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CONGRESSIONAL 'I ho .KI'L'JIMCAN otirior-tioiirnnl and both one year for oii. ly.SI.T5 TERMS S1.25 mill Fublisker. PARTY IN TEE FOURTH DISTRICT, Per Annum, In Aim... VOL. VI. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1893. had been gotten up to give mc a nice chance for "proposing." II V K. ST. JAM l'.S. My room was Illumined only by the low, ruddy gleam of the fire as I enJim was nllera a favorite home, tered it. It sccmttl very lonely, with The old man's hope and pride the vacant chair beside the round He loved to look nt the liatuisonic boy, whose books and papers and piles To stand close by his bide. ol engravings were all in confusion. Jim was n gentleman, you see, I sat down and began to ponder vaWith a scholar's eddication, rious things. llecu to college way up north, I had never met nny girl whom I And had a .siUiwation. landed sufficiently to invite her to While I was a scapegrace of no worth, share my wealth. Perhaps I was Could scarce write my name; lie that as it might, 1 cannot blame our Cisntleiiiau Jim If he looked nt tuc in sli.tme. a new fancy had taken possession of the citadel of my brain. I wouldadopt he was a handsome lad Jim the little friendless damsel of the With Rlossy, curly hair, Teeth so even nnd dazlin' white, .street crossings. And skin as a baby's lair. I would educate her as my wile ought to be educated; I would teach While you see my lace was plain, h'olks said ( was sullen, too; her to love nic, and then You know I did not en'y Jim, I involuntarily sprang to my feet as Hut I felt the least bit blue. I pictured forth mentally the glorious Ours was n risiii' villnjje, loveliness into which her childish Honstiti' of a bank, you see. beauty would expand! It was a setWhere Jim had n 'sponsible tKrsitioti, tled thing I would adopt her! And errands was run by me. And I adopted Winny the only One iukIiI when the snow was fhllitt' name to which the half savage young fast, elf would own. How well do I remember, "And now, Winny, ' said I, the Tw.ts thehaide.'.t winter we ever seen, Aud'twastheu about evening belote my pretty little proThe old man who watched the bank tege was to be placed under the care of Madam Delarue, to be thoroughly was sick, And I was to take his place, remodeled, "you know you are to be They thought it was an honor, too, my little wife in about eight years." To a worthless old scapegrace. Winny sat on the edge of the fenV'iii .sec the room was snug and warm. ders, kicking her little feet on the car-pt- t, I think I must have slept, as she devoured the cream candy Whtti 1 was waked by the faintest and sugar plums wherewith I had won noise, As 1 finished speakiugshe ; her heal I Just as if some one crept. fi.el her large eyes solemnly on my I'lom the corner where 1 was, you see, face. I I could see and not be seen. "I.ittleuife? What does that mean?" There knelt a man in n great furco.it; ' I watched what could it mem? "Why," said 1 rather embarrassed, "it means that I shall love you very And then the thought ol a robber much, and buy you new dresses and Flashed across my troubled brain As I heard the door of the great safe,, bracelets and". s. I NO. 5. til he had reached the age of ninety that hcTrcccivcd the honor of a gold medal from Congress, a"kuowledging and commemorating his service of saving his fellow-meThis was the more remarkable from the fact that Francis was but a small boy when he done hiswork ns a lifeboat maker. When he was eleven' years o'd he built a "small boat with cork in her bow nnd stern; and this boat is said, very likely with truth, to have been the first built in America. Joseph Francis ins been called the inventor of the but he had Before his no claim to the title. birtli made after the design of Liolel Lukin, patcntcJ in Iinglaud in 1785, and fully described in a pamphlet ol about that date, had been launched in Kuglnud. These early were made on the principal still in use, of extra buoyancy obtained by means of water-tigh- t air cases on the sides and ends. The Knglish inventor hnd the apathy to contend with in bringing about the adoption of his boat that found. Francis the American Though a considerable number ol lifeboats had been built in F'nglaud by, the year 1803, public interest was not aroused in them until 1823, when the. t Institution was formroyal ed nnd many boats were built. The use of the invention has developed until now this famous institu-tip- u keeps nearly three hundred boats manned on the Brittish coasts, and every year saves directly several hundred lives from wrecks, besides saving annually twenty or thirty ships whose crews would become hopelessly exhausted but for the op-- 1 portunity of escape afforded by the life-bolile-boa- t, life-boatlile-bonLife-boalife-boa- t. licvccl lo think I was not to marry that girl. I sent a cordial letter and a set of pearls to Winny tho next day, and received per post an affectionate and grateful acknowledgement of the same Then I plastered niy wounded feelings by a trip to the far west. After three mouths I returned sunburned, to my den in jovial nnd heart-whol- e the hotel. "Very nice lo be at home again," "Now, I was my first reflection. hope that not a soul will come near mc for I want to enjoy at least one quiet evening in my old tn-bl- e, felt at tho prematura (Uvlhiu of Amur-leawomen. llublts of llf.i lmvo much to ito with iirevalllnp conditions. Their s, correction will Improve coming nud corroctlvo medicines have Just us much to do with tho present. Dr. Gunner's Kidney nnd Backache Curo Is n, poslllvo spccKlo In all ktdnoy comphilutn, gravel, stono In hlnddcr, fcmalo weakness and Irregularities, moth on face, etc., Improves nppotite and digestion, corrects and restores to normul notion nil organs of tho body and purliles tho blood. Also cure hciidntfhe, backache, dropsy, rheumatism, skin diseases, drowsiness, (lulluchS, and brine freshness and bloom to tho cheek, elasticity to tho step nnd cheerfulness nnd contentment to tho inlnd. If satisfaction not trlven money refunded. Costs notMujj to try it '1 uko homo a bottle i n jfouo-rationsleep-lestueis, to-da- J)imi)pninlmtnt quarters." Vain hope, were not the knuckles of the waiter nt that instant on my ONE DOLLAR EVERY . I. lite iri ii iliy, or in t h mi, nn.i I' I. iiMly eiiriml by uiiv hup of clllur m In nnr 1'iirl ( theeountr), v do l tilllpjr tuunrk IwIim. wiuu.ir ni me HKipio.tiHiK u ti i, u, rnrtii,i if iaImv N ligiii mi ( pl n ii mi i wimu ir. n t . i can trite i ii i MR l oir.tir. I hi i I ; b mil ii t ir Su.lili hi hiii u,tl tin iliv .mil t. I utile', tiij nm.iM i ll. Il'lll ' fill. You tiioulil try iidlii'i'if i uiilil.)un Me fur )oiirMir nlmt jimi rnn i'' .il llir lm.liir. Thlili wuoITit. Nil cniilt.ll tl.knl. Wumcnurr ,1 ri-in. iv a. uwc'i workrrj; umTmia.i n turn. Ihrjr .liimM tn Oil- - liu-- on, n- - II l ci wi-I-I n-lmlnplnl tntlrr.i t llrl k juur.ilf. AdJrv.l II. II l.fl.l I Hut ocil, 'i i.i .i.d, ,l!o. Sritliuir. lijuul. Lrm Aiiruueeiii r Upnm. .it ' ln III' mil, Ymi "lli Mini n Hur.. ii. ii. ir clli lk dojr? Did he not bring up the card of some visitor who h.id seen my name on the hotel, books and wer determined to invade my peaceful sanctum? "Mr. and Mrs. I.ansyngh Windham." Now I.ansyngh Wyndhaiu, I knew was Virginia's brother hut what did I care for him? I turned the card over and over, reflectively. "Show them up." ntlast I exclaimed in despeintiou. A moment elapsedjust one moment before I was clcctiificd by the loveliest young creature I had ever lisheid bounding into the room, and throwing her white, poarl wreathed arms about my neck, with it succes-- t .VI of kis-.ethilsecnicllikei bunch ofCh.isselas graphs, or a cluster ol roes, or anything else that wis -' '! '''' Ineiie llUli, 1, . I .11(1 lllllll- - ' ! ((, t (I.VMll MM I Tm Ik .J- - I woke in a prison cell, my heart was terview, I tried to be satisfied with Madam broke; ' I was innocent, but I'd not tell. Dclaruc's monthly teports of progress The knew I would come to some bad and ns I saw my bachelor friends one by one engulfed in the pool ol matriend, Off. Patcht orncc, WtMtNCTON, D, C. They'd seen it long afore mony, like withered leaves drifting 'V And they was not surprised to find into a hurried forest stream. I conMy tell-tal- e h.it at the door. soled myself with thinking of the Well you know, 1 was tried and conbeautiful young wife with whom 1 WHEN YOU G TO 0WENSB0R0 victed, would astonish them some of these -- IAI.I.O.NHr.iudcd with a felon's name; days! I've served invtimeinaconvict'sgarb "Here's a letter for you, Jim," said And am now cast out to shame. one of my cronies, bursting into my -'-Hut the dear old man. God bless hitti,' crN -room, where I sat alone. "I met the I'll never tell to him That the robber of the bank that night messenger on the stairs, nnd rifled Was his idol, our Gentleman Jim. him of his burden." He tossed it into my lap, and sat down to enjoy his HIS INTENDED WIPE. cigar, while I eagerly tore open the V,vVrifVrl-AvC-V',- J pel fumed little missive, scaled with ciiicac.o i.uiM.r.u, the crest of Madam Delarue. "Why.what's the mnttct?"exclaim-e- d rriar For the fincul mt Xod Artiilie Wor "1'Iease, sir, give me a penny!" my companion, as I sprang up pale any size arlyle. Fr derica St., Kio I was about to say "No!" very savand agitated, scarce knowing whitler G';i37 3rd nnd 4th. . agely, when I chanced to let my eye to turn. fall on the little upturned fact. the "The matter! Why, some confounded young collegian or other has been ace of one of Riphicl's cherubs. Then I paused on the curbstonc.bal-ancin- g making love to my Winny and she "ndiiiiikiiikii?f" 4 the coin on my glove tip. wants to marry him and Madam has "So you want a penny, little one?". just discovered the affaire du coeur, ns "Yes, sir?" she calls it;haiigher French phrases!" "Whete do you live?" "And you are going to give the "Nowhere." young folks your blessing?" "Where is your mother?" "My blessing no, I should rather "Havn't got any." think not. I'm going to give the boy "Nor father?" a good horsewhipping nnd place WinShe shook her head, still eyeing the ny where she will forget him!" penny covetously, as if fearful that it It was nearly noon when I drew up would vanish shortly out of sight, my horses in lront of the iron gates to I tossed it toward her she snapped Madam Delarue's seminary. it up as a hungry dog might seize a 1 was kept waiting in the parlor bone, and depositing it somewhere considerably longer than I liked, after l'. Cure. Cold.,CoutkflBorTkra4t. Cnop.TBai.. among her rags, ran after a poor old , Wbopi.( Oaub, Bfonthltli Ailhmt. XI having sent in my card to"Miss Wincert tin cur tor O.uunptlM la llrit tUcti, and gentleman, who was picking his way . lur rtllcf In aiTinc.4 itirii. ui it anta. ny Grey" (the name I had selected for tii cic.lUat ffict after taki.e tho You will across the muddy stones. her,) particularly as I was conscious trit do.. Bald br .taUn iTirnbirt, arfl t.ttlta iO oicu andjl.oa I passed on to the clubhouse, glancof a good deal of titteiing in the hall, sargra 2Z3fUCt5SaMMMMaRaSMaWaVSt9MSBl aKfKMMBMSaBtRaVE-- : ed over the Jicwspapers, and nil the and several pairs of bright eyes rebright-golcurls, and the time those garded me from the cracks in the half sULUULmUUULUUUJrasI large, wondering brown eyes of the open door. kept coming and little a "Did you want to see mc, sir? ' J DCUCMDCD WE guauIM tUo cube I going like the changing tints of M moat I and lnvlft nCrnCnrluCn mL baS parofiilinvuHtliriitlonua I turned, completely astounded. lurreaponslblli I . e before my mind's I lty and tho merits of our Tablets. .W a There stood a tall.iank, lathy sort of eye. a girl with red curls not auburn, not What nu impression that face had golden, but n carroty, unmistakable left on my memory! ww---- r Will completely destroy tho dpfllroforTOIlACCO In from 3 ton days. Perfectly hnrm , dr lets; cnuaonoFicKncs'.anuiiitiy nacivcu liiucupuiieuorcoaeuwimouiinoKuowi waif been ten ' yeirs red weak brown eyes nnd freckles. Had the tiny eugq 01 1110 pattern, who win voluntarily aiop guiouwsur cuuwinu; in a low aaya. "Arc you Winny?" I exclaimed. older, I should unhesitatingly have r.DHMl?TMlJrW anil MflDDHlKn? inmrp "an bo cured at homo, nnd with- r dT . ,Jk7-"'S. UUUltnUlUiLUU UUU muililUlIU uilUll ouiunyiuori on 1110 part or She nodded bashltilly, inurtuuriug CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. pronounced it an afiair of love at first tho patient, by tho mo of our SPECIAL FORMULA Q.0LD CURB TABLETS. A FEW Durlnrr treatment lmtlentH nro allowed tho freo tiso of Llauor or Mor sight as it was, I could not explain something about my having sent for pninn until hucii unions moy biiiiii voluntarily kivo tnoin up. A SURE and CERTAIN CUKE the mystery at nil! her. . Wo send particulars and pamphlet of toDtluionlaW freo, and shall Testimonials known for IB years asth BEtV ' DORitiu topmeo siiuereriiroinunyoi tiicue nauiMiiicuiiiniiiiiiuu. Alas! what an overthrow to the vis- - r Thatgrcat central chandelier in Mr. lion wun perHons who imvoutun en reu uyuiu inuui our lAm-Eio-, REMEDY FOR PILES. from persons HILL'S TABLETS aro for aalo by all fiiist-clastnjn ay BiriUBDaO IDICIT1 CO., ST. M.la. .Wyndham's diniiig-roon- i glowed with ion of eight years! , UHKHtBBt. SI.OO.IHTIMCkllgO. who have boon If vour druirirliit does not keen thetn. rnclnso us B I .OO silscores of tiny jets of flame. The I asked her a few questions about , nnd wu will gouu ou,by return mull upackuguoi our cured by tho uso of ver epergne in the middle crowned her studies, counseled her to "be n jJJ AUU1CIH. your nmno and address plainly, and atato Write HaW ..tSMaW BaasW with a boquet of rare flowers, seemed good girl," and "mind her music," I Jjl wnetner Illinois aro tor iouutco, jiorpuiuu or jiauii A like a bank of perfume, and the flash and gracefully took leave. jj DO NOT BB DECHIVBD Into purchasing 8clentlfio American Tiii Onto Chemical Co.: any oi ino varum i)usiru!iia nemo; of crimson wities and delicate liquors Agenoy b . .... Deak Sllc I lmvo been miner vour iiunrt-iank In the hall I met Madam Delarue.all lor pum. nnu lurno outer, curo for tobacco hulilt, and found It would iano i'jk,xiIjiSXc3 that surroun.lcd me stimulated the in a flutter. " wbat you claim for It. I unci ten cent only by Muniif.iiUircd ' wortli uf tho Htrongeiit chewing tobacco a day, .sense to their utmost captcities of enand from ono to lKc clinim: or 1 would sinoko "Are you going already, Mr. Uiv- TITE frnui ti'ii tn lortvtiltH'H of tobacco. Have chewrLKl joyment. anil nmnk.ttl for Iwuntv.fJvo vetir. mid two tiackaucfl ers? Tray what nm I to do about this nf vour TuLlou cured mo no I hovo no desire for It. OHIO CHEMICAL Virginia Wyndhaiu sat directly opCO,, 11. M. J A YLOKD, Leslie, Jllch. naughty, dear child?'1 OAVKATS. i posite me u handsome, Hashing girl, Douits Fninir, H. Y. El, 63 A S5 Opera Block, aaamV SBaaBarsr .tar BBarBBaV T Tnp Onio CnEMlCAL Co.: - Oentlemi : Somo tlino ago I aent marks, quoth I care tradePATINTS, "Oh, well, Madam." hitherto my especial admiration. DBSIQN far. otifii ufnrtli .if vnnr TalilirtH forTolmreo lliiblt. 