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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, TS&US S1.25 Per Annuo, In Adunce. M. u ix. vol. "' y. "y It $1.25 per year. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1892. 1,'imnlnl ngninst tho pitfalls of life. U iinioli better to avoid a cnlamity ihnu to ivpjut afterwards. Repentance never puts a tiling whero it win before. Wo oio presumed to be living by providence in this country. In Eng NO. 17. A"ik22 ( J GnoRtiK Smith. land and German empires wheu a There's n little man in Hartford, bishop or nobleman dies they send Most people call him Jim, Report Who keeps a livery stable him to hc.ivcn by acts of parliament, Of Advanced Deportment of District In truth, he keeps it in trim. whilo wo send ours to the same place No. 82 Z. H. Shultz, teacher: by nil act of providence. Jen mo Caecbier 94, Mabel Rcid 91, But he's such n constant joker, Such an everlasting pest May not tlieso customs get into tho Ella Wndo 02, John McDowell 92, He's always "guying" somo one, mitub of our children, so as to live a Olga Wndc 92, Lcodii Maddox 91, JNobotly gets a rest, hap hazard, by hook or crook life. Lena Rcid 91, Maude Cairns 90, He's a whole team and a canton, Mr. Jefferson's idea was to teach the Laura Casebier 88, Mabel Carten 88, This dandy little Jim children how to think; to take nothing Lillinn James 87, Verda Graves 87, A long lane always has a crook ataia, Oanaumptlan, orafuta, for granted until it vs CTamined. an all Anaamla an Waatln Tho boys now guy him. Jeesis Rock 84, Georgia Rcid 84, Ho wrote to his ward, (his sister's laaaaaa. Prtnrant waatlmB In Alma Herald 83, Miller Rcid 83, And this is how it happened, paaaiuaia aa hllaYan. Aimatt son), who was at college. aaflk. fJM atife Aa aaaaaaa. fia-paGordon Young.82, Hiram Howard 82, It was on 'lection day, you know, "1 may not bo nt your examinaBavna, Oiiestits, f s aU Georgia Kimbly 82, Jackson Carter 81, Tho Australian Ballot System, Vrajulia,. Tark. PoM Vf tion. Nature has been kind to you. Wns the way it had to go. L-u!far aJ Ada Hendric 79, Griffin Rcid 78, You hnvo a good mind, tieo it; think, WW Ilia a iiUH uraU.ia. 1'JUJI all, Hunt 74, And Jim he voted early, Idn Smith 75, Arthur even LOUIS. of At least ho thought ho did, oraory ot Our Old examine shouldtho existence will God. Ernest Bell 73, Mary Bell 73, Ncal he one he have If there And ho camo out smiling broadly, Fiiond, JoBoph Great no less respect for you because you Duncan 73, Estell Graves 72, Luther iot n single tooth was hid. Varta the Openinir. of the Gentlo 71, Annie Duncan 70, Mattie houso, Husband of My have examined the mntter." FALL and WINTER TRADE. action, are now tho leading actors in PROFESSIONAL CARD. Herald 70, Ida Gillum 70, Alex Ho wns lively, he was tunny, TonnRoat Sister, tho Pot If people will not talk of their T."rg'- And wns leasing all the boys, some of tho best concocted conspiraCnirs 70, Mattie Tichenor 02, Luther My Early Man- thoughts, or write them down Child of 3". ZEci-win-. Weofler Jor jour itiepcction When nil at once ho shuddered and cies to delude unwary men, rich, simCampfield 57, Willie Wnkeland 57, hood. And made a gnping noise. ATTORNEY AT LAW, hnvo them discuwed, they arc of no ple old debauchees, and involve the The Inst net in tho drama is closed Hattie Williams 55, Lonnie Mitchell more use than Inet night's dream. - KENTUCKY. With quivering lips he whispered, young and even tho innocent in acts HARTFORD, for one more heart. Jowph Grcni-hous- e 50, Hubert Henson 49, Myrtle Tichm and Decirable Goods at 01 Who hns any acquaintance with a "O, hit me with a mallet, of shame and results of permanent was one of tho best men 1 ever 48, Daisy Kimbly 45, R. L. I'll swear before enor J. S. 1. WEDDIDI. John lit. S.QLE1V. xy Reasonal.li FrloM knew in an experience oi feventy- - priest, preacher or banker, who would Rcid 41, Delia Williams 40, Charles I failed to stamp myRhea, disgrace. As a rule these women are Grlen-- a 6s "'Wed.diaa.a-;- , Ballot." -- AT TTTT- .allow, if they could help it, .to call in highly educated, havo had wide exLayton 38. icvcn years He was not the sranrtckt, The crowd they wildly hooted, m m perience in their inclinations to do Ho question their methods of manipuworld goes. as the flutter of tho Tho "Rads,' O, how they guyed HARTFORD, KY. Klnloh' VlUliwr lliKt Tou mid for cm tp lating the labor of others, and living wrong, and enjoy positions in "sociwas unseeuming not a prctcuiler.but all fjmtomi npietltp, PitiinoM.and (Office, over Anderson's Bazaar.) him. oil of the masses, who foolishly allow tion,I"iof 10 and 75 eta per bottle at Z. ety" for the time beine, during which tl Ijapeiia. l'rite Will practice their profosslon In all the courts a doer. Ho thought he was a chris-tiaThe small boy fairly sniggered, Ohio and adjoialng counties, and court of Appeals others to think for them, while they ITnjno Griffin Ilro. they are engaged snaring a victim. It Special attention given to criminal practico and The Democrats denied him. In this he was mistaken. Ho IMPORTED SUITINGS v2nmy live in poverty nnd tho blewings of a ('wishing; I.rnUn to Consnniptlon. frequently is the case that somo of collections, was very much liko ninny persons ..i j Thev kicked him nnd they cuffed him, From the fnhion centres of Europe. fur of! country, (after death?) As a UTiip'i Ratiom atopi tliucouliat oncf. I m , brought up in the clatter of'ihc clergy, And druc him through the street; theso women are in permament "bus.A.. AMERICAN FABRICS mntter of bueincss tho classes can have NHII.OII'K COl'MIL an I C'onvimptio They pulled him nnd they yanked him iness" in a locality or there temporaoften tor revenue, who denounced (he dead after tho funer- Cure lnDold by us on a KUirantce. It new and beautiful pattern!. In no use for Till ready lor mincemeat. rily, pursuriug what appears to be a Sold by Z. Wayne (Jriffin 1 Ilro. tho natural innn ns wicked by nntuie. al and the undertaker is dono with EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS reputable calling. One of tho first his church; Ho wns much better than HARTFORD, KY. I.iiur' rurdteinra moc (lie bowe And now he's meek and lowly, In fall nml winter novelliei. Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoin, efforts of this tribe of false pietenders Most any kid can lick him, His kind them. The greatest problem in life tiwry tiny. so is almost everybody. is its sorrows. From somo trouble In ordir to b beiltli) thli li neccisary. is to secure the good will of some un- ing counties, and tho court of Appeals, bpecia. And every Democrat ho meets, benevolent mind did not tell him he attention given to collections. Ho asks the Dcm. to kick him. not one is exempt. nr name on any I'aehege niraaa sophisticated pactor of a church, as Office north side public square. Tl Try had n right to tell a lie, that the Catarrh Cured, health and sweet breath The good book Remedy, IrSliiloh'a well as the acquaintance of promi KST VALUES for LOWEST Prices truth might much more abound, or thinking. Now, does not encourage Naial Injector freeCatarrhSVnjnc Griftinl'rlcc 10 ctl Ur at Z. this precept may bo E. D. GUFFV. If there is anybody in this world nent people, and once succeeding in II. D. HINGO. hand m 6,000 Fall and Winter to cheat an infidel and He did over nil right for tho clergy and the synwho is tired of living and who wants this their way is open for the 'peT0 Ho Shot tho Dovil. not part of it to tho Lord. Cloaks, Latest Styles, "I once saw tho devil," was the everybody else to kick him, it is that tration of acts which not only have believe his wife was les than his dicates. While wo allow them to think for us as a job, who pays the fid startling announcement made by G. man in the recent election who passed vilenessin them, but partake of vil$3.50 to $35 each. equal. He had acted on this princi Will practice In all court' of dler? Who will keep tho wolf W. Ryrne to the Story Teller's Club. in his ballot without stamping it. lainies of the most desperate charac- counties, nnd In Superior CourtOhio and adjoining and Court of Ap. Co plo for 37 years. Collection nil legal bunlness attendee and the sherifl from the door? ter, The men who fall into the o. Office, No. 329 andMarket stIIartford, Ky. "At least I was as certain ot it at the E. And as to hirj children, lie did not net 138 Fourth Av., Louisville, Ky. s If, as tho good book fays, the One day last week while genial clutches of these wretches nre picked time as I am now that I was mistnk toward tbem as if they wero his chatof the damned in hell add to en. One day I waa particularly bnd John Bean was clerking for Mr. to pieces, blnckraniled, harrassed, and Ho Ecem ties or owed him anything. ed to know that a demand of lovo or thejoy8 of those in heaven it doesn't and the nurse expressed tho opinion Ross, a little fellow came into the in some cases actually driven to deATIORKSy AT LAW, obedience forfeited confidence, and hold good on this planet. I am glad it that the devil would get mo before ment shop and quietly nnd, it seemed, spair and suicide. There is a public does not. Arc wo to believe that morning. with ranlace and aforethought called opinion crystalizing not exactly in Sho described him as an the willing act of love and Internal sentiment between children and pa- God inspired one to writo and anoth- unprepossessing gentleman dressed in for somo "hog pork." Now, I hnvo favor of the victims of such creatures, ht. i.outa tex. r. k. er to contradict him. Were Paul black, with great fiery eyes nud homes heard of ham nud shoulder and "mid- who are too often ready to bo caught, rents. TZ. TZ. St, La.ii & Ten liluj, InliTillii He was bo much nature's man as to nnd Barnabas inspired to quarrel with on his head. That night I lay awake dling," and jowl, and bacon, and but in opposition to these sirens who and "old ned" nnd saus-sag- e, who carry sorrow and wretchedness rule by a confederacy of interests, each other? In the old testament and watched for him. Ho was stand- spare-ribs- , CIIKM'M. 1.1 EFFECT .NOV. 1, 191. s, nnd souse, aud into families and strew their paths God is compared to wild nnd savage ing by the door, and sure enough he and claiming no reward for doing his duty. .N..M, N..S1, Paily. TrT.STrlOU.NIl. animals, as a unicorn, n leopard in was dressed in black, had eyes like fresh pork, and salt pork, and pickled with wreck which affect the securi T)J. his mem(Office in Crowcler Ilulldlng.) He did not have to charge W Kr. practice his courU of - 7.45 a.m. ItSp.'r. ory with proper obligation and legal tho way, a young lion roaring on his saurcersnnd unmistakable horns. 1 pork, but I'm free to confess that I ties often ot business and destroy fair Ohioilland adjoiningprofession In all the Notary counties. Also tl . m. 7.M f. ra. W.tl r.lit T2n22Iy l'nbllc prey, a bear beseiged of her whelps, dived down under tho bedclothing never heard of ''hog pork" beforo. character in the innocent." 1.17 a. m. 1 17 p . r. law. nndenbnrg I i.m. 117p.m. Irvinrtin Tho new testament compares God and shivered with apprehension. Here, young man, have a chromo. I Ho told me last summer at his homo 11 p. m. i m . m. rspn.iip.rt to a shepherd, n father, a saviour. finally had to come up for air and ho County Teachers' Associa.. IMli.m. Illp.m. that all goodness came of tho chrisClivirpirt :& .............. Hill . m. 19 18 p. ra. Xj. KCeavriaa, Sewtsvilli A young lndy recently asked me Jsow which ot these comparisons was waiting for me. I was to fright tion. tian rcligisn. I said to him this can11 St . tn. 10 M I.wlrrl ATTORNEY AT LAW, ened to cry, but I mado a dash for what it would tnkc to mnko a Model Tho Teachers of the County aro m. 11 11 p. m. not bo so, truth and goodness never was inspired? Owenibore It. II r. l.M p. m. 11 K p. n. had a beginning; that so far as this Careful thinking conducts to enre the window and went through it with- Kentucky Girl, and of course I didn't urgently requostod to meet at Ilart-fo- rd tpetliville l.M p. v. lima. m. Ar. Iiiidirt.n 1 rushed into feel exactly like expressing myself, ful living. Intellectual slovenliness out raising the sash. Will practico his profession In all the Court! ef College, Saturday, Doe. 3, to globe is concerned, Christianity was Ho.4, Vit.lt, Ohio nnd adjoining counties, and in the Court ef my father's room in a hysterical con- being afraid the picture I would complete the organization of n CounDaily of very late dnto. Christ1 leads to imraornl, slipshod ways. Pally. modern, XATfOU:n. Appeals. Special attention given to collection. All tho qualities which theology dition and got tho shotgun. Ho nak- draw would reach so far from her ty Association and participate in tho Office, over Williams, jlell A Co' drugstore. 