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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PAETT '! llO itlU'UJlLTGAN l aiid Courier-Journa- bofh one year for on ly $1.75. TERVS-S- L25 SOBERS; Fobliilitr, IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, Per Annnn, In Lima, VOL. VI. "Would w HARTFOKD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1893. NO. 10. yu .enow wiry vt pleasure Our faces so beamf Our Servants Jr V Te'er grunible. if efcsJBSttS Our lifp 11 dream. 'iff Is the cause of our bliss; "H7 --p. For all sorts of cleaning It ne'er comes anuss. V'fcfj'l made only by MK.Pairbank & Co. St. I.INKM Louis. TONIlnWKR. nv iiAtnitii. Summer, is surely going, On hilLtorVntid in dell, Her cooling winds are singing To earth n long farewell. Her mission now is ended. Alas, she soon must 1:0. Her verdant fields and forests, mum wan uic irosi ana snow. She thawed the frozen rivulets, And sent the sparkling rills, Dancing in the sunlight, Adowtt the moss-cla- d hills. j ries, no consumption. Contains no opiates, naj-cotor mineral poisons. Safo and certain. On. tablcspoonful cures La Gripp- e- It never nor disappoints Money refunded If sat lafacttou not given. Take a bottlo horn She clothed the rusty forests With verdure rich nnd rare, teaspocsf ul of 'the Ilcllef U Ktvm. Immediately, To lend the earth new beauty, Johnny Is d naming. The tick mother, just returned from ber And fragrance to the air. Southern trip, li no better. The " hcctlo Bush " Is itlll onlker cheek and gloom hangs over the She changed thcbarreniemptv field. family slrwe. Th QoUen Itellef la used a To postures fresh and sweet, month, and a cure reaulta Tho explanation Is: With dewy grasses and clover, Oolden Relief eurti inflammation Nolnfinm-mtUoFor the grateful kine to eat. no sore from burn, no hurt from cherShe gave the June her roses, Her sunshine and her rain, To make the little fiowcrlets, That deck the lull and plain. She turned the fields of liquid green. To sheaves of golden grain, To fill our empty garners, Till Iter return again. Her peaceful dtysarc waning. Her work is nobly done. And Autumn 8 frost must finish The worksite lias begun. Departing she will leave m, The blcMiiigslli.it we need Her heed time and her harvest, Are beautiful indeed. She'll go to the faro(Tsunnyclimc3, Her 7ephrys soft and sweet. Will sport 'midst orange blosso us, And kiss the waters deep. ice-bou- Tht true aotvil tiutundtd. Bridget bin her hind aeslnst tho stove and cries out with pain. Sho applies Dr. I'eqnert Golden Itellef and tho pain It pone. Johnny awoke In the, night screaming for the Pla In stumsch (he cherries lialbrouRtit on. A t Boas Quarterly Agister of SIifUCoplM, . toe r.rT.ar, . . fi.to T!?e Tolism, f.oo .V0- .. .. "tiii.. r. FISHSSt, d. iiKiii"Ti-i,,v.r- e' uj'iW.C.1" "'! Ttur ". ffiMBy , , Item- '. S41M - w..ii: Joaul t4 Ua- I r.4.. m (.. Cuiuicnt Hiaronv. BtTSOIT. MICM U. , . To JEnow IT AL- winter comes, we will share, For she will leave behind her, LFull many and to spare. Is ensy enough if you only Hartford, Ky Sept. 1st, 1893. kuow how. Wo boIvo the .problem in the TWO SOMNAMBULISTS. p And when 'Her blessings wille s It. IPt'- -, mm newsiest pa- 9 Tliey Vtnlketl OrT lllstls Plnrea nroiistlil Vp In st llotltnl. DKTROIT TR1IIUNK. y micl Tho brightest ami lter in Kentucky. nddrcBs on a postal can have n sample Send your card You copy For The ASKING. 4 ONE DOLLAR EVERY HOUR to )ourielf. Kor those vrMllimto do a little work. thl Is the graniteit offer viimle. You can work all day, or In the evening onlr. ployed, and have a (en .pare hour at your dlt. potul, ntlllio them, and add to your Inaonie, our business will not Interfere nt all. You will be amazed on the start at the rapidity and ess. by which you amass doll ar upon dollar, day In and day out. bven beginners an micicmIuI from ths flrithour. Any oue can run the business none fall. You should try uothlug rise until you see for yourself what you can do at Ihe business which wa offer. No capital rlaVed. Women are grand workers; nowadays they make as much as men. Tber should try this business, m It Is so well adapted to Hum. Write at once and set for yourself. Address II. IIALT.KTT A CO., lios 880, l'crtlanil, He. bjr anr one of either lex In any art of the country, who li ttllliiir muurK ir.oui. rloutlr at the emnloi raent wlilc we furulih. ihe labor light and pleaianl, nnd you ran no rlik whatever. Went you out complete, so tint you can aire the bmlnrn a trial without car lit. Is 1 fully earned v' J il SBaV sbk sbS saVsH I iHH gg. g grsBsv HAsMH tlgKgHgLgfinaasBBjBBBsj j il M V saw Bpf sMslH snsl gH M Kl H w ( isnaws can secure patenitn less urns tbsu those r.mrtafrnm W.ihlnnon. Send model, drtwiiig or photo., wrlth deicrlp. tloo. We sdvlse, if patentable br not, free of not duo till aslant la secured. chart. Our fee'niowtoOogata patents." writs A PayriiLcr. cost of same In the U,S.afl foreign counUles O1 Beat iraft. Address. Oust f..BMf.'