1 received LIMA, OHIO. CODVRIQHTa. atn. t hejn nil right nud, although I wus both a heavy smoker and cliewcr, at lessly, "I'm not the one to interfere i She was a little piqued camv u ey uiu mo wor in lenHiniiii mrewuiiya. uuiicunn. . for Information nnd free Handbook arlto to .daVHsv JWUNN ft COv a.1 lliio.mvAY, niw YoitK. my evident abstraction, and flirted with the happiness of young people Oldeat bureau for aocurtntf patenta In Arnerlca. riTTBDURUII, l'A. Krerf patent taken out by u. la brnuaU betoro FREE. .TaSaaVaV "SBWaV K!4f most desperately with her next neigh- - ' 1'rny make all the inquiries into the Tttr, OntoCnrviCALCo.! C.rNTLEMEH: It given mo pnuauro to n peak a the putuio by a notice ctreu free of charge la the "i looked respectability of this young man" word of iiralne for yourTublets. My boh wunbtrongly addicted to tho uso of bor. a rising yodng lawyer; lluwiisuhuivyund vM j Hiluor.ntnl tliiouirhafilend.lHUMlcdtotryyourTuliletis ! latiTL. eoimtuut drinker, but ufter using your Tablet lititthreudaytihuuulturluk.ug, "Miirt respectable, sir," interrupt- on, most philosophically. ami will nut touch IKiuoroI anv kind. I lmvo w lilted four mouth bcloro writing lourtiinuy, you, In order to Luow tuo curo wuu iieruancut Lanreit drcnlatlon of any Twenty-four'houpre vious I should ed Madam, I'ofamost wealthy nud W. HfcLLM 2I01UUSUN. wona,, spectable family," man . ClKCtKKJtTt. OnlO. now been frantic .uirl u case. I "1:1(1 to hear lJroadiray, hew Vurk Ulr. VuiLUamui,, aOl T "OC mil t ttl Wt1 . ... , I'll! ..... .. .ll.li.'lb .torn a. w,.... w- ww.w n minnl years, uiiililium bu;n cured i,,V4l, i iiuuaHua Jmvn ijmiI morphine, liyiiodernilcully, for unveil W. I.. KOAV. aaal aV aaaV tnu imckucv of vour'l'ubloU, mid without any effort on my part. Old Wyndlum whisked away in it. I will write my consent to Winny iUlrehH u U uruom to disg st at my languid apathy, ' and I o morrow, as I did not wish "to cm-tor BrSPONSIBI.E Keuralsita 2'crtona my hat and bade the fair Virgin- - barrass her by any verbal allusion toBk l FN1S WANILIJ And tlioio troubled with ncrvouancM reiulttnfl 61. S3 and 0C, Opera Blook, LIMA. OHIO l.a.-la good evening. I had a sort of se- - this little affair, from can or overwork will bo relieved by Uktaf TlUOy l ptCOJsI -f- k.,Ia. lU...u.i uuuu JBrown'H Iron BUtev$. oencla went- - indUcilbab.'y re- who'.e affair And off cret conviction tint the tun 'rail ta-- lud crowed red Unci on flut I icntbuiincornmiuct'sllor Moocbatc Ftrs. JOus Orncc it Opre.rrc U. 3. PATtNT Ornet J I n,l re can icruie ikiciii In IcJl lime Iti.u tliuse J .irmrtolroTi i SenJ moitt. idawm' fir rlioto.. with devrliv. itlon. Vie .rlf, l( latent Me or not, lice u( Source. Our Ice not ilue till I lent it McureiL J A Pmiiict, "Mow tuOhttln rjltow,'' with Jrort ol uue In the U. S. anJ loic.ga countries tcr.t fice. .ili1ieu. lf..l.Lt.la.l .al.tlll.! ''And candies'" "Of course," said I wincing a little. Slowly I saw the hands "Well," said Winny, pensively conTake the silvcr.and greenbacks, too, templating a gigantic sugar almond. And my blood froze in my veins, "I'll think of it." h'or what was I to do? liight years passed awiy ;iglit Then the door was slowly closed, years of .sunshine and blo.vo.uiug.aud The lights burned low nnd dim, during all that time I never went near Hut the robber turned towards me now. Winny. Letters innumerable were Good (iod! 'twas Gentleman Jim. exchanged between us gay, friendly I don't know what happcucl next, , letters but I sought no personal in! CK'ak Oh, (iod, I hear it again. dark-gloved My brain was turned, iC.A.SNOW&CO. L C.Theo.Cain. r& Joseph Francis was celebrated more for his corrugated iron watertight life car than his With this invention he achieved a great success in 1850, when the Brittish ship, Ayrshisc went ashore on the coasts of New Jersey, with two hundred people on boird. jFraucis' life-ca- r made forty trips to the vessel, nnd with one exception brought off nil on board. are Comparatively few ) Sr.vri; oi' Ohio. Citvoi Tom-dstations in the j " used at the Lucas Count v. Fkank J. Chkn'!.y makes oath that United States. On our shores, which he is the senior partner of the firm for the most part are low, good surf olF.J.Cmsxr.v & Co., doing business boats are more easily launched and in the Cityol Toledo Ohio, County and handled, and" serve the purpose in State aforesaid, and that said firm will many cases even better than the more would do. pay the sum 6r ONE HUNDRI5D buoyant DOLLARS for each and every case of Jlut Miss Wyndlnm herself view- Catakkii that cannot be cured by Ignorance of the merits of De Witt's ed it in that light, I am told. Some Little 15arly Risers is a misfortune. the use of Ham.'s Catakkh Curk. These little pills regulate the liver, how oiu bachelors ana old mauls see FRANK cure headache, dyspepsia, bad breath, things differently. Sworn to before me nnd subscribed constipation and billiousness. in my presence, this the 6th day of L. B. Bran. rly UnrrM a liny. December, A. D. 8S6. Harris & Ruquo IJrin, Tenti., manufacturers of the celebrated Urin lime, FITS. All fits stopped free by Dr. A. W. GLUASON, say they have great faith in Diuiu-mond- 's Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. No Lightning Remedy for RheuNotary Public. fits after first day's use. Marvelous matism. One of their principal coopHal's lCatarrh Cure is taken inter- cures. Treatise and $2. 00 trial bottle ers was laid up with Rheumatism until induced to take Druuuuoud,s nally and acts directly on the blood free to Fit cases. Send to Dr. Kline, Lightning Remedy. After taking two and mucous sut faces of the system. 931 Arch St., Phila., Pa. For sale by bottles he went to work, and has Send for testimonials, free. 36 ly F. J. CHUNKY & CO., Toledo, O. all druggists; call on yours. since been making Forty llarrels a fcS73old by all druggists, 74c. day. If your druggist has not this Wives, ifyouseethat your husbands remedy, write to Drummond MediAll the tnlk in the world will not are being destroyed by the Tobacco, cine Co., Maiden Lane. New convince you so quickly ns one trial Liquor or Opium Habit, buy Hill's York, and they will send you full of De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve for Chloride of Gold Tablets. Adminisparticul.ns. Agents wanted. scalds, burns, bruises, skin nffectiou tered in tea orcofTee, they arc - a L. U. Bkan. nnd piles. Jlolllo l'iuirliprN 'nnp. affect a speedy, permanent CHICACiO ni;ws cute. All duggist keep them. Coughing leads to Consumption. The physical Congress this mornKemp'sRilsani stops thecoughatonce ing drew one of the most magnificent . Itnles to llic Worhl'N Fair. audiences which has yet been seen in I.IIp.niiIi,K nl Hon. Call on agents of the Louisville, St. YOUTH'S COMPANION'. art palace. the Louis and Texas Railway before pur Recently there died in the State of Judge James II. Dailey, of Brookchasing your ticket to Chicago. Diman who had well lyn, read an interesting paper on the New York un old rect connection made with all lines He case of the famous Mollie Fancher, won the gratitude of his fellows. via Louisville. Good service and best of Brooklyn. The paper was compil- was Joseph Francis, the first person of attention shown to passengers. in America. He For further information address ed from personal knowledge and from who made a observations and the testimony of was ninety years old and was born II. C. MOHDUK, Asst. G. P. A.. persons of unquestionable integrity before the advent of the nineJ,ouisville, Ky. intelligence. It said, in substance; teenth centuiy, and it was not un- and life-boa- t. life-boag ." life-bo- the rcali.iiion ol my youthful fancies superbly t beautiful in her young brideliood. I saw it all, in one dizy glance, just as it had passed beyond my reach forev er my lovely dteaiu of Winny. "And this is my husband," said Winny smiling beckoning to the ha.idsotue young fellow, who stood in the doorway. "Uut look here. Winny," said I solemnly, "this isn't fair younic not the young person I saw at Madam Uclarue'h " Winny, blushing nud "No," laughing and hiding her face in her beautiful jeweled hai ds. "but but there was another girl named Winny there, and I was aaaid you would s;old me, and we thought in wouldn't be a very naughty thing .'or lu-- lo personate me just f6r once." It never occurred to rae until afterward that the marriage ofmy Winny to Virginia Wyndham's brother savored somewhat of "righteous retribu-butiou- It was my Winny "When n young girl Miss Fnucher was twice iujnreJ in accidents The injuries caused spasmodic muscular action nnd spinal trouble and in 1866 the loss of her eyesight. For n time she, was deif and dumb. For months she took no fool, Her eyesight never came back, but her hearing and speech returned. Then her power of clairvoyance dcveloppcd nud for the years she has been last twenty-seveable to discern objects, despite the lact that she was blind. At times her vision peaetrates bundle Is of miles into space, and solid walls nud partitions are no hindrance to her view "She has, lime and again, desciib-e- d the actions of people many miles away, and subsequent investigation proved that at the stated tinieshe had described exactly whnt they were doing. She has repeatedly lead sealed letters without even touching them. Skeptical physicians scut Dr. Iv. 15. Wright, the famous Knglish occulist, to examine her eyes, Dr. Wright said her eyes were sightless." In concluding his icport he said: "In an inner pock CI I had a score or more of assorted colored skeins of wool yarn. Gathering one at a time in my closed h.iud.slill in my pocket, I asked her to name that color. This .she did with marked promptness for primary colors, but for the shades nud tints site was less prompt but always correct. I did not know the color until the test was made and I ha 3 looked at it. At random I covShe ered a newspaper paragraph. toid me the main points in the article I read the paragraph and saw she was correct.., "In 18G6 she went intoa trance that lasted a month. She has 110 recollec tion of what occurred during the following nine years. She lias lain in years. Time and bed for twenty-seve- n again she has gone into trances and has seemingly visited friends many miles away. She would tell exactly what they were doing while she was in the trance. "Miss Fancher possesses sextuple consciousness six different petson-alttie- s in the same person five of hours. whom appear every twenty-fou- r She will have nothing to do with Spititualists and their teachings. n PROFESSIONAL J". GAUD. q lEdwiia. HARTFORD, IRottt-- KY. II. Wnlillnir. Jiim. H. IJIriin, .1. S. LAWYERS, IIAKTFOKD. KY. (Oltico, over Amlerson'H Jfaianr.) GLENN& WEDDING, Will practico their profession in all courts of Ohio nud adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given to criminal practico and collections. the- TTBBIY jJT IIAHTFOItn, KY. Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Oliiee east cido of public square. K. IMJIirFY. II. II. Ill NOO f attorneys ggt gaw, ZZastfcrd. SSont-vaclcy- . of Ohio and adjoining counties, Superior Court aud Court of Appeals. Collections and all legal business attended to. Office 329 E. Market St. R. R. Will practice in all courts WEDDING, Attorney at Law, Ijkavi'h Dam, Kv. Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio nud adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. HARTFORD, KY. Will practico his profession in all the Courts ol Ohio and adjoining-countiesand in the Court ot Appeals. Special attention given" to collections. Office over Williams & Hell's drug store. Lawyer. , tj J,, ) JEBBaMMaMaC " ' " S.-- 3i WMr-sm- :,XITTnJiiJ5L5-5sJ- , ?T'LV- - 3i3 - DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FROHT Is prepared to de all kinds of Dental work at reasonable prices. (sJ ' vj psfw: ! . &3a AT cyi.'''Lv. S ikdr ffivrHsTrif ft riLK2' 48-5- 0 imper-ceptiblcn- r Fs " iW AND'mY COMPLDfoH if ' f '' J ...,...UL.DllluH,tfc .Rid mfi'SHEDIGl,-- : M fJjl pl(. ... life-bo- M I Jteiik, fit L CALiL oaxr Pi km .. d onli Sin, ST. TABLER'SDH street-sweep- oiL-L- i JNTMENT Double Chloride of Gold Tablets S O 3 Ja A CXS x V S. I SS Pictures In Style and SrOld Pictures Copied and Enlarged A SPECIALTY. 108 Main Sheet. 37m6 0 WENSBORO, KY osTisniMimr. EUTIKjCiUTT. s xX, MMS. WORiS WHITE'S CREAK' m lai-uo- r S Hill's Tablets. VERMIFUGE Has Iod all Worm Remedies. . EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. )2 for, i FOR 20 YEARS 1i u . MJM Ulfr AmX ffiaaraV X SOIVD KVEKYWHEBE. rnamd lr BiciunDiOi in.Diq.Tt to., st. toru. it y.. Tl?e Quarterly leoister of . ,so J.00 tOe S P.rT.ar, ..a'111".' 8la(l Coplei, Boand Yolom.l, Qwisr DliWvliff Ht Dttlm . 1 ( with-jealousl- V " M lMx la MhlkHk.Miunacad.ayaBdcUlr(..-"It I. a ni.uli. tut I alfVvaaVcian .Tj to do.iliou.iA, B. WINFHir, LiuyilSSHiSSi i ok THE OHIO CHEMICAL CO., rot ul.brlM.tlnr Bookull.n tad roIoiit IVotM. .ha .III .l,o ,.c,i Mrttli I rt wrarfar. iTiHBTrrTrnnnniini.HiiHB waair.srxnw" w CURNCNT HISTOHV. TN0IT,HICr1U,a.. M W a&fiafi Vl'.., t 'XIJ V--- V J-v - ..i K't J Hnrtford Republican I'UHMSIir.D I'.VKKY FltlllAY MORNING. K.lllnr an I JO. 11. IKHJI'.ltH. Proprlclor KIUUAV, nKlTHMBEUSr., . 