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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1893 hao1893092901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1893 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. The Republican and the Oosmopoli-tan'- , a lending magazine, for only $2.00. JO, B, ROCEP.S, The Habteobd Keptiblican! OFFICIAL CRCAK OF TEE The Republican and Courioi'-flour.iboth one year for onnl ly ,91.75. TERM. Pn.liihH, FAEI" IK THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. SMS Per Annum, In Adrince. VOL. VI. The great nnd of tht age. It Is not A 1.4IVI: HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1893. NOMI. anti-Chine- NO. 9. N i 4 V IS. S. Foreman starts with the govcalled to order by the Chairman, nnd which P. A. Gary offered the follow- - cr exclusion unnecessary. That PROFESSIONAL CARD. ernment of the family. He compared the class sang No. 177, then the Chair ing resolutions: would probably satisfy the I'ltANK I. STANTON. Wukkkas, Prof. O. M. ShulU has the rulings of the home with the rul- stated that owing to Very important element nnd take the issue out of tho discovert of 3". Ed-wiEo-w- e business which claimed his attention delivered such an excellent address, politics: and such a settlement of the ings of the Government. a medicine that will euro nil kid-te- y Sweetheart, there is no splendor for the evening, he was compelled to one which cannot fail to benefit us limtter is certainly preferable to the S. M. Taylor first teaches the puI diseases, AT LAW:o In all God's splendid skies pil what is meant by government, ask that they elect a Temporary Chair- nnd one which will inspire us with arbitrary nnd vindictive deportation lnnio, sore or Bright ns the love-ligtender There- of nearly 100,000 people at an estimafamily nd man and on motion ol P. A Gary Rev. renewed vigor and energy. then he starts with the nchinpv backs; ( That dwells in thy dear eyes. HARTFORD, KY. compares the father of the family to J. J. Fleming was elected temporary fore be it that will cure all I ted expense of $6,000,000, to say femalo diseases, S.veethentt, there are no blisses Rksoi.vud, That we do highly the President of the United States Chaituun, and on taking the Chair nothing of consequences restoring Ameri- Like those thy lips distill; Jiim, N. (Jlrnn, J. H. K. Wedding. the effort and tender him our that might ensue. and compares the mother to the Vice he made a nice little speech thanking It is well known can woman OI all the world's sweet kisses President, and so ou the members for the honor conferred .heart-fe- lt thanks for the same. phytteally to the GLENN & WEDDING, that the refusal of the most ot the Thy kiss is sweeter still. high plan. In Essay by Miss Minnie Taylor. Chinese population to refuse to regO. R Vass snys bethinks the study ou him. civilization she Sweetheart, no white dove flying Geography was then taken up by Subject: "Hospitality." of Civil Government should be dividister under the Geary net was based occupies intellectually, morally and Had e'er as soft a breast HARTFORD, KY. ed into three grades. He says he Miss Maggie Foreman, who made a ' Select Reading by Miss C. T, Eidoclolly, giving tono to her muscles, upon the belief that the Supreme As this sweet hand that's lying (Office, over Anderson's Uauar.) elasticity to her step, a glow of health by very interesting talk, handling the son. Subject: "Roger and I." would teach the first and second Clasped in my own at rest. Court would declare said act to be unto her check nnd sweetness to her depoin all EssiybyV. N Kuykendoll: Sub-jec- constitutional, and it would be only thoWill practice their profession counthe lecture method and the third he subject very ably. sition; nor that will purify tho blood, Sweetheart, there is no glory courts of Ohio and adjoining curing all skin eruptions, wrofula, rheutext-hoiGentle Means. Address by H justice to give them another oppor- ties, and court of Apneals. and Mr. Kuykendall gave his methods would teach with the That clutters round my life Special matism, dropsy," heart diseases, head-ach- o would let the pupil read the book of teaching Geography which were A. Foreman. tunity in that retaliation. attention given to criminal practice nnd nervous languor. No, that la Bright as this bright, sweet story, "My sweetheart and my wife." not whnt is needed, for that Is already Select Reading by Miss Mary Brown, through and then take up the hook very good. The truth is that the matter is one and collections. done. The medicine, has long been disRecitation by Miss Luthetus Lark-in- of local interest and importance only. for btudy. Miss C. T. Eidson gave her metli-oJ- s covered. It Is Dr. Fcnncr's Kidney and Solo by Miss Minnie Taylor. COLORED TEACHERS Backacho Cure. Hut what Is wanted is P. A. Gary said he didn't uppove Fully 90 percent ofthe Chinese in the of teaching Geography. She, ala vniterial knovUdge of the act. And The committee on condolence offer- United States are on the Pacific Coast, of the idea ofhavingthepupil read the so, teaches Map drawing. that is just why this article is written to gite knoicttdgt of the net. Dr. Fcnner Mr-r- t In llnyll and Have nn Iiilerrnt book through and then take it up for T and the rest of the country is not JTTBBNBY Mrs. 'Mary Park discussed the mat ed the following report: Ilia; Nnuilon. knowslt will do theso things, for ho has Since last we met in a Teachers' particularly concerned about them in study, (or alter the pupil has read a ter very ably. She teacher the in Jtions sold it for 20 years, money refunded if book through they generally loose in- of the earth and Map drawing. Institute it has pleased Almighty any respect. Their presence has satisfaction not given. It will not deHARTFOItD, KY. The Colored Teachers of Ohio Counceive or disappoint Just expectation. from, us one of our labor- been magnified into a national issue in that book. He believes a child Will practice his profession in Ohio IS S Foreman teaches by showing 'God to take to n call made terest ty assembled, penuunt Take a bottlo homo should master the work as he goes the motions of the earth around the ers, Miss Paralce Berry, and by the politicians for electioneering and adjoining counties, aud court of by tltc County Superintendent, in an Whkkkas, There seemed to be ex- purposes. They are an undesirable Appeals. 'Special attention given to along not only Civil Government, sun, objectively and his idea were Institute in the Methodist Church in hibited in her young life those traits class of people for many reasons, and collections. Office east side of public He begins by excellent. other studies. Perry Westerfield, ' Hayti on September the 20, 1893, and but all drawing a map of the United Stales, wjh ivi of character that make womanhood "there can be no doubt about the right square. G. R. V.aw teaches why was called to order by Superintendnoble nnd grand, locating in tint, as near a3 pos- night and day aiulexplainstlieeclip.se of the Government to exclude them, E. D. GUFFY. ent Rogers prayer by Rev. Calvin then 13. JJ, RI NGO Whkkkas, We, members of the but it is tme at the same time that sible, the State in which we live, of the sun and moon. JJi:avm! Dam, Kv. Taylor and the choir sang No. 202, county, then the district, II. A. Foreman moved that there Institute, realize we have lost one they do not represent any definite after which the Superintendent an- then the who was joined heart and hand with peril to our institutions or any generelection of a perma- then the town and Schoolhouse. He be a Committee of condolence appointnounced that the then begins at the Schoolhouse and ed. Motion carried. The Chair ap- us in our efforts to dispel the clouds al detriment to our prosperity, There SXartferd, KantMelcy. nent Chairman was in order. Will practice iu all courts of Ohio teaches the duties of its officers, then pointed H.tA. Foreman, Miss Saman- of illiteracy. is a feeling in all sections that it On motion of P. A. Gary Superinand then the town, then tha Bracken and Mrs. Mary Parks. Whereas, Wc do deplore our loss, would be well to prohibit the coming aud adjoining counties, Superior tendent Rogers was elected perma- the district Coland the loss every noble enterprise of any more of them, and that is as Court and Court of Appeals. the county, State and Unitid States. is cusy enough if you only nent Chairman, iu:ci;ss. The House was called to lections aud all legal business attend-e- d among our people sustains. Be it Rev. Calvin Taylorheartily indorsed order by the Chairman Rev. J. J. much as can be said ofthe prevailing to. Office 329 E. Market St. know how. Wo solve the The Clnirman then made some very exRr.soiVF., That we extend to her sentiment upon the subject outside of Fleming and he being ou the .prointeresting remarks concerning the the remarks of P. A. Gary and in llio problem his approval of the method gram for the discussion of Grammar, family and relatives.in all tenderness, the localities where they are princi-- ! R-- R. WEDDING, progress of the colored race and ex- pressed I I! "our sympathy in their bereavement. pally congregated. It is not desired H. A. Foremin was called to the of their rap- given. pressed his appreciation some Chair. Mr. Flciu tiling gave his ideas Resolved lurther, That a copy of mat tney snail be persecuted 111 any Superintendent Rogers id advancement in education. these resolutions be sent to the fami- way, or deprived of any light that very interesting remarks relating his in a clear and forcible manner. He then stated the next thing in Bkavek Dam, Ky. Tho brightest anil newsiest paa copy be sent to the teaching the subject belongs to them as subjects ofanother Miss Merrell teahhes oral grammar ly and that order was the election ol a Secretary. experience in Will practice his profession in all j tor publican. per in ICintucky. Send your heartily indorsed many of the to beginners and teaches them gramGovernment who ate living under the courts ot Ohio and adjoining On motion of'MissSamautha Brack- and H A. Foreman, address ou n postal card. You methods given by the teachers. our flag. If they are willing to com- counties. Also Notary Public. daily conversation with mar in her en P. A. Gary was elected Secretary, Samantha Bracken, Com. Mrs. Mary Parks said she wanted the children. She nude a good talk. can have a sample copy ply with the terms of the law under J after which the following teachers Mary E. Parks, the women to have more to say on Mrs. Mary Parks gave hermethols were enrolled: The meeting adjourned to meet which permission is given them to resubjects, as she firmly believes of teaching, and says she has had main, that is all that can be fairly and Miss C. T. Kidson.McIIenry; S M. these Friday morning at 8:30 o'clock. in Woman's Rights and wants the wo- some trouble in .teaching the verb decently asked. There may be reasonTaylor, Hartford; II. A. l'oremon, . B. RoGiins, Co. Supt. Ch'm'n. Jo. . able doubts as to the consistency and denoting being and state, and asked Caldwell county; Miss Samantha men to run the Institute. P. A. Gary. Sec'y. a HARTFORD, KY. Miss C. T. Eidson teaches Civil that some one would give a good propriety of making discrimination Bracken, Sulphur Springs; Miss ' (CONTINUED ON 2D l'AGE.) Will practice his profession in all Government, to a great exent, by ex- - method of teaching the same. against any particular class of aliens, Minnie Taylor, Horton; P. A. Gary, uiiiinc but that is a question of ethics rath- the Courts ot Ohio and adjoining nit wmiuiLii me Miss Eidson gave her methods of Rockport. counties, and in the Court ot Apui uucyuig 111c laws, iiius teaching and says she teaches oral Statu or Ohio. City o? Toledo 1 ss er than of practical statesmanship, Trustees: Rev. Calvin Taylor nnd necessity peals. Special attention given - to J Lucas County. inspiring within them the spirit of grammar. and we need not stop to discuss it in collections. Office, in County AttorB. V. Mosely, Hartford. