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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH C0MRE55I0NAL DISTRICT, TERMS S1.25 Fir Amu, Is Admti, $1.25 per year. K .WS VOL. V. GIRLS OF THE SOUTHe HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1893. J I, NO. 27. Ma. ',. IM &I ONE DOLLAR EVERY HOUR ttht r nx part of thu country, nlnl tllllng touork at the (.niplojtmnt which wt- - furnlih. 1 lit Intior It light titid pie iMimt, and roil rim no that risk whatever HV lit )im mil iniiti te, you cam jrlte IhebmlneM a tilul without rxpi in iImum willing todo u little work, toyourirlf. u can work, tliU l the Rrandept ollVr ininU. all liny, op lu tliLM vmlnc mil. If jmi nru em. plujrd, and haw a few span Immim at jour (!! pou1, ullllic tliTit, ami add In )mr Income, our limine will not Inttrlirc at nil. touwtlt beatnairil vn the rttirt nt 11k rapidity nl ease bv which ynu ntimi dollar iipnn dollar.daylnand from the lay nut Kvui beginners nn mk-Iiinone fin t hour. Anv mir nn rim th lm"lii a should tr nothing le until jou are fall. lmi for yourntlf what )mi vn do nt U bmintM nlilcli wenffir. No capital rhked. Wonou art' prand workers tiowailrt tht niiiki1 in much ui iim n. 1 dry fliituM trv (til liilm , nt It I' o II adapted to Iht m. Write it nun ntid tv for hi luiirtctf. Addrm II. MAI. 1. 1 IT .V CO., Itov HM, N ittiml, Mo. N Thoxr Cbaractoristics DilTor ont Irom thoso of tho North. Philadelphia 'limes J Despite sliat lias been said nud written concerning the tendency of tho facility of modern travel to pro dncc uniformity among the inhabit tants of tho civilized globe, tho representatives ot the various hcetimis of our vast Republic as seen at tho different pleasure resorts still retain sufficiently their original characteristics to render thorn easy of identification. Indeed one could wUhtlmtit were otherwise ami that we yielded more readily to the educating Influences of such Hfocintions. Take, for example, the contrasting sections of North and South, Fancy the mellifluous Southern voice, with its tlmUrnndc!U'Ctie inflections corn bincd wi'h the hcaut'lnlly distinct enuncintion, the ihiiuiiogly accurate pronunciation of the Noith, and where were iimipj miiMcal speech? it is the Norilwrn rountrie- to pitch hidcouverMtion upon tho wimo high key, ending each ontenco iutcrroga lively, and the Niuthcrmr iugnore his rVf diniiiiHte bin final cimomtnl9, and run tw hihI even three words into one. I blush while I wiile that I havo heard a Southern woman of emtio social htanding say, "Taint while," which interpreted, leads, "It id not worth the while." ' The native charm of Southern wo-- ) men, however, can Mueely bo exaggerated. Thcie fcpuch a refreshing absence of modern ptogreivciie and aggre8ivcnes about them, fcomc soft witchery, such womanly dependence, such eat-e- , such kindly cordi ality. Our Northern girls nref as a ela&s, better educated, better read, more conversant with current topics, but in the art, or, to speak more ac- arts cu'atcly, in the thousand. aud-ouwhich make a woman captivating, none is irresUtable, facinating, more skilled than the true-bor- n Soiitherner, A party of Northern-ci- s recently tummeiing at a certain Southern retort interested me greatly They were as distinct lrom those them as an Maud in mid ocean. They had their own games, which they played together; their own hooks, which they icad aloud'toeac!! other; and their own camera, with trudged through the which they mountains, taking views of the various points of iuteiest. They were ah ways happy, but a Southern girl, under the tame conditions, with no train of admirers at her heels, would have been Jar from content. "Uow old would you suppose mo to be?" one of the party asked mo one day, for I was afterwards admitted into their circle, nnd I saw much of them. We were fitting together on the lawn, and the tin's unllaUcring rays shone full upon her face. I scrutinized her carefully for u few moments, "About twentyone or two?" I nsked at last. she said, "hut "I am twenty-nine- ," I would never look so young if I were a Southcncr. Tho Southern girls do themselves so dreadfully. They play tennis in tho dead heat of the day in flannel suits, orrde on horseback in heavy cloth habits. Then in the evening they eit on tho porticos or wander about in the damp mountain air in low eutfshort sleeved dresses aud thin slippers, or elso they dance all night, Bittms nt intervals at open windows to get cool, I don't wonder that Southern women break down early. My wonder is that they live through what they undergo." As to tho chivalrous gallantry, tho beautiful dcfcrcuco of manner to wards (ho opposite sex for which Southern men were formerly renowned, it is conspicuous by its absence from this rising generation. Or, if it still exists, tho modern knight leaves his curtly manner behind him when bo goes upon his summer outing. And, as man's first fall was duo to woman, so alas, is this latter declension attributable to tho Eves who frequent these Kdcns. Such a wretched ambition exists among them to outdo each other in tho matter of beaux, such a horror prevails among them of being Iei t," that in many instances I fear I might almost say in tho majority of instances tho "stoop to conquer." Theirs is an ambition, however, which 4o;erIeaps itself." Their supremacy if, indeed, tho vain show of attention which they gain merits tho term is short lived. It is tho worthy wo man, tho woman who is true to herself hero as elsewhere, who wins from men tho best which they havo to bestow, , ng fc eally ( arm il by unv imt of i In any t as GltilA mi WCgl '.n SLfcs sSEs w '' tuvprtetf. la world BaatCAlf W. L Douglas BboeinrvsoldoTeryvrbM. Urmybody boulrt wear them Itlsadtrty you own youirnlt to cot tho beat vnlne tar your monoy. Economist In your lootnertf by Mtobaelcfc W. L. Dougta3ShOOS,biofc roproiontthu boat vMuu et tho prloov adV wtUeed obovt., tia tbuiaonda can testify. tTtiki Jso .substitute..without W,t VeMnrr nffrniul. an-uu tottoui. Look i RoiuUt nartm tuj,rlvO itaiu-ynu XS I.. Doudlnvt llrocUtou, niafiat Sold by W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE noTUtp. the) toe Bboo L. F. V(I.I!M:i:, Ilnrtn.r,!, Ky. mental than her physical constitution, In pleasant weather she takes a daily walk out doors, accompanied by Ilnnnah, a faithful attendant who has been with her for years. These walks aro confined to tho pleasant streets in the vicinity of her rcsMenco on Asylum Hill, in Hat "ford, Coin. Whatever tlio weather,winter or summer, she rarely fails to vMt Mrs. John Hooker who generally sings Uie old familiar songs and hymns. Thee she seems to enjoy more than anything else. In tho selection of hymns, however, Mrs. Stowo always choosts thoso of a stirring, lively movement. Anything of a slow, melancholy or sentimental order fails to interest her. As one illustration of tho peculiar ty of her mental powers, Mrs, Hooker cites the attention which horfcislcrgives to hymns familiar to her in her early life. A word omitted or a wrong word used she notice on tho instant and makes the correction. Certain lines and ideas appear to strongly impress them-elve- s upon her mind, and her comments are ut times very striking. She reads but little in these fading days. Of the many magazines nnd papers which come to her house, her choice is a New York illustrated paper puniished by a relative. This is placed in her hands regularly. The familiar heading gives her pleasure, and she tuei to read the paper, but rarely gets beyond an ex Then her amiuatiou of the picture?. mind wanders off to something cite. Of the troubles of life fahc has no the ught, aud of physical pain no experience. Relatives and friends endeavor to mako asplcsant as possible the pathway which h leading to tho end. TOWN TATTLER. Tho Tattler, not long since, found advertisement and not the follow knowing exactly what to do with it insert it here so that Mm Hickman may know into whose hands it fell, and also is that assured tho original will be carefully preserved until such time as sho may seo proper to call for it. Here it is: 'Wanted. A nice, good husband of medium statuo and winning ways. Correspondence to this arc respectfully solicited, but if you don't mean Address, Miss business don't apply. May Hichmau, caro of Republican office," Boys here's your chance. tho many othot ltiL0 , zr which Hartford is deservedly proud, There aro several is her whistlers. young men here,who, when thev con gregato and feel musically iucliued, can put to shame a halNgrown comet band and not half try. If you think this is not true get Bob, John, Ran dall and Lee and a few others together aud bo convinced, A&iwiig good enough during tho cold snap, but it seems to mo that thoy would bo in a fearful condition hiicg tho thaw." And I wns compelled to ngreo that his prediction was only too true. DELIGHTS OF HAVANA. Something About tho Hotels and Their Artistic Furniture. IN. Y. PROFESSIONAL CARD. J". ATTORNEY AT LAW, IIAItTFOBD, - - KENTUCKY. EcLwin Eowe . Dr. Isaac Foster is the happy pos sesor oi at least three autographs of They arc those of unusual interest. Cleveland, Mrs. CleveTho first land and Jefferson Davis. is simply Grovcr Cleveland, but one might mistake it for almost anything else were it not for the words Execu tive Mansion printed in one corner of Frances F. Cleveland is the card, writteu in a very plain, bold hand and into legibility is in striking contrast with tho signature of her massive Jeflersou Davis is written hushatid. in tho plain old fashion hnud of ye olden time. You have, no doubt, seen the little vagrant "yaller" dog about the streets who seem to bo a mixture of bench-leand hound. Well, thereby bangs a Several weeks tale as well as a tail. ago the dog was taken by MastersMc-Doual- d aud Manning Howard, rather than have him starve, and when the new proprietor of the Hartford House, Mr. F. M. Westcrfield,camo in,found tho dog a rather useless appendage and contrived to find peaceable By means of getting rid of him. and by that best of all good souls J. Polk Thompson, Esq., dropped in and noticing his dogship, made some remarks about it and immediately asked for him, Mr. Westerfield very seriously remarked that the dog was a very fine one ho had shipped from Tennessee. This only more en flamed the desire of Jim Polk and after considerable persuading ho .succeeded in gaining Mr. Wcsterfield's consent to hi3 taking tho canine. The dog was at onoe sent to Mr.Burgo Thomson, of Horton, brother of the jaunty Jailor, and agreat fox hunter, to bo trained preparatory, as Jim expressed it, "to running all the foxes out of that country' Mr. Westerfield enjoys tho joko and the absence of tho uudesira- blo dog, whilo tho knowing ones seo in Jim Polk's broad smiles the determination "to get even" if it takes twelve mouths. g llGHT IJHHIHG SBUYTHE. Entertainment. The entertainment at Beaver Dam on last Friday nuht, was indeed a As a visitor, we can say success. we were most highly entertained. The fust part of the evenimfs exercises was the clafcs in Rhetoric, in Tho first on charge of I'rof. Ray. duty was Claudie Cluck, in "Moral Courage.' Next Miss Roberta Cools, "The effects of a bad temper." Then followed a Mr. Taylor, whoso subject The rewe failed to remember. mainder oi the program was rendered as follows: Mks Virgie Hocker Home. Mr. Horace Taylor The Power of Asso Miss Annie McKinney elation. Poverty and Wealth. Alva Taylor A Good Home, The pupils of this class, though young as they are, acquitted themselves with honor. They showed that they had been subject to the discipline and instruction of a most competent tutor. The time had now come for tho little folks, who with their little speeches, which were exceedingly iu structivo and pleasing. The building of tho "Monument of life," first tho Rock, then Faith, Hope Charity and then Jesus, nnd the Hoop Drill show cd that neither pains nor talent were spared to make this feature of the Last came Mrs. exercises attractive. Jarley's "Wax Work," which was very much enjoyed aud excited much laughter. XXX I, 6 ttarrP. riHtsTp yoi WOODWORK, ATTAdiiiacs. LvtMli SavmT m K o& r THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST. 8ond TEN conts to 20 Union Sq., N. Y for our prlio pnme, "DllniJ LucK, nnd win n Now Home 8ewlnK Machine. TheNewHomeSewinsMachineCo, gib uwioh MuMffijarr.... C'e6q fr'"""fa (AU ILU Viivr " 60" JriTS. SALE BY U,!