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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1893 hao1893021701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1893 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. UVKKWtWia'.UimKH.'S.ViitlVlS&tZ ViSA BrinjrYoiir T..1. Wi.rk W to tiii: Wo urn woll siiiillod with tin) very bostttuitoriul mul huso in our employ us good workmen ns ciiii lio found. Prices reasonable. tolK &rr iPillCI The Haeteobd Eepublicm. JO, B, ROGERS, H'li -- - ?33r -- a stf K SUBSCRIBE roit tiii: N Publisher. OFFICIAL OR&AK OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, TERUS-S- I.25 hi Annum, In Adrance. $1.25 per year. VOL. V. BLAINE IN CONGRESS. Displayed Markod Ability us a Uobator aud 1'arh montarian. Saturday WntcJ Hlitinc first Iiol'iiiuqii nil tioitnl cliiirui'tcr when honcrvml in tlio Aonsenl ISupncnti tivos ilininy the liittcf purt ol tlio 'liU's. llu wns nt that timt! liy nil oilils thu iin."'t pop" ; lar i it ii ti in tlio Lmu'r Ilnun'. tlicii ps tltitti lOypitrM ol ;tf;i!iiii(l HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1893. TOWNTATHiER. tho motto which tho great electrician Edison, who works in much the Ettmo Mr. J. M.'Lcach', tho Deputy Asway, gavo to a youth: "Don't look sessor, has not lost u.'singlo day on acthe clock.'' at count of inclement weather, and this KINDEItHOOK. too, during tho jiaritest winter in Feb. 12. .Miss Myrtle Tint-lethirty years. It goes without saying has returned homo after a two weeks that winds and storms and rain and isit to friends niul relatives in Owens-hoio- . hail and snow huvo.no terrors for the Ho 'usessod ruddy faced Squire. Win. Ward mid S. K. Bennett about half the county. delivered two loads of tobacco to l.ivcrniore one day lint week. Any party in tho county, who may Mi-- s Ocrtrudo Mills clo-c- d a fivo have any stock either strayed or stoltutititlis school at No Creek on tl c en, would do woll to (examine the 7th she gave entire satisfaction. streets of Hartford about cleaning Win. Ward, of this place, bus pur time next spring. The stock may bo cluiH'd the farm belonging to Azro .buried in our mudAoJeswliich for Rowan, of No Creek, and will move want of n term, more in keeping with thereon soon. their present condition, we call streets. Tho school at Alexander, which litis been taught by Prof. W. II, Voting mar:, if you are aelcep on Barnes, will close on Friday, Feb. these dreary Monday mornings after 17th. The little folks will entertain having spent the greater part of tho with dialogues, declamations and etc. previous niglU in sitting by some They have been oarolully trujned and man's tire talking to well, if under we nnticipato a pleasant day. And these ciicunistnnccs there comes on on Saturday night, the 18th, tho adthe door a gentle rapping or n floatwill entertain at ing up under the do.ir of your room, vanced students witli the folAlexander school-houseither tho low subdued tones of a girllowing program?: ish sounding voice or the tones of a Prtidie kind three-eightOpening Address Miss foghorn voice with Baird. a nasal twang and should either set of MIMIC. the aforesaid tones wind, themselves The Pull Back A laughable farce, up into any such tangillle slmpo as, by six girls. "Any laundry this weckf sleep on MUSIC. young man sleep on. It's either Jim r.iii.i:.vux. or Bat, and if you respect your Miriam's Crime A drama in three purse, I beg of you sleep on! neN, by live boys and three girls. MIMIC. Mr. J. B. Wilson, the jovial aud TAIIMIAUX. popular teacher ami surveyor, made The MisvliiavioiM Negro A very a trip to Frankfort recently aud on popular farce, by four hoys mid two stepping up to the'deskat the hotel to girk register be was met by this astoundMIMIC. ing inquiry, fired viciously at him by The Kthcopian Company. the clerk: "What part of Ohio MIMIC. county's boundary do you want Farewell Address. But when John changed this time?' Hong (.tod bo with you till we lifted his hut in astoni-hnict,ho clerk meet ngain. saw ho had mistaken Mr. Wilson for The pupils have been well trained the knight of the Little Bend aud be under tlieir ellicieiit teacher, and we forthwith sot 'em up. . predict a pleasant time. Daisy Di:a.v. Extracts from the papers of applicants in Janury Teachers' examination. Questions in Physiology nnd Desolation. Wroi' Fire Vrcis. Hygiene: "At last wo arc alone!" Name a What is a disinfectant? It was tho man who spokeT" good tThcT"" "' The woman trembled and lifted her Answer of one applicant: A disineyes to his face. is fectant a thing wanting in They wero beautiful eyes, but they frankness. A good one is the heart. eye? eyes which were irciuoloua Growth, spelled groath. look out from a heart winch is irresS.irgeuut-at-urninamed as a cabiolute, fearful. net officer. Ho stamped with his heavy foot Much bettor to rule by lovo. than fier. upon tho floor of tlio room. The echoes brougbtjiack in their The last five Presidents were given iuviiihlcarms the sound, mid let it as Garfield, Tildeu, Grant, Cleveland ripple out again until it struck the and Harrison. J wails once more and fell into the vast J, C. Calhoun was given as sucvoid of silence. ceeding to tho Presidency on tho unusual the death of Liuchuu, A bat disturbed by tlio Last fivo Presidents Hays,Garefiold, activity, dartctl from a corner aud mid Harrison. Anther, Clovclou blindly dashed in excentric colvul-siotHayes spelled liaise. about the dusty building. Ouo applicant in stating his age Great ropes of cobwebs hung down and how many months he had taught, from tho ceiling, and across tlio cor.Havn't ner of tho room and dead flics swung wrote, I was borncd lightly in hammocks the spiders hail taught ary school. fastened theie. The dust arose in listless clouds Below is a letter written bo fore tho from tho heavy footfall, and sank war to some parly whoe name is not again, overcome by its own exertions. now known, ns only tho letter mid liven the air was resting. not tho envolpe was found. Neither The spirit of desolation seemed to is tho year given, but it is known pervade the place. that it must huvo been befototho The woman looked furtively around It was found in some waste paupon her dim surroundings and shiv- pers at tho Court House. Hero it is: ered. IIaiuhdikhkuku, Oct. 20. Tho man laughed harshly. Diar Sir ( "Alono," ho growled, I am very sorry not to be able to "Yes" sho muruiered. A feint light struggled in through comply with your request. Two or three tho great windows in front, thick years ago I had every gtiiuo chickstolen iir one en on my plnco with tlio du-- t. night and since that I havo not had "Where- aro we?" she murmcred, Dr.-S0. Poyton, and shivered us tho bat dashed info any. My friend, of Ohio county, I think, lias the her hair. hoaisly, best stock in Ky. Perhaps yon can "Listen!'' ho replied, Truly, "wo are in a house tharrdoes not nd get them from him. Alp Ai.m:n. tise.'' s nt NO. 29. CUT THIS OUT. !k PROFESSIONAL 3". CARD. o fs malty i'nrni'1 l work Imlln. rrt ii f tli.'Ciitintn, iiluli" willing to m fiiriilth. Uloiitly at tin' imiiiiiI nlilili m llir lalior llg'.r "I plr '"''. mul yon funHint o tlik ithiititcr. toil inn m i Hi-il- l oraf ly l OWE DOLLAR ISJtJti tux In any . .nij.Ii-t, i tuitions havo inttligibihty nnd veracious vivacity, without rhodomontado Sedulously or thrasonical bombast. avoid all polysyllabic profundity, pompous piolixity, psittnceoii3 vacuity, vcntriloquial verbosity nnd vnnil-oqtic- nnv our (if tlthi .ItiiiR'8i. vapidity." '"I WllllllUt IXptlltU ll""' Jllvulln' In jonrirlf. r.rtlni-- e Hlllmn Hutu a lltili' work, oii wilt wurk ttil I. the graml.! niter tiiiulc. Utility, nr In thu evening onli. If )uu nro mi. plon'j, mnl luni' low .:iii' Iiihip nt junr ill., pnial, iitlllii' .them, mnl add t tour Income, ut nil. louulll oip famine., will not I tit rf be smsied tin til. start lit tin r ipldlty anil cam hy nhlctiyiu iiin.Tt ilnll.ir it..m ctnilnr, tlajr tiinnit TOH CXII II Ot Intorost to Toachors. Tho following letters have been received and in order that they may come before all tho teachers of .the county, they are inserted hero. It is earnestly desired that tho teachers who content plate visiting tho World's Fair may take steps as indicated mid thus ho enabled to enjoy the trip together, besides obtaining entertainment at reduced rates. Respectfully, Jo. B. Ito(ii:i, S. S. 0. C. Ciiicauo, Di:c. 20, 18i)2: To The Mcmbeis of lite National Edwational Association: The members of tho National Educational Association living in Chicago nnd vicinity havo organized themselves into a Reception Committee and cordially invito all members of tho Association to visit Chicago in July, 1893, to participate in tho proceedings of tho World's Educational Congress. Tho preparation of a program for the Congress isnssighncd to. a committee of which Dr. W, T. Harris, Commissioner of Education, is chairman. The Executive Committee of the Educational National Association desires to provido for tho prompt publishing and distribution of the proceedings of tho World's Ed udatiou-a- l Congress. The resident members of the Association, therefore, propose to secure suitable boarding places for teachers who will become members of the National Educational Association for the year 1893, paying the membership fee of S2.00, which will also entitle them' to participate In the World's Educational Congress and to a copy of the proceedings. It will bo unwise to come to Chicago without previously making ar. The raugements frr entertainment. price for entertainment will var from $1.50, a day in private houses to 2.00, S2.50 and $3.00 a day in boarding-hous- es and small hotels. Teachers "desiring to 'avail them, selves of this invitation will remit the sum of $2.00, which is tho membership fee ot tlio National Educational Association for 1893, with tho name, Post.oflico address and a statement of the time when they will visit Chicago and the amount they nro willing to pay per day for entertainment, to J. Greenwood, Treasurer of tho M. Educational Association, National Room 72, City flail. Chicago, Illinois. Aliihrt G. Lank, Pres. National Educational Education, Ik-iiif- ilty out. liven beginners nit' .ufiivtlul from tho flr.l Imiir. Any imi'Ciiii run the hint nets none full. You shiiuM.try no'lhlng tlsc until )ou ..a for younilf what ion ran do nt the builncss which we niftr. No capital rlkcd. Women aro grand workers; nowadays liny mako at much at men.- - 'I hey should trv till butlm t, si It It will adnptnl to Hum. Wrlli-a- t oiiroand seo for . iourielf-- Addrts. II, HAl.t-Ul- llux HHO, M m iniul'tctiinllity ami pltyeically. nliont I'litruiiii pciM'iitalily iltt-l.im ritr'p nl liifiuN, w'm fintiiiiieil (luting ihu ln.M i Mliii'inMic t.ilmircrc J rcnminil'Tor l'ortlitiiJ, Mo. !n tliotu tlayK l hint 1 was saM that ho cxcrritctl a faseinatioii over all Hin with whom ho eainoin contact. woieoiily iluhvurril HpcrcliCii then but weie iiniiked by tlieir .Otem anil ttioiif argument and tcrrciii-Iitit '" "'-- 1 ihUW 5ftf ...,. ?m W2.nr, Udifs Mr. Hlaino win Ho mmiMcr til gooil linglisli. bkillful in ilcb.ito ami quick at was repartee. Ills cut epecchen wero inuiU el of tlio purest Ktiglinh, ilelivcrcil in puiity nl etyle. al-w- n)r EHEUSEs y4rtB,tl"a. w W. L. DOU(;lnnahoeaiBoldoToiywlioto. Evetybody ebould wear tbetn It Ian duty you owe yeuvoll to set tlio beat valtu toe yourmonoy Uconoaliolnyourlootwo.vbT pnprosant tlio beat valuu nt tba prices can lustily. nuovt, aa llctt frninl. N"tie urnulne wlOmut pntuU.nrr of uii'i .tto uiiipt-- tn bottuiu. naiii j fur It w ben ) uu tiu . W, I.. Iloiulua, Ilriiclitou, .tint.. l Dot Cnlt noWp. S3 SHOEvoild the peter. tho Bboo In for PPS L. DOUCLAS v, l. DouglnsShoos.wbioh N puioiiaaiDK Ci'Tuhr Substituted W. L. Look h. I'. V(I:i;m:i:, iiurii.irii, icy. 3DUYTHEOv. Xi6HT Running a niaiiner which indicated that they were extemporaneous, yet tiioy had all the literary lini.h and rhetorical llmirith of caielnlly prepared production". In tho'oilnyriMr. IJInine was tho highest typo ol physical manhood. His face then had u ruddy glow and 'f and thotigli ho had a etrong a powerful lignro he was graceful in his movements, swooning though artistic hi his gestures and had a hearty, honest manlier which made him an attractive speaker and an esteemed fiiettd. The thing which (list brought Mr. lihiine prominently hcloro tho couif try as a Presidential candidate or tho occasion which suggested it was tho ovation tendered him in tlioHouui ol Heprojentativcswlion ho laid down the gavel, after being six yoiiMspeak-- 1 er, March I, IN!!). Ho delivered a neat valedictory addre- -' adjourning j these-sio- n and at the conelti.