7.15 .m. 1:19p.m. taught, "BlcKcdarc the poor;'' "Take It. atindirsen 7.57 a.m. 1 17 p. m. -- . p.lMl!l to God reciprocally destroy ed what I was going to do, and I expectation that it might cause a exorcises mentioned in the program. no thought for tho morrow;" "Be 17 . tn. 4 13 p. m. Ow.mVer. each other. replied that I was going to shoot the catastrophe, in which I certainly Let every teacher come, imbued with m. licvo.or bo damned." Liwlipart Paul taught IWe.m. Illp, .sse.m. tlOp.aa a'awesvltle After ho mado the world ho then devil, arid I did it, too. I rushed up would have been worsted, as I ulwaya zeal for the cause, nnd to do all ho Christ that woman was n menial. in 01 a. m. e n p. w. Cleverpirt 10 tl a. m. I. II p. sa, ttepkiaipart taught, my friend, you must desert made man and womau and let them to tho broken window, inserted the have been in such instances. But I can to aid in tho proposed work. 11 M a. m. 7. p. m, Jrvlagten muzzlo of tho gun, aimed at the big, promised her that I would somo day I'KOQItAM. ands, home, wifo and children, nml fall. A very careless nurse. 7.11 p. a. 11 . m, raadenhnrg As for Jesus, ho was much liko our staring eyes and pulled both triggers. givo her my opinion in regard to He 0:30; Invocation Rev. J. S.Cole-ma- n. lx .5 p. ra. I 05 p. m, follow him to be n christian. Watt Feint . 1 M p. in. I M p. n. Jr. Ltilitlll said he thought it strange that ho had peddling politicians; if not he would His Satanic mnjestry camo off his Kentucky girls, nud I take this methnot have made tho bribory promises pearch in ono timo and two motions. od of reaching the young lady in quesII n I5n. tl tnak. rennrctltn Trlm N. Organisation. never taken these things to heart. Vocal Salo Miss (Ennd.j Irtln. trJitTltrillMbnrr ncrpl.d) with R. R., fnnt nd Every neighbor knew of his devo- to his deciples that as a reward for What was it? A big homed owl, tion. 1 propose to express myself in Florence Morton. A Wfit.rn Vg3&&r Fer Address, tm boiBd. n. c,rurihtr Informtllon, tddr.H tion to his wife, and in his last will adhering to him, or his party, they sitting on n peg whero hung tho drees as few words as possible, aod perhaps "Why We Fail" Dr. uoncuK, im. rvr i'u many a fair damsel will say I havo should one day sit on the twelve coat of the hired man." and testament he so ordered it that W. Alexandor. I..oUti11, Xy. thrones, judging tho twelve ribes of Croup, Whooping Cough an. llronehllls Imms described her, but I have no particusho bo his sole executrix nnd guardiVocal Solo Miss Ella Rowe. an of his minor children, without Isreal, Ho would never have uttered dlately' rellered by Slmoh'a Curo. At Z.W.Qriffln lar girl in my mind ns I writo these NOON RECISS. Ilro. Drug Store. lines. Tho nearest I can describe tho rcvcugeful words, "Whosoever bond. 1:45. Chorus Choral Club. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT her, is in tho following lines of poetry, 1 do not think ho ever thought of shall deny me beforo mnn,him will I A Free Trip to Tho World's Fair, Address Prof. E. R. Ray. dying or living on the goodness of also deny beforo my father which is and countless other attractive prcm which I find in ray scrap-book- : Is prepared to do all kinds of Vocal Solo Miss Eva Morton. Her eyes would match tho cloudless in heaven." A poor tell tale boy to As it was his highest satanother. iums, from a doll to n watch, bicycle, "My School" Miss Lucy Town-sen- d. Dental work at reasonable prices. skies, isfaction in helping others, so it should tell tales. organ or rifle, are oflered for a little Wheu cloudless skies are bluest; The protestants abuse tho Roman bo oura in keeping right and wrong pleasant work near homo, by the pub- ner heart will always take its part, Vocal Solo Miss Tulu Pendloton. in their proper places. Wo only catholics for their pretenco of forgiv- lishers oP.WIDE AWAKE. For full When Kentucky girls hearts are . Address 0. M. Shultz. truest. know how much our parents loved us ing sins and selling iudulgonces. What particulars, free, address W. F. KelInstrumental Selection Miss Vor-d- a for his priests say Dost thou liko tho picture, young by tho love wo hnvo for our children did Christ say.--- or 1G lm logg, Box 188, Boston, Mass. Duke. lady, if so I feel relieved and congrat nnd their children. A man has lived him? "I will givo i,nto thee the kingAddress John B. Wilson. Tor hm buk.sido or chet,uo8hlloh's porou ulato myself that I am a Kcntuckinn,. dom of heaven, nud whatsoover thou for something when his children lovo Plaster. 1'nce 25 cents. Sold by Z. Wayne Orlfll Chorus Choral Club. aud in my younger days had a noble, shalt bind on earth shall bo bound 4 Ilro. his namo nnd respect his memory. Ten minutes speeches S.M.Portbluo-oye- d sweetheart, aud true, dark Wo, tho living, would bo lonely in heaven." And, "Whatsoever thou DKD.VKNNKNS, or (ho I.IQV3R her heart ulwaya took its part aud was er, S. C.Stovons and A. Loo Benwithout the memory of our dead. Tho shalt looso on earth shall be loosed in IIAIIIT Cnred at Home In Ten Days always tho truest. I can now look nett. by nilmliilNlerliitr Dr. llajnea' recollection of our long sinco dead, hcaveu." Instrumental Selection Miss JesClolilen Specific. back over my past lifo and see that who plead and bled for tho rights of A perfect Jieing would not have XrWcstymit FLEASAKT It can bo given in a gH- - of beer, a cup ofcofTre lair-ey- ed OsmCol4,0rotblBr.TTirotCTCT!p.Inl!a.n. Kentucky giil, as she sie Ford. m, whtoplnc 0ii1i. Btonchltii ud Atthma. A mail and downtrodden women, should taught, "Take no thought for tho or ten, or In Ion. I, without thn knowledge of the nrUli cur. Tor 0.nnU.a In ftnt U(ei, anil Miscellaneous Exercises. patient. It uabiojutely harmless, and will affect would greet me, always with n pleasstimulate the living to improve nnd morrow." This idea is mean. a nt) nilif In alTtneal atacia. ua. at ones, Tan will in tha .ictllant affaet attar taklac tha a permanent and speedy cure, whether the pa. SKHtf& chilChoral Song Choral Club. ant smilo nnd n cordial welcome. My Nor did my friend believe that perpetuato tho universal happiness trtt do... Sold by d.alan rarrwhira. Lant Is a modcrerato drinker or an alcoholic, nrrck. ticnt MUaatOmUMdllM. THE NEXT MORNINQ I FEEL BRIGHT AND with Adjournment. It has been t;iven in a thousand canes, andlnev. heart ofttimes beats in unison Man con not, nor never dren wero born wicked, as his experof mankind. NEW AND MY COMPLEXION 13 BETTER. It Jo. B. Roueu", Supt. could read his destiny in this life nor ience of raising ten children contia-dict- ed cry cane a perfect cure Ins followed. nlthnever hers now, but wheu I think she is '.')'?'" !. !' ".i aently on the stomaek, One and kldnejri luiiupimiuii laiaiiv.. this drink la fails. The system onee Impregnated the marfa from preiidforaseajMiausa beyond the grave. that. First dogma, every ob- specific, It becomes an utter Impossibility for the happy, living in a beautiful cottago tea. Ills all!)?" tfil II I'tMIl IHQCiJIItr, liquor appitlW to eM. Cures gnarnteed, 48 alongside KentucKy's mountnins, Every one should bo ashamed serving mind must ltuow,ns tho great page book of particulars free. Address tho where the sun comes peeping in nt AlldrnrKl.tiiellltatCOe.and tuna. package. U to pretend to livo on the goodpatriot.Paiuo said a hundred years CO. 183 It ACE Ntrcet Cine Toucannot get ILsendrour address forfree sample. Laa.'a VrnmUr Medlel.e aaove. (k. knilinik Ohio, morn, in n pulaco lifting to eternal When wo have years ago, that pooplo become wickness of another. ! bsaliny. tblala ':. iPX&'t0V. WOUUWAUO. neeeawrT. l.l.li, j, OUATUlt LcUUV.M. 7 summer, its walls from out a glossy finished our day's work and our suu ed as they got sick, by contamination. NI.ECl'J.t'.SSXIUIir mida missraMo bower of coolest foliage musical with is going down in tho evening sky, the It may bo true that children mndo by that terriblo cough. Nhiloh'a Cure la the remeCREAM best reflections will bo, liko this noble God wero wicked but not being ac- dy for you, KorsilebvZ, Wayno Griffin A Bro, birds, I can but envy tho happy pos-- . oty 6essorof her heart. Father Timo has man, we have dono something to keep quainted with them I can't say, My or do you DO YOU WANT TO MAHKT, and ladies left his finger-prinon my brow and right aud wrong in their proper experience has been that children are social letters from gentlemen jflilKSi I ofcnlture and means from all oxer the country! I never more shall sco thoso happy k born innocent that they know nothplaces. YEARS FOR If lo, Just send one ten cents and receive a copy of days. I havo described ray ideal He was a man wonderfully pleased ing but fear and love, until corrupted the elegant matrimonial paper called Oaisei Has lod all Worm Romodloa. UinsjoM. which will aflord you more healthful Kentucky girl nnd also givcu a littlo with himself, his wife and children by government at homo or abroad. EVERY BOniE GUARANTEED. enjo) men! than you hive had for many a day, each Ho was cmi EOT.T) EVr.ItYWHKnK. aud his surroundings. I do know by experienco that cruel number contains hundreds of letters from yoiinj history connected with my life; and I imowjfa iioi BrrrKR alma-ja- g uently social, loved his neighbors and. parents make bad children. I think ladles and gentlemen wantlngeorretpondentsfrom hope whenever I um called on to for 1KOH those of the opposite sei; if there la a man or for makright, because it was right. I do not that is one reason why the children woman who has not found his or her affinity give my opinion of anyone I can do Contain! One Hundred MecljMe quickly ing dillclouiCauay cheaply and ISTHttBCST. at lionie. This book U given away at drur of going to of the bible ot God nre prono to be here's tho golden opportunity. Address Ostsuc it as readily as I havo tried to dethink ho ever thought and general ilorea. tomom, room 15, ID Iloylston itreit,. Bostoa, scribe my Model Kentucky Girl. heaven because he had done the prop- wicked and arbitrary. 'pV.V.1 f!" iN.i.'