin.urTKiiicd i. Xtiiof .1'hutivrvht.t Itmmirn uiiH - t eni a iir. ui.lli'nufc. c 'JJjJ fw jri ih. lofrirunpimilnii 4J1 at to . fee l.,r ruuitri: Tu '(( v ' "5 ' 1 w"I i f to ciiffril ;jii imlii (. . Im "'"rtv.i inttnt(ir maa1 (l Mir." r.m i'll" tn. Ml rucitnuul tiitri. atMricllj tunnjtnllr.i. !iee ntuntt TnJt m ' . rl j. '. t,ljlrcj 'UmMODI mi kimi lltTK and a'l PMent My M IS dcuco ot next door. The tramp, who was slow In In departing, witnessed her exit, and as ho reached tho lattice work which separates tho front from tho back yard, turned carelessly around, smiled In a taunting manner and walked away. Tho alarm was sprcud throughout tho neighborhood, ahd Mr. Zertanna, who reached tho houso a monment later, ran wildly Into tho street to look for the miscreant who had done his daughter such a grievous wrong. Hut no trace of him could be found. He disappeared as mysteriously as he haul come. The w hole neighborhood turned out to search for him, nnd the police were notified at onco and joined in tlie chase, but no clew to tho perpetrator of the outrage could be discovered. Miss Zcrtnnna is a comely young woman of 21 jenrs, and a decided brunette. Her great beauty lay In her hair, and it was tho talk of the neighborhood, and her distinguishing feature among her friends. Whenever sho attended a ball and woro her tresses loose, as she frequently did, they were tho admiration of all beholders. Extraordinarily long and glossy, they hung almost to her knees. Both she and her parents bcllecthat tho deed was done by some person acquainted with this fact, nnd that tho blacking of the man's faco was done to prevent recognition. Tho clothing, ft Is thought, mny have been worn for the occasion, nnd tho demand for money may have been mode as a pretext for the assault which followed. The police aro using every means to capture tho lnUcrcan t. "Mrs. 'Thompson, Arlatocratlo Ilena. ROMANOE OF A WIQ. County Directory. Neighbor What beautiful hens yon Storjr with Clinracterlatlo I'arlalan Slnckup. have, Mrs. Traglo landing. Mrs. Stucjkup Yes, they aro nil ImCltlCUIT COURT. A tragla ending to a comic sccno In ported fowls. Hon. W. T. Owen, Judgo Owens" sot I 1'aris has resulted In the hcrolno of tho u Hclghborr-Yodon't tell mo ndtentura being convened to tho suppose they lay eggs every day? In a cry precnrJous state, while boro. Mrs. Stuckup (proudly) They could the hero Is securely under lock nnd key Hon. J, Edwin Rowo, Attorney' cirdo so If they saw proper, but our nt tho denot of tho tirefccturo of police. Oentboro. cumstances nro such that my hens are) turned on some silly j Tl n whole affair not' required to lay eggs every cloy,-TcJ. W Black, Jailer -- Hartford furred stupid horso ploy about n wig. Slf tings. G, B. Likens, Clerk Hartlorii.V A ycvingman had been fascinated by ilfT I Tlie Pertinent Qoerjr. tlii) attractions of p. girl a few j cars hli B. D. Riugo, Master Commissioner How lonr, oh, Lord, how long until junior, and had asked to bo permitted Hartford. Of foreign "Jukes" wo have qur nil. to pay his attentions to her, but sho And Yankee maidens, bright und car. G. B LikenB, Trustco Jury Fund xi vn byrto means disposed to return the i To all these "ferrln" dudes will say! " Let others o'er your lordship fuss. compliment, as ho .had beconio very Hartfoid.. The Yankee dude'U do tor usl" bald through illness, and, as the object -- U A. W. Bulletin. Cal. P. Keown, Sheriff Hnrtford. Deputies Samuel Keown Hartford JOHNNY'S HAD IIRUAK. tfS53355" 1 I Joe Roberts, Fordsville; 'Thos. R. Bishop, Ceutertown; S. T. Stevens, Cromwell. p Court convenes first Monday in March and August and continueathrco weeks, aud third Monday in May and Novctaber two weeks., -ios-plt- nl xas JT AW IIAUTFOIII), KT. Wilt practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given r collections. Oflico east ildo of puM square M. L. Heavrin. Shelby Taylor. , i , ii . HEAVRIH & TAYLOR, Mlorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. 1 Will practice thier profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, next door to Bank of Hartford. Perry Westerfield, Attorney at Law. Beavek Dam, Ky. R. E. WEDDING " COUNTY COUItT. John P. Morton, Judgo Harttord. Hartford', Ky. D. M. Hocker, Clerk Hartlord. , Will practice his profession in all E. P. Neal, Attorney-Hartfor- d, Court convenes first Monday in tho courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. each month. Office, iu Commercial Hotel. QUAItrrjRLY Vl Attorney at Law, COUUT. ) '' .' Johnny Did they hurt you much at the lodge Saturday night, papa? I'apa No, Johnny; why do you ask? Johnny 'Cause I heard. Mr. Johnson say jou wcro about half shot. Puck. Tho Imnlld I say, old dear, are there any lift) of thoso cigars you bought me for my birthday gift? His Wife Yes,seeral; butl thought you didn't like them? Tho linnlld Well, jou see I'm dying for u smoke and the doctor told me this morning 1 must on no aicountjnkoany tobacco. Loudon 1 tin. (lullant llonbt. nn turn a plain A trno o Imputation upon eraciiy Into a A ladj once bald to compliment. a Frenchman who was comp'imentlng her on her jouthfulnppenrance: "Hu, sir, I nm 10 years old!" "Mndamc," answered the Frenchman, "lbcllee'only Kalf what 1 hear, '' ' ' and that makes ii deli-eatyou-SOt- The Wretch. , . Where They All Go. Yeth'nr- - .M 1L 4 c ett I wi.TreT.rr man and woman In th .Jnltai Itat.c nt.raitrd In tLo Opmm ami Wbltkr ablW to Wrlto Mo.t Lettera In linellih. s of all tho letters which pnss through the post ofllces of ,tho world nro written by and sent to people who SDeak Knirlish Two-third- Teacher Tardy ughin, Jounnyl 1 j;oiicu lull onn cf inr books on IhMo di. .net. Addrtia It. II. Uooll.y, All inla, Ua. Hax trj. and oaa wt!l b tant 70a (ran. Zcr-tunii- u, &t. " ' V 5 ' 18S DBNTIST. Is prepared to do all kinds Dental work at ruasonahla prioes. Offioa over J. V. Ford & Co's Feed Storo. or two GOOD MENin each county to tako ordcru for 11 CHOICE line of NURSERY POTATOES. STOCK or SEED Wo Stock and Soed guaranteed. eivo you steady oniploymcut with GOOD pay. Itwillcort yxu nothing State when writ to give it n trial ing wliich you prefer toU. AdilniKS, WANTED SALESMEN PULLS A MAN OFF THE TRACK. llcrolo Llttlo Woman l'erforma u Orrat Act tu a gulet Way. A wonderful piece nf heroism was displayed the otljer eienlng by a slight littlo woman who alighted from tho flectrla car at Larrabee and Menominee Rtntts, In Chicago. Scarcely had she reached tho sidewalk, when a drunken man, who was eudcaiorlug to cross the street, fell directly orer the track. Ho woo too intoxicated to ri'so and lay motionless, unheeding n north-boun- d car which just then camo speeding along. Without a second's hesitation, the woman stooped and, while shouting to tho grlpman to stop, managed, with almost superhuman strength, to drag tho prostrate form,off tho track only just In time to escape tho wheels of the car. Tho'ncxt moment it camn to a standstill and a dozen men were helping the drunkard on his feet and shaking hands with tho bravo little heroine. She refused to give her name, and merely- - remarking: "I suppose (omo poor mother or wife will be thankful to me," walked towards Clark btrcct. .Teacher 1 don't know; wliaiso become of that boy. What do j ou become of 3 ou, Johnny, If you Jtcep onrthis Wrly? dall'll hire me out Johnny- -1 I to tho dlMriek messenger olllccl 'Chicago 'liecord. Johnnj " ' I sup-jpose-'ll exc' "Tliy slender wnistl" he exclaimed, so ul fully. A rloh flush stiffused her cheek. "What." she faltdred. "are jou going . , to do npojit jtv ' And perhaps he didn't do a Tribune. I err Large, Indeed, "Poor Brown must havo been terribly Injured." "What makes you.thlnk so?" "Tbnt.closo-fistrold fellow Jorklns says the wound looked to him to be about tho'slzo of a nlckell" Chicago Record. thlng.-JJcUolt d How He Clot Alioot It. third Monday in MACE A DABll at ins wio. January, April, July aud October. of his nlTcctlons concisely put it, sho court or claims. w ould never dream of marrj Ing anyone Convenes first Monday in January, w Itli no hair on his head. Tho youth meditated oer his dis- and Tuesday after tho fourth Monday comfiture, and then a happy thought H .lied upon him. He would repair tho in October ravages of unkind nature by a recourse other COUNTY QFl'IOERa. to art, and forthwith he w ended his G. S. Fitzhugh, Surveyor Sulphur wsytoahalrdrcsser's shop and becamo tho delighted possessor of a wig with Spiings. curls and lo clocks and elaborate parti N. C. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. ing In front and behind, which, aa ha Z. H. Shultz, School Supt. Hart-lor- d, fondly hoped, would produce the Impression on tho heart ot tho f obdurate joung woman. L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur Thus adorned, he proceeded that evening to a restaurant where sho was Springs. Mrs. Mizelluv Tanner, Poorhouse dining; with some friends,' but'ohls horror sho noonly burst out laughing Keeper, Hartford. when, ho appeared on the scene, but JUSTICES' COURTS. presently inudo a, dash nt his wig, "which sho toro off," revealing his deFordsvilli;. J. A. Bowling-Barr- ett's nt d&l head to' tho- astonished gazo of Ferry, March 10, Juuo 15, the party. Tho jouth endeavored to wrest tho wig from her grasp, and so, September I4, December la. BurORI). Ben F, Graves March finding heiself hard pressed, tho fair. 'rmitdctf passedtt over to one of her com- - 30, Juno29, September 28, Decern unions, wno tossed it to tnaotneriao ber 28, Harti-ord- . and then' as, Ignorant of of A S, Aull March 2, t'..p fac,t, ho ytjll struggled, bIio dealt Juno 1, September 2, December 2. jnm n siap 111 tna iacc. Woodward Rosink. 0. L. IleiWe himself With dlsappolntmen March 13, June 13, September 13, nnd vratM, th& 'yoilng man snatched a December 13. lh'f? Jom,tho tahje. and ere the spec- Jont B. Wilsoir Cromwell. tutors of tho sceno could Interpose ho Ihral btnbbrd tho girl In the.neck. Cries March 9, June 8, September 7, Deof dismay now resounded, instead of cember 7. 1 dr 1 1 Begins on the W. H. BARNES AT Hartford, Ky. practice his profeeeion in all courts of Ohio and adjoining counties aim Court oi Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office next door below Commeri cial Hotel. x- - WILL Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in all th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Careful attention will be given to al Colbusiness entrusted to his care. lections n specialty. Office with the county Attorney. Also Notary Public O. 3x41. BAENE1T, E3. DF. JSTE3-c2Lll- a, Attorney at JC HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in the Courts ot Ohio and adjoining conn-tie- s. Special attention given to collections. Office in Courthouse. (Connly Attorney) ( was led summoned, and while nn custody tho girl was taken to tho hhonrof neighboring drtigglst, pertdln; It is Iwr tremoal to the ,'hbspltal. icJred that sho will not recover. ROOSTER AS WITNESS. r.itraimtlnary Trttlmony Introduced In V m tt,ivti,,o1a nf ImiirMiin tihlpli hflil lilther- p.,Cnt.the nlr, luVthe young womonfell fainting to the floor. , Tho police, wero Aitorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. col" given SPECIAL attention abstracts,to Ac, making also Notary Public lor Ohio County. Office North side of public spure. JNO. H. WILSON, V' 3 Whan Vfhea When Whan Dab was sick, ire gavo her CaatorU. ahe was a Child, aha cried for Castorls. ahe became JItat, she clung to CaatorU. ahe bad Children, ahe gave thara CaatorU. J. R. PIRTLE nOe'drKla'Law Court. Sanguine. . , t No 0 C UWKR NURSERY Rociiisteu, N Y. tun CO WANTED: St end tnntwonln orlivl'" to travrl in Kentucky lor ralalilislietl, relialili Salary 3750 and expeutes bnusfl. Steady ptniiion. Enclose reifrencf sliuiippil euvelovrd and The Dnininiou Cninpiiny.Tliird Fltmi lMGt Oiun.lia Uldg., Chicago. mmmrnmi Uka.prHlir, MIiIh .V illllii-iil'ri- l II II. - s She Best Line betweenAND Louisville Memphis. Also from nnd to Cin ti and Pvansyille, ft 4t 71 E& Do notpurchrsen Ticket '" ? . North, East, South or Woat Until you have consulted au Agent of the 0. tf 0.