-io-n hisriinaiks a scene followed winch was never equaled before or since in flu the Hnii-- c of Kepriwontntivet. wai greeted with cheers from tho members on both sides and in the Ire.-liiit- of V gal-leii- wercsalvinnt'applau-o- . Mem- bers ru-- e and cheered, handkerchiefs were thiown into tlioitirand the ap M n cT riMtS7;:5;i plaiHo seemed to sweep from one IraHcunAi.i-C- . isr side of tho hall to the other liko waves I lL- - lS?lK IZT X. KMa, At tlio conelii-in- ii of a great ikwiiii. ol this magnificent outburst Mr. THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST. Bliiino received the congratulations Send TEN conts to Sfl Union Sc)., H. Y., of members individually. for our prlio enmo, " nunil Luck," nntl lri n New Homo Sewing Mneh'no. From that day he b.camu in the Tho New Homo Sewing Machine Co. minds of a powerful clement of his ORANGE, MASS. tv?2B u)oh SQuiBjytcountrymen a popular candidate tor ;"c,1' tvcq UN career as epenkei President. ILL. u.u- FOR SALE BY ''.iDin' had been nbovo criticism; :n it presiding ollicci he seemed without a peer. The suggestion of his name us a presfrom idential candidate every part of the country. His appointment as a senator to till n vacancy soon after he retired as apeak nt tho regular cr and his meeting ol tho legislature the follow ing winter gave an impetus to tlio popular movement for his nomination at tho convention which met at Cincinnati in the spiing of 1 i7(i. The occasion when Mr. Maine apbepealed to the greates't advan-ag- o wns at fore tho public in Washington the time when he arose in tho house ItCurtiColdi,CotirhilSoreTlmiat.Cronp.Ir.Sa. of representatives to deliver tho mej. V. hooping Cough, Etonthltli acd AUhmi, A cerUia cur. lor Contumrtioa In Srit .Ucri, r.i morial address on the late President . relitf In ailxinco I ltti. Die at once. Yoa vlll arath ncrlltntttltet after tiliirjr ths Ciarlield. r.rtt dot, fold by dralera cterywbire, lare b;tt!ciWc;nt.anJ$l.W, It was a sccno which thoso who witnessed wilt never forget. It seemj "ir. r TtN ed as if tlio whole nation had its eyes R ' : . resting on tlio great orator who hud f " ' J ri K himself played such a proniinoiit part in tho stiring scones preceding tho ecencs of Mr. Garlicld's death mnl whoso own political fortunes had been linked so closely with tho martyred president, lu the hall of rep rcscntalives wero gathered from all YEARS FOR parts of the country as well as from :ius lot! all Worm Romodlos. tho diplomatic corps those who had EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEFO. come to hear tho eulogy of thi lato snx.v D' r.vrnYWiinnE. Tt.olt MD.CO..llT.tOn8. President. r r,.r.J' - i nn It was at the time when Mr. Blaine was in tho zenith of his political pow Sclontlfto American er. His words, that day worn clear Arjcnoy for mul ringing and penetrated every jmi oam t part of tlio great hall. Tho great premier was visibly His own aflectcd by tlio occasion. "vii emotions awakoned tho sympathies of 1 frVK 0AVEAT9. TA.--V(VV II VrA vmjr TRADB MARKS. his hearers. DEBIQII PATENTS, tMj tnnvninllre A. "It wns tho greatest occasion in wrttoto tor Information ami freo IlnndlionkNi:vv MU.S'N A: 1)., M.1 ItmiAiiwAr, Volar. tho history of Isluiuo's lifo," snid one OMc.l burt'iiu f ir rocmiiitf rntcnta In Auicrli'A. llvi'ry ral 'ut tuki'ii nut by ns la hrouitlit hcfnro tho pubilo by u iiutico iitt lii f ico ol cborgo lu tha of his friends, A gcntloinuii who was intimately acquainted with Mr. Blaine- said that I.Rrcjst ctrcutnl Inn of any trlf nllfln pappr In the KurU. rjiilundlillr llluxiratcil. Hn Intnllliiciit in his opinion Mr. lihiine broke him luim ilinutil bu tvlttiout It. Wctklr. KI.IMI a, yrart flXilalx iiirmtln. Addicn JlflNN C0 1'uuUbUiJia, atll IlroaUiray, Kuir York City. self down by intoinporato work and Mr. irregular habits of eating. Ulnitiu was n highprcssuro worker; 3Iiui r Persons whenovor ho becnino deeply interested ire broken tioiu l.um overwork or liousthold ro rorci Urovvii'ti Iron UUter.s in a subject, Air. Ulnino's ardent nliitlM. tlio tyitcin, nlda tllsotlon, romnTCi ox. led him to woik beyond his ciw o( Ule. una vur.i laalarl.u U tlio (junulua strength. He would shut himself up in his room, would not allow himself BROWN'S mU.V DITTERS to bo disturbed and would not cat, Van Inillp'.lloi, llllloiiiiicn, 0)tirlA, Mala, n fla, Non oniie, timt ficncral livmllty. sleep or rest until he had finished his It. Ccimliio rcrommi'liil It, bi.i troiiu marU ami crowl roil Ituci ouw rapper. task. Hoeecmed to linvo adopted ...- iSCftri s -- Frankfout, Ivy., Jau. 25th .7b. 1893. ed ts six-tic- s. I'--re vlll i 1 ,' , ji wilBwiwi 20 i IM . B. Rogers, Dear Sir: Enclosed you will find a circular letter issued by tho National Educational Association's Committee: It is suggested by President Lauo that it would bo well for County aud City Superintendents to form clubs in their rcspectivo Counties aud Cities and secure entertainment in bodies in ouo place. The advantage of hav ing entertainment secured before going to Chicago is greater than tho reduction ot prices and this is an item of no littlle consideration. Kentucky's Exhibit nt tho World's Fair is at last assured and no part of of her citizens will tako greater interest in the display than tho teachers. Tho Educational Congress will bo conducted hy tho best educators of tho day and tho published proceedings of tho meeting will be of great value to all iutereitcd in education Let tlio progressive educators ot Kentucky seo that our entire State has a creditable representation at this Congress. Yours Truly, M. Michigan is miles north of tho city. HARTFORD, KY. Tako North-westetrains. The (Office, oyer Anderon great fruit, vegetable- aud dairy goods Will practice their prnfoMlonlnallth. conria Ohio and adjolalng countle, and court of Appeal market on South Water street, be- Special attention gum to rrinunal practica aal collection., T2nHly tween State street and Fifth avenue. Wabash avenue, State and Clark -- Aw. streets, north of Van Burcn nro the princpal retail shopping thoroughfares. A good view of 'railroad yards HARTFORD, KY. Will practica h'. profession In Ohio and adjoli. can bo had by taking a walk or drive ' Ugcer.ntiK, and the court of Appeals. ta over t'10 viaduct at tho foot ot Ranattontlon given to collections. Office north side public square. dolph street. Tho great telescope, for Tt Tk merly in tho observatory of the ChiB. U. GUKHY. n. P. niNOO. cago University, is now ut the Northwestern University at Evauston. The best timo to seo tho Board of Trade is between tho hours of eleven and ouo Will practice in all court, of Ohio o'clock. It is located at LaSelle and counties, and in Superior Court andand adl.iaiM Couriofia-peal- s. Collection, and nil legal buine m Jackson streets. Tho Universty nt to. Office, Ko.aiJE.MarkitatIlartford, attea ly. Chicago will bo housed magnificiently in buildings now in courso of construction nt Sixty-thirst. and Ellis ATTORNEY AT LAW, av. What is generally known as the district is that part of tho city bound3CTT ed by LaSello and VanBuren sts. and tho river. Tho finest view of Chica33. 15. vTed.d.irLfg-- , go is aflordcd from tho observatories ' to tho Auditorium ind Masonic Tern, pie towers. Tho observatory is reached by express elevators. A mam(Office In Crowder Ilulldmr.) Will practice hi. profeslon In all the courta moth paviiliou for tho freo use of tho wnio ami aujoining counties. AIo solariTy public is located on the lako shore in Pnbllo tl Jackson Park. There Is also a paviiliou of this kind in Douglas Park. --MC. The Public Library is at the Cityllull. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Gunthcr's free museum is nt 212 State st. Tho horse makct is at the Union stock yards. Tho Chicago! Will practice his profession In all tha Courts 4 Athenaeum is located at 20 VauBu- - i Ohio and adjoining counties, and in tho Conrl Appeals, Special attention siren to collectloa. ren st. Tho finest draw bridge in the Office, over Williams, Bell A Co's drugstore. city spans tho river at Jackson st. Tho Blue Island aveuuo cars run through the main lumber district. Clark street, south of VanBuren, is tho principal Chinese quarter. Tho signal service station is located on top of tho Auditorium lower. Zoological gardens are established at Lincoln and Washington Parks. The Armour is located at Dearborn and Thirty-thir- d tk&gar- sts. A well equipped training school is located nt 'Midhigari'dv. andTwelth st, Extensive ship building yards are located on the Calumet river at OFFICE OVER RED FROJTI South Chicago. A number of large grain elevators aro located in tho Is prepared to do all kinds i vicinity of Sixteenth st. and tho river. Dental work at reasonable prices. A view ot tho Union Stock Yards can bo had from Forty-secon- d st. nnd Michigan av. Tho tallest office building in Chicago is ttic Masonic Temple, tweuty stories high, at Slato itSSaV AT and Randolph sts. Visitors are admitted to tho cngino rooms of tho water work at Chicago av. and Pino 1? flL st., Blue Island av. and Twenty-secon- d st. aud Indiana uv. and Fourteenth st. Tho Washington Park A Racing Association's track and stables aro at South Park av. aud Sixty-firs- t PLEASANT st.; renced by Cottage-Grovcable BJ -- rV cars, and during racing seasons by Illinois Central steam cars. Tho prinJ.iiJU-UHH'3'H cipal power stations of tho cable car the uext morning i Vc:l briqht and m:w and my complixon is better. cenlly on Ih. stomach, liver MT,. !' system are located at South State and and Ihu dilnk Ii nade from herbs, Twentieth sts., North Clark and Elm tea. Uncalled aud la (irtfwml (oruwajeuily u sts., and West Washington and ClinAUdru1wistsse111tatrjoc.andfi.uoapac.ka20. ir ton sts.; visitors are admitted to ma You can your ad dres. for freorimplo. not chinery halls. Baso ball grounds are lan. 1 amity Mrdtctno muvc. the b.wrLrueU lay. Inontfrlot.limthy,ttil,lnciary. 'Idi.u, OUA'lOlt !. WC'IIIWAIII). L.JIOV..N. vT located at Wentworth av. and Thir-t- y fifth st.; tako State street cars. " OjAiiesr Tho Electric Fountain is at Lincoln aa Wv irHtfi3 Park; excursions on tho lako run every few mintcs; prices reasonable. twenty-live rn Bar-inr-.) Edwin Points of Interest -- It Would ATTORNEY AT LAW, bo Well to Eomombor HARTFORD, - - KENTUCKY. When you go to tho Pair. World's Jn.i, dLr.i. j.i, a. wroDtaa. Glenn 6c Wed.dini;, Fort Sheridan on Lake Eo-w- James Smith, Attorney at Law, Attorneys at Law. d Perry Westerfili B.osine. Attorney at Law, L. Hearrin, Hartford. Ky. 11 i- wssm DENTIST. vfl JfK o mf $ ilXfe nwmwv WMitmZkw Ji K LilNE'SMEDIGME K9T vei II. Rhoaim, r Bowaro of Ointmonts for Catarrh That Contain Moroury, jis mercury will surely destroy tho sense of emell mid completely destroy tho whole system when entering it Such through tho mucous surfaces. articles should never bo used except on pcrsoriptions from reputable physicians, as tho damngo they do is ten vo fold to tho good you can possibly do-ri- jrrjl 1 -t irourthcii.. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by I' J. Cheney &Co., Toledo, Ohio, contains no mercury, and is taken internally , acting directly upon tho blood and tlio mucous surfaces of tho system. In buying Hull's Catarrh Curo bo sure you get the genuine, it is taken internally am) mado in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Chcnoy it Co. Testimonials free. Sold by Druggists, price 7fm. per bottlo. The writer Alfred Allen, was for years Prosecuting Attorney of the District of winch Ohio county was a part and ho, between tho sittings of tho Court, was a great 'sportsman. You will uotico the letter is tu answer to comcone inquiring about gutno chickens. Allen was an able mail finest orators mid ouo of tho that over spoke in Hurtford. Tho older people will recollect him, and nlso, Dr. Poyton, to whom the inquirer was referred for his game stock. Director for Kentucky. un-tn- The Republican and Coiu'ior-tTourn- al l'liyal-cla- both one year for only, $1.75. Died, February 5, Arthur Leach, aud Rebecca Leach, 01 Stephen aged 10, after a long nnd painful Peaceful bo tho silent slumber, The Lord took his spirit to illues3. Peaceful in the grave so low; Thou no moro will join our number, haven of rest, where there is that Thou 110 moto our sorrows know. Dear parents, or death. Yet again we hope to meet thee, rest-iu- g weep not, your precious boy is When (lie dav of lifo is fled. in his Savior's embrace. And in Heaven with joy to greet theo Where no fnrewell tears aro shed. One less at home! Al.ICK, faco Tho charmed circlo brokcn,udear Missed day by day from its usual or do ton DO YOU W'Xr.T TO MAItllY, ami lailica iocUI lotlera from grnllemtu place; all orsr the country! ami A young friend sends tho following But cleansed, saved and perfected by ofcultura isml meamlrom and recelra a copy of ono If n rent if 10, Jut grace. thoflf-sanclipping with tho instruction "don't mutrlnionlal paper cnlleil Oattoc l IlLoiaoui.Mliic-liwilafford you mora liralthfai Ouo more in Heaven, break your jaw:" enjoyment than you hare had formanyadayifacli Ono less on earth. "In promulgating your csolorio number contalna hundred! of lettera from young Its puin.its sorrow aud its toil to sharo cogitations, or articulating your su- Ono less tho pilguiii's daily cross to ladle and gentlemen wantlnncorrepondentafrom or those of tho opposite aoxj If there la a man perficial sentimentalities, and amicawoman who has not found lila or her affinity bear, Addreis Oaiaoa ble, philosophical or psychological Ono moro tho crown of tho blessed to hero'n the jolden oportunlty. street, lloiton, iomomi, room 15, IS tloylaton wear, bowaro of platitudinous observations, Mais. 'r. At homo in heaven. ponderosity. Let your conversationI.aiic'a nii'illclnoa move Hie bow al communications possess 11 clarified Ono by ouo earth's ties aro broken, very dny. u ordsr to l heullhy this la ncacsaary. As wo seo our lovo decay; conciseness, n compact compreheusi-bloncscoalescont consistency, mid a And tho hopes so family cheoris lied, 4'oiikIiIiC LeHtU to Coiiamiiptlon. Brighten, but to pass away. Kuasf'a H.il.osi JHp maeenghatonce, Eschow till concatenated cogency. Ono hy ono hopes grow brighter conglomerations of fllatulcnt garruliAs wo near tho siiinim shore; Vtodlnt a tonic, or children that want building ty, jcjtino babblement mid nsiniuo af- For wo know ncross tho river up, should taVe nnowN'M mow iiu-teii- s. gouo before. Waits tho loved ones fectations. Let your extemporaneous It U pleawm to talta, cure Xlalarla, imllget. A ScuooL-M.v- n:. Uou.aml liUloiuncj. All dealers keep It. dccantiugs and unpremeditated expa- son In Memory. Died, Feb. 3d, littlo Lura Parks, The death daughter of P. T. Parks. angel has again visited our neighbor hood and taken another bright jewel Weep not father, from our midst. brothers and sister, God kuows best, Littlo Lura is not dead, but slcepctb. 'Tis hard to break the tender cord, When lovo has bound the heart 'Tis hard, so hard to speak the words, Wo must forever part. Dearest loved one, wo must lay theo lu the peaceful grave's embrace But thy memory will be clieenshcd, 'Till wo see thy beautiful face. In Memory. nm fEFpe Uil . IS THE ftm1" BEST. sj- - iy IfiWWHw&M Agents Wanted! H. A. LOZEIER&CO., Wholesale Doalers, c;8o miwwu,j.y.:', rnn jmiTC. Br '" W i'HZ" S'iJ.n' CLEVELAND, 310 Superior St. ; lMldrAUrw PArtHfAttiaaEwr.' Jleti intoAVER tmntf Armey our authorized N U on Hi in A SOU. mean; liihla A. J. SLATON, M. D Physician & Surgeon, ': Formerly of Millwood, now located at Leitck-fielorTers his professional services to tha peoala e, Uraysoa and adjoining couutics, Office in (tha Dr. linden property.) 3T Commercial Hotel, CENTRAL CITY, KY. R. R. PAXON, PROPRITOR. Has just been repaired and uewlj furnished. Located closo toDepoti s lunch Give Good meals or first-clas- it a trial. Happy and content is a home with "Tha Ko. ebtster ! a lamp with the lir.ht of the morning, Catalogues.wilto Rochester Lamp Co,,NewYofk -0 lmowi Kor ldtrj for Contains One Hiinilreil ilcllclouaCttiiUy cheaply unit quickly 'IHU bookl gluotnyutdru uud liuucrul storu. S.- s, nrrnaw almawao lclna w,. meBWHJBH.LUJWUHBgaHg'MMgB Hartford Republican FRIDAY, FEBRUARY PUBMSlIED nVKKY VlltDAY Editor ' 17, 1893. MOKNIXO. nil Proprietor, JO. II. nOUKUN, How would Gen, Greslmm do for the Democratic nominee in '9(!? Tun knowing ones now seem to think that Cleveland's Secretary of State will bo ono G. It. E. Sham. How would tho Hartford Demo- crats liko to vote for Greslmm and Schruz in 189G? That's tliowny yotir'rc drifting, Fuom the piescnt Mugwump tenden-cof theDemocratic lcader,n fit ticket in 189G would bo Gresham aud Schruz. y President Haicihson has tender ed a part of the White House to President elect Cleveland, preparatory to the Inauguration. PitKMtBR GiiADsTosn made the greatest eilort of his life Monday in introducing his New Home Rule Bill in theEiiglish Parliament. GitnsiiAM is one of the ablest of Americans, but Cleveland shows ingratitude in choosing linn in preference to n number of Democrats, life-lon- living 2Vj'6t(ne,Cincirjnati's new daily, has como already to be' one of the foremost papers of the day. It is The growing rapidly in public favor nnd seems from the start a great success. One of the most welcome visitors at our exchange table is the Nashville Sunday Times. It is bright and newsy, and we wish for it the full measure of success its rich merit deserves. Dr. Cole, gave teresting talks at tho Methodist Church Wednesday and Thursday nights, and will preach and Sunday. Everybody is invited to come and hear him. of Owcnsboro, in- recent past como to bo looked upon by a number of our inouicd men us not only a feasible project, but one whoso undertaking aud completion are highly probnblo and that is tho matter of having Ilnrtford connected by n piko with somo point on the N. N. it M. V. R. R. Tho objections usunlly oflered by tho eoldwater fellows, and old fogies has been tho want of suita-bi- o material out of which to construct tho road; contending ns has been their custom, that the shipping of rock by way of the railroad would render the cost beyond all hope of tho pike's paying for itself. While wo think this would bo a costly way of building a road it is our opinion even then it would repay the expenditure und be of incalculable benefit to Hartford and the southern part of tho county. But it is not altogether necessary that the material bo shipped to us. We havo it ticar at hand. Immense beds of limestone arc found in tho hills up Rough River besides nn inexhaustN bio supply in tho Ben's Lick Hill below town, two or three miles. This, while soniwhat removed from cither of the probable lines, is nenrly opposite the half way placo and would be a convenient point from which to haul, as the road to the lino would be quite level. 3 It is impossible to accurately estimate tho benefits such a road would bestow upon the town. It wouhl incrcaso travel; it would widen the range of our enterprising merchants; it would lower freights it would give us prominence, it would enhance the value of property, and assist in every way the development of a prosperous country. Nor nrc the benefits to bo derived by Hartford alouo. The point reached on the railroad Would secure an impetus, the land along tho line of the road. even beyond the railroad, would be enhanced in value; it would insure nn easier and quicker route to the county sent, aud give to the farmers and trading public generally over the southern part of t'ie county access to our market. begin to dawn. For which let us all pray. In glancing over tho "Town Tattler's column in your last iuc, we discover that somo lono in in, who signs his naino "Bachelor," I. is aired himself by rushing into print. Ho complains that Bachelors arc subjected in your paper to thrusts, etc. Which fact is hard upon tho paper. We find n sentenco in his article, which has the following highly interesting begining: "Because 1 do not caro to marry," etc., etc. Thero nro two classes of men. First, tho'o who wouldn't marry if they could. Second, those who could't marry if they would. After reading "Bachelor's"' little piece wo received a faint im- thereto, will DO YOU KNOW Youiclf, or anybody That the Sunday boom? else? Schools are on u FARMERS! J L Cle.3 ; That tho fourth of July comes mi Tuesday? That ho lives longest who does tho The undersigned lakes pleasure in announcing to the farmers of. this country yfey that he is doing al kinds of most good? That Iunuguiatiou day comes on fed Saturday? That Beaver Dam has n well blind tiget? i I That H P. Taylor has the nicest law ollicoui town? , That it is bet to have but very lew intimate friend-- ? That dipt. button-hole that "Bachelor" belongs to the latter class. Now, "Bachelor" pression is kind enough to inform tho world ns to why he docs not wish to marry. Wo are loath to believe his reasons, however. Our experience in life, which in justice to "Bachelor," wc must say is limited, has taught us that whenever u man goes to making as much racket over matrimony tis hus"Bacliolor,'' that he wants to marry so bad as to cry out continually from the very depth of his heart, "anything, O Lord, no matter how . Cox is boqiiet? proud ot his small." Boms Hood. HEPLIN. Tho growing villngo that bears the above name is situated midway between Hoi t ford and LtvermdS in one of the most fertile localities of Ohio county. The future town is, compnritivcly, in its luf'ancy, but is already characterized by the sterling activity of its business oecupauts. Some of the most important fnctors of y the place are the dry establishment, controlled by the'Hef-li- n Bros. , the well equipped in charge of J. N. Ford, "iron artist," of Centertown, and the new acquisition, the grist mill. The coming drug store, saw mill aud railroad will make this,, truly, a business center. While there is a splendid opening in our town for almo-- t any enterprise, it could not support a uewspaper, for times are so very quiet that even a reporter for the Bi:mi-i.ica- x can seldom ever find anything to write about. Eli Chinii is building u hou-- o here which he will soon occupy. Dice Smith, of'Newville, spent a few days with us this week. Mrs. Taylor Baird, who has been sick for some time, has about recovered. Mr. Beam, of near Owcnsboro, spent Sunday night in this vicinity. Quite a number of our friends attended Quarterly Meeting at Point Pleasaot Sunday. Mi:. Micawjieis. goods-grocerp, An Interesting Letter From Hadinsburg. Hahdinhiutko, Ky., Feb. 14. Ad-kiss- The Kentucky Baplid lias this to say of the President: "Harrison has made a good President, and he leaves the highest government office with the lovo nnd esteem of the people of this great Misses Ltllie Scott and Mattie returned last week from a visit to Miss Lucy Frank, of Bewleyville. ort W. V. Bowmer was here from last Sunday. J. A. Price, who taught the colored school at this place, is