.nTSril.V s'S,B'Man. Jlly, 175,00 aauaTOn,uui FOR SALE av Ho uever alluded to such Loss of confidence is slavery; n muer thing prfrr..lwhocnfurnlahaliorie anil aiT llialr Dyspepsia an Bpara mcm.nh a thing or spoke of his religion or tual confidence is happiness nud good WIM.HOVHVrrEKw.lth whole lima to lh bunnaii. A friend of mine, who evidently Liver com lalntl Hhlloh's Vitaliier la guaranteed mar lx proflUUr f mplojfd alio. Af.w racaneiii honor. He never fell out with others will. has been loving a bewitching siren, H. A. LOZEIER&CO., eureyou. CENTRAL CITY, KY. old by Z. Wayne Oalflln A Bo, at C m.towna and olllf d. B, r. JUIIKaoiT . on tho account of politics or religion. writes roe that he is miserable and R. R. PAXON, PROPRI TOR . Mlh aid Main at., Richmond, Va. Wholesale Doalere, If God is almighty, unchangeable, THAT IIACKINU Duty Is that which is due. the same this year as lost year, and quickly cured by Nhiloh'a COUGH can be so encloses tho following clipping from CLEVELAND, O. Has just been repaired and newly Cure. We guarante .340 Superior St. the Harrisburg Independut, which, Nold by Z. Wayne Griftin A Ilro. If the young could be taught tho forever, what ia tho use to be paying furnished. Located close to Depot. Many Paraons thoughts and experience of the old, some pretender to bo prcnrhing at him, of itself, tells the situation: brokao dawn firora orinrorkorbtmhoU Art s Hippy tad content ! a home -- lth,'ThTlt Givo on fll. in luuch "Cunningly wicked women, beau- Good meals or they would start in life much beyond Tho aspersion on human nature, that tbcftir a Ump with the lir,ht of the moraine. " Browa'a Iron Dlttara Rls Hie .Vesrspaixr aivef. iwui of Hatia. Mkalldi thi mum. t!d 4lffrtlea. jmhtimiI' They are not all men have their price, Is uutruo the present starting. Lamp Co.,rtwYork, tiful in blandishments and reckless in it a trial. CUccuis,wrile Kocbeitir aaaMaa.aaawiBuUiai. a'(MtBaaB in. our auuwriseu ItTasie OOtt ra but it docs include the man that says so. - TOWN TATTLER. uow tho festive farmer Bringohis apples into town, This hzo on the top fide: 0 0 () 0 0 0 0 0 And this sito further down: o o o o o o o o" "And Liko those dogs which hunt on their own account, tho clergy is trying to establish a scientific God, It is more scientific to account for one fact than two miracles. " JAi L One reason why Scott's Emulsion of Fure NoV wegtan Cod Liver Oil and Ilypophosphitcs of Lime and Soda has had such a large sale is because it is "Almost as palatable as milk;" but the best reason is that Its curative properties are unequalled. It cures the cough, supplies the waste of tissues, produces flesh and builds up the entire system. IhW) m1ila auras Otufht, Scants illl: zti Irj Emulsion Fairbanks Clairette Soar II SEPTEMBER dtwiorMpBANKco.St MvjeW.i UA ptf?f rnt Eowe LARGE - STOCK ftn - mm m I nun, n. -- curmcon-lutujitlo- n. SmitH, Attorney at Law, Jarass Attorneys at Law. .K. Overstreet & mis-crie- mm m Perry Westerfield "Wed.d.ing', vvm..r., back-bone- !.llll H.oslne, l5Ly. Attorney at Law, -.- .-. .. Hartford, Ky. Loali-Tlli- t, m 1 DENTIST. 'SB Wm$m?W J mmmmw WORMS! WHITE'S 20 You can get the LAHESMEDICIHE YERMLEME Hartford Republican and the New York Tribune one year for $1.25, cash. Subscribe now. ts Uolr C5J aJ&J WfjQML l850,00r,r.'. Commercial Hotel, Agonts Wanted! IPsPw V &M1" first-clas- anttiMwuuiifui mjui The HLiijtiSM w jauj.u jiBm nmmmuu Twentieth Scni-Annual sawn Hartford Bepublicnn " jt)ijfoj,t "OKIKHOR rn joiira 'Hwanoit'n "or UMIsnanj 1892. - ATOIHJ AliaAH FRIDAY, NOVKMBER25, - -- The Democrats arc more interested juit now in r "tanfl for oiliec only" than for a tit rill for revenue only. was a strong scent of, "1 want to be appointed to tome oflicc" in moiI all tho speeches nt the ratifi- Tiierb cation hero Friday night. Trm meteoric shower night before may Iirtc been cmblcmntic oftlio all of Republican Postmasters about th 4th of next March. Who knows? lt bill hai been introduced in tho Alabama Legislature making the inviting proposition that persons whose tax amount to Ices than $5, need not pay it if they did not rote at tho election. pro-Tio- Ms. Clevklan I) has been so flooded with applications for offices since ail election that he has actually left home pass our postoffice applicants n eold potato as till the fourth of next March is a long time to wait, and b hungry, too. i Okf. faction of our Domocrntic friends say that Free Trado and Free Silver go together, while tho other faction thinks they aro as far apart ns the polos. There will be fun when this new Congress, Democratic in both Houses, meets. Congress will be, doubtless, that of the old, an attack upon the Tnrifi in detail. Free wool, free lumber, free tin plate, free everything. Any check to our manufacturing industries and their mploy of labor will but serve to awaken our people to tho gravity of the situation. Tub policy of the New Monday night, a week ago, the Beaver Dam Democrats had a big ratification and as the Hartford Democrats passed out of town on their way to assist in the fun, they were somewhat jubilant, and as they passed along opposite the Methodist Church, where the Holiness Convention was in session, some good brother rose and remarked on thiswise: "While the Devil and the Democrats nre gone to Boaver Dam to ratify we'll take this town for Christ." cendnnt will linvo n poth beset by perils. Let it "push things" toward its platform promiso of Free Trade, and it will find great industrial en tcrprises, owned nnd managed by men of both parties in partnership, who will not ho willing victims of politicians Its household will bo divided. The solid South nutocrnt-ic- , domineering, lawless, possessed by the blindness of tho old Slnvcocracy of which it is the lingering remnant will demand Fice Trade. The men of practical business nnd industry South nnd North will say, "Clo slow. Let tho party ninucurato its platform policy, and tho revulsion" nnd disustcrs, the lack of employ and lowering of wages which would follow will sweep it out ot power ns by a whirlwind. Jct it hesitate and tinker and palter over Tariffs, and it will derange business, check industry by its uncertainty, and show again its in competency to frame a schedule of custom duties consistent with any policy or fit for any practical purpose an incompetence shown in the Morrison and Wood and Mills jum bles of incongruities called Tnrifi" bills, which did not even gain the united support of the Democrats in Congress in those days. If tho party does not push for Free Trado people will say: "You are brave and fair in promise, but cowardly and deceptive in performance. Away with you!" All looks fair now, but storms will rage nnd fierce blnste sweep in from every quarter when the Free Trade Democracy begins to "take its own medicine." To-dProtection is defeated. The election of Harrison nnd Reid, reprc sentatives of its policy, with a Republican Congress to sustain it, would have been a sigunl and beneficent triumph n help to civilization nnd to the culture tun I comfort of the people. Our hope nnd expectation is that Protectionists, while willing to give the incoming administration fair trial, will watch and work, steadfast to their principles and positive in their attitude ngainst Free Trade or Tariff for revenue only. The time to begin "the campaign of education" is now, just after the election. The defeated army, con scious of its power and of the strength of its good cause, keeps sound in heart ami heroic in mood, and rallies nad drills for its coming victory. ay The Glasgow llepublican Different Views. Exchange says: "Thirtyyears ago H. C. Burns and MiatCelia Gilloc were married and lived happily together until tho breaking out of the war, when Mr. Burris was ealisted, but was made a prison-- . r, but filially succeeded in escaping by killing a guard, nnd fled to the far wcstwhcreheramained and was thought to be dead, until a few days ago when h returned and they wcro Mr. Burris, while in tho fHr West, amassed quite a fortune and preferring to be buried in his native soil, will invest his money hero and spend flit remainder of his days in the land of hie fathers." Two men living near Cromwell, who had married sisters, fell out the other day nnd one chased tho other with an axe drawn menacingly over his head, all because one of the broth-- . had grossly insulted the other by burning his wife's picture. Xt tho good wives of the country, who beliave in having pence, henceforth, keep their pictures out of the reach of all their brothers-in-laBut who vtr heard before of a husband rais ing a row because his wife s picture Come all wayward bad becu burnt? husbands, and learn a lesson here, n lasvon of stronger devotions tjyour from and their pictures. (tmfrKtn Etonnnii.M The enmpnign is finished and the result of the election is the national success of tho Democratic pnrty, with its Freo Trade platform. Docs that show the Protection cause lost, or the efforts in its behalf futile? Not at all, and this result need not be The Presidential Eloction. rult held surprising. In 1890 came tho great landslide toward Democracy and TariH"f'or revenue only Freo Trade thinly veiled. Tho election this year shows n gain in the popular vote for Protection, n gain in Republican members' or Congress, but not gain enough to overtop tho canvass of two years ago. We aro going up, not down. Tho country voto is for Republican Protection, but tho city vote for Democratic Free Trade overcomes it. In New York and Chicago this is especially manifest. The voto of tho country is more thoughtful nnd intelligent than that of the city. In Kew York City for instance, while w have able and thoughtful meu, the rfrowd that shouts for Tammany is far leM thoughtful than tho farmers mid mechanics and others in town and onntry. As for Protection beiug "a lost cause,' that is impossible. If a iome market for homo industry, if th upbuilding in our midst of varied eeupationa farm and null, forest and mine near each other, exchanging easily, and all developing home resources and internal wealth bo the wise and true conduct of affairs, they cannofbe lost. Tho Protective policy is on tho gain in tho civilized world, even in Great Britain, whero the workingracn demand it. The election may check it hero, but only for a time. The Democratic party in the aii the elections aro over, nnd their result settled beyond n doubt, the politicians aro doing their best to keep up the excitement which preceded them and to confuso the judgment of business men in rgnrd to the future. As we have repeatedly pointed out, nothing demands any radical change by. the victorious party in tho nation's industrial and financial policy, nnd yet between them and their vanquished opponents the controversy has been renewed over the practical measure now to be adopted. Of course, we know that politics is a game in which the players are seeking to win, regardless of the means they employ, but the great multitudo of citizens who look on and have to pay for the fun have more important interests. If they arc wise they will insist thero shall be no precipitate legis lation by Congre-s- , but that whatever is done shall be done cautiously and with due deliberation. The Repub" Menus, aidml by some judicious Democrats, insist that the great point at issue in the election was whether the Protection policy which has prevailed in tins country tor the last thirty years should be continued, or whether it should be abandoned for one of Free Trade. The majority of the people, they say, having decided in favor of Free Trade, the proper thing now is to carry out their wishes, and to do it as speedily as possible. Hence, they urge that the present Congress shall ut once proceed to revieo the tariff upon Free Trade lines;und if this Con gress cannot complete the task during its final session, which ends next March, that tho Congrc", which regularly should not meet till a year hence, shall be cnllsd together tor tho purpose as soon as the present Congress expires. Altlnujh minister to Ilnyti to fill tho vacancy Supndntondout's Appoipt-montmade by tho resignation of Golly Washer Bungcr. MONDAY, NOV. 28. 3. That 1 appoint my four beloved 8:00; No.-l(Clear Run.) beauties, James Woolly Ford, Wil11:.W; No. 07 -- J. L. Hoovor. liam Holler Moore, Tufly J. Smith 2:? I; No. 83 .1. J. Keown. nnd 12. Terifide Williams n committee TUESDAY, NOV. 20. to report the length of speech, tho 8:10; No. number in attendance and tho result 11:10; No. 45 E. IC. Rhoads. generally nt Slow Kicking Cox's 2:30; No. 80 Miss Sallio Davidbefore the election nt son. FonUvillc. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 80. 4. 1 appoint our beloved, Fearless 0:00; No. 24 (Panthor Crook.) Fighting Banjo Picker Democratic 11:30; No. 43 Misr. Annio Clnrk. Brother, Wesley Cnlahan, Postmnst-o- r Sallyo Colo-mn- n. 2:30; No. 70-at Ilnrtfurd, knowing from tho past thnt he can give tho bond reTHURSDAY, DEC. 1. quired. 8:00; No. 42- -.I. D. llockor. 