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that citizens. When one pupil the adjustment of matters that has ney's office, in Court House. A motion was made, and carried, S. M. Taylor made a motion that ' accuses nuothcr of a misdemeanor and that we extend the time of discussion he is the senior partner ofthe firm only a significence at most, and there be an Institute paper edited of F.J. Cheney & Co., doing business charge and there is no ten minutes. b eaalljr eariwil bjrannmr of clllirr irx In anr during the session of the Institute. he denies the iu the Cityol Toledo Ohio, Countyand should be treated from the standpoint : I art of the country, who l wlltlnr tuuurk Imlu.. other witness, she does not punish the of ordinary expedience. IS. S Foreman said that some of On motion of II. A. Foreman Miss at tin onipltHiiitiit wliWh ur furnlth. trlouilr State aforesaid, and that said firm will accused, thus showing the impropri awl ton run no lnv labor li light nil I the teichers seenudto divide the verb Samantha Bracken was elected editor rllk whatever. We lit mil cuiuilrlr.iu that cty of punishing one for n crime with- an teaches the active and neglects pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED ou can fire tde tm.lii4 n trial wlllmiit expi me ToHi'lierV Awioclntlon. to)Our.lf. Furllne wlllhictoilun Utile uoik, of the Institute Journal, and on moDOLLARS for each and ever' case of The teachers of Fordsville Magisteevidence that the rest. tlila li Ilia irrnn.lcit oiler mailr. un ran nrurk tion of Rev. Calvin Taylor II. A. out having sufficient allilur, or In tliceienltijr onli. If )iu are ni. Catarrh that cannot be cured by rial District met at Fordsville Saturthe crime had been committed. ploj eu, ami have a few .pari hour At )uur II A Foreman spoke at somelength Foreman was made Assistant editor. utlllie Ihein, uiul ml. I to lour litcoui., day September 16, 1893. In the abread quite on the subject in the midst of which the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure, Miss Luthetus Larkin our builiieu will not Imitfiie tit nil. You will A motion was made by S. M. Taylor FRANK J. CHENEY. be Ajuasnl on the Inn nt Hie ritpMlty ami raw sence of the Chairman Prof. S. W. an interesting essay, subject, "Edu- the time ran out. bjr which you amaH itolhtr that the Institute fee be two dollars, Swcm to before me and subscribed Pate was chosen Chairman pro tern. iUy ouL fctriti bijrlnmri tire une"hil from tHe cation," which was highly appreciatThe time for the debate llr.t hour. Any otic can run the bii.lnraa none but received no second. It was mov, rived, and on motion by having ar- in my presence, this the 6th day of As there were but few teachers fall. You ihouhl try tinllitiig ilie iintll you ire Mrs, Mary December, A. D. rS86. ed by II. A. Foreman that the fee be ed by the teachers. tor jouririi wii.n you can no mi ine uumieM " present and no program had been which we ofTir. No capital riVl. Women are S. M. Taylor moved that we have Parks, Miss Samantha Bracken lead one dollar which was amended by P. grand worker.; nowadayi they lit ike at much prepared, the Chairman appointed a if men. IhertoihuuM Irv (hit bulii, ni It loo A. Gary by adding fifty cents, making a debate Thursday evening at 3 ofTon the subject and on motion of A. W. GLEASON, SEAL. well adapted them. Wrlle at on re ami tee for Committee to arrange a program for rouricb. AdJreu II. HAI.I.irrT CO., the Institute fee one dollar and fifty o'clock, subject, "omans Rights." H. A. Foreman each speaker was alOFFICE OVER RED FRONT Ma. llux rll0, I'lrllitml, next meeting. A Committee was appointed to get lowed ten minute3 to speak on the Notary Public. cents, after which the Institute adThe members of said Committee up a program lor Thursday night. M. S. Taylor and subject, journed to meet at 1 o'clock p. 111. Hal's ICatarrh Cure is taken interIs prepared to do all kinds of The Chairman appointed S. M. Taymade a motion that the vote author- nally and acts directly on the blood were: Misses Belle Johnson, Eva Dental work at reasonable prices. NOON. A, Foreman and Miss Margery izing Miss Bracken to lead off be reand mucous sin faces of the system. Pirtle and Mr. J. D. Hocker. The Institute was called toorder by lor H. The program is as follows: Hinton.-givin- g them the privilege of considered, which carried. Send for testimonials, free. Welcome address J. D. Hocker, IBHBaXriBVLaBBraBv1 the Chairman at 1:30, p. m. aaaa aaaaj bbbbbbj aaj aaaa l Mrs. Parks lead ofl in behalf of WoaBSi F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. arrived the selecting others to serve with them, Several teachers having l Baa 1 amm- - BBBal BmoBl t yJ BBBB Baal tSbbBBi Response S. W. Pate. and they selected G.R. Vass and Miss man's Suffrage, followed by Calvin aaVM SbbbW CSTSold by all druggists, 74c. I 'I sbbbti Moral Training in School Miss 11 saammmVv following names were enrolled: Mar- Georgia Walker. saoaa! km" Soot Taylor for the Negative, followed by 'I Saw G. R.Vass, Morgantown; Miss I B,f lS Sam. H m FYS J1 & V B Belle Whittinghill and F. J. Jarboc The Committee repotted the fol- S. S. Stone, H. A. Foreman, Mr. gery Hinton, Beaver Dam; Mr. TI10 lilueur Qtirntlon. How to Teach Penmanship D. H.' Kuykendall, S. M, Taylor, E. S. Prentis; Mrs. Mary Parks, lowing program: I Careatt.and Trade-- arlca obtained, and all Pit. Godsey and Miss Belle Johnson. Stntbuiineu conducted for MooiNATt Pits. Foreman Calvin Taylor and Miss C. Music. Prayer. Music. It appears that the Chinese quesOrncc i Oppoairt O. .PiTCNTOrnei f Ourwe can secure patent la leas Uoie than those Hartford; Mrs. Addte Wilcox, HartEssay Miss Eva Pirtle. and T. Eidson respectively. Essay Miss Minnie Taylor. ford; Miss Victoria Merrell, Butler The LeaiUng Fhotographor. tion is' coming to the front again in a ictnctelrom Washington. The Teachers' Duty Mr. Rhoads, c bend model, diawlnff or photo., with ducrlp-Reading Miss Addic WilSelect On motion that we extend the time form of a proposition to limit or postl'j .l.la II lntKl, VI UVI, IISQ Ul f .Inn IIS IUII.G, If VC1I.UI9 nr tnt fr wt county: IS. S. Foreman McLean coun21IUU, Mrs. Pearl Miller, Ira Petty and L. tckarge. Our fM not duo till patent la aecured, cox. ten minutes. H. A. Foreman spoke pone the operation of the Geary ex?iciorn lo Srerj S.;i ui Siii. i APaMpiucT, "How to Obtain Paunu," with ty; and Miss Georgia Walker, HartW. Godsey. fcoat of aaoie In tht U. S. and foralgn oouatrka Essay Mr. tfuykendoll again against Woman's Rights. E, clusion law, if not to practically deford, after which Miss C. T. Kidson The Duty of Trustees nnd Patrons 901d Pictures Copied and Enlarged Essay Miss C. T. Eidson. S. Foreman for it. The debate creat- feat its main purpose. The Chinese took up the subject of writing and Messrs, Win. Keene, Jordon Hay-nc- s A SPECIALTY. Recitation Miss Luthetus Latkin. ed quite an interest among the teach- Minister to this country is said to gave a good talk and advanced some Opp. patknt Orncc. Washington, 0. C. and C. B. Phillips. 108 Main Street. P. A. Gary.Moved that the report ers. Adjourned. which made a splendid methods, have represented that such action is Recitation Miss Florence Wright. B7m6 0WENSB0R0, KY of the Committee be adopted, which NIGHT SESSION. necessary to prevent re taliatiouagainst good impression. Benefits Derived from our Associawas done unanimously. The teachers met in a night session Americans in China, and to avert a Mrs. Mary Parks said she always On motion of H, A Foreman the In- on September 21. Ch'm'njo. B. Rog- war between the two nations, and the tions J. W. Petty und others. used the Spcncerian System, and has MCIHVII.LE,NT. LOCIM aVTEX.I.I My Ideal School Miss Mollie Tun-stal- l. ers called the house to order, Administration is understood to be her pupils to get Spencerian books, stitute adjourned. Loawilli, St, L9.i1 & ex.1 iiliij. The Institute met September 21, at arid in districts where the house has P raycr by H. A. Foreman. in favor of this solution of the probClosing Address Z. H. Shultz. no desks she has the little ones to 9 o'clock a. m. and was called to orDuet Miss Minnie Taylor and II. lem. A bill is being prepared by the SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV. 1, INI. The Association then adjourned to No. 61, get down on their knees before the der by the Chairman, and was open- A. Foreman. House Committee on Foreign Affairs No. 63, WEST BOUND. Dally. Dally. seat and thus use the copy bsok to a ed by singing "I am trusting Iord Next was an address by Prof. O. M. to extend the period of registration meet at Haynesville September 30, Lt. Loulavllle .2S p. m. 7:43 a. m. in thee," then prayer by Prof. H. A, Shultz. Subject: "Schools and School for six months, definite assurances 1893, at 9 o'clock a. in. All are lnvi- very good aJvant.tge. .. 8:11a.m. TitOp.m.- WeatToInt r ted to attend, especially the teachers. H. 4 Foreman spoke of the disad- Foreman. 9:17 a. m. Brandenburg.... :07 p. m. He made a fine address, having been given that at that time Teachers." IrYlnKton'..... ............ :( a.m. p.m. S. W. Pate, Ch'm'n, After the roll was called, Miss Sa- which cannot fail to greatly benefit.. all the Chinamen now in this counCURES NOTHINf BUT PILES. vantages under which the colored 10:23 a. m. :21 p. m. Strphenaport Miss Eva Pirtle, Sec'y. teachers have labored in teaching mantha Brackeu took up the subject try will obey the law, and thus rend- Next an Essay by MissTaylor.after 10:44 a.m. CloTerport :4p. m. Hawearille writing in not being supplied with of Arithmetic. She says with the A IURI and CERTAIN OUR 11:11a.m. 10.lv p.m. Lewltport 10.34 p.m. IB years asth BIST 11:33a.m. known for desks in their school rooms. He small children she begins by teachOwenabore 12: 18 p. m. 11:11 p. m. RIMEDY FOR PlkKS. fWaarW ay aiCaUaBSOI MMICUa CO., IT. IOCU. thinks it is not the best idea in teach- ing them to count from one to a hun1:04 p. m. 11.33 p. m. Bpottsville 1:23 p. n. 12.20 a. m. Ar. Henderson...... ing beginners to write to give them a dred, then she teaches Addition and No. 52, No. 54, copy and tells them to write by that, Subtraction together, teaching them EAST BOUND. REMEMBER WE aUAHAlfTEE A COKE I Dally. Daily ana invite tno tnott He says he shows them how to make the difinitiou of same. 4 SoleBtlflo Anerleu carcfufliivostliration aa to our resnonalbll Lt. Henderson...... ......... 7:13 a. m. 3: ISp. m. lty aud tbe merits of our Tablet. the letters before having them to Spottatllle a. m. p. m. - . ..... Then in a very vivid and plain , l:27T. m. 4:23 p. m. Owrtic'nro. ... make them by copy. 1 READ OUR way she stated her method ot teach 0.09 a.m. 5.05 p. m Lewiaport I TEgTIaiOHIUS G. R. Vass ays he takes the lowand Division, ing Multiplication Hawearille J3 a. in. 5:30 p. m WlIIcotnpletclydcrtToythodeslroforTOnACCOlnfrom StoSdays. Perfectly barm- er case letters of the alphabet and then she took up Common Fractions, Clo wport 10:01 a. m. 5.57 p. m. -- . teas , uia iiuhiuk um, uuu muy vv Kiveu in a cup 01 u-- or conca wiiaout toe Knowi- mi, pauuub, w uu win vuiuuturiiy BiopamoKiugTorcuewiugin mewaays. Stephenaport a. m. 6:1 p. ra. vukoui teaches the pupil to make one letter a then Decimals. 