now at Nashville attending the Central Tennessee College. G. P. Miller, who had been sick of typhoid fever, died on the 0th of this month. He was one of the firm of the Hook, Miller & Co., which owns and operates the Globe Flouoriug Mill at this place. He was married several years ago to Miss Sally Hook. He leaves ono child, Ruth. His death will be a loss to tho business portion of the community. Hon. D. II. Severs was nt home Sunday from Frankfort. Weed S. Chelf, Prosecuting Attorney for this Judicial District, arrived here last Saturday to be present at Circuit Court, We note with a deep tense of regret that Col. J. S. R. Wedding is forced to resort frequently to the Su! phut Springs. Presuming, of course, that it is ill health that takes him there. It is to be hoped that the medical qualities of the water of that place will soon restore him to his wonted health and vigor. Rev. Wr B. Snead preached Sunday morning and evening to a largo congregation nt tho M. E. Church. In the afternoon he preached at the colored M. E. Church. Messrs. Morris Eskridge and V. G. Babbage were at Stcvensport last week engaged in taking depositions. Miss Irene Board, who bad charge of tho Primary Department of the Stcvensport school, returned home last week, the school having been completed. She was accompanied by her friend, Miss Stiles. Clo-vcrp- u sure sign open mouth an empty head? That Bacchus, n well ns death, loves a shining mark? Tho importance of attending strictYou will GHT good treatment ly to your own bUMuess? and your horse a FlTIL feed and currying WIIKN be nreds it That Fred Baruch looks like Editor and not he IN a hurry to leave Pulitzer, of New Yoik? the good old TOWN till tomu That little Miss Iahollc Fan- has a Hiiip in NHXT year if you thoroughbred Newfoundland? have him fed MONDAY at mir That "Green Goods'1 Wallace, is Cakeiiu'.k it Hmiox. stable. gulling another crowd of suckers? Whr or what L. II. Harnett looks Notico! like with In moustache shaved oil? 1 will not bo responsible for any That each girls heat t will flutter to- trade) of my sou, William E. Davis, him free, to sue and il lght a her favorite conies upon the and I heu-bbe sued. J. W. Davis rostrum? It Feb.'!!, i)8. That Jo. Miilhuttaii is driving a delivery wagon in Spokane, WashDr. Driunmond's Light- ington? uing How you would feel to s.e your Hemedy for Khcii'iiHtisiu is used lv best girl perambulating the street? iii physicians every whcic, audi-- ' known hoop-skirt- s? as a rcnnrkahly efficient ptepar.itioii That theie are n lot of men who for the relief ami predy cure ot that start Jor heaven too late to get out of Its work is so immediate quarantine? that benefit - felt from th first tlo.--e That your best girl don't tell the and one bottle will euro any ordinary other fellow the same sweet things that cace. Sold bv nil druggiMs in large bottles, or sent bv oxpre-.- - to anv adsho tells you? That a I'ri.o tighter gent-rallgives dress, with special directions ntul full bigger blows with his mouth than he information, hy Drutumond Medicine Co. liS.50 Maiden l.ane, New York. does with his fist? Agent wanted That out of nine men engaged in the newspaper here, only one was raised in Hartford? of e. ss j That an At quick at teal I Cures toothncho la ono minute. It curr.1 ANY PAl.v Immediately Dr. Fcrmcr'n aoMen ltellcf. It cures corns ami felon, nnd It also curca bronchitis and consumption, und tho trouble Is not to rjet the cures, for they follow IMusom surely nn tho day follow night It never disappoints liut tho rc.il dlcirulty liliuiv to tell of them without cxcltlns tnertJuldv. Aril It Is hot to lo wondered nt, for thero Is iv wldo cliinm. between "aioru" nnd it "puh.iou.iry consumption." Still It Is truo nnd Dr Tenner Im Rot souuhow to nialio "tho peoplo" lmoir It, Is Golden Relief a "cuie nil" f Well, not exactly. It Is known to euro nuri disease It i a veritable specific in It. Tli.U dlse.iso WlNH.AMMA-TION- -. It rures It wherever found! Munydls-ease- s havo Intlarnnuitlon for their biis Ths list Ij lonu. It It eludes corns nnd consumption. N'o Inflammation, no corn. No Inllnmrn.itlon, no consumption. !s,n't this tho roltitlonf No opiates or mineral lwlsons In It. Pify nnd certain. Ncu'rdlsal paints. Money refunded If satisfaction not clvcn. Tako u bottlu home .JGENBIIAL j IJLACKSIHTIIIiXUJ For tho people, at fair and reasonable prices. Ue confidently refers to his work at this place for TWEKT? TEARS He is also dealer' in the best brands Chil'ed-und Asa testimonial of his skill and honesty. of Steel Plows, Corn Drills, Owcnsboro Wagons, Wheat Drills, Deering Machines, Buggies and farming lmplo: Tours truly incuts generally. . I, ill or i i li.tr VUm:h. tiy fa M.WW wmmfiUKmimmmnMuvwmmnr S:s:eiuer.icftiie Condition m: II VIII I' I'll real ill or 1 1 in.. nun-I- iYiillnj Mill's It iiiliiiliiMcrliii; rat ii At tilt- tu-i ni illl-ltic- s. Jllll- - IIHI-J- - T.I MM. mi i m Il Hi ! . f Ii i r ii Hillhiul kricml.'.Ixe of Olii Ii liitiMii. hrml.-- , iin.1 uill aUwi . i ,' in ii. mi ml ...- .1) i nr.-. uhriliiT Urn tn lit I. , m.t. r. ritrilrink.rnrMi Irohnlif Mixlf. It hi- - l . 11 Uit. n in ,1 Ihi.ll.itlKl -ii . I n cv. Mr. HiiImiV l.'iilili'M Ul. h ti i ,'lm, ,,f I. , r , ,, f,.l, UKsorwcKs. Bills Keal estate di'i-ounto- .i nl. .'ii, i Th, , ,. rli- -l i'iir- STO.Hlt.vJ . II .t.lMiii im,-,l.v..iii, . m, h'ttrniluie ami fixtures. Bonds und Bank Sla-Debt- - in suit L'ah on bund Cu-- li in other Bank- - . . . Jl.OOtl.lMl l.OOtl.UO ! i:.n i KiMrnittM, I riiai. Cui-t.M.k i. (Nirtii uliir- - ftw. liMrwa ttiiril),ll. foltimnl' Itn.-Mini.reiniHtf.l ttltli tint , uii.T miH..il.l) rnr - tin V . 7W.fi IT.'JfcO.OS SlO.s.ati.'i.-I- ntli, I tilii.i o im it wi: mii iitwm. 1I.II7.7S LIAHIL1TI1& Capital took -- Deposits Duo 830,000.00 7'2,lsi!.s'i v B ' .,""n"' U uaJViVV K'.rkiiiK u. I'croui.. rrt-aim nn flirm-- li u.l nit, Hi, r h.r whitlr limo m ilia I.ii-- ii Snr inoiiwnt- '" I N'flUMjr rni..)i. ,.!..,. fr tiwwi. in t..iia mulriii..., II. I'. .loll -I IMh m, I Mum .1., HI. hlimiiil, a. WJiVW i lr "''' "" ,)., ', Inillirej-Ui- 11. 1). Ilin.ro ami M . That L. Ileavrin have purchased the va cant lot by tho bank? That a certain young man in HartMe-srs. !ra it Co., i country." Dn. Nouvw Giu:en, one of the promoters of the electric street railway scheme and a successful business man, President of tho Western Union Telegraph Company, died at his home in Louisville Monday. for Tammany and his love for the Mugwumps is so strong that ho is not content with suubhiug the former, but ho must appoint Greslmm, in acknowledgment of his obligation to the latter set of Cleveland's enmity political malcontents. Let him continue in his good work, he's creating dissension in his own ranks and doing tho Republicans Go no barm. on, Grovor. The pupils whose names are given below have attended school regulary during the past five month-- : Ora Duke, Julia Dines, Lonnie Wnmatt, Willie Wimsatt, Ernest Duke, Almond Duke and Hardin Tweeddell. A. R. Re.vieow Teacher. School District No. 3. ford sent six card in succession aud got left on all of them? That the R. E. C's will entertain tho public, ns only they can, within ix week-- ? the t That lot time can never be found? That one true friend is worth a multitude of flatterers? That if Bat Nail, Will Moore and Jim Sunderfiir don't hustle the laun dry business, it isn't hustled? That L. R. Harnett cunie near breaking up General Ex. when ho entered the room .Monday morning? That happiness is a good deal like money, a great many people who havo it coining to them are cheated out of ni-x- For Northern White Seed Oafs call on D. J. Coleman & Beaver Dam, fin Dividends unpaid other Banks nml I'niliv'uled Krh:ingc Profits 1,11 1.00 1.30 H.'i.lil !,' 10.73 i.tnir.s that w nnt Nillillng Nrtllnt n tonic oroHi It 11 ift Hill, intow.vs ink", iiiiiv Ira-ai il ii I MLf -. in- nu-t- - Mi vWn iiitti:iii. Mnlartj, kr n U. suevmvjul A dividend ot kt shato ilue and payable on demand. . O. K. COX. I'nii-lllKNT- GISEilEB!: Kv. i.iuim n.i.i:,sr. i.ons a u:. it.it Luiiville, St, Um I mi ;ilv:y, IN ', KH-Kt- Harris Theater, LOUISVILLE, KY. Mrs. 1'. Harris It. D. Britlmi and Junius Dean, M'g'rs and Props The only uiuduiuly built Theater in the city. s The only Thcntir pl.iing attraction- - at popular pi ices. .Situated on Wist slile of lib live., between Walnut and Green. l'lices oOc, --Me, l.rio and 10c. dret-clas- iKl!) . . NV. I. I"'l V'. ', I'nlt. it l.T. !ntlit.llf. W,--t I Iraivt-nixir- : I. Ii J'.IT ' I hi .ii 7.X" ...... ... .. .. -. , , m. ' p ii. p i . Irtuiii'tn ClnTrHirt tiihiiaprt . . i ' 1" !tnMill fM.tltl r. Ittii.1. ii i: 11 . . it (I a I! . Otrvnit r Im.Ctl i t a 1' I.' I . l "4 p I.l'.p V. in J' ..1 in n i ' P in in In 4 in II II in I' 'ii U .it fi.'. p in il. li, n HI . BBS?1,: ymrf v SjI ' . t.U,-- ' r n li i.. tn i. m t. ni V'. (, FA ST i LINE MSTmU'Mi l.v. Ilwulir-o- n I'Hl't .. . It is proposed Humane A World's Congress at tho World's to hold Fair, at which the following grave 1. How questions will be discussed: to abolish wars and great standing armies? 2. How to settle and stop tho conflicts between capital and labor? 3. How to nip m the bud the pestilences that now sweep over the earth? 1. How to humanely educate the peoplo of all nations for the prevention of cruelty, both to our own nnd the lower races? C. Alveismw, a leading member of the M. E. Church and a ten-n- or singer in the choir, was caught That a long face in Church nnd n I havo several tip top senond-haud- od There is a jjroat deal of sickness short measure in bii'ine-- s are both Machines that 1 in this neighborhood. things that never help the cause of would irlndly for corn or Imv. Miss Etta Jatne, of this plncc,will God? Write, or call nnd sou me. attend tho Beaor Dam high school, t!tlls,S Wll.l.lA.MM. That you can get the first breath of this spring. Mostrs. W. W. and E. M. Royal, spring by calling at tho Bazaar nnd 100 For a Bottlo. of Fordsvillo, attended tho said of seeing Miss Sara Collins' beautiful Mrs. .S. B. Winship. II ti Washflowers? Mrs. Susm Dauglicrty last Saturington St., I'rovidoueo, B. I., after day. That Shelby Tavlor, ..f Beaver one little of Drunimond's Miss Mary MothoHiead, of this Dam, looks v.ery much like Col. Hob Lightning Itemed)' for Kheiitiintism. place, will attend school at Ingorsoll, only Shelby isn't bnltl-- h wiote to the Druiiiiuoud Medicine Co , this spring. ended? Maiden Lane, New York, sayBirch Shields, of Cromwell, visiThat Wnyne Griffin grows so fast ing she wouhl not ake ONK HUND-1MC- D ted II. C. Royal Sunday A. DOLLAHS lor the benefit that his mamma has to sew nn inch on the length of his pants every received. If ou haw any form ot In Memory Hhcumntism, ami wish to get rid of it of Lvra Pnrl;, who died of typhoid Saturday night? write to the manufacturers for parThat the young man who dislikes fever, Feb. 1st, IbU'.i, daughter of ticulars. Agents wanted. Peter T. Parks; aged nino years and work and is always around a few months. Uov. J. A. Bennett to "find a soft place," can generally Notice! conducted funeral services, aftor find it under his hat? I have this day sold to C. M. Cole which sho was laid to rest in tho That the flowers you have for others my interest in tho stock of groceries, Beda Cemetery. When wo look Miould bo strewn along their paths etc , owencd by Leach it Co. I will upon thogriof-stricko- n brothers and while living instead of being kept to not be responsible for the contiacts or upon father, who idolized her, decorate their graves with when thoy debts made bv said firm after this o think o tho vacant heat that aro dead? '!).!. W. S. Com:. date, Jan. I.ura will no nioro fill in Sunday Sunday Schools. School, wo turn away in great sorrow and ask, why ono so young could METHODIST. Opening hymn, No. 857 "Winter not havo been spared a while longer -- but remuinliur you havo anoth Than Snow." Prayer by Supeiintendent. er golden link to bind you closer to Officers and teachers present, 1:5; your otorual homo. AND luVcnt, 2. Scholars present, 7IJ; abSho has loft her oarthly home, sent, l.'J. A homo by loved ones given Cash on hand 18.08- collections, Bid adiou to friends bul iw, 8,r)cts.; total, S18.'J.'5, To moot again in heaven. Messrs. A. S. Bennett, A. D. Clark GaiieF. and Byron Barnes aro new students. BEDA. C. S. White, Daviess county, was a Feb. 14 Rev. K. E. Pato filled visitor in Judge Morton's class. -his regular appointment at Mt. Iler-nio- n Miss Sadie Hendricks wu present Church Sunday. after a long absence Dudley Chapmnn, of St. Louis, To work'iijrht at homo. Mrs. L. Collins was with her Mo., visited relatives in this commu- after being absent for somo time, Dr. McCormick nity last week. Closing hymn, No. . made a trip to Owcnsboro last week. HAITI-'!