5. And last I appoint Fever L. Mrs. Pearl Mill11:30; No. 03 Foolix counsel, J. Stunted Glenn er. judge, to take charge of tho bunk 2:30; No. 00 Alva Jonos, L. M. now occupied by Brother Calalmn, Rendor. the same to be kept in our FRIDAY, DEC. 2. perfect order, pillow and all for a rest8:00; No. 0311. T. Crowo. ing place for our noted 10:00; No. 60 B. L. Kolly. Rouser Hnlbrook, for nil timo to conic l:00;No.78 Miss Bettio Johnafter tho expiration of his term of ston. office as county Clerk. MONDAY, DEC. 5. Gnovrni Signed: 8:00; No. 37 Miss Cova AnderDictated by, Jay Hawkcr Jampj. son. i,ONBsoMnri.ci:, 1892. 11:30; No. 77 D.E.Ward. Air, Jay Boekcr James: Sir, will 2:30; No.44 Mrs. Mollio Storms you do me the favor to inform my TUESDAY, 0. young servant, Rowser Holbrook, 8:00; No. 02 W. C. Grav. thnt when I let him out to net ns one 11:30; No. 39- -J. AV. Pot'ty-2:30- ; of the Democratic Comniitteo nnd to No. 112 Lodford Truman. vote for Grover thnt he, Rowser, forTell him got to clean up his room? WEDNESDAY, 7. for God's sake to send Weslsy Calla8:00; No. 34 Miss Mollio Tun-sta- ll. han down to sleep in it a few nights to purify the nir, for the stench is so 11;30; No. 102 Miss Maggie-Johnson-. strong I nm fearful it will put out my fire. Resp'y, 2:80; No.35 Miss Essio Davisson, The DnMOcnATtc Devil. THURSDAY, 8. KINORANCR AMDK011IM7Y. 8:00; No. 73 F. M. Petty. If through the ignorance of the W. Miller. 11:00; No. 5- -6. noted Wesley Callahan promising to 2:00; No. 00 Miss Annio Allon. vote the Democratic ticket, caused Will speak t Salem nt night. him to lny in jail three mouths how FRIDAY, 0. long would as honest and honorable 8:00; No. 108 W. T. Sanders. a man as Dan Hines have to lay in 11:00; No. 23 Mr. Byers. the pcnitcnUiry, if he had taken 2:00; No. 31 John Miller. Rowser Holbrook up on his,Rowser's, Jo. B. Rooeiis, Snpt. proposition. Answer, Rowser. Jay Hawkkr Jami:s, Catarrh Cannot bo Curod Shake em up. as they with local ArrMCATio.t", caunot reach the seat of the disease. To Our Patrons and CustoCatarrh is a blood or constitutional mers. disease, and in order to euro it you Always willing to show our paHall's must take internal remedies. trons how much wo appreciate their Catarrh Cure is taten internally, and trade and positive that wcciu give directly on tho blood and muthem better goods for less mon- acts cous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is ey than nnyothcr house can do, we not a quack medicine. It was prehave decided to give with each $12.r0 scribed by one of the beat physicians worth of goods, in the country for years, mid is a regA UANIHOMK 8II.VRR PHK3EST, is given ular prescription. It composed of free of charge, hitherto tho best tonics known, combined with with each 815.00 worth, and hope the best blood purifiers, acting dithat you will come to see us. The rectly on the mucous surfaces. Kaii.v's Truie Palacii. perfect combination of tho two inDr. Fenncr'sSalt Rheum Ointment gredients is what produces such wonis the "grandest medicine ever made derful results in curing Catarrh. by man." For all skin eruptions. Send for testimonials, free. Warranted to satisfy or money ro F.J CHENEYfcC'0., For sale by L. B. Bonn. turned. Props., Toledo, O. 15 it Sold by druggists, price 7oc. frlm B. Miss StilimiBl or tiik HiJIUrX IITEITII Is called to tho fact that our lines have been lor the WINTER SEASON, which is now on hand, and knowing that the people want something NEW and strictly suitable for the season, we have given special attention to this matter. UE-STOCKE- unm (lie At ' CluMt nm r ot nmlnrs., HUH .10, IMlif, H June D RESOURCES. Bills discounted S59.317.09 3,000.00 Renlestuto Furniture nnd fixtmes. . . . 1,000.00 1,!H1.G7 Bonds 743.5 Debts in suit CnshonhnmUv.in other li'ks 40,420.79 1 8105,823.09 ) LIABILITIES. 830,000.00 Capitol stock 70,798.20 Deposits 15.05 Due other Banks Dividend 4 per cl. declared 1,200.00 225.00 Fund to pay taxes 3,58 1.84 Profit nnd loss 8105,823.09 COME IN AND LOOK AT I, S. K. Cox, swear the nbovo to be correct. d. K. Cox, rm:siii:NT. Sworn to before me 1892. semi-annua- A.T.Nall, D.C.O.C.C. this June 30, dividend of 84,00 l A per share was this day declared, payable on nnd after July 5, 1892. BISllEI!: HHtm FA ST LIME 90V&fii S$TU? in i "" ONES I3FlIOE! TO ALL. counties. Call for tho them. In the first CASEBIER'S "BUS "U.S.A. Grain"Shoo, place we have good MEETS ALL DAILY the "Nina," the "El- ones, and then tho down. la," "Susie" and oth- prices arc Come to see them. ers. i I" P wide. We have been compelled to dupliS10 or So for an old cate our orders. We cloak when she can 'only ask a call as we get a new one for the have no trouble in same money or less, selling. so wo can conscientiously invite them to call because we We have established have a new stock. a CLOTHING Mark-e- t. Suits for wedOur Ladiea Shoes dings, suits for busiNeed no special no- ness or every day tice. The MclN-TOS- wear. Tailor made goods have a suits a specialty. outside reputation the county, and we & Shoes get frequent orders OUR OLOMS Which are the latest and most fashionable. No lady wants to pay 0UR OVERCOATS Have gone far and Clothing." j II i for them from other Well come to see H V Emm teem ALIKE. We want the good country produce, such as Eggs, Butter, Feathers, 'Dried Kesp'y, Fruit, &c. Call to see us. SPECIAL Given ATTEYHON Public. to tho Traveling 00, -- SSDOES Are You Heady Aro You Ready? To buy your fhiuncl', clothing, dry goods, boots, shoes, hats nnd caps? If so, then go to Kahn's Trado Palace nnd buy the best goods for tho least money. m 20 yards best calico 20 heavy brown cotton.. 20 " apron gingham 81.00, .. 1.00. 1.00. At Kahn's Tiade Palace. I. P Dariaro, Prmt. For Sale. A good farm containing 212 acres f of land. About clearedjgood improvements; well watered. Lies four miles South ofFordsville on tho extension of the Owensboro k Falls of Rough railroad. For terms, call on or one-hal- Of STTEIMIEilSr'T' Jo. It. nmF, CIilr :aM i: r XJSG .' -- THE FINEST AND CHEAPEST- - wi tfLACKSMITHING. Horse-shoein- g Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK At tho Closo of Business October 8, 1892. RESOURCES. $ 17,271.17 Notes nnd Bills .'5,000.00 Real Estate 1,500.00 Furniture and Fixtures.. Expenses 1,515.07 Cash on Hand nnd in other Banks 39,272.08 892,589.22 TcA the Condition of tho a specialty. A large stock of 'ft es?y gjjd "- - $i- -' best modern Plows, and all kinds of Farming Implements on hand. Call on him. J. Beaver Dam, Ky. Also keeps a first-clas- s I). WILLIAMS. address, 8 tt John J. McIIi:nry. Hartford, Ky. Boots and Shoes Any grade, nt such remarkably low prices that you must buy, by looking at them. Kahn's Trade Palace. Sentenced to Death, Pardoned. but LIABILITIES. J. Hawker James Replies. H.vicrroiti), Kv. "In the yea i of tho Devil and the election of G rover Cleveland, 1892." My Dear Homer Hnlbrook; Your d littlo bloated beauty, d idol, and the less than speaker of the Wesley Calnhan Dcm-- . ucratic Club of Hartford, I address you for tho purpose of humbly tlinnk-in- g you lor locating a place for my safety nnd happiness during the terrific storms mid cyclonic that will result from the rulings of n Freo Trade and brainless Democracy " for tho next four years, nnd as my safety is secured let me advise you to turn your attention now to tho welfaro of those who deserve recognition in tho appointing powers of Rosewr's pnrty, Hero's a list of appointments from sweet-scenteone-side- 892,589.22 In submitting tins wo beg to state ROSINE. Nov. 2.'!. The young ladies nnd that our btisincM has steadily grown each month since our opening, nnd gentlemen ot this place anticipate by the mojt careful, watchfulness and quite :i nice time Thanksgiving evena strict observance oftlio principles of ing. The Social Club will give n the most conservative Banking, we nice supper and dance anil all those, hopo not only to extend our aopiuint-anc- e, r3PtnEjBirJtwMri but to prove ourselves worthy that arc fortunatcjetiough to receivo tho confidence thnt is being so liberalmi invitation anil aro kind enough ly reposed in us. I) J entertained to accept it, shall We ure here to accommodate the people, each and every business, royally. Miscs Annie M. Allen and Sadie courtesy shall he extended to them, but in no cao shall safety bo sacriCrowder have typhoid fever. ficed for friendship or to obtain busMiss R,inu Wilson entertained iness. John H.Baiink, Cashier. quite unuinber of her friends in her new home last Saturday evening. TAX-PAYER- S! Dancing, music and games, were tho pleasures of tho evening. Morton Kuykendoll, Sulphur Springs, has accepted n portion ns fasalesman in J. W. Tabor's storo. Mises Lin, Agnes nnd their brother, Charlio Childs, attended tho ratification at Hartford, Friday night, and report n good time. E. B. Allen, after spending sonio-tiwith his family, has returned to Owensboro. Birn:u Sweet. By stopping before the Governor, dressed in such a nobby suit of clothes that the world, itself, would have pardoned the poor sinner. And where do you reckon he got the suit? Of course, at Kahn's Trade Palace, and sec tho luck he had. Capital Stock 825,000.00 Due Banks 20.00 Interest and Exchange.... 3,748.59 Reservo 802.31 Surplus Fund 2.250.00 Deposit Account 00,708.32 Lively and Feed Si able, where you can have your Horses Fed. and get Hie best of rigs day or night. Leave your ders will) or- y GiSSB I iran OppnMto City Scales. B. DHIVKK, Manager. Wc,do work as cheap ns anybody, rjnnlity considered. Repairing and rcpninting'.dnne promptly. Oivo us a call. BUGGIKtf FROM 8'.ri UP, LlA 'Q$ 20a&s&"Hrr dnTi.OT' - SJL09 3BOBLt5aa'l.JSM.iJ laiippp ,rrr rPJf "Wt V?f 5M? Ht'fjTnMft mmSffmmiSssxm 8!ffllP5Sffl I I ' flVHFfe mo You will do both yourself and me a vor by calling upon me or one of my dep uties and paying your taxes before the six -- :. percent, penalty is -- Grover-elect- : Washington, I). C. the Devil, Freo Trado, Low Tnrifi, Hurdtimes and my olection, 1892." 1. I appoint my earnest supporter, J, Elcphaut Howe, ns Prosecutor.nud Littlo Poor Lonoy ns Sccretnry, nnd Bug Dust Ringo nsTrcasiircry,to prosecute, record nnd pav up for their failure in the Littlo Bend fraud. 2. I appoint Jubelaut Curr Rile; ''In the year of Then don't fail to go to Kahn's Trade Pulaco and get one of his fine suits and overcoats for littlo money and the best of nil, u murringo liccnso thrown in. Do you Want to Mar ry and Lead, a Jfapyy Life? For Rent. The best law oflico iu Hartford, ply to John J. McIIenry. ap- added which will be done the first of November. Please attend to this matter at once and save costs. Yours, &c, S. C. vj-Ju ,.., "MTi-X- l -- j "HeZTo-We 3Eal.l3Le. V are manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surrics and Carriages, and deal directly with tho consumer, thus saving him the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices are reasRespectfully, onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. TAYLOE, Owensboro, Ky. F. A. AMES A CO. tf Sheriff Ohio Co. SEMBMSI Btt&DCJXJ J KKMOn FAIR BROS, y ft Call on A, C. Cain for a shave. G0B, PERSONAL A. C. Cain has returned from Onensboro. Fred Lautcrwnsser,Cannelton Ind., is in tho city. M. M. Knhn is nt his farm in Henry county. Hnrry Moore, Paradise, wns in town last week. T. II. Faught, Horton, called to sco us Saturday. Miss Nettie Brown lias returned to her homo nt Smallhousc. Lnrkin Willinms, Central Grove, cnllcd at our ofiico Saturday. Mibs Ada Thomson, Pnducah, is visiting Mis3 Tula Pendleton. Miss Anna Bean is in Owcnsboro, tho guest of Miss Verda Taylor. Mr. Louis Gunther was taken suddenly ill Monday, hut is better. Mrs. Casebier, who has been quite sick for some time, is improving. Mrs. W. B. Haywnrd, Elizabeth-towis visiting her eon, W. T. Haywnrd. i Mrs. B. L. D. GufFy and daughter, Morgantown, aro tho guests ofE. D. GufTynnd family. H. G. Leach, Horton, made ns n pleasant call Saturday nnd paid up tor the Repouucan. Col. J. S. R. Wedding and Misa Sara Collin went to Sulphur Springs Saturday, returning Sunday. Miss Sophia Wcorner left Monday for