1803 I ; Wi! aki; Ai'Tiioitizcn to announci; TAYLOR C. SLADE grots lor the express purpose of destroying the infamous McKinly Bill that wns said to bo rapidly sticking Hut the llloblool ot the Nation. not to. Congress alter five mouths met for n'togeiher a dillerent purpose. And the Democrats attribute the piesent unsettled condition of busi- nets atlairs to the Sherman Act and not to the infamous Protective Tarill. This is Democratic consistency. WASHINGTON. Speaker Crisp has settled the nature of the tariff bill that will bo from the House Committee on Ways and means by the appointment of Mr. Wilson, of West Virginia, Chairman of that Committee. Mr. Wilson's free trade sentiments are well known and he says the Committee will at once begin work on n tariff bill. It does not, however, necessarily follow that the free trade bill to be prepared by the House Committee will become a law. It may get through the House, ns the Democratic majority in that body is so large that a few clisscnterscattuot materially affect the final result, but in the Senate things are different, he Democratic Scnatois have privately informed Rcpublicars that they will not support a bill making radical cuts in the tariff. The Silver speech of Senator Vor-lichas been much talked about since it was delivered. It was in some respects one of the most remarkable speeches heard in Congress for n long time, as well as one ol the most dangerous. While profissing the greatest admiration for the administration the Indiana Scnatordcnouncedthead-ministration'- s pension policy and the wildest sort of inflation, going further in some particulars than the populists, andndvocatiug the over; throw of the National Banking system and the substituting of Wilb-ca- t State banks in its place. lie also advocates an income tax. If that spueh was intended to be friendly to the administration, Mr. Cleveland may well be excused for exclaiming, "Save me from my friends." It is said that Senator Vorhces purposely made his speech radical in order to influence certain Southern Senators to vote for the unconditional repeal of the purchasing clause of the Sherman Silver law, and it is said further that several of them have agreed to vote for the repeal bill upon the promise of Senator Vorhees that their views should be met in a financial bill to be reported from the Senate Fi nance Committee at an early day In addition to the investigation proposed by Senator Gallager's resolution of the pension suspensions now being made by the administration, Col. Charles P. Lincoln, who was Deputy Pension Commissioner under the Harrison administration, proposes to carry the matter to the courts. Col. Lincoln is a lawyer of ability and he believes that the law is being vio lated by the administration and that the courts upon proper presentation of the question, grant an injunction restraining Secretary Hoke Smith Irom making further suspensons, except in cases where fraud is proven. No fraud is even being alleged in the suspensions now being made. Soon after the present adminitration came into power a ruling was made by Hoke Smith that reversed the eonstni:t'ii pnt upon the act 1S90 by the Republican administration and under that ruling the suspensions are being made, a procedure which it is believed the courts will declare to be illegal. Representative Oulwaitc, of Ohio, was guilty of a very unmanly act, while Representative Hepburn, ol Iowa was speaking in the House on the Silver question, by attempting in an interruption of Mr. Hepburn to drag Foster's personal financial troubles into the debate. Mr, Hepburn merely said: "That is a very unkind reference to a friend ol mine." It was enough. Otttwaite blushed and sat down, amid a storm of well deserved hisses from the floor and the galleries. Those interested in the Navy are pleased with the selection of Representative Amos Cummiugs, of Ne.v York City, to be Chairman of the House Committee on Naval affairs. Although a Tammany Democrat, Mr. Cummings earned the right during Cond and the Fifty-firgresses to be classed as a man ot broad-gagu- e ideas upon all matters concerning our navy and our ocean commerce. Those Democrats who have been accustomed to accusing the Republican party of sectionalism should look at the organization of the House s the Speaker and nearly of the Committee Chairmen, including most of the important ones, from the South and forever keep quiet. Senator Hill evidently intends to dispute Senator Gormrn's right to the Democratic leadership of the Senate. This disposition was first pub licly shown on Wednesday when Mr. Hill sharply replied to Mr. Gorman's argument in favor of leferring Senacalling resolution, tor Peffer's upon the Secretary of the Treasunry for information as to whether certain National banks were violating the law in refusing to promptly pay checks of depositors; to the finance committee, instead of voting upon it at once, and, when he made a speech again in favor of the repeal of the purlus-in- g clause of the Silver law. Of the Cromwell I'rccinct, ns a canThat judicious advertising in the didate lor Stale Senator from the 8th Senatorial District, si.oj..i to the county paper pays, no man but the action of the Republican party. This slothful lit business, will deny. county had a striking example of this To tiik votkks or Om , Muiim:n-iinn- o and Uuti.i'k Countiks I am a truth on last Wednesday a week in candidate for Senator in the District the circus at Benvcr Dam. The adBeing a composed of your counties. ltpiitililienii. 1 will submit mv claims vertising man of the show passed to the Convention of that party. So- -' through the county some weeks ago iiciiing tnc support o: an Kepuoitc but said not one word about advertisans in the Convention, I am, ing the show in the county papers As Yours truly, a result an exceedingly small crowd Gufj-y- . K. I). attended, though the show was an unHaitford, Ky.. June 29, 1893. usually good one The proprietor Wi: auk .i'Tiioni.i;i) to annofnci: lost money, while at Klizibelhlown ZE13ULON H. SHULTZ, the day bct'otc and at Greenville Of the Sulphur Sprin s I'rccinct, as where the columns of the c unity paa enii'liilntc for the office of School Supetintendcnt for Ohio county, sub- pers hat! been freely ued, large ject to the action of the Democratic ciowds attended. The people saw lrty. nothing in the Hartford KicruiiUCAN about the show at Beaver Dam, mid Wk iti: AL'riioKi7i:i) to ann'ouxck hence did not go there; they also fail W. L. HAWKIN3 Of Hartford, as a candidate for the of- to see the advertisements of mauy fice of School Superintendent for Ohio merchants and they don't go there, county, subject to the action of the cither. Democratic patty. f cs cotiridciation is the man who speaks Convention at Beaver Dam, Sept. 7, unkindly id a political opponent and also to nominate candidates for merely because he is an opponent. School Superintendent and the Legislature. The meeting was called to cash On Tuesday the count of the order by County Chairman, J. S. Milin the National Treasury was comler. Judge D. J. Fleming was elected pleted preparatory to turning it over Chairman, and T. J. Tinslev, Secreto the new Treasurer and not one tary. cent wts mining. Pretty good book A Committee on Resolutions, conkeeping, this. sisting of one member from each Magisterial District was ordered and W. Li:wts, the Republican appointed as follows: nominee for School Superintendent South Carrollton J L Groves. in Muhlenberg, is a successful teacher Central City J F Whitehouse. ot several years experience. Ho is Wildcat A F Stanley. live and progressive, fully up with Paradise WH Smith. the times and will make an excellent , Court House Iv L Cornett. ollieial. j Boggcss J S Miller. Summers G W Sparks. Evkf.y piccinct in Muhlenberg but The representatives of the press two went for Mr. C. S. Taylor for were invited to seats at the Secretary's State Seuator last Saturduy, and in desk. the Delegated Convention on Monday The Committee on Resolutions rehe lcccivcd the unanimous instruction ported as follows: of the county. This will give him the We, your Committee, beg leave to nomination at Beaver Dam next make the following teport: Tliur-day. Tin: beautiful city of Savannah, Pursuant to call the Republicans of fin., Nil" almost destroyed on Monday Muhlenberg county met in Delegated bv a ini Convention at the Court House in Greenville on last Monday for the Doriin.ixsthe smallest mau ill the purpose of selecting delegates to repunld and the one descrwug the least resent the county in the Senatorial 111. M nlilriibrm HciHilillcHii. Tin: vote 111 the House Monday on the Wilson Bill shows that while the great majority of the Democratic par d on the silver questy has tion in the last three years, quite a number still hold to the Free Silver of the State fancy as did Democratic platforms. The Democratic party on the silver question has proved a veritable Dutchman's flea. craw-tishetwo-third- s Br. Resoia'iid, By the Republicans of Muhlenberg county in Conven- it seven-eighth- On last Monday the Wilsoti Bill, proiding for the unconditional rc peal of the Sherman Act. passed the House by an overwhelming majority, f'lii solves a part of the financial problem nnd simplifies the situation to that extent, but what is to be done next is now the question uppermost in the minds of our Only of the vote against about repeal were Republicans, the other being made up ofDem-ocr- ats and a number of Third Party men. s. one-eighs Tiii:i:i; is a considerable amount of sickness throughout the country at this time, consisting principally of fe Seeing the vers in various forms. wmitaiy condition of Hartford the only wonder is that the town has not been visited by an epidemic of typhoid. There has been no general cleaning up in the town for so loug that scarcely the miud of man runneth to the contrary. There are and have been enough cesspools of filth in the town limits during the summer to kill the people ot forty towns like If the people escape a seHartford. of sickness this fall it vere will not be due to any elLrt that has bee made to clean up. There has been no cleaning. Tin: Republicans of Muhlenberg on last Monday nominated Dr. A. D. It was a .lames lor the Legislature, wise choice. Dr. James is an able man and exceplionnbly well fitted to fill the office. He was elected by a considerable miijoiity two years ago and sei veil as a leading member of the last Legislatuie until called by the Governor to be World's Fair ComIn this missioner from Kentucky. ilNlinguished position he has acquittThe ed himself with great credit. people of Muhlenberg nie Justly piottd that a man fioin among them should he called to so important a position. Jt is very necessary that men of Dr. James' ability bo elected to the Legislature, and old Muhlenberg will no doubt return him to his former scat by an inci cased majority. Dt'itiMi the Presidential canvass last fall the Democratic party denounced Protection as a fraud, u farce and the sum totul of all the peoples' woes, ami that it should bo at onco destioycd. This same kind of silly talk continued till the new Adminis-trillion came into power and even after. From it all a reasonable was that Mr. Cleveland would immediately on his entering upon bis limits, rail an extra fOfsion of Con- . cou-elii'- ion tion assembled i . That we approve the call lor a District Convention to meet at Beaver Dam, Ky., on the 7th day of Sep tember next for the purpose of nominating a candidate to represent this Senatorial District in the next Gen eral Assembly. a. That the following persons be and are appointed delegates to said District Convention, Dr. A. F. Stanley, C. W. Wyatt, W. II. Smith, I. T. Kimmel. H. T. Wood, E. L. Cornett, J. C. Kittinger, D. J. Fleming.J. S. Miller.D. T. Hill, G. W. Sparks, J. F. Whitehouse, Jacob Grimes, Alex Smith, Dr. J. C. DeCorsey, Lynn Elliott, Sr., Warren Marple and all other good Republic ans, and they are hereby instructed to cast the vote to which this county is entitled in said Convention as follows: For Mr. C. S.Taylor 13; for Mr. E. D. GufTy zyi votes. On Motion the resolutions were amended so as to declare the entire vote ot Muhlcnburg county be cast for C. S. Taylor in the Convention at Beaver Dam.andwilu this amendment the report was unanimously adopted. Nominations for School Superin-dewere next declared in order, and W. W. Lewis was unanimously nominated. Hon. A. D. James, amid a storm of applause was unanimously nominat-te- d for the Legislature. A Committeeon Resolutions respecting the death ot the late and lamented, Hon. Lewis Jones, was appointed as follows: M. J. Roark, T.J. G. Ellisson. Fanner Ben Gish was called for and in his own happy way kept the crowd in a roar of laughter lor about ten minutes, after which tlw body adjourned. to-wi- t: nt men of Kentucky might be appropriately mentioned did not the limit ol this notice prevent. The tabulated results of the past year's work ftn itiih many interesting mid eiicoiitiiging facts. One of these facts specially worthy of mention is that the continued nnd persistent ellort to ell'ect organisation an and to hold a convention in every one ot the 119 countes in the State has been crowned with success. lit this particular respect, Kentucky stands beside the State in which - Sunday Scliool work has reached its higheft point, nnd nnd at the same time is very far in advance of many other States and territories. It was, also, shown that the normal work, which is simply nn effort to promote letter methods tl of study and of IcacliuiK, in being into heartily in many parts of the State. Along with this, much improvement in the management and general work ol the Sunday Schools was icK)rled. Those who have been moit iiiterc.stt.il in promoting this wotk have reat reason lobeiievethat nn cm of wonderfully ra.iid progress is just opening. That Sunday School work in Kentucky has not attained to the fulness of its possibilities is shown by the fact that in the 70 counties of the State, liotu which icports had lieen received, of the 30S.6 16 white children of ''school ag." only 102,002 are enrolled in the Sunday Schools. In other words, but jf) per cent, of these 01111g people are enrolled in the Sunday Sell wis. Over against this uninspiring statement may be set the Met that there are 2 499 organizid Sunday Schools in the, '70 counties mcutto.icd, and that thoy are earnestly striving to multiply their numbers and efficiency. With an organization in each of the 119 counties made effective by the earnest efforts ol uoo 1 men whq are unselfishly devoting their time and money to this cause, and with the enlarged activity and efficiency of the schools in those cottusiis. it is confidently believed that great growth in the Sunday School army is one ol the things of the netr future. During the past year, a paper has been published m the interest of the work in Kentucky by the Convention