&S.WMI R. UMITItD TRAINS, PULLMAN UUri'ET SLUKPERS, MODERN EQUIPMENT .If 4? ohh Kchols, T. B. Lynch, Gen, Fass.Agt Gen, Mgr. LOUJSVILLR. KY, SAVES HER FATHER'S LIFE. , Kate Morgan, of Kjr., rrorea -vlloraeir a Little Ileroluo. J. C. Hedges, of Augpsta, Ky., tells 11 pretty story of hcrolo Kato Morgan, Hi: CUT OFF THE OIUL'S HAIR. I wno ines ten miles bock of Augusta. Nee Unougli. on the lost word, and sprang forward Lato thc,jothor night Mr. Morgan, I "Ho didn't have tho sand to'propose, and seized her by tho throat. . , thinking robbers were on his premises, did be, Hcssle?" Miss Zertonna was too badly fright"Yes, but sho r?jr;etoJ him, Sho uttcmpU-to take down his gun and ened to scream, but she fought her sold that w hlie ho had tho sand tojiro-pos-o idiot himself. Tho wound was trifling, nndstroqtoremoo except 4liat (ho bullet cut aeln, .and he didn't haetthc roclai to marry." his bands. Hut ho was morp- than her Vorirnn wiuitsuro to bleed to death. Uorpcr'a Magazine. master. Grasping her roughly, by tho Tlu other" a dead and tho oldfcst girl ' ) ITInnncliilljr Conildcre'd! t shoulders, ho turned her completely .uti ln nlldl. It wns ten miles tp Au- ' Pat Sure, unt fliatifcoort ov a bufd'Is "" around, and In a twinkling hail torn ffllkln. lntJ 'Ih in.LAiirl)il .lininliln. that trqyln'.to sing wid tho cofikles.lu fiom her ears a pair ot gold carrlnga , assisted her sister to her father's pldc! ' his t rout v wmcn ner lumer nuu jri-ner jviicn wHert. , piwcs f ttotU;sho stopped rarmer--Tliat- 's a guinea hen. alio was only a baby, and whlch'sho the flow of blopd. Kat tot-oa horse Bhe's' ' PftH-ulneii hlhl Falxarf prized far above their Intiinslo worth. ,,nn(J rotlo fo Augusta? It at " "" not worth 1t. lllchmond Dispatch. AlTaln seizing her by tho throat, ho ,,inlght. It wa rninmg'andfchewas tuj; otiN40j cKOwsn vociruiousty. . ..) TTTT . .. .. . drew forth a long and shining blade. BOi,MllK ot bl,t the,uion,vutshe fomid Mb uura airrnuj. ti ddiioits npparenUy a butcher . knife ground ,u.illosltlnn.4ho started baclt.iuro'bea reddler-t-Wutit bollow-.this it tVe'A' tleiojved on tlio latter to provo ody down to a line pojut, an,l with U tec-- , tht doctor i'a'udnutesMtwaayortuimte-- , u fine pair 1'lMet thctr owneTSliip. morning. slrJf sawed back and forth on her tljiclc for! the liirjilunslstei-wtn- . you 'hnvo fer- , Ono of tho brightest lyoung lawyers exhausted braid of hair until it was completely v. Man of tho' House You're ioo late. , y'ns.cond.uctlng tl'odofvnse.andihovery uj, tho fifhJJVdlfewas-savc'- J. . " ooercd. Calmly replacing tho weapon My wife had. twins thlsThdniing.r N. .ngeplovslyTuceginevideaKeth. .'iT .. n . ' . In ASTnONOfvlSO'rfF FOR" JAPAN, la his pocket, and thrusting rooavr, x. nevoruer. v uominio . v another, ho walked out of tho rear door, , whlcli "Uelonged'to tho defendants, lu . "' T" Tko I'enn.nent. San'. Tot., th.' turned the corner of tho house and order to show tho similarity in appear-nuee- -. "nave , j t, started for the front gate. . JVf "the 'u'nUerslty of ' JnweyY" you goto permanent position, between his jopstershlp and tho Miss ertanna, Bh.v,erlng In every CanforuIa ilhu lho 0uond board of was "I Jhlnlc so. Snip & Co, hayoem-ploye- d susnyctcd chlckeps. This rooster fiber, ran screaming from the.kltclwn., education gho their consjnt a party of me to collect your account with lord of tho barnyard on tho pluce whero and bolted through an openlng.ln Uio fll,0.,ome wl c Mho two boja lived, niul tho disputed fo S fence Into tho rear vorA ot the t(sl- - May 20 to folio obsenafloiw npd phc-- I them." narper'a. Bazar. were so very much like him, ' ' ' chickens nnd others Ue, thut no ono 117 tbo Card. tojrtapHif Of the total eclpSo ot tho in color.i I doubted they ora,ilUncaL descend-unts.an- d Brace Von Pelt told mo stm jtttat'Winitaka place .UigustO. Tiloro IT'S A MILLSTONE belonged to tho defendants. younc tharj uiiial Interelit'altaehes to thoex- - vvaa the roost glftedi'llanhnover met. . , About-.- a .. I Oagley W'll. he's a connoisseur., Thd'rooster.'when put on tho'stand, man's nock to bo a' peditidn; itcfmise rrpf.tchtfrlea .f ' sufferer from ner, , rowedooifcroUsly, as If to proclaim tjib.ChayotbAtp'ry, oak-lan- ' K. Y. World. vous exhaustion, nertno accused, nnd furJias aeu,tedut lnJfttjfj.HViuoto-graphi- c the innocence vous debility, impair-On New Year' Mar. nished ;auch. amusement to the court. apparatus, wlth'whijdiilsex-jwcte- d d memory."1 low spirits, Irritable tem"I've made a splondld resolution." thats results "noVcr 'tx'ojut-tallie- d After hcarlpg all tha evidence, tho per, and tbo thousand "What's that?" judgo discharged thoprlsoaers and told Junctures of 'the (tu'tt's corona and one ilerauaemenU , tho prosecutor that, whllo It was r "Not to moko any." ot mlud ana body will bo'sceored from, rrue ho had Tost his chickens, yet ts inade; uf) of I'rp.'ffJrBchiiolH tha.t result unnatural, pernicious crlo, of,(his4T,Iek obser'a,toryi;tPrpf, ha waa convinced that they had be- '.Reports ,como Uio prey of owls or 'possums. habits contracted U. S, jiuroKiwuor, ivr. u, Li, enueonu Louis, j The tnrougu ignorancs. Mosteni ,8uch uauiu pwulUIn show Royal Baklnz Powdv A Dig African Hirer. loasof manly, pan er. ' OU It. li.atern Kenraokr. superior to all;dthcn. pro- wreck the constuutlon'andisoinetimes Tha Icnirth of tho Congo Is believed ' ' ' duce aoftonlng of the brain, lepilepay, pa- . . beln(fn)udei'pr.pjt-tenslvoirbs'peetlng.fPreparations uro to exceed 2,000 miles, nnd It'dralns an rair.is, nuu evci. uimu iubuuij. oil ln,ten'cbun-tle- f S' area ot 600,000 squara miles,, In Its To reach, and restore such unfortunate, to health and bapplneu-- U the lower course It Is, frenuently more. than in castefn Kentucky next spring. aim ot the publtahers of a book written In The indications of tho existence, of THU NATIONAL BUSINESS COUJGE five miles lu width. plain but choata language, on tho nature; valuable'oll Jlelds In that region nfr symptoms and curability, by hoino treajtr and School of Telegraphy of Delaware, u. said to "bo promising. tnent, of such diseases, ThU book' will be cffei a course FREE to nil who will eater sent scaled, in plain eavelojie, on receipt of full particulars beta a Jsny. 15, 'W Iloanty for Bilk. ten cents la ilamps, for postage. Addresa, World's DUpensary Medical Association, In 1709 n 2 J per cent, bounty was paid1 addr ess, the Protldent Dolsware, ,Oblo. 'LMAY, 888 Mala Bt, Buffalo, N. Y, oy ingianu on American-madsilk, self-mad- smtmtcjjs: Hisstgs? Aug-uita- Strawber ;Vhat,1yoi1.'Q known her only two w eck's and aro engaged to her, That's .doing well. ' ' '" SIngcrly It Isn't half so well as I expect to do after wo are married. Detroit Frco Press. . 'Onl lllmaeir to lllame. iMr. Belllngham I hear, that young e ftrv.Gurloy claims to bo! a man. , Miss Mlllwnrd Wcll.everyonolnow that he has made a fool of himself. ''' Hay City Chat.V I Ilrglii Ilie.Vcw Yenr Might. In the county court nt Sylvunln. Oa., a very extraordinary and amusing wit- A? nil of our merchants square up liuss wns Introduced in a stealing cose their old boobs, and begin a new set tho first of his kind, perhaps, that has This with the beginning of the New Year, . ever nonennid In arty rourthouse. .ri.nlnl,, mmlnr. Two neirro their patrons should make and Wsemprosecutcdfor stcallngchlck- square accounts. The honcub from aiiomer negro. 1110 prose- est man has no better trieud than the cutor proved that his Chickens were Tulsalng.jnnd'hef claimed to havo Identi- merchant, and you should show your fied them In the yard of tho. accused. appreciation, if indebted, by calling HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. and settling a portion, at least ot Is prepared to do any and all kind your account, Aside from personal of Dental Operations. Prices most feelings this is only business. reasonable. Office, over Williams & Democrat. Winchester Bell's Drug Store. Vitalized air or laughing air adSutherland's Ragle Uye Salve is ministered for painless extraction of new npd original in style of package teeth and medicinal qualities, Itiinotou-l- y tt cure for all kinds' of sore eyes is guaranteed to give satisfaction as Popular Magazines an ointment for old sores, piles, etc. ,.. DENTIST ht Z Wayne Griffin & Hro. - & 9 FOR THE HOME. ut .,. fr; a 'e 1 Dee Davis, ot Sanderfurs crossing, was summoned to the bedside o'f her sick sister, Miss Eelle Davis, of near this place. Dud Morris is quite sick. The mettini' at Shroader Schools Miss home friends Branch Miss Alice Morris has returned Irum a few weeks visit to and relatives near Horse ' JIMIO lJg7f ylfrlT iTTfct BsCwi5trir.,- 7- &? I 9 tho-hal- r 1 r, utoio-mention- "".."- mcetlntr fhe . ZZTHuvSni . liastSun- - nt Marvlus Chapel closed last wi ek with 24 conversions and 8 Additions John Allen Im at Beaver Dam in the Juiiku.. employ ol Taylor Bros. ...... Burck-haltl-r- d, 0-t CURES BLOOD POISON. I per-hu- Gov't or FBEE!1 FREE!" CURES s s " ( Contains each Month t Orlgln.1 W.tar Color ( frontispiece 1 I2S Ou.rtpP.ges ol Reading lllualra. lions I Store Uterary.Mattsr and American tlona than any other Magatlne In JScts.i J Year. P FRANK LESLIE'S OPULAR MONTHLY J. FOR Frank Leslie's Pleasant Hours FOR BOYS AND OIRL8. A Rrlgbt. Wholesome. Juvenile Fullr Illustrated. Tho best writer, (people contribute to IC luci..; aKall AL1 suaacairaiun 3CROFULA. Ifonthlr. for young . ajrear. au fill THE Hbeutil.IL.AN. Hartford. Ky. Frank Leslie's popular Monthly Mauazlno and THE REPUBLICAN both one year Frank Losllu'ii for S3. So. Ploasltnt Hours for boys Und girls and THE nEPUBLICAN both for one year for $2.00. s r " m Undoubtedly the Best Club Off riMUMnaHauu, lo OTSni A rroa iuumItoI44 irn)'i tfa. for il llnnri. "l bib rasra. I ECZEMA, TETTER. CANCER, -- lt Children Cry for v e Pitcher's Castorltu , A i k JjM'" L ' , Suyi- - jfjKBT" ""I'i" vv T SL " !!'. Photographer Taylor will make pic-in Hattfotd every Monday and 8- -t McIIenry on Tuesdary'a. ' all wm Si W' tfl lifi1 aaaKSHLfl 4's''s. ' " w ' w- . .kw rm t, ,j - 'VM'I3 JalBPalMa Ti!aT?aaiilai1i PW.WH ' V ? Hurlford Republican UULIB1IKI) NAM A. liVKUY ' I- II' FIIUIAY MOHNINQ AMU:ilSO. ...i:ltlnr. Subscription, $1.25 poryoar. anyway. Friday, January 24,1896. i.i lipi mil 1. 1.11 ml .!" T is 110 understanding between Mr. Clovcland and tho Morgan bond syndicate, and then niavbo Robin Hood there Is. ItV a ten to 0110 shot that News tho syndicate gets lots of theso bonds, -! II PI i '.' ', g M II Mayiir there mar? HARDINSBURG. Gives tho From His Town. n r' N y: Once a Kinsis zephyr sttnyed Ohio county's Representative, the A'Suggootlon About Holdlnga Whereahrasveyed bird-puplayed, -A- NDAnd that fooluh canine bayed Primary. Jon I3t,ACKiiui!N ought to write n Hon, O. M. Harnett, Is taking foreAt that zephyr in a gay, book 011 "How I lost my confidence most rank among tho Legislators at Semi. Idiotic way. Frankfort. Misses Bessie Harableton and Veva JIo has been placed on Then that zephyr in aliont In being Opona Tuosday, Jan. 14. 1800. to tbo Scnnto." several important Committees, and Is Miller, of Cloverport, were the guests Hall a iiflv took that dud. Tipped him over wronij side up, Strong Fnoulty, Good Environment, Suporior Faollltlo3. Tun falluro of tho Queen of Korea always iound at his post of duty, of Mrs M. H. Beatd last week. Then It turned linn Inside out, County Judge William Ahl was In to stay dead may result In seriously battling far the rights of tho people. All classes will be strong trom the Preparatory to the Scientific Course. And it calmly journeyed tltencc Cloverport last Saturday. Judge Ahl SHORT HAND and TYPEWRITING affords facilities interior to no busicomplicating eastern affairs. With a barn and string of fence. There will be no difficulty in ob- is one of our most popular officers. ness college. The surroundings are In every way unobjectionable. When communities turn loose Why doesn't Mr. Cleveland Invite taining good and rcprcscuUtivo men EXPENSES. The prince of clothing drummers, Social fotces that produce Too Pulitzer and Charlie Dana to cat to represent tho Fourth Congressional GOOD nOARD.room, fuel, etc., tier week In private family, 2 25. ArMr. A. X. Klncheloe, of this place, is The disorders ol .1 gale, rangements have just been pcrpectrd for furnishing nn opportunity to all a reconciliation dinner at tho W hi to District in thoNational Convention at on the road this week. He makes Act upon tue law: who want to enter a boys' CLUI1, in which the estimated costol board.rooni, Fact the breeze, but close your aw. House? St. Louis. Quito a number of prom Bowling Green, Hopklnsvllle and Each boy will need to supply himself etc.. per week is but $l .25 to $1.40. It's a rule th it w ill noi tail. inont Republicans have signified their other prominent towns In the South with bedding, chair, etc. The organization and management ol the Club If you by it in a gny, Anyone desirIs retiring tho base ball actors ono willingness to act In tho capacity of western part ol the State on this trip. will be under the General Supervision of the PRESIDENT. Sell. sufficient sort of way, ing to enter the Club must inform us nt once, that provisions may be made Now let the dolcgate. good step was taken. Whooping-cougprevails here and The party, howcvcr,should It will land you. without doubt, for him. public irost drive the pugilist actors consider well beforo selecting. Upside down und Inside out. We several youngsters are out of school TUITION IN ADVANCE. from tho stngo and it will bo another. should as a result. f3have men who advocate sound Collegiate Department, per term often weeks A couple of colored gentlemen re4 00 Tint Fashion. ) Primary ot tho Now that our sympathy for tho money, a strict construction KosAMom 5 00 Hateful f ishloit U ddng more to Preparatory Department I Intermediate Monroe Doctriue, and a protcctivo cently engaged In a fight down at bepoor Armenians is, in somo cases, 7- Advanced destroy the health of our young wo Cloverpoit. One struck the other on Mcllcuryftlnnderfil. tariff law after the order of that rep ing accompanied by tho cash contriE. R. RAY, President. For further information address or visit A few weeks ago the Kentucky In- men than any one