Louisville, where bIio will spend several weeks, visiting relatives. Herbert Hoover nnd sister, Miss Onia, Livermoro, were the guests of Miss Mary Miller, Saturday and Sunday. W. S. Likens, Arnold, called to see us Saturday and subscribed for the Republican, for a friend in Kansas. Miss Ora Barnett, No Creek, and Miss Gertrude Mills, Kinderhook, were tho guests ot Mrs. C. B. Sullen-ge- r Saturday and Sunday. Leo B. Stevens, a former resident of Hartford, but now of Tallapoosa, Ga., arrived in town Wednesday, to spend several days visiting friends' n, shoo that will give yon satisfaction, call on Sara A Me. New Xmns novelties,nt tho Bazaar. Call and sco them, If you want a THEY RATIFY. The Untorriflod and Unwashed havo a Jollification. A It 1(1 CllorVIl IN ATl'llMIAXCt:. Bargains at the Bazaar, 5s The Great Tho Bazaar rugs. new lot of Smyrna, has just received a Melton and fur MAJORITY v If you need n new hat at your own price just stop nt tho Bazanr nnd lenro your order. Mrs. C. W. Mnssic, who has been qnito ill for sotno time, was thought to ho somewhat better yesterday. , f Of people feel happiest when they have satisfied themselves that they are buying goods at the very best rates When you come to Circuit Court next week, call on Sara A Mo. Wo always have n good fire. Como nnd mako your self comfortable Mrs. Davis, of Tnylor Mines, who hns been bo low with consumption for several weeks, died Wednesday nnd was buried yesterday. GUVIHW OUB. CO U AIT 7. in- Equality Church enmo near burning down last Saturday night, but the firo was discovered in time to prevent much damage being done. Row J. T. Casebier, Rockport, assisted by Revs. J. T. Barrow, Sweet Water, Tenn., nnd A. B. Smith, will begin a protracted meeting at Beaver Dam Sunday. Mc-Hcn- In this they observe the common The stinct of prudence and thrift. manifestation of these laudable qualities . ry, Wo wisli to return our thanks to our kind friends, who so quickly put out the fire when our house was on fire last Friday night, Nov. 23. G. PROVES THAT THE PUBLIC JUDGMENT J. A M. J. Bean. IS RIGHT. Fair Bros. & Co. W. W. Boone, Springfield, Missouri and Miss Ella Duncan, of Mcllenry, will bo mnrned nt tho Presbyterian Church, at that place, Nov. 30. We wish them a pleasant voyage through life. Rev. When in town next Monday don't forget that we are ready for a pleasant talk, always ready to show you over our immenso stock of gpods, so como to see us. Last Friday night was tho Democratic ratification, and to say that Hartford was n live place is but to put it mildly. Largo delegations from all over tho county camo in to enjoy tho fun. Tho band came up fiom Rockport to assist in the musical part of tho allair. The business houses were decorated irroipectivoof the political affiliation of their owners nnd tho town looked exceeding gay, There was no end to tho rockets, fire crackers and luomhs, nnvili, and tin horns. Tho transparencies' usually such a happy hit on such occasions, wero coiipicinus by their almost uniform nbscencc. A feature of the fun wa? tho Boy Brigide, headed by General John Camden Riley. The parade, owing to some wus not as successful m it might have been, but Beaver Dam's contribution in tho way of about forty couples of her beauty and chivalry, all on horse back decked in the national colors was grand and this with the baud of gay young singers, was the feature of the evening. Many speeches wero made by politicians great aud politicians small, from all over the county and about 10 o'clock tho Democrats reluctantly turned homeward. misun-dotstnndi- Having a big stock of goods on hand we have many rare bargains to offer you for the next 60 days, and to secure these cheap goods you should call early, for they will not last long at the prices. Goods, Notions, Millinery, don't miss the best thing of the season in Dry So tSrc, you can find goods at the following prices and in any quantities you want: DRESS GOODS; 85c $1.00 30c " " " 25c English Cashmeres US inches 25c Lovely Whip Cord Sorgo 25c All those goods have been mnrked down and you cnu't afford to miss them. 01 Scotch Plaids, all wool Lovely Green Serpe, nil wool " " 18 inches Blue , Hoc " ." NOTES. thank this GREAT Majority for the large patronage given in the past. Kahn's Trade Palace. Marriage license siuco our last issue: J. M. Greer to Anna Mills, E. C. Heck to Suo Minnio James, Clarence Quinn to Florence Cop page, E. Ambroao to Mary Sharp, .lessee T. Thornton to Lizzie Brown. We have on hand a splendid of stationery, such ns letter heads, envelopes, Ac, and liar jnst received another shipment. We do first-cla- ss work nnd solicit your patronage. Give us a trial order and he convinced. FAIR BROS. Believe in the & CO., Props.. Hartford Temple of Fashion, People's Wisdom. J. II. B. Carson and T. J. Morton aro building an addition to Carson A Co's store, for the purpose of opening a General Store in the near future. Such enterprise is highly commenda-bl- o nnd wo wish tho young e;cntleraen all the success obtainable KNOWN A8 THE Revs. J. T. Cnsebicr nnd B. Y. CuidifT closed a sucressful revival of nine days duration nt Station Church, near Sacramento, last Thursday night. Tho fruits wero nine additions to tho church and the renewal of religious zeal among the people. BETTER PALMER HOUSE. Nswly Fnrnishil - Rites $1 - 00 par day. - Meals 25c- - East side Frederica, between Main and the Rirer, Otrensboro, Ky. WILLING HAM, Props. MRS. CHAS. ROB Y, MRS. C. Fata! FnM! .BEaaHafch For Tho Holiness Convention closed here last Sunday night, after a week's duration. A good meeting was held and the christians were revived. A Trade with Carson A Co. protracted meeting was begun MonCircuit Court begins next Monday. day night by the pastor, Rev. Pate, assisted by Dis. Godby and Rinehart, Curson & Co's is the plnco to got a which promises to do much good for bargain. the Master. Yon can aave money by trodiug How we Carry the Counwith Carton A Co.. R good saddle call on C. 1,. Field. For horses, buggies, on to 'era. CxnaoN A Co. ties? I.C. Bjirgaius. R. U. We have just received a new lino of gent's HaU, the latest thing out. Ward-Robe- Wo sell the best clothing, hats, boots, shoes, etc., for tho least money to everybody; wo undersell every merchant and give perfect satisfaction to evey customer, nt Kahn's Trado Pnlace. s Dressers, Line, see Suits,Rock-cr- s or anything in the General Furniture T. J. MORTON. N.N &M.V.R.R. One of them is Tom Remember that C. L. Field will Nichols, the celebratod thoroughgive your stock special care next Monbred stnllion, and the other is Bon day. Fune, a thoroughbred race horse,both of nationnl reputation. Both horses Field a call when you Give C. L. are sure foal getters and can show as need wagons, buggies, carts or harfine a lot of colts as was ever seen ness. anywhere. These horses must and Bring your Job Work totho will bo sold at a bargain, so if you ollico and get good work, want to buy, do so at once. Cnll on CWEAI'. or address mo nt Beaver Dam, Ky. ed race horses. Wo have a beautiful lino of Fur Cahson A Co. nishing Goods. A Bargain. I now hare for sale two fine blood- mS& TRAINS 1XWK BKAVKR DAM. TRAINS OOINO WEST. H.10 Wall and Kiprtai TRAINS OOINfl EAST. r- - When you como to Court next Monday feed your howo nt C. L. Fitld'B stable. The Thanksgiving Supper nt Masonic Hall, Beaver Dam, last night, was quite a pleasant affair. , . 17 tf m Horace Barnes. m Ovcrcoa ts, Overcoats. have spread thorn nil over Kentucky, our prices helped us. We sell overcoats at such low prices that you can't help from buying one, atl Kahn's Trnde Pnlace. Wo Lieutenant Colonel Sam Casebier ' 1 ynrd wide Domestic 5c was on hand by a handsome mnjority. 1 ' heavy ....GJ 1 Everybody compliments the Beav" " " extra heavy 8J tho parade, the er Dam turnout, 1 " " Sea Island, good '.7A singers and the speeches. 1 henry 9c Good Gidghnras lrom G to 12J cenis, Lieutenant General J. W. Ford, Major General W. H. Moore nnd Brigadier General S. C. Taylor, put up n very commanding appearance. Chairman Holbrook's attempt to bo funny, in his speech, nt the exCloaks! Cloaks!! For children, Misses nnd ladies, nt pense of several Republicans was such ' any price, nt Kahn's Trade Pulaco. of aud well writ an ingenious, deep-laiten joko that the crowd, when it Was A Nest of Thieves in Hardins-burg- . read, was thrown into great parox Milisms of dead silence aud cruel hearted IlARDi.vsnuRa, Nov. 19. We ns tliey were, they actually forgot to For the Inst three or four years laugh at all. this place has been tho seat of systematic robbery. A year ago Nov. 20. After an abscenco of two obony colored descendants of Ham wore sent to tho penitentiary several weeks, we will send you a few for breaking into tho store room of items fo let you know that Kinder-hoo- k is not dead, but liveth, B. F. Dnird & Co. In tho possession Oiie evcuing not long since we of ono of theso, keys wero found that would unlock nearly ovory store in chanced to be passing along by Alexnnd hearing n town. It seems, however, that a ander School-housh .uffir from the LideflctL oftlm l Orlppe, Lnme ItacU, Kidney and Trill. oxists and they have not all considerable amount of noise within, gang Liter jhetiiiiiti.iii, ImllseMlon, l)jl"l'i. any kind ol w.nkn.n, or .Ih.r MlkOni'C!,. MUCH Utltru it Ml rillti inn anil Li uii tn i'ii'iiiiiiii fll.,.i.i.i ..11 boon caught. A month or so ago wo concluded to pause n while and ' rju,i (t. I.til. inr.uniiw- - iciivtsa liiiriel'ryn'ner.n'n!!! DR. JUDD'S ELECTRIC BELT see what was the cause of tho disturtho store of Wilt & Meador was AUi, r.leitr!c Trinnei ami llox Itall.rl.i. JlMfMitli-llcdJ. .77 oxt nothing tot'fiw".'.?".".""'!refill itel to nuit.and tr lu.t lor oiir. A lt.lt and nnd eomo cigars, suspenders bance, nnd to our surprise wo found llittrry coinbiiiiil, thorn, Vsm liefuittieieiit nicctnul) to fc'uunntecl to Medical aJvico. Writ, nnd produce shook. Free inOhvuaUt meniure, priconudlull particular., " and other articles wero taken. On our friend, W. II. Barnes the AkpiiIh Mtllltetl. 4dilre nil. .li'nn. nmnitt, tho night of the 17th, tho store house structor of 58 bright nnd intelligent of Major Scott was burglarized. Tho pupils. Warren Wnrd, No Creek, is en thiof gninod an entrance by remov-i- n gaged in hnulinglogsn short distanco a largo glass in the front door. from here. From nil nccounts, wo 'J5-,.0This is the second timo thoy have 'think he will make frequent visits to radod Major Scott's store. Tho first Kinderhook in tho future. EK3i33S33!, time thoy blow open a fine safe. R. A, Anderson and son, Allen, Numerous other offences of a liko ROOMY. attended the sale at Rockport, on the nature have been committed. If a 15th iust. thiof or two wore caught and hanged Miss Ora Barnett, No Creek, rpent in this vicinity, it would probably Saturday and Sunday in this commuhave a salutary effect. nity, the guest of Miss Gertrude Mills. G. W. Maple and wife, spent SatFor Sale. urday nnd Sunday in Rockport, the Two fine saddle and harness horses. guests of their son, S. O. Maples. Apply to S..A. Anderson, at the S. E. Beunett left for the Shinkel 49 Send for catalogue of Office. our full line of two aad Chapel neighborhood last week, where work-bo engaged Men's Suits, Boy's Suits, ho will logs for Mnrion for sometime, Hoover. hauling Children's Suits, A. C, Ellis nnd son, Ernest, made D. M. III. You can buy at the famous Kahn's Trade Palace at your own price for n business trip to Rockport, Ind., the first of last week. tho next 10 days. Mrs. R.A.Ander8on nnd daughter, Miss Nettie, spent Sunday above Brick for Sale- 300,00 for salo at Beaveer Dam, town, tho guests of Mrs. Tanner and Ky. Parties wanting brick for any family. Tt.U Rail, Scat Rail, Handles, d Buggy with Is it possible a purpose will call on or address D. A. T. E. Webb, who has been quite 1I..I. T1....1. Mm Ctif Tf.i (nr nlinv tirlVi. t uuu AJtuiu;, Mr1 uiiai. F", " f.. . Miller, Beaver Dam, who will fill all sick