- niauiFOR ORANGE, rYlASa. Resolutions ot Rospoct. Household of Ruth N. No. 194, G. It Cures CoId,Coufbit6or Throat CroQp.Influe..-a- . Whooinff Cough, BronehttU aed Aithma, A ecrtaia cure Tor Coniumption In first lUfri, and Uie at once. a sure relief In adftncel ataeei, You will aea the eicellent etlect aftf r taklejr ths firit doM. 'Bold by dratera Terrwbire. Z&i$t totUtiMcfoUandJl.OO. 0. ofO. F. Whiikeas, It has pleased Almighty rn ull UUtitVi H'lWTT. Iwllllllmtf1' VlMlfME 20 FOR ,, vmm 'S CREAM YEARS fViw bohle guarantefd. , all Worm Remedies. ,r iu..ON'HVh,!l?IH'.t.i.Wni. aaT n?t v TBHhk J5te St? k. t HTvVQHKaV Cofrrcial CAct., Awarded llUnrt Honor ! ftt World' EipMltloa, for lirnrml lulnri Eduea Irunor Jlont.kvrnlnc etoit. 10,1mm (Jra.U.lViln Hu.lf. KMiOHIndeaU 16 Tifc lurifuiplorf 4. i'oatortull Huslnrea aiovrmslueluJlnff TuiHoo. Hitionfr, ml llrl, ttwut BtfO Tilrcraphj iteU)tifc HUnf Urlukta lo arntlon. Kuur now, Vtit 't luccitiful. TMl illy fi koillul nl hlihfu1 lfDlra adlrtit. WILBUR R. SMITH LEXINGTON, KYe College "Mf Business College in th$ World. $J LrNuc?: COPYBlQMTIOr God iu his wise providence to call from our midst on the 13th day of January,18!3,iur beloved sister, Mrs. LucyS, Parks, P. M. N. G. of Household, No. 194, thereforo bo it Ri;solvi:d, That whilo wo mourn the loss of our deceased sister, wo do bow iu humble submission to tho will of Him who is the great ruler of tho universe. RiaoLVi;!), That in tho death of our sister Lucy, tho H. R, has lost a true and faithful member, her family a kind wito aud true mother aud tho Church a devoted member. Rcsolvkd, That tho Charter and sacred Alter bo draped in mourning for thirty days, Rusolved, That each member wear tho usual badge of morning for thirty days. Resolved, That a copy of theso Resolutions be sent to tho family and b copy bo sent to tho Rkpuisuuan aud that they bo asked to publish same. A precious one from us has gouc, A voice wo loved is still; A place is vacant in our home, Which never can bo filled. God in his wisdom has recalled, The boon his love had given, And though tho body sleepeth now, The soul is safe in heaven. If you ever ntteuded public gatherings you aware of tho very insufficient management of tho heating apparatus usually found in country and small town halls and churches. The judgment or rather the temperature of tho Janitor or some officious auditor, who by" tho way usually makes it convenient to bo seated near tho stove aud to determine tho temperaturo for tho wholo audience. Thoso near the stove, in order to bo pleasant, demand open stove doors nnd open windows, whilo those remote nro eufleriug with cold. Except, perhaps in extreme-lcold weather judicious heating, even with coal stoves, will give a public hall such a temperature as will bo pleasant in all parts of tho house. Some ot Hartford's janitors, however, havo not learned this lesson, but a long suffering public very greatly d cures that they betako thcrc-twith diligence. y o On Tuesday I met a former citizen of Hartford, who was hero only a few weeks ago and he said: "How is old Hartford getting along theso days." "O, just lovely," wns tho reply, "Well I'm glad of it for I think a great deal of tho dear old town, But what of tho Court Houso yard? When was there a month ago it loooked like a cyclono had struck it. Has it received tho necessary improvements?" That let mo down hard aud my town prido was humbled fori was com polled to answer, "no, sir," nnd I added, "I think tho work will bo dono soon," "Well, I hope eo, At present tho yard fenco is a disgrace to tho town and county, but with needed improvements you would havo ono of tho nicest Court Houses and yards in tho State. Tho Court Houso needs painting inside aud out, and there aro other improvements still, that aro very badly needed, But what of your streets? They were ly I nalr Orcani strengthened and enlarged. cniU lions stopped LoNt Manhood Kvatorcd varlctK-cU'- , eak back, low of memory, UIzzIucm. norvounc55, weaknc" rnroil by tho 4'liy Itrnioillea. 11,00 per ilz lioxci for A written Kimranteo of ruro with ever Hx Irfines hond ftatnn for pnrtlrutnrn to V W EAEv AND UNDtUELOi wan U But I Mrs. Sto we'a Deoling Years. tca WW CITY Ml.liftAI. COIIPAKl sot ' vrlU Second I'ttila., I'tu Boston HttaldJ chryslal Where steams through enbless years, Mrs, Harriot Becchcr Stowo, who FJow over golden Bauds titrtt, gave to the world "Uncle Tom's Aud whero old grown young agaiu Cabin," has reached hor eighty-fir-st Will clasp each others "hands. TO TUB WAItD. dutettfoft IN year in apparently as good physical Salmi; M. Peyton, ") Wmkneas. Malaria, Bilhuaiiess, take V Cora, . Julia Rucker, ikon rrrrn:daalea p constitution as she was ten years ago. It cures q le! ly. For aalo by oU EMUEU WALKER, Tho chaugo more directly affects her J rm lb sauuiao. taodicla! vxa !xi rnu 0 beyond tho shadow land Where all is bright and fair, know full well theso dear hands Will palms ot victoiy bear. But one of tho pleasantest surprises There has just closed at this place a was iu reserve when 1 entered my May protracted revival of religion. its sweet gracious influence continue room. It was a glimpso of a Cuban aud not bo lost in tho worldly amuse- bed. This bed had an iron frame with which beset tho ments nml follies, posts at the four corners supporting wayof the young converts to turn tho Tho posts were unwary feet from the path of morali- a light canopy. painted with wreaths of red ro3 ty and religion. Among others thero is one device of the tempter against es. Tho head nnd footboards were similarly decorated and over all hung which I would warn the young christian. It is otieVhich above all others a canopy of delicate lace, tied back imperils tho religious existence of the on each side with 6carlct satin rib bons. A flounce of tho satin hung at young pcoplo of Hartford. fthe top of the canopy aud another Tho habit ot playiug cards seems to be almost a mania among Hartford's like a valence around the lower society from tho church member to framework, beneath tho light mattress. Tho remaining furniture of tho street darkey. Harm in it? Speak-in- g the room was commonplace, but this from cloe observation and a sad beautiful bed made it picturesque. experience, I must emphatically cay It was a source of delight to me as yea! Did you ever see anyone in the full expeneuce of religion playing ofteu as I entered tho room. In tho course of my subsequent ex cards? Did you ever see a card-tabl- e in a sauctified home? it is right, cursion3 I saw many of these beds. If were ornamented why does everyone carrying a pack Sometimes they with brass medallions, and then again of cards, conceal tho fact from religthey were inlaid with mother of pearl, ious people? is game called "Progressive Tho prices ranged from $17 to 865, There The prettiest one I saw anywhere was The progress is always Euchre." in Matanzas, where I arrived after a toward a lower state of religious exschorchmg railway journey of several istence, and so fast that the individ hours, and a long, dusty, jolting ual soon loses his spiritual interest. drive from the station to the center Another game they call "Ciuque." of tho town. What a delight it was That game sinks the player iuto endafter mounting a steep ttone staircase less perdition, if he coutiuues iu the and crossing a bare forlorn-lookinirreligious exercise. parlor to enter a bedroom that was a Dr. S. A. Steele, one of the most perfect little gem in its way! It was eminent divics of the Methodist lighted by a broad window opening Church, says that every card has the on a balcony opposite tho Cathedral. stench nnd infamy of hell stamped The floor was covered with cool on it. looking tiles. Thero were wardrobes Young man, young lady, as one ncd clothes press of dark, old fashionwho loves you, as ono who is fully ed wood, roomy washstands and invitconsecrated to tho work of saving ing arm chairs, but what gave charm souls, allow mo to utter a note ot to tho 'room was tho bed standing ia warning: Don't play card. Endeavthe center of it, as it to challenge ndt or to avoid those things that are shunmiration. The head and foot boards classs of people who hold ned by that were painted in Spanish coast scenes If you have started family prayers. delicately inlaid with mother of pearl, to live a christian lite, for the sake and tho light iron frame supported a of those who love you, for tho eako of cauopy of lace as fine and dainty as those you love nnd desire to see you fairy work. who has saved and for the sake otllim The parlor of a Cuban hotel is a forgiven your sins, do not make a square hall into which bedrooms mock of religion. Do not briugcon-tem- pt open. It is furnished with a piano on your own manhood and woand a writing desk, in addition to the When wo read the list of manhood. center table and adoublo row of arm names of a card party iu Hartford, chairs. This is tho only spot where a wo invariably read tho names of guest can entertain a caller, On tho church members. What a shame and first floor there is sometimes a dining disgraco lo a body banded together to room, butoftener a largo open space, work for the cause of tho Master. with tho oflico on ono sido and tho s May God give tho restaurant on tho other side; and if graco to overcome temptation and ono bo of a roviug disposition there is sin of playing avoid the nothing to prevent her finding hercards is my earnest prayer. self a little further a long, in tho L. R. Barnltt. midst of tho rows of charcoal braziers which constitute a Cuban kitch UNION GROVE. en. Very savory dishes are brought Jan. 21. The cold weather has out from this kitchen by tho dapper given away and it is hoped that the little Cuban waiters. worst of the season is over. The prin Tho soups are generally thick with cipal occupation of the citizens of this bits of meat, beans, and various un community this winter has been recognizable fragments, but havo an building fires aud sitting closo to excellent flavor. Tho fish is fine and them. There has been some more well cooked. Tho ealades aro fresh moving to and fro, in this neighborand .well dressed, Tho meats aro not hood siuco Christmas. No less than so good, too fresh'killed; but tho enfamilies have changed twenty-fiv- o trees and fancy dishes aro excellent. places. H. C. Siunett and family, Tho deserts are meager, an occasional have moved to Whitesvillc, Daviees ice or a custard being offered in addicounty, their former home, after tion to tho native preserved fruit, spending five years in our midst, which is very rich and' sweet. There Whilo wo regret his leaving our vicinaro also cheeses of fine flavor, The ity, we, at tho same time, welcome genuine Spanish dishes are superior to Knox Westerfield, who has been away the imitation French cooking served for tho same length of time. atsomo of tho largest hotels. Frank Sinnett accompanied by Messrs. Blaine, Polk and Benuie, are An Idea of Literature. tho guests of W. 0. Yates. Chicago Printer, Tho public school at this place is in If anyone were very anxious to get good condition. Notwithstanding tho somo kind of an idea as to tho amount tho unfavorable weather, Prof Gibb3 of literaturo was circulated from our has just closed a series of writing les- cities, ho might satisfy himself by vis sons iu this district, which was very iting ono of tho largo dailies' press Preminteresting and instructive, rooms during thotimo that an edition iums were awarded first to tho best is being run off; there ho might seo scribe, second, to tho ono that made something liko a half a dozen