- ". John II. Uurnes and Mrs. Eliza Tho Sunday School is flmirishini;, Dawson were qu'Iy married at the Attendance last Sunday, pupils, residence of tho bride's father, Mr. , f)7; 8; visitors, 2. Lea Hoover, Sunday evening by Master Waller Martin delivcied an To Kuril Mouoy Without any Kisk Rev, J. A. Bennett, May roses evinteresting recitation. er adorn their pathway. or Kxponso. Tho interest continues to grow nnd Fielden Bennett has typhoid fever. Little Currio Her, who has been tho school is in better condition than for months, sick for somo limo. is improving. Saturday night was church meeting Write iitTJuco for particulars to Miss Clam Ward has returned homo from Owcnsboro, where- she has nnd a very pleasant session was had. been visiting for somo time. I'llESIlVrEIIIA.V. Prof. S. C. Stevens, who has been Sunday School in tho very bet visiting his pupils, bado them adieu condition. Hartford, Conn. Monday. Row G. B. McDonald, who is taRumor says thero will be another king n winter vacation on account ot Happy and content Is a homo with "The Rowedding in tho near future. his health, will return to the caro of chester) a lamp with tho light of tho morning. Bnow.v Kyis, the church in April or May, Catalojjufs.wrlia Uochettc 'imp Co,,NewYorl Miul-isonvil- lo IS-ohu-tlin- g SELECT. it? epiit.t ill,IH Sm. - iri.ni, n T.17 1 .i m. U'l.vrl n .... lluwi'.vill.' .. . . rintrrp-.- ,r. Irrlnition I'.ntn.lrnUnri; Wmi IMInl I.lllvT.Iln l.JT a. in. . in 1.1 a. m i i .. ii. in. . M tn. .. II ill. . II iii. . U i''i p. in. .. 1 "" p. in. ,.. iin tip fi I'l.m ; .i fi .'. '.: fi.l'i 6 7 T m .I . tVi ?a. ti p iii til. p. m P m p in p. m p. in p. in in. p. in CASEBIER'S "BUS MKIiTS f nnnwtl,in ' Titm No. 'A hum S", "it Irtlnntm, (iini n tti'li irin mi I.mm ill.-- , liar liti.iitrt A Wp.t.rn II. II., ial aim t .M lif,iitnl. For( IitiI rr 'if , JllMtlilK, II. mu. lai In'!. I i. ALLDAILV :ta JiD .ia."snx.. TO ALL. aw , in, II. , Kjr. TIHC ?j:cc!li,,nn,"""''"i"'i"it,i' Atlrait I IliO t'A RlS ' "" Siitf?'W-iAwn-jr"n. w. aveh cr...,i f OjXTHS l pr.icb J. i. I' lithtit if. I'p I, .Inn. II. Htr, t'ai-ht- i OI tho Coiiditioa of tho mm miu ALIICK. robbing the contribution boxes in He would Louisville last Sunday. plnco his hat, where tho boxes were left after tho collections were made, and on leaving he, in reaching for his hat, would get his hand in the box. Labt Sunday after services a private detective, who had been detailed to watch him, caught him in the act and placed him under arrest. He acknowledged his guilt and begged for mercy. Ho was placed in jail. Beaver Dam 4t tho Note Heal L'n.--li SFKCIAL ATTKiNTION Docoinbor 31,1802. Closo of Business Given to the Traveling Public. THE SUGAR-BEET- . The February number of the Co). mopoWan contains an able article from tho pen of Prof. II. S. Adams on Sugar from Sunbeams in tho courso of which he lias the following to say of tho sugar-beiudustry in tho United Stntes: "There are now in this country six of those plants; the locations being Alvarado, Watsonville and Chino, in California, Grand Islam! and Norfolk, in Nebraska, and Lehi, in Utah, the last four of which were established in 1890 and 1801. All have been able thus far to copo with tho disadvantages that lie in the path ol tho iudustry in tho way of solution of tho agricultural problem, and tho business may be said to havo gained uN ready a very strong foothold. "But though still in its infancy in America, the manufacture of beet sugar is not a new departuro for us; it is only its success that is recent, The long list of failures dates back as far as 1830, (which is about tho tinio that it was placed on a permanent footing in Franco,) and for nearly n its pathway wn st rown with wrecks." et hall-cent- Tho docket of the February term of the Circuit Court at this place is very large. There aro (52 appearances on tho civil docket. The criminal dock et is still larger. Hits may speak well for tho morals of our county. Although the gentlemen of green bag proclivities nro generally a jovial fraternity, still tho exisence of such facts us theso aro depressing to tho legal mind, With nothing to do.luw-yers- , soon get down in the mouth. They "dwindle, peak aud pine." And metaphorically speaking, "go toiling hiborously through teas ot encumbering mud," as it wore. In u portion of a column in your paper entitled, "Do you know," it is broadly stated, "That Hartford has more pretty girls than any other town of its sio in tho State." Now. this is a heavy slum upon tho other towns of tho Slate. Wo opine, however, that the other towns of the Stato will be ablo to stand it without losing their equanimity. With selling nt twouty-fiv- o cents a dozen; with pork getting dangerously near ten cents per pound; with the Indies upon tho point of dashing pell-m- ell into hoop-shirtnnd with Grover Cleveland going into tho Presidential Chair, it might occur to tho thoughtful mind that Micro is trnuhuluus times ahead. All minds may rest nt ease, however, upon tho nssurnuco of our friends, tho enemy, that when tho Democratic party clutches tho reins of government, tho millenium, or something equivelant hen-eggs it I ' UKSOUBCKS. nnd Bills. . . .' S(i'J,72-'I- . Ktirnittiro nml on 1 Jtaif 1 Ill .'1,000.00 Kixtunw.. nnd in other 1, ,100.(10 Gail on usfor hnulirg A good saddle liorsc, ii mi - ' ui,WANTED'fc- 87-1- i iy &i -- leui-hors- - 11 mm t m THE PIKE. heretofore been considered ed by a majority of tho people as mere1ms within th ly a viHionnryFchemo 1ms What teams, Kusy rides to B.Dam, JJAIHMTIKS. Capital Stock S2.ri,000.()0 liorses and Be?ervo I,2!).'1.M Buggy .Surplus Fund ft.'JfiO.OO harness. Duo other Banks I02.ii: Deposits Ol.JiOtS.U In iact you can get 8!):i,2.r)l.71 Everything prompt- and sworn to beforo mc thia January .'hi, 181)3. ly and Snci.nv Tayloii, 1). G. O. (.'. Right low in prices, In Hiibmittiiig tlds wo beg toBtntc that our biiaines.i has fteadily grown as we always have eaeh month our openine;, and by tho moht cai,el'ul,watelif'uliie.is ntul Nice rigs fov hire a strict observance of'the piinciples of the most eona'ivativo Banking, wo Day or night for hopo not only to extend our ae(iiaint ouielves worthy Roth rich and poor, mice, but to tho confidence that U being bolihei ly reposed in tin. U:.(lcr all circumWo are hero to accommodate the , peoplo, each and every stances. courtesy olinll bo extended to them, but in no cuso hIiiiII safety bo Rough or geod roads for friendship or to obtain business. Jon II Baknim, Cashier. Travel is all the same On our' Bus Line and .A.Hiirrin, Jiil!n, No extra charge for HARRIS & EEED, baggage. IJAIHIEBS. ( Siib-eiibo- Bank '20,0;il.22 Spring wagons and d al- bus'ina-H- Hicri-fic- cd Opposito Sulzor and near Ulovorport Ilotol, Clovorport, Ky. Ml & BURTON, L. II. Loach and Hro,, Beda, liavo purchased property in Ilorton, and Siect prickles tit Stevens iV Collins, will inovo their drug business thero Go to Sohapmiro lor Shoes. at once, Gu to the Red Front for groceries. Carolino Brown, wifo of Mrs. Call on White. PERSONAL A. C. Coin is In town. BEAVER DAM HIGH SCHOOL Jo. Mcftanicl is in town. J. W. l'ord Is In lvvansville. to-da- II. 0. l'nco sllUVC. is tlio placo to get a Fresh oysters and celery at Stevens & Collins. i AVill be "pf5" Washington's Birthday observed in Ilnrtford tliis year by Fair recBros. & Co., tlie evcry-rcad- y ognizers of merit. Bargains,.bargains, at A.D. White's in groceries. See Carson it Co's beautiful lino ol Furniture. Go to A. D. White lor the freshest of groceries. Pickles, kraut und mackerel at the lied Front Fine clothing at low prices at Fair Bros. & Co. Bargains now in dress goods at Fair Bros. & Co. Whito'a is the place to go to get groceries cheap. at A. D. Everything lirst-claWhito's grocery. Towel-"- , era-lie- s at cost at Knhu's House. Clothing Mackerel, kraut just received at Steven? it Collins. ss appropriately ' SAINT TRUTH-TELLER- S Will Gaze Benignantly upon the lMainly Marked Goods and Will itoclare He Never Saw Such Bargains PATRON In. Business Suits, In Underwear and Shirts, In Numerous Styles of Furnishings. i In Woolens, In Dress Suits, Great clothing center, Fair Bros. it Co. a' houe. Call and see Stevens new lino of candies. it Collins' 10.00 LooknUheSlfi.OO suit for atFair Iiros. it Co. In Woolens we arc offering every yard of Dress Goods at cost. Many of them are handsome patterns and at the rrices they are going is a sacrifice. In Blankets, :oinforts, : : Carson and Co. best Dry Goods, Furniture nnd Groceries. White shirts and ties, all new, at Kahn's Clothing House. Men's heavy boots at less than cost at Kahn's Clothing House. Soo tho ologant lino of Shoes Schapmiro is rocoiving. Finest and freshest lino ofcaudics and fruits at Stevens it Collins. Go to Carson it Co. for the best and cheapest Groceries in town. The best fit nnd newest styles of clothing nt Kahn's Clothing House. Wc want your eggs, feathers, etc. Fa in Biich. it Co. The newest style of clothing nt tho Kaii.V. Clothing House. feed Yon can nlays get a first-clafor your horse at Cascbier it Burton's stable. Carson it Co. treat you light sell to you right and unfile when you cull again. ss 5 But Heavy out the Heavier Wear. Weights are always handy to have. HeavyCasimere, weight Clothing, Overcoats, Underwear, Cloaks and many other goods are going at ridiculously low figures. Visit us at once. Must have room for our large Want your spring purchase. Kggs and Feathers. N. B. These i,rices are made to close FAIR BROS. & CO., Props., Hartford Temple of Fashion. Two mares c. The closing out bargains in Dry Goods at Carson it Co's. nro "out of sight. '' nnii colts. Terms most Cull on or address, Z. Wayne Grillin & Bro. Hartford. For Sale, Evcrthing'Fnir on. Bros, it Co. say d about one of their suits you may New line ot men's shoes just received in House. newest stylo at Kahn's Clothi We must make room Cor our spring strck. In 'order to do this, c very thin-i- n Adolphian Society. Program for Public Entertainment Friday evening, Fcly 17, 1893: Invocation Rev. J. R McAfee. Original Solo L. It. Harnett. Opening Addrc-- s by tho President K. Tracy Essay Silas Grillin Literature. Messenger X. 1 Itobt. Nelson. Our ust be sold. bargains are too merous to mention. Come now,while you can buy at your own Everything price. must be cleared away by the first of March. N. N & 4 - and trustees should mako a raid Cascbier it Burton will haul your on the Blind Tigers; they aro getting Judging goods on short notice if you leave very plentiful here again. from tho number of drunk men we your orders with them. have been having hero of late, and it With every $1.00 purchase at A. nuappears like they always pick Sunday CIIOIUK I). White's, he gives you a ticket as tho ilny to get drunk and yell and Autobiography U. C. Harnett ten tickets entitle you to a clock. harrah. It has been so bad for tho Gib-eoComic Do.'laiuation, Hen C. A. D. White, tho enterprising past two Sundays that it is hardly Itoarcth and "Where tho Lion groeeryinan.has gouo to EvansvillQ to safe for a lady to go down Main St. " tho Whang Doodle Mournctli look after a boat to bring up Hough without being insulted by someone. The Adelpluans of tho Past, Itiver. Mrs. F. Wnllaco visited at McIIen-r- p II. Barnes. Future Inst week. Itemcmbcr that you can get tho Quartet. Tho Hunter's Song. John Torrcuco and wife, of MonPast Present best of rigs, saddle horses and good Tho It. E. C's of tho relaconveyance- day or night nt Cnsebier mouth, III., visited friends and and Future It. Foster. tives hero last week. S. McLean and Harvey it Burton. Queries-- C. Master Charlio Layton camo down Pruden. Buy tho best clothing of a cloth- from Beaver Dam Saturday and spent Wood. llcviow of a Poem Jno. II. that will givo you Sunday with his parents. man ing Instrumciitnl Solo Miss Nail. Kahn, what you pay for, at Prof. P. H. Ross, Centertown, vis0. M. Shtiltz, Oration Tho Next Clothing House. ited his brother, J, F. Ross.last week. Great Problem of Science. A. M. Smith, a student of HartWhy not makonll the money you Messenger No. '2 S. A. Anderson. can by buying your dry good, ladies ford College, was in town trading Quartet, "Good Night." shoes at cost as long as they Inst at Saturday. Committix or tiii: Sociim". John Tunsill visited frieuds and Kahn's Clothing House? relatives in PuradlfO Saturday and Carson it Co. are closing out tho UNION, Sunday. 