11:02 a.m. 7.05 p.m. , Irrington riPnHlfPWNrSS anft MnPPHTWC HUNT can bo cured at homo, and with- lm. day, and they generarlly learn to make uiiuimumtjuuu uuu juuiuuiiiu Uiiun oumuycnori on tuo part or 11:29 a. m. 7:31 p. m. Brandenburg TMADI MARKS. I M JtfmaffJp" Miss Hinton teaches them to count tuo patient, by tho uso or our SPECIAL FORMULA QOLD CURB TABLETS. Wtat Point .. 12 03 p. m.( S 03 p. m, days. He then them in twenty-siOISIQN FATINT. A FEW treatment patients aro allowed tho ireo ubo or Liquor or MorliundredYthen she teaches them one uurinfr Ar, LouiavlUe 1.00 p. m.' t:03 p. m. copvnioHTa. ato. phine uutll such tlmo as tbey (ball voluntarily glvo them up. (has them to connect them from A to For Informitloa and free Handbook writs to Her to count from one to twenty. tiv BBiiu puruuuiura mm pampniei 01 testimonials jrco, una an&u CO- - an IIuoauwat, Nsw Your. MUNN Testimonials Z and then he begins to combine Taalna No. 61 and Nu. 62 make connection at uukiuu iuiini-- vuuervrB jromujiy 01 lueau uauiuin cooiniuniuaDldeat bureau for aecurtng patent. In America. methods are similar to thoseof Miss 11011 nun persona wno uavo uecu curea oy me use 01 our 1 adlkts. brought Irrlngton (Sunday exccptril) with Iralps on Louts-lllKrerr patent them into small words. g,, pubUo by ataken out by ua laot orurgs befnro Dotloa kItoq trM from persons la the HILL'S TABLETS are for saio by all hkstclabs HarllnaUtrir 4 Western It. I!., eaat and Bracken's. She then gave her methods uiuxKiviHUb a i,yu iiur jincitaKUS. M. Taylor says he thinks it best of weal hound. For lurther Information, addre a who have been not keen them,- eneloaena S I .flA teaching Fractions. She said the .,. " r:r"r .11 yoururugKiau .. . Sf t . " ov II. C, MOKDUE. (Jen. IVr ig't. ami wa win aonu vuu. L. return mail anacKaneai our to teach the children to join the letoured by the use of great trouble in teaching Arithmetic Lnalaville, Ky. Lsrnat etrenlatlon of sot aclntlno paper In tao to Write your namo and address plainly, ond stato teaching them ters before world. Bplendtdlr llluatrated. Monntelllmnt Is that we do not drill our pupils whether Tablets aro for Tobacco, Morphine or man ahould be without It. Weekly. B3.0U make the alphabet as a whole. He ijiijuur jiuuii. SUOalx montha. Addreaa MpNN A CO. enough in the art of reading numbers. I'uaLiiuxtta, 301 Urosdway, Mew York City. DO NOT BB DECEIVED Into'pnrchnilng says he teaches the pupils to make TUB OntO CHCMICAL CO.) any ui uis viiriiwa uusiruuia luntiiro ucing WHEN YOU GO TO 0WENSB0R0. Mr, II. A. Foreman suggested that ueab bib: I navo been uiing: your uiltirvil lur lmr. All lur 7 f the more simple letters first, and then some one organize a class and give euro for tobacco habit, and found It would XjtVSZjSTS and take no oilier. t do what you claim for It. I used ten cents GALLON the more complicated ones. Manufactured only by Tfre Quarterly worth of tbostronKestchowlnir tobacco a dav. of their methods of teaching or conductand tront ono to flvo clgurst or I would smoke kuckss. The Chairman called the ing 'a class in arithmetic.Miss Hinton am tan to lortvnlneaof tobacco. Have chewed Slaflt Coplei, SOe nnit amoked far twentvrlve veara. and two nackafres House to order and on motion of P, organized a class and showed how she . $.to F.rY.ar, OHIO CHEMICAL CO,, of your TaUlets cured me so I have no desire for it. Boasd Yolan.i, t.00 11. M. JAYLOHD, Leslie, Allen. A. Gary Mrs. Mary Parks was elected conducted a class in arithmetic Then 61, 63 65 Opirs Block, Donas Febbt. M. Y. moOrganist for the Institute and on Tne Onio CnamoAL Co.: GcirrLBHCN: Somo tlmo ajro I sent Miss Eidson took charge of the class for 1.00 worth of vonr Tablets for Tobacco Habit. I received LIMA, OHIO. For the final and Moat.Artutie .Work, them all rltrht and. althouirh 1 was both a heavy smoker and chewer. ....""' r riansK, Tituurw Dtp... Wual.rta. tion of S. M Taylor Miss Minnie Tay-lo- r and gave her method of conducting a iaAM,bkM.-e- . they did tho work In less than three days. I am cured. a. wiNruir. ld!u j4SujiS PARTICCLAB3 was elected Assistant Organist. clos3, which was a very good one, Truly yours, MAT11EW JOUNSUN.l'.O.BoxiB. A Mtr.t. ttai.ly aad al V any the or ttyle. Frcderica St. , dwem 1 nbllcanaa. I'lTTSBOBOH, FA. ck Ibuck U FREE. Civics was next taken up by Mrs. after which Mrs. Parks, Mr. av. I coiidflM. I.t. ta iHiftll a coaiMM." PRIX. I. ?. TnsOnioCnEKiCALCo.: Qiiktlbmcm: It gives me pleasuro to speak a C . ' 6m37 ja mm nr KHUMAN,CrVal.OTlir,awa;N. Srdandith. auaicieu Mary Parks. She said she starts to Mr. Vass Mr. Gary and Mr. r llnnnr.anil nraiaii rora vour 'rauit-u- your v son was mronKi vdays ho 10 the use of thrnneli friend. I was led to try vourTubleU. Howaaabeavyi and Pw ale.brlMdlac wkMNri tad Km OMhaa 'quit drlnklna-- . Tablets but three constant drinker, but after using teaching Civil Government by the Fleming, then Miss Taylor took up and will not touch llnuor of any kind. 1 havo waited four month before wrIUnaT Your. tru.HjaEM you, in order to know tho euro was permanent. lecture system. When she takes up Division ol Decimal Fractions , M0BIU80,,. rmlfa SuUalpUu. i.rJ. Addrm. she has her pupils to Tbe Chairnian then went to the the text-boo- k CUHRKNT HlSTONY, OlNCIHXATI. OHIO. STOPPED FREE bstsoit, meMw.., If isfcifins innriii THK OHIO CnXHICAL uo: UENTLSMSH! lour lauiew nave pcnunncuaminwjio in my ease. read the lesson and tell her what board and gave an explanation of Issms Panose RattarW I have used morphine, hypodermleally, for seven years, ana havo boon cured by the use of W. L. LOTJ JSQAT. two packages of your Tablets, and without any effort on my part. pODa'ICUAf they have learned about it. She says Division, of Decimals, during which, NiaiiiKuTnan nu uraors to VtuiaSNiivitlyuuL &3.VZZ it was quite a difficult task to get the time arrived for adjournment for , "! fZ:J7rl ""5f i andCtetfaiXalMRESPONSIBLE TWi rva at noma I0EMTS WANTED. IMHIIIW LVioutpeia.l)ootofwiia- girls interested in the study, but dinner, and tbe Institute adjourned. MHi&tutf. g TnulMud liaUlbotUa. wn aau.an. i a dituo- - ooai eaM ; I, S3 sntf ss opera Block, lima, ohio. being; somwhat of woman's rights' ; ... KOON. Mcwvad. S.4 a.m... r. 6. and amma tlctilara tent Nt mention this t awrlUi UUtUd 10 Da KLINK Arrh St.Pftllad.lael IB.U.WOOLLEY.1 advocate herself, she finally succeeded The teachers met at I .'40 and was AWmf. .Otaoe WWWUlNISUMt w0 J-- dWm more-seriou- s LAWYERS, t: k s. James A.Sirat3i, if to-da- Attorney at Law. attorneys To Know SSt aw, ITALL mm mmk, r 111-- dc Attorney at Law, "1 For The '1 ASKING. Lawyer WSJTE m I ONE DOLLAR , . EVERY HOUR pleit.-tnt- 1 iiMitiloil,-ir,(larlnan- DENTIST. adooo. omaHaoamaa. iSl ilEHS.B.l,AHL2s1i JBJ HhH BW II Kuy-kcnda- lt, lark idik, C.A.SNOW&CO. TABLER'SPIIC iiKEYELlLE OINTMENT I ymnnmi CHILL'S Double Chloride of Gold Tablets a Ift CsVOAVMT. x e, mnitilt mtmm sr 1 t Hill's Tablets. feister CUKKS9 the: BBMBy C.Theo.Cain, Kuy-krnda- ll, I J ITS WflBl THE OHIO CHEMICAL CO., , , I .-- y -i- , i' Hartford Republican rUBMSIIKl) KVKIIY FltMUY MOHNINO. Killlor nd rroprlflor TiiKiti: is more and better stock on exhibition at tbo Fu'r this week than was over seen on the grounds before. JO. It. ROUf.RN, FRIDAY, dElTEIUER2a, 1893 Firrrcit's Southern Matjaiine for October is n snjended specimen of artistic aud literary merit. This magazine is growing iu public favor nnd deserves the success it it achieving. Atvohney Joe Noe, of Owonsba-r- o, JILL HAS A SAY. son of "That little bandy-shanke- d was nominated as the Democratic n saw log, the Hartford, Kentucky, candidate) for the 'State Senate last Rr.i'unucAN, the Ohio county oracle Monday. Hon. T. S. Pettit was nomspeech-makin- g of the g. o. p , which yawps out the inated by the Independents or Popusilly lisp of the Huggs of Bugg alley lists for the samo place, and a lively gQ OUT incUlUltiOll WUV OUT CUStoniOl'S lUlVC " that as how it was noratcd that he race will no doubt be tho result. was for 'lowed the Courier-JournUS U Cull WO Will glVC lllOrC 0Ut t() Jacob, Jacob was beaten, is admonishThe Muhlenberg Democrats have ed that it is never .safe for country uoiniuated Dr. G. V. Towns for RepsangNo.64.ti.eti.e.subjectofschooi Grading was taken up by P. A. Gary Jill to follow city Jack on any errand resentative nnd Baily P, Wooton for whatever, but least of all to the pois- School Superintendent. nnd was discussed by him until the They n'to oned well of municipal politics. There indorsed Capt. S. K. Cox, of noon hour, when on motion of S.M. arc things and things, and wheels inTaylor the discussion ol School Grafor State Senator, The mil side of wheels, and all is not precisely ding was carried over until the after thing that would hinder the gallnut what it seems. The Republican ornoon. Captain from making a first-claNOON. gan in Louisville is a good paper for bo his inability to get Republicans to read, and we advise Seuator would The Institute was called to order Slado Taylor. But it is votes enough to deleat them to read it abundantly. by the Chairmin and hymn No. 87 not a good source of trustworthy inwas sang, and on motion of II. A. formation touching Democratic poliForeman thetimc of discussing School tics and purposes, and when it asGrading was limited to ten minutes. The subject was then discussed by such cribes to the Courier-Journm m awful deeds and dark conspiracies, and II. A. Foreman and S. M. Taylor, Ilnrirnnl Tmchprn' Aorlntlaii who were followed by the Chairman, proves them by pictures dire, be sure Met in College Hall at 2 o'clock Sepwho made some very appropriate reits design is not to contribute to Dem- tember 23, 1893. The meeting was marks, then proceeded to explain the harmony, or to make Demo- called to order by Supt. Rogers, and ocratic C. Sl'KOLL, Teachers' Register. cratic votes. Its echo down in Ohio in the absence of the President, Prof. MeanNnprrliitoiitlriil'it Appointment. Phyiology was then taken up by county should have a care. K. R. Ray, Mr. Rogers was made I will visit the following schools at S. M." Taylor, followed by Miss C. T. while, the Courier.Journal is doing Chairman pro tcm, a business at the old stand, ladling out Eidson and II. A. Foreman. The teachers gathered round the times names: MONDAY, OCT. 2. of reading was then doctrine to the faithful, courage to the organ and sang that old familiar song, The subject p.'in m timid, inspiration and hope to the "Let us Pass Over the River nnd Rest S a m, No 81 Miss Maggie Stevens. discussed by II. A. Foreman, who 1 No. 19 P II Ross. pin, ideal, and cheerily saying to all: Under the Shade of the Trees." organized a class and illustrated his A." D "Devil take the hindmost!" method of teaching primary reading. "The Five Senses as Educational 2:30 p in, No. 99 V P Maddox. TUESDAY, OCT. 3. He was followed by Miss S.iiuantlia That bavwinuowed Knight of the Factors" was introduced by Chas. H. . Bracken and Mrs. Mary Parks. Ellis and the discussion was continu- 8 a in, No. 70 Fied Strother. Bowl, the Louisville C0Ur'er-J')Urn- al 10:30 a m, No. 22 15 D Maddox. Both gentleAfter recess the Institute Rixkss. very distinctly not the "oracle" of the ed b O. M. Shultz. ,12 111, No 21 J Ham Barnes. was called to order by the Chairman Jefferson county unterrified, thus de- men made excellent talks. THURSDAY, OCT. 5. Hymn No. 65 was sung. Wm. Foster, in his talk on "Why livers itself in reply to our recent reconcluded that we teach 8 a 111, No 52 Miss Oma Smith. The subject of Spelling was then was for we Teach," mark that the Courier-Journmore especially to avoid "Mental 11:30 a m, No 12 Miss Mary Miller. taken up by E. s'. Foreman who orJacob, hence his defeat, and that iu ganized a class and practically illusbesides it was a great 3 p 111, No 20 (Barnett's Creek.) nuy rase if you wish your man to win Pigmies" and FRIDAY, OCT. 6. trated his methoJ of teaching, which pleasure to n teacher to watch with you should have the V--J to oppose -was very 'good. interest the expansion of the young 8 a 111, No 109 L M Sanderfur. him. Now, in all its tirade one can1 1 a m, No 67 W C Gray. History was next discussed by Miss mind. not find even the semblance of comDuet by Misses I p m, No 48 J L Hoover. Minnie Taylor, E. S. Foreman, II. A. Instrumental mon sense and indeed, the Courier-JournMONDAY, OCT. 9. , Foreman, S. M. Taylor and Miss C. Coombes was much enjoyed. iu theke parts is never accusEidson, who gave very interesting we do with Kindergar- 8 a m, No 100 C M Crowe. T. "What can I I :jo a m, No 55 J I, Elmore. ed of having a very great abundance ten in our Schools?" The young la, Ulks on the subject. of that article and especially as not dies Misses Gibson and Coleman, 2:30 p 111, No 105- - Miss Mallie Fer The Chairman then announced that guson. possessing to any effectual degree that who had this subject, decided that the hour had arrived for the organizaTUESDAY. OCT. 10. tion of a County Teachers' Associakind of sense which would enable it under the present circumstances nnd tion. to get from under before being crush- school law it would be quite impossi- 8 a m, No 56 J C Barnard. 