mas Tho sive machines, printing an aggregate tho greatest improvement. lucky contestants were Ira Bartlett of almost sixty thousand papers an and Miss Nannie Davis, respectively. hour. Get from the manager tho inThe Professor is a gentleman ot high formation as to how many hours these moral character and is beyond a doubt presses run and then allow for say ten Judge. or moro diflcrent papers bringing out a wielder ot tho pen. i a editions ntall hours of tho duy and a li. surprising largo figure will bo tho re Go to tho receiving departsuit. ment for second class matter at tho maga- postoflice, say on Wednesday afternoon, and seo tho steady string of wagons draw and uuload tons upon a - tons of weekly papers, theu look up hum cm the benve I.uue'N iiit'iUclm tho monthly trade papers, tho magatiwry tiny, Iu order to bo healthy this Is nfctary, zines and clasa periodicals of all kinds with their immense circulations and YOU WANT or.lo ynu DO Uh social U'tter TO M AltltY, nnd lalies only a slight lrom ntleiiifu suspicion will com off tilt u re ami tnnuii lrom all over the country! menco to draw upon you as to what Uio,Jii!UrnJonG ten cent nnl rmlva copy of Tho thoelpffint matrimonii! paper culled Oramii printed matter docs circulate. Ulomovi. winch will ntloid ou more lualthfui printer certainly is a man of much onjo) inf nt Hun ) on hare had for many a day: each number contain hundred of letters lrom jouna importance, obscuro though no may ladles aud gentlemen wanting correipondrntifrom appear, ho certainly has a largo sharo thOHO of the opjioite text If thero Hainan or of tho duties of tho day dovolving woman who hai uot found bin or her affinity hero' tho golden opportunity, Addresi Obakob upon him, g church-membersoul-polluti- A Social Evil. Mum. JAi.i.fUr-iV- J.C. R. WrtD1ff. HARTFORD, KY. (Ofllce, over Anriwon'a Baiair.) Wlllprvtlc their profrMloniuallthe courts o Olito and adjoining countitp, nnd court of Appealt Special attention ucn to criminal practice ani v2n22tj collections. ... .. - 3"am.os Jk. SzxiltH, HARTFORD, KY. Attorney at Law, Will practice hUprofrMon In Ohio andadjolt Inff counties, nnd tho court of Appeals, bpecia attention given to collections. Office north si Jo public square. E. D. OUFPV. Gr-uff3- Ti Tlr B. D. RINGO. r 6z IRiaagro, Attorneys at Law. Will practice In nil courts of Ohio and adfoimag counties, nnd in Superior Court and Court of A peals. Collection nnd nil legal biiinena atteaded b. Office, o. 323 1:. Market stUartford, Ky Perry Westerfield HAETPOED, 2CTT. ATTORNEY AT LAW, R- - IR. "W'ed.ciiaip, (Office In Crowder Duilding.) Will practico hU profeilon in all tho courts erf Ohio and adjoining counties. AImo Notary Roslne. XSLgr. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Attorney at Ltftr, Pnbllc v2i2J(7 Will practIeehIsprofeIonlnall the Courts ! Ohio and adjoining counties, nnd In the Court W Appeal. Lpfcinl attention lven to collection. Office, over Williams, Hell A Co's drugstore. Hartford, Ky. 0Sv0 DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Is prepared to do all kinds of Dental work at reasonable prices. "?t . AT WW JilK J$sjy sfih j00tfl TfcEASflNT umWSJnmRftfe jl'vW THE HEXT MORNING I TlZL ERIQHT AND new nu MY COMPLEX ON 13 CLTTEH. ..?M'ictoreaT5!t"ct" ffenOyon fhofnmarfc. Urtr kMntys,ftndisMiriuaiit uxatlin. UU made from hcrba, tnd ts iirtjwnd f y r use j dilnk M r Ma. iim railed H VVf8VTJ3 eii AiiaruBBiMBieiiiiHi&tann.i f I tjapackt-e-. if n1 rnitrn iitn for Ioucami'U'ct it HiiHtlfit ptittcas fbc frcfn unvl". lmduNj 0UA10U !. I..MV..vV? UtiP v. QtWING frjIvW H-rw r JT J5THEHWT. MtOlfic Miiin bUy 4 ..Mb y yj iu ! q gjjgrfjjH ciii.an. Agents Wanted! II. A. LOZEIER & CO., Wholesale Doalen, CLEVELAND, O. 340 Superior St. THIS PireRswArcrW m J.? u,ln' NfHn. AVER A SON. our authorlted Men The Republican and the Cosmopolitan, a leading zine, for only 83.00. A. J. SLATON, M. D., Physician & Surgpon, field, otTers his Formerly of Millwood, now located at Leitch trofesiounI services to the people UraysoaanJ tdjolntnxcoiuties. Office m Dr. Uadcu property.) (the Wty Commercial Hotel, CENTRAL CITY, KY. R. R. PAXON, PROPRITOR. Has just been repaired and first-clas- newrjr furnished. Located closo to Depot. s Good meaU or lunch Give it a trial. HppyafidcootQtbahomowah"T! X l tonsoMi, room 15, 14 IKMon afreet, Mais. lioiton, 3S ly. m I havo several tip-t- op second-hand- ed beater ; a lamp with tht lifht of the mocnbic; CjUkcut.writc Rochester Lamp Ca,NiwY. Ars broken dowa from owwork or booMboM rebulhU the lyatem, aids digtitloti, mnoTti x ecu of blk. ami iutm laaivlfc iiCUMtfuaulu Many Persons " Jlrowu's Iron Hitter Sowing Machines that I would gladly trado for corn or hay. Write, or call and soe mo. imowx Gross Wiluams. Contain! One Hundred lleclpee for mU-luUwUclous Cafidy clienply utid quickly thome. Th is book U glvwu ftu a nt (Iron and fpaextU Urts mo nrrnciu aucahao Far INtf'l if llJLSli-ktti- Hartford Republican ruju.iMiiKJ) i:vf:i:Y nun.vY notice on the public that on alt subjects he is liable to ear something mousing. JO. II, ltMJi:itS, . IMitorniM rrojirirtur. FlUDAV, IWHKUAIIY :l, J8M. Xi:v comes from PonUvillc to the elleet that there are gooil prospects that the Irviuton railroad will he ex tended in this direction in the spring. And may at that, we against religion and to ollcnd those who differ with him on this most im portnut of all questions. He had bet His ter stick close to bis subject wonderful powers of oratory, his superb wealth ;t imagery and his grandeur us a word painter can find full play in the great subject he has chosen, and he would have nctcd far wiser and pi liter had ho omitted all reference to aud slurs on religion." have un early spring HARDINSBURG. oi 1812 has been lit). Once more, with a etuilo upon our lips and a heart filled with gratitude, we are enabled to pursue the even tenor of our way. Our pants have beeu patched. Thanks, Miss Oln May Adkisson has completed her school near Lodiburg mid has returned home. The colored portion of our couimti nity has recently sustained some heavy losses by reason of death. Washington Oannway, also known as Washington Peyton, an old soldier and thrifty farmer, died Saturday, Dee. His sister, Matilda wife JIfct. 1812. of Allen Allen, one of the leading ctrtored men of this county, died Jan. 121st. Sally Tabor, daughter of Jerry Tabor, died Jan. 23rd. Mesrs. Hoscoe Kskridge, G. P Job ly and Win. Hawkins, of this county, were at Owensboro a portion of last week in the capacity of grand jurymen in the Federal Court. Among the various professions to which the lives of men are devoted, there is none from whose ranks so many have been chosen to fill high and honorable public office, as from the profession of law. It is not lire essary to call attention to auy, of the many illustrious names, that have shown resplendent in high official station, who were, in early life, called lawyers. Judging from the signs of the times, it now seems that the bar of this State is to have new honors heaped upon it. Judge Lindsay, one of the couspicious representatives, will be chosen to represent the State of Kentucky in the Senate of the United States. Kcutuckiaus may rest assured that the entire State will be ably represented in the National Capital, so far as Judge Linsday is concerned. While it is true that the closing week of January was characterized by pleasant weather, some remarkably yet old winter will probably get even with us all by lingering in the lap of In March, however, the ap- spring pearuuee of the crocus and daffodil will serve notice that winter is gone. Then when the rains have descended, man and beast will flounder about in slush. Then, as the days go by, and ever and auon as the sun hides his shining face behind the clouds, or sends a flood of light streaming through the lifts in the leaden canopy of heaven; then, we say, suilering hu inanity, together with the editor of the Hartford llerald, "will go toiling laboriously through seas of encumber ing mud." The labors of a correspondent to a country newspaper are uot altogether In the first devoid of good results. if his penmanship is of the"Phil-adelphi- a place lawyer" class he immediate In fact, he ly strives to improve it. must improve it else he will have cause to lament when his letter appears in print. Again if he is a young person, after having written a few communications, he will discover that but has he dosn't know everything, lu short, most everything to learu. speaking in colloquial terms, he will not have written long until he has a vague impression that he is small poAgain it tatoes and few in the hill. is strongly impressed upon his mind, that it is net best, always, to speak the I' pou the statement of this truth. bold proposition, we might enter into a long metaphysical discussion, but Our resolve to forbear we forbear First, is based upon two reasons: would not in all such a discus-doprobability materially enlighten our readers. Secondly, our knowledge of metaphysics is not as deep aud broad To tell the truth, as is might be. however, sometimes hurts, Unfortunately it often hurts those who are good more than those who are had. If, therefore, it sometimes injuries tho t good, it should not be told. It is our j duty to sustain and hibteu the good We do not and uot to tear it down. wi-- h to infer that it is right under' Not auy ciicumslauces to tell a lie. Under many circumstances, at all. however, it is best to suffer imposi tion, it exposing those who impose, will result ultimately in injury to n Situjust cause aud to good people. ations of such a character often occur. Hoiiin Hood. Tnormi the war Jan. over eighty years there are still IuVj survivors oftli.U struggle living. The guceew ol those old soldiers in nmrry-in- tc pretty young girls is shown by the fact that Ofi'A ol them lcit widows who still live and draw pensions. If the proportion should hold true s the year HMO will pec 100,000 drawing pensions on account ol the Civil War. will-ow- At Pari?, Texas Henry .Smith, borne her gentle spirit homo where loved ones wait and welcome her on "Ah! girls, your smiles the golden shore, morning. were all in vain, your loss is some Little Gracie is not dead, but sleep; other girl's gain." Although we would There is un death, but angel's forms not he surprised to hear of Mr, Stev Walk o'er the earth with silent tread. They bear our best loved things away ens making frequent visits in and And then we call them dead. near Heda. Mrs. II. A. Haird, of Hartford, Yet, again, we hoj)e to meet her When the day of lite is fled, spent one day hist week visiting in this Then in heaven with joy to greet her, vicinity. Where no farewell tears arc shed. Willie Dulaney, No Creek, has A Fiui:ni. purchased the property of Isaac FosThe trial ot D. G, Gammons for the ter, Jr., of this place, and will move killing of Hod Barnes at Heaver Dam We welcome him iu thereon soon. caniniiplaM Saturday and wa con. our nutlet. A, C. Hockei, South Carrollton, tinned till Mondiy, and lie was held of the wait the action was in Kiiulcrhook one day last week. over to aroused considL. F. Hocker, Curdsville, Daviess Circuit Court.The trial large county, made a short visit to friends erable interest and there were a ntleiidauce both days. No gioatex- -' and relatives here last wek. W. II. Harnes will close a five citement prevailed for ncarlv every would be months term of school at Alexander one believed that Gammons released aud the holding ot turn over on the 18lh of February with an exMessrs Guify He has been em- was (piite n surprise. hibition nt night. it Kiugo assisted the prosecution, ployed to teach the spring school at and M. that place, which wilt begin the 4th while Mccsrs. II, P. Tajlor for the de Monday in February. Those persons L. Heavriti were attorneys successful school at Hcda, left for his home near Heaver Dam Wednesday wishing to go to school iu the spring would do well to enter school under ROSINE. his care, as he is a voting man