tiling. I know the head with the blade of a hatchbutions, thcro is reason to hope that resented by tbo McKinley Bill; and et. The hatchet, we understand, was dustrialist' published a long article what I sav may JNO B. TAYLOR, Vice Pres. LUL V WALKER S:c'y. tall shoit ol Its aim 'JS." some practical good will bo done, in raoro than this, our delegates should well nigh demolished. about McIIenry, which was indeed, but cuise on n man who will not ex. ' bo men who aro not afraid to express spito ot tho Sultan. Miss Catharine Morris Eskridgc an Injustice to the good people ot that press himself. I w.int to assail the their opinions on theso question, has been tendered the position as town. We 'know the people of habit of lacinjr It is a terrible evil Hon. Chas. Blauiord, Speaker of oither in public or in private. This teacher of vocal and to be among the best in the and destroyer of health and beauty. Instrumental to HERNDON-CARTE- R the llouso of Representatives, evident- idea of a man seeking a representative music in the Breckinridge Normal county aud such an Insult ns that was These dajs we INCORPORATED observe wasp-lik- e We handle every thing on commission, and do the largest business, having more ly feels tho full forco and cflcct of position, and who wb!lo seeking it, College and has accepted the same. enough t put to shame the entire waists on eveiy hund. Every time buyer than other houses. Careful, prompt, and honest dealing is tho secret of that old and trite saying, which runs will not express himself clearly on She has just returned from Louisville, county. Mr. C R. Martin, the we turn a cornet there Is the sure litour success. Correspondence invited. Price currents mailed free, 313-31- 0 "Uneasy rests the theso points, is repugnant to Rcnubi where she has been studying music Murrell Court und 110 Third Stroet, LOUISVILLE, EY. as follows, viz.; correspondent trom this tle wasp, now it mikes us tdui icier! head which wears tho crown.'' licanism. under Mrs. Katharine Whipple Dobhs. place, took the matter up and correct- But in this day when all things Rive This place was well nigh overrun ed the urticle which was reproduced away to fashion, it is needless to tell Ubllnnrjr nrMnnao Rnmlcr llnllarll. Jut. I'rhituiir. "Of all sad words of tonguo or pen, The business public nie requested by legal gentlemen from the city of in the Courier-JournaThe article our girls how lacing iuurcs the At the home of Mrs. Bettie Samlets IIAI1IT. Tho saddest was these: Jan. 13. The health of this com- Owensboro last week. Messrs. Geo. said the noise on Sugar Hill was loud lungs, heart, stomach, and the arter- on St. Ann Street, Owensboro, Ky., to call at the office of Tint It might have been." and see samples of its work in munity Is very good nt this writing. W. Jolly and Allen Deane, counsel In enough to be heard three miles and ial system. They close their eyes occurred the death of her oldest Theso well known words of the poet Misses Carouthers, Bullitt the case of J. D. Beeler vs. Taylor, that every tenth man was supposed andgoahead despite the fact that daughter, Mrs. Maude S. Bottorffon thcjobprintingliue. Wente prepared of a aro applicable to the condition to execute all orders foqjob work on county, and Mamie Mills, of Jeffer-so- n Beard &c, and younc Mr. Miles, to be a walking saloon. In behalf older and wiser heads advise them January 1, 1896. man well wo will say of such a man county, are the guests ot their counsel in the case ofAlvey vs. Alveys' of the good people of McIIenry we not to. I rejoice to hear the wasp-wa- ist The subject of this obituary vas short notice and at reasonable piiccs. as Hon. J. C.S. Blackburn. Administratrix, in the Daviess Cir- take pleasure in saying that the arwill soon have to jjn. I rjoiee born cousin, Miss Alzada Welch. in Ohio county, Ky., Our matctial is new nud ol the latest cuit Court, were all taking proof to- ticle was altogether false. The Court because then we have brighter eyes, July 13, I875, lnd was married on designs, and our workmen the veiy Miss Viola Westerfield, of Louis-vlllAccording to tho late news tho prettier cheeks and a more beautilul came down Thursday to see gether with local attorneys who are ay 1, 1895 to Mr. Walter Bottorff, best. Our work will be up to date in says: Venezuelanshavotaken tho right track .also interested tn the above named Mr. C. R. Martin, of Hartford, womanhood. Oir cirls will be an employe in Ames' Carriage Facto- every particular. Your older are Bull down to acorn her cousin, Miss Altha Jenkins, who to bring John cases. Is 111 of lung trouble. writes the Courier-Journto say that brighter, more !e isi'ne mid letter. ry, but formerly of New Albany, Ind. solicited. rnon seuso basis; they are boycotting Mr. L. B. May, formerly of this the article in regard to the town of Speed the day when iashion Mrs. Bottorff was an exemplary The party Saturday night at Mr. that English business houses and transELECTRIC TELEPHONE J. McCanns' was largely attended, place.but now ot Anaconda, Montana, McIIenry, clipped from the Beaver great power will crowd the small chilstiau, being a member of the ferring their trade to American estabSii4 ootriaht, no rni, do rortltr. ASrt4 ..1 ........,.. j 1 .. .. recently went down Into West Vir Data Jndustrallst recently, does that waist back. X Cumberland Presbyterian Church at toCltr, lllwor(Vantrr 1J Ir nrr cvc.jruuuy bcciucu 10 enjoy OrallfeBVft-lnlishments, hom.thorsl4iriftndiA ginia and married a girl with whom town a great wrong. He says Ohio Owensboro, Ky, nail Imw, Mll.r on Hb. malt from M laSMpor t7. Tar. Ahkuioam Sv&tku. to til lfc She was a kind, gentle and sensn- Um in nMjdtte tnba Prof. L. Truman, of Masonsville, he had became acquainted with while Is one of the most moral counties in Did anybody ever notico that tho BPUhbore. llnlnatraaiaulBoto,, worki LVaii.totD.r-for was the guest of Rev. B. F. Jenkins attending Center College at Danville. the fjtate, and has not had a prisoner Long about election times-T- hen tlve young lady, one who had endear-um when.hlppoi da to rat op br ftaf ooo. politicians of Western Kentucky are the boys ore spry ! BT"tt of rrd-- r. no lJt a lt(o Himself and bride are spending a few in her Jail for weeks. Only two men ed hersell to nil, the young and old. j and family Saturday and Sunday. tin- - Wrrnl1 Anoi.rm.lH. Write is Dr. Hunter.Dr. There physicians. Jingle dollars, jingle dimes W. P. Hirrtlon A Co. Cltrk 10, Ccluribut, 0. She leaves a sorrowing mother, Mr. John Harrison and lady weeks in this place with Mr. May's are even accused of selling whisky at Bead upon ttie rye! James, Dr. Deboe, Dr. Walton, Dr. will go to I. parents. husband, two brothers and one sister. McHenry.and there are onlyoccasion- housekeeping tomorrow Theso Letcher and Dr. Kinibley. A number of persons, black and al disturbances and no more gambolThen there's "mooplight" on the As the circle on earth is lessened the In the house lately occupied by R. T. all physiciaus and have been Cady. men nro stills. . white, old and young, saint and sin- ing than at similar places. Taking one in heaven is widened and our SPECIALTY: Far as you can see; successful in the practice of medicine. There will be a Leap Year party ner were seen rushing up to the Hars it altogether, Mr. Martin says it will Then the crisp five dollar bills loved one is singing above with her'i Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, dinsburg Hotel father, sist- - tk' Grow on every tree. (Veil, hn It is evident that some Republican Friday night at Mr. William Daw- - thought of course Sunday. It was compare with the average mining IND tbat the house was town for morality and is superior to have gone iirtu much upon sons. Senators aro counting too Then the voters throng aoout . put Office 410 Upp First t. Now is the time for the old maid, on fire, or tbat a terrific fight was many in intelligence and refinement. She was in p r 'i il tho cinch the party has upon this Candidates that win; as this is Leap Year, and we wish going on. An investigation disclosed year, butomll ie I to tier btd duimn - qD. r Then they sell one fellow out GkIuxI In Nireuglh. year's National election. Tho people the fact that it was a fight a dog them much success. the last nine s Whenever the little childien, the laAnd buy another in! il her life Al Cadiz, Ky., Dec. 31, 1895. tho Republican party returned want though her death hwl bren hourly dies or the big men wntit somethinr Phocian Harris, Whltesville, visit- fight. Two years ago I had the grip, ,. ....ini ,1...... i...... ........ lJUMip- ....... i to power because it has always been A special train ran into town Sun vuic expected for seveial weeks miii fit,. ,,.: iKl,,nlvi .iitit lliri hi ed our town Saturday and Sunday. SHI! LIT. which left me in poor health. Last ,.,t .,. iiii.ii known as tho party of action, not of day on the L. H. & W. R. R.Messrs. Will Arnold, one of our most enerGoing South the train wis lite, news ol her death o.ime with the Ionic Tablets is hat they must have Summer I became so week tbat I obstruction. getic young men has accepted a posl-tio- n Attilla Cox and A. M. McCracken, could hardly walk ray srtends advisthree ladies from Webster county sadness had it been sudden. They cure and you never feel it. To the bereaved family we tender Purely vegetable, in Hltes' drug store In Owens- with some other gentlemen came into ed me to trv Hood's Sarsaparilla and boarded the train. I had turnjda jjc n vial Z. It now appears that Mr. Cleveland boro. town and took their dinners at the I procured sympathy, and pay our Wayne Griffin .V llro. a bottle. I began using it seat and was occupying a couple on a our heart-lel- t has become jealous of the Olney Hardlnshurg Hotel. They had been andi gained in flesh and health and single f dr, wlun first I ily remarked: tribute to the upright character and Prof. L. Truman's school at MaMarvin Brandon has taken the boom for tho Democratic nomination, sonsville closes Friday nijjht with over the road on a prospecting trip. am fetter than for two years. "Lalwhatnice sofa?"SecoiJlady Too mural worth of our beloved, but now an ancucylor the American Steam LaunW. V. Bowmer. of Cloverport. was and has instructed his friends to throw entertainment. He has won for him-- a nlcetosit on."Thlrdlady."That stran- departed ft tend Mrs. N. T. Smullen. dry, of Princeton, Ky , and will send cold water on it by declaring that tho gers got his feet on one ot 'em. "The host of friends who will wish hira in the city Monday. 'Another l.wd one islecoalnr. us, goods on Monday and deliver it on Hood's Pills cure indigestion, bil speed ot Crafton Cunnlngiam was theguest Secretary Gresbara, and not Mr. success. lato Another cdl Is given, He leavas for Russell-vill- e the train wiioi the II y, and of his brother, County Clerk Cun- - lousness. as soon as his school closes. dashing into a tunnel. First lady. And glows mire more with angel step Friday. The wink is the very best. Olney, originated thatVenezuela poliSave your work for him. The path which teaches heaven. The school at this place, under the ningnam bunciay. cy. "Li, ho quick the s tn wentdown." it Newt or the Nicr. Several solutions of "Her three , Mr. Bates, aNewYork expert, says Second lady-'V-- itu supervision of Prof. Emmett Griffin Our young and geutle friend, whose do.vu with eles smile " Under Republican ndministrai and Miss Mary Williams, closes In suiters" were sent into the Courier that the way to advertiseis to simply triclly fast cuutrv. I vjheud 'em tJ Made Journal office from this town. There give the news to the store. Ashe say." Next stition w.h re.iche 1, the Amid bri" liter summer hour. tions, from 18G5 to 1893, tho average three weeks. the I'osts ol au'iimn time. puts it: "Get down to particulars. train came to a stop with the panting discussion Mr. Gilbert Westerfield, of Pleasant has been considerable monthly decrease of tho national debt Has felt us with the flowers. ot the readers the If there is some new weave of dress engine, the third ladycaught the Under Ridge, passed through our town yess among a amounted to 85,701,114.77. Courier as to the correct solution of goods, women will be Interested in conductor by the coat and looking up As sweet nn I pure her Mir brow the present Democratic administra terday. eeuied the mysteries contained in that story. knowing how wide it is, what colors Into his face with te.us in her eyes, With success to The Repudlican, -Eternal as thr sVy; tion the average increase of the nai 1 a'm Every fellow, of coarse, expects to are shown, and always the price." asked in a onfilentlal tone: "Has And like the hruotcs' low song, her i Nfm. Browning. tional debt each month is 87,502, Jt voice get the prize. "News gathering of any sort," says she lit." 921.28. A sound which could not die. The following new pupils matricu- the Philadelphia Record, "and particWe .fc this repeatedly, became 5 it mi ttci.et ulten follow trilling 5 FRANKFORT. lated with the Breckinridge Normal ularly store news gathering, takes a Aid hall we deemed she needed not and then THE MILLENNIUM Ir a man insulted another I'll 'N