1 :3o a m, No 49 J II Barnes. On motion of Miss C. T. Eidson ed. Doubtless the Knight wus seek- ble for a country school to have KinNo 49 I C Hoover. EvS. M. Taylor was elected" Vice Presia is on which he dergarten. It is necessary that this 2:30 p m, ing the big side a side WEDNESDAY, OCT. 11. dent of the Hartford Magisterial is unfortunately seldom found when work should be taught in connection believe a time 8 a in, No 57 Miss Georgia Hudson. District, P. A. Gary was elected Vice he espoused the cause of Mr. Jacob, with all schools and we President of the Rockport Magisteriwill come when the smaller children 11:30 a m, No 97 (Bell's Run) but that he was a Jonah to the teacher and the 2:30 p 111, No 5S C M Hicks. al District, V. N. Kuykendall was will have a special to is abundantly proven by the THURSDAY. OCT. 12. elected Vice President ol the Crom. Kindergarten work will be in connecFrom returns. It has long been so. 8 a in, No 83 A P Taylor. well Magisterial Disttict, Miss Mintion with our public schools. the Democratic Convention of 188J, " sung by little 11:30 a in, No 78 (Belmont) nie Taylor was elected Vice President "Cats of Boston, when the hangman of Erie was nomi Florence Morton, was bright and 2:30 p m, No 111 Miss Beltie Johns of the Rosinc Magisterial District. nated over the great Henri's protest amusing. ton. Miss Margery Ilinton was elected to the recent fatal 12th of September FRIDAY, OCT. 13. Secretary, and on motion of S. M. After recess Miss Margaret Nail, Primary, the Omrier- - Journal has come assisted by Miss Carrie Woerner, gave S a 111, No 37 Miss Cova Anderson. Taylor the Association will meet in out second best. us another rare treat in the way of 10:30 a in, No 47 Miss Gertrude Hartford the second Saturday in each is Mills. But why should the Knight wish an instrumental duet. month. p m, No 4 I.ee B Mills. The Institute then adjourned. now to evade the fact that he was fot "Open.ing exercises in School," The Trustees and patrons are reNIGHT SESSION. Mr. Jacob? Is he nfraid of Tylor and was discussed by Messrs. D. 15. Milat 7:30 The Teachers his influence and does he hope through ler, C. M. Crowe, SuptRogers, L. quested to be present. It is especialthe latter to court the favor of the T.Barnard and MissCoombes. In the ly necessary that the full Board of and was called to order by the ChairTrustees be on hand, a's important man and the Institute was opened by police force, which Jacob threatened beginning of the discussion Mr. Miller seemed op osed to any kind business will be transacted with each singing Hymn No. 311 and prayer Fear not, dear with the guillotine District. Trustees will bring their Henri, Tip Tyler is gallant enough to of religious 'exercises in the school, Record Book and District Boundary. by Rev. S S. Stone and the singing of Hymn No. 231. we arc glad to say that the other I.lkcii M rent Itnllnny be merciful in victory and he will but Resp'y, Jo. B. Rogers. two gentlemen persuaded htm to beFirst on program was an essay by With its branches running 111 every no doubt instruct his policemen not to lieve that the prosperity, success and Cihip Rim Nnnil.iy .School Olvbrntlnn. Miss Addie Wilcox. Next an address directiou, are the arteries and veins --TO SEE THE- disturb a certain Knight of the beer hapiness of a school depended greatJo. U Rogers, which convey the blood to every part The people of the community of by Superintendent barrel on precarious occasions but to ly upon an amount of religious exer- Cane Run met at that place the production of of the system. A cold, sudden change 4th which was a masterly deliver unto him the freedom of the cises now and then in our schools. or exposure may cause poisonous acids Sunday in September for the purpose rich thought city and in no instance to be so cruel The Editor, Miss Samantha Brack- toclog the circulation, nnd then comes "Why John left the Farm," read by of celebrating the Cane Rutland Fair- as to "run him in." But what was Miss Coleman, after which the busiview Sunday Schools. The rain kept en then read the Institute Chronicle, Rheumatism. Beware! If you value tbo matter with the Kuight when he ness of the meeting was attended to. many at home. Eld. T. J. Acton first which was very interesting. your life, remove the obstruction indicted that fquib anyhow? Surely, The Committee on Resolutions with Drummond's Lightning RemMiss Dora Gibson and Messrs. addressed the audience on the subject, serpents were in uncomfortuble prox- Shultz and Crowe were appointed to "The design of the Sunday School." then made their report, which was as edy. You can get it in large bottles at your druggists, or it will be sent to imity to the boots which go iu nnd arrange time and place for our next He was followed by Kid, F. M. Faris follows: Wiir.RHAR, We appreciate the spir- you by express, if you send to the meeting, also to make out program on the subject, "Man is what he of Room IU. out makes himself." Both of whom had it of the Pastor and officers of the M. Drummond Medicine Co , 48.50 "Devil take the hindmost," eh? for same. Maiden Lane, New York. Agents Suggestions for systematic reading the undivided attention of the peo- E. Church in that they have allowed wanted. Why didn't you say: "Devil take " The and study in connection with our As- ple. About torty pupils then recited us the use of their Church which has Henri and the comTo tho Farmors. These sociation were made by Miss Gibson recitations. The people then adjourn-t- o been much to our pleasure and expresiions mean the same. We are before you again with the a bounteous dinner. After dinner, fort therefore, be it and Mr. Shultz. two latter have been the hindmost for Rr.soi.vrU), That we tender them best selected stock of groceries ever Roll call 14 teachers were present; Eld. W. R. Oldham addressed the so long that the memory of man runon the subject, "How can man our most hearty thanks for the same, brought to Hartford. We have exertProf. C. M. Hicks, of the absent. Besides, 4 neth not to the contrary. ed every effort to buy at the lowest Buford Association was present and hear the Gospel and not hear it?" He and be it further His Satanic Majesty has a controlling made some very interesting remarks. was followed by Kid. T. Rksolved, That we tender our cash price, and intend at all times to J. Acton on interest iu both, but he doesn't want We were invited to meet with the the subject of "Moral Training." Aft- thanks to the citizens of Hartford for give our customers the advantage of 'em. It he can't get anything but Buford teachers in a joint meeting at er some recitations the people separ- their hospitality and for the interest the same. We p ty the highest prices He will save you MONEY by Buying from HIM. Will "hindmost" he won't have any at all. Beda the 3d Saturday in October, and ated having thoroughly enjoyed they have manifested during the In- for produce cash or groceries. sell you a Buggy, Harness, Lap Duster and Whip from IGO, 00 Any time you need anything in our The devil is an individual of some in nil probability we will accept the hemselves. stitute, and be it further T. J. A. line we will be very glad to wait on up to $75.00. The Davis Carriage Company has the reputataste no doubt mid hence his dislike invitation. KEsot.VED, iliat we tender our Klimiiirr WcnkiiP m Motion made and carried to adjourn And that tired feeling, loss of appe- worthy Superintendent, fo B. Rogers, you and guarantee the lowest prices for Heuri and tU6 Louner-Journtion of building tho beat Buggy for the money of any Factory until the 3d Saturday in October. their present run down condition. tite and nervous prostration are driv thanks for his earnest labors among and the best quality of goods. in Cincinnati. Very Resp'y, Jo. B. Ror.KKS, Ch'm'n, pro tern. Doubtless it would be more toleraen away by Hood's Sarsaparilla, like us and his encouraging words during Coleman, Sec'y. the session of the Institute, be it Stevens & Collins. Miss Salmi: ble for Heuri to bo running a newsmist before the morning sun, To re Resolved, That we extend our alize the benefit of this great medicine paper in that laud where the worm ADAIiUIIU. of James Hinesdied give it a trial and you will join the thanks to Mrs. G. W. Parks and Miss the fire is not quenched dieth not ami The infant child contemporaries the 20th inst., and was buried in the army of enthusiastic admirers of Minnie Taylor for furnishing music, than his wide-awa- ke linn II Aria. and be it further and his continued political slip ups Antioch cemetery at this place.Also a Hood's Sarsaparilla. After using Dnimtnond's Lightning Weak and Dyspeptlo Resolved, That we extend our George Rhoads died the 21st are makiug it for him in this life, child of Sure, efficient, easy Remedy for Rheumatism according HOOD'S thanks to Prof. P. A. Gary for his Hood' Barsapartlla Gave Strength but whosoever runneth a uewspaper nnd was buried the 22d. We tender PILLS. They should be in every services as Secretary. to direction, for ten days, Mr. John and Perfectly Cured like the Comicr'Jnurnal is a hard sin- our warmest sympathy to the bereaved traveler's grip and every family medW. Boyenlon, of Hampton, Vn Wheueas, Jo. B. Rogers has man and commend them to Him icine chest. writes that he can walk and attend to ner and the pains of hades ought to parents 25c. a box. ifested more interest in the Colored said: "Cast all your care up- If you cau afford to be annoyed by business, which he could not do beget hold on him anyhow to teach him who has Teachers than any of his predeceslirlrk InrNnlr. on Him." sick headache and constipation, don't fore. This Remedy has a remarkable the error of his ways. Plenty of good brick for sale at sors in that he established a Colored Rev. B. F.Jenkins, who has been record for cures not only relieving use De Witt's Little Early Rjseri for We cau understand the condition a Hartford, Ky. Parties needing brick Institute, and called to the care of Bell's Run Church, hey will cure them. L. B. BRANi pain, but restoring all the functions newspaper man who would ask the entered upon his work Saturday, the for any purpose, would do well to call V:iEHEAs,$tWe do most heartily of the crippled limbs. There is no Great Source of all good to take him 16th inst. On Sunday he baptized on or address me at above place and I regret the loss that is to come to us FITS. AH fits stopped ftee by Dr. excuse for any one to suffer any longbut to beg the Devil to lake you aud Rev. W. D. Cox, who was formerly a will fill all orders at most reasonable by the expiration of his term of office, er when this wonderful Remedy af- Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. No prices. 