of good Jan. 31. Miss Lcta Raghind is moral standing nnd well qualified to quite sick. teach anything that may be brought A protracted meeting began here We hope he within a district school. Suuday, iu charge of Revs. Bennett will be successful it; having a Hue school in the spring. fense. A ST PATRICK'S DAf CPISODE. Ilmr n ltrf;rnir:itCMt Tot I .Miumgrri to Tmiiu (' "1. t't'iicm h Mr. Cluiuiuvy M Dcpew attend' jMk Plantation cohud j ' colored, committed rape on the per sou of Myrtle Vance, u little girl of years of age. After three and committing the rape he murdered her in a most cruel manner and then fled toArkan-as- , where ho wn captured and taken hack to Pari-- , and then was saturated with kerosene, tct on flic Smith held and burned to death. grudge against the father of the a child, who wn:i policeman, and selected this method to get even. Daisy Di:ani:. Hartford College. Report of the general average of the students of Hartford College aud Business Institute, for the second tflrm, ending January !lth, ISM. Maximum 100, Minimum 0. Flovd Crafton OS, Jno. II. Wood US. K. K. Lee Simmermau tlj, Etta Thomas IW, Knust Tracy l7, Jno. 11. Harnes SI", Sophia Davidson t)7, Siddio Davidson 07, LuU Johnson HO, Hobt. Nelson Urt, Wallace Stewart IM, M. P. Kimbley W, Rachie Sanderfur Do, Silas Griffin lb L. II. Harnett 05, J, It. McAfee 05, J. Ham Harnes Ot, Sullio Quisenberry 01, G. H. Slack!):), Walter Martin 03, Chas. II. KllisO:!, Carrie Woer-n- er OH, Kiln Cot OH, Guy Stateler Hur-riO'J, Owen Williams 0', KIU Ot), P. L. 01, Wilson Galloway Berkshire 00, Mabel Hubbard 00, Susie Bowman 80, Clara Denton Sl. Ida Render Sa, Pearl Cayco SO, Anna Fule SO, J. K. Hell SO, Mary Miller bo, R. D. Walker S5, C. S. McLe.ui 85, Hessie Morton b5, Klva Morton S5f Fannie Render St, Mamie Ross SI, Ernest Daniel 84, Anna Chambers SI, Susie May S3, llattie Galloway S3, Georgia Hudson b'2, Harvey Pruden V2, Hertio 1 njf It h a question open to debate as to which is in the wortc condition, the road to Heaver Dam or the The "overseers" of the of Hartford. road are now eutitled to the floor and are given uu opportunity to show forth the great and sublime beauties, couvenieueesand advantages of their fivemile muddiole, after which the Honorable Hoard of city dads of this inud.begirt village may depict in appropriate vermicular the exquisite do lights our people possess in being al lowed the happy privilege of treading the niu&hy depths of the ubiquitous mud. See? one thing more than a that is in Hartford another it is the crossing at public Mill and Market Streets Many ladies and gentlemen have been plunged from the slippery stepping stones ankle deep into the mud which almost covers the stones and makes it difficult to determine which is the Our mud and which is the block. propeople have paid their inriiey tection ncainst such annoyances and justice demands they should have it. If the tax levy U not high enough to pay for improving our streets let the improvements oe made anyway and the levy increased to meet the expense. If the rate is already high enough a it doubtless is, by ail means let the work be done. At any ami all events, let the streets be improved and that ut once. Ik there nui-au- is fr Morton SO, Jennie Quisenberry SO, and Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. F. W, Pirlle are visiting their daughter, .Mrs. J, W. Tabor. Miss Ida Raglaud tcturucd home Friday, after a few days visit to relatives in Olaton. to Mr. R. L. Cannon happened quite a serious accident Wednesday while trying to distinguish which was the hardest his head or the wall ot It came M.S. Ragland'astere-hou-H- ?. near fracturing the poor fellows skull and he came out a sadder hut wiser man, his face full ot passion and subdued hope, Mr, Clyde Wedding went to Beaver Dam Sunday. The ball given by the R. S. Club, at Haley's Hall, Friday night, was enAmong tlnwe joyed by everyone. present, were: Misses Sallic and Lizzie Curley, Annie and Jessie Allen, Agnes Child-Leta and Ida Raglaud, Mrs. Clin. Belle Crowder, Talley, Florence Whittiughill and Esie Anient, of Chas. Talley, Horse Branch. Mes-r- s. L. P. Crowder, I. G. Raglaud, John Monroe.Tom Crowder,Charlie Childs, Clyde Wedding, J. D. Whittiughill, Lon Black, Gene Childs, Henry Wright and SalonitH Thompson, of Horton, John Daniel, of Owensboro, j Walker Myrtle, Horse Branch, Louis Daniel, Win. and James Coon, Olaton. i N. , I The inevitable has come to pas and death has taken away one more of The America's greatest statesmen. magic name of Hlaine will no more lesound in the IialN of our conventions to give hope to his follower.-o- r to spread dUmay among bis opponent". All honor to him Hlaine is dead. who was too noble tontoopto trickery to gain the good of an insatiable ambition. The American people mourn his lo-- s as that of a brother, and throughout the land may be beaid the words which show sorrow of all men of whatever party. He wiminmn whose genius maul d itself in all the relations of his varied life from the place of a school teacher in Kentucky to the head of the most important department of our geveriiuient.Hrilliant as a speaker and writer, (earless and sagacious as a po litical leader, profound as a diplomat, he will be lemcubered as the peer of any man of his time. His genius and bis patriotism lifted him to the highest in the estimation of the people iihomuchthat his death is felt to be a national calamity in which all He Americans join in lamenting. was the second Clay. fc.-tepo-iti- JAMES G. BLAINE. a Luln Miller 70, Corinuo Cox Griffin 7S, Florence White 7S, Edna Carson 77, Mabel Kimbley 77, II. Weinsheiuier77,Mary Klein 77, II. L. White 70, James Thomas 75, W. D.Moore 75, Mary Smith 7t, Ch.is. Waltrip 73, Harry Roberts 71, I.Hoartb 71, James Lyons 71, I). F. Roll 70, C. Field 00 Lula Mmiy OS, John W. Faith OS, Jessie Smith 05, Xaunio Young 03, Lidu Morton 00, Willie Collins 00, Ju. Sander-f- ur 00, Lena Carson 00, Jno. May 50, G. D. Westerfeld 50, Quia Wester-fie- ld 50, Jo. Hoartb 55, l.illio McGeo 55, Yiola Westerfield 52, J. T. Greer 52, Mabel Brown 50, II. Osborne 4 S, Wayne Griffin 40, A. O. YeiserP2,G. May 42 Jesse Bean 31, Roht. Mo Daniel 15, Leslie Johnson 15. 70,Ivl-n- Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That Contain denng Mercury, as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely dMrny the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces. SucV articles should never be used except on perscription- from reputable physicians, as the damage they do is ten defold to the good you can rive from them. Hall's Can nh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Chcn.y A Co., Toledo, Ohio, contains no mercury, ly of nil the various national noddies- - Scotch, Knglibb, Irish, Welsh. Ho ulvud has an appropriate Htnry with which to garHe related the fol nish his Hpcecb lowing oxiH'i'ii'tiro at a St. Patricks Day dinner Mflio years ago; 1 walked out of the Xew Yoik bo tel and up Broadway today. When I camo opposite the Old bmdon Street building n middle aged man accosted me. lie looked as if bo bad hcen better days. Ilis clothes wera very old fashioned and the top button of bis shiny coat answered for both necktie and scarfpin. In u Celtic accent be said; 'Mr. Depow, that building over there is a travchty on the old htrcete of lndon." 'Is Itr said 1. looking straight ahead und quickening tuy ijace. He quickened his pace, too, and ho kopt up with me. I couldn't get away f i oui him. 'They tried to represent tho ould Loudon streets,1' ho went on, "aud the places wheioSam Johnsou nnd Oliver Goldsmith and Edmund Burke and till them bye used to spind their toime. But they wero away oil. I know the btroetsof ould don and know nil about them byes, .foliUMHi nnd Ooldhmith nnd Burke. Ah, that was n great period in Brit-U-h history whin tliim byes lived' "You wero uot contemporaneous with them, I suppose." said I, glane ingut his clothes. "Ob. no, hut I know all about them. In that ould bunion street they wero icpnvcutcd ua being all the toime in tfie eommeiviul part of the city. Now that's all bosh. Goldsmith knew nothing about commerce. He could not even Fell his S im Johnson had own maniiscnpts. to sell them for him, and then he didn't know what to do with tho money after he had got it.'' This is St, Patrick's Day,1' I remarked. YK I know it is." sail my coin pnnion. "Fmgnl und Ohrdun wrote about St. Patrick. I say. Mr. Deinnv. Homer was not it Greek." "Wasn't bet" said 1. "No. sir. I have looked that up." "You iiuwt bo in the literaiy line yourself," I si id. "Oh. yes; I nm poet, and, if I do Kiy it myself, my poetry ha Uvu read on both sides of tho Atlantic." We had reached Pourtli avenue by tills time, having walked up Broad way to Kightb street, nnd through Eighth street I stopped to unit tor a Fourth aveuuocar, ami turning to the poet said "Well, my fncud, how much is it? What is tlds going to cost me?" Ho looked pained and said- "Well, I urn sorry you look ut the mutter iu such n commei end spirit. But us I have beeu out of work about two mouths, and there is no demand for fwetry just now. I think nlwmt fifty cents will do." "But this i.sSt, Patrick V." Ktid I. "I remember that, but don't drink anything but coffee." "Oh, well, if you don't drink anycents thing hut coll co twenty-fivwill do, and there it is." handed him a quarter und jumped on tho car, ami tho In I saw of him lie with Mniuling in tho time ppot looking after the car and woo the diniiei-- disease nulnful Many of tl.cin had what they called 'a rUhur under tho Jaw.' lids whs u bWulUiur of tho tiara told or Mil maxlhiry ifnnd. no inert with them, t..rtt..Ki. i,u n..i.i... iinii.. Hcert the tu1u nnd reduced tho i.well m;T rnnoM, muncuinieiv in cter.v cum:, they called it " Uolden ltolief Quick," a not ituippri prlato tmuu. Dr. Kmner met a jdnnter who info mcrt 1dm lnut lio would Moncr he without corn meal and biicoii on which hit colored hclu u idch ho Milnhteil. thnn (I olden lVlW-used to cuic their ho1ih, paliii, Mtmnn r nud lhix. This Keinedy cures any ailment which hi Inthminm-tloi- i Hiirt'pirtn hh Its base, funn n el ronlo hroiicldtta tiinpuhnouiiry consumption. o Inthuiunnthui oiinuuinnrnc i t i: of thU remedy than enri tho honey hectiti'ler tho fmncnof Mi'phur. no nwrllluir. no ynhu mi hronchlttai no consumption. One tWc in r certain euro tvt Un o narcotic.- or miner 1 poisons Urliipf. hi it. S'tife nnd eeitnln never Money refunded !eatfiictlon uot gircu. TuUo u bottla lirnu vrp ) SsI'Ynncr foil nd A when traveling - Mn flin smith. peovU are often !inltetoi1v as Dr. Statement of the Condition or nil. Dfifti! ... i unpTrnnn ol ? Their hw II flu wuro Im iinmiunu llnlnrs. .Inn. iiiii.y isirt. I 'nr.il ntnlimuted .li- l IfKSOriHKS . . . . . . mw..ui.ono oii Kurnilure und hV'irc. Hiiudiuiid ILuifc tock r !l,(HH.00 I.OuUMl I,MUm i IMiWiniaiit. (' h i.u hand , (Vh HiiiiL I7,'2SIU! MiMo ; . Sitis,;r).n MAIUMTIKS. pre-unc- o.pfuUnck Depo-itH snotniH).no table-hpootif- DiMdcutlNtinpnid One oilier K.mkc l)I.c unit iiud l!chaiiKI'tidividcd IVufiU 72,11,8.1 1J UJj J - IKt.fil I,H5.7;5 dNnp-point- A dixidend tili.OO per shaio now due and pauihliHiu deiniiud. 1 and tlio Cosmopolitan, a loading mai;a-zintor only S5JI.0I. The .. IC. Cok, ruiwii:xr. o, Tri h tli II .T. .. t t Tit .. . . ). . ...h..ll i in'r-i- I.IHitnhltM iit.t( ti ,!t ., t hrt For Hon law ollicc in ll.nttfoid. .,,,, apt . I , ply tt dijlin I, V d. Mcllenry. .I". II. If I'HM'. "- i I. .1. It i ctlli an I qMlckfrI t i mil itii til In It nwiatc.... It. I i". Hll MlllM . n, , ti . M till i.l lUhSlhl. I'li'l H'l Ol tho Condition of llio Bsover Duin DEPOSIT it thuCloso a nt" Kcal h I dHKrtJy4 December of LithiiiC-i- Ml ' H1.1G92. Ki:soriK'):s. nnd HilU &&rr'&p&M re . KKTNTt IVI'I1 't &- - U Furniture and I'i.Murc Cu-hii lluuu and in other Hank .......... llatc. ........'' T . A . I '&$&& Z ;;,i uo.ini l,:nt mi ..... ..'