College last week: J. R. Smith, Wolf nose lor news. That nose is now When are til minutes long, ToThe chatinlnir of her sphere. serin If you ire otiV 5 as soon ns the other fellow showed (live U heaven a shining one. Creek; J. E Bureu, Concordia; Will keenly on the scent; and its January anj Etncrillf ei. S and never stile or flit; Itoma ot Interest About tho fight should tay: "Oh, I insulted you Who walked hp auut-- l here. luuiteil, nrrvooi, S lam Burcn, Moseley ville; Byron Cart, finds give the advertising at this time When the concreatlo-rise and pay ; luvt no appetite State Capitol. during a moment of irritation, which und con't work, 2 before they pass the hat. S Union Star; Miss Florence Anderson, of year at least half of its effective-ness- ." The blessings of her quiet life lxr,ln at once late- - Z When silver jm'le everywhere and has now passed," what would usually lni the moil rclla. Fell on us like the dew, So get the news of the stoic Guston, and Charles F. Cashman, I Hon. C. M. ble atrtnjcttKning- 5 Barnett, Reprebanks go not to smash; good thoughts where her foot That is the manner sentatives be the result? medicine, which la S add lay it before the readers of the When bill collectors rtr. to spire and And steps pressed, from Ohio county, Union Star. Brown'a Iron Hit. in which the German Emperor ex- ably and ten. Benefit cornea S There was a wreck on the Hardin. Republican, people buy for cash; who are the peop e Like talry blossoms grew. fills the following gracefully from the very 6nt Z When politicians jnin the church aud plains bis insult to England. doic, places to which he was appointed by burg & Fordsville branch of the L who buy. 2 Sweet promptings unto kiudestdeeds cease to plot and plan; 3 St. L. & T R. R. last Saturday. We IT CURES Speaker Blanford:. S Weie In her very look; Ayer's Hair Vigor is certainly a When there are filty offices to every g Dyspepsia, To pay up the appropriations made Kidney and Uver 2 We read her face, as one who reads Chairman Committee on Railroad understand that a small trestle had icmarkable preparation and nothing blessed mau; NeuralKla, S Troubles, given away, which caused, a carload-eA true and holy book. Then will thepTre.it tulllenn iutu dawn by the last Democratic Congress, and commerce. Member of Commit g Constipation, Impure Blood, like it has ever been produced. No h brightly. liutjdaM with ties to break down when it g Malaria, which it did not provide for, tho pres-e, tee on General Statutes. Member Nervous ailments matter how wiry and unmanageable You'll die while yoi are waitinir for The measure of a blessed hymn, Women's complaints. 5 Congress has just passed an uigen of Committee on Codes of Practice and passed over it. This threw other cars the To which our hearts could move; these things too ime and pass! hair may be, under the influence g Cct only the renulne- -lt hai rroased red " from the track and derailed the enThe breathing of an inward Psalm Member of Committee on Printing. Unci on the wrapper, cy deficiency bill lor JJ ot this incomparable dressing, it be--, A canticle of love. 5 BROWN CHEMOL CO. BALTIMORE, MO. S The Governor's Message has been gine. No one was injured, but con Kentucky already needs more than half comes sott, silky, and pliable to the There will be In McClure's Maga- We miss her in the place of prnyer, siderable damage was done. A wreckdefireferred, by Sections, to proper Comthat amount to make up for tbo zine lor Febtuary a number of fine ing train went down and straightened comb and brush. And by the hearth fires light; ciency left by the late Democratic mittees and so soon as reported on Young men or young women aspirreproductions ol celebrated paintings We pause beside her door to hear things out. will receive due attention by the UOHISK. State administration. Once more bersweet "goodnight." ing to any vocation in life should by Turrer, Constable, Lawrence, and At the churches last Sunday, Rev .The "Bystander" Is permitted to House. always remember that the bottom rounds of the ladder of time are filled All theCommitteesof the House are E. E. Pate filled his pulpit morning wpte you some of the events that are other eminent English painters of the There seems a shadow on the day, would better do someSunatoiis to ovcrllowing, but there's always Her smiles no longer cheers; and evening. In the morning er. transpiiing inand around Mt. Pleas- early part ot the century. An acorganized and at work. A dimness on the stars nt nicht. thing towards increasing the revenue mum ui me ;op. mat's wnere Dr. The Senate is overwhelmingly mon he depreciated the idea that ant. Health is not as good as could companying paper by Mr. Will H. Like eyes that look through tears. Bell's Anti-Flfor colic, cholera or else do less of the Government, Lw will give the hlstoty of the tht world is growing worse, and b desired. Democratic. nnd diarrhoea stands. It's sold at 35c talking about increasing the Navy. Alone unto our Fathers' wilt and an estimate ol their work. i Mrs. Ben Davis and Miss Lena B. and 50c on n guarantee by. Z. Wayne Ourneighbor.the Hon. Chas. Blan- argued tbat the kingdom ot God on One thought hath reconciled; The Navy can't bo increased without ford, makes nn Griffin & Bro. this earth was gaining strength. Miller, who have been afflicted with admirable Speaker. Tbat he whose love exceedeth ours Lot tho Senate pass the money. Rev. S. W.Shelton preached at the rheumatism lor some time, are no Our other neighbors. Senator James Hath taken home his child. House tariff hill, which would add and Representatives Howard, of But- M. E. Church in the evening. He better. Miss Lena Wallace, who has Important Notico. Fold her. O Father! in thine arms, revenue; ler, Rice, of read the rules of the cliuich and la giip, is improving. 840,000,000 a year to our The publisher must be notified by Grayson, Tinley, of Han And let her henceforth be then it might be in order to epend cock, and McCracken, of Muhlenburg, made suggestions on the same. There has been a series of meetletter when you want your paper disA messenger of love between Mr. Allen R. Klncheloe, chairman ings at Mt. Pleasant Church conductsomo more money on our Navy. Our human heal ts and thee," continued. If you are indebted to the are all taking front places as able leg ot the Republican Committee ot Breck- - ed by the pastor, Rev. Hlnton.asslst-e- d publisher at the time you want your islators. Stilllet her mild rebuking stand by Rev. Kelly and bis wife, who paper stopped, the amount due must A recent dispatch from a town in Unless prevented by the Democrat- Mnridge county, informs us that he Between us and the wrong, And her dear memory serve to make be remitted before your request can ic Senate, the work of the present thinks a primary the best way ta is a power in the work, Such a reVirginia to tho St. Louis Globe'Demo Our faith in goodness strong. be complied with. Subscribers to all crat says that a law to prevent young General Assembly will be ot great nominate candidates for county offices vival has not been held in these parts in 1897. The tact that Republicans lor over thirty years. Souls have And grant that she who trembling newspapers nre held responsible by men from flirting with school girls, and lasting benefit to Kentucky. have been successful will bring out a been converted and the members the courts until all arrearages ' are here All the new State officers are diswas passed out there, mid that it had number ot candidates for the various greatly revived. May the good work Distrusted all her powers, paid. A young charging their duties ably and proved a dismal tailure. Mav welcome to her holier home offices and the contest will be warm, go on and continue to spread. D. mau, tho dispatch states, was arrested The well beloved ol ours." He thinks that a primary election is Yesterday, the 19th, the meeting Ovtr-Pr- of if D, B. tor that flagrant oflense, but tho the best way tooptain a lair and com- cloVed witii a large audience,. Theic Arrmlrtl, young ladies refuses to testify against 'uiilrrlrllrr plete expression as to the chofce of were 1 conversons and 10 accessions Deputy U. S. Marshal Bollington lilm uud henco tho caw collasped. the party. Mr. Klncheloe is.right to the church. May the good work Children Cry for Mrs. X. J9. Reynold Tho statute is now a dead letter. The on his last mid arrested Uioad Dan-iBoonoiUf, Ky, Oct our Great Catalogue and Buy in his views. The .hqldlug of a go, on, Bystandck. and Sarah Jane Wilkinson charged primary where ers Oulde. We'll send it for is makers ot the law evidently did not the voting will be cents in sumps to pay part postage Nlnble, have their wits about them when they with passingcouutcrfeitraoney. The done by secret ballot will prevent thp Fm or expressage. The book's free. The first ballot for U. S. Senator affidI want to sell my livery busine.--s at 700 Pages, laooo Illustration!, 40000 forming of combinations tbat are sure was taken at Franklort Wednesday Blxxlnest, Fain In tho If they had they would warrents were issued upon the passed it, Back, Llvr McIIenry, Ky., the stock consisting descriptions, everything that's used avit of John Hendrickson brothers to be used n have remembered that this n leap year con.entious, which, crei afternoon, according p previously Complaint All Cured by Hotxt'a. in life; tells you what you ought to who are here in jail awaiting trial on pay, whether you buy of us or not. atesdiscord and dissatisfaction jn the arranged program, with the follow and there will not bo another until a "I cannot say too much la ptti et of 7 head of horses, 4 buugies.a spilng similar chaigc. Daniels and Sarah party. The number ol One profit from maker to user. QetlL wagons, 1 surrey, i, road wagon, bar. candidates incr result: Hunter 67: Blackburn 8: Hood's BantpuIIla. I wu tabo 190 1. If they had been apprised of pair Jane were captured at their homes in will make the expenses light on, 'each In Utc MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.,. . .., IIIm.mi . plaint In tar bok, dUilrxw, fWM com. ness and fixtures of nil kinds. would Jiavo Ohio J3iick the fact they undoubtedly and that tind kolln j. WU1UIC IjUia.lHI 1, Pn.l..l. , IUI.WIIOIJI J, county, and were tried before If j Orliloatora ot the MallOrdar Method worn est ad eonU rxarooJy walk fact everything to run a first-claframed a statuto to prevent school S. Commissioner Scott Morrison and, one,, unless it be the priuters'- LiitKfiti.jU1 , - Bate i. Michigan Ave., 'Chicago, halt a milt Bd tt soeatd u thoora Ufa llverystahje. m It will doubtless take a ballot as laruer ropultst Edrington voted for Black bnrdcaat Jfcasx. ot II. I Old sol girls from ilirting with young men, held In $300 each to answer at the Will sell lor cash or part cash and Ronml Trlii twiner lonrial Unlet art about Mrtaf, whon a friend as a blanket to bold all the names of burn and populist Poore voted for C; is uot only needed out in Virwhich coining term of the U. S. Court which l'roin llenver lliini, Ky., o balance good recutlty. Induood Ma to Try Hood' good Republicans who would like to S. Bate. .Austin, Tex , 540.00; Baton Rrgne, ginia but also in the Commonwealth convenes here next Monday week. BojwpmIIU. It Jus braeflttd mt trmtl? No. t office. John Caupdull. hold au and IbT not boon without It tike. I La $37.00; Iiddy,N.M$54 85; Dem. The woman Wilkinson Is n kinsof Kentucky. Wo call tho atteutlon Roihn Hood. d wonamui ing, N. M., 60 40; 1JI Paso.Tex., $60.. of tho Kentucky Representatives to woman of the Hendrickson brothers Children Cry Tor Iuna ino aboat who lu&ermood poilflw ind The World's can aar to all Tests from computet by Impart blood, it thtr broofht IIKIIA, Helpless ami unsuspected and it is thought the charge made Mhowed so baking powder 40; Houston, Tcx $38 8o; Jackson, tho fuel, wmt to b cared file Ilooa'i BarMpulUtv C&storls, Re . J. P. Hicks filled his regular Mls3 Yea can eouldtr mt a lit loaf friend to against her Is a scheme to shift the youug men should ho protected. to pun or so treat In leav New $23.00; Mobile, Ala., $3.ooj 011 m Orleans, La $28 00; Natchts, Mar-- I appointments at the C. I'. Chuich crime trom the lienurlcicsons. power aa the RoyaT. Photographer Taylor will make picomlax Miss., $3600: San Antonio, Tex., thluks there is a Saturday and Sunday. shal Bolliugtun 00 ture!, in Hartford every' Monday ana Sood's SdrMparilli, which I rtooamtnd We don't, propose to carry one $43-OVickburg, Miss., $3.oq; Hot The cchool nt this place closed Sat- in McIIenry on Tuesdary'i. strong case against the Hendtickson 5--t at trerr opportunity." Mas. Loot E. Cloak over . for next season. Come to Springs, Ark.,$a7.4s;IJurekaSprings, IV" I'XtMl Ti U.3L IAHO, boys and that they are the leaders of a urday with npropiate exercises and a til ButcWut);rup. ALL uui Uuud. m Llid ftamiOLCS, BooneTlllt, Kentucky. f rvl lo Hint, fcoui br drnrjrUM. Carson & Co, and secure one at 1ms Atk,, $ 3,3o. Auk you going to read Tub large crowd in attendance. Owensgang of "queer shovers." Hoqd't) Pill cuts all UTerllU.Bluooinau, I OooiUfatto, auk Uatdttbt, We regret very much to loose the U4eUa. tei than, half price. this year? II. MitBHicr, Agt, boro Inquirer. h services of such a noble teacher. of rare P10I. Elmore is a gentleman abilities and we bespeak for him gicat success In the work of training the young minds of our country. Mr. A. Godshaw went to Owensbo-r- o Saturday returning Monday. Mr. Hosea Shown returned Friday from a trip to Chicago and St Louis. Miss1 Dee Stevens was the guest of Mrs I, I Elmore last week. Miss fvn Cralgg, of Owensboro, Is visiting relatives near this place. Dr Robt. Ford was called to the bedside ol his father Siturday who is very ill at his home in Centertown, Miss Minnie Italrd left Monday for an extended visit to fi lends and rela tives at Spring Lick. The Leap Year party given at Mr. A. C. Ellis's last Friday night was quite a success. Rev. W, 15. Cook went Morgan-tow- n Monday. The LlteraiySociety at this place Is still progressing nicely. RANDOM NOTES. Uathoi'od Froii tho World at Largo. This Canink Bayed. HOLIDAYS w THE SPR1N6 SESSION BEAVER DAM SEMI NARY COMMERCIAL INSTITUTE -- OF THE t 1 well-know- n V - J ' ' SHIP YOUR PRODUCE CO. Courier-Jo- urnal's l, al I mem-selve- s. v c m 1 -r )r.. fi. umaer 1 - ' .,,.. t!.. ;uofl3i!soiiaieiin kidly ovn's uuav r w . Iran I Bitters - d ut ux or-til- ts satis-factoi- y, Paying j Stop it ds That Tired Feeling Pitcher's Castorla. Nule-l.lvery ly ss 111-1- m I 3j-a- Fair 0,1 Pitcher's I I . Hood's Cures tj i,oi I -- "L. .. ' -- W. ! t 4- -f . r '"' J;.