..i.Jl.ll.riMKlll.l.- -l (UDuainessconaucieaiorMeDtiiaTE rttn orncc i Orposrrc.U. S. Patint Ornct v f Opp. Patcnt Orncc. wabhinoton. D. C. O.A.SNOW&CO, VWWVWVWi TABLER'S iB6KE vTVr" FPILL Vj r UIHIMtNH " '- DIC I I WttSltOTMtiaWTPiJS. T A IsU i i W & - fMl UTAIM OWR OW knawn far IS th BITT c RIMIDY FOR frsaam tsy HWIimi MWIWsJl ,, at. m. tILIt. T William German, who walked out of a third-storwindow at 67 Lamed Street night before last while asleep, roseJrotu his bed at the hospital yesterday morning a trifle sore, and with the marks of sonic pretty serious bruises upon his ami, hip and knee. Otherwise he was not injured, though he had fallen 40 feet. John Carney, the other somnambu. list who walked off the upper deck of a steamer a week ago and fell 8 feet, is still in bed and will not be able to go to his home in Jackson until next week some time. When Carney heard the story of German's terrible fall yesterday morning he sat up in bed and swore, An old man who lay in the cot next to 'Carney with a broken leg from falling over a chair looked up and said; philosophically: "Some people have luck, Carney," and with that philosophy they contented themselves, German, who has luck, that he could fall 40 feet without hurting himself, is 17 years old, with the ruby checks and healthy looks of a country boy. He came to town Wednesday and finally wound up, he and another boy, both strnngcrs-in- ' the city, at the loJging house at 67 Hast Lamed Street. They had a room aVthe back ol the building. It looked out into a little oblong court where hung three clothes lines. The window of the room the two boys occupied was divided by a partition so that by getting out 011 the window ledge it was possible to get from one room to the other. About 12 o'clock the man who occupied the adjoining room was roused by hearing some one in his room. He saw a figure in white' moving about. The, figure went to the window and appeared to be getting out upon the lege. He called o it, Then it made a wild plunge and went headlong down iuto the yard below, fortunately striking upon the clothes line. The'figure was German. He had climbed over the body of his friend without waking him, made his way through the window and into the adjoining room, and was just going hack again, he says, when the man's shout awakened him and he plunged forward to save himself by catching the rail of abacony ioleet away, which he taUsed.' J German was picked up covered with the'grlme and dirt of thin yard,wrapp- ed in a blanket and taken, to the hos- - pltal, where it was discovered that lie his new fall overcoat by creating an ns I stood talking to the children nf. nearly one illustrahundred PROFESSIONAL CARD. bulge at the side. Most ter I hail put the towels in their place, tions devoted to the World's Fair, ini unseemingly was not seriously hurt. Iu his pocket was discovered a pint nun are so constituted that they I but I had dropped on my knees and cluding eleven full pages. It is one J". Ed."wixa. bottle of whisky, but as very little ol , would cheerfully ruin the fit of n tloz - legau plating with one of the little ofthe most remarkable publications it was gone it was not accepted as a e.i overcoats rather than fail to , girls. She really was very cute, a yet issued regarding the Fair. It is sufficient explanation of the somnamnnnlfest their appreciation ol the little diitier than a. white child in the a completely illustrated guide or souvHT LAW:. ' compliment. bulism. same position would have btcn, but enir, as one prefers to call it, by the We regret however, to be compellAll day csterday people came and then the Chinese do not wear "wash most famous writers of the day, put HARTFORD, KY. stood in the court yard and looked up ed to chronicla.a case iu which this materials" ns white children do. before the readers at the price of twelve at the place the young man had fallen womanly confidence was abused, It While I pl.y ed with the child I nnd,n half cents, and they are more J 11a, H. (Ileiin, J.N, K. WfiMliisr. tront and wondered. It was a marvel is a slight coTpsolation to note that looked tit the mother