8tf E. L. HnRRiNC and be refused by tliut individual indiMethodist minister, and four other fords such certain relief. II your drug- fits after first day's use. Marvelous Wheueas, The interests of our cates a depth of depravity which wo converts. gist has not got it, write to the Drum- cures. Treatise and 2. 00 trial bottle Witiifrtl! schools and our people in general have had hitherto supposed was attainable f The school nt this place is progress-in- g Maiden mond Medicine Co., of good pop- - been better subserved than during One or two free to Fit cases. Send to Dr. Kline, alone by members of the legal profesnicely. Lane, New York, Agents wanted. lar lumber. Address, that of any proceeding Administrasion. Uncle John P. Taylor, an aged citi93 1 Arch St. , Phila. , Pa. For sale by F. A, Ames & Co.,-Vny Vil tion, nnd Sympathy for the fallen and uu zen of this place, is visiting his son, 36 ly Owensboro, Ky. tf The teachers who subscribed to the all druggists; call on yours. Wuekeas, Histerm of ofliceexpircs done prevents further notice of this C. C. Taylor, of Westerficld. fund to be expended iu the purchase on the Second Monday in August, One word describes it "perfection." Mrs. Minda Patton visited her fathuncrowned King of Jonahs, and thus Utlllillnjr JlmeriM. of a Webster's International Diction- We refer to Vr. JT. K. White De Witt's Witch Hazel Any one needing building material 1894, be it for the present at least we throw the er's family, near Magan, last week. Birmingham, Alabama. ary for the school having the best work Salve, which cures obstinate Resolved, That we, the Colored Don Juan. of any kind, such as lumber, ceiling, sores, mantle of charity tenderly over it all ' in the Teachers Exhibitand who have words flooring, windows, sash, doors, lime, Teachers of Ohio Cniinty do earnestly "I hare not great enough to express my not paid their subscriptions, are ear burns, skin diseases and is a well and leave it to wuuder aimlessly and Ublluiiry. benefits received from a request tuat lie Hold our Institute of thanks (or the known cure for piles. I,. B. Bean. harmlessly through the political ob. George Berry, sou of Wesley and cement, or builders hardware, would 1894 before the expiration of his term few bottle ot Hood's sarsaparilla. I was nestly requested to remit to me at m m do well to call on or write to Cary & of office. was a dyspep- weak, and It made mo strong) I livion iuto.whope broad expanse it has Maria Berry, departed this life SepHrduecd Knlra to Owrnaboro Fstlr. tlo, and It cured me 1 was sad and gloomy, and once, as the Dictionary has been orMarble, Owensboro, Ky. The Louisville, St. Louis and Texas so effectually tumbled. tember 13th, 1893. He was born Miss C. T. Eidson, It made mo cheerful and hopolul. And last, dercd nnd will be here in a few days. though not least, It made me an ardent and Mhs. Makv Parks, April 29th, 1873. From his early The subscriptions were made at the Ry. Co. will sell October 3 to 7, inclu- -' Men are contiuuully complaining boyhood he loved the Church and' H. A. Foreman, Com. sive, round trip tickets from all its Institute last year. S. M. Taylor, that Hartford is a poor town, .and in Sunday School. He professed hope to-nigHoping to have an early response, stations to Owensboro at one fare for Miss Minnie Taylor, ht We buy every in Christ while attending Central a sense it is true. working democrat. All who have taken Heod'l . I am yours truly, round trip on account of the Daviess Jo. D. Roghrs, On motion of P. A. Gary the Res- Barsapartlla with my advice, report good rethiug we produce nothing. Wo im- Tenunessee College and for two years County Superintendent. County Fair. Tickets will be good olutions were adopted. sults. I gladly recommend It to all sufferers.' So m port goods and export dollars. II. A. Foreman then made some J. R. Woitk, M, D., Dirmlngham, Ala. returning on any train up to and inhe had been a faithful worker in the long as wo refuse to utilize our own very impressive remarks and the class N. B. It you decide to take Hood's Attention friends. cluding October 7. For further Church at Beaver Dam, of which he do not be4 Induced to buy any otbar labor and raw material ut home we m m hang the parting song and the InstiTo avoid delay address all business call on agents or address the Instead. Insist upon HOOD'S. will not possess any real prosperity. was a member. None spoke of him The new force pump has been put tute adjourned ' letters and matter for publication to undersigned. H, C. Morduk, B. Roc.ers, Ch'm'n, Hartford ueeds is a little en- only to praise him, none knew him in the well at the Haitford House What Jo. Hsod'a Fills are the best tastily cathartte, the Rrpuhlican, Hartford, Ky. P. A. Oarv. Sec'y. tenUeand effecuve. Try a box. ascent. Ass't G, P, A, but to love him. His death has cast corner. terprise in a manufacturing way. al ss Tonight at the Court House. a shadow of gloom over the entire I community. Though the Church ln.s : lost a member, the Sunday School a Superintendent, and the Kpworth League a President nnd an active member, yet we feel that our loss is Heaven's eternal gain. He has gone to reap his eternal reward for his faithfulness on earth. Human friends may go hand in hand to the very brink of the cold River that rolls between us and the unseen land, they may do much to soothe and sustain each other as the last hour draws near, but there is a point beyond which human" help cannot go. 15very one of us must meet the great and final foe, with no human hand on which to lean. We must turn away our faces from our eaithly parents and pass in under the deep shadows of eternity without their company. Each individual must stand exposed to the drcadlul sorrow of the great destroyer with none to turn aside the shaft. But all who accept the great teachings of Christianity nnd have made the good fight, there is one who will walk with you through the Valley and Shadow ol Death, whose Rod and Servant of Staff shall comfort you. God, well done, thy glorious warfare is passed, the battle is fought, thy race is run and thou art crowned at last in Heaven. M. J. Ross, Co.n. Miss M COLORED TEACHERS (CONTINUED I'ROM 1ST l'AOK.) The Institute convened on September a,ad, at 9,a. m., Chairman Rogers in the Chair. Prayer by Prof. II. A. Foreman nnd song No. 301. On motion of Miss C. T. Eidson n a Committee on Resolutions was appointed consisting of Miss C. T. Eidson, H. A. Foreman, S. M. Taylor, Miss Minnie Tavlor and Mrs. Mary Parks, after which the minutes of the previous day were read. MrVass moved that we suspend the discussion of the School Law, which came next in order, and take up the regular program. Motion carrricJ. Rncnss -- The House was called to order by the Chairman and the class COME TO BEAVER DAM! .x7,:Ej.AjR.:jtj It Silver, Gold and Greenbacks!! on the subject. And have no time for much strong is thci our PROPOSITION. ALTIES, viz.: tllllt that give to filld tllllt DOLLARS than ever they have seen. VALUE for Now understand We have these LINES that are SPECI- CLOTHING, SHOES and CLOASSl 4 In CLOTHING, which is a most important line, we propnse to say that we will fit every MAN, BOY and CHILD who will do us the kindness to call. Why do we say that? Because we have made our purchases to that end, and have lines to suit every -- customer. Suits from 84.00 to $25.00. Child's Suits from $1.25 to the finest. Wedding Suits specialty. 'stake; we can hs no In SHOES, of all kinds, tlieiv please everybody. The finest "HAN SEWED," the "ELL School" cannot he surpassed "SUSIE," "NINA" and "U. S. In Gentlemen SHOES, we can fit little feet and big feet at prices from $1.00 to $5.00. Call for the "Buell," which has a wide reputation. I G1osl3ss:s9 Closuk: sluhlcL wrscpsl ! I 1 yor We have positively got them for every lady in the land and at greatly reduced prices. These are specia'ties and we confidently recommend them. MISS VIOLA PiUTLE will again look after the Millinery Department, which an important item in lady's outfit. erybody wants a FASHIO.VBLE hat and want the very latest. Call sec these Goods. In addition to these specialties we will add that we are full in all our lines. Give us a call, We want your produce, and will give highest price for same. Teachers orders taken at par. Respectfully, Everybody invited. Come early. 1 HOCKER & CO I Come to Hartford Courier-Journal.- SPRING OPENING OF C. L. Field's car of Buggies just from the Davis Carriage Company. Sad and Gloomy So come and judge for yourself. Get your ticket for the Ham Lecture early. L 111. wamr car-loa- 48-5- 0 'Vs(!BakwjlwwBPi I I Remember, that is Mr Ham's last Lecture. It will be a grand treat. Hood's x Cures I I Infer-matio- n, - dtte nT4SiJl.rfK1 ,'.a .A-- - laHWUt. Jk-j-ui EMJfriifl'Jin.'M f Hi! Ajt4-- . f""ui KLiM4&Mt JztkJimLLA V J!.-.i."- Fall Clothing. The condition of the mnrket makes it possible for us to say A Smoot is the Old Reliable. Photographer, permanently situated over Red Front. The Wcrhlcy Cornet Band is making the music for the Fair and giving general satisfaction. W. II. Williams has the nicest assortment of cakes, fancy and plain candies and tolu ever in Hartford. Smoot is the only resident Photographer in Hartford, and you should pat rou i.e him. lie guarantees good work. Tracy & Son for groceries. Tracy & Son want your produce. Go to Tracy & Son's for bargains in groceries. i if Everything cnn be found nt Tracy & Son's grocery. Give Tracy & Son a call for groceries of all kinds. Tracy & Son keep the boss grocery. Call on them for staple nnd fancy groceries. Mrs. Fanny Rogers, of Seclcct, mother of Mr. Luther Rogers, a prominent farmer of that section of the county, died Saturday night last. She years of age. was seventy-eigh- t 500 REWARD! FALL You can get just what you need at just about your own price. IN CLOTHING If you come to town and fail to sec X W. H. Williams' NICE assortment of groceries, you miss the MAIN one, for he LEADS. LOST! A small boynbout thosizo of n man, clean complexion ami ll'reckleson his faco. He was barefooted, with his father's shoes on. Owim 0 his masculine features, he would easily pass ns his mother's sou. He can be identified by the thumb on his right hand, which is rahsiug. When he felt home be had on n good dark colored suit, which was worth 83.50 but was bought nt Kahn's for $1.03. Under hia arm ho carried a pair of shoes, .vbich weronriccdlohimelsowlieroat$2,50but was bought at Kahn's for J1.15. Bciug thq only son, and au orphau, his mother ia very anxious re garding his whereabouts, and any information lending to his diacovery will bo rewarded. When last seen he was walking the streets on horseback, .elling the pcoplo he met of the benefit they could derive from buying their fall goods at Kahn's Trade Palace. HEED this and you WILL eurelv re vive the REWARD. LOST! An opportunity of a lifetime if you fail to call at Kahn's nnd take ndvantuge of the Rccoid-b'reakin- g Big Bargains he is offering during his Great Sacrifice Sale of Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Dry Goods, Furnishing Goods, Hnts, etc. THERE NEAER WAS SUCH A TIME And we hope, in all sincerity, that there never will be such a time again. But we can't mend matters by wish-inin- g we must Why do you take your produce to the other merchants and sell one thing to one store and another to another store, when W. II. Williams will take the whole load and pay you Trustees, sec W. A. Gibson nt the more for it? Ticket Office, at the Fair Giounds The Latter Day Saints, the Morduring the Fair this week and buy mons, of Kentucky, will hold their your School Supplies. Conlerence at New Hope Church; sitThe circulation of Tun Rni'tmt.tCAN uated about five miles east of Harthas increased over loo per cent, in ford, on Saturday, Oct., 7th and 8th, the last 18 months and is still nddfng convening each day at 10 a. 111. and new names every week. 2 p. 111. The Ohio County Fair is the pride of the county. Co.ne to its most successful meeting. Big times and to-da- y i 1 BE UP AND DOING. The goods were ordered when everybody times were good. thought Our Stock Must Col if you can use a suit ancji of course you can't get through the winter in a sumSo, mer blazer why Tlx. Your OOMB IJST AND xylols.. This means business from the word jump! FAIR BROS. & CO Hard times Clothiers. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2.1,1893. Visit Carson & Co. Hear Ham Celery at W. H. Williams. Try Carson & Co. for Clothing. Sec our 1 W. H. WILLIAMS LEADS. Buy your (all hat at Fair Bros. & Go's. They are leaders for stylish goods. Cone one and all to the Fairfine good amusement, splendid exhibits, racing. fats. Causon & Co. at the Court House. Buy your Furniture from Caison Ham & Co. Try Fair Bros. & Co's. $1 shoes. Many people wear them twelve months. Remember that Miss Sara Collins, the experienced Milliner, is with Car son & Co. Novelties in Millinery at Fair Ilros. & Co. Farmers, try Stevens & Groceries. Ifyou come to the Fair, visit Car-so- u The lowest prices and best terms on & Co. School Furniture and Apparatus, see Shoes for everybody, at Fair Bros. W. A. Gibson. Williams for your Good rigs for hire at Casebier & breakfast bacon, side meat, hams, lard t and dried beef. Burton's. Rev. J. A. Bennett will preach at Good com and hay at Casebier & GoshennexiSundayatua.nl. and Burton's. at Beaver Dam at night- Bologna sausage and cheese at W. Our local advertisers are all live H. Williams. business men and can be relied upo n coffee 25 cents, at SteArbuckle's to do just what they say. vens & Collins. If you want bargains visit the local Oh, yes, I will get my buggy from firms who advertise in Tnii RGi'Uii-mcaCasebier & Burton. They are reliable. Call at Stevens & Collins and see Casebier & Burton are the boss their new groceries. liverymen. Leave orders with them If yon want to buy groceries, call for anything in this line. on Stevens & Collins. For Sai.k A' fine young saddle 16 pounds of granulated sugar for horse, cheap for cash. Apply to S. $1 at Stevens & Collins. A. Andbrson, Hartford, Ky. Ham's Lecture was good last night. We' have just received another Hear him large shipment of Shoes. Big shipment of stylish cloaks toCarson & Co. day at Fair Bros. & Co. Bring your produce to Carson & The two biggest days at the Fair Co. the only store in town where you can get everything you want. and are y Visit Miss Bennett for your MillinRead Fair Bros. & Co's. "ad." ery. She will treat you right and Something new every week. give you the latest, at Fair Bros. & Trustees, see W. A. Gibson and Co's. buy what the law requires. Business men know the value of a The fakir in all his varied forms is live newspaper and consequently use at the Fair by a big majority. our columns to reach the reading public. We can suit everybody in a Haf Carson & Co. Did you know that W. H, Williams n. h. to-da- Fair Bros. & Co. is the place for Collins lor stylish Millinery. See Miss Bennett for the latest. &Co. Go to W. H. The finest stock of groceries eVcrln Hartford at Stevens & Collins. We are headquarters for Shoes. Cahson & Co, The prettiest line of dress goods that can be found is nt Carson &Co's- money by buying your groceries at Stevens & Collins. Vou can save has more nice oranges, lemons, anas, pears and apples than any other grocery in town? ban- W. A. Gibson will take orders for The carpenters who are engaged on School Furniture nt the ticket office Mr. H. P. Taylor's new house on at the Fair Grounds this week, during Market Street are pushing the work the Fair See him, Trustees. rapidly. Mr. Phillip Kohl, the conWe have had hard times, but the tractor brought about a dozen men Hartford House is better prepared with him and the house will be pushed to completion without delay. than ever to accommodate you. J. F, Carson, Prop'r. Attorneys H. P. Taylor and John J. McHenry have formed a partnership A more gentlemanly set oi men than the workmen with contractor under the firm name of Taylor & McKahl, of New Albany, have never Henry. This is a very strong combination and it goes without saying visited Hartford. that these able and energetic young The running and trotting races at men will get their full share of the the Fair have been good so far and to- legal patronage that comes this way. day's and program promThe business men and people genises some rare sport . erally kicked so hard against the rule Quite an improvement was made of the Fair Company that no pass the first of the week in the appear- tickets would be issued, that the ance of Market Street by the trim Unmvl nf DirrtnrQ ttirf ntirl nnrmllfvl ming of the fine shade trees. ' the rule and pass ticket will be issued Photographer Smoot is doing a ' na tieitnl 'Pli Pntiinflmf .narln fiifi.it. good business. You have only to see friends by their prompt action in the his fine display to be convinced of his matter. ability as a Photographer. Call on JIOKNE BH l.VUII. him. As our town has no correspondent In the Frank Boone colt show at to your paper, I thought I would try Centcrtown last Saturday, the prem- and send you a few items. Our town seems to be on a boom ium offered by J. W.Hocker was taken We by a colt belonging to Joe Everly, of of late in the way of building. have several new buildings going up Point Pleasant. at present and we think that in a James Robertson, of the Newville short time we will have one of the country, died last Saturday. He was towns of Ohio county o'er spreading one of the oldest men in this part ot the hills of our community. What the State, being nearly or quite one we need most now is a good doctor hundred years old. and we think a good doctor would David James, son ot Mr. Thos. James, do well here. Misses Cora and Jesssie Brady, living near Cromwell, died on the 12th inst. He was a bright, intelligent who have been on the sick list for some time, are improving boy and the family ard community There was a wreck on the Falls ot have suffered a great loss. Rough Road at this place Saturday Hon. H. W. J. Ham lectured here night, caused by some one leaving His to a large audience last night. the switch open. Several were injureffort was highly interesting and he is ed but none seriously so. pronounced the greatest fun maker Dr. S. J. Wedding, of Rosinc, was ever in Hartford. Come to hear him in our town on the 19th. Jim Daugherty, who has been conThe Wherley Band is taking a week fined to his room several, weeks with off and treating our people to "Boom typhoid fever, is we are glad to say " and "After the Ball." improving. they will play "Comrades," closing Master Carl Pcrguson is ill. at 4 p. in. by rendering his Mr. R. A Miller is thcorigin.il and only "Annie Rooney." house 011 Front Street. Warren Leach is on the sick list. J. W. Bear, of thcBartlettscomtnun-ity- , I will close by giving three cheers brought to our office on yesterfor Ben Harrison, John Sherman day a specimen ofUic beansgrownby and W. M. Awtry. More anon. him this season. They measure fourHlN'DO. one-ha- lf teen inches in length, and weigh OblliiHry. pound each. Died at his home near Bells Run Roscoe Howard, a young man liv- Church, September 23rd, 1893, after ing near Pleasant Hill Church, Mc- a lingering illness of typhoid fever, Lean county, died last Friday night Mr. Edgar Williams, aged 32 years. He was a He was a consistent member of the and was buried Saturday. brother-in-lato Mr. John P. Foster, Baptist Church, having joined it in of the No Creek neighborhood, his youth. He was always ready and willing to do whatever he conceived to Marriage license since our last report: John Torrence to Margaret E be his duty, either religious or otherCraig, Cornelius D. Early to Mary wise. A peculiar characteristic of his Pearson, Oscar H. Midkifl to Nora life was that he was always found to Daniel, S. II. Danks to Aggie Camp- be calm and composed never in a bell, Judson T. Fulkerson to Rosa D. state ofexcitement or discouragement. His christian spirit nnd his willingness Fulkerson. to meet the grim monster, Death, was The bridges and culverts down the conclusively shown during his oick-nes- s. Oil one occasion while almost Rockport road are in many instances These tilings in the jaws of death, his body parchalmost impassable. should be attended to at once. Let ing with fever, he called his wife and togeththe proper authorities look after the children around his bed-sider with some of his friends, to join matter and thus do the traveling pubhim in prayer, and there he commitlic n great favor. ted his dear wife and innocent little Dr. J. R. Pirtle made his regular ones to God in an earnest prayer uttervisit to Caneyville last week. It ed by himself. As we view that scene will probably be some time before he with our mind's eye we behold a picmakes the, next one, as he expects to ture far superior to any artists work. start to Nashville about the middle A dying man pouring out his soul to of next month to attend school this God in prayer, not in behalf of himwinter. Caneyville will welcome him self, but leaving his wile and children back in the spring. Caneyville in God's hands, and then calmly fallHerald. ing asleep in death. Weep not dear wife for Edgar. He is now resting The Ohio County Fair began Wed- around God's throne, free from all the nesday under very favorable condi- troubles of this world. Your loss has tions. The weaffcer is fine, a goodly been his gain. A Frirnd. number of exhibits in every Department, a lot of fine stock, plenty of Hundreds.of people write 'It is running and trotting and large impossible to describe thegood Hood's crowds, The attendance on WednesSarsaparilla has done me." It will day was the largest ever seen here on be of equal help to you. any first day. t. De-ayTo-da- y TO OUR VISITORS is well na home folks. Wo extend to all a cordial invitation to call aud hnd inspect, nlao learn prices of our stock of NEW FALL GOODS just Received. ts. DON'T STOP. READ ON! Its n.lllinr, ninnntr ,. vnnr r.not f V Jut t listen! Theae prices speak for themselves: Men's good Suits at " " all wool suits nt Au extra good all wool suitnt $2.05 3.05 4.00 6.05 '' 4 1 V Better goods and prices in proportion to above. Don't go barefooted, vhen you can buy Boots nnd Shoes at less than it coat to mend an old pair. Here's where we give you 81.50 in goods lor $1,00 in money. Men's Good Shoes at 50c 65e 75c 05c $1.25 " " Fine Shoes Extra Good Fine Shoes " I From $1.50 to 83.00 wo will give you Itwico as much as you pay for them. a pair of v 8hoes worth almost 1 I mention Our bargains for you are too numerous too here. We are selling the best Brown Cotton, a vard wide, at 5c. We can sell you a pair of Shoes from 50c. up. Call and be convinced. All of our Dry Goods are included in our sacrifice sale. "' LADIES, give us a call. We refuse no reasonable ofler. I in the store goes at your own price. I j. reward by buying your fall goods Our entiro stock must go. Everything If you don't find the Boy you can gain during our great sacrifice sale. ' !" 