.i. ft;;,.;L7i SiVi.UWUMi FA ST j LINE 1 1 MAHILIT1IW Capital Stock . Uc,(rvc Surplus ruu.l OuJ other Hank .2iK. fit2.V).h 1 Ocpoii ; ! ...... ..... I.:mkm;i WrV me ::&4.SrSJ - 'TSMSdU H &jiTBPh r'Ci 8WJM.7! .Suhvrihcd and 4trorn to tl,!.ln..u.irv."-- l. IM. S,:,.v Ta..ok, I). C. Iu Hihtuittiiig UiiOJ!iDlJL;Il-m:A A D71T)T .' 'TJTTn DUO t ' ' ). i KJg 1 e lm tcallilv jrrnn that our each mouth -- iuco our ohmhi. and and h the nio"t careful, walchi'uho a trict nWrvanco ojthe ptit.iipli-- i f e the mot coneiatie Mankiuir. hope not nnlv to extend our aetiimint w.irihy ancct hut to pove our-el- e th? we he instate yogijj iiJJil . kJIJ Jili.j(J ' 1 Hf?!!sl'?ni?') MIN AUKK. A rT?!W Two or tbite days later, when tho i published, the man story bad railed upon Mr. Dcpew and borrowed five dollars on the pica that his acci dcutal encounter with the orator had upphed the Incident which saved Mr. Oeftow's speech. New York WoiM. Cilill irullnu Hmrt. IcelwKitmj: i n loruu port. but to go 'icmM with u novice at the tillor would bu tho maddest tiling a huuiuu heiuu' over could do My fnco soon grew accustomed to e are here ti accounii'Hitife we people, each and every luiriue, courtcyv l.all he extended to tlicin, palely he ?cil-lic- cd hut iu no wife tor friend-hi- p or to nhtaiu hu-im- .lou.v H.ISai:.vi( C'athiit. SiWML ATTB;Ti0iN Given to tho TrnvBllnjj WKKKI.N Palilic. roiirirrJniiinai IIKNUV WATTKIJSON, KH-or- . aud FIRST DISTINCTION. Ktta Thomas OS, Floyd Crafton Robert K. t.eo Simmorman OS, John H. Wood US, Ernest Tracy 07, John II. Harnes 07, Sophia Da vidson 07, Siddio Davidson 07, Lu0ft, Kobt. Nelson 00, la Johnson Wallace Stewart 00, M. P. Kimbley VO, Rachie Sanderfur 05, Silas Griffin 05, L. R. Harnett 05, J. R. McAfee 05. SECOND D1STINCTK) N. J, Haul Barnes 01, Sallio Quisenberry 01, ( J. B. Slack 03, Walter Martin 3, Cbas. Ellis 03, Carrie Woernor 03, Kiln Cox 03, Guy Stateler 02, Owen Williams 02, Klla Herring 01, Wilson Galloway 00, P. L. Berkshire 410, Mabel Hubbard 00. , OS, PAGANBOB. Hubert (i.Iugersoll delivered a loot-uron hlmkepeuro ut Maeauley's night, on Theatre, LouisvilIe,Tue-da- y W, Wed lies whieo the Louisville day evening contained the following quite approptiatc editorial comment: "The lecture of (Jol. It. (J. luger-soi- l la- -t night on Shakepeare was a brilliant ellort of a brilliant man, but in one or two instances Col. Ingcrsoll showed a very bad taste ami very bad manners. 'When it was published that this lecture would be on Shakepeare, the public had the right to expect this sub jeet wotdd be the sole subject to bo diseased. A gieat many people are unwilling to heai Col. lngcrsoll's ravTo put money ing again-- t religion, in his pocket they refuse to go and bear all that is sacred and holy de. nounced and ridiculed, and have heretofore kept away from the lectures Last of this distinguished orator. night tho subject was changed, and people who went supposing that the peculiarities of Col. Ingersoll would not be made at all prominent, "At one or two places in the lecture hit night tho speaker did not refrain from showing his peculiar viows and making himself very olleusivo to such of hi? audience as Jiold leltgious Col. Ingcrsoll has served opinions u A Reward ot500 of Rheu- Will be given for any case matism which cannot be cured by Dr. Remedy. Lightning DrummomPs The proprietors do not hide this offer, but print it in bold type on all their circulars, wrappers, printed matter, and the columns of newspapers everywhere. It will work wonders one bottle curing any ordinary case. If the druggist has not got it, ho will order it, or it will he sent to any on receipt of price.together with KINDERHOOK. Drum, 211 Health iu this communi- special instructions for use. Jan. niond Medicine Co., 48 50 Maiden ty is good, for Lane, New York, Agents wanted, Virgil Stevens will leave Daviess county where he contemplates working with his brother, I. T. StevIn Memory. Died January 21, 1803, Little en, during tho present crop year. Mrs. T. L. Haird mid two chrihlren Gracio Jones, daughter of Jacob and left for Caneyville Saturday, where Alice Jones. Wo feel and realize that feho will spend a short while visiting the angel of death has visited the friends and relatives at tiiat place. home and borne the spirit of little She will then go from there to Spring Grncie away on its pinions to the Weep not, Lick, Ky , and there be joined by home beyond the skies. her husband, T. L. Haird, who bus dear pareuts,God knows best. He took purcluised property at that place, and the little oue home before her snowy there they will make their future fleece was stained with earthly corhome. Wo regret losing Mr. Haird ruptions, but her bright little face and family from our midst, hut our that always met everybody with a loss is nn other neighborhood's gain. emilo will long be remembered by all S. C. Stevens, after closing n very who knew her, though angels havo ad-dr- ees of elements, though tho "capV knew now that ho had two dnnqor mad. veuturcfcomo hpirlts aboard, ho ho gnvo tho old Heiudoer her will, and she dashed, plunpetl. How, tho swift eat, vlldil tlunp that over chaacd BEDA. to make Jan. 31. Miss Lottie Tinsley is and dihtanced time, just "CnnuekVa holiday for two young relatives in Liverniore. visiting who Iovm1 nothing hotter than life John B. Foster went to Owensboro aud Inubfor. J2 Paulino Johnson in Outing last Sunday. The school at this place under the lol fid management of Prof. S. C. Stevens, It Is well to romembor that tho of Beaver Darn, closed last Friday. conservation of dissipation of ncrvoin He is one of Ohio comity's noted foix'e is partly within our own eon trol. There are certain persons, for young men aud has taught a good instance, who are voiitable parnsitoi school. We feel that he did all that upon tliolr friends, llioy como to was in his power to make the school a you ropontedly with tho same talo of success, and know that we could not physical sulTenni; or domestic trials, and make audi constant demands do better than to employ him again. upon your sympathy that you ox May success aud happiness ever atperienco a distinct seno of cxhaus tend him through the voyago of life, tiou und depression. Physician tcs tlfy to many ti ciuu of nervous is the wish of the writer. very catiMX Con duo to The boys, of in aud around Beda, gregutionulist. this amused themselves Saturday evening Ihu Vulrtt itf rrftnlmlfini, by turkey walking. A place was "Thing uovor does go right in this selected for tho turkey, each one had world." said tho pessimistic hired to be fifty yards away, turned around man. "Bobwiro fences didn't como then niaku his in until after leather pants had gono and blind-folde- d, The9 one that ' out o'htyle." Indtnnnjolfa .Journal. way fortho turkey. came the closest to the turkey got it. A lieu." Wcailli. Mr. Peter Shown was the lucky man, Tlmoity of Avi;mon, Franco, ban Mrs, Myra Shaver's and Mrs John inh'Tited almost fuutU0U f nines fiom Hudson's funerals were preached at a man unuud Maieelin, who had Shinkle Chapel Sunday, by Rev. W, liv d in tho placets a beggar for dec udes. In preparing his body for E. Cook. huriid tho bonds and monoy weio Among tho sick iu this neighborfound in hu clothes. Tho "beggar hood are, Arthur Leach, Shadrach allowed hi:i skter to starvo to death. Chicago Iliald. Greer and Lura Parks. Mrs. Millie Ralph, of Harnett's A Mil I'let for ttiu Iuiutn-uCreek, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Tho mikado's govennnent has como James Ashley, to tho conclusion that both tho C. M. Crowo passed through our btaturo and jihysiquoof tho Jnpaneso peojdouro unsatisfactory and iuneed village one day this week. A parliamentary of improvement. Miss Alborta Greer has out an arcommission appointed to investigate ticle for the Spring school hero. Miss tho causes of this lack of btamiua Greer is one ot Beda's belles aud wo lias, after prolonged investigation, uscribod it to tho vegetable diet o wish her success, which tho Japaneso havo hitherto Mr. Virgil Sanderfur, of No Creek, mainly confined themselves. Neither went to Owensboro yesterday. rico nor fish, it is alleged, possesses Sidney Boarth and family aro tho sustaining power ns articles of food posseted by meat. Tho commoving near Buford, mission has thereforo recommended Kyi:h. Bnow.v and tho government has approved tho report thnt a meat diet should BROWN'S IROS BITTERS bo substituted for tho rico, fish nnd UirtWndlgutlou, IMUouimom, r)Hrlft,MAl vegetables which now constitute th Debility. rMsl rift, Nerfouiutu. uiidiiciurnl principal ingredients of Japanes cUiu rwxmiincnil It. All dvfthrs bell It. Gcnulno cookery. Chicago Uorald. bes trade iuurk and wuc4 rvU Uuu m w rujicb pros-tmtio. taken internally , acting directly upon the blood and the mucous surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine, it is taken internally and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F, J. Cheney it Co, Testimonials free. Sold by Druggists, price Toe, per bottle. - m y m U wind, to the Muttering lempestH of unow, nnd soon I wan bUuutlUK alfjud with Hidph, "Hun u thnuiprli another drift, cap'u; nnotji er nnothort Head iw for the wind tho Htiri(?lnR Best Democratic Pajjor Pnii. f - - n sr "rzJPA ?r i andlefsgettliuttcrnlicMvoopnpnlur But our voices wero lost in tho roar HAS THE Uot condensed nnws I Jest stories, ISust iniscollany, Most Ilet women's page. children's department, llest answers to correspondents department, IWt editorials. It Also kcejis a lirst-Hiss- s dos awav a alunhlu pieiniiiin every ilay for the urreM elul received. H.unplo copies of 1 Ijierv and Weokh hu sent Courier-Joi- n nal will Feed Siahlc. where vou can have your free to any uddieie.. Write to CO., CO:TIMKI!-.l)rUNA- h l.ouisille, Ky. aud tin Till: KKIM'IIUCAN WKKKLV will lie COL'UIKIi-.lorUNA- I. sent one year to any addiess Address Tho IfKlTIS-I.ICAX, Horses SVd, and ci (he best of ris day or nihl. Leave your orders willi orI.To. llarlfoid, Ky. i SIAIlir iir'i ut !luniilii lij iidiuliilsli'i'liiu: Hr, lltiliu'' w.mi.si. or tin riui;n 'l4'ii! h 1111 i.oi is Lsiisiills, WliniiPl.i: ,(iutHvilI & BM. v ill i Mpf uly riir', III lit I'M lll'ult ( lUti'illHlLci'nrilll Uli'iili Hit i k. iiiiI in It hi" U'Mi xit it hi u lliiiiaii) 1'iii-jurl it euro Iiim follow td Itiuvcr all". Tin Mhtt'iu onrn iiMhrt'miitfil ulli lln "pwllV, It Imimmim "im ntUT miiMidiillt) fur ()) U Ciuih KtiiriitciMi, ic ll'iiorii' tit" to m'i' lx..U (l( iurlinililrit', A'l lri'N4 tlfOOl,K a ciiti m''ht nti'l hiilitiif intr niupiiMTt nrlt'ii, r hi 1)mm, uiiinit Uif kinndcdf if iliu pitlt'iit. II h ''luil li.iruil(', itittl ill iiififi It i.mlx uitfii l.nldrii Srclllt. u,i,t:,M. i.oi is St, ir.v. it.it ailvay. IMU, Lui: I an Nn. Al, wlitlr IN IIIKKiT Nov. I, n, in i)iaoii t'' ,, V1TUo1Nj'. lUkllNiint bntiitlHiiMiry..,! Irrltitftrin Nti,t.t( ImII), 7:11 tf;17 U.I )iull. Cuts CNSl'UrH'IO imtti, llliio, 1X1 It Wi; Sintt l.heiiKirt UnwrjMirl lUttHMtllf Ciih-i- ownliii tO 5250.00 iVrKm't MorKi'i'i'i'lur 'ii iriftiri'ihvlitM'itii lumi-l- i ulii'iM- uil ii Un h Slum ihoiih ut wln' tlint' to tliu lni"Mii'-- -, l nl". Aft u ihiih in nity U KtititUy 'in! mtouiiMiit'h-ltliIt, r..!OIISO.N A CO 'ji'.tluiii'l Miiln (., Hli'hiiiouil, Vh, m Uiiri 53.00 r. lliNl'iMii I.. Il ml) MiH-lllh' KwrnoiiMi, ron a. Il.irri", J" lli ( l (Mm. '".n .l'A)i'ori HiUMvtl!.' HARRIS. & REED, HAUIltiRS. Opposite Buler and nearUloverport Ky. Hotel, Ulovor-)ortHappj and content Is a homo ith "1 h a lamp with tho light of tho morning. CataJofiues.write Kochcstcr Lamp Co.,Kew York. t'l"i rioit Mppl,iuwil irvinioii ltnni.lt nUux Ir. Wi l Point I.omimIIIo a. m. HW . rn. u, m, J7Mii. !".! .t.ni. iiat 1, in, mil n.m. uHk hi. 11:11 n, in, lu.0., in, Iliar.n. in. 1";iUMn, I J; in p. ni. Ittll n. in, lml, in, f, p nt, l;ft" p. IJ"J'in.ni, Nt.. 6.', No..'il, ihniy inii), 715 a. in. .1; . m, 7t'l7u. Mi,. .'t'.t7 . in, MV7it. in. 4ri. i. in, I'lr.n. in, t,0'tK in U.nia.in. i,m 'i,i it u, mi, rM p. in, Ail'i p. in, 1'tvtia. in, II. lUa. in, T.f'ip.iu, ll.iri p, in, 7;ll p.m. li lift p. m, h.io p. in, i.ihi p. m, ;i,ni p, tMi HIM, in, 7i)p. pi, ('. in, TkhIiim Nh. A iimi .No, r2 ltnl.n ooniim'tloii HT Iiliu(in(Sntv1ii iMpiM)Mi,i!Mi(a LniiU. U'i itrii It. It., ml himI tllli, llnrllni-Uirhci ln.uixl. rnrlniilirr iu(firiiuiifiMlfttMr"M t' nt II. C, MOllliUi:,Otn, hi'r.11. i,'HilviIU'( Uy, TSrxxjjt nrniTnTinTrwjgigiiwnii mvwv ,mui (Villon Pace, tho Imrticr. Krc-ii- .ijuiijirai Xi3&zafiuujagy,ggaiaiuqnMn mai&MTit)T'iTmiZm3ttxtt&3srrrzrril yrrvriitMTTt PERSONAL w 3v o ..,- outfit; riililMKiwit tit? Kcl Kionti I'ai'o will Call on C. K. Martin to have your watch, clock and jewelry repaired. He 14 the best in tho State. o-1 II. sdmvo. jivo yon a good wlioti Put Out His Tongue. darkies wore tolliniv their experience, as owners of I'ticiiisr establishments. Thev outdid each other in wonders. At last one oi (hem described how in a certain race, his horse and another came in neck and neck, head to head and nose to nose, yet his horse won the race. "Dili's not possible," disputed Two his rival in tall stories. "Yes it is," said the owner of the tnpattho Coiiunoicial town. (!o to Mny A: Srttunlnv iiiiil Moudav wo wilt mvn " heavy cotton, boM lit 7 le. fori. ymi in rJont ICulin's Clothing IIoue C. It. Martin is prepared to do all kindd of watcli repairing on the short- l ofliec r BE'AVER 1 '"" Toll, McHenry, called at our Wednesday, m ut.i "wn incut a lew day uisi tiui'iv DAM HIGH SCHOOL hiumuh U. for your baiter, Mis3 Laura Hellwood, was in tho city last week. Cropper, Teachers' Practical Institute. SPRING SESSION OPENS JAN. 3193. est notice for tho Icat money. Oall on 0. L. Field if yon need any hauling. If yon want frch mackerel, llm ICcmI Front. go to The Haitfoid IIoiipc is now open. When you come to court Monday be sure and got your dinner theic. I!