3ft. Fob. 12. Misses Elfio and Olivo innin body of their stock, preparatory R. E. Her filled his regular appointvisiting in for their grand spring opening. Call Chapman, who Iunu boon ment Sunday afternoon. on them for rare bargains. Butlor count) , roturnod homo SunCliuton Itowe, Centortown, visited day. , Beauty of mud, but Fair Bros, it his sister, Mrs. 13. J. Duncan, SunWayno Paton 1ms had a light Co. have scudds of mud excluders 111 day. attack of pnenuinonia.biit is tip again. tho way of shoes at prices that uo Medford Howard attended the u:vn nr.vvnt dm. timinh MKsOllio Uockor is sick, uut 0110 need to go with damp feet. show Monday night. T11M.N8 OOINO WKST. 12.10 r. m. wo hopo si o will soon bo out again. Nn.6, Mull ami r.xprosi Calvin Brown nnd family left Tues11.10 p.m. No. 7, 1.tmcleJ l'.xire Henry Hoover nnd Martin Collins Miss Sophia Davidson is at homo day for Texas, where they will make TiaiNS noi.so i:.si. havo purchased the Red Front groMl p. . on a visit. Ko.O, Mnil and fiirm Wo regret very their future home. 3.12 No. 8, Limited Kxtcm will attond cery mid will continuo business at Miss OUio Hockor niucji to Ioo such citizens as Mr. destand. They nro school at Boavor Dam this spring. this popular and family, but what is our men and we wish them Brown FEBRUARY 17, 189!). Stevens, who has serving young FRIDAY, Miss Ophelia loss is Texas' gain. success. boon visiting at Leitchfiold, roturnRev. J. T. Mitchell filled his regu Dr. Coleman's sermons Suudny and lar appointment Sunday nnd Sun od homo last week. A. B. C. Georgo Itoid, of tho Equality Sunday night woro tho ablest, efforts, day night Tho tlicmo was neighborhood, was tho guest of C. T. perhaps, ot his lifo. Will Entertain. 0110 which had been a mooted quesBarnard last Sunday. Elsewhere will bej found tho pro tho tion in tho community forsomo time, Maimeo Itoid, who taught evEntertain gram of tho Adclpluan past five month's at Ecolsior, ro- and his powerful logic and convincing To $3,-9- 0 turnod to hor homo in tho Equality eloquenco did much both to confirm nient nt College Hall it will be an intellectual treat is and to teach. No abler sermon than Bay noighborhood last Monday. to put it mildly. These young men will of Mr. Alpha Dox-t- er theso wero over delivered in HartTho dwelling amply repay the confidcuco tho pubford. was btirnod last Wodnosday. lic has in them and success is assured. Mr. Dexter was away from homo at There is a story going tho rounds This with its eisterocicty. tho R, E. S. B. F. tho timo. to the effect that 0110 day last week C's is 0110 of tho best features of tho Deputy ShcriH J. W. O'Baiinon, a school with which it is connected man by tho name of Stewart and the a school too, whoso overy part is exFarmers! Town Marshal of ltosino went to ar- cellent. Hartford is proud of her First-clas- s rest a man by tho niuno of Peace, and societies. Tho best talent ot tho school not finding him at homo waited his is gathered into them and the exerreturn. In tho mean time thoy filled cises will bo a public demonup on liquor and began to bo disor- stration of tho fact so far as tho mnking indecent proposals to concerned. & derly,Peace, firing thoir pistols, etc. Mrs. BROWN'S IROX BITTERS Next day Mrs. Pieco camo to Rosino Cure ImtlKotlon. Illllouiuria, fij ipcpslo, Mali. to bring tho officers of tho law to jus ana ficnoral Ptwltty. 1'hiil-da- n tieo, when thoy compromised tho rla, NerrcuintM. it. All ilonV.ra Mil It. Gcnulno recommeml & baa trade mark and crimed rol lines on w rapper. case. Pre-cnta- No dozen prices, but straight forward, honest way of selling clothing at Fair B103, it Co. Frank Brown, of tho Victory noighV. O. Harnett .starts to Kvansville, borhood, died Monday night and buried Tuesday. Sho was an excelVan May, Norton, was in to see us lent woman, n good wife and a kind Monday. neighbor. Tho boroavod onoi liavo J. T. Yates, Ilcfliti, was in town tho sympathy of the entire commu- Tuesday. nity. 15. 1. Moore, the hustling logman, Mrs. Susan Slovens, mother of is in town. TUITION FOR TERM OF TEN WEEKS. Mrs. J. K. Rowc went to touisvillc Sheriff, . I. P. Stoions, died at tho ' .811.75 In Primary Department. homo of tho lattor on Sunday night yesterday. 13.00 Charley I.cacli, Hcda, was in the In Intermediate Department lust, of heart trouble. Sho was in her city Tuesday. 1 had eighty-six- th 0.25 year an boon al In High School Department Miss Stella Thomas is visiting lotted more than tho usual lonirth 7.50 In Collegiate Department ofhuman existence. Sho was lovod friends in IVoiti&villc. Board in private families from 2.00 to 82.25 per week. A. I Ilaird, lledn, made our office a and respected by all for her many virtues and her pious example will pleasant call Monday. Wo have Courses of Study to suit all ntid very decidedly guarantee satlio long in tho minds an 1 hearts of Miss I,eta Kagland, Rosine, is visisfaction to all earnest students. Send for circulars for further information, iting Mrs. IJ. 1). CulTy. many people. W. D. I.ticc made a business trip to DORA E. GIBSON, Vice Pres. E. R. RAY, Presideutj Ficlden Williams, of the Liberty Owensboro last week. neighborhood, died Sunday night and Chas. R. Campbell, Kinderhook, was buried Monday at tho family was in town Wednesday. burying ground. He was 0110 of tho Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Coleman went county's best nnd most highly respected citizens. When ho was quite to Whitesvillc yesterday. R. P. Baird, Kinderhook, made us young, the solo care of his mother and a large family of younger chiU a pleasant call yesterday. C. M. Cole spent Sunday with dien devolved upon him, owing to friends at Sulphur Springs. the death of his father. Ho strugMrs. 15. D. G u fTy went to Rosine gled nobly on, grew to manhood nnd married a mnt estimable lady, Miss Tuesday returning Wednesday. Bcttie Taylor, who, with a large famHenry Carson and T. J. Morily of children, survtvo him. Mr. ton spent Sunday fii Beaver Dam. Williams was a noble man, a chrisJohn J. McIIcnry returned from a tian gentleman, loved, respected and business trip to Louisville Wedneshonored. On tho the shoulders of his day. noble boy, Ois, now rests tho caio of Wm. A. Carson and Mrs. Hettie tho family, as was the case with his Her, Ikda, gave us a pleasant call Tuesday. father before him. ! Mr. Sid Boarth, Buford, one of our Tho Show is Horo. But a large show is at Fair Bros, it stattnehest Republicans, called to see us Wednesda3'. Co.s' line of clothing. Dr. Ilammons and Miss Addie Thomson, Ilorton, visited friends in ROSINE. Fob. 14. Mr. Phaupaud and town Monday. family have moved into one of Mr. G. M. Miller, traveling salesman II. C. Watts' bouses on McIIonry for W. A. Guenther, Owensboro, is BUTin town this week. Street .Tamos Miss Enola Wcsterfield went to Messrs. James Poach nnd Byors lmu exchanged property and Louisville yesterday, where she will engage in the Millinery business. will inovo in a few days. Herbert Brewer, Beaver Dam, BamMiss Agnes Childs returned home Monday, after a visit to friends in berger, Bloom & Co.'s popular traveling salesman, was in town this week. Ilorton. Miss Fannie Clarkson, one of HarArchie Romans and Willie Tilford, din county's most popular young laCanoyvillo, wero tho guests of tho dies, is visiting Miss Isabelle McIIen- Missos Allen Sunday. ry. Miss Bello Wlnttinghill attended Mr. Will P. Scott, an old newspatho entertainment given at Ilorton per man, but now traveling for the Saturday night. Solum Tailoring Co., Iuisville, was Mis Lota K;i''liui(l is visiting Mrs. in town this week. Brady, of Horso Branch. J. A. Robertson and C.K. Lehberry, An infant child of Moso House is HARTFORD, KY. Owenboro, representing the Mutual very sick. Reserve Fund Life Association of M. S. Itagland wont to Fordsvillo New York, are in the city. Sunday on business. Mrs. Ned Pendleton, Cherokee, Miss Rilla Wlnttinghill will visit Kan., who has been visiting the famfriends in Beaver Dam the last of ily of her father-in-laDr. J. E. tho weok. Pendleton, left for her home Monday. Tho Misses Crahan, of Horso A. W. Mills, Kinderhook; Hosca Branch, visited Missos Sallio and Shown and W. C. Ambrose, Beda, Liio Curley Friday and Satur- and John M. Bishop, Centertown, were among the many callers at our day. X. office Saturday. eac&ers' Practical institute: SPRING SESSION OPENS JAN. 3193. Improved Chilled Plows, The very Best Plow made. Also Agent for McCormick Mowing Machines and Hayrakes, Olds Wagons. All of which are the best. You will do well to call on Res'y, him. Who would have thought it That DANE. Thought what? TRACY has the AGENCY for the ACME HARROW, the best on earth, for OHIO and LER Counties. He also has the WELL! WELL! DAN F. TRACY, OxirexisborO ROCKFORT. It appears to us as if out town ofli-ce- rs PLEASANT RIDGE. Feb. 14. I frequently see communications to the Herald from our little village, but have never seen anything in your paper from here, so I will write a short letter. Our school is on a boom. Fourteen new scholars matriculated last MonOnposito City Scales. B. DRIVER, Manager. day morning. I think with the corps Repairing and We.do work as cheap as anybody, quality considered. of teachers we have it will prove very Givo us a call. BUGGIES FROM $35 UP. epaioting dono promptly. satisfactory. The Eureka Literary Society, which meets every Friday night, is one of the best societies in the county. It is carried on with all rules, regulations . and by-lain common with a literary society. Mrs. Dr. Hoovu edited the paper, "Eureka News," last Friday night, and of course we had a splendid paper. Miss Sue Jenkins left last Friday evening for her home at Habit, returning Sunday. She was accompanied by Miss Carrie Lindley. Miss Oma Trogland returned last Wednesday evening, after a short stiy at Greenbrier, having secured a school there, commencing the first Monday in March. Mr. Fred Yeiser, of Hartford, was the guest of his son, Mr. Bud Yeiser, Sunday night, returning Monday, accompanied by his little Miss Tiny Yeiser. Phil May returned home yesterday from a weeks stay in Owensboro. Herbert Brewer, the famous drummer, passed through our town stopping over long enough to sell quite a bill of goods to our merchants. Bro. Cashinan, our Methodist min ister, will begin a series of meetings next Sunday. The following Sunday Dealer in Horses, Buggies, Carringos, Road Carts, Owensboro Wagons Novici:. is Dr. Coleman's day. -3"Saddla