Executive Committee. Four thousand copies ol this paper have been distributed throughout the State every month. The paper project has met with such favor and has come to be regardi d as such a necessity to the work that it begins its second volume double its former sie. The officers ol the Kentucky Sunday School L'nion, the name which the-- Convention bears during the of its ni'j'iiirniuent, for the ensuing year are Rev. W. C. Coudit, D. I)., ol Ashliml, Ptesideiit, Miss M. F. Huber, Louisville, Secretin-- : Mr. E N. Wo'drnff. Tre.vuer: Rev J. A. McKa'uy, Louisville, Chairman Executive Con.miuittee. pe-tii- 1 j, 1 .in "jji-- - ". come, mid the thing 1ms person tu ' got to be paid loi somehow." That is nearly the situation henHotels mil railroads contribute I hugely to the getting up ol tin .m i.v and now they aie making hay w.ii.c the sua shines. The reader may ask what can lie . seen heie? Vott had better ask wlnt cannot be seen. Every Nation u.iJor the sun has coiiluhittc.l something to this in,i-rj cstlng collection. The Manufacturers nnd Libeinl Aits Building covers nbottt thirty acres ol ground nnd has exhibits from every . part of the world. The most exquisite china from France, cut jewelfrom Austria, glass .vare Irom Venice, gluss from Germany, fabrics Irom Australia, mid every conceivable set of manufacture I articles lro.11 Vmcr-i;- a are here displayed. The Foreign buildings arc very in structive and are beautifully fittel up nuJ are the headquarters for the they icpresent. The displays in so.ue the buildings arc just splendid, while in others it is very poor. The Administration Building is highly ornamented, ns it contains the hea Iqu trtcrs of the managers of the Exposition, nu 1 here, nlso, is the the Inuk and the place where general information concerning the Fair, is obtained. The floor covers a little over four acres. Machinery Hall contains about seventeen acies ol fl tor spice an 1 cikI about twelve thousand dollats. The Mining Building includes a display ol ore rn the rough and a great variety of marble and precious stones. In the Trausnortatiou ltnilditiL' then- are specimens of every sort ol wagon, stramhoat, railroad carorhand convey-- ' nnre ever known. The Agricultural Building contains the pro lucts of every country an al! the ue.v methods ol cultivation. A very important leitureofthe Fair i the Ferris Wheel two htri Ire.l an titty feet in diameter. Between its Uvoiium, which are twenty leit.tp.trt, are carried thirty-sicars, each e.ipi-bl- e of seating lorty persons By means of a one thousand horse power engine the whole thing is made to revolve-slowland passengers are lifted to a height Irom which a fine ie.v of the grounds and buildings can be ha The Midway PlaU nice is very inHere . 011 can learn someteresting. thing about what the other half ol the I world is doing. It is of interest to see the foreign wares aad the foreign pe pie in their 11 itivc country stores and hear them eouwrse in their native tongues. You find the Egyptian, the Turk, the Bedouin, the Arab, the Esqiiiuutt, t'te Japanese, the Chinese, be.dde., represent itivei froai every civilied nation on the globe. All Americans who cm possibly spare the money and time to zo without t themelves or family, should visit i'ae Woil.I s Fair. P I. Wool. I I 1 I N.t-tiot- ts Post-oflic1 1 x 1 s ., j. Trnrht-r-- t Mrrlliitf. Programme ol Rockport District Association to be held at Ceiiterlowii school house Satimlty before the third S n lay in September (93 Welcome it'hlt ess 11. II. Davis, How slnll wc glide out school? G. T. Tinsley. Physiology W, A. Casebicr. Mistakes ol jouttg teachers A, II. 1 A Ride. Some fire liuggies a t special HOGKBIt & prices. Call on ,t oss. Uitcli beginners to read How Miss Myrtle Kowo Select reading Miss Mamie Keid. The importance of Civics Clinton Iglehenrt. Geography Miss Dauia Catter. Recitation-M- iss Dee Chiiin. Relation of pittons to teachers L'tyton Maddox. Essay Miss Mecie Tichettor. Spelling P. II. Ross, Albeit Mad-d1 '. SlvN'D tweve cents In postage stamps to,v;Coicomn Ilitilding, Washington, 1) C, and you will receive lour copies of Kate I?ie d's Washington, containing matter of special interest, dive name and address, and where you saw this advertisement, ly 9 m Statement of the Condition oif tin-: o. All teacheis are lequested to Maiidox, Scc'y. Hartford Herald please copy. Iv. 1). d. Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK At thO ClOSO Juuo 30,1893. Of BU81D08S KKSOURCKS. Notes nnd Hills $7(1,205.14 Keal I'Nlatc . . b'tuiiituie nnil Fixtures . ljxpen.ses paid Cash on hand and in U'ks .1,000 . i i.ioo.oo So' y8 .17,447 55 fyy.017.67 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Surplus Reserve Fund . Interest ami ICvhange Deposits ... ... . 35,000 00 5,250.1x1 1,29.1.14 ..1,0)7,50 f, 420.94 Mr. Harvey Ileed UctJfrMe, 0. $09,017.67 Catarrh, Heart Failure, ralysis of tho Throat Pala "I Thank Cod and tlood'H Sarta-parlt- " tirntlfinfii Vr t!u l.cnrflt of suffering hu: Yot mi f manity I w Mi to Jtati n few I liavo MilTorrd. from cnlairli unit liMit failure, setting so bad I rould not work and for Perfect Health." JOHN II. ll.UNi:S,C.vsiiii:it. Sworn and .subscribed to bclore me June jo, 1S9.1. Row.vn lloi.miooKs, C. O. C. C. Hy Siii'miy T.wi.ou, I). C. Our business continues to grow, as the above .statement will show, both Two in magnitude and pros'tenty. years ago a deposit of $25,000: one year ago $45,000; to day $64,(100. This is due to the fact that the Joting men ate liegititiiiig to icalie that it is not the money made hut the money saved that .sets them up in bti.sittes.s. The man vv hoVnv is each day and puts at interest fifty cents, will in fifty years be vwittli $58,000 Kicnl We ate ln-rto assi-- t the litisiue,s nitcie.vt.sol the county, and we.solicit ami npptectatc she account o( every pushing. inUrpii.sitig individual or firm JOHN H.IIARNI-C.vsinnit. fct rl I had a my bad pcll of ratal j U of the throat Home tlino neo. My throat ectneit cloieil and J cauM aiTnllotr. The itottuM Mid It wai cauird ti) lic.irt lallurr. and pave nietlUiiir. which I took according to illrrcllom, hut 11 did not, eem to do me any kohU. My nllc urucil me to try Ilood' suiatlIU, telling me ol Mr. Joseph C. smith, bo had been Could Scarcely Walk nl but wai entirely cured by llood'i Sarap.irllla. try Hood's Samparllla. At Oeath'a Door After talkhia with Mr. Smith, I concluded to When 1 lud taken two bottlei I felt ery much brtter. I have continued t tMuRlt, and am now feeling excellent. 1 tlian.i (iod, and and my wife for my leitontlon hraliti." lUHvrv llrrii, l.ate)Mlle, Q. Hood's Sarsaparilla to perfect 1IOOIIH 1'II.I.S do not purge, lata " f'U and e melently. tW. kit act yrompltr. ultly J. D. i WILLIAMS V, Iml i, Vim Til'lP Medicine for? Dccatue you are sick nnd want to get well, or lccnuseou Then rewish to prevent illness. member that Hood's Sirsaparilla Cures all diseases caused by impure blood an 1 debility of the system. It is not what its proprietors say but what Hood's Sarsaparilla does, that tells the stoty of its merit. Be sure to get Hood's, and only Hood's. M image license: Wes Biatcher to Miss Flora E Loyd. J H. Ilisliop to Miss I. B. I locker. C. J. Hull" to Miss Ida Jones, W. II. Barnes to Miss Ada R. l'atton. George R. Midkifl'to Miss General - Black smith Beaver Dam, X3Ly- Xatcissa Wade. 1 1ll Out Is II NlMll-sllllll- m:v voisk i'ki:ss, In an able speech on the unconditional repeal ol the Sherman Silver law the Hon. Aslibel Pariuelcr Fitch of the Fifteenth New York district gives us an illustration ol patriotic statesmanship, which, we feel sure, his illustrious colleagues from this city will make haste to follow. Reail his words: "I am frank to say, Mr. Speaker, that 111 such an emergency as this an emergency unfoieseen nt the time when the platform was made, and for theoccuirence of which it did not provide that the wording ol a platform would never frighten 111c otitof giving relief to the hundreds of thousands of people who arc unexpectedly drifting toward bankruptcy or are deprived of tlte chance to labor. As between the demands of a political platlonn and the united demands of the working-me- n and the business people, who arc in distress and serious danger in my district, if I had to make the choice I should let the platform go." "Let the platlonn go." While The Press believes that these pertinent remarks apply particularly to the financial questions we have a right to assume that when Mr. Fitch becomes satisfied that thousands of honest wagers in his district are deprived of the chances to labor inconsequence of threatened tariff smashing he will never permit "the wording of n platform" to "irighten" him out of giving the needed relief. In taking this pr.tctical course Mr. Fitch may not meet with the approval of that strict constructionist ot the Chicago platform the esteemed Sun, but he will enjoy the keen satisfaction of having u relieved the sore distress ol tlte of the Fifteenth district. Mr. Fitch lias not heretofore allowed political platforms to stand to any great extent in the way of the interests of his district. The Press welcomes this cultured and able lawyer as an ally in the fight It is making against tinkering with the tariff. Conditions against any economic experiments just now, and Mr. Fitch undoubtedly appreciates the situation. work-iiiguie- All kinds ol ilcpiiiring done on short notice and at most reasonable rates. HORSE-SHOEIN- G Pure!., vegetable 25 HOOD'S PILLS cents. Ni'f fri-c- . A SPECIALTY. have set my son, Alex Wright, fice, to contract and be contracted with as a tree man, to sue and be sued, nnd I will not be responsible for any of his contracts. I Au: August 24, 1S93. s Wiuoht. 5 3t st Fifty-secon- two-thirJ- The ItiMliio Trite-her.'Ircllns Convened in the Rosinc Schoolhouse Saturday, August 26th. with filteen teachers present. After the discussion of the various subjects, the committee reported the following program for the next meeting. Geography L. B. Mills, F. L. Sanderfur and others. Primary Grammar Laviuia Myers and Alice Plummer. Physical Geography be Should taught in the Public Schools? G. S. Agent for the Kansas City Complete Circuit, All Steel, Mounted Hay Press, DisCj j Harrows, Osborne Mowers and ltakes. Come to Hartford -- TO SKF, TIIK- - Fitzhugh. Select Reading G. W. Miller. Autobiography Sophia Davidson. HenShort Methods in Arithmetic ry Leach. Physiology W. T. Sanders. Benefits ot District Associations J. E. Davidson. Recitation Sue Monroe. Address A. P. Thomas. After the transaction of general business, motion was made and carried that we adjourn to meet again at Ro- sine Saturday SeptcniQer 23. G. W. V i - v v - Zf SPRING OPENING OF C. L. Field's car of Buggies U. A. II. KxcurNlnn. The 28th Annual Sunday Scliool Convention of Kentucky was held in return for $3.65. the city of Ashland, from the 221I to This Con24th of the past month, AT ROOKPORT. vention being wholly I will be atRockportSept.thc 10th, it brought together representato remain only a short time will be tive Sunday School workers from all prepared todo all kinds of Photograph the leading denominations .of the work. I make a speciality of Cabinet State. Prof. II. M. Hamill, of Illinois, the Photos. I use the instantaneous pro- widely known Sunday Scliool expert, cess for making baby pictures. You was one of the speakers from abroad. will find me located in an elegant His addresses on improved methods in Sunday School work elicited great A. D. Taylor. Photograph Car. interest. "Faith Latimer," one of in the justly noted leaders of Wauled! of good pop. Primary work, had a place on the One or two progrom. Many other excellent palar lumber. Address, pers and addresses presented by some F. A. Anns & Co., ol the best known ministers nnd lay Owensboro, Ky. 5 tf to-da- y car-loa- Dap O'Riley, of Leitchfield, informs us that the following rates have been secured for the old soldiers who wish to attend the National Encampment of the G. A. R. at Indianapolis, Ind. From Greenville and return, $6.75; from Central City and return, $6.75; from Beaver Dam and return, $6.50; from Caneyville nnd return, $5.55; from Leitchfield and return, 5.10; from Big Clifty and return, 4. 70; from East View and return, $4-- 4. Arrangements.have also been made so those wishing to attend the World's Fair can go from Indianapolis and just from the Will Davis Carriage Company. He sell ou will save you MONEY 11 by Buying from HIM. Muggy, Mii.u'k, Ch'm'n Harness, Lap Duster aad Whip from $00,00 Lucy B. Townsknu Scc'y. up to fTfj.OO. The Davis Carriage Company has tho reputa- HO::i.It'.H I'AIII. CIIK'.M'O. August, 33. I w.H requested by some of your readers to write some- tion ot building the best Buggy for tho money ot any Factory in Cincinnati. NlHloNiimlny Nrliool t'oiitrnlinii. thing about the World's Fuirand hoping it will find space in your valuable columns, I write the following gleaned from diferent sources. Here in Chicaga one Is reminded of the story of the Western Hotel keeper, who built a Hotel far from the settlement nnd opened it for business. A guest at last stopped over night and had supper, lodging nnd breakfast and in the morning lie called upon the landlord for his bill. "Thirty dollars'" was the reply. "Thirty dollars!" "My dear sir, I have m.t injured your property or your furniture I did not come here to buy a Hotel and what do such charges mean?" "Look here stranger, I came out here nnd built this Hotel to accommodate the public and have had it .open just five weeks, and you are the first I ggg $37.50 SOUTHERN QUEEN $37.50 " l So come and judge for yourself. lb it posiibk J a Top Huggy s III. Silver-plate- d luuumiuitiiiUkJimii, ijJOi iw Dash Rail, Seat Rail, Handles, buui e Jfuvs I -- "V o - m NllW I'OXN. eio ScE The undersigned agent for John A. Beit. & Sons, will make a limited number of contracts for logs, and will be in Haitford as much as possible, on Mondays and Saturdays ot each week, W. H. Moohk. 