-,- - . .. . - at "Saved My Life" A VETERAN'S Call on Ilnllliigton, the barber. is In BAPTIST REVIVAL. i - w m w ' ' Mr. Den Field, St. Louis, town. If jou want luulturc conic to was in Carbon & Co. Mr. S. 11. Bishop, Render, town yesterday. STORY. Largo TO REDUCE OUR STOCK OF Fall and Winter goods wo have placed "Several yraro ngo, whllo In l'ort Snclllng, Minn., I caught a sovero colli, nttumlud Itli a torriblu cough, that nlloucil mo no rest day or night. Tlio doctors nftcr exhausting their remedies, pronounced my enso nnpciess, say. ing they could do no Jnoro for me. At this Union bottlo of Audiences Greet Ypung Divinei the a Mrtnl-.fostoclrf ndy pulling nt Masonic Hall Sat-- 1 day, Feburary 1. A benefit lor the t j on Sunday School. Come every Lidy. Come, lorn1 hit of fun just now nnd " 1 A HARTFORD LADY. Mlos LI22I0 Walkor Highly Compllmontocl byaTon- - Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Fair. Much Intorost ''Dolnrr" ' nossoo Papor. tlft.11 Is good lor the best ol men. AYER'S i Minrrv ."Wl,.. ....... V ."".,, 1tantni.nl 1,113 ' ? sent to mo by a friend who urged Tlf VV mo n tnkn If wlilnl. I did. and soon after Tuna nmillif relloved, nnd In n short tlmo was completely cured. I have never had much of n cough slnco that time, and I firmly bellovo Ayer's Cherry rector.il saved my If. Ward, 8 Quimhy Av., Lowell, JIass. At the opening of the spring session of the Beaver Dam Seminary Kead thc',ad""oTl'alr"iJros. & Co's. WHAT Dfl. COLEMAN SAYS. the" following students Irom nbroad It will interest you. .ere enrolled: LD Whlttnker, Jas Rev. J. C. Wolford.uihslsted'by Mr. ' Aitstin, 15 G Bnrrass, O W Mr. C. L.L'lehhcturncd fromCniiip-bellsvlll- e Likens, G. L. Mottlcr, a cdrnctlst,- - of I,ouis yesterday. 'lliomas Barrass, Nicholas Barrass, vlllc, has been conducting- an inter-cfiin: : llernie Hocker, Fits: Jenny, C T norn to the wife ol Dr. J. II. White revival ut tliu Baptist Church Likens, B II Hodges, Ollic Hocker, on the 13th, n boy. tr IMtr' the entiro lino at cost llfn'W. This is no idle talk to draw crowds, but AYER'S an actual fact. We guarantee every ar- Cherry Pectoral Hlghut Awardi t World'. Tail. ticle in winter wear csr. l.dlgc.tion ad Hcidic.. to be as stated. AYCR'S PILLS fc pleadings, nnd wcttuit: his eflorts Mr. Jno I) Wilson was in Point among our people Will be fraught A large crowd with much good. Pleasant this week on business. meets him nt eveiv tttfititiir It will pay you to see our overcoats and cloaks. Wl,tSGrw5a.fcWtlfc'P,'Us Causon & Co. A MiduiMft sCTBfe,' SI XaiiSUriK, ' 3UKW Mrs.C. R. Martin is visiting her parents in Butler county. Co. dersold. ucated, thoroughlycoh'tcratcd to the work ol the Master! mid' is teady at Judge John P. Morton has been on any and all times td pTeach the gospel. He is a good Speaker, nnd the sick list this week. makes the scriptures! ho plain that 'it Remember that we will not be un- is hard for sinners to resist' his earnest you want a cloak at conic to Carson fit Co 11 ths Me-- k lirnvlVolloifi is finely ed- half price, Carson & inimr I The prices on our cloaks ant ety low. oveicoats and 1 - f, S Below we give you some prices on goods we wish to close: Heavy woolen dress goods 35c; former price 50c. 54: in. Water proof 40c,former price 50c. 54 in.Ladics clothOOc Causon & Co. Take your proJucc to Stetcns & Mr. 15 L. Bullinjiton is visiting Rial's friends mid relatives In Indinnn We can't be under sold. Mr K R.Williams and C ARSON & Co. Oscar Hocker, Owen Hocker, J5 L 1. tterson, Willie Henry, Richard Taylor, Leslie Leach, SaniTRhoads, Claude Baker, Alva Pate, George A JJarnes, W A Rho.ids C D Chic'i, Charlie Henry, Ida Maddox, Km 111a Jenny, Esther Johnson, Bertie lohn-- ii in, Mollic Rculrow, Lottie Barnard, t M Taylor, Maggie Smith, Maggie KiMy, Mamie Duncan, IITJ Brown, J . Duff, N B White, AM Johnson, i ilie Cooper,' Laura Barnes, Char- tte Baker, Flnvius Baker, Jimtnie lines, Floience Tichenor, Robert vllard May Rogers, C A' Hunt. The totill number of students from n Dtoad, Is nt present, with ulotc names to be added next forty-seve- uk' Attve. The son, Paradise, give us a pleasant call Wednesday. Don't lail to sec our Cloaks. Mr. Daniel Hicks, ol near town,has Causon & Co. been granted an ndditionat pension. 22 pounds N. O. sugar for $: at Wr are ofteiing big bargains in Stevens & ial'h overcoats nud cloaks. Miss Sallic Ford and niece, Miss Anna Smith, Fordsville, are visiting Pure crab cider for sale by F. W. the family of Dr. 15. W. Ford. Pirtlc, Hattlord, Ky. 22 6111 Wc will luruish you the Daily nnd We carry a big line of Groceries and Sunday Courier-Journand The 1'uniture. for one year for $8.25 Carson & Co. We arc determined to sell our Mrs. I5dna Miller and Mr. Arthur Clothing. Miller and wile, Prentis, were the Carson & Co. Why pay big prices lor groceries, guests of County Attorney 15. P. Neal get them nt Stevens & Rial's for hall and wile this week. the money. We arc going to sell our overcoats. We nie selling our Millinery goods II you are in need, now is the time to buy while you can get them at our at less than half price. own price. Carson & Co. Carson & Co. Prol. R. C. Jarnagiu will, in a short Call on Stevens & Rial and get a while, open a spring school at Rosine. box of UallardA Baking Powders. It Prut. Jarnagin is one of Ohio county's is the very best. foremost teachers and we bespeak for s We hnve reduced the price on our the people 01 Rosine a Clothing so that anyone can buy n school. new Suit or nn Overcoat for a very Mr. E. T, Allen, who has been small sum ol money. living near McIIenry, has moved his Carson & Co. family to Smallhouse where he is en9 gaged in getting out logs. He passRead Tins PJ,j ucan this year, ed through town Tuesday enroute to we have never had to reduce the pi ice his new home. in order to get more names, but U Lost. On Saturday morning Jan-ur- ay you are not taking it wc would be iS. 1896 not City yards from the glad to enroll your name on our list. Court House, n 38 caliber Smith & The price is still $1 25 per year. Wcison, central fke pistol. Finder Will be rewarded it returned to tne fust-clasv show" Royal tiiklnjg' Powder ' superior to all piherp. .,, RUSSIA AND UEET SUGAR. U.S. Gov't Reports Remember 15. L Bullington you want a good, easy shave. when Causon & Co. Bed former price 75c. Fancy Eiderdown 10 and 15, worth 25c. Dark calicoes oc, worth Oc. Fancy ginghams 7c, worth 9c. Dark satines 10 and 12i, worth L5c. Bed blankets 75c, SI and$1.25,worth$150 per pair. comforts 96c, REV. J E WfltFORI). Dr. J. S. Coleman has the following to say icgarding Bipsi .Wolford and Mottler: ' . worth $lv " Ladies ribbed vest 23c, worth 35c. Ladies woolen skirts 99c, worth $1.25. Millinery reduced 50 per cent. Ladies woolen hose A Sure Hit! The opening season makes 24c, worth 35c. us leel like pushing things Ladies union suits A Regular 98c, worth $1.25. Ladies and gents Three-Bagg- er Of a bargain in Grocery overgators 73c,worth line is on at SI. We are attempting to hold a series of revival meetings at the. Baptist church, assisted by UevJ. K. WtJl-Jo- rd and G. L. ,Mottler,tboth of I,ou!s-villUy., and both ?oung men of superior culture and. Unimpeachable character. Brp. W'ollord was educated at Georgetown College, and the Southern Baptibt Theological Seminary and for n time served as the pastor1 of one of ou; Louisville chtirches, but feeling it to be his .special duty, has been giving .himself wholly to the work of evangelism, with - most encouraging success in ' many of the towns of Kentucky and Indiana. . He . is a good preacher, a fine religious talker and an indclatigable worker in promoting revivals of old fashioned ' , , gospel religion. e, aKTSXfSmAi Russia has made consklcrahlo progl ress In'tho sugar beet Industry, according txi .Tolin Karcl, United States consul general at St. Petersburg, who has written a report. on the subject for the stat& department. Tlio arcn under lucet now amounts to 610,910 acres, a gain of 29,855 over last year. From this jcir's area C,C0S,9"iJ tons ol beets pro expected and the quantity of BUgur yielded Is estimated nt 717,558 tons, an Increase of 119,607 tons over 1804. ilr. Karcl, however, thinks It unlikely that nil this crop will bo refined into whlto BUgar when tho crop Is gathered. The price of sugar, ho snj-s- , has risen considerably, and that Is probably the reason w hy tho demand for Russian sugar fqr export nt the Kiev market has Increased. The improvement of the international sugar market was caused principally by the rumor that tho United States, bought, nt Hamburg 100,-0sacks of raw sugar of last year's stock, nnd Mr. Karcl ndds that in caso the insurgents should stop entirely tho export of sugar from Cuba, there It no doubt that tlio prlco of suajar on tho European markets would rise considerably because Cuba of the total quantity of enno sugar produced by the wholo world and of all" the .sugnrin general, and is the principal souice of .supply of raw Rugnr for tho United States, the largest sugar consumer In tho world Jtusria exported from September 1, 1805, to November 21 lost, 19,200 tons of sugar. s one-thir- d Heurly a Million of Acres 1'ut In the ctable ICcport to Our Consul. Vc The following appeared in n recent is sue of Alamo, (Tcnn JSentlnal, which is a worthy compliment bestowed upon n worthy young lady: "Not Altogether Fanciful," is the title of nbenutiltil book of poems, by Miss Lizzie Walker, ol Hartford, The book is tastefully printed nnd bound, for circulation among her friends. It contains quite n number ot poems and bears the unmistakable seal ol a true poet; one who feeling the Divine commission of Poesy, has delivered her message truthfully nnd earnestly. To properly review this book to exhibit the under current of beauty and deep thought that flows, like some quiet, but potent stream, through it, would requitcmorc ability tlinn we nre conscious ol posessing. We therefore, simply content ourself with n brief notice. The book is replete with "true gems, shining with a natural light, and not for the poor sake ol effect, forced and radiatingwith a false and tinsel glare. Take for instance these lines, from one ot the poems' styled, "The Old Year:"' "Does it seem strangethe Strang-nes- s of dying-D- ocs it stai tie the' soul, or still the soul's sighing? Do the Scythe and the Reapers come as in strife, Or come they to comfort, to bring a Ken-tuck- y. W CREAM BAKING MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Tree from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. nmm 40 YEARS THB STANDARD. Spooiilcatlons lor Court Houso Fonco. new life? , THk TOY BULLDOG." Sheriffs office. Mrs. Delilah Smith died nt the residence of Mis. Lowe, near town, last Saturday night, and the remanis were hutied nt Dell's Run Sunday She was the mother of D L. Smith and Hon. i I. Smith. who has recently visited the birth-plac- e of Abraham Lincoln, left with us n piece of wood taken from the Lincoln Cabin Prof. Jarnagin was well pleased with his trip, and had a great deal to say about that historic place. We have received a copy of the Almanac. It is full of useful information, is a valuable book for the home, for the office, nnd contains useful suggestions for everyPrice by mail from Courier-Journ- al one. 25cts. Courier-Joum- SSSSr '"JMkSBl 1 The vcry latest dog is tho toy bulldog. So for the new breed is'un experiment, and Up adoption as a pet is as yet in the future. Judging1 from tho fivor Avbich-hahen shtfw n the"q'ift'er s Very Keirmt S'ovrlty In Cuitnet, llnxl In 1'arU from Parent stock. , . r deen Prof. R. C, Jarnagin, j and 13, for $1, worth & Rial's. Rubber boots $.75, worth S3.25. Ladies heavy shoes 98c, worth S1.25. Men heavy jeans