(tl Kiont grocery line. in now complete in the Sr Just received 20 pieces of new caU icoei the best printed on flno brown cotton at Kahn's Clothing Houe. There is at least one new thing under tho sun and that is .Stevens it Collins new grocery, where you can get the beit of groceries for the least money. I will not buy elsewhere when I can get goods cheaper at JJaird it Ashley's fctore. They will give mo the liihct price for my egs and Money nivcm! by going lo Jhiid AhlayV giocory, Fiwh locad eoiMntitly on band at Stevens & Collin, Ap2lcbiittt'r and Cornell!, 'Joe, lioc, KuIiiiVj ; iniiiuo tnrat for atilo by HteveiiH A: (JolliiH. I0, beat out, at I k 8 Clothing Iluiieu. wonderful animal, "my horse put out his tongue." dEc&iiA93i rii AiLfeJ Band Plavec "Another "ood man ione Now we are in a per wrong". petual trade race with our com We race them in petitors. Styles, in Variety and in Quality, but our horses always win, because they are Best Goods, Low Prices and Satisfaction. '1 s WANTED. Kcathets, Etc. Yours Krrs.' JU jj keep canned goods of butter. Givotbcma call. Don't forget that May it Co. keep Applet, orange, bananas and all Ml ft tVlf t 1ti.it mnrit tr Itrt liml null. wbcrcanduill sell same as cheap as kinds of ft i: it at tho Red Front, it can be sold. Uar-imItoisv. To tin u if oof Logan on .Ian. -- oth, a ten pota'd gill. The B. E. C. Society at the College The only place iojtown wlicre you is booming. The young ladies report This Society a membership of 28. on a get kraut U at .Steven- it Collin?, is coinpo-e- d of the young ladies of Williaiiv, IIi'II it Co. have a new school and town and is an intelligent lino of wall paper. Come and tec it. body. For all kimN of canned fruits, can Pikey Barnes was tried Wednesday dies, etc., call on Stevens it Collin, for breach of peace committed on tho Ilomember tltat C. L. Fiobl keep day of tho killing of Hod Barnes and the bet ol rig for hire day or night. his fine placed at S7.1. It is the gen'file very best lunch to ho had in eral opinion that Pikey and Boyd Hartford, you can get at Steven, it B.irne were the instigators ot the trouble and that, but for them Collin,?. the unfortunate allair never would Don't fail to topuith 15ean Hro., have occurred. pioprietor. of the Commercial, when S.itordnv find Mnmhiv un nil! coll in town, m 7 urn 1..1 1.I.i,ip1ip.1 , W.,.l J,, anU rfhe Coiiiuieicial - the place to get J at 10c. Bemember no tickets with a meal. Bean Bro. arc the iiniu this sale, nor silverwaie given away proprietors. in this sale at Iahns Clothing House, Monday wilt givu you an all Linen Plcacjcall eariy, as I have no one towel for l.")c, rold at iWc at ICuhns helping me, and please stay at the Clothing I Inline. stole and bring your cash. Xo tickets Don't forget that Carbon it Co. with thu sale at Kahn's Clothing House. will ellyou --M pound of the but X. O. Sumir for 1(1.00 Ohio county is always pleased to Mny it Co. all kind-i- . ril Luke F. Comhct left Monday for Bartow, Florida, on a business trip. Samuel O. Wallace, JJcda, was a pleasant caller at our office Monday. J. II. Johnson, of Tristlcr, spent Sunday night with bis uncle. G. C. TUITION FOR TERM OF TEN WEEKS. Wcatcrfleld. In Primary Department Messrs. W. H. Moore, James and 83.73 C, 15. Sullcngcr left for Kvansvillo In Intermediate Department 5.00 yesterday. In High School Department , . . . 0.2,") Miss Minnie Baird, of Kindcrhook, In Collegiate Department 7,fj0 was tho guest of her brother, Hardin Baird, Saturday. Board in private families from 2.00 to $2.23 per week. Mr. and Mrs W.T.Tilfoid, Cromwell, went to Louisville Sunday, We have Courses of Study to suit all and very decidedly guarantee satreturning Tuesday. W. II. Porter, of the firm or Esk-rid- go isfaction to all earnest students. Send lor circulars for further information, it Porter, Caueyvillc, went to E. K. RAY, President; DORA E. GIBSON, Vice Pros. Louisville Tuesday. Miss Adah Baird, who has been teaching at Oxford, Miss., returned homo last Thursday. Attomcv II, P. Taylor went to Louisvillc'Tuesd av on leiral business. returning yesterday morning. Ladtc F. Mocker, Curdsville, spent a few days last week visiting friends and relatives in Kinderhook. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Montague, of Cromwell, are visiting at Mr. C. T. Sutton's. Owcnsboro Messenger. Miss Viola Westcrficld returned homo Tuesday nftcrau extended visit to her grandmother, near Cromwell. Miss Dora E. Gibson, of Beaver Dam High School, Vice-Preside- nt spent Sunday and Monday at home. Miss Oma Smith, after closing n very successful school at Dist. Xo.12, returned to her home at Owcnsboro last week. WELL! WELL! Wlio ! V.-..- W Guy Statelcr, who attended school here the last five months, has gone to Deland, Florida, where he will make his future home. Miss Tula Pentleton went to Louisville Tuesday. She visits the family of Col. I. B. Xall and will remain in the city a week or more. -- Clyde Wedding, Rosine, spent Sun day and Monday in the city the cueet ot Owen Williams. lie matriculated in Beaver Dam High School Tuesday. W. A. Gibson speit last week in Louisville, returning Saturday. He has taken a position with the Commercial Trust Company, of that city, as traveling solicitor. The following named young ladies and gentlemen attended the entertainment at Beaver Dam Friday night: Mhses Katie Coombs, Eva Pirtlc ami Ilattio Galloway; Messrs. O. M. Shultz, Robert Nelson and R. Foster. The youug people report an exceedingly; pleasant trip. Improved Chilled Plows, The very Best Plow made. Also Agent for McCormick Mowing Machines and Hayrakes, Olds Wagons. All of which are the best. would have thought it? Thought what? That DANE. TRACY lias the AGENCY for the ACME HARROW, the hest on earth, for OHIO and BUTLER Counties. He also has the Hartford Temple of Fashion Monday wo will sell you 5 I table oilcloth lor 170, sold at JJOe, at (Culm's Clothing IIoue, FAIR BROS. I & CO., i it t Proprietors, ihn mr " iv" T"ir fTTTrrra f aiMBTTawnifwitn m rrr-nr- rr nr TiwutjsrrsrKmrrTnyMffggu welcome tho coming of good citizen, and it is with pleas.uri) our learn that Mr. Herbert people Brewer, recently of LeitchfieUt, and Dr. Woodwards uurHiig comets, go a ery popular traveling salesman, for $1.00 cah only buys at this sale has come as a permanent resident. at Kahn's Clothing Hoti-e- . He locates at Beaver Dam, and with Monday will give you the beet his estimable- wifo and two bright lean pant- - for Vets we sold for fl.'Jo little one has taken rooms at tho Austin House for the present. at Knhn'i Clnthing House. ggjgaatsciHjmz cue him. You will do well to call on Res'y, DAN F. TRACY, HARTFORD, KY. A NDERSON'S Yc still have loads of s BAZAAR CLOSING OUT. on hand Mini inusl he sold out regardless of cost within the next 30 days in order to close out our entire stock, and we invile yon lo come and see us, and you can gel goods far cheaper than you ever did in life before. We mean just what we say and will sell you double (he amount of goods for the same money that any house in town can offer you. Why? Because we MUST close out our stock at once. We lune a, good line of Dry Goods, Shoes, Notions, Cloaks, &c, and you can't afford to miss such bargains. ffiBM3 Toenail License. MitMUtiflli NllOU, Tlio-- t vl liKi mk n 'SS5SH romrfefcw smU SM p'lN.t tne SffiSs j&p p taAU.9rst c la&k 'wurwmi wm riniii ,iM.tuafcrTi ,tm., i Jt.wxx "iriiiin fin in ui. I. le.iutfiil hiiriiius MtOU, To Cnrxin litH'iiu Tlum iiiriiiit ton. fur ilieir nioiu"tliy vi;i;hi: II. (ns aluajso can jjol mure Tlio Fiwt rhynu inor mm'ihhI otM) wo aro unalilo lo proi't'O'l wilh for tv wo waou: stunk for custo- - Ih'i'jiumi aro iiml secniiiU Iiolmmso aro so tliiuk that our txMMijoo.l tiiuo is to iiitiri'ly in iitttiuliiir tlioir wauls. If you Imppun to nuuil a now pair tf slioos, do not lot tlio tlistppoiiitniont whifli tlio alisi'i'tieo of lilt) tWO Wllsus iriwH you, pUHOIlt vu fro ii ooiuiiijr ti our Moru to M'iMiri) tllOIII. Go. Carson cfcHonor Honor to Whom Duo. is : jfmtjonl JetuthL Dr. W. Popo Voamaii, of Colum-lii- .i, Mo.t in a U'cont letter loins old friend ami preceptor iu Theology, Dr. clones Coleman, our with tho following complimentary refeicnce: "I gieatly rejoice in tho fact that tho Lunl had mi abundantly honored your long ami telt'f-ae-i dicing and arduous luliord in thodreen river country. Vou havo turned many thotiH-am- U to righteouMHN-- and tho yiotuisc tohiuoaA a star in tho firmament H Vuu have done imiro in that yourri. region ot Kentucky for tho cauo of civilization, morality and ehrUtiunty tliiiu any other man that over lived, moro than all tho enuru and penal lawn of tho realm, and should ho held and honored and supported as a of your race. 1 thank (Jod from my heart that Uo has so ably blced you, ami I pray (iod that many tnoio years of abundant labors ami rich harvebt may bo awarded you," It will bo remembered that Dr. Ycaman was a prominent young law yerat Calhoon, KyM when ho was converted under tho miuistiy of Dr. Colo .mi and by him was received Into-thchurch, baptized and ordained to the ministry, and that now hois justly regai ded by his denomination iellow-town&ui- an, ben-ctat'- tor e 87.1 Hymn, Xo, Opening "I Love to Toll the Story.1' be teen in Prater by 15ev. J. M. Lawson. Olliccrs and teachers present, 1 1; townt-m- au what esteem oui distinguished ah?eut, 1. is held abroad. A new roll was made out and A. D. White has puiehused D, H. chows that 85 members wcro present. Iieau'ri grocery Htoro on Mill Street Ca-- h on hand lat Sabbath, 817.72; Mr. collections, l)2c; total, 818.