4-- 3$"c wr o S h K y UK X J - " Perry Westerfield, Attorney at Law. Bkavkii Dam, Ky,. Write for our New 80 page Catalogue Audrcsi of all Idnds or Vehicle. C.NCJNNATI, THE SOUTHERN BUGGY - - - CO. OHIO. U. Sr A. ": I i .. .. - w, 1 'j Confidence Restored. ntvv tPt '. ?, : The feeling of timidity that has proved so disastrous to eommcr-.'en- il ventures is sure to be at an end whenever v a "" UNCERTAINTY OVERCOME IS And the public allows itself to feel assured that it can onco more ax trust mankind, in A ran of promise maimed. Meanwhile, owing to the unprecedented stringency in the money markets, cash is still WORTH ITS FULL VALUE Valuable and serviceable Goods that are on the shelves must be moved. FIR !" BROS. & CO., Thank their customers for the continued evidence of their faith in them, and beg leave to say that they propose to preserve their credit. In order to meet their obligations they must dispose of damaged the worst ol ntiy It hting almost Jordon Wells, Utic.a, was in town totally ruined. The Hickory Ridge Brass Hand is yesterday. I lain. Maddux lontitmcs progressing. liiniuctt Cox, fHntiley, called to .sec to tnke innaie lessons. us Monday. Rtv. Danks failed to fill his regular Thomas Neel, Whitesvlllc, was in appointment nt Smoky Schoolliousc town last week. last Sunday. There will be preachCol. J, S. R, Wedding returned ing at Smoky Schoolhouse the 2d from Owensboro Wednesday. Saturday'night in September and at John J. McIIcnry went to Louis- 11 o'clock on Sunday following by- ville the firf.t of the week, Rev. R. W. Oldham. T. II. F.uight and son, Myrtle, of Wishing the Rkpuiimcan much Hoi ton, were In town Wednesday. success, I am as ever your obedient Wn.u Bim, J. S. Leisure and wife, of near Bc-d- friend and servant, called to sec us yesterday. roKM.svii.!.::. Herbert Render, Point Pleasant, Weather warm. will return from the World's Fair Business very dull. Health of the town very good. The Trustees and several patrons of Dr. Jones, Dcancficld, was in town District No. 61, were in town Wed- recently. nesday. Miss Sallie Font spent Sunday Miss Sue Jenkins, Habit, visited with Miss Abbie Smith. Miss Carrie Lindley, Buford, this Mrs. Pottingcr, of Hodgensville, is week, the guest of her brother's family. Frank Bradshaw, wife and daugh- Mr. Steele. Master Tom Brumfield letttrncd to ter, Stanley, are visiting G. G. Fair his home in Louisville Saturday, and family. Mr. N. L, Stum and lady are visit- Jo C, Bennett and James Tichenor, Point Pleasant, start Sunday lor the ing in Warren county. Mr. J. F. Cooper nnd wife will World's Fair. the World's Fair in September. Oscar Cottrell, with Wile Bros., Mr. J. W. Petty has moved to Owensboro, visited Dr. Alexander Fordsville. this week. Quite a crowd of the young people R. J. Harnett, Rives, Tenn., spent here have been attending meeting nt Sunday and Monday at his mother's Wesley's Chapel this week. near town. The ice cream supper at Deane-fielMiss Dentie Phipps spent Wednesmanaged by Dr. Alva Jones and day with her sister, Mrs. Amanda Mr. Marion Hayes proved quite n Barnctt, Kindcrhook. success in every respect. Good orMr. W. II. Owen and family, Ow- der was maintained throughout the ensboro, visited relatives in the city night and every one seemed-t- o enjoy last week and the first of this. the occasion. The proceeds were for Miss F.lva Morton returned from the benefit of a school house to be Prcntis Monday, after spending sev- erected at Deaucfield. Misses Sallie Brown and Florence eral days among friends and relatives Wright spent quite a pleasant day at Miss Lula Johnson went to Greenville last week to visit for a few days, Deaucfield last Sunday and wish to column1; of the after which she will teach near there. extend through the Republican tlieir thanks to the peoJ. II. B. Carson and Miss Sara Col- ple for tlieir hospitality. lins arc in the Hast, purchasing a Mr. T. II. Lloyd will give a birthlarge fall stock of goods for Carson & day Thursday. All his PERSONAL bicco-wn- s we have heard of. a, to-da- can appreciate my reason, It would THE WOOING OF THE WIND. be utterly impossible for 111c tn icpio-duc- e l!n;n nf itimk, dlil.t over a speech under the inlit .Turd tlicKii'a refrain? " ,V lit-ti- e Tliat Is iiolov.) tlmlricor spiration ol that occasion, with as '" wild limn iigHln. time us had bun mine to think lie run w I am Itm xmlitr't r iibout illxToteh.iud. I could, it is i Of ililnirt llionun, Ilrmci-- o thrm nrt tlio gladdest ,' tnte, write n paper, pethaps a reada, 'flint CMr lia tooLcd ou ble one on the subject but I doubt Becmi-- o no wnjs to wander my nbility to improve on what was Aimro mo any more. With white sea dreams to ponder said; consequently I think I am justiAll day bcsldo thy door fiable in refusing to use what little HecatKe there's not a rover vacation 1 have in tiying to do nn lint wearies on a day, And not n faithless lover impossibility. Hut sorrow doth repay , We hope the teachers will nil attend I rovo tho world of shadows, the County Association in September, 1 Au rnlth of the blue rain And In tho dawn's deep meadows nnd be benefitted by the program to Ileturn to thco again. Ullss Carman In Llpplncott't. be tendered that day Wonder which will be the lucky district nnd take back the Dictionary? THE STOWAWAYS. That Associntioii ought to be attended by the Trustees of the county. "Snpposo," suggested Tommy Hilton, Why nrt go and see who is ahead of hilght nnd early ono Saturday morning, your district? What teachers ol the 'that wo go down to tho dock on tlio Mast river nnd sco if wo enn't find some, county are keeping abreast of the fhip that will tnko us nway to tho other liives? Gk.uia. end of tho world." Ik'Iii-jII- i I. ISI Ol I.l'lllT-- i 1 nt-te- Remaining in the Hartford Postnflice unclaimed: Mr. Charles Guyltcr, W O Gaschc, S B Howard, Miss Annie Foieuinn, Mrs Mary D Duggins, Mr Kdwnrd Davenport, Mr F, L Davenport 2, R Davis, Esq . Miss Jane Miller, Miss Mollic Milar, Mr Frank McMillin, Rev C R McDowell, Mr J M Morton, Rev Frank Newton 3. Miss Manda Normal. Mr Henry Tinsley, J "W Reynolds, Esq., Miss Missic Cole, A. A Sandifur, Alice Stitson (col.). S S Scranton & Co , Mrs M D Survcly, Mr J Augustus Smith, Mrs W M Williams, W T Gregory. Persons calling for nnyof the above letters will please say they saw them W. II Giiii'Pin, P. M. advertised. Wi:ST Co. dinner next ?'n? Even though they do so at a complete sacrifice of hoped-fo- r pr They offer their entire line of Summer go;ids at Cost. f-it- s. k k. " , E-A-I- Ee EX20S- - (5b CO. -- PKOl'ttlKTOkS- HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION. - FRIDAY. StilTEMIIKIl 1. 1!)3. For a good lunch go to W. II iams, Will- -- ' Try the New Grocery. Tiy Sa;olio nt V. It. Williams. (Jo to Williams, the New Wait foi Carson Grocery-man- For the best water or musk melon go to W. H. Williams. . For rigs and convcyauce.leave your orders with Cascbier & Burton. We keep no old stock of Groceries. Everything is fresh. Tkacv & i' on. it Co'.s. new stock. Bring your produce to Carson & Co's. t C- Crab Cider at W. - II. Will. Cascbier & Burton will surely leed an care for nil stock left with them. 1 iams. For Coal, you would do well to call on Cascbier & Hutton. Si Fresh light bread, cheese and bologna sausage all the time at W. H. Williams. Call on Tracy & Son for Groceries, Tinware and Hardware. They have a large stock. m" . " B' Mrs. C. I., l'icld has been quite sick for several davs. Mrs. T. L. Griffin is quite ill at her home oil Mill Street. Carson iV Co. will have a big stock of new goods in a few days. Ice for sale at any time and quantity, nt Williams Bros. any" If you want Groceries and good Groceries the place to get them, is at Tracy & Son's. Did you know that W. II. Williams has the nicest line ol cigars and tobacco in town? tf K? W. H, Williams has just received Buy your Groceries from A. R. Carson, Carson & Co's. hustling the freshest and nicest plain and fancy candies and fruits in town. Go grocerytnan. and see or yourself. Charles K. Campbell, of the Kin-dcrlio- neighborhood, is very sick of typhoid lever. Kev. Winkler is carrying on a pro- VT m i t - 1 ire .I jt ; V w tat.' On last Saturday during the rain storm about Masonvillc and the PanA protracted meeting is in progress at Pleasant Hill Church, near the ther Creek country n great deal ol hail fell, damaging crops badly. McLean county line. The Hartford House under its new Will Duke, who was sent to the Feeble s order and Minded Institute at Frankfort in 1873, management is in was, sent down yesterday to his moth- the traveling public will be tyeated right. Stop there when in town. er at Cromwell. Don't forget that W. II. Williams Mr. Jo. Condict Barnett, of the No Creek neighborhood, a notice of whose wants your Eggs, Butter, Chickens sickness appeared in this paper a few and all kinds of produce and will give the highest prices either cash or weeks ngo, is no better. goods. , Mr. Joel Hamilton wasstruck with paralysis last Monday week and dieJ IInrtfortl t'ollrgr. The College opened Monday with a Tuesday night ol this week. He was very flattering attendance, but space buried Wednesday at Mt. Vernon. forbids an extended notice. Primary Mrs. I.on Walker and Miss Lilla Department, 61; Intermediate DepartIlaird, of Louisville, Misses Elua and ment, enrolled, 38. Nina Garrett, of Princeton, will be the A large number enrolled in the guests of Miss Ada Baird next week, Collegiate Department, but we failed Mrs. Mnria I.ucns died at her home to get the figures. five miles east of Greenville last The following are the boarding stuThursday, and was buried Friday. dents who have matriculated so far; C. J. Dunn Grayson couqty; W. H. She was sixty-siyears old, a sister to Hon. B. L. D. Gufly, of Morgan- - Orsborne, Daviess county; Alva Mctown, and an aunt of Hon. E. D, Guf- -' Donald, Daviess county; J. H. Wiliy, of this place. Her Hie was full 0 liams, Daviess county; II. W. Robards, good works and she was highly es- Henderson county: G. B, Slack and T. C. Slack, Union county; J. R. Mcteemed. Afee, Todd county;J. L. Brown, A. The regular Grand Jury returned S. Bennett, A. M. Smith and Mattie the following indictments: Rape 1, or Lindley, Ohio county; M, H. Keele, shooting in town 1, for suffering R. L Power, Tennesee: D. F. Roll, gaming 1, for selling liquor to a min- Muhlcnburg. or i, for perjury i, for adultery 4, for carrying concealed weapons 5, for unThe standard blood purifier,strength lawful sale of liquor 23, The special builder and nerve helper is Hood's Grand Jury returned one indictment Sarsaparilla. Insist upon Hood's, and that was for incest. Total, 46. because Hood's Cures.' first-clasx tracted meeting nt the Presbyterian Church at Ucda. Parties stopping off at Greenville should patronize the Williams Bus Line. Mr. Williams gives the transfer his personal attention. J. Allen Anderson and wife, Mrs R. A. Anderson and daughters, Misses Nettie and Krnie, are visiting at Whitcsville. Miss Attic Sinnett returned to Whitcsville Sunday, after spending several weeks with relatives here and at 'Beaver Dam. Miss Carrie Cox, Stanley, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. M. L. ileavrin, for several days, returned home yesterday. Junius Harnett, Parsons, Kan., who has spent the last month with the family of his mother in Kinderhook, $122 20. left for home yesterday. Mr, T. H Brown went to Rockvalc Mrs. John L. Barnett and children of Owensboro, who have been visiting Mr. C. E. Ford and wife spent SunMrs. Amanda Barnett, of Kinderhook, day in the country. lor the past four weeks, returned home Mrs. Steele, accompanied by Mrs. Pottingcr, also Mis. Georgia Graves W. P. Render, Point Pleasant, and will spend Tuesday in Louisville. fohn II. Bishop, Ccntertown, .will atMr. J. W. Petty!-- oi Fordsville, tend the National Encampment of the opened a school at Jones' Station with G. A. R. nt Indianapolis next week. sixteen scholars. will go on to the Mr. Render Mr. S. C. Stevens is with us again World's Fair. this week. The Library is quite a choice trent and proves satisfactory lnipurlnntt I have sold out my stock of Drugs, to all. It is just what Fordsville has &c., and will remain in Cromwell on- long needed to make it a complete ly a few weeks. Those who are in- town. Mr. Stevens remained over addebted to me will please call and set- Sunday with us visited and also dressed the Baptist Sunday School. tle their account at once. We extend him a cordial invitation to Very truly your friend, visit our town again. S. MortTACUK. J. 5 4t The sad news of the killing of Mr. Levi A. Chancellor has just reached Mr. W. II. Barnes, of Hartford, and us. He was a farmer livMiss Ada Patton, of Kinderhook, were ing in Hancock county, but was kill-e- l in Ohio county near the farm of married at the home of the bride's father, Esquire James H. Patton, on Mr. Jacob Cooper. He and his little Wednesday evening at five o'clock in son were in a wagon coming to Jones the presence of a large number of Station when he met Rev. H. W, friends. 