or Harness Horses for sale or hire at all times. ItH m Mr. Thompson Williams, of Tayloj Mines, died at his home at that place Tuesday night, and was buried at the family burying ground near Liberty church Wednesday. lie was a younger brother of Fielden Williams who was buried on Monday and was like Is It possible a Top Buggy with Silver -plated Dash Rail, Seat Rail, Handles, him a most excellent citizen, m iiuu fjuuus aim h'uatv wj w uwiw uvvi mmj&fe"Wr" ioiimpnia pe$y field. - - taWe, Truly, BMIES, VEHICLES, CARTE. Oarsoa db Co. ,"Afyssx V. R. R. grand-daughte- r, to-da- Our choice Fancy Brand, good for ery day use, only per barrel. Call for itat the Hartford FLOUR! $37.50 SOUTHERN QUEEN $37.50 Water Mills. Rough Rivor. Lam Nursery, for 10c White Seed Oats call a piece. Call on us. on D. J. Coleman Respectfully, Chick Co. Co., Beaver Apple Trees. apple tree? at tho Beaver i'ii For Northern Adel-phiansn- io of Knox- ville, Tcnn., went down the river yesterday to look after stone for the liiasonrvofthe locks and dam. The contract will be let on the 25th, at Cincituiatti, and Mr. Koon will make n bid. He found no suitable stone to South Carollton and goes to visit the quarry there. W. P. Koon, Contractor, THEREPUBLIOAN COURIER-JOURNA- and the Write Dam, L WEEKLY will bo sentono year to any address for our New 80 page Catalogue Auuress of all klads of Vehicles. M S. A or $1.75. Address The LICAN, Hartford, Ky. REPUB- CINCINNATI, THE SOUTHERN BTJGGY - CO. OHIO, U. miiM .iiiMiufW'yrajrvBjr'Ftwi'ifi. "Ws.4. Hartford Republican FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1803. often when it was round impossible to muster a quorum in tho sennto or house tho missing statesmen could be found hero. Draw poker was tho chief gamo at Pendleton's. Washington Post. Tlio I'lituro of tlm Itrnln. THE ROOTS OF THE MOUNTAINS. Croat IJIrVntlotn Rink Into llio Earth M Icebprc Sink Intti Water. It is well known that mountains inac-curat- by Mr. Fisher. It isthat everymouu-taimass on a continent lias n much larger mass projecting beneath the crust into tho liquid bubstratum, exactly as an iceberg has a larger mass under tho water than nbovo it. Kir Q. B. Airy argued that whether the crust woro 10 miles or 100 miles thick it could not bear tho weight of such a moss as tho Himalayan and Thibetan plateaus without breaking from bottom to top and receiving 6upport by partially sinking into tho liquid mass. The best experiments show that tho proportlouato densities of moat rocks in a solid and n liquid stato uru approximately as ico ia to water, and thus no mountain masses can 1mi formed, whether by lateral pressure or other agency, without a corresponding protuberance forming below to keep tho crust in equilibrium. It is this displacement of tho denser substratum by tho less denso "roots of tho mountains" that leads to tlio total attraction of such mountain being less than it otherwiso would bo. In our author's words, "The roots of tho mountains can bo felt by means of tho plumb lino." A. It. Wallace in Fortnightly Roviow. n attract tlio plumb lino, nnil thus render latitudes determined by its means or by a spirit or mercurial lovel in their vicinity. During tlio trigonometrical survey of India tlio amount of this error was carefully determinod in several localities near mountains, but a discrepancy appeared. When the mass of tlio Himalayas was estimated and its attraction calculated, it was found to bo more than the observed attraction. Tlio sanio tiling had occurred in tho original experiment by Maskolyno at Scholinllion, in Scotland, and a similar deficiency in tho error produced was noticed by Petit in tho caso of tho Pyrenees. Many attempts were rando to explain tho discrepancy, but that which was advanced by tho lato SirG. B. Airy Boems best to account for all tho phenomena and is that adopted o Wo doubt, regarding tho equilibrium of tho head and tho harmony of its parts, whether tho brain will gain greatly in volume. Its anterior lobes may perhaps iucreaso till tho axis of gravity passes tho middlo of tho bnso of tho skull. Dolichocephaly will bo replaced by a universal liraeliyceph-nly- . Tim quality of tho cells is suro to improve. On that side no limits can lio discerned, and in that direction man mny hope to roach tho Buddhist's ideal. When man shall have thus been exalted by his intellectual faculties, tho lower types nearest to him will havo disappeared, and those animals related which nro now most cloi-el- y to him will bo no more, and tho interval lietwcen him and tho other types will havo widened to nn unfathomable gulf. Paul Topinard in Popular Science Monthly. , the t, po of tho ti'ket wns" transferred to tin" iron in distinct characters. Following up the iiK-.- i which this fact suggested, ho procured a heatproof ink, with which ho wrote .lvortedly on ordinary white paper, 'j his paper was introduced into the iv ld beforo the molten iron was poured u. Wheu tho mold cooled the paper had been consumed by tho heat, but tho ink, which had remained intact, had loft a clear impression on tho iron. St. Louis Republic. Hound to lie llciulj. To Shuop Raisora. of our limner, nmltlicy .ire niiiiiy who arc engaged iu sheep raising, o give spaeolo the billowing circular, which they will do well to rend, ponder and follow. Here it i: To our CHttomtra anil frianlt: Tlio following circular has been received at our olllcc, ami wo lake pleasure in mailing them broadcast over the country and think it will be mutually beneficial to all parties concerned. Wo do hope that these suggestions will bo promptly complied with. The parlies who have tiltaeh-c- d I heir mimes to lliu circular are mining the large-- t -- laughters nnd hiimlleis of cheep and Iiiiiiii- - in the Very l.cv, I'liited States. Mani'Ii:i.h iV .Ji:rnm:.s. of tlio.-- o ROCKPORT GLEANINGS. For the benefit Where I)nl.eiiil l'rnelN lo? "Won't you let mo tako your pencil, Uncle John.'" littlo Billy and Jenny pipe, climbing upon Uncle John's knees. Ho Lad let them tako a pencil yesterday and tho day and every day back for a week, but ho pulls out his nice long tiem-inow, knowing perftvlly that ho Will never beo it again. There aio, tube suro, generally two or tlnvo pencils with chowed ends lying nbout Billy's nud Jenny's hou.se; you are likely to l bo-for- e sit on one when you settlo down in an easy chair, or to roll ono under the solo of your shoo us you come down stairs, but these appearances bear no jort of relation to tlio disappearance. Where do they go? -- Boston Transcript. I'reeluu lilts of I'mlr), In u recent address Professor Eliot Harvard dwelt on the idea that the unnoticed influences in the education of the young often do much to mold character. "Thero are," ho said, "bits of poetry in my mind I learned in infancy which havo stood by mo inkeepingmo true tomy ideas of duty and life. Rather than o these I would have misted all tho I over heard." New York of lo.-tor-mou- s Tribune. AOiore nn the riorltlu Oust. In lSb" tho btoanishipTregano went ashore on the Florida coast about '.'.I miles north of Cape Florida. Fif teen small vessels and a force of I'CO men worked M days to get her afloat, whin she was taken to Key West, where tho admiralty court awarded t ho Mil vors $30,000. Xew York Even-toy AnlniaL Talk With Each Other. A sound or gesture mado byanani-- , mal under any mental or emotional impression and calling out a similar ouo in another animal is on element of language. When tho rabbit (Lupus cuniculus) quickly beats tlio ground, its fellow rabbits know that thero is danger somowhoro, and they take action accordingly. That is rabbit language. When tho hunter imitates tho rabbit and thus convoys tho samo ideas, ho is "speaking" tho rabbit language for tho timo being. Many animals Ubo sipns, which of courso nro understood through the eyes. Tlio ants converse by touching antennro and feet; many insects nib tho elytra. This is animal in its simplest form. It but few ideas. But thero nre animals which aro capablo of modulating their "voices." Even tho common rabbits, which seem to bo mute, nro constantly making sounds, which a little observation will soon discover to bo over changing in volume, modulation, etc. Much of this method of communication changes when tho animal is brought into civilization from tho wild stato. Tlio wild dog, for instance, barks verylittlo when in freedom. How tho household dog barks and is ablo to express himself is well known. Copenhagen Family Journal. Ian-guag- Bun. Coloring I'ooil Products. How to Clean a I.amji Clilmnt-)- . Every old bachelor knows how to clean a lamp chimney. Ho never bothers with chamois leather or anything of tlio kind, but just holds tho glass chimney in tho steam from n kettlo until sufficient moisture has collected, when ho wipes it out with nn old handkerchief, or, bettor still, an old kid glovo. This is tho easiest way imaginable for making an old chimney shino like a crystal, and it is far moro effective thun tho ordinary methods sworn to by experts who have graduated in tho kitchen and think a bachelor who lives by himself docs not know nnythiug. St. Louis Globe-Democra- t. lid Slci'i by Honlicl Water. Among tho numerous presents sent to u shah of Persia by one of tho Rus-bia- n emperors was a bedstead of extraordinary magnificence It is said to havo been entirely made of crystal and was accessiblo by htotH of tho batno material, all worked in imitation of largo diamonds, iucrusted in a solid frame. On each sido wero hpouts made to eject water, which by its imiumtriug invited bleep. Chicago Herald. Interett In I1)kIiiii-- , Interest in tho of hygieno beems to bo on tho increase. Colleges which havo heretofore given no special courses on tins Mibject aro now devoting moio attention to it. Tho University of Duilmni, England, has established two now degrees which it confers, B. Hy. and D. Hy., which stand for bnehelor and doctor of hygieno respectively. Surtluml HLCitmllt-- . Sarti, n writerof music, could com-po- o only in a dark room, lit by a binglo candlo. This peculiarity bhowed itself in his work, for most of it indicates that huwas a mau of gloomy imagination. Harper's Bazar. llltturlol'lare In Vhi1iIiikIoii. Many memories cluster about the cigur shop at tlio corner of Pennsylf vania nrouuo and street Years ago Joseph Shillington hadabookshopand uowbstnnd there. It is said that ho was the first man to keep on nolo out of town nowspapors. In their day it was tho rendezvous for Daniel Webster, Hetiry Clay, John C. Calhouu, Chief Justico Marshall and other men now well known in history. Shillington has gone tho way of all flesh, and tho books and jwriodicals gave way to cigars and tobacco. What stories thoso old walls havo heard Wheu Senator James W. Bradbury of Maiuo, who was a member of tho tenato from 1817 to 1823, comes to Washington nowadays ho is buro to stop at Shillingtou's corner and observo tho changes. Further west in tho snmo block stt.od in formor years a building which contained tho celobrated gambling resort of Edward Pendleton. There is. u loignd iaWasi.ljglcatliat Four-and-a-hal1 Sausages both meat and bkin nro dyed with nnilino colois for tho purpose of liiding tho color of unhealthy or stnlo meat which may havo been used. Jams, especially plum jams, nre generally dyed with anilino colors, and sugar confectionery is hardly over without such artificial dyo. Alo is darkened with burned sugar, as also aro brandies and whiskies. It must bo admitted that in by far tho majority of these cases tho color used is entirely harmless and has no influence on tho health of tho consumer. Yet there aro a number of anilino colors which aro positively poisonous even when puro. Sucii colors are picric acid nnd its salts, martius yellow, safranine, methvieu blue, dinitrocresol and aurnntia. Others, unobjectionable hi themselves, beconio poisonous owing to their