pants 99c,worth$1.25 Men extra quality laundricd shirts 49c. FT Boys boots, size 10,11 Stevens $1.50. Ff , , Overcoats that sold for $10 now $6. Boys overcoats $1 up to $5. Men hats 49c up to 83.50, newest styles. All wool suits $4 up ty $15. Extra quality Mcintosh coats $7, worth Bro Mottler is nn edna'ctcd musician, being master in the use of the cornet, which hp uses in. conducting the music of the occasion as the helper of Bro. Wolford in his evangelis. And secures your permatic meetings He too" is a pious nent trade in the christian gentleman and is respectably connected in our tWu, Now, inasFather Drury, n Catholic MissionLine. much as we have wftltin our gates ary, gave four interesting lectures nt two such religious w6tkers, we do Court House this week to large the most affectionately s61lc(t the attenaudiences. He is well informed and tion of the public and Especially the fully capable of explaining his religco operation of All 1'ratcUnnt minisMallards Baking Powders is the best ion. Our people heic greatly enjoyters and people of our town. Even-iu- g on the market and you get more for ed his lectures. services beginning promptly at ynur money. The following named persons have 6:30 p. m. andadjourningnt pleasure. Remember Tub Rkpuiicican never paid their subscription to The Oar doors are open to pH and nil are stands back tor opposition, but is camtstly invited to command see and since our last issue: J C ready to do your Job Work. Riley, J. W. Stevens, Hartford; H. L. hear and consider and act for themselves. Kev. R. II llinton, nastor of the White, Rome; Lem McIIenry, LouisMt. Pleasant Church, assisted by Rev. ville; Godfrey McIIenry, McCoy.Col.; Kelley and wile, closed a very sucD.J. Coleman, Beaver Dam; Boyd 'a cessful meeting at that place Sunday. Barnes, Beaver Dam; . F. Beck, Rev. J T Casebier, Rockpott, filled There were twenty conversions and Rosine, L. B. Bean, Hartford. This strikes lor increased business is made with a de termination that really I i C. I,, MOTTI,E.Ri, Knocks out Competition Grocery Kcrnachnn posscsilng one, nnd NMrs. ..uu..vu, w. .yu..auu, ., j... h (1Tio toy bulldog Is practically an bulldog In all but size. Thoso in this country weigh nbout IS pounds, whereas the usual welghr of tho bulldog is from 50 to 60 pounds. ueorgo Juehl, of Paris, Las succeeded in obtaining even Bmnllcr specimens, n nnd thn dog weighs under 14 pounds. Tho breed Is obtained by selecting and breeding from tho smallest bulldogs which can bo found. By doing this for a long period the dlinlnu-th- o dog has been obtained known as tho toy bulldog.. Tho comparatively, small size and power of tho toy bulldog seems to have ejTectcd a marked , decreaso In its natural ferocity. Eug-hlis- rroro a formldablo rival to the Abex- terrier. There aro two or three of them in this country, Mrs. J. L. STEVENS & RIAL beaver!3am. several additions to the church, Buckingham's Dye for the Whiskers is the best, handiest, safest, surest, cleanest, most economical and satisfactory dye ever invented. It is the gentlemen's favorite. ho linn lol n t.olil WntrliT II jou have, and will pay for this notice, and send description of same with chain, guard and charms attached to the Sheriff of Ohio county you may get information leading to its re coTery. W H . S8.5o. ' r1 r1 " Wo arc hero to do business with you and by fair and honest treatment we hope to receive your patronage at all times We will, guarantee the prices the lowest Look out for colds at tlite season. Keep yourself well nnd strong by The llypnllnu i:iilerliiliiiuciil. I,ast Friday night the Hypatians appeared in all their glory at the Court Hall, and well did they entertain Whenever the announcement is made that the Hypatians are going to entertain Hartford people begin to look forward to spending a pleasant evening. Their entertainment was truly a success; everybody enjoyed it, cv cryhody has been pouring compli ments on the young ladies for their eflorts. Their comedies were good, their tableaux beaulllully arranged, an eacii one acquitted herself admir ably. The following students matriculated at Hartford College last week, A large number oamo in this week, whoso names wo failed to get: Car rie Miller, Amanda Story, Josiu Trnv is, Lattio Travis, Ncttio Anderson, JJortlia Riley, Anna Williams, Addie Thompson, Alborla Greer, Lola Stevens, B. II. Ellis, A. E, Ellis, W. E. Ellis', It. R. Riloy, J. H. Mngnn, Ira Petty, E.F. Mitchell, II. F.Clay, W. L. Boott, H. E, Bracken, W. Felix, V. B. SuthorUnd J. F. Herring, Ona Shultz, Warron Payton, R. 4J. F. Park, A, D Park, J. A. Samlbcu,J II, Barnes, A, U. Tay lor, 1' rank Henvrin, B. Hcavrin, M. Wilsou, W, D. Barnes, R. Barnes, O. E. Ruby, R. L. Pirtle, O, E. Mosely, Lettio Marks Bob Marks, 0, T. Jones, A. B, Riloy. Slliilriila. .Mnew his regular appointment here Sun- - day. ; Rev, Jarnagin 'preacheU'rin'elotment sermon in the Eaptitil'tiliurch Sunday evening'. ' w ilil " Miss Rose Taylop' Is visiting ' her ' aunt in Ceiitriil City; Prol. I u Taylor niul wile spintSunw day in Cromwell, vifh.jM3.; Taylor's .. friends. Mrs. T S Duke, of IlatUprd. spent Sunday with her sister Mrs. II S Metcalf ,1 Prof. B C Scott left lqsf Saturday for a week's visit to hjs .family in ANNAPOLIS NAVAL ACADEMY. l'lan Formulated ror ltt ImproTement Appropriation Wnutetl from It is stilted at Annapolis, ltd., that Secretary Herbert, of tho navy," will f orw ard to congress early in January a report submitted by Commodore Matthews, president of tho board designated to Imestignto and determine upon n plan for a complete rehabilitation of tho naval academy. Tho report will state that the academy has outgrown Itself and plans will bo submitted for new buildings, drives, adornments, etc., involving an expenditure of at least $0,000,000. Mr. Herbert will urge that tho entire project bo by congress, and that this ses sion appropriate at least $100,000 with which to begin tho work. He believes that with a moderate sum provided each year tho academy can be transformed Into a modern institution with in n few years. Cong-re.t- '; ' i ,, ; Matingo, Indiana. . . I BLOOMER GIRL WINS A HUSBAND Ventral Figure In an Ohio Scuiatlou Married to n Churcbuiun. Miss Ada Coleman, tho heroine of the bloomer sensation at Mason, O., last simimer, was married to W. K, Cox, superintendent ot the Methodist Sabbath rchool, at four o'clock tho other Tho ceremony was perafternoon. formed at the Mothodlst church, Itev. Mr. Qaddls ofilclatlug. Miss Coleman will bo remembered as the young lady who rodo to church In her bloomer costume and played tho oigan during services whllo thus attired. Sho is g scarcely 17 and ery pretty. The was largely attended. wed-,din- and the quality excelled. see us. un- taking Hood's Sarsapirilla, the great tonic and blood purifier. Cnnlriunn I will be at Field & Holbrook's sta ble in Hattford the first Monday in each month until May, also the first day ot Circuit Court. I castrate stand-- 1 ngnnd tie tl(e artery with Surgeons t, which is absorbed in four days. Tlie only safe plan RidjjeHtigs carefully operated on. Terms reasonable and .satisfactions L, T. Barnard, guaranteed. Beaver Dam, 25i2t cit-gu- Como to Misses Anna McKcnncy.nud Attye Aukttn, of the R E G's attended the entertainment in Hartford 4ast Friday nig'ht nnd were well, .entertained I WUWMUUW ' I DOCTOR AMkA ' ' FAIR BROS. & CO. ' Jr i ,1 ProwtiETORS, fi&ritord Sample of l throughout the evening Mr Guy Statcler is 111 (he country at his aunts,', sick of typhoid lever. Quite n, large crowd attended the bntertniument nt GohiJaft Satur- day night All icpot"; n good time? The brass band chib furnished the Acker's ENQLISH Remedy will t top cough In a night, check a cold In atlav. and curecoiuumntlon if taken in time. I( thalllk yVhoovlnt Couth, ' . P" " . music, Mr E II Patterson, of.Ccntral C,ity, was in town Sunday'. w- - it trvmtly. proupfiavery 1'uiiy v-- futnl dlteate. one-ha- lt fashion. Hartford, Ky. p V Read Ayer's Almanac, which your druggist will gladly hand you, and note the wonderful cures ot rheunia tism, catarrh, scrolula, dyspepsia, eczema, debility, humors, and sores, by the use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, the The R $ G's and QJrtfrF-- Literary Societies vill entertain the students tlajl that eetj, in Study " tomorrow nigiit' in tnc scnooi utuui-In. V 5 ' tacked die. The ureal danger la thox at- o( -- J ' only Sarsaparllla ' World's Fair. admitted at the Profs. Ray nnd Tayjpr nud, ,wlye3 nnd Miss Lula Walker will be present. Wc anticipate a pleasant even- - "'" The dlwaie rrogreMeaao rapidly that tlroloaiaf aiewlioun In treatment 1 often fatal. ACKEU's Knqlisii KcmIV will cute Croup, anil It anniifil I- wayH bo kept the huuso tor emercjclcs. A la cent bottle way aVe.youcchlU' life. ui Threlieiiasc,50e,n,A1IDnii(lttt. tng. Don't forget the oyster supper and . WWWrWVWWVWWrW' Id ACKER MfiDlhyi? ,Cr 18 ChamberM StfSSew York, CO. where ends these Do the bier or the grave cause a smile stones, each five feet in length, come ' or a tear? in opposition the joints must Answer me, answer me, O, dying fitted, and joined with ceyear. ment The entire work is to be done I pause and I listen am I unheard? in s masonry, of stone that Speak to me! Speak to me! Speak is known to be durable but a word." The pavement to be of brick with The barque is now ready the tide's stone curbing, cut and fitted in good ebbing Jow Tell me Oh! tell me the things I warkmanlike order, viz.: the stone composing the curbing to be not less would know." than 18 inches wide, 21, or more, And what true poetry pervades feet long, and 6 inches thick, with these .lines from "Sighing Winds." close joints and straight alignments Why do yott sigh, O, sighing windl The side walk to be 10 feet Must I ask, do I plead in vain? Thy secret too sacred for mortal to wide in front, 8 feet in the the rear, 6 feet on either side hear, Too hallowed for speech, to holy The surface of the brick,pavemeut for ear to come within 10 inches of the top ot Of man.' the line of stone upon which the fence The above quotations are made at is to rest random, and we are aware that we The yard ot the Court House is to have only given a very faint glimpse be graded and sodded, by sloping the of the beauties of even the poems ground in such a manner as will pre from which they nre taken snatches vent washing, nnd a gutter of cement of their melody. The entire book against the fence at the loot of the witli all of its rich, deep harmonies, slope, with round openings through must be read to be fully appreciated. the basement stone of the fence to It is indeed delightful, amid so much lead the water to small stone gutters of the so called poetry of our time, to across the pavement at intervals of peruse n volume of such rare merit. 60 feet With these observations, we close No bids will be received unles acdirrdmpcrfect r6marks upon this in- companied by good and sufficient teresting little volume. We have bond, which must be approved by the spoken admiringly, for we have Committee belore bids are let. spoken conscientiously believing- that 1 John P. Morton, all who are capable of distinguishing Com. B. F Graves, f the divine light of poetry from the J J. E. Pendleton, tinsel of mere verse, will agree in our estimate of these poems, The author is one of the South's Jmorlcan Steam LaundrfV fairest and most accomplished daughN Princeton, Ky., ers. She is a lady gf rare poetic gifts, Does the finest work of any and what she has done is only a herlaundry in Kentucky, ald of what she can do. The work is all guaranteed. Goods arc not torn up, but are returnLincoln' lllrtli-plac- e. ed in good condition. Not long since I stood on the hill where the illustrious Lincoln first Laundry Shipped on Moncaught the glimpse of light. But day, on Friday. there is no monument or lSudworkby JBSrSavo your work for me. which it may be known, excepting the cabin said to contain someoi the logs of the Lincoln Cabin. Thecabin stands Agt. Hartford, Ky. on top of a small hill, which gradually decends to a very beautiful valley North-ea- st nnd on the North-wesa ridge Sooth, but on the South-we- st runs back to the I arm where my grand-fatheAndrew Miller, lived for a number of years, and bulit his first house. East ol the cabin about fifty yards I 4W.M.St. is a pool in a depression some twenty feet deep and thirty yards long by Owemeoo, Ky fifteen yards wide. The water flows from a cavern and nins only a few Gold Crowns $5 to $7 yards and sinks. Above the pool Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 stands a large oak which must Best set of teeth (no better made no matter how much you pay) . $8 have sheltered Abe from sunshine Gold fillings $t up and summer showers. The farm is Platinum Alloy $1 nicely fenced and the trees and small Extracting, pet tooth 25c growth trimmed so that it makes a Painless extracting with Vitalized Air 50c very pretty park. But little can be Extracting free when Artificial learned from the people of Abe's Teeth uie ordered. Office petmanent-l- y youth. located, I saw a very old lady who claimed When the children drink bad water to know that Lincoln was born at eat too much this place and others told me that he and stomachache green fruit, or have or diarrhoea from the moved on Knobb Creek when he was any cause, needn't be alarmed not more than three or four years old. about them. If you will get a 25c or The cabin is built on the exact spot 50c bottle of Dr. Bell's AntNFlux where the original one is supposed to they will be nt play in half hour after the first dose. Z. Wayne Griffin & have stood, with old fashioned chim- Bro. neys and doors,and the wlndowshut-te- rs are made with boards and closed R.I.P-A.N-from the outside While looking into that pioneer cablu I could sec, in my imagination, a dirty, ragged, awkardboy. Next I could see tn REGULATE THE bashful, but industrious young TiiSSJii ?,'iST0HACH, LIVER AND DOWELS ! Next I could see a AND PURIFY THE BLOOD. M S nn evety day laborer. Next I coxtld" Meal- IH,rUXS TABULE8 are Ike see a local politician and hfi hmwl fer JadlaealUe, UUloe.acM, llt.t4kbCMtlpaUea,lrirrU,tkrale I could see n Statesman and a Next U,t.TrJ'kl.',i' ' llreelh, a4 all President and four millions ot citizens Bew.la. JJ? er rder,se Bianeta, nothing eeInjartotualt. Ripen! 