'Rev. K. E. Pate pronounced Morton and stopped to exchange the ceremony. The young people are greetings when, his team became quite popular, the groom being a suc- frightened and ran away wrecking the cessful teacher- - and a coming man, wagon, injuring the boy slightly and and the bride a cultivated and refined breaking Mr. Chahcellor's skull in young lady. After the ceremony the many pieces which lesnlted in his wedding party repaired to the home death a few hours later. Dr. E. Ford of the groom where a sumptuous sup- was summons, but he, was beyond all per awaited them. The Rrpubmcax medical aid. Mr. Chancellor was an extends its heartiest congratulations. upright, honest and intelligent man, and Hancock county loses a good Kxtrnet from Town Tntllcr. citizen in his death. Last Monday it was my good pleasSuccess to the dear old Republican ure to drive from Greenville to CenVikgik. and its readers. tral City with a party made up as follows: S. J. Coates, Marshall Wooten, AnniEvii.i.R. J. L. Rogers, Columbus Jones, Jim, Aug. 24, 1S93. the champion boy driver, a good Dust, dust, dust, looking, policeman, I hate it, berate it, whose name I did not learn, .Dave But it grieves me to state it; We may, we can, we must, Powers and Mit Ward. To begin with it might truthfully be said to be a jol- Abide it and hnve it, Until the bank in the West ly crowd, Not that all were With which thvsky i dressed but that from the peals of Ah, bah! Rhymasuare not worth hearty laughter that rang out contin- much when comes to prophesying it ually one must necessarially conclude about the weather, so-I- 'll say we'll-havthat the entire crowd were having a the dust until it rains, if it ever most enjoyable time. The source of does. Everything is burning up in the greater part of this amusement this part of the country. was those bright and sparkling wits, There is a protracted meeting in Ward and Powers. They were con- -' progress at Pleasant Hill, conducted tinually joking each other in a good by Rev. Campbell. The congreganatured way to the delight of the tions are large, the interest deep arid rest of us. Some rich things were all expect a good meeting. said on both sides and the evening Mr. A. T. Williams, Wife and two will be pleasantly remembered by all. sons, Luther and Herman, Rockport, Speaking of snakes reminds one of who have been visiting relatives in the occurrence at the Hocker Bluff this neighborhood for the past week, four miles above town seventy years returned to their home Sunday. ago. The rock for the abutment to Mr. Ben Newton and wife, Buford, the bridge across the river here was visited relatives near here" this week. being quarried at the Bluff when in Mr. A. C. Rowan went to Hendermaking a big blast a cave of consid-en- d son Wednesday on business. dimension was broken into and Mrs. A. C. Rowan visited friends was soon discovered to be a den of in Livermore Tuesday and Wednesrattlesnakes, The wholesale killing day.began and no less than 180 were disI would like to say to the teachers posed of. The giant snake of the lot of the Institute, that "white I am had forty rattles and a button. deeply grateful for the kindness manifested in the passing ol the resolu- tion concerning the publication of CEKAIVO. Health of thjs community is good. the speeches made by Miss Townsend A severe storm passed through this and myself in the debate Tuesday section last' Saturday, which, did con- pight of the Institute, yet.I find it siderable damage to crops. John impossible to comply with the request. Duncan's entire crop of corn and to- - Lfesl upon mature consideration nil Cop-pagto-da-well-to-do broad-shouldere- d fun-make- rs e children and are expected to be present. Our school taught by Profs. Jnr-ba- e and Pate, of Hnrdiusburg opened this morning with (122) one hundred and twenty-tw- o pupils enrolled with quite a number yet to enter. Those who attended the opening exercises were: Misses Sallie Brown, Florence Wright and.Messrs. J.S.Reynolds, I. I. Harder, Luin Brown, P. e H. Brooks, G. W. Brite, Allie and John Jones. Mr. J. W. Hale has purchased a new safe for his jewelry. It is a handsome piece cf work and cost grand-children Aug. 28. Messrs, J. W. Tichenor, W. L Rowe, Herbert Render, A. A. Brown nnd Miss Mecie Tichenor left Friday for the World's Fair. Mr. Alfred Brown and w ife, of the Piovidencc neighborhood, were the guests of their daughter, Mrs. Luther James, Saturday and Sunday, Mr. and Mrs, Luther James, assisted by the Point Pleasant Cornet Band, entertained quite a number ol their young friends Saturday night. Misses Ida and Estella Stroud, and Miss Olive Maddox, of Smallhouse, were among the guests. Miss Tessie Tichenor, of Beda, is visiting relatives in this neighborhood. The Walton's Creek school will begin September 4. The teacher, your humble so ibe, desires to see as many pupils present the first day as possible. Tne cooperation of not only the trustees but the patrons and pupils is earnestly solicited. Viouvr. lilMIKIIIIOOU. Aug. 30 R. J. Barnett, Rives, Tenn., spent Sunday and Monday with his mother at this place. Wm, Wnrd and wife, No Creek, (pent Sijwday in this vicinity. Miss Berta Ward, No Creek, spent lact week above Hartford, the guest oflier'brothen D. E. Ward'." "" Mrs. J. L. Barnett and children will return to their home at Owensboro this week, after a long visit here among friends and relatives. Miss Carrie Smith, of the Washingspent Sunday ton neighborhood, evening in Kinderhook. J. A. Anderson, wife and daughter, Cova, spent Saturday night and Sunday above town, the guests of Mrs. Tanner and family. T. F. Neel, Whitcsville, was here for a short, while last week. Miss Gertrude Mills has returned from Indiana, after a long vist to friends and relatives. Miss Earnie Anderson is visiting on No Creek, the guest of Win. Ward and family. School will open at Alexander on the iSth of September, with Miss Ida Smith ns teacher. Lowry Mills matriculated in Hartford College Monday. Daisv Drank. One word describes it ' 'perfection. ' ' We refer to De Vitt Witch Hazel Salve, which cures obstinate sores, burns, skin diseases and is a well known cure for piles. L. B. Bean. A I'll I XT. Largo Auliual. In a western town there-livea woman who has a genius for largo stories. As sho is accustomed to say, she "scorns petty details." At n ten party sho entertained tho company with 11 description of a hog which her father fattened to tho enormous weight of 0,000 pounds. "Oh, my dear!" ejaculated her husband, "it must liavo born COO pouuds." "Why, Edward Babbittl" exclaimed tho narrator, with evident disgust, "tho skin weighed that." Youth's Companion. ' Christopher tlio Santa Maria.Have ' you Columbus On written up tho logbook, Don Alonzo? Don Alonzo Pinzon How in thunder can 1 write up any logbook in weather liko this? Here's tho caravel been staud-,in- g on its hind legs sinco yesterday morning. Bet you drinks, Christopher, you can't go down in the cabin and stand any lard Life. boiled egg on end today. Brooklyn Appropriate. A gentleman having noticed that his wife, instead of wearing her wedding ring on her finger kept it concealed in her purso, took her to task about it. The lady replied: "What would you have? That is its proper place you didn't marry me, but my pursel" Fllegcndo Blatter. Probably the Reason. Mr. Billus I don't see' why it is that Johnny enn't learn to keep his mouth closed. Ho always looks liko a gawk, and he makes me ashamed. Mrs, Billus Tho poor little follow can't help it, John. He inherits my J Binilo nuu your jaw. Chicago Tribune In Ignorance. Penelopo Are you ongoged to Dorothy Brouson? Bob Really, I don't know, Ask herl Life. Iro Ko'iii Oiiwii I Pin myrwnrkoi lio'i'nhf' V can Srnii IJillH rclnilM' llii iv"m, ulilt .11 ic.tloii. mnoves ex i; cuui .. -- aJ.ur.'i ' Tilnitf IVrsnns' - .J.,ii. nearly nil ti.orrow gathered in nninzc i.iMit about thohatchwnjv Their t'tnthra .'cio lorn and covered with dust, their faces weio grimy, and their uncombed IocKm hung down over their eyes. It wits WMTiil moment before it dawned ou tlio luiito that they wero tho came well dressed, polito littlo fellows whom ho had sccn.plnying nbout tho ship 11 few hours before. "Why, cnptainl" ho oxcluimed, "those oro tho samo littlo chaps wo saw hero tins morning. They must have got locked up in tho cargo." This was tho moment that Tommy had been waiting for. Stepping forward, ho 6.aid to tho captain: "If you please, sir, wo aro two stowaways, and wo hid in tho cargo because we wanted to go to sea like tho boy In tho 'Ocean Guerrillas; or, The Phantom Midshipman.' Aro wo anywhere near Havana yet'r" Tho captain nnd tho mato looked nt each other nnd then at tho two boys nnd then burst into uproarious laughter. "I'll show you how near wo nro to Havana," exclaimed tho mato as ho took Tommy in his arms and lifted him up so that ho could seo over the bulwarks. Thoy were just passing through tho NarThis proposition mado n favorablo impression on Charley Wines, who was rows, with Staten Island on one side and tho romautio shores of Bath and Benson-huralso of an adventurous turn of mind, on tho other. In tho distance Tommid 80 tho two little, boys decided to emmy could sco the fonn of tho Coney Isbark without delay, nnd to tnke no but a dark lantern and a largo land elephant outlined against tho sky. pitcknge of sandwiches nnd cake, which A tug had the brigantino in tow, and sho was moving rapidly through tho wathey begged from tho cook. So enrly did they start that it was lint ter. It was au awful como down to both tho boys to learn that instead of being much after 8 o'clock when they appeared ou thu dock and looked about thorn for far out nt hea with tho whales spouting, the scngnlls circling over their heads and a vestal suitnblo for tho proposed trip. tho white crested waves dnucing in the "1 wish," snld Tommy, "that thero was sunlight, and other delightful surrounda good pirnto ship in the harbor now ings, as described In "The Pirate's 0110 of thoso long, low, rakish looking craft such ns wo read nbout in 'Tho Pi- Bride; or, the Avenging Demon of the rate's Bride' nnd which nro always rac- Gulf," to find instead of all this that ing up nnd down nlong tho const of China they wero still in'New York harbor and bearing down on Coney Island us fast ns on tho lookout for rich merchantmen." "I don't beliovo there's a pirato ship tho tug could take them. "Nov, boys," said the captain, "I am e here," said Charley, "but there's a that sails for Cuba today for a just going to drop you ashore, and you cargo of orrnges and bananas. If wo take my advico and go homo as fast as were to ship aboard her, we'd get lots of you can. It's mighty lucky you camo good things to cat and liavo no end of out of your holes when you did, for thoso hatches might not be opened again befun." "Of course wo would," chimed in fore wo mado port, and by that time Tommy approvingly. "I am glad to see thero'd bo mighty littlo left of two lads you coining round to my ideas. Why, of your size. Mr. BrambaU," he conFntty, there's not only oranges nnd ba- tinued, turning to the mato, "wo'd betnanas and cocoauuts down there, but ter havo tho boat manned and pnt them there's gunva jelly nnd yams and sugnr ashore at Coney Island. They can easi' ly get back from thero. I suppose cane and pineapples and an elegant beach to go swimming on and monkeys you'vo got money enough for your fnro, and parrots in the trees and everything boys?" "If you pleaso.liir," said Tommy, "wo clso till you can't rest. Now, I'll tell you what wo 11 do. If we liko the looks of don't want to go back. We want to go tho captain and nmto particularly tho with you down to Cuba and get somo mato for ho's tho ono, don't you know, oranges and bananas. That was what who is always cruel to the sailor boys in wo shipped with you for." '"Cubal" cried the captain. "We nro tho stories, and if wo liko tho ship herself we'll just sail In her today. Maybe not going to Cuba for fruit; wo are going down to Rio Janeiro for a cargo of wo could find a place in the cargo that hides. You'd better buy your bananas wo could fit up for ourselves, as that boy in the Mayno Reid story did, bring in ou Third avenuo." "Then," said Fatty decisively, "that food enough to last through tho voyage nnd not show ourselves till wo felt liko settles the business. We can't eat hides, and I'd rather go homo than keep on nny it." Fatty had always had a weakness for longer. Put us ashore, and we'll tako sweet things, nnd tho prospect of going tho train home. We can find our way to tho depot." to a lnud productivo of every known The captain was as good as his word, delicacy fired his imagination and drove out from hU mind for tho moment ull nnd the boys were landed on tho deso-lat- o western shore of tho island with thoughts of tho brilliant career of thut ho had often planned for strict injunctions to mako tho best of their way home. himself as u scout nnd slayer of Indiana. Their spirits rose again as they trudged Aboard tho brigantino, which was called along the beach, enjoying tho fresh open the Mury Jane, they found themselves breeze and the bright sunshine Charley in tlio midst of the bustlo and excitement incident to tho lading of a large was very much impressed with the picturesque sand hills and clumps of bushes cargo. Tho sailors wore hoisting a numwhich they passed and declared that tho ber of boxes from tho dock and lowering whole country did not offer a better them into the vessel's hold by means 0 nn apparatus rigged to tho mainmast, place for camping out than Coney Iswhile the officers of tho ship wero so land. "Look here, Tom!" the boy cried sudbusy tluit they paid no attention to the grasped'-hicompanion by two well dressed littlo boys who were denly as he the arm, "if that doesn't look like the roaming nbont tho ship, now peeping Prairie Queen I am very much mistakinto tlwcook's, galloyand now. appear; en:'1 ing in tlio torecastie, ruumng aoouc tne And just then, a young woman in a deck nnd making themselves thoroughly short, brown riding habit and with her at homo after the fashion of young Amerhair flying from beneath a slouch felt ican boys generally. hat swept by them at fall gallop on a It was not long before they contrived pony, leaving tho two to slip nwny into tho vessel's hold, where buckskin Indian mouthed after her. tho sailors wero stowing awny tho boxes boys gazing open "I tell you what we'll do," cried Charand barrels as fast ns they wero lowered ley excitedly. "We'll come down here from the deck. They grouped nrouud next Saturday and camp out in among among tho different casks and big cases hills." until at onco they came upon an opou those sand prospect waa so alluring that And the space between two enormous boxes, Tommy gave ready acquiescence. James which was just big enough to accomPhiladelpliia Press. modate them both and reminded them L. Ford in instantly of the place in which the stow-Borne Difference. way in Mayno Reid's ronianco had made Mr. Skldmoro (severely) John, Mr. his famous voyage. Jones tells me you thrashed his son "Eureka!" cried Fatty, who knew tho shamefully today. Is that true? was proud of his Greek alphabet and John No, sir. classical attainments, "all wo have to do Mr. Skidmoro Then what did Jonea now is to hide here until tho ship is well mean by telling me that? out to eca and then show ourselves on "He jnst made a mistake. I didn't deck." thrush Jim Jones shamefully. I walAnd so it happened that when the ladr. loped him beautifully." Harper's ing of the cargo was finished two small boys with no other equipment but a dork lantern and n package of sandwiches A Strain on Patriotism. were snugly stowed away in a little open Homo Comer What has become of among tho big cases and hogsheads. space the Hon. Mr. Ellvertongue, the great It was not cold down in the ship's American patriot? bold, and thero was a smell of sugar, ' Host Oh, ho got rich and bought a which was not nt nil disagreeable. They castle in Europe. New York Weekly. could hear the water dashiug against the dock outside, and then something shut The Changes of Time. out tho few rays of light that had peneMaiden When Frank first met me and trated their hiding place. Tho captain I lived in a brownstone house,, he waa ordered