modo of manufacture, which leaves in tho products poisonous impurities, such as arsenic (rarely), Milts of copper, tin or zinc, Tlio manufacturer of sausages or jams has not tho least idea whether tho color ho uses may not belong to ono or other of tho above, to which doubtless many others could be added, anil oven if tho quality of color consumed by ono individual may bo exceedingly small it is palpably ovldent that no .! t'.irtlng. buch manufacturer should havo the Josses carved from stono aro rave right touso such colors. Drugs, Food nnd dear. Grent mandarins pay fab and Drink. ulous prices for small ones made from jade; thoso mado of the pale Condition of I ml mi I'urlivlit. green and listht bluo shades aro much Tlio condition of tho unfortunato moro valuable than tbewhite, yellow pariahs in India continues to occupy or brown. Liu, tho former governoi tho attention of philanthropic pe'-ton- of Formoa, owns a joss about s Apart from a series of careful inches high, which is said to bo 2 Investigations undertaken by tho mis- centuries old and to bo worth $10,000. sionaries, Mr. Tremcnheere, the col- Small ones of 1 to i inches high sel lector of Chingleput, has been dom cost less than i'lm to f'Wn. inquiring into tho subject, Tho difficulty of cutting tho reand ho has embodied tho result in a fractory stono is great, and is the report to tho government. While tho chief reason for its high price. In missionaries, however, have been met Funchau they muko many jos-e- s out with a peremptory official denial of of steatito and selenito of various their allegations, Mr. Tremeuheero colors. Theio nro rather neat and has been severely rebuked by tho aro very cheap. Tlio softness of the government, who pronouueo his stato Btono allows tho dealer to givo a ments "sensational," and declare his newly carved imago tho iippciraneo proposals to bo "utterly impractica- of great antiquity by rubbing it with ble." a littlo fine sand. An hour's work Yot thoso who havo a personal removes all bhapo lines and produces knowledge of tho unhappy victims that effect which marks all ancient of casto prejudice declare that they btatues from tho sphinx downward. aro oppressed by n system which can -P- hiladelphia Press. only bo described as blavcry. Tho Snmo pariah, it is said, finds it difficult, if Some humorous definitions taken not impossible, however hard ho mny strugglo for an independent exist- from tho examination papers of her ence, to hold a plot of land, and oven scholars by Miss A. C. Graham aro the humble cot which shelters him is a" follows: Phojuicinns Tlio inventors of no louger his own if it should unblinds. B.icehnual A native fortunately happen to tako tho fanny a of some covetous and bconiful vitiligo of Bechunnn, iu South Africa. A thing used to tako like"marasdar." London 2fews. nesses with. Watershed A place in Slum lug n I'nat. which bouts nro stored in winter. As a rule, tho man who rides on a Gender Is tho way wo tell what sex frco pass does not seriously object to n man is. Cynical A cynical lump Bhowing it, but ho does hato to bo of sugar is ono pointed at tho top. nunoyed aud suspected by tho con- Immaculate Statu of thoso who have ductor. A passenger on tho Royal passed tho entrance examination at Bluo was requested to show hispass London univeisity. Hydrostatics four times between Baltimore and Is when a mad dog bites you. It is Philadelphia. called hydrophobia wheu a dog is "Look hero, Mr. Conductor," said mnd and hydrostatics when a man ho at last, "is there anything wrong catches it. University Correspondwith that pass? Did you over bco ent. ono boforol'' Ileul i:iijii)ineiit. "If you wero in my placo, you Most of tho enjoyments that wo couldn't too them too often. You really havo wo llud in thoso don't know perhaps that only about unsought for hours which, 1 pass in 10 is good on tlio vestibuled wo profess to consider tho most tedi- trains, and when u conductor turns oils hours of quiet and useful ac- in ouo that isn't ho is responsible ami tivity, when wo aro not thinking in must stand tho loss. Yours 6eems to tlio least of pleasure hours touched bo all right, and wo shall not worry with the tenderness of friendship or you again." domestic love, with spirits kindled to It Koems to bo tho custom of most a crystal flamo by tho earnestness of roads to givo free pass holders the quiet benefit of tho slower truins. Now These aud undemonstrative converse. are tho things that feed and York Tribune. succor tho soul and redeem tho niel-- 1 A, Lampnmn in inieholy of life. llnuilniltlnif on Iron. a fortunnto accident that Toronto Globe. It led to tho discovery of tho method of Cowtier'lovcdlicts.uiiiThiid nt ono transferring handwriting to iron. An timo II vo rabbits, tlnvo hmvs, two iron founder, while oxiorinicnting Ktiinca jiigs, n niutrpio, n jay, a star-linn- ', with molten iron under different con. two canary bird.y, two dogs, u ditions, accidentally dropped a ticket "rutlrAil nnil u umii'i-o- l I jier-tonalPhco-nicinn Chi-maeruuro-gardedas I Thero wns nn extremely ludicrous nnd noticeablo porformai co in n Portland church Sunday. In tho middlo of tho service tho to .ton wns seen to tiptoe up tho aislo nnd whisper to n well known physician, who picked up his coat and hat and started out. In nbout two minutes an equally well known undertaker who sat about six seats farther back on tho same aislo picked up his coat and hat and also tiptoed his way out, evi- To ii'linm it man cmmrti: dently deeming it a caso of sine We, the undersigned, who are largo death nnd desiring to be in time purchasers ot Ciumd.i and We-icr- n Bangor Commercial. lambs, would rtpei-tfullsubmit the A l'uilllly Ticket. which, it adSeo hero! What did following suggestions, Mr. Suburb you tako up my family commutation hered too, will be of mutual benefit to all concerned. ticket for? Tin! tnriieto Railroad Superintendent That to whom we sell our ilrc-e!tiinbticket has been presented to our con- have gradually becninj averse to ductors by forty different women buck lambs, and now iMkcudd'idcil within a month. Mr. Suburb That's all right. They stand tigniii.st them, ami want ull wero sen-an-t gills. New York ewes nutl wetlieis. Weoklj They will not handle buck lamb-- , Mill ii Ocntltmnti. iu price unles wc make a coucc-sio- ii "It is not singular how tho torni of two ceiiN per pitiml, ilrecil 'gontlcmnu' is misapplied?" said a young clubmau of this city recently. weight. This ililliculty can lie over- "Only tho other night," ho con- come if all persons nicini; lamli-f'.- r tinued, "as I was walking down niaiket wi e tl.eir buck IuiiiIh. Fifth avenue a very decently dressed We would -- newest tlutt ull lariuers fellow who.se face was quite familiar to mo touched me on tho arm, and castrate their luick lambs ue.t year, calling nto by name uddicsscd a sim- and hereby ' ive notice that we shall ..'. ple question to me. make nilillerenee of from sevonlv-fiv- e "After speaking for a moment or cents to one dullar per head iu'piice so ho slid, 'You don't remember mo, between buck lambs anil ewe ami do you, Mr. Blank ' "I replied that his fneo was cer- wether lamb-- , same ugeaiul quality, tainly familiar, but that I could not as buck lambs have to be -- iild iu our recall Ins name or recollect whero I market for two cents, per pound, dress- had met him. " 'My name is Jones,' ho answered. ed weight, lower than ewo mid weth- 'Don't you remember mo now? I'm cr lambs, same quality. Signed, John Siiiu, tho 'gentleman' what you had sent up to the island for ono year. They CO., J. llAlllllSUTON let mo out yesterday. Won't you givo A. V.vNiimmKHC, me a dollar? Ni:w i:.V(.i,AM UiiKssm, "Then I recollected him distinct.meat a n i. woo.. co. ly," continued the speaker, "as a waiter in a boarding house who stole Aaiio.v L,:vv, my clothes about a year beforo and N. Y. V. .wi) M. Co. who was arrested and stnt to Black-well'- s David Siia.nxo.v, ishuid on my complaint. His .1. M. iV i. Sl'A.VI.O.V, unmitigated cheek in rcfereuco to 11 iii.uat& Dai.to.n. himself ns n 'gentleman' actually led mo into giving him tho dollar ho S, .1. Tayi.oii. asked for." Now York Herald. Xcw York, Dec. I ISO:!. A Jnetl(in of lliiuntlc. A Startling Olfcr. Tho legislature of tho state of Maino has again and again passed a law ofThe l!i:fiiuiN ami "the ow fering a bounty for bears that have York Tribune both one year for been killed and repealed it overy time. In the year lbT:) over .'.oob onlvSl.25. were paid in bounties by the state, ".. I ho Kurnu.K'AN and I he Home and the next year a member from a shore town introduced bill for the and Farm Ixiih one year for only law's repeal. He said that huuteis would un- si. --'". doubtedly kill tho bears for tho sake . ... . fiino t i iiiuTUMCANfliiti me Aiiioiican of tho meat ami pelts without the extra inducement of the bounty. l'sirmer Imth one vonr for Sl.t-o- . Upou this u stalwart backwoodsThe Kia'l'lil.KAN ami Womankind man rose in his might and said: "Tlio gentleman don't rightly botii one year for only l.2'. know what he's talkin about. Most The Kia't'HLicAX and the Courier-Journof tho b'ars are killed when they're nothin but coobs, when their meat both one year br only l.7.". aud pelts are wuthless." The HupL'Iiuca.v nnd the Cosmo"Let them grow till they are of value, then," said tho member from politan both one year for only Gli.OO. tho bcacoast sharply. This applies to both new subscribers "Aud I would like to ak tho gentleman what them b'ars are to live ami to renewals. on whilst they aro growinr" inquired tho backwoodsman in n tone of withering bcorn. "Our cheep, I pmumc to say, and a baby now and thou!" Trib- Tho bill for tho repeal was not pnsed on that occasion. Youth's Companion. not ii d Ica-trat- There was another wreck on the N. N. iV M. V It. II., at lids place on the fitli. No 1", llie hut freight was bucking out ot the nud turned two curs over ntitl lore the track up delaying nil lln Irnum tilmut live or mk hours the ceo"iid wreck in two weeks lime. Our little vilage - nn n bnoin at present; there vfuiint house in town, Mi.--s Nellie Young relumed homo on the Steamer, Satiinlny night, ami comrqucntly ccvoiui of our young men wear long face IIih Itr-eii- o, fffi3 -- w. -- v JL -- v y v v" One reason why Scolts Emulsion of Pnru No. wegian Cod Liver Oil ami Ilypophosphttcs of Lime and Soda has had such a l.ire sale, is because it is "Aimost as p.ilatablo as milk;" but tho best reason is that its curative propertied are unequalled. It cures the cough, supplies the y.iste uf tissues, produces flesh and builds up the entire system. Bootl's KmiiMon euros Couallfl, Colds, Conaumptlon. Scrofula, nnd all Anocmlc and Wnotlnrr Dtscnaoo. Provents tvantlnt; In children, .tlmu-- us iiittittuAlti at l'u-vu- week. Mr. .biines L'nr'iies who bin been filing on the N. N. & M. V., for i years, it'stalmcd bin position mini. t,lct only Mm irrniiliir. by k Hon m, CliTnUln, and came home Sunday. York, tiulil tiy ull l'.iu,;g.lii. Our genial friend, Frank (Whier, ot Reaver Dam, win in town Saturday and Sunday, lie came to cee wnmcwiMr vmvmr'titiXKrwi bis parents, of cumse. Alev CairiiM filled bis regular ai KSPiJws&t rr poititnieiit Sunday afternoon There was a party nl the A of M. .1. Iifid. S.iiiiHny iiikIii. who attended report a jdcii-ni- 'i ii..M''. '- - 1' iiMiin fA ..(. f A- - w'. ' Ci v. Pom t patents this week, at Ky. Mi. .1. I', liu-- i it on th V -, Now ItfflM? !.yi nwaMwuy.'fcMr.wa W xmi s f?y J Jj Jm , m? r " rV,T-TtC - , Mff mVj 1 l.l'l - ;,".. -- t&Ni aKaviW!iJSW.r X'V'Ti&'TF.rk'i.'i m, "5. I k- V-- ii PSMHi 'i ju,yi.'ViiLiiiWj'vwy:e jiA m rfJ im 'his lb-- week . 14. bul-siil- V, Liyiou was eot to llie hi- - -- n n'i hither, win quite iek. Itev. .1. S MeDnnirl tilhil hi re ular appointment bore Sinuluv. A. 11. ('. A "m,!, - - ice ,,, . 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