of typhoid fever, is improving. orders at reasonable prices nnd colDavid Stevens, son ofJ.SV.Stvens, lect for same. Morton ABrackin. is quite sick at this writing. Nov. 4, 1892. Wishing tho Republican aud its 2t many readers success through life, I Daisy Deane. To Our Friends. am still, As I am visiting the schools all correspondonco and business letters Children and Boy's Overcoats JO should be nddrossed to Tho "REFrom Sl.00 up, only nt Kahn's Q'O And PUBLICAN, Hartford, Ky. V this will avoid delay that might oth- Trnde Pnlace. erwise ocour. Res'y, DRY GOODS. '' "kinderhook. We have not the space to mention anymore our bargains this time, but call and we show our stock in Shoes, linery, Trunks aud Valises. have a full line. SARA . & ME. e FRFFi en-to- rod Our Qervsi's Phexefen, LIGHT' ELEGANT. Sechler Carriage Co., Moline, $65 OUR SILVER QUEEN first-cla- ss Silver-plate-- .. $65 M i. Town Taxes. He. t, Ha, 7, Llmctea ExpreM ll.Sr. W.I,MII nd ft. - Ejprn" I, Limited Kiprei FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1892. ...,,.,, -- '.,, -J H.a. m - Good horse, cart and harness, for sale at public auction, on first day of Circuit Court. Casebier & BunTON. When you come to Court call on Hoover & Ashley and examine their stock. A nice supply of queenswaro and glassware. A good lunvh served nt any hour. Appropriate Thanksgiving exercises were held at the College yesterday morning. Th faculty and a number of students spoko and all spent a pleasant morning. - - Another Gar Load :: Of Pure Raw Bone just come in. The demand for "Pure Raw Bone" has ne- Can there bo nny doubt, tha Kahn's Trado Palace sells his cloth in3, boots, shoes, hats, caps, flannels etc.chenper than any man could reasoi ably nllord, and if you ain't con viucei ot this fact after having the caso, sue n length of time, then tho Court ad vises you to go and look for yoursel Gentlemen of the Jury. Those who have not paid their town taxes arc earnestly requested to 1 must make settledo so at once. ment soon nnd your prompt notion in the matter will bo appreciated and will save time and trouble. Res'y, W. P. Thomas. imOWN'S mOW niTTKUSt almanao For lBtU ferinjk; Contnln One Hiuidrl Ins delicious Candy cheaply "nil Write for our New 80 page Catalogue Aiiuress of all kinds of Vehicles. CINCINNATI. THE SOUTHERN BUGGY - CO. OHIO, U. S. A. Circuit Court Docket Fal 1S02. 'J!' ble tried goods. Hooker cessitated a duplicate order. Send in your orders for this relia& We have just received a brand new Favorite Paper Cutter,aud are better prepared than ever to furnish first-clawork in our Job Department. Give ns a call and be convinced. Messrs. D. Shel-burss They came hero to settle an estate, All persons knowing themselves are thinking something of locating in indebted to me are requested to call TO THBMiO'lD. would be glad to wel- on M. L. Heavrin, Hartford, and yttmkvm, MalaiU, uifpatlM mt our midst. We Wnoaantea, taka come such gentlemen, and hope they settle the same. Resp'y, Df.O ww now BiTTBia. ulcklr. Mr MM br u Utim m will L. T. Cox. nsid with us. m. mt Co. E. and W. B. of Wisconsin, are in Hartford. n, Judge of goods vs. Kahn's Trade A Storehouse aud lot in Rosine, Palace: For selling goods to cheap. known as tho Frank Heavrin proii-eit- y. Apply to J. E. I'ogle, Dudo of dudes vs. Kahn's Trado Hartford, Ky. Palace: Hnviug the nicest style suits and overcoats. Closebuycr vs. Kahn's Trade Palace: Sold his goods cheaper than ho feathcould n fiord. lm M. M. Hlp. ntVmo. Thl boolcis and ifcncrnl .tores. gtenawoy uttlruj ..TTTBA DTITVyonowoyonr.clf nndfatn. II r to net tho bc.t valuo lor jour money. Kronomlzo In yniir fimtwonr hy purchasing IV. I.. Flmtirlfi Mlinoa. vwlilrh rnrfapnt ll.li beat vnlno for prices Baked, aa ibou.aotU U will te.llly. 5.oor tinnV ftssnMb, aaa-nars- nim ill! 3.00 V 42.50 T- MW alK. rOR LASIEt -" 2.50 ttrat"wSV,l $2.00 JHiiiflba m $2.00 'OR BOYS 41.75 fxTrapum Notice. We want about 500 W. L. DOUGLAS pounds of good ..fPA.. o BEST SHOE ers. footwear are of OTI1K11 HJ'KlllAI.TIEH hif eril..and repre.ent a money value th. THE Kahn. IN THi WORLD FOR THE MOlcY. In h me Bve far beyond (be price, chanted. each that name and .hne, Drlco are .tamped on bottom of TAKKNUHllliHTlTIITK. Vuuglaa, Jlracktou, Oluaa. Sold by XV. cunt h. Happy aid content Is a home with "Th Ro. HOOKER & TABOR, Rosine, Ky. ibest.r ; a lamp with the light of the morning. CtUlogiMt,wrlte Rochester Lamp Co.,NewYotk. v aimjii a mi v. a. a. m. ijbb tt.-i- jMirsyjL --hmum.u SUMMONS. Mjm'wimm nm Jfwwr ' Mi IHWiniBW Hartford Republican FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, HOHTOlf, No improvements; desks nro badly needed. riOCKrORT, (COLORE!).) THE BENEFITS OF READING. Short Thumbed Munlir; O THE WIND'S 1892. Sapsrintendont'i Visits. (colored.) Tuesday, Nov. 1. No. 2; M School Maggio Foreman, teacher. BmH,owing to a very rainy clay. terj HORTOrT, (WHITK.) No. 116; J. D. Oliver, teacher. Pnpili enrolled in Census Report, 73; rnpili enrolled in school, 65. Tho anraber present was quite small, owing to sickness and a heavy rain. New desks are very badly needed here. ZXCBL6IOR. No. 39; Miss Mamie Reid, teacher. Pnpils enrolled in Census Report, 47; "Ob, rover doubt the du sb ill bo She Vfas nisonpnlntrrt. When I sbnll como eiciln, ' b ssl I, pnpili enrolled in school, 35; pupils "And jou como forth nnd follow in. TheTB was a very good portrait of WHITEHALL. An excellent showing present, 31. Mr. Kipling in tho new gallery, "The lnlr of NUht fhn'l bo nr bnl, L. B. Loney, teacher. And f.isl nnd fnr jnur k'isI flisll lUv, Pupils for rainy day. This is Miss Mamie's painted, I think, by John Collier. A me ono with nil tbo Dcnd group was standing before this pic- When jnu tho nblo norld round llh mo." well furnish' enrolled in Census Report, 54; puTh.-- rcm l Irrt school. A new and -- ilrnhnin U, Toiiimui In Atlantic. young lady, very murh ture, and pils enrolled in echool, 47; pupils presd honse is badly needed. interested 'n it, was mnklng coment, 34. A new and well furnished Hot WrMhcr nnd t.onKrll). HAMILTON. ments. Or. j of her f rieiuh sild : Tho bouthorn Mutes can show as "Hnsh. Thoro Is Mr. Kipling him Wednesday, Nov. 2. No. 6; Mrs. house is ycrj badly needed, and this many people, in proportion to popuself." Pupils en will no doubt bo supplied by next If. J. Harper, teacher. The girl looked at the novelist, lation, who havo p'ieil tho threo rolled in Census Report, 88; pupils year. who was talking with some friends hcow and ten milo pot ns can thoie of Now England. The oldest man I 8T05Y roisT. enrolled in school, 08; pupils present, near by. paw bad lived all his life in Friday, Nov. 18. No. 54; P. II. 42; absent, 36; causes of absence, "Dear mo, sho said curnppointcu ' ever - iiuiou """ uhn "" ", Houthern Atizoun. IIo was what is ir, .u rupua enrolled in sickness among the pupils, and tho aobs, leacner. """ popularly known as a greater does hef" fact tbtt it was a very rainy day. Census Report, 55; pupils enrolled in Spnninnl, ono-thiIndian nnd Tint-r- , nrptfsl tVint Sho seemed ti The house has beon ceiled and fur- school, 32; pupils present, 22. Visit- - j the living man should hnvo looked I tluJ romnhulov wyoto. Ho claimed "",l oou!11. provo nished with new desks sinco last year. vi, mm .'inmiu uarreu. calm and impnwsivo liko tho painted i to bo n0 i oc nouso up MS years ny the canvas. Exchange. ill Rive an elfjsnt pair ef Shotlfind Pontr"' Milton cf "Tha Ford Pill Co.,( The patrons deserve great credit for needs to be furnished with new desks. recoriN Ho was totally blind, liont "arrlnxe) .ttiri Mnmnna. alued at SCOO, (Jeliveredfree In any pan rl the Uniit I - - , wi ire i.j, irw n wh , can malte jut the three oauhhicri' facet. To (he i. their good work. le alien an elrc ELMWOOD. up liko a jnekknifo and tho color of T of "Trmt." Orlln ntlj'8 Qnlri Wntnh. tet In tan hires and diamond. To ihe sir ill I s eurn a i Mr 'MNo. 75: U. C. Barnett, teacher. Xnmnnil A correspondent asks: "S"by doe leather. Ho was a pretty good ........ willleKirna1o inc y.'Mrj, win ! citcn a rarui'ome OhtnI Dj1nvr MCHKXHT. Kodok Co mora. Tothens.aSwlBS IVlinl c.viuo. loineyiA of tho mummy of Rame-e- s 111. the clerk In a hotel call 'Front' when f!ox. lo the mnn, a Fronch montpi lilOCK. 11 toe icsm, an eif ji i BOpOl'1 No. 106; Messrs. J. M. Porter and Pupils enrolled in Census Report, 57; I As I looked nt him I thought of thoro llllltl. lolhe Ni e, a iroi Crown Dor. Vnass. Tolhe wit, acdiihlet i.(i ' he wante bell boyt" " itllft Sot. anl manv other fiucs in unlrr of infrit, l.eiy competitor mut cut cut the i Pupils en- pupils enrolled in school, 29; pupils T. H, Leach, teachers. ' lies lo l'lrtlirt-- . ttislincuidi the three clils' facte lv mAiVinj arret with a Itid rmd tn . We eoofcie at onco that wn do not unfortunate people describdl Iry t I enc'it; time with 15 U. K toent stamps present, 21. Visitor, J. A. Hoskin-soono of lie folbln "1'ilre KemeJi-Demi Swift ns unnblo to dio, and know the origin of this exclamation. rolled in Census Report, 180; pupils or lord's I'rlo lMIls," "Kord'n Ihe . . f .. I'rlo I'mcJitt llumrily,"AJJiet ''llin I '" i VJ New desks badly needed. Select ji conriio im -mconing m jimin : v)in ' wondered if tho 4la inlands lftriSh.l 'J onRlt Pure." Wellingtonany uneof Stt., alore CHtnrrlt you dfiie. pern "rorr I Kik.I school, 101; pupils pres enrolled in 111 t'o" Ccr. Uay luie em loronto, Carunfa. The el to the front. ITe are bicllned to find not landed Gulliver in Arizona. St. imiikcd flrat will awarded the firt prue. and the others tn order of mem. At tilt .',.. INDEPENDENCE. nt, 70; pupils absent, 31; caueessick" lert apiears simultanccutly lhroii;hout the Unltel biatet, eveiy one hit an ejiul er. a military origin for the expression; Louis " ii. To ihepervn semlinihe 11onect answer kiIII (ienan elecant Uprttrlit i'oiu . No. 65; Miss Stella Taylor, teacher. Bess and rain. No improvements in for at the command, 'Trent," t sol Irullil rlilllo, taluc.1 ut ,"0O. OO. lolheylVjrettn from the nwn-lin,t c rrett-i- Iho Irrpest Cnnl Klines. "i le snent centleman's line tlolil "Raiiilo" lAntrli. hich HnVes Ihe Inurs ami i.u.i r Pupils enrolled in Census Report, 76; dier who has "drewed" himrelf casts Jsonie or furniture. tl .' ton tmill caihe.lrj consul pleatuie.arHltalued at ss.iotl.OO. Tolhe While tho nverngo depth of French Hiifvty IIIrels pneumatic lire, lo Ihe ir. from theaj,afirttlat I nji.h Pin pupils enrolled in school, 70; pupils to "I think, Junes," I said, preparing his eyes to tho front and stands at collieries is l,07;t feet, HAMILTOK, (COLOHKD.) that of tho leave tho cell, "you had better attention, rady to reoolTe order. Cuit. l'o ihe rl fiomthejir, Tothe 11 rt fiom theFurniture. Toileyfr'rsfr nt'ie. i suite cflrIor I i,ulome iiler 'IVu Sor an eleeint I'lituo I.ntiip. 