5fl -- n J I Respectfully, Mi Mi KAHN, The house that defies competition and laughs at opposition ; &' PERSONAL Mr. C. L. Field is quite sick. Jo Davis, of Alabama, is in town. Albert Miller, of Memphis, Tenn., , is in town. Miss Mattic Sauderfur has returned from Utica, Miss Eva Morton returned Louisville Tuesday. from LOST AND FOUND. Statement of the Condition Mrs. J. R. Crawford, of Owensboro, is in town visiting her mother. Miss Emma Phillips, Whitesville, is visiting Miss Mamie Bennett. Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Ringo went to Beaver Dam Wednesday evening. Charley and E Jgene Rogers, Select, made our office a pleasant call yesterday. Hon. C. S. Taylor, Cromwell, and Samuels, Westerfield, were pleasant callers Wednesday. W. S. Mrs. J. W. Marks and daughter, Miss Edna, Louisville, arc visiting the family of J. M. Barnett. That big fat drummer, John Raine Jr., traveling lor John Ruby, of Louisville, is in town this week. Mrs, E. M. Bell and little son, Martin, of Owensboro. are visiting her sister, Mrs. M. J. Williams. Miss Laura Love, Greenville and Miss Mary Kittinger, Central City, are visiting the family of Dr. Alexander. Messrs. Willis Greene, Falls, of Rough and Richard Scudder, of Florida, are the guests of Mr. John J. McHenry. Miss Emma Fair, who has been ab sent in Stanford, Ky., for several .months, visiting friends and relatives, has returned home. Mrs. Elizabeth Pierce, Mrs. Katie Pierce, Mrs. Bash Keown and Mr. D. A, Keown, of Rosine, called at our office yesterday. L. T. Barnard and family, of the Liberty neighborhood, visited J. C. Bennett and H.J. C. Lindley, Point Pleasant, the first of lost week. a, explaining the matter to the barkeeper, nnd ho made a rush for the train just in timo to seo it movo out on fast time. "By Jovot" liq exclaimed as he recovered the breath ho had lost in fruitlessly pursuing his train, "this is a nice fix for a fellow on his" wedding trip. Wife gone and not a cent of money in my pocket." He went back to the barkeeper, who heard his story suspiciously and advised him to telegraph to the next station and mako a request that his wife should stop there and telegraph back some money to ennble him to reach her and to 'pay for his refreshments. As ho had several hours to wait after ho had sent his telegram, he sauntered round to tho other sldo of the depot and saw a long train of cars just leaving, and tho pale, anxious face of his wife pressed against a car window. "Good heavens!" ho exclaimed, "what a blank fool I am," and bo swung himself on tho lost car, just escaping being drawn under the wheels. When ho reached his wife, he asked incoherently: "Whero are you going? Where have you been? What has become of our train?" The look of reproach she gavo him cut him to tho heart. It took him an hour to explain how ho had lost sight of the cars and believed the train that had pulled out was the one she was on. They made upbut tho maddest man on the line was the barkeeper, who was the only ono who was left. Detroit Free Proas. Glided Chair In Dig; Demand. A manufacturer of willow aud rattan furniture finds that the most salablo articles he can makoaro those painted and gilded chairs of odd and unlovely shapes commonly bought for wedding presents. It is seldom that ono of these things is either comfortable or convenient, yet they fetch higher prices than articles of the same material made up into simple aud beautiful forms of great utility and reumrkablo durability. Now ' York Bun. A Might Delay. Mrs. Blnks nt home? Servant No'iu. Lady Can ym tell 1110 when sho will bont liouic? Servant As toon us sho gets tho parlor dusted, mum, 1111 she's almost fl.iUh-cnow. Lndy-- Js Tit-Cit- s. OF THE Dut the Urlilegroom Was Not the Man Who Got Left. Tl cy were- on their wedding journey, going to Now York. When they reached Philadelphia, Mr. Flynn went out for "a snack," and promised to Ret "lovey" a sandwich and some pie. But first he ordered something liquid, and as it Ait Close BnnneM ' tasted good he lingered over it, sipping 30,1893. it leisurely. Then ho put his hand in his pocket nnd remembered that he had KESOURCE8. given his wife his pocketbook. "I'll be back in a minute," ho said, Notes and Bills $76,205.14, Beaver Dam the Juue of DEPOSIT BUNK Real Estate Furniture and Fixtures 3,000.00 . . . . Expenses paid Cash on hand nnditiB'ks 1,500.00 864.98 .17,447.55 I99.017.67 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Surplus Reserve Fund Interest and Exchange Deposits $25,000.00 5,250.00 1,293.14 . . . 3,047.59 64,426.94 JOHN H. BARNES, Cashibr. Rowan Houirooks, Shkuiy TayCor, D. C. O. C. 99.r,.67 Sworn and subscribed to before me June 30, 1893. CC By Our business continues to grow, as the above statement will show, both in magnitude nnd prosperity. Two years ago a deposit of $25,000; one year ago $45,000; $64,000. This is due to the fact that tha young men are beginning to realize that It is not the money made but the money saved that sets them up in business. The man whojsaves each day and puts at interest fifty cents, will in fifty years be worth $58,000 Rich! We are here to assist the business interests of the county, and we solicit and appreciate the account of every pushing, enterprising individual or firm. JOHN H.BARNES.Cashier. to-d- A Ride. Some fire Buggies a t special prices. Call on HOCKEII & Co. AT ROCKPORT. I will be at Rockport Sept. the 10th, to remain only a short time will be prepared todo all kinds of Photograph Fresh oysters served in any style, during the Fair, at Stevens & Collins. For FIRST-CLAS- S School Furni-tur- e 7 warranted, tee Agent. W. A. Gibson, The fairest and squarest house in town to trade with is Fair Bros. & &Co. See the Millinery goods just opened by Miss Sara Collins at Carson & Go's. . . Mr. Edgar Williams, of Pleasant T. Barnard, of the Liberty neighbor- Ridge, who died Saturday night was hood, have built large barns in the insured in the tna" Life Insurance Company for $1,500 and on Tuesday last few weeks. Mr, J. L. Miller, of this place, agent Mr, Leroy Gregory, formerly of for the iTvtna Company went to settle this place, has been promoted to the the death claim. There is no Composition of manager of Dunn & Co's. pany t nor more reliable Agency at Fort Worth, Texas. than the Etna Company. An infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Master George Smith, his sister, R. H. Brown, of the Central Grove Miss Willanna and his father, Mr. neighborhood, died last Thursday Smith, of Louisville, gave a fine night and was buried at West Provi- Al entertainment here last Friday. night, dence on Friday. under the auspices of the Hartford Coleman & Co., of Beaver Lecture Club. The music far surpassD.J. Dam, made an assignment last Thurs- ed anything ever heard here before and day. G. M. Maddox is named as proved conclusively Master George's It is thought that the assets claim as being one of the great, violinand tiabltities are about equal. ists of the day. L. T. Barnard, J. M. Leach and C. more-prompe, Take Hill's Chloride of Gold Tablets, a pleasant, harmless remedy, nnd positively cures the Tobacco or Ci M. Crowe and C. M. Hicks, Be-dOpium Habit. All leading druggists two of Ohio county's most popular sell it. teachers called to see us Saturday while in town attending the Teachers SEND tweve cents in postage meeting. stamps to 39 Corcoran Building, WashMiss Ada Wilson, who is assisting W. P. Coyle in his ington, D. C, and you will receive her brother-in-laschool near Leitchfield, was visiting lour copies of Kate Fie d's Washingnear Short Creek, last ton, containing matter of special in- her parents Saturday and terest. Give name and address, and Herald. where you saw this advertisement. ly Revs. E.. E. Pate, J. C. Buchanan, Bob Crowe, and L. R. Barnett, city; Rev. R. D. Bennett, Sulphur Springs; Xturalffln 1'ertotu AndthoM troubled with nenrouuieu ntaUlaf and Mrs. Martha Ward, No Creek, ear or o erwork wilt be itUtred if Uklag fttm Brown' a Iron JHMew.'bteulat are attending Conlerence at Elkton, lino on wrapper. till irrulv uirK uvl ernmnl Ky., this week. Sunday.-i-Caneyvi!Ie d For tho Freddie is n bad boy, aged 0, and his brother Charlie 1j 4. Frcddio wa3 ut his usual gnmo of teaain.-- r and pinching and work. I make a speciality of Cabinet bullyrftKtrliifrhisbrothor, when his moth- Photos. I use the instantaneous proer interfered. "Dou't you know," sho said reprov- cess for making baby pictures. Yon ingly, ''that you nro laying up trouble will find me located in an elegant for yourself by nnd by, by doing this?" A. D. Taylor. Photograph Car. "Maybe I am," he replied defiantly, "but Charlio is getting his now." Detroit Frcu Press. BROWN'S IR0.1 BITTERS Cunt Iodlfctlon, liltlouuieu, DytKtuU. Font-cUiaudfieoenl Krblllljr. rcforamuud It. All denk.T. tell It. fltiiulna uuil rroucd rut lint on wrapper. hulnulo mark l'reout. W t V B OOIM M aadOBfaaXaMM boiat WtW WOiWMMBMK ii rl aUWU,SUM ttf X "MMBTWipmgrary - - tmiiji Wi"--- i A Hartford Republican FRIDAY, dEPPEMBEU 21), 1803 THE DEATH OF HAMLET. Is wafted llku some fmlol leaf Across tlio liorlon of time. llu.' slin.ll ollll)' mi) furcwoll To Mm wlioo olco In utlicr ili s Thrilled liumtin licartn us - a spell Ami voii tlio Inccnw of thilr irnlcf Like somo iwrvntlo bliut (tint thnkct Tlio fairest bltmom'from llio trvo IstblsKrlm nimlcry tlint tnkra Life's twrfumo nml life's Hon 'r from tlice. Ami inn tlino lips Indeed bo dumb l- Ho sltcpa nt Iiwt, nml all tlio Rrlef That ulioolc his roul In ninnlinnil'a iirlma From nhlcli such golden words did fall. And is tlint prince- - fliruro numb Tlint ) IfMs tlio purplo to tlio pall? Alas, 'tis sot Tlio prlnco Is dead Who shotted us Denmark's uiks nncT. Mar sweetest rest attend Ills bed And peace tlio ecntlo lienrt nnd truol Tlio lights arc out. tlio pin) Is o'er. His vol co Is hushed. In ery truth. His presence ne'er shall thrill us more, And Hamlet dies In EMw in HootM John E. Barrett In Scranton Truth. A VENTILATING HAT. I bad got to tlio very bottom of tho ladder. Never mind how I got there, or why I got thcro, that's my business, nml It doesn't concern you in tlio least. Hut I was earning my living nil tho same, nnd earning it honestly. I had rend stories of tho workhouse, nnd they mado my flesh creep. It wasn't prido that mado juo work', it wasn't un honest spirit of independence. It was tho workhouso 1 dreaded and tho peculiarly unnttrnctivo faro provided for tho pauper. And thero I was with 19 pence, iny day's earnings, between mo nnd tho casual ward. Within 2 hours that 18 penco would assuredly 1 Then ho began to wind mo up, nt.d 1 mado my lint nppeamnco in Mr. Wilkins' shop front to u round of tumultuous applause from a crowd of idlers in the street who stared into tho shop Then somebody carefully fitted n lint onto my head and gavo it a knowing cock. Then tho mahogany arrangement was drawn up closo to my jut's, and thero I nat, perfectly comfortable, staring nt tho crowd of idlers in the street. And then a draft of cool air began to flow through tlio holes that my neck. Mr. Wilkins