(51. and has taken charge of White is u good biiMiioss man and wo Mr. It. L. Power is a new student pi edict for him Miuch micccm in the in Prof. Lytlo's cla-- s. Mis. i5, D. grocery business, Kiugo is a new student in school. Our school has recently increased Vou will QllV good treatment in iuteicst and it is hoped it may con Untie thus. O.H.Wiu.iams, Spt. and your hore a PTLL fee I I JWKmm t" r lticiiAKii Form:, Sec. and eunyiuu WU1IX he needs it Ooposito City Scales. .B. RIVER, Manager. mid not m TN i hnrrv to leavo Oo to Stevens it Collins for fruit "We lo work ns clieap ns anybody, quality considered. Repairing and tho good old TOWN till fcomo i Give us a call. BUGGIES FROM $35 UP. Fresli oysters ami celery at Stevens opaiiitinjj dono promptly. time in NKXT year it you & Collins. have him fed MONDAY at our ('Asi;mi:u it UruiON. Ptable. loyd Panics was tried yesterday for hic.ico of peace and the jury hung UarniMl Ibo-- it Co., tho enterprisThe cato against VA Taylor for tho of Caueying and popular moichnnt-liko oilome, on motion of tho Coin , mjrr ldljO mW villc, who lust their largo Iuhmi ami monueatlh, was dismissed. fctock by fire a few weeks ago, ate -- ANDbuilding a new house 10x110 Jeet,ono Report of Disti'iot No. 8. This will be, The following is tho monthly reand onodmlf ntoriw. TKAINS I.RWK 11KVVKII DAM. Dealer in Horses, Buggies, Carriages, Road Carts, Owcnsboro Wagons TKA1.NS fiOINO WEST. when completed, one ol the largit port ending .Ian. '21 1: Oma Pean No, !it Mail and Rxprce 13.10 r, m. JSSaddlo or Harness Horses for sale or hiro at all times.-- n biHincss hoiifics in Oraytoii county. 100, Lola Stovens 100, Mnllio M1I;30p, u, No. 7, 1.Inif to.l KxpreKH TBMNS OOINO KAST. Tho firm expects to ho leady lo move Sloxous MK), Josio Black 100, Liio No. fl, Mull und Kxpretm l:Up, m. U Sloous by April into their new pmilu 100, Mollio Tatum 100, No. , Minlteil i:zireHn - 3.42 a. m John Pcan 100, Pearl Daniel 100, Tho last five months of Heaver Kmmlo Ulaek 100, Clayton Wallace HLl FRIDAY, FKBKUAKY 3( 1893. Dam High School and Teachers' Prac- 08, Coloiuan Tatum 00, Nancy Stuv-oii- H Is it possible a Top Uuggy Uh d Dash Rail, Seat Rail. Handles. tical Institute opened Tuesday with ..HU u.iua uuu ;imii A1J9,IU( ilU JMItC I 00, lloriuau Plack 00, Martin .Many new very flattering proppctr'. To work rMit at homo. For Sale, Tatum 07, Klvis Stovous OS, Kd pupils havo matticulated and a good Hlack OS, Kdmoml Aiibtiu 00, .las, Two marcs and colts. Terms most Tlio two excellent school is assured, reasonable Call on or address, Z. Daniol OH, Willie Dauiol SO, Willio teachers, Prof. K. K. Hay and Miss Way no Griilin & Bro. Hartford, h SO, CormLhmmmV9mmmmmmWl4Li PoswollSO, IJertha Tatum X O 2 C O X A Dora K. (libson, ably hcconded by lH.Tir H i delia Austin 70, John Daniel 00, A"- E a mi their piogreivo Iloaid of Tutstees Old Doctor Drummond, Viola Itoddish 00, Christoim Austin ami public spirited citizens will build SO, Xtdma Dauiol SO, Maio Dan-i- ol l) Kuril Mouoy Without any Uhk After years of patient study and ex nfcho'd heio that will be tho prido of periment lias given to the world a 05, Krinio Wallaco T0, Polio XT or Kjion&o. tho town. Let tho good woik go on. preparation which is an absolute cure PattonOO, Froddio Pattou 10, Mill-n- io form of Rheumatism. Ask lor every Uichardson SO, ltassio Uichartl-ards- on MisMaggio .Stevens clo.-e- tl one of your druggist for it, and do not tale tfij 10. tho mo-- t eucccsful schools in tho Writo at onco for particulars to anything else, for nothing else is as Write for our Ncwr 80 page Catalogue of all kinds of Vehicles. .uaiicG, Stj:vi:ns, Teacher. county at Uicketi's, Xo. 8 on Tueat good. If your druggist bas uot got - - day, Tho evening was -- pent in vaSOUTHERN BUGGY OO. S. & CO, it, writo to tho Drummond Medicino 1 CINCINNATI, rious bdiool exercises which wcro eii" OHIO, U. S. A. Co., 4850 Maiden Laao, New York, of friends joyed by tho large number llurtford, Conn. and they will send you full particuand patrons present. MNaMaggio is ono lars and testimonials of wonderful IS evof our best young teachers and her pa Triiil. Why suffer from the tad rUtctH nfilio UHrlpiu1. Umo Hick, KMury and cures, together with special iustrucf.lvordiNfttitp, Uli.'unmtUin, Inlitftiloii lKpUt nny kind o cukinii, or otitr trons aro earnest in their praio of tions. Agents wanted. $3,-0- 0 iirnin', viim'ii iitiri.iijf win ciirn j on nun Krijt jou m ni'iiiin (iietiiucite rdiPtfU HiiiwiVd tomiv onJT.'iunul.fu't. her excellent work. Tho new bchool DR. J U D D 'S ELECTRIC B E LT TribI'rK'Cfi. 31. fti.SIO. Hilil 81V if HllUti'.l. ami ilnx lhn...i.. Almi VAtt irln TniHnr house while not yet complete has been Xeuralaic Ftruona oxt notliliitf to Irv Hie iii, fintiffuliitiNltoviiU,AUiKiiir nli loll (or jrar-- . A lU'H uj jlndthoie troubled with ncrvoiuness reiultlnf uttvry coniblnnii ami produces auftW'nt KUilrivliy lo iwk. Kice MfdicAluihicp. Wnu 0116'' greatly improved so that a Ii it lo moio v waist inesjiiirr, prkvundlull pnrtlculnr, Iruiuuireorovcruorkulllbo r(.lluV(NlbtalclDg "' v Addrom 1I(. J1'II( Detroit ICiiIh Wmiteil. Hrown'H Iron Hitters, Geauia work ami expense will mako it ono of croaw; J rvd Unci on wrupper. tiu trmlu mark and the best houses in tho county. of th? Miit wet of the ate permitted topubli-- h ing oxtract that it may Methodist Sunday School. We A1VD MF1 I, f ilA forego- - - pvery liable, BUMS, vehicles; carts. p" I N.N. &M.V.R.R. raai i JbWANTED'T $37.50 SOUTHERN QUEEN $37.50 Silver-phtc- Orail HKr v A THE HIIBmHIHI s A y Vv A y JSC sj srt m mm Our choice Fancy rand, good for The Hkpuhlican ery day use, only per barrel. Call and New York year for it at the Hartford une both for only $1.25. Water Mills. t: I SCSITfliI 'FREE K1JUU j"jaga3Nauuai.uJuui Hartford Republican FRIDAY, FEBKUAKY 27, octoDcn Woods. 1803. The frost chrMnat tram, And the nuts fait lilly, l w omul three; ThoMiuIrtclclintttTc, tlic pfirttlaipiihlr And tho rul capped woodped" bores hi tree. Oh lightly nnd lightly tho hlrch leaves tloat, Hko golden butterflies looked In aprlngi And bright ns tho anil of it fairy boat Tbo walnut leaves tnko ulnp. m opened (!io Now come, now come; far down tho lino Tho nters beckon, tho robins call! Tho shrunken brook grew s broad again And vaH In n laughing waterfall. Mo and 0cr tho fitho path mcr tho bridge, cows stray. hero tho mrak Adovn t Hy glen and hollow and w In ly ridge. Let us follow 1 iu woodland way. Seclhow thonmnrloiwtlothof cold A Trlan tapestry ucnen flno Wide ns o wander Is still unrolled, Itmtllng under our feet nnd mlnel Tho breath of tho w oodlnnd Is Joy to breathe Tho mhitfli'd odom if loaf and (loner. And clustering fruit nhcro tho wild vines Tho oak (no's nreatho moy tower. Softly Into tho Istaed wood Through painted windows tho sunbeams smllc; Tho hushed winds nail; In pensive mood Down many n solemn gothlc nUlo. Tho golden riouda hang low In air. Wrapped In tin Lr folds the Into sun rests. And tho tall trees Mand as If In prner With tbilrlxardsupon their breasts. Ida Whipple Ilcnhaui lu Youth's Companion. Ho Met Mrs. King. A gontlemnn who remembers tho King in Bath, family of tells a story which illustrates tho folly of judging from appearances. A gentleman, a Ptranger in Bath, called at tho house and inquired for Governor King. Mrs. King, who answered tho knock at tho door, was in tho midst of her morning's work and did not pre&eut n very prepossessing appearance. Tho governor was not in, and tho gentleman asked if ho could pco Mrs. King, "I am Mrs. King." If tho caller had charged hcriiiFo many words with telling a falsehood he could not havo told her more plainly that ho did not believo her. With a smilo and a pleasant word about tho weather ho turned about and went down town. Thero ho found Governor King, who invited him to dinner. Ho accepted. Tho condition of his mind when tho governor introduced him to Mrs. King can bo better imagined than described. Portland Express. TtMir .'Mm Iltlt. Few geographies mention tho district in tho south known as tho "Poor Man's Belt.1' It is a tract of I country generally very sandy and producing littlo timber savo tho long loafed pine. It begins not far south of Richmond, and extends along tho Atlantic and gulf coasts Into Texas. Its length is not far from 1,800 miles, while it is from 50 to ISO miles in width. Tho soil is poor, but tho forests produco not only lumber in abundance, but also largo quantities of pitch, tar and turpentino. It got a bad namo during slavery days bo causo no cotton was raised in it, but since tho houth is beginning to look elsewhero than to tllo cotton field for its wealth, tho "Poor Man's Belt" promises to becomo ono of tho richest parts of tho southern states. St. Louis Globe-Democra- t. Thu Grain of Ciuiitllc. Over twoscoro years havo passed pinco tho woman who was tho original of Camillo died. Sho sleeps in tho cemetery of Peio la Chaise. As is well known, it is tho custom in Franco for all per&ons who havo lost n relativo or friend to go on tho anniversary called "Tho Day of tho Dead" to decorate tho graves of tho departed with tlowers. Every year on that day an unknown hand on tho tomb of Maiio Duplessis a superb wreath of whito camelias. It is generally conjectured that tho author of this touching act of horn-ag- o is Alexandre Dumas. Ladies' Homo Journal. ts Junglo llu Co ii 1.1 Control IIU Heart Heats. Dr. E. A. Uroux, surgeon of tho Twenty-eightNewYoik regiment, who died in 1S78, was during his lifo the most wonderful living human malformatiou. Tho Burgeons regard ed him with social interest because, having been born without a sternum tho sternum is tho flat bono in tho middle of tho breast ho could conChronicle. trol or suppress all tho pulsations of tho heart. Tho post mortem examIt is related of tho lato Thomas ination showed a deficiency of breast Adolphus Trollopo that ho said with bono and a congenital fissure of the tho simplicity which always charac- sternum, forked in shnpo, running terized him: "My English novels I up between tho second and third ribs cannot recommend. I know very to tho left of tho median line. littlo practically of English life, but Before his death thero was a all that I havo written of Italy and among tho faculty whether tho Italians is worth reading." outward indications of pulsation were Don't forget that tho patient littlo caused by tho aorta or right ventriwoman you call your wifo Avas once cle. Tho examination proved conyour bweetheart. A caress now and clusively that they were caused by tho right ventricle. Tlyro is said to then or n tender word costs so littlo bo only ouo and means so much to tho woman of malformation other caso of similar known nud reported your choice. in tho medical books that of a Mr. Signal's Lily Flag, a Jersey cow Thompson, of Englnud, who, byway belonging to General Moore, of limits-ville- , of diversion, often stopped his heart Ala., has tho greatest butter from beating for a full two minutes I St. Louis Republic. recoid of uuy cow uow living 1,IM) pounds in tour days less than a year. Dangerous VutY Adders. Dogs becomo frequent victims tc Tho coloied janitor of a Sedalia (Mo.) public school manages bybtriut snakes in South Africa through their economy to savo forty dollars every keen seuso of smell nnd their determouth out of his monthly stipend of mination to investigate. Ouo splendid largo dog and two fox terriers iorty-twdollurs, so it is said. h g (lis-put- o o In southern Africa a fiamo flickering up in tho sun scorched thorn jungles often spreads with tho rapidity of a prairio fire, and tho traveler Brehm gives a graphic description of tho resulting stampedo of wild animals nntelqpes, leopards, baboons, jackals and hyenas all dash-inoff at top speed, with a mob of short legged creatures making frantic efforts to keep their start of tho devouring element. San Francisco lilts In South Africa. FORDSVILLE. used by their fair owners ns hat or Jan.25. I understand that "green hairpins. Tho best judges in these matters doubt whether earrings as horn" made a eerious mistake in his such will over becomo popular again, Inst report by not considering tho and it is very unusual for young changes brought about by leap year. women nowadays to havo their ears He conjectured a littlo too for a head. pierced at all. St. Louis Leap year come too soon, and tho result was, ho was hung m effigy by a iTndeslrablo lied fellow. An It is a wonderful remedy, which is alike benefiA very remarkablo circumstance young man and his beat girl. So it's cial to you and your children. Such is Scotfs Emulsiou. occurrc 1 at Port Elizabeth, where a not likely