1 Ice. No 10; 8. M. Taylor, teacher. Pu- present, 33. Trustees, R. T. and B. read your chemistry over again o coal mines in tho Hninnult district of Now York Sun. .tit, iTt'ti frrm ihetraiellina hinJwmo pair of l'ort lores. To ihe r.M fr n tie .i 1, .. Belgium is 1.S00 feet. In tho Mons Visitors, Misses Jennie K"tlih leather . airing your scientific knowlTrunk. To the mniK fiorn the lilt, two pieces cf pils enrolled in Census Report, 99; B. Render, btntllliry, and manyolherpiitct in order cf menu eonl basin tho mineral is at present Tit Onus Mr4. pupils enrolled in school, 73. Owing Taylor, Letia Maddox, Nora Render; edge." "It's my private 'pinion," Jones reSrilOrATi I'HIZKS FOR EACH STATE. Fire hunten , desiring to rvt, laid being obtained 3,036 feet beneath tho to the fact that it was a very rainy John Render, Master Alvin Render. marked sagely, "that them 'ere their guns on a flat rock five miles surface, and another colliery in tho A special prire of a Silk l)reH l'ntlom (dsteen jards any cob,), cr deal of sickness House has been ceiled, windows have scientific toffs hindulgo in a glass or from Ironton, Mo. Instantly their same bnin, now abandoned, was day and the great SOTiliiB Jlaelillle (my make dt,lted) sill Le cien to the penen In nc'i s I' s. ulio can male out the three daughters' facet. We shall gite 200 tnltluli! among the colored people of the been cut down so as to give better two of that most intoxicatinhoxygin guns moved from the rock and worked to a depth of 3,tG0 feet. In r.letiecial n;e,(if there thouM he to many tending correct antoert.) Nmliaigt in 1 il rviikinsof jrlre. Ihe nametof the leadini; prlr winners will te puhhslie m c n' Disrict, the attendance was not so light and some new desks have been now and ngen; and that's what leaped towsord a huge bowlder somo Apill, 111. in a miiio in tho Fleim . eitltement mlculingneativipers nettmomh. lOxtril rrrammt iil pim I inyll makes 'cm oo bloomin clover." f ow feet distant. The bowlder proved district called "St. Hennetto des N(.lhm2 It diareed f.r Ihe t,iet luinc tOAvi.t in intmluilni. uur meiluineu contemplate furnished. The patrons large. lit h . re absolutely cienaay t lintroduceandadvemte "Fonl'11 l'rlxtt IleliHMlli."' London to be magnetic iron ore. Yonkoo Pioilults,"' a licit vein of coal was I it ir , nieiu met, ami will W ueil In ctery family for eart where they hue l building a new house nest year. SUNN YD ALE. struck at the e.trnoidinary depth of r villtaviarileilttiKtlyinoriI ( Tpie.il. ainl w .tli Blade. the hiUic ult.fnctiuil to vui ik tent ty nuil, poMpaiJ, and iue4 froo of utlty. nnokselltng Is Itnslnesa. 4,lPii feet. This is beyond doubt tho No, 98; Miss Bertha Felix, teacher. MHXEn'e. Consolation. greatest depth nt which eoal has Tho publisher anxiously nwoite tho A WATni FOlt F.YKRY CORRECT AXXV7KK A mistake was made in publishing Monday, Nov. 14, 1892; No. 74 dramatists hare such a ever lieoii obtained St. Louis Ito- literary vnres which will satisfy tho D"t" "i' monotonous mctnoa or xnaKing tnoir public .icxtrap'""iiumrf.'.j;enulns "IViirlmHM AVntrli. (siem wimlfr,)ill .Mrvv Pupils en the notice ou this school recently. demand of tho moment. T. Tiusley, teacher. G. It is by xrv.nuh nei iliac rre t oner within 3Jlaitfterth i e uenirnl lur, t iIp f nun it enough to w of the brger priif. J)ut ii.tfany one can f ihI rolled in Census Report, 87; pupils The number of pupils in the district selling them that ho lives, and con- lovers propocu. riltirliiK Kleetrlelty. withm tom She Yes; but they do propose, be themcithrr one 39 daj leaihngthe time l hit ajteit cment ojjr in lie tlnhi is 52; the number of pupils enrolled sequently ho wishes to buy them. rinterj of the enrolled in school, 73; pupils present, prir, or an 'tru ttm!ttmrf 1 mjIiIk Tho idea of filtration of tho elecand that is tho main thlnjf. ExuiU lenuicril thit Jornot c ntain i cei.t f r one (f 1h1m 1i ! V in school, 54; and the number present But still ho will buy them on tiio change. tric fluid w not altogether now. A cause of ab20; pupils absent, 53; Address THE FORD PILLCO, "37," Cor. Wellington & Bay Sts , Ttr,rt. lowest tonus possible, in order to w eeks ago nt consumer called omo on day of visit 28. I take pleasure mako tho highest profit, for ho is a sence, rain and whooping-coug- h. tho station of tho Xotting Hill ElecNo improvements during the year; in making this correction. merchant. The historioM and novels, tric Supply company nnd complained tho epics and lyrics, tho essays and Jo. B. Rooep., Supt. bnt Bomo repairs aro needed, and so that, although tho quality of tho philosophical systems, aro merchanelectricity purveyed to him was very are an outfit of new scats, Plato nnd Shakespeare are good on tho whole, it feometimos Smoking a Prehistoric Habit. dise. If their fame alono makes their CENTEBTOWN. Tatentetl In Cnlu-- MM. nn Cauo-I- i ) famous, Ho was asenmo through in lump's. IFrom'Pi irson's nukl), 1 n I'nfltfit! .Tlarlilnr, Afprerla "itsJffil. uierchandfco merchantable. But if No. 16; J. L. Brown, teacher. sured tlmt this could not bo tho cafo, Tho habit of smoking dried herbs sftpsSjffTy-JfijC- t to (tl l) I'rmllrnl lliialuraa Klen. they aro unknown, the marketable, ns special provision hud been mado KLrJf'asJctr fj Lj Jfc. in Census Report, 65; in Pupils enrolled pipes is evidently of enormous value of their merchandise must bo '&K to guard against it by tho uso of two l pupils enrolled in school, 58; pupils antiquity, for both in the British tested by tho current public taste. Otittliitd, nd nil M7.A7 Il tn iln.Uniitly furiiUliCil ComMnalcal filO'lf ulVe is set of fifty-suCrompton-Howel- l lendsd lo for itOflKR 17t H.J-k "iiiIr trnr Kahler. with Cot. present, 32; pupils absent, 26; cause Island and in many parts of Europe Can wo fairly select ono class of the I' 8 I'slcnl Ofnee nnd n. cn on rln- - Attachment. Luiitii u I.k and 11. ters, which ho was invited to lime ttinnlpfioin win rste nt in us lirnetlisn r .' and credit salt. nl id No improvements traders nnd insist that they shall be of absence, rain. tnt ttuun. ;i;m n ;.fi-London Electrician. I I , ftpi Ills, I' and Asia, to say nothing of Ameri-ca,t- ho philanthropists? HIOTO of liinllin fle mlile n lo iiitcnt , s I In en arrrnint. The hi. either in house or furniture. ahililf fierfliirsesnd ne msse AO I II MtdK I' li ice traunaitloua la dlsv supposed nativo land of smokyf(iiir.t nenhen Green's Arrnntmodntlnf Wlf. Dealers in chinawaro, for instance, t,At.'" . 7r.v 1 tn needs ceiling and a set of new house iffiienei Toi ciieinsr 'i'"t r rtllrrtrf Rouben Green of Cnrr township ing, pipes of soapstono and red clay, may wo justly require that they ctnlclleiil In s1ice, Icti.: sni il'cBrrMisr5lvifeii3? ' yemnifiiHlrtc (Vutiity Mijot Mti t.Ml rachcleia. desks. has n well on his premises which It n itkt n imrlrr.a man cairlul which could not have been used for shall buy at tho highest prices all tho It b tf.t trsn liiirt and a fliM t during tho months of May, June, anfl bowls wo paint, or offer them on ) 'J waltok'b creek. O, r'Hile fnin i "" t 'I i. mi 'on mil in t uv wli.reit It any other purpose than the burning commission, and pay us largo annual July supplies tho family and surli tl' Mtt'ln inntrnience. time and motity, No. 72; J. M. Stognor, teacher. of some form of fragrant wood, have profits becauso decalcomania is an .11 pi for Hv If matte times rounding neighbors with water thot I ti imdiint Uitftt setarately and war Census enrolled in SECRET ORDERS. Pupih 1.1I f .r li.iMrsrs savors strongly of lemonade DurI art so elevating and refined and been discovered in graves and tut Ionian addrrsa r full ing tho remaining months tho water Report, 84; pupils enrolled in Bchool, mult, which date far beyond tho most of tho artists aro so poor? George William Curtis in Harper's. returns to its natural taste. Cor. InSS, lie srlment of 35; pupils abeent, Gimp. Cicirn.Mw?U 5; pnpils present, dawn of history. K mm kj , mei t it llnrlfor i,K) .,econd MiturJaj 'With regard to dianapolis Sentinel. EAST STROUDEDURC, PA. iuo tcb month nt 1 r. x. 80; cause absence, rain. No improveThe jHpnnese Hell. theso islands, there is not the slightCM IUntTT. Ciifitftln. ments, though they are very badly Tho Japaneso language has no Jas L l!o,SerMnl. est doubt that smoking was practicequivalent for our word "hell," but aeeded. ed long before tobacco was intro-e- d has tho word "jigoku" O-- . J&.. instead. wkstpowt. Hisby Hawkins and Raleigh. consists of, first, eight immenso J Wri! fioMii Pot, No s, Iieparlment ol AND No. 13; Miss Tuesday, Nov. 15. & tories of Plantes, published in 1D78 hot bolls, ranging ono beneath tho Kentucky, rm ef cry thirl turd ly it I o'clock Leitehrlebl, Ky. Pupils enr. m., in Ifecie Tichenor, teacher. other in The Leading Republican Family Paper of the United States, occurs tho passage: "The porfiuno has sixteentiers. Each of theso hells I. S Bmtn.Com. additional hells outsido rolled in Census Report, 59; pupils of tho S. 4.Mi3utr, tdj. dried leaves layed upon quicke it gates, liko so many antechamFor only $1.25, Cash in Advance. enrolled in echool, 57; pupils present, coles taken into tho mouth of a funbers, so that thero aro in all 136 hot of KenPnrT Mosre ToslAo t.pepi-lincn- t The Leading Phoisgrapher. A fine 40. Visitor, J. C. Bennett. nel! or tunnell helpheth such as aro hells. Second Thero aro eight largo tucky, meets efery baturchy leforo the second The school house and new desks. cold hells, each with its sixteen ante-hell- s, Sunliy at 10 o'clock . m in tliecourt-hou-ss- t trrubledjwith shortness of windo and J. C CmmiBXis, P C. making the same number of Ilnrlford, Ky Pictures h Et:;j Style ni Size, celebrated Columbus Day, and among J.M.llisHor.AdJ. fetch theyro breath thicke and of- cold that thore aro of hot bolls. s Old Pictures Copied and Knln rged other things, raised a flag. The pole Gives nil the news of Town, County and State, nnil ni much National theso 973 hot and cold bells ten." This points only thero whore i'c(vs ns any other paper of itH class. whice was raised by the school boys A isPKCIALTY. Your homo nouM bo incomplete witls for offenders of tho common sort, 333E5-A.3F,INrE3S108 J Mnin Street. themselves, is 89 feet high, and is a any doubt as to the antiquity of tho wily Jap havo twenty mamout it. o H- linlficilly (rented by nn atfrut of smoking for pleasure among our an moth "bolls of utter darkness," into beauty, OWEMBOIW, KY Deifnesi trulleiteil nnd entirely 37m6 rejiutitlon. cestors, it would be disposed of by which will bo consigned tho spirits eiirnl, nffrom'J0to30 yenri' slinlinc, nfter nil VOJHT PLEASANT. the following statement of Dr. Perio of children who tako tho namoof other treatment" h no tilled, Hon the difficult; No. 60; H. H. Davis, teacher. PuIs a National Family Paper, and gives all the general ncwiof the U. 8. Dal Butsa, or Great Buddha, in vain. l"n iched ind the cnno remoitd, fully eiilslmd ono of tha most learned of Irish In tlrculiM, with nffliliT n nnd tetlinoni lis of Boston Olobo. pil enrolled in Census Report, 55; and tho world. It ives the events of foreign lands in a nutshell. It fit cure from prominent people milled free, Ho says: "Smoking pupils enrolled in school, 52; pupils separate departments foi Tim Family Circle, and our Young Folks. Ih at Last About tho Honusnake. 44 ly DR. A. rOTAIM:, Tucnmi, Wash. pipes of brono are frequently found Tha Trnth present, 37. Visitors, Mr. and Mrs. Home and Society coluins command tho admiration of wives and dmighteri. Tom Lanior says ho waa attacked in our Irish tumuli or sepulcharal nnd Onlum H&b!U W. J. Everly, Mrs. O. M. Evcrly, Its general political nous, editorials and ditcn'iions aro comprehcnsivV by n hooponako near tho Drury cured nt hucio with- oiitpnin l.oocof par Ho wan going out to brickyards. An excellent and mounds of tho most remote antiquiW. If. Tichenor. brilliant and exhaustive. Its Agricultural department has no superior" ! ticulars tent FIinE nil.WODM.LY.U D. This school ty. On tho monument of Donough tho brickyards to apply for a job, well furnished house. the country. Its Market Reports aro recognized authority in all parts of the-IaO'Brien, King of Thomond, who uas when ho saw tho suako como rolling also celebrated Columbus Day and J. A Special Contract enabled us to odor this splendid Journal and The toward him. Ho darted behind a TOR PSPKI'IIA raised a fine pole, on which the flag killod in 1287, and entered into the tree, which tho Hiiako struck with Republican for ono) car t'so Ilroirn's Iron Hitters. Abbey of Coicumrae, in tho county great forc sinking its fangs into I'hyilclnns recommend It. was flying the day of the visit. All deslers kep It. 51 (i por bottle. Oenulne S&l.Q.! Clare,' he is represented in tho tho trunk of tho treo nn Inch. Tho etwi:i:n BROWNS. tree immediately commenced to N. Y. Tribune, regular price per year. .'.