'Tttallat eoDfcUa fcl declares so and our Republic so 'firmthenu.tdHcaUeo&.tltuUoa. Are ta,ijftnt relief Uk. !. effMlaal. andbox. Inuuduu cmiejml aire ly established that no nation under Itloe w cent per Her be through BearvetdruOTbt, or tijiaaU. mfU Vlel, ll cent AdJre the sun dares to molest her. And THE RIPANS CHEMICAL CO., again, I can see his name made imi (niece stoijct, xrw yoke crrr. mortal and can hear the shouts from millions of people that he was one of Ducklon'8 Arnloa Salve. the grandest men thut ever lived. Thr IIrst Salvk hi the world for uts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt And when I left the cabin I was made to realize that life is, what we make Rheum, Pever Sores, Tetter, Chrp-pe- d Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and "all R. C. Jarnauin. it. Skin Eruptions, and positively curea Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaculon or motey refunded. Price 25 cents per Cry box. I'OR SJAI.E BY Williams Bell. tf bejac-curatefirst-clas- And the river of Death is it and deep, Or only u lulling stream to rock gently to sleep? Will be let to the lowest nnd best bidder executing bond with satisfactory security on Monday the 37th day 01 January, 1856, nt the Court House door in Hartford, Ky., a contract for laying base of stone around the Court House and ground, together with a side walk of brick on the out side of the fence Srncii'iCATioNS. Stone base, 20 inches wide, not less than 12 inches thick of single stone, laid in ce mentl the surface to be 12 inches beneath the ground. Upon this base to be n stone 22 inches high, (5 feet, not less than five feet long) and 12 inches thick; all that part above the ground (10 inches) to be cut smoothc to perfect alignment, and curved on its top edge upon which the iron railing is chilly to set, with holes put in every six ftet to receive the posts of the iron V i railing At the ly - " jMeleVI returned Marvin Brandon, Lociis- - t; hnfi ville Dental . u flr S ABULES er post-maste- r) Ij..J.'f"We lilc.l.iU, for Children Pitcher' Castorla K &!wmW-'ri- "- r - ?" ,j .dWe- - If1. '"Wee.,,, -- "i evBieear' &" f tXte. ?" .W- -, jt 7 :uy i.LJ y 'r rSA) jy v ft -- - v Advertising; for I'nriiipr. While waiting at n country station tWjiijdjusnia I became acquainted with quite nn intelligent, nicely dressed gentlemen who belonged to tint clns which, according to the lunny newspaper, is the natnr.il mark for the confidence man. During our conversation lie teamed that I wnt conncctedwlih the advertising dcpirttncnt ol the press. "I believe in advertising " he refor Enfants nnd Children. marked, "and practice it, ns nlso do several of my neighbors." HHVTY 7rtrn' oTieerrntlon of Caiiorfn. TrUli tha pa .onngo of The possibility of a farmer adertis-in- g had never occurtedto me, and upmillions of Tioreona, pormlt un to spoitlt of U without gncmlna;. on expressing n curiosity to know in It Is nnqnmtfonnbty tho liost romody for Infant nnd Children what manner farmers couldndvcrtise, tho world lias over lrnown. It In hnrniTcna. Children liito ft. It he said: gives ihom health. It irlll nrtvo tltti llvoi. In H afo.hor hum "I live in one ot the best counties something which in nTitulgtoIr r.eSc on prMlo. U ) gfent o ft in Michigan, where I own nnd till a child's medicine. large arm. In addition to growing all kinds of grain 1 raise both cattle Cnatorla tlostroyo Worrn, nnd hogs, I live within convenient Crmtorlu nllny rovorlshneag. distance of loifr railroads stntlons, Caatnrla prevents vomltin;: Soap each having a number of grain nd Cnatoria cures Dlnrrltcrq nttuWlal Colli', stock dealers. When I conCastorfa rollovos Terthlni; Tronhlf s. clude that I nm Truly tn.ell my Muff, C.Ttorla enro Constipation and Yl,tnl-noy- . I ir.'crt n lead in three or lour local Cnatorla nentrnllia tho tiffoots of parhor.li aril riiii og polaonon air. paj ers published at those villages stating the amount and quality and, Cnatorla does not contain mnrphtnn, opium, or other nnrootlo property. If stock, when it wjll be ready to go. 1 s imarh nnd howele, Caatorla nanlmllato tho food, Then, instead of being compelled to giving hoalthy nnd nattiral. sloop. go from one dialer to another in o- rbottle onlr. It li not old In hulk. Caatorla Is pnt tip In ona-ili- o' . der to receive n fair price, they come Don't allow any ono to nnll yon nnythlnr; olio on the) plea or promUa 10 me, anu ny man ami personally PKUDEXT COUNSEL. that It I "Jnt a Rood" and "trill nnuror ovory pnrpoao." put a price on it. The buyers know Sufferer I've got n lump at back o" my neck, can yer give me sometliln'to my methods, nnd also know that othA. Soo that you pet O euro It?" er dealers are alter me, and as a conChemist I'm afraid I can't give you nnythlng for It at the back of your I on every The sequence they bid the highest price eTST" neck; but I should adt ic you to keep your eye on It. alrrnatnro of they can aflord. I always get the TmiXvli best price going, and my little outlay went to Owensboro, this week with in advertising paysnic. Thenanoth-e- r Mr. Abtile J. (irnlinm Children Cry for Castorla. After nn illness oi several weeks tobacco. tiling: If I want to buy a milk III II III HWmilMII'l hi Mrs. Abble Graham, oneof our oldest Mr. Woodward, Owensboro, spent cow, what is the use of my riding nil citizens, died on Monday last at her n few days this week with his brother over the country inquiring from home in the eastern part ol town. Mr. K. C. Woodward Tom, Dick and Parry for the desired She was about 67 years of age and Hipsley KigRS, son of Mary Riggs, article, and spending four or five dolwas a lady held in high esteem by a happened to quite a serious accident. lars' worth of valuable time when "Bread is the Staff of life," large circle of friends for her kind Wednesday while hauling wood n log fifty cents invested in an advertisedeeds and Christian character. rolled over his leg and it is fe: xc I the ment in the local piper will bring Mrs. Graham was born in Ohio bone is fractured. such a throng of eager sellers as to county, Kentucky, October 16, 1828. Miss Mary Woodward is on the give my premises the appearance of a I county fairground?" She was united in marriage to Mr. sick list this week. Printers' Ink. Miss Fannie Hunter, accompanied John Graham, and after marriage the " The Purest, Strongest and Best. couple moved to Posey county, locat-- , by Misses Eva and Esther Bennett, Ucnrtly ReTtnge. najTged Haggard (at the door) ing in Bethel township. Mr. Gra- and L. P. Bennett, visited her parents ONLY 25c PER POUND CAN. Zmwa&mt Alnddjm, jou see before you n ham died in 1S53, and theiamily con- at McHenry last Saturday and Sun . For sale by btevt: s k II. tt' nl K man! I kin bear do tinued to reside in that township un- day, burden of mo remorse no longer, an' when they moved til a few years ago The Epworth League nt this place hae coins to confess me crime. I She I&me or lhe jJext to Poseyville. She was a member of is still doing a good work among the Killed me old podner, Wabbly Walker, in cold blood or inobby I ort to say Church, and took young people. the Methodist water. considerable interest in work pertainMiss Janie and Mr. Dee Stewart atMrs. Jfewbrlde Oh, what can you j She leaves six tended the handkerchief party at Mr. mean, my poor man 7 ing to the church. Bagged Boggard You remember children: Ben Graham ot Griffin, Linzy Bennett's Tuesday evening W1I1 be Aiiuoiii.ii .you glmmo a hunk of fruit cake yesMrs. McCrocklin of Hartford, Ky., they report a pleasant time. terday, which you told me you had Mrs. Lizzie Murphy of Wayne City, Gedrce III. made wid your own hands? Maud and 111., Mrs. Nora Wilson, Mrs. Newbrlde Yes, but-BaEver person, big, little, old or Haggard An' outer revenge Anna Graham of this place. The funeral was held at Griffin on young, black or white, rich or poor, fro un insult, I gave it to poor Wabbly, who has ever used Dr. Bell's Pine nn' In less 'n hnffer nour after eatln' Christmas morning, Rev. Carnes of Tar Honey pronounces it the best it he fell into do river un' sunk to de Oi ?)ovt?mb conducting the exercises. cough and lung remedy on earth this place bottom like lead. Harper's Bazar. Public inlerfii will rtemlilv ireuMpt1. mihI lt iii'in"iii nt llit The remains were followed to their It's true, too, so we guarantee. s Awful. men vlm v ,im Itiriifd th- - h tl- i- nt tii 1.1 ,m. i ,0, wn.i ,n Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. iiihIit last resting place in the Harris cemeI think that Harry's awful! t the jul mini; l ration iliev t'irc'fil, nil! munt i tho iiumi txtueiy I'd no er havo thought It, j et tery by a large circle of sorrowing reHe put his arm around me rxcitiic iu the history ol the country I'OllTilAIT. i:HI.Y 1.IM.-OI..Poseyville, Tho very first time to met! latives and friends. I think that he's too awful! (Ind.) News, Dec. 26. Why last night In th) Grand Old Itlght and Left, he really Mrs. Graham was a former tesident He really squeezed my hand! The lemlii'K Kpulilir.in Inmi'y newpiii lie 'Jni.i I him, will itil)!irlt ot this county, and has many friends I think that Harry's an ful! nil tl:e niliticni newj of tli'tuv, ititi)rimin' toivo.y Auivriuui uu.uit night ho kissed me twice! and relatives here who will learn ol I think that he's Just awful, ot p.irty nliilintion'. Uut I think he's awful nice. her death with much sorrow. Also ifi'ucral news iu riumctivx fmoi, lon-i'- i -- NY. World. f rr. iip.m ivua- - rnveriiij; tho uews of tin world, nn minotillnril ilrfiiniMiit 'p. mi i,. hoik in tho ns Jliuli lor loll. ! A" Safe llet: It Jlii' nH'lnn-ny- , liort of Irving, 111 , Mr. Fred Miller, Lady (very plain) Well, what do conutry, nurkpt leports wliich nru ricojiii.il stories, cunpletein e.ipli tiutrber, 'liiM'ri'uin niili immnr in i pi if. Iohii ,you wont? writes that he had a Severe Kidney Tramp Me nnd me pal's left a dis- nml ilnniosttc, with t heir best puriiii1 ifinr. icl.i m p 'm, nix A 1I1 nilcile trouble for many years with severe scriptiops ot wonieii's nttirt1. wi:h h hi i .i nr.il mirni'Mfn c'imrliiifiil tit pute to you, mum. pains in his back and also that his hotiehohl interest. Tho "Xe-- V ri; '.V.rkl tmilv Tiioiiiitt" i mm idfu Lady What Is the dispute? bladder was affected. He tried many Tramp As to whether you looks pancr, with u ei cnhitioii lur.t'rth i'i lin I'.im ot'or Mxni pHbliialion in . tliH ctitm'ry I- more like Mrs. Langtry orMaryAnder-conso railed Kidney cures but without (rum the nil'un ot ud,ili, mi- - cinm We had a bet of n lunch on It, ni tde in i's iletm'-.