really took a wonderful amount of trouble to win-dow- and walked awny nelhcly at tho winch. Tim chair ros", and the head of its occttpnut disappeared thiotigli tho to tho shoulders. Then little tlio man turned n largo nut which was ntTbted to tho back of tho chair and motioned mo to tnko my seat In tho other. "Why do you Btrnp us inV" 1 said to tho man us I took my seat. "You'll know why, governor, by tho timo you've earned that half a crown," iiosaid with n malignant grin. "Now, look here," ho continued, "if yon want tosneezo or cough or nnythin;-- , get it or done now, and don't yon go larking with tho boys nt tho window. If jou do, it will bo deducted for." in tho low, Moping roof of tlio nbnrt-uie- nt I'ersitiml li NATIONAL .'tir Knitter. LAnOUTltllUtNH.J insure our comfort. At first tho novelty of my situntian entirely occupied my mind. I felt inclined to laugh ns 1 thought of nyself ns n bodiless head wcarlmr a ventllatiir-- ; hat. The boys in tho eticet, too. made gri-ices at me. Then 1 lookinl at my fellow ictim out of tho corner of my eye. lie was evidently already suffering from the effects of his unventilated lt.it. wcro tightly set. He looked any. thing but happy. Great drops of perspiration already stood upon lib brow. 1 didn't tiouble myself very much r.bout Hi-tee- th Many people think thalncwspapets ate thinners. ISy the way of comptri-son- , let us suppose that a farmer raises a thousand bushels of wheat n year, nnd sells the same to a thousand people all over the country, a great many of them saying: "I will hand you a dollar in a short time," The farmer djci not want to be small and says all right Soon the thousand bushels of wheat is all gone, but helms nothing to show for it, and then he realizes that he has looted nway his whole crop, and its value is due him in a thoustud little driblets, consequently he is embarrassed in his business, because debtors, each owing him a dollar, treat it ns n small matter nnd think it won't help much Continue this business year in and year out as the publisher does. How long can he stand it? A moment's thought will convince any one that a publisher h.:s cause for persistent duuniit '. Ignorance of the merits ol I3e Witt's Little IJarly Risers is a misfortune. These little pills regulate the liver, cure headache, djspepsia, had breath, constipation and bilhousness. It il lot lit I lie t m on.su nip! ion AjAzTyi 'sai Scott's Emulsion of pure Norwegian r They wash their clothes WITH That dreaded and dreadful disease I I What shall stay its ravages? TliOUSCLllds Mm rj ' cod liver oil and hypophosphitcs of lime and soda has cured us of consumption in its first stages. Have you a cough or cold acute or leading to consumption? Make no delay but take ouroa Coughs, Colds, Consumption, Sorofulo, and all Anoomlo nnd Wasting Disoasoo. Provonte wasting In Chlldron. Almost ui pnlninblo ni Scott's Emulsion CLAIR ETTE Scott's Emulsion JtJK intlU. Uct only the tjeniiliio. Pro. pftred by Bcott A Bowno, Chemists, Now York. Bold by all Druggists. Tsw&y8ty., J1J.J in 8SrV.fttPnwMr' SOAP i m!twu $i MADE ONLY BY J cJs I.. U. Hisan Mui-lil'- s inr ('SS0x whims 11 N.K.FA!RBANK2cC0. StIouis. $37.50 SOUTHERN QUEEN $37.50 I J it possible n Top 1 disappear, and unless I got work of some to tho casual ward I should have to go. I and n gentleman in a position similar to my own wtro talking matters over. "Things is very slack, governor," said ho to me. "Thero is onogamo you might try,'' gradually. Infact.tlicpoorfclloViouiu.i continued my acquaintance with a be- wry ill indeed. Strange that a badly nignant smile, "and that's Wilkins, the ventilnted hat should ptodiico such ventilating liatter. Dut you can't keep marked effects. Well, it wasn't my on with that long, you know. It's ruin business. to tho constitution." The clock of Shoreditch church l truck Anything was better to my mind than 1:20. I heard footsteps in tho room be so I asked for Wilkins' tho casual ward, low, uitd nt tho saino timo 1 wai deaddress. prived of my ontilntinghat. A I rami "Oh, yon can't mifcs it," was tho annew hat wn-- j placed uion my he id, an i swer; "yon just walk down Shoreditch. llio show raids whii-- stood behind oar There's always a crowd outsido Wilkins' respective heads wrro exchanged. The shop, and all you've got to do is to ask, draft- of cool air which camo through boldlike, for Wilkins, nnd when you ceos thoinnumeinblo littlo holes in tho mahim you just tips and says, 'I'd like to be hogany (Icoiing around my neck sud Jen-lin tho way of earning a honest 'ulf ceased. A current of heated air d crown, sir.' Then he'll put you in the its place. I looked out of tho wun&t." Then tny friend nodded comer of my eyo at tho other head. way at and departed. The face wore an ecstatic smile. Tho I arrived at Shoreditch. I wasn't long easy chair in which 1 was sitting began in finding Wilkins thero was a crowd to giow warm, and finally becamonc-tunllin front of tlio window. In tho window hot unpleasantly hot. were hundreds of hats. Every ono of I kiw through the whole fiendish trick them had a ticket bearing the b.iuio legat once. I was to bo tortured nn hour end, "Wilkins' Ventilating Hat," then nnd a half for tho amusement of an idlo followed the price. I gradually elbowed crowd in order that tho public might bo my way to tho front row, and then gulled into tho purchase of the so called perceived tho nuturo of tho exhibition ventilating hats of tlio fiend Wilkins. that gavo so much pleasure to tho inI felt but I will not dwell on my habitants of Shoreditch. agonies; I will not dllato upon the o In tho center of tho urray of hats were sufferings I endured. I was boing two human heads, which protruded gradually cooked alive, and I felt that through two artfully constructed holt-i- n concentrated boiling gravy was courstho polished mahogany which forme ing through my veins. My features tlio flooring of tho shop front. Eaeli were contorted with agony. Tho crowd head was covered by what appealed to in tho street outsido applauded. bo nn ordinary tall hat. Tho head oa I tried to break loose. As I did so n tho right had n largo window ticket be- voico from the rosin below uttered tho hind it, on which were tho following following dreadful threat, "It's 120 now, word 8: my man, and if you "Wilkins' ventilating hat. Perfect 1501" I bhed tears of move I'll mako it rage, indiguatiun comfoit. No suffering from heat by agony. I want of ventilation. Tho wearer of this nnd tortures nu endured tho most dreadful hour and n half. When nrticlo enjoys life. Tho head is human. I left Wilkins' establishment with a half Thero is no deception. Tho only estabin my pocket, I was more dead lishment in which Wilkins' ventilating n crown alive. hat may bo obtained. 'It comes as a boon than is tho dream of my lifo It that I nnd and a blessing to men, liko tho Pick- Mr. Wilkins, tho inventor of tho ventiOwl and tho Waverley pen."' wick, tho lating hat, may meet in somo lonely There was a similar ticket behind the place. 1 nm not a revengeful man, but head on tho left: I I feel "Tho ordinary silk hat. Observe how should that toowov.Wilkins a debt that I pa like Exchange. tho uuforttmato wearer suffers from the heat. Poor follow! Up evidently wishes Election Olllrrr. himself dead. Tlio common unventil.ited The following is a list of election hat of commerco is a fiendish invention worthy of tho atiocities of tho worst officers for the coining November days of the Spanish inquisition. Tin election: wearer of nn unventilated hat is hurryUi:da. J C Chamberlain, W P ing to nn early grave. Tho head is Bennett, judges; A Godshaw, clerk; J there is no deception." I noticed that tho mahogany plnnkinj. W Stevens, .sheriff". of the shop front below tho heads w.i. ROCKI'OKT. D J Wilcox, I. Rcitl, perforated with innumerable small holes judges; S L Fulkerson, clerk; L A Then I observed that thero was a veij great difference in tho nppenraiico of the McDaniel, sheriff. faces of tlioio wearing tho hats. The Geo. I. O'Hannon, John Si:r.r.cT. gentlemuu wearing Wilkins' vcnlilutiiiK O Butler, judges; V M Stewart, clerk; hat looked tho pictuiu of contentment. sheriiT. Ho smiled. Ho seemed as if ho had at TV James, SMALLiiousn. W O Downs. Z tained tho eumiuit of human bliss. He was evidently very eomfortablo indeed. Reid, judges; James Fulkerson, clerk; Tho other head presented a striking con- ST Hunter, sheriff. trast. Never till now had I tho least Cuomwt.ll. Warren Taylor, S T idea that eucIi dreadful effects weio proStevens, judges; T Morton, clerk; R duced by the wearing of nn unventilated hat. Tho fnco was as palo ns death. A C Taylor, sheriff; cold perspiration seemed to trickle from Uakti.i;tts. Jos. McKinney, John every pore. Tho .mouth was set ns Manker, judges; John C Westerfield, though in agony, nnd nil through nn hat. I boldly determined to Sam G Rhoads, sheriff. enter tho shop. Sum'iiuk Springs. T II Hines, II "What cm I show you, sit J" said an Frank Myers, judges; V M Petty, assistant, with esccssivo urbanity. "I want to eeo Mr. Wilkins," I replied clerk; W S Cole, .sheriff. Hoitsi: Branch. W M Awtry, P "That is Mr. Wilkins." said tho man indicating u portly and benevolent look- II Alford, judges; W T Sinders.clerk; ing gentleman In u black silk waistcoat. W P Miller, sheriff. "What can I do for you, my man'" Kosini:, J M Ragland, Samuel eaid Mr. Wilkins. "I'd liko to bo in tho way of earning Wallace, judges; II T Thompson, nn honest half ciown, sir," I replied. clerk; I, P Crowder, sheriff. "Very good, my man," taid Mr. Wil CuNTniiTowN. J A Tichenor, C I, kins, with u smile. "Is thero u vacancy today, Boldgcrt" Woodward, judges; Alvin Rowe.clerk; "Yes, sir. Certainly, sir," lcplled tho J M Hisliop, sheriff, man. "Wo shall bo ready for the genF.Li.ts. W P F.llis, O T Ihmlett, tleman in about 20 minutes." "lieeu hem before, my man'-- " said Mr. judges; Allison Ilaynes, clerk; S I, Wilkins to ine, not unkindly, Phillips, sheriff. "Not I," I replied. Hi;avi:u Dam. Nicholas liarrass, J "Then you'd better put him through tho mill, Doldgcr." taid Mr. Wilkins to Ham Miller, judges; John T Martin, tho foreman. clerk; Harrison Austin, .sheriff. "Step this wuy, young man," said the Siiwijvu. C T Whittinghill, G A foreman to mo, and I followed him into a lavtitory. Weller, judges; L W Godsey, clerk; "Thero you nre," ho said. "You'ro in R H Whittinghill, .sheriff". luck, young num," ho went on. "Half a W S Gaines, K II Founsviij.i? crown for wearing a now hat for three hours is good pay. You'll bo on nt it Cooper, judges; Jno. T. 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"This way, gentlemen, if you ple.iso," eaid tho huttcr'u assistant as ho motioned us to follow him through a door leading toward tho b ucmeut. At tlio cud of n passagu under tho shop front was a littlo room with n Moping roof. Sido by sido wcro two easy chairs, beneath each of which wns u winch for raising or lowering tho chair to any required height. My companion took his eeat nt onco. Ho was evidently used to tho ways of tho place Then tho assist. ant stropped Win in by means of two thick leather bands with mosrivo buckles, ono nt tho nock and the other at tlio waist. Then tho shopman suddenly nepedrilittle trapdoor 1.2 Indies smiajo clerk; II T Smith, .sheriff". ' Maoan. N P Kelly, Joel R Roach, judges; J I) Ralph, clerk; T D Taylor, sheriff. Uuroni). R J Mason, J W Turner, judges; 1J I) F.eld, clerk; M A King, sherifl. Cool. Si'UiNC.s. A B Stanley, John S Ilrown, judges; John C Jones, clerk; W IS Taylor, sheriff". 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