tho cover put over tho hold and very devoted. But now how different! fastened down. Whether it would bo Friend It seems to have been a case reopened the uoxt morning or whether of love nt first site. Exchange. be kept thero until the ship they would reached Havana they did not know. Au One Kind. awful fear came over Fatty Wines, and The Impecunious Suitor Do you behe said in a voice that trembled in spite lieve in love in a cottage? of himself: if. it's a The Wealthy Widow-Y-es, "We're in for it now, Tommy, sure $100)000 one at Newport or Lenox. pop!" Vogue. "Well," said Tommy, "wo might as . It Silenced Him. well mako tho best of it hero, and not let Mr. Sappy There's nothing like saytheso rats frighten us to death. We'll havo to kooiya stiff upper lip now that ing the right thing at the right time. She Yes; there's keeping your mouth wo are out for n lifo of adventure." shut when you have nothing tossy. They wero "in for it" and no mistako, but they did not loso heart. For awhilo Truth. they lay listening to the scampering of Antidote For Tragedy, rats and the sound of waves dashing Winks Come along, old boy, I've got against the vessel's side. Before long their eyes began to droop, and they fell two complimentary tickets for a into a dead sleep, from which they were uintic performance. Jinks Tragedy or comedy? awakened by tho jolting of the ship, "Tragedy." which told them that they bad started on "I don't like tragedies. They appeal tholr way. It was pitch dark when thoy so strongly to one's sympathies that I alawoko, and aa neither boy had a watch ways feel blue for a week." they could not tell whether they bod "This one won't. You'll come home been uileep six hours or 24. But thero as jolly as if you'd been to a circus. It's was 110 mistako about tho motion of the by an amateur company." New York ship. She was fairly under way aud Weekly. very likely out of sight of land. Something- to Fall Ilack On. Tommy put a good fucoon tho matter, Jack My darling, I want to tell you but Fatty was very (pil-- t. Ho was think-ingjIds homo nnd wondering whether something. I hare deceived you. I am Will it ho would over bco his frlh-- r aud mother not rich, but utterly pennllest. again. Jim as ho was 11. tho. point of mako any difference to you? Ethel Not the slightest, Jack. turning upon hisiouiiianloi with a torJack I am so glad, dearest. Are you rent of lepiwchos fur laving induced jiim to run nwny ho heard a audden quite wure it will make no difference to you? noise, nnd a moment Inter tho covering Ethel Quite sure. I can marry old of tho hatchway was removed, and tho Vogue. captuin'n voice wus hcurd 'telling one of Monoybagi. tho sailors to go down in the bold and A Narrow Escape. seo if n certain box was there. It was Hotel Clerk Here, boy, showthiagen-tlema- n pleasant to sco tho light of. day once into tho breakfast room. moro mid feel tho rush of fresh air from Uncle Abner Good Lordl You don't abovo. "Wo must bo out of sight of land mean ter say yer hev special rooms fer now,"t-niTommy, "m wo might as well these 'ere different things, dew yer? Clerk Certainly, 6ir. go and show ourbclves on deck." Uncle Abner Then I guess Miranda The boys accordingly left their place of concealment, clambered swiftly over an me must hev step' in the gashouse las' tho boxes and camo upon the sailor with night. Truth. s m a suddenness that caused him to rush on deck screaming out that thore were ovil you can afford to be annoyed by If spirits chasing him about tho ship. Tho, sick headache and constipation, don't boys followed httn as fast as they could, and as they clambered out of the hold use De Witt's Little Early Risers for L. B, BnAN. ,-they .found tlio cantata, the mate and hey will cure them. I st bag-gng- o brig-iiiitin9 Bo-ca- l dr. -- ! I V - if v. i . Ml Jt 1 1 I S r m .. s ' 3t r m Al ', 1 j jr. r, 3.J.'nSl -- 16 V't tVlni .It" JiWli jy "y'i 'iJf ,! U rrspwssBTTjaTc :7c I'Ul'iWl'dlliur"' Infill Bar iiotftl Hep u bii call ll!i"iiilTurn, WiuWUlI'oVii'wicti thirf wltll 11 !. fc'HO-Hon- . ; 71 IK LITTLE AHMCHAIR. fKZi ;fjmuxjv -u - i i.tJ,ri.i.r iiu- 'ii.i - ' - ii - - 'l'grJ - -WT: JMM wm Iiu Limed Iho lady's tlmo. hiuid and dlsnp t KcLtCy tit In thu iittio luinclmlri Helmut Inn corner dim, Hut FRIDAY, dtil'l'ISMIItiirJfi, PASSION TIDE. 1SD1 The f oodk child Jeaui linil n cfttilcn Full of nxearuro ntiil Anil tlirlco tiny ho watcml them To mako n pirlnml for lili lientl. When tlicy were full blown In tho gardca, Ho cnllcil tlio Jculrli rlillilren tliorc. Anil cacIiiI lil pluck lilnn-cl- f nroo Until tlicy BlrliHil thu gnnlcn bare. "Anil, now. how will you mnloyour For not a nio your imtii nuorns "Hut jou foritot," lionnswirol tlicm, "That J nil lnuc left mo still tho thorns." They took tho thorns nml nmilo n ptulnml Anil lilnrnl It on lili tlilnlmi licml. Anil wliero thu nwi tliouM InuoMiown Were little ilronsnf blooil Ingtrml. ltlchntil Henry StoOilnnl. A WITOWS WALK, Tho Marquiso do Dcanmlnols had mourned suldcieiitly for n gouty nml unreasonably jealous husband. Slio hail recently lnlil nsido her weeds nml liegan n ncuvninc, when nn order from the king enjoined her to lodge u cnitnln and Ids squadron, which had been sent to clear tho country of un audacious band of brigands. Tho young widow submitted with good grace. While thu dragoons had freo access to tho pantry, sho did the honors of her tnblo for their chief, the Duo do llcrval. Dom Mmoullot, the chaiihiin of tho chateau, acted as chaperon. Ono evening tho duko was talking nnd drinking in tho largo wainscoted room, where ho was playing chess with Don) Marouflot. Tho martiuise, who woro an exceptionally elegant toilet, was asking herself for tho thousandth timo th.it week, "Do I really lovo him'r" nud, though she reflected beriously, her question remained unanswered. "That Qillou is n clever bandit!" growled tho captain between two games. "For two weeks wo havo scoured the country, nud still ho slips through our fingers. I havo decided to search for him tomorrow with tho wholo squadron. i sho was in tho presencoof u cousuuiiuutt nctor. Sho loaned over his shoulder ni ho wu moving a knight and suddenly turned pale thoduko had no ring on his finger: Tho poor marquiso pasted a rcstlesi night. Towatd morning sho had scarcelj closed her ryes when sho was awakened by tho souud of gunshots, followed bj tho nolso of galloping horses. Tho duko at tho head of hU dragoont was returning to tho chntrau. Ho had alighted nnd was taking off his pistole when the marquiso appeared. "It's nil over," ho called out to her. "I brought down Gillou with n singh shot. Wo had hardly got outsido the park gato beforo tho idiot ennio to us. Ho threw himself bttween our horses legs, so to speak. And for fear that 1 might not recognize him ho cried out I am Gillou! Kill me!' "Ho kneeled down 10 steps from me. When ho raw mo aim my pistol at him, ho raised his hand in tho nir uud held ur something brilliant: then ho cried out again, but I don't know what ho said, for tho rejiort of my pistol drowned hit voice. "Ho fell, and ono of my men picked up tho brilliant thiiighohcldiuhis hand. If you want It, heio it is. It shall bt your part of tho booty. But thcro Is n littlo blooil on It." Tho duko handed n beautiful diamond Recognizing her ring, to tho niarquiso. bho turned deathly pale, and suddenly sho read clearly In her heart. Sho had never loved tho duke, and now sho detested him. From tho French. Fri-iir- thoduku nnd DoiuMaioullot at timeliest table. Tho duko was so iibsorliod that liodld nut even turn his head nsshocami Into tho room. She thought that really peated When ' o entered the house, sho found uuhltalmlrcil iniit'ivrgnrliigtlrtrt Ami iiwunlnulythlhkliiitnf him PrpHtliiiniKli llmtlinktif Iho limit ago lliti liloninnf her Nij'8Meet fnco An ho rwksMi merrll) to unit fm Willi n laugh Unit I lifers thollnrp. Sometimes he holil IV book In his hnml, SYmetlmesn jienell ami slate, Anil the Iciwon N hitril to umlerrtanil. Ami tho IlKUIes haul to mate, Dut sho tees the noJ of his father's heoil, Ho uroiiil of tho littlo son. Ami olio hears tho wont m often said, "No fear for our littlo one." They wero wonderful w Ith sunny linlr Wns herd to scold, to kls nml tn nrntso At her hneo In the littlo chair. Fho ftt him luck In tho himy ean V,'hi n tho irn-n- t w orlil caught thu man. Anil hottnxlcauny nt Ihhh-- nml fear Tn Ms place In tho ImUIo'b un. pnsutnption Scott's Emulsion of pure Norwegian cod liver oil and hypophosphiles of lime and soda has cwcd us of consumption in its first stages. 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It isfar superior toanyother AUP IS MADE. ONLY 3Y mini n --j i.L'i uii'w.'i THE FATHER. Thord Overna, of wl'.mn we arn about to sneak, was the wealthiest man in tho parish. Imitation I'mrl. Tho best grade of French imitation pearls cannot bo distinguished from real ones, o en by the most expert jewelers, unless tho string is handled, when tht differenco in weight becomes apparent, the real pearl being heavier than an imitation one. An American lady who herself owned "Gillou isiiot an ordinary brigand," continued tho duke; "they say hoisedu-cated- , valuable juwels onco told mo that she courteous nnd even gallant upon and her husband wero shown on ono occasion by her Parisian jeweler a elustei occasion.'' As tho niarquiso diow her chair nearer of strings of pearls, half of which were to tho tablo wliero tho two men wero real aud tho other half imitation, and they wero requested to point out the sitting, tho captain began to tease her. real ones. They both inspected the "What n serious countenance, pearls long and with tho most minute 1 fear tny stories about brigands havo bo frightened you that you will not care, and finally indicated their choice. daro to venturo two steps in tho park Tho gentleman had Indeed fixed upon a string of genuino ones, but the lady, this evening." Dom Marouflot looked nt tho clock though sho continually woro and had nnd said: "It is tho hour for journeu-vnine- , had in her possession for years n magmadame. I will ring for tho serv- nificent necklace of real pearls, forfeited her claim for discrimination by picking ants to escort yon." "No, no, it is needless!" replied tho out ono of tho imitation ones. The very finest of the French imitamarquise, piqued by tho duko's sarcasm. "I shall go to tho chapel alone. 1 wish tion pearls aro expensive, costing from to prove to Captain Mervnl that women $10 to !i,"i n string. Oddly enough, the longer they aro kept the better they benro not such cowards ns ho believes." Tho old chapel was nt tho farther end come, as tho passago of years lends a of tho park. Once out of tho houso the yellow tingo 'to the wax, which causes tho pearls to look nt onco more lustrous marquise began to regret her bravado. Mine. Beauminois' mind was filled with nnd more real. Tho pearls prepared for tho stories sho had heard concerning Gil-Io- embroideries, dress trimmings, etc., aio "tho man in tho mask," ns tho old merely small beads filled with wax and women of the country called him. Under lack tho careful bhaping. as well us tho her flnu satin corsage her heart beat so inuer coating- of fish scalo liquid that mako tho pearls manufactured for neckloudly she could almost hear it. At last sho reached the chapel, aud en- laces uud earrings so perfectly deceptive. Ladies' Homo Journal. tering kneeled uud said her prayers n littlo moro quickly than usual. Then rusliloll'a Colli Tippril 8I10CJ. sho roso and went townid tho door. In this year of 1S'J3 gold, yellow, shinSuddenly sho stooped and caught her breath. A masked mau was standing ing, heartless metal, mother of murders near tho holy water vessel. As sho saw and temptress to terrible privations, tho that ho remained motionless nud in a re- yellow root of red evil, holds sway. Iu spectful nttitude, sho took courage nud tho silver ago wo had combs nnd brush-ibuckles, toilet cases, picture frames advanced. Tho man dipped his fingers in tho holy and other stuff gleaming with tho paler water and held them out to her. Sho did metal. It wasn't rich enough for tho not daro to refuse tho stranger' offer, blood of New Yolk. Gold has not disand, thanks to a ray of moonlight that placed it hero in tho metropolis, but triumphantly flaunts itself above it. filtered through a stained glass 'window, A little "time ago tho satin slipper with sho remarked that ho had u very beautisilver fihigreo too and heel tip was quito ful hand. A littlo reassured, sho made n sign of good enough for any one. But it only cost from ij'JO to 10. Society insisted the cross nnd left tho chapel. Sho had scarcely taken 10 steps beforo on something moro expensive, nnd now tho unknown man rejoined her, and sho New York's swell set rest satisfied ns started at hearing a voice which she they poko their gold tipped toes from thought she recognized, although it was beneath Worth afternoon "creations." Tho gold tipped shoes nro only for house singularly softened. "Will you allow mo to offer you ray wear. Yon don't teo 'em on Braid way. "arm, madame? Somo accident might be- Their uso is to mako poor callers envifall ypu nlono in this great park nt such ous, than which thero can bo no greater happiness. nn linnr." This is but ono instance. Tho men nro Ho hnd such a courtly bearing thatl ns bad or worse, for pair of gold tipped tho marquiso felt perfectly safe. As they crossed an opening bathed in shoes at 150 nro at least visible, and a pair of 73 gold snrpender buckles moonlight, bho examined her companion moro closely. His mask left tho lower haven't even that me: it. Tho only use part of his faco uncovered. Not only for them is to show that ono can stand did sho beliovo that it wns not the first the pace. Tho extravagance of wealthy peoplo time sho hnd heard this voice, but it seemed to her that it was tho same blond In small personal expenditures has grown lnustacho which had lightly touched her .out of all propoition. Trifles and trinkhand each evening in n discreet kiss. ets cost fortunes, good picturt s by AmerThe masked mau had therefore almost ican aitists go begging, nml authors of tho same voice, mustache and figmuas good books trim their cuffs. New York Cor. Pittsburg PUpntch. tho duke. Ho had disguised himself to frighten t'nmpoftcr CJIik-I- i ut Worlt. her. This discovery gnvo her a great When Gluck composed his immortal desiro to laugh, and she leaned upon his nrm with moro confidence. Finding