$1.00 teacher. usual recumbent posture with tho swell, nnd in fifteen minutes: was No. 14; Miss Dania Carter, LOUSVILLE and MEMPHIS, Hartford Republican ' S-- DROIM'S IRON MTEH2 1.25 Pupils enrolled in Census Report, 80; short pipe of bhubeuu in his mouth. twice ittt natural sino. The leaves WITH lllllotuncis, I)) rwpsla. Mala. on tho trees boon wilted, and noxt Cures Indlgtstloti, and (leneml Debtliiy. I'll) pupils enrolled in school, 65; pupils rla, KcrronineM, PULLMAN BUFFET Sleeping Cars' Total $2.26. recommend It. AlldcaKTSselllt. Genulna day when Lanior returned it was present, 46. Visitors, Mr. find Mrs. A. J. SLATON, M. D., bet tr&do mark aud crested red linn on rnppor. dead. Atchison Globo. I'JtOM AND TO J. R. Jones and little daughter, l.llIlSYIM,i:,wr.WlaIIIN,VICKHHI'It & The houso has been repair. Tumporary Stars. itvio.v iioi:,iiiiii Ni;woiti.i:AT, Kormerlr of Millwood, now loeutel nt l.eitch-fielSubscription may bein at any time. slii Mnniilils), A remarkiiblo peculiarity about ed and furnished with new desks-m- uch afTera his vroh Mioiml sermon to the people Address all orders to temporary stars is their usually sudOffice in (Ira)aoti and vljoimnfrcouatiea. to the credit of tho Trustees and den nnneuranco. In all tho well au ' 33ly tho confidence tlmt is bciti" so liberj The Quick and Desirable Route (the Dr. Iladen property.) patrons, Tho houso should now bo thenticated cases tho stars havoL'li ly reposed in us. TO AND I'OM painted. blitzed out with stavtliug rapidity. M We are hero to accommodate tl Nw Turk riiilnOflnlilii linltimnre Hartford, Kentucky. Such were tho brilliant stars of 15721 Wnlij"(rtin .Nnrfolk Obi Point Omfort nponle. each and every businea Ootrlnff jnj from ilTotrpilraae. eMALLHOlJOJ:. Kli'liiiiuiiu lliill'ilo C i'vpI md and lfiOl: nnd in lator years, thoso Thero in a tribo of South Amorican courtesy shall bo extended to then Misses Tide In L'lilfHRti ImllnmiKilia Wedneeday, Nov. 16. 10 who livo in tree tops, near nf IKIb! In fiivniin lmrnnlld nnd nf but in no case shall safety be sneri winoiiwiHti i.ouiAMiin Lulu and Lee Chiiiu, teachers. Pu-pi- lis sara'on Vornwnola, and their singular modo lb70 in Cygnus. Popular Scienco heed tor iricndelup or to obtain buiCnstcrn and Northoastorn Points enrolled in Census Report, 87; of rtxlstonco ppvo the name to that Monthly. iness. John IU1ahni:s, Cashier. "rJ .Memplils Virksbur Haton Uoug Now Orleans Molulu I.Htle Hock Hot pupils enrolled in school, 76; pupils province. Tho villages of thewo peo" Mnrrlites In Abysslnls. SpritiBS ami jieints In Wi'i Tonnes- 50. Visitors, W. O. Davis, ple ar built over the bosom of a prosent, Abyssinia U a country whore, if ArkHiisu, .MfralHippi "00 T,,x"3 arrest fresh water escapo TA'JT.PAV'EJ'RSI Pen Taylor, Henry Ball, Miss Ollie from tho mosquitoes. lake to Globo. muningo is a failure, it can bo easily XX J.XS.A. JJ J.btJr. LonUlstm nnd tho South nnd Boston dissolved. Thero is absolutely no Maddox, Mrs. Robert Hunter, Miss Kourmvasr. legal or holy tio. When a man is YOU Will .In Insinuation. Annio Tichenor, Mrs. Warren Brown, Mbwi Pinkerly You act as if you desirous of marrying a girl ho diTliollro is tlmroiifflily equipped and In n i i Lenas Brown, Strother Hunter. The rectly applies to her parents, Tho murst-eliu- s IHO condition, and provldesanexcol- yOlU'SGll wore uncomfortablo, Mr. Tutter. disdrict lost their houee by fire lost thono in many Euro. lout nrrnngntnniit In tiinound through curs Tuttor Yen, Mi Pinkerly, tho middons, liko U tl.o tlmu nnd convenience) winter and were compelled to build a fact is, I have never been able to got pean countries, aro seldom consulted VOr by lipOrA on tho question, tho lover arranging secured by tho Limited Exproi-- Trains, new one this fall. This, they have a drees suit to fit me. Miss Pinkerly Porhape you don't with tho father or malo relatives reLouuvnio 01 myaepoNLYANianT'smmsbetweon done and furnished it with a nico lot got there early enough. Clothier garding hor dower, which generally UIIU .UUIIIJilllB, nm uust Itnu (Jllll'KI'Sl of new desks. menus a fow beovos, sheep or pieces lorvico between tlio two cities over offered. and Furnisher. Tickits.Timp-rulilo- s nml u ileslrcdinrornia. of cloth, nnd sometimes) gold. IIIOKORT KIIHIE. Hon siTiirul ly nihhiK In jr. Il.Tlrliriior Abundrat Testimony, On tho mnrriago day tho brideAK'iUHt llrnrr ltuin,nr No. 87; 8. J, Tichenor, teacher. A physician says that the beak of groom presents himsolf with his best W.K.Proutr.Gen'l hn, AriuLoaisTille. Kt, Pupils enrolled in Census Report, 50; the monqnito is a tool box, whoro it mnn nt tho houso of his futuro father-in-laMuch feasting goes on till tho pupils enrolled in school, 41; pupils keapa flvo irargical mstrumonte a Visitors, J. B. Graves, lanoe, a spear, a needle, a saw and brido is carried oft by her husband, present, 29. FAlf ANil IINnEUCi TiPrr a pump. A California editor vori-fle- a generally on his shoulders, whilo tho E. W. Hraith, E. T. Bishop, E. B. sxxss rixszoanAFZiri:, icrca' y; the statement and concludes: malo relatives closely follow, making 1 For the final and Most Arlittle Work, Ions stipiH.d, streiutbened &nd enlAn.frt . , iai a. I i I i Tichenor. No improvements in house, "Ha'e right. I'vo felt thorn all." lilf a I -- yi Lost Manhood Iteitorcd a canopy of their togas to keep off I ' f i VTrF-- i 17 ..Ttit x,UI TiArtT Tuicuceie, wens; uki, tho rays of tho sun, or perhaps tbo any lite or Ujle, Fredcrica St. , belueen Derrousncs weakness loss 01 memory, auilm bnt the trustees contemplate purchas- Buffalo Timos. enroll tiy tlio lr Gm37 3rd and 4th. 1.00rerl)OXi fity ItcsnsKllrsi.gurnntce of euroslxtoxiti effects of tho ovil eyo. Behind cornea ing new desks next year. sou. A written Willi t An Awful Thought. a crowd of young girls nnd boys, tx hoics. Send stHinp for psrtlinlsrs tn i .IoIIpdU A. IUrrl, One of the most horrifying roflec-tio- methodically lifting CKKAI.VO. VENN CITY MKlilt'AI. Kini'Ari their 800 Norlll Necond Street. I'liltn., fix. of life la that it is no doubt just thoir heads and clapping annsnbovo No. 16; W. A, Casebier, teacher. eoay for somebody olso to say dis- to tho measured lonting thoir hands I J3R . X. of tomtorr i enrolled in Geusus Report, 48; agreeable Pupils things of you as it is for carried by men running along tho T.ADIK9 IIAHIIKUS. Ncedlngo tonic or clilMren that want building pupils enrolled in school, 35; pupils you to say disagroeablo things of un. tlinulil tnlce flanks of tho procession, who also Opposito Suler nnd near Clovorport IlimWN'H IIION IUTTEnS. Visitors, D, W. Kim-int- ll, somebody olao. Kato Fiold's Wash-burtoDealer in Horses, liugiries, Carriages, Road Carts, Owensboro "WavgoM. present, 25. blow long trumpets. Frcdoria Vil-Is leiMiMit to takii, rures Malaria, Indlgoa- It Hotel, Cloverport, Ky. wife and little daughter, Annie. Uon.nuJ JUUoiuilCbS. All dealtn keep It. Uors In Century. or Harness Horses for sale or hire at all timM.-., o Thursday, Nov. 17. No. 0. O. G. DufT, teacher. Pupils enrolled in Census Report, 69; pupils enrolled in school, 49; pupils present, 29; causes Visitors, Mrs. of absence, rain. Shultr., Mrs. Render, Mr. and Mrs The houso has Porter. Total, 5. been recovered since Inst year. nocKroRT, (white.) No. 82; Z. H. Bhultzand Mits Agnes Herald, teachers. Pupils enrolled in Census Report, 114; pupils enrolled in school, 104; pupils present, 71; causes of absence, rain. No improvements, but the patrons contemplate building a new house in a year or so. An EtiRllih Convict Ttan Across a Work on Chemistry Mlileh Oase II Im Ideas. n. Good nnd expensive bdentiflc works aro to bo found in a prison library, and tho perusal by llliterato inon, ns tho bulk of convicts may Iw Bald to bo, leads very often to strango nnd curious results that aptly illustTnto tho truth of tho poet's axiom of n littlo knowledge being a dangerous thing. I hnd occasion onco to enter a priMoncr's coll and search it In bis presence To my rmrprteo 1 found tho man's library book was a largo and oxcollent work on chemistry. Tho convict wna extremely ignorant, and qulto incnpnblo of reading intelligently so abstrufo a work. "Ilavo you read this book!" I inquired of him. "YesMr, I'nvo'be replied proudly. "And whnt were you reading about last, Jones,"' "About bnir, guv'nor." "Well, what does tho author say bout bairt" "Ho says as 'ov hair U composed of two kinds of gin." "Gin I" I exclaimed in amazement at this astounding statement. "Well, Jonon," I continued, "that fully accounts for tho authorities keeping your hnir closely cropped." "Tho hair I'm about," Jones lucidly explained, "is not tho 'air ov the 'end, but tho hair wo broatho. You bloomin screws," bo added, "think ycr know hevry think, but when it comes to tho p'lnt yer don't know notbink." "Go on, Jones," I said, highly amused. "What about the ginJ" "Hntmoflphcric hair," Jones proceeded, dogmatically, "is composed of two kinds of .sin hoxycrin and nitrogin. Now listen, guv'nor, and learn something useful to teach yer kids. Hoxyjrin is a much stronger nnd more intoxicctin spirit than so much so, in fact, that nachuro mnkes uso of tho bloomin nitrogin to dilute the bloomin hoxy-gin.- " thumbed nionkoys. tho guorezns, ns well an two species of ehort thumb' 1 inonlicys which I havo tamed, eat nil loo chill, regularly but dnintly of the buy Tliunlntrj flilc were inftrl niidgra)-- . rj The InmlJl" that tcrvts them fin- - straw aud led I Tio'lM rot i'ii the Wind's llli r barml ti. uoor nnd .Vd him nnj--. dinr and fie gnercwis cat with relish tho heath of green wilnd Hut ishcn tbu MKlilirttit,iut nml black, width thoy havo learned to expect t'plhf lMiBnl'cji fri ilboMA, The cold Wlu'I fullottid In his truck, eagerly for thoir daily supper. And SHlftr. .dUcnlth) fulliit.idlio. In onter rrnornl npp trance, m hich is chiefly dependent on tho character Tht mud Wind ihimmid nl tn door; lilt Milco n l'tf I'm liM) of the hair coating, tho "lender nnd 1 lint breaks in thumb r .oti In- "it tlinrc. s exhibit short thumbed monke., And Jit ho crlc-1- "I'jiim fm tli I" mi'!" iinjtortant peeulinrlti' s which dis- TliflciiFcrmmtisun k d Idciod Mjre, tinguish both group, while tho llorniiucd tho IiIk'i nll i"t't"l nnd round! slender monkeys generally have My chamber rocUd tiiuii roof in Moor Aud nil Iho dnrHiu-- s . n V c I lib tumid. n short fur nnd their hair umbos n TbcThilrj dviniM - n conspicuous growth only In rpota In Ho turned him In lei. tho shaiw of head tufts, mnncs, whis- And no lie iuoiikhI the 1lininte.ed lo. uu n.i kers and gorgets. Dr. L. Heck in Along Iho uitnmta to the sis. Popular Bcionco Monthly. Sullen nnd slow the "- - Wn.l sped: iur-ticuln1 I , n T representative of tho short Tho Wind enmr wlilnlnir In nij- - door, Arri8i Iho UlnDds from the fro, Willi plnlntho burden o'er nnd o'er, "Oh, Mill joronm thonorld with met" H . u TJ ViM rize Picture Puzzle. it The following picture Contains four facet, a man anil bit three ilauatiie-- r inu me in in s lace, uui u it not to my to Onlingulili tho laces 01 me ibrtt yousj Ij.l... rlliort tiniii'tnrii in a lew newpcrt soma time ago, and attracted coninlttatile Vc now ofTcr a now prta competition In connection with lu A th et uJ nb; i i -. new homes, those who enlerrsllha former comttttltloa 'j'po'ir r , .,il j IIn tin one. AstotherelUUhtyof'The Ford Pill Co.," nJthe eitimtion In whul. iu t r ' . .. U Inloronii. Canvla. vhere they to belt known, patrons art ttfcrrtUto li.4 iU r r.tr j.jSii.hwletaleiiruguuauU leading LuiiocliguKfieaeraJlyoflwento I'f.ANATION. y .il'f iv one-thii- il "T l- . I fnc-sitni- .... . I r -: 1& 1 w 1 Globo-Dcmocra- t. 1 ! I I I 11 ilt bo-for- ., . 1 1 jit ay 1 1 . e Tit-Bit- 1 li .rfl 1 I . .er 1 Tl j5tcoi1(iT(l J 1 asl I Itestw ti i 1 71.M e 1 - oppi-sll- N -- 1 I I 11 ' I -- 11 or Sens cf Veterans. K. STAIS'DARD IMTlC. CO u CALL 03NT 1 Court-Hcui- lark taw, Your Favorite Home Newspaper Bo-sido- THE REPUBLICAN S, world-irid- New York Weekly Tribune, WHISKEY For Only per year. Physician Surgeon, We furnish botli Tapers one year for $1.25, filB'SMLr i 1IAUTFOIUJ REPUBLICAN, ft Lieid. lMt. eiES, VEHICLES, CARTS. do botl a in(l Calling me or one s ) Wl V 1 i k i t na u HARRIS '& REED, W' STvr m a. 1 i f57Saddlo