- . tfii linj; r uivo 11 any good result. About n year ago srnitT li' tii Mii'i, mid mum, nnd If you'd kindly decide the bet 'tioro intiri'4 to ilu1 whmihii and yitui(; tiionlo t '.h h n.,,,n he began use of Electric Bitters and nnd adtance us the lunch, we'd bo nmch A S'K'I Mi CON TiZAI. T unnli ' II r n nnli. j iititsi an ' found relief at once. Electric Bitters obliged. r iE UEl'UliLIfAN tor They got the lunch. X. Y. Itecordcr. is especially adapted to cure of all i I Do OF Course-- 1 w ) fDoyou Wash QUICKLY? Hi: )Doou WashTHOROUGHLY? IDoyou Wash CHEAPLY? You may IF you will use T -- The best, purest and most economical soap made Sold everywhere. Made only by Claire Hr: 3EOJ' Cmi m I m i''.. buy-ersin- THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, St. Louis. !3bx fyj V M T3 155 8 If sc K An glegant Jili KrSsesn -- ftWfti Ophostered Sail s 11 VAahogany ?at lor fao-tlni- 2SW. ywft Pitcher's Somebody will get this innKiiiflcciit pici'iit FKKI? nml verbotly wlio makes n ptircli.tse f $3 or over wlM lutve elm nee to pet it; Hie ilrnwiit); to be lielJ Jnmtnty 1, 1S96, before n cciinniittce ol Ocns-poio'icptefentatKe citizens, nt tlie HE it F I'fa0S. When A Qomes to HI Al Ballard's Obelisk K K I comp'tte line I Heb Koom Kitchen. I'atlrir Office, IHiiinc Room Wc cmi hell 1111 School I'litnitiiie wttli TrictB lower IImp b'loit jou a bd room set .or $10 50, or n Mtleboanl lor the Minn pnee which nill Thcc, however, ate just you feel good every time 011 look nt it s.implcs ol our uncqualetl iMruiiins.ol which wt lmve an i'mtivnsc house lull. The finest line ol parlor Milts. I'loor nml Swli quij; Kackcts. Desks and nnd URRRAI. TRRAT-MliNCOUR nook casts eer in OAvnslxirGoods. FAIR, nml ilONlvST ncaliiiK, STYLISH nnd The VKRY LOW 15ST I'ticts. P Wcll-Matle we dre in the Iead. ftarniure T OF THE HUO SMS IMsyTLTii kurnitukk house, H. S. WOLP.lli W tin. Owensboro. ; gged Jhu i 1. smt: ri 38. il.i-o- raw II-'- i.;-;t- j-- THEN. Y. WEEKLY TaiSUNE, I 'l ( I WW YJm 1 f'M Represenc- ed b sWIIIMl.sWsMmll.MIn.. sssK4L2uiLftS4sBBH inl uil"..' ruirmim iW9TB , Kidney and Liver troubles nnd olttn gives almost instant relief. One trial will prove our statement. Price only Williams & Bells Drug 50c. At Store, lil III. '9 I I i r !7 The Anaconda (Arizona) Recorded gets off this piece of journalistic philosophy which every newspaper man can fully appreciate. If everybody would act accordingly, the papers would fairly effervesce with local news and the society and personal columns would be more spicy than a woman's tea party. Don't get mad if "your visitor's lisme docs not appear in the personal column Perhaps you did not tell the editor he's no mind reader. Don't get mad if your neighbor's doings are referred to more frequently than your own. Your modes ty may be keeping you in obscurity. That s no dream. A newspaper man can't spend all his time on the street and make three meals n day. If you know nn item ot news hold us up and give it out of jour .system, II we jet there will be n blunit second-handeder in it. Give the reporter an item. It does uot cost you anything nnd perhaps he miiy be able to reciprocate sooner than expected. Tlie liU'itl l'liiiHitn. James L. Francis, Alderman, Chicago, bays: "I regard Dr. King's New Discovery as an Ideal Panacea for Coughs, Colds and Lung Complaints, having used it in my family for the last five years, to the exclusion ol physician s pretictiptions or i i other preparations." Rev. John Burgns, Keokuk, Iowa, writes: "I have been n Minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church for 50 years or mote, uiul have never found anything to benefictnl, or that gave me such speedy relief as Dr. King's New Discovery." Try this Ideal Cough remedy now. Trial bottle Free at Williams & Bell Drng Store, Taken Ordera. Mrs. Jones And so your son left college and has taken orders. MCCLURC'S MaGAZINI! ONADRAin.M Mrs. Smith Yes, and I think he will Lincoln-McCIure'-s now be successful In ministering to hu(Tlie regular t pric.i ol the two pipcra in 5'2.2") Magazine has struck a manity. Suli2uriitinii6 11. uv begiu ill nu (iuiu. Mrs. Jones Han he entered tho Epispopular chord in the presentation of Address all ordera lo tho copal church? unpublished history of Abraham Lin Mrs. Smith Oh, no, he hasn't coln. The niurtrated life of Lincoln entered any church; he Is a waiter in a begins with the November number. restaurant. Texas Sittings. The newly discovered early portrait Write your name nnd address on .1 postal card, send it to Geo. W. Bes The Usaal Vate. Brown You looks ns if you had tho Room 2, Tribune Ruilditifr, Isew York City, and sample copy of THE of Lincoln, which foims the front! NEW YORK WKfcKLY TR1HUNK will he nailed to von blues. piece of McCIure's Magazine for Nov- w: iiiitiiiii mi niiiimiisiis siwuiw ii isiiiii AtxazTrnuMankUBanvtl wtw Robinson So I have. I'vo lost my mi ember, has aroused more interest benutlful new silk umbrella. than any portrait ol Lincoln e er be"Where did you lenve It?" (U1E-UI"I dildn't leae it anywhere. Tho fore published. It shows how Linowner met mo and took it away from coln looked when young, and was me." Spare Moments. taken at least fifteen to twenty years G A Facetious Judge. earlier than any other known porJudge What's tho charge? trait. Policeman Drunk, your' honor. Judge (to prisoner) What's your i i ! c When your child is eating an aps name? pel or a piecceof bread put one of Dr. Trlsoner Joe Gunn. Reduced Subscription nates by Mail, Pcstago Prepaid. Bell's Tiny Tonic Tablets in it nnd if Judge Well, Gunn, I'll discharge M t th 53 o. Daily and Fundny . . . . OneYtrr there is any constipation- .- here it will you this time, but you mustn't get Ope Year, Jl 50. Mturday I'lition, id pises piss offjtt.st as easy. All dealers sell loaded again. Tens Slftings. . . Une Year, J2 00. Sunday lidltion, 2S to 40. tiRft them at 250 a vial.'Z. Wayne Griffin WIU5KLY, Issued in Semi Weekly Siction.s, S pines rach Tncsclay and Iii- It Trill Not Answer. &Bro. day, id pages evety week, one Si uoj Six months, 50c. Spatls What do you think of tho Aiie you going to read Tub Rk- - new French Idea of curing diseases by THE in usually conceited to he the bot ol Ameiican tho application of cold? newspapers, nnd at tla-f-- tcduced lutes it is alio the cheapest. l'UiiucA.tliin year? Bloobumper I don't think there can lor and punts mote news than any other be anything in it. If the theory wero THE Good Old Granny Metcalf, 86 years true, a man paper 111 the United StHte- - It w ill be inliipt ns ible during tlie coin who happened to bo old, living at 6:8 Monroe reet, ing great National campaign, and the low price placet it within ic.ich married to a Boston Ky., snys tint Dr. Bell's Pine never be 111. To Date. woman would ot nil Tar Honey is the best grip cure, by newsdcnlus eU-r- where at 2 cents TIIEGLOUE'DEMOCRAf is To lie Inspected. cough, Inns; and bronchial remedy Dellveied lo regular lor the Daily and 5 cents lor the Sunday Customer See hero! all the buttons , that has been offered to the people do rents n month II subscilbers, Daily nnd Sunday. 15 cents a came oil this coat tho first time I during her life Guaranteed by. Z, your local dealer does not handle it, tiisM upon linn procuring it lor wore It, Wayne Griffin & Bro. you, or send youriiibscnpliqn with lemitUnct: tlitect to the puoluhcts. Dealer Yah. So many beobles admire dot coat, you Rhvcll upmlt prido tarPaiticutar nttentioti iscalUd to the WEEKLY" ly Scientific) American cr Ttusdny mid 1'riday, und burst doso buttons off. N. Y. itsued in stctiou, einht paijes Weekly. Agency nukinjii' ptiictlcally a lirt-- f Semi Weekly 1'per tor only one DOLLAR a year. This issue just fills the bill lor the I usy man, wno has not the lime VFlmt She Sulil. to read a daily papei, and yit desiiei ti Ueep prumptlv anil thoroughly A charming oung belle of the Bloux iiosteii. It toes to every Slate alniot to evety I'oM office in tin Union Stooped ocr to lace up her shloux, nut sho said as she lac-No matur where ji u live, jm vrnl fiml i All Anietici is it leitittiate field " I must have these replaced, 10 dc it invaluable txu a ut'Wdpupcr nnd home jourmtiil I'or I see they no longer will dloux," 1.25 ONE Hiihi-cii,- Ll yr; u-- to 1 HARTFORD RKPUBIJCAN, SI so "" Returning prosperity will ninko ninny rich, but no where can llicy much within u short linio as by succeroful tipeculatiou iu Grain, l'rovii FOR EACH DOLLAR QAK,SON ft CO. small PfOfTI nukt Investments. inn and Stock. THE ST, LUIS T $10. 00 Invostod canbomadoby our Systematic Plan of Specnlation Th Nati nal and Rep s ontative Republican New F atqs. jtr Ccc.i GLOWS-DEMOCR- GLOdE-DEMOCKA- .is uri!iiintc(l by us. All succcBaful speculators operate on a regular iytem. It is a well known fact that there nro tlioiidiiids ot men in nil parts of the United States who, by systematic trading through Chicago brokers, make largo amounts every year, ruiigiii(! from a lew tlioiitnnd dollars for the njtin who invests a hunilteil or two hundred dtillura up to 850,000 to 8100,000; or inoro by thou) who invest it lew thousand. It is nlso u taut that those who make the largest profits from en m pari mini I invcsttiK'titsoii this plan nre persons who live nway Ironi Chicago und invests through biokwc who thoroughly midcretand systeinnlic trading. Our plan does not rirk tho whole amount invested on any trade, but cnveis both Miles, ro that whether tho market rises or falls It brings u steady , short limn. profit llmt p'lei up etiortiiouily 111 WRITH FOU CON VINCINC5 PROOFS, nlso our Manual on iiiccmi-til- l specnlntiou and our Daily Mirket Report, lull ot money making pointers Highest ret ALL FRICE. Our Mununl explains margin trading lully. ereiicesiu regard to our sihihIiiiu' and sueee-")- . h'l G mo For further inlormiition address 11 IH0M.AR & iiua we-k- 211 Louisville. St. Westbound traina j No si No 53 6 30 p 111 74; n 111 , 8 no 6 45 8 40 7 20 S 43 7 3 8 SS 7 i 00 , BanhQr and Broken, Uialto iuldine, Chicago. III. I GLOBE-DEMOCRA- T, ouis & Texas rtailway Cumpany. Tluse trims run dai'v Hut li'iund trains. I srvnor-- j No 54 Si Si ! Semi-Week- Lv U Deix t. ImihVi) e . . . Ktnluck) Htntt VVVM u, 9miliic J"UliLUuiu,UUl vor tnronnatinn ftna rrce Handbook writ ta MUNN Your. CO, sol linoiuwiY, OUnt burr au for lemrliu latent la America. brought before Every patent taken um by u the puUlo by a notice given fro of enow 1a tbft mw 4HTJi dF CAVBATIt. TRADE MARKS. Mi Chicago Hecord. DESIGN PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, oto.l HUltlSWI) TOIINGSTKIl. Sample Copies free on application to iiraiiwsi 7 3 7 45 7 55 S . Itcwk . GLOBE PRINTING CO., Ht 8 04 8 13 9 "5 9 14 9 23 9 . . . . . llnvm Long Uranli IliHiuUiihufK Hkrnn . . VllooVf lltiwrd Point ... . , . r 1 ( p 111 12 45 12 o,s ' 8 05 p m 75 7 111 12.3 . . . 1 ; . 11 52 45 6 707 H9 6 53 . . , 11 ' . . . 37, 28 11 l j&wtow iMW1 fnm womm n.oruiya,a a IUbM litlls. Mo 828 37 947 955 3' ' 845 U VantU circulation of any irlenUno paper In lb rlenully lllutrahJ. No lulaliljent urm. ia mil hu without it. Weekly, a 3.1)0 earillinUmonllu. AUdrtM.MUW 4.V., llruadway. New York City, R I P A N i.i.-- n S oni! owns RiaiRr. Anyone finding n bracelet woven on it, vil word "Laurn" please leave satne t this office was lust dutiug Fair week. W JX rax rLrJ.",!:c,,.,ABnts.$75 wnI Ki.luilM Mirier?. ! Btlmu, ai.a.roi afuull r.fii M arl.i lbra iIim. vlUiavt Wflltlril Hi. ae4i. TM fwik tb bull. ia raMhllMt ., UUailMh.r. Tk ultM (Jllk e. interne itching and btingiugnuoit at uightiworse by scratching. If allowed to continue tumors form, which often bleed und ulcerate, becomingverybore. Swanu'8 Ointment stops the itching and bleed-iua- ', heals ulceration, nud in most eases removes the tumors. At druggists, or by mail, for 50 cents. Dr, lSw,iyne& Son, Philadelphia. mii.m(i.i: iiwi.i.. Several fanners, from this locality, I'ilr! lMr! Hilling Svmi'Toms Moisture; IMIfk. nmm Hit. dring W,i. Vt Mkldll luiua WkV P' aiftr, .4MlMbkndirlliblf. - Nbr.baaliba,riuii.OhH. O. ...JSttE- U.rb . It, CIMiltrirtM. with the W, 1'. IIAUIIUON A CO., Hrabl.rrtau4 t.llbt, r,4 cbMirwl rv tk IHL llrlikl. pIUa LbM, 8 58 9 02 9 05 9 18 9 2t 9 33 9 44 1003 in 18 10 23 10 .s , . . Irvinglou , . . Webster . , , . . , Lnd hurt; , Sample , , . , . . . . . , , Stephfnt.pi!) . . , ... . , 'i ...... . . . . .'10511 10 4 1200 to 27 13 09 d 24 6 16 647 639 603 5 55 5 48 5 35 5 31 5 29 5 17 5 14 5 03 4 53 '. Io,j8 In Addison 95 II Tor NHlr. On sfl'o'Hnhip iu the ItuHnr-'fnll.-L.e- . h,r 1 Cavrata,and Trade-Marobtained anil all Pal. era imuneM conauctca lor moomatc Our Orricc it Oppositc U, B, patent omcr. aad we imki uro patent in leu tuna law i1k remote from Waihlntrtoii. bend model, or photo., with detcrlp-- t tlon. Wo aihUe, If patentable or not, fie oft uur its noi am tin patent it accureo. uwevi I!ow toObtaln Patent A Biuiriirv whfi coat of tama In lb U, S, and foreign cuuuict tent free. Addrcas, C.A.SNOW&CO. orr. frier, Washinciton, c. PATtNT O D, Ointbitnply ment " Nointeriinlmcdictre jrcjuir Cities tetter, ecnm, itch, nl cd. Mother Tommy, why don't yam eruptions on the Ince, nose, &c.,lenv cite your little brother halt of your i the skin clear, white and healthy applo? Its great healing nnd curative powers Tommy Can't do It, xna. father ate possessed by no other remedy. tells me never to do things by halves. Ask your dtugglst tor Swwnh's lli I'n re nil NUIn apply "riw.iyne'.s ll-n'.- articu us. n Lexington C.'INtthli- - nflJcc you 1008 958 10 15 It will pa t' " ' nnwwvwvvWVM Texas pi f tings. , OINTMENT, 34 iy. hns something justusgood torcnuhs, grip, etc., as Dr Hell's I'ineTarllon cy don't you believe it, for we guar-an- te that is Is not true We make the genuine and authorize all drug gists to guarantee it. The E. E Sutherland Co , Faducah, Ky. Wayne Griffin &Bro For sale Whenever ilriiKgbt tills ouhe bZ, II 15 II 23 II 31 II 38 II 55 1035 1038 1048 11 00 05 II 08 1 1 10 10 9 57 in 39 . . . . Shops . , , 10 41 9 53 i, . . SkilluiHti". . 9 4" I" 53 Hatt-M'ill. 1 . 9 3" "5 ' , . . . 22 11 13 l'etrm , 18 . , . Falcon 9 16 it , . . . . . Lenisport 11 2 9 07 , , . . Waltnuti . . ,?-.- , . 9 no 113s 8 50 , Powers II 45 Fates . . . . . . '. 8 37- 11 57 8 27 . . , Owensboro , . 12 07 p iu ,', 8 is . . . . . Mnttinglv 12 19 . , , 8 10 Griffith 1224 8 06 , , Stanley 12 28 . , , Worlhington 7 59 1235 . Reads 7 52 12 43 Spottsville 12 51 7 43 , . . 730 . , Uasketts , , , 1258 . Lv, Henderson I I5PU 1 . 720am iioit Clovt'iport ' .... ... .'... .'...'... 44 4 40 ... 432 4 25 ..... .... ... ... 416 4 05 3 53 3 44 3 3 39 36 3 30 3 23 316 3 10 255pm