tho works, n bottle of champagno was alndventuro u pleasant one, sho resolved to ways placed on either sido of tho piano, play her part of tho courageous woman and its effervescence helped to inspire beriously so long as it should please tho tho great arias of "Iphigenia," "Armida" and "Alceste." When tho final rehearduke to remain a brigand. Besides, what u fino occasion to le.irn sals wero held of tho "Iphigenia," Gluck under cover of jocularity tho duko's teal had not yet written tho melody to the "Danco of tho Scythians." Navcrre, the sentiments! "Do you often go out nlono liko this, the ballet master, becoming uneasy over tho delay, went to him ono morning to my pretty devotee':" "Yes, M. Mask, nil nloue, just liko nrgu him to hurry It up. As ho entered tho composer's anteroom ho heard unuthis." "Do you not know that Gillou nnd his sual nnd terrific noises emanating from Glitch's library. Ho approached stealthband aro running about tho country':" ily, and through a crack iu tho door oaw "Yis, I know it." Gluck in shirt sleeves, his faco as red an "Aro you not afraid of brigands?'' lire and distorted by horrible grimaces, "That depends upon tho brigand." singing, gesticulating aud jumping "Mystlf, for example." about liko a madman. Nuverro, fright"Are you n real brigand?" "Alas, yes, fair lady," ho said in n ened by tho extraordinary spectacle, pushed tho door open. "Ah, thero yon melancholy tone. "Indeed," jeplied tho marquise. "I am are," exclaimed Gluck. "I ain just finsorry for you, but you do not frighten nw ishing your dance and will let you have it right away." It was then that Gluck a bit. Quite tho conliary." Tho stranger had such it grateful, ten- hud composed that grand orgio of tho der and eloquent look that the young siivngcj which created such a profound woman was touchul. Sho would never sensation on tho stage. St. Louis linvo believed that tho duko's eyes coul express so much as that. I'rtkoncn of 311ml. "Would it bo indiscreet, beautiful Kate These buzzsaw hats aro a real princess, to ask why you went to tho old nuisance. I had mine on tho other evenchapel?" ing, and Harry, who was trying to kiss "I went to finish my jieuvaine." me, was wealing onanlso. A ncuvninel And for what reason?" Ldith And of course ho couldn't get "Guess." his lips unywheio near yours? "Aro you married, my queen?" Kato Under ordinary circumstances, "I havo been, but" no, but 1 had tho picsenco of mind to I understand. You wero offer"Ah! tako my hat off. Boston Tianscript. ing up vows for tho end of your widowhood." IIU Clicilio. "Perhaps that is it." Old Gentleman What would you liko Without another word ho began tc to be when you grow up? press a series of hisses upon tho marBoy I'd liko to bo u bricklayer. chioness' taper fingers. "That's a comiuendablo ambition. Her hesitation increased tho enemy' Why would you liko to be a biickl ei?" boldness, nnd when sho thought of draw" 'Causo there's so lunuy days when ing away her hand ho had ulrendy aban- bricklayers can't work." doned it for a skirmish whero tho kissel closed her eyes. The l'iirt rmlty of lion on urn. Suddenly sho escaped from her imTom You want to borrow money? prisonment nnd noticed that his eyef Why, you refused tho loan I offered yon wero fixed upon tho brilliant diamond yesterday. (die woro upon her littlo finger. Cholles Well, yesterday I was mere"Do you want it pledgo of pardon foi ly hard til) for a few necessaries. Today your Lolilncss, tho salil; "hero Jt js.' I need it for somo luxuries I've just Aud putting her whole soul into u last, learned of Chicago Record. playful smilo bho added: "It is a talis mau that will nid you in returning tc tho light path, my dear bi Igand. Lane's medicines move the bowels that I should prefer toscoyo" dead rather than unfaithful or a felon." very day. In order to be healthy Hgjjljy "fteml, the this is necessary. At jheso n s, 11 Tit-Bit- ills tall iiRuro stood ono day in tho pastor's study. "I havo pot a fm," ho slid cnserlv, "and 1 wUh to havo liitii baptized." "What bhall ho bo called?" "Finn, after my father." "And lilt Eodpaien'.s':" They woro named, bein;,' relatives of Thord and tho best men and women iu tho district. "Is thero anything clser" ashed tho pastor and looked up. Tho farmer stood a minute. "I tdiould liko to huvuhim baptized by lilm-elf- posed to the parents to ltinlco tho experiment, which -- unstated In swabbing tho tlnoat with voitiinoii petroleum. Ho had littlo hope cf tho success of his new method, but lo his nstimishment bono- tlced nn improvement after the very lirst replication. Ho continued tho treat- meiit, and tho child lecoveieil. Then ho incii u s'lciesiuuy wiiii ins oincr paThis year l.e had 10 c.uesof diphtheria to treat, and he was successful iu oery one. In order to 1m pet fectlysnro that thoi-asc--i in liueslion weio genuine ones of iniiligtiaiit diphtheria ho had the ex- perforated inattcrsubmitted to the anal- vms of I'rofeshor Francois lino of tho Kuticn Aillejso of Medicine, and tho pro-rcpoital that ho had clearly the presence in it of muiicroin .'f diphtheria. Moreover, his w.im confirmed by Drs. Deshayes, Leiefalt ami Halhiy of Houcn, the hist n.uui'ii bt i'lg tho physician in chief of the hospital of that city. Th" treatment presents littlo difficulty or danger. The swabbing is done o cry hour ur every two hours, neeording to the thicknesa of tho membranes, which liccoine, as it were, diluted under tho of the petroleum. Tho brush, after biing dipped In the petroleum, should lo (diaki'ti to prevent tiny drops fulling Into the respiratory channels. The parelief from the very tients fxri application. Tho disagreeable taste of the petroleum remains for n few mo-l h I.AIIIKX KeolliiR n tojlc. or elilMreu that no, kIioiiIiI tnVr Hon. ant LulMIng Itl r.n-- iinmvN's iuox iimtkhs.Itxllgcs to uU l..Uii,i.:u. "" ST. LOUIS. nirci Mnl-ii- t ' " , tients. mhunvim.k, nt I.Ol'IH a ti:.. It f 'jir:::!':, l, Liii i mi lilm. "CIIKI'n.K I.T. IN II I KITKcr NOV. .No.f.l, I . .Ni'.M, y I VVT l.nul.tllle Wr.t Point llrniul.-n'-iiri- HUt'NU. Hall). 7.1". n. in, l'.lll). .lfi 7:.-- ' i f.ll U.1T it. in ; Irvlnvton Rti liillrK-l- l , Cloi'lnrt llrtUOMllll' . t .. 0iri,nliirn ho said. "That Is tD say on it week d.iyj" ," Soltiill. i . .17 . in. ' . ' i in. U..'I p. III. 10.11 II. in. I.lli p. III. II. II it. tn. 10 l . III. II. Mil, In I "t II III 1.' Hip. hi. 11:11 li, III a. in. n. in. Ill, in II? I, tn . . 9 1 Mild. 1 I Ar. !.. - ." I'. III. t P..Vi. I Lil 1.. 1) .1. - III Tho fin mo r took his li.it .ind mov-'.- l to go. Then tho pastor rose. "Thero still this," ho said, and going up to Thord ho took his hand and looked him iu the face, "God grant that tho child may bo a blessing to youl" Sixteen years After that day Thord stood again in tho pastor'ti "You look exceedingly well, Thord," said tho pastor. IIo saw no change iu him. "I havo no trouble" replied Thord. moThe pastor was silent, but in ment ho nsked, "What la yonrerr.'.nd tonight':" "I havo como tonight about my son, who Is to bo confirmed tomorrow." "IIo is n clever lad." "I did not wish to pay tho pastor I heard how many wero to be confirmed. I have heard that, nnd hero nro $10 for tho pastor." "Is there anything else?" nsked the pastor, looking at Thord. And Thord went "Nothing nway. Hight year a moro passed by, nnd ono day tho pastor heard a noio without his door, for n.any men wero there and Thord fitt among them. Tho pastor looked up and recognized him, You comj with a powerful escort to-t bo-fo- re cl-e- ." "Next Saturday nt 12 o'el.vk." "Is thero anything else?" "Nothing ole." .Nn. i:siI.t. Itn1.l1 Mk.ii-W- r.i't m. H n, Si. II. Ill .Vo..M, . IT -. Intli. alS,3i . . Ttfl, 10. J fl. (. mB nr&HP tn f r Ottrii. Liwii-ixirt.- '.n .... m: a . H iu. III. - '.'? t iA i. o- IUhipviII" Cloti-riKir- I'm in . .Ui III 1'i-- jfii 1 A I in p. iu m. p ni I1KIVKH. Miimifer. Oi.p.wle C'itv Scales. ' '"ring III"! Y. '.b.'u.itl- - na Minali'll nnvlllillv. ntllllltV COIlf illtTt ll " .'' M T l t Ml H trtlncti it Urn 'I'll' WV-- II ' I I'nli .M -- ments oiily.Xormaiidle 'Icdicslo. 1'roin M'p-ittli- . ii A II t ir,. u. It. It. r t . .1 I night." "I have come to request that the banns may bo published for my son. IIo ta to be married to Karen istorliilen, daughter of Gudniuud, who Is here with me." "That is to say. to tho richest girl in the parish." "They say so," replied tho fanner, stroking his hair with ono hand. Tho pastor sat a minuto as if in thought. Ho said nothing, but cuteied the names iu his books, nud tho men wrote under them. Thord laid ijJ on the table. "I should havo only 1." said the pastor. "I know that perfectly, but ho is my only child. I will do tho thing well." Tho pastor took up tho money. "This is tho third timo now, Thord, that yon stund hero on your son's account." ho said. tn Simon Oiipasich, 11 millionaire who has lieen reutenced In Vienna to seven yeats' hard labor for repeatedly perjuring himself, was l..ni without feet or arms. His father aud mother were professional beggais, and in his twelfth je.tr he was put oil the itroet by tliei.t tosolieitiiiius. Ilia phv.ie.'.l defects laouglit him an exceptional amount of sympathy and guldens. lie saved his money, und in he had accumula1K0. nt tlie age of With this sum he began ted CCO.OCU. litvittt'W ih tistirer and teal estate siiccu-lateho had I:ieivael his forIu tune toOIO.I.n.M in cash, aud some .i00,-Oil- ) iu Trieste and IV.renso real estate. Siuiolhen In. has iptadrnple.l his wealth, His mier-- I by iradlag on th.i l!oer.-liuesa lid to his t resent ttoubles. to man v a woman. n0 had bnt eventuallv threw her otertu avoid incuiriug the espeifo of a wedding. When c'ae threattiiod him with Kval proceed lug', ho bought her forliearanco for cents c d:.y. Th.s expenditure was linpoveii-hiu- g him, he told her nftcr :i ' few month', raid so ho discontinued it. In tho trial of the case which she then t made against him l.e swore that he had , never contemplated marrying her, hail tiever promised tu do so, and had neur paid her I centa a day. After all this had been proved false, he was tried and condemned for perjury. Uoston Journal. I.oiimI. ri.i .nrilnr 11. r , JIOIil.l'K. ieii.IV I. Ml- - ta8 SJrfr MOPPED FRE' Intm Ptfiont Knton . 1 NriiurttreTnnrn KTV Ai'.VDEtmXrNRnlltt.u lh,i,., .. t vit.ii.... fur fur IHFALLIBLII if tk rf,.M.l. 'a! .,llM firttdtt't Hit. TrTtii nl tCO Dr.KtKIE'SCRCU J, Untjj.tii. SkirAKX ftnhl ltil ffM Ml ttlrot t'ifyaytiiitrrth.rire,onhnttn I Wfi'l I. 1 im, ff u ! I !ri cf Ot- KHl -- V iittTATMG 'iUQS r. 1:' VAnmwYv U. Ilolil CKNTIlAL C'ITV, KY. R. PAXQN. PRQPRITOr, amluevih lias ju-- t been Located close to Depot. Give e. " - funiislieil.. 1 Good meals ot it a trial. r!t r.c . ni lienT dCi i,nnr Your Favorite Homo Newspaper AND " The Leading Rejiu'jlican Family Paper of the United States, "But now 1 ntn dono with him," said Thord. Taking up his pocketbook, lw mid good night nnd 'vent. Just a fortnight after this the father nnd son wero rowing over the lako in still weather to Stoilidcn to nrraugo about tho wedding. ' Tho cushion is not straight." said tho son. IIo rose to put it right. At tho his foot slipped, he stretched out his arms, and witlt a cry fell into tho water. "Catch hold of tho oar!" roared the father. Ho stood up nnd btuck It out. Out when the sou had nmilo a few attempts ho becamo stiff. "Wait a minute!" cried the father, aud begun to row. Then tho son turned over backward, gazed earnestly nt his father and sank. Thord could scarcely beliovo it lo Ikj true. Ho kept tho boat still uud stared at tho spot whero his son had sunk, na though ho would como up again. A few bubbles roso up. u few more, then one i again gieat one. It burst, and tho lay bright as u mil ror. For three days nud three nights the father was seen to row round raid round tho bpot without either food or bleep ho wns seeking for his son. On tho morning of tho third day he found him aud carried him up over tho hills to his fat m. It was about u year afterward when the pastor ono autumn evening heard something rustling outsido the door and fumbling about the lock. Tho door opened, and in walked :i tf.11. thin man with lieiit figure und white hair. Tho pastor looked long nt him beforo ho recognized him. It was Thord. "Why do you come to late?" nsked the pastor. "Why, yes, I do como late," said Thord. Ho seated himself. The pastor sat down also, as though waiting. There was u long Lil ;nce. name moment Thcu said Tbsrd, "I havo something tvith mo that I wish to rivo lothepoor." IIo roo, laid boiiic money on tho tablo and sat down ng.iiu. Tho pastor counted it. "It is n great deal of money," ho said. "It is tho half cf my farm, which I liuvo sold today." Tho pastor remained long hitting in silence. At last ho asked, but gently, "What do yon intend to do now?" i:.lt Itunninis nml Tin Urum-tle- . Those wlo cat heartily of bananas may run somo lisk of bi coming tawny or copper colored. This may be inferrc-4K)3aibly from tho peculiarities of plumot Africa. As long age in as the weather i3 dry t'ae.sobirdaarogay, g tho primary and secondary feathers gorgeously crimson', but when rain comes the color is washed out, and tho birds seem to be humiliated and ashamed at the transformation. Hut the color returns in dty weather. Tho causo of the coloration has lieeu traced to copper in a very pure state. 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I think to iiiym-lIiu looited tip. und two tears Thord. coiuscd rlowly down his faco. Djnrnvin. Translated For lo-,- v f nl-o- ," Djoni-btjenio The l'olfconoiis AvIiIn In the body .should be taken up and removed by the I.lvir nnd Kidneys, but these organs get out of order fail to do the work, nnd the result is Rheumatism. There ate a thousand remedies for the Liver and Kidneys, but there is only one cute for Rheumatism, and tltat is Dr. Drutumoiid's Lightning Remedy. A large bottle will be sent bv express to any addrtss on receipt of price, or may be ordeied from the druggist. Any one who is having an argument with the Rheumatism will feel fully repaid by the first dose. Drumiiioiul Medicine Co., Lane, New York. .18.50 Maiden Agents wanted. MA HIT .'. YIM, Ciii-R.lu- l or llio llotm-ll- l I.WIUJU Tl'lllHiJ'N I'rtrnltuiu I'or Illjilitlierla. In tho village of about nino miles from Rouen, a malignant typo if diphtheria broke out hist year. Tho country doctor, M. 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