that we will hear from him puff adder was actually in tho bed of of Pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil and Hypophos-phite- s a sleeping lady. That it did not bite again soon. of Lime and Soda. It checks wasting in the December brought an unusual numher can only bo accounted for by tho fact that it could not do so. It was ber of weddings nud strange to say I children and produces sound, healthy flesh. It keeps under tho bedclothes and had no havo not heard of a single supper this them from taking cold and it will do the same for you spaco for action. Tho lady had a pet cat who was allowed to sleep in her year. Beott'i Emulsion cnrei Coughs, 1 highlyappreciate the bravery of room. Ono night when too much OoUi, Cunraption, Scrofula and asleep to arouse herself sho was yet tho young ladies who found courage mil AanomU nA Wmtintf DUeat ci. conscious of something lying on her enough to pop the question. Doubt Px97oatTTnstinyin children. chest, but supposing it was only her less Get only many moie timid than thcy,bitter Ka Caula. Treprrtd bj Bcntt t cat sho did not bestir and arouso herBownetChtmbU, ?w lot:. Bold ly self, but fell off again into deep ly regret that they let such a golden oil DniffiUU. opportunity pass unimproved, but slumber. In tho morning sho saw puss asleep there is ono consolation dear girl, for on a chair where sho had settled herwho have mated will wish they self tho previous night, and a puff niaov was in her bed. Happily these had waited until MDCUCXXXXVI. adder great deadly serpents are not aggress- or later still. ive, and do not attack unless proWe have been taking weather voked. Tho sleeping lady was also straight for some time and so strong BETTER KNOWN AS THE unaggressive, which fact, added to that pleasant weather would be dis Intho cramped up position of tho truder, insured her life Capo Town last fill. Letter. Born, to the enterprise of Fords-vill- e, about the breaking up ot the WMtti.Tut riu). In oiio of his letters to Elizabeth cold spell of woathcr, a stave factory, Newly Farnishsd. Rates $1-0- 0 per day. - frlsals 25c. Stuart Phelps, as given in tho Cen- for tho manufacture of slack barrel Ky. side Freilcricn, between Mnin and the Itivcr, Owcn-borEnst tury, tho late poet Whittier says: a pity it is that wo cannot staves. The managers are, J. M. John-bo- n JlfllS. GJUS. KOBY.MltS.C. K WILLING U 'AM, Props. What and Willinm Lyons. shut down tho gato and let tho weary wheels rest awhilol For myself, 1 The entertainment given at tho havo to work hard to bo idlo; I have school-housIII1C IkMT1A Friday nnd Saturday to make it a mattor of duty to ignore l'c llrimnM i Iruti Ittttfr. t i it. riivsti n duty, and amuso myself with simple oenings, were enjoyed by a hrgc GCC1II..9 htl'p lflOI(- All J'RlO I stories, play with dogs and cattle, number of people. WutrmUlW'kuiiJiie uo.lurntrr and talk nonsense ns if I were not a Prof. L. M. Render will conduct o 'r-KOKTIIK EQuaker. Dr. Bowditeh says that a a Spring school K this place. man of acjivo brain ought to make a ' tM-rWoikodthc O. A F. R. R. is i v. ns? in. fool of himself occasionally and unbend at all hazards to his dignity. progrewingvery slow this cold HeathBut to some of us life is too serious, en it is not likely that the road will he and its responsibilities too awful, foi completed before the first of May, such a remedy. Tho unsolved rays The idea is entertained by men who tery presses hard upon us. prefers to Know, that ihcL. Jl.fc Thu Wt ut her and Men's Spirits. r.ill be extended further West, in the There is a rich field of study foi .. r . Spring. l mill UAVa5rtfy some ono in tho investigation of the W. R. Smith killed a hog lately, inllueuco of tho weather upon the feelings of people. A crowd on a that weighed olOlhs, net. Who can bright, clear day is always a buoyant beat that? KOIJSVILLE and KEMPHIS, and merry ono. Everybody is an opIt seems that on last Saturday a timist. Tho mental conditions are WITH practically tho sumo in a heavy piominent farmer, living not far from PULLMAN BUFFET Sleeping Cars storm, bo it rain or snow, but when here, while under the influence of it is half between rain and fair alcohol, was to his serious detriment, weather, when it is dull and damp induced to play a game of cards for a f.nUiILM:.llKMI,IllS,l,KSll it and muggy, every person ono meets -- FOR THE iivto.n Roii:.mifi m:v ouriM.N r. PKICE- Steps seems to bo a follower of Schopen- considerable sum of money. should be tnkeu ff stop such lawless hauer. Boston Journal. The Quick and Desirable Route nes, which is indulged in to a considA ricasnnt Shuc TO AND TOM erable extent. Customer What makes your hand Now York riillru'elphiiill'iltlinorti J. II. Sutton, who has bceu very jerk so with that razor? Ui.lilimton NorTolk OKI IVint Co'utnrt Barber Why, boss, I'zo used to dt sick for the past three mouth?, is imKicliinoiMl Itull'tlo fits. proving nicely. I'lncinmiti I.etiiM l!lc "Tho fits" -- ALL THE- Lodford Truman left last week for Enotorn and Northeastern Points "Yes, bos, but don't bo scart; itis tttiil Mrmpliif Vioktxirf: Itutoti Hti;v ten minutes befor1 dey cowo on. Jes' Ru&sellville, where he will aiteud Nuw Orluii MMili I.UtU Kti'k Hot you ras easy; dat's do symptoms." school for the next five months. t 'IVntM'- spring niul p?hitf in Texas Sittings. A series ot meetings is being held JUlMlMlppl ArltlillrA $00 1VH l.nuUiunu nnd tbo South and -- IN THE- at the Whittinghill school-houswith Hints on Social Calls. SOUTHWEST. In tho evening a young society limited succor. B. N. man should don his best suit of am The lit o l t!inrmii;lil i'int'ill nnd In clothes and most attractive bouton Columbian Valentino. condition, tul n i!esnn excelniero and go to call on somo charmMardi-grn- s r Carnival, New Orleans, lent Rrritnment in tnno and throiivti ing young lady friend; arriving at A KKATUUE tlio time iul i" nxenicnoo AND- himself thor- La., Mobile, All., Febiuary 14, '93. tho houso and making d Kxtiritin Truing, otMirol liv tlio l.in. oughly comfortable upon a divan For this occasion the Mississippi Val-eOnly i moiit'1 huk ln'MM'eti lttuville bolstered up by artistic cushions, and Route will on Febiuary 10th, 11th, i ket ?nd Meit.pliii, hmI lh let tiiid as tho result of an active day of 12th nml lolli service between tl.o round trip tickets cit:eo 'rotFered. business lifo which ho has left TkkttsTitm-rnW- r ti ir'' inform mil itppUuu to J. Il.'l It lienor lion fMitnd ho should yawn, 'twould bo bet- to New Orleans, La., and Mobile, Ala., -- IN TIIE- .tgi'iit lit lleiitri Iuoi,ir Tickets will ter to so well disguise it as not to bo at the rate of one fare. A?l..Lifl?iiU. Kf. 71 tmV f5wM ??. llf Been, But having felt all tho relief be good returning until Februrary 28, IIVIJ4I4I ikU tMIII llBIHIIl fill ono can feel from having a "good 1SU3. T. B. Lynch, G. P. A. old yawn," and having been observed by his hostess, then ho Coughing: I'O.'mN lo Coimtnijitlon. WHEN YOU GO TO 0WENSB0R0 should, with all tho fortitude born Kimjt'if HiUomitopi thecntigh.it one. CAM. O.N - ,m of an emergency, yank himself from tho too comfortablo divan and himself by all tho gods not to yawn again. Not having donoso, Courier-Journ- al perhaps tho aforesaid charming young hostess would concludo she 1 onhad made a greater success at entertaining him. Galveston News. A SPECIALTY. WUanJY00K ihroilj& Globe-Democra- t. ouiaren W IkHOlS Scoffs ( r IX r;m imy ; - pv irr'yL rsCh ?R f$ &w fSv3'' c. A woman may seiVn and And n voman BiitLwIierJ rL i . a voman may spin, voyX all dav. mm into ck ...... nen ..I an irouaiee away. vanisii GirstTs.W' .1! .....I J her lows! CLfllRETTE-aOAP-I- PALMER HOUSE. o, :i5?nZKKS2553 W V I MVl W 1 iI fl e, SUBSCRIBE 4 1 vf IT. liiilii mm - j!iX0ii BOTH PAPERS .IIUJ1 Your Fnvoriti1 Tlonie N(wspnpir A XI) OF ONE. COUNTY The Leading Republican Family Paper of tho United States, Fur only $ I. Jo, Citsh in. .Itlrttnee. t THE ME PUB LICAN (iiuall the new of Town, County and State, ami much National pew.a- an other papoi id itpcla. Vnur Imuu1 won d bo iiKiuipletc ith out it. - NEWS e SEfOEJPGAJSf ew York Weekly Tribune, U Xitnmnl laiuily Paper, and ytv nil tin general news of the IT. fl. and tho umld. It ive the event' nf foreign I.hpN in a nutshell. It hu n'patale ctipartiueiit( tU The Family ( irele, and our Voting Folks. 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WntnnonMiLL Tost, No, 8, Icpirlmfnt nf Kentucky, meet ercry third S iturdt) at 1 o'clock r. MiiiCourtHoue, Leitthfitlil, K, n. -- LA1HKS I IltlOWV un, khould $65 ! OUR SILVER QUEEN first-chs- x S.A.McSiikrt.AJJ. I.S. llRlNKR.Com. lilllousncti. mix HOTERS. rurw .MalArla, AllUcalinketpit. Is it possible a Uuggy witli Indlgat-Uon.au- hud uanos, ami Miitt lips, lor auuc price! Sjbcrphtcd )nsi Kail, Scat Hail, Handles, $65 J F r n nJ a w m lei Is e of it ntlU ally treated h) nn rvputatloii, IlrnfiHiK tridleaUd and mtlnly cure d,fif from WMoWi yearn' stundintf, after all other tn itmrnt a lulled, How the difficulty ri'tnowd.fullj explumeil i re itched Mid the eau-- e Horld-id- PhtonMomon Pnst.Vo, I.DppA'tmrntof Kon tucky, mt'et' rrery HAturilay lforo th tecon'l Sumlay nt 10 o'clock a. m. In thcourt-houteUnrtfortl, Ky. J. C. Ciiav ululis, V. C. J.M. ntiH0P,A4J. erfib 7A. TV' - - ni E tri o 9 unt U Ji i. 1 "j- - "jr " jV Vr i t Xl Q xc a 53 Hi Xi w .. --i 51 Incirtulnrcwlth alflilai.tn and tcrilinonfaN of cum1 from 4d I ly prominent people inuleil fn e, lilt. A. FOViWI.M:. Tuioiiu WmIu f and Onitim IlablUl j curtd ui homo with outtalu.liooortvir- 1l.M.WfM)M.EY.M.D. hU tY J m a L' etil MOHH iM II , or nt Wo ii(hic nt lo al.ilitT frofthirunnd iiimku M) t HMJtl. Toi ciiciiuir Adtire tcrr.c mid irferenren to r fly actoni rllrtu lu yotironn hlnlc Count HlWtO nf iiiintimi iowii, wrur i't Oi'jxiikt i'nltm upict ObtAinrd, nnrl All Pttt.AI AhhW.v Itnclfrl to for MOIihltATt; I "A Our I1hi ti (Hit i u I'ntt'iit ('line nnd oppixite lhf I' tain 1'MteiMk in ws firm ihiiii Ifno itninu fimn WLvmm whbk h WW AUan ta, WAlli,OWt i ! Write for our New 80 page Calalogue of all Kinds of Vehicles. tlrulAMiicnt Fltr.r. (i. OHico lUli WhluhaU CINCINNATI. IJ THE SOUTHERN BUGGY JTEPrVJ,,UEflEJEgaMfflPNglOPlEOggNEM AwaH4HM4VIUh4 4laHfMfeMMHN CO. OHIO, U. S. A. -- 's WoBBitsB"i;Bafi;BagS' I .' sxsm 'nt,in(An D O Tho Biblo beems to bo full of strangely pat local allusions, and so pointed aio they that oven tho truly loveient poison cauuot always avoid calling at u-- t km to them. People oi ten wonder where all tho eairiugs go or hiuo gone to. A few years ago tho lashion of wearing these relies of haiku ism was quite general, but uow it is tho exception and not tho rule to see it well dreed woman With a pair. Indeed tho ornaments havo been left olf so long thutscoiesof womeu who used to wear them could hardly do so uow without inconvenience and paiu. But tho pretty toys or gems havo not been thrown away or wasted. Thousands havo been worked up into other and more fashionable ornameuts. Many very handsome brooches havo been made out of can ingn which havo outlived tho fashion, and thero has beeu quite a largo amount of ingenuity displayed in tho work so as to do away with any suspicion of secondhand in tho reconstructed adorn-meats. r.tIiigr tlm Km i In,;. met with their death near Port Elizabeth through tho hi to of puff adders. Though there are other highly ven omousnnd equally abundant snakes at tho cape, they are moro of tho active cobra kind, whilo tho puff nddei-are extremely sluggish nnd inactive reptiles winch do not get out of tho way, but ho half hidden among tho hcrbago or among root-and stones, with which they assimilate in color. By their hiss they betray themselves when danger threatens, nud that is all. Capo Towu Letter. You can get the Hartford Eepublic-aand the New Subscribe now. , A n :iano 6noi f,,oiiiaao1iiTiMisaMHun'iPiJ'a XS3 Q ci); oa 34coA m jo t; mo tin njvj.U3o puo suns v York Tribune one year for 81.25, cash. 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