lurtively. Her than equal to the books of the Fair & WEDDING, GLENN that he was not killed The people the offender was not a New Yorker, toilet was bewildering ns it progresswhich sell for seventy-fiv- e cents and of the house offer an explanation of but a Chicago tnan The name of the ed. The maid brought her back and one dollar. the somnambulism that is not near so individual in question was T, B. Has- - ftont Imirover the middle ofa huge HAUTF0KD, KY. Ignorance of the merits of De Witt's (Offlce, over An leroi romantic ns the one given by Ger- sett, nnd he carried his perfidious nil- back comb that resembled nothing so Ilauuir.) Little Early Risers is a misfortune. Will practice their profession in all man. They 'think he was awake gai lantry to n length that brought much ns a dect-'tantlers. It stuck out These little pills regulate the liver, when he wentiutothcadjoiuingnmu, dowii the stern vengeance on his head from the head about five inches on cure headache, dyspepsia, bad breath, tho courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special German says that he has been in even in Chicago. The plan adopted cither side and these lateral pieces constipation nnd billiousncss. attention given to criminal practice L. B. Bean. the habit 6f walking in his sleep. by this hardend sinner was simple wetc adorned with red and green and ' and collections. John Cnraey, of Jackson, who wan- but effectual. He contrived to make pink artificial roses. Her hair was Ilntm to llm Unrlil'M Vnlr. dered off the side of the steamer in his the acquaintance.,, several young la- coijed about the center ofthe comb iu Call on agents ofthe Louisville, St.' sleep, isnbt a man withal ck He dles who wefevisilTiig Chicago and a marvelous manner. A big patch Vadbeen talking with a lot of friends the Fair. Being a person of agreea- of red had been painted on each cheek Louis nnd Texas Railway before purjJT LAW upon the deckVand finally lay down ble presence and fnsinuiting address, nnd her lips painted and eyebrows chasing your ticket to Chicago. Direct connection made with all lines upon three chairs to get some sleep. he promptly ach'iev&l the footing of blackened before I went in. HARTFORD, KY. Suddenly his friends saw him get up a favored escort. "Yy Lady Ynng was taller than the av- via Louisville, Good service and best Will practice his profession In Ohio and stroll down the deck. Tliey Of course each young woman nsk- - erage Chinese woman nnd very thin. of attention shown to passciurcrs. and adjoining counties, and court of thought of course that he was awake cl him to carry her purse as he stroll-e- l She has big feet, though she tries to For further information address Appeals. Special attention given to H. C. Morduij, until he turncJ and walked over the with her through thtf spaeio;i3 ave- conceal thnt fact by wearing sort oT Asst. G. P. A., collections. Office east side of public balustrade. He said he knew nothing nues of the White City. Louisville, Ky. square. Tle purse a square heel under the middle of her m until he struck the lower dsck and was returned at parting in every iu slippers that makes her walk as awk-ardl- y SEND tweve cents In postage E.D.OUFFY. B.D.K1N0O felt a hard pain iu his side. It will stance, but its contents remained in as the t pical Chinese belle. a-tiff6z IRingro, be some moons yet before he is ns the pocket of the unique highwaystamps to yj Corcoran Building, WashHer little girls' feet are not bound ns well as the young chap who walked man, When five confiding young Chinese girls feet generally nrc. ington, D. C, and you will receive out of the third-storwindow cirly women in succession lmd been desSeveral of the Chinese gentlemen four copies of Knte Fie d's WashingSTartfcrd, Konwck. yesterday morning. poiled of their goods ranging from of the party have their wives with Will practice 111 all courts of Ohio ton, containing matter of special intwo silver quarters, a glove button, a them. Mr. Shu. who expects to be aud adjoining counties, Superior postage stamp and a hair pin up to Consul General, and Mr. Hoo, who terest. Give name and address, and Court aud Court of Appeals. Col MUmkrx ol Ihe Mltrrllrl. a twenty dollar bill, the artifice was will probably be Secretary to the Min- where you saw this advertisement, iy lections and all legal business attended to. Office 329 E. Market, St. ' The special representatives of the detected and the criminal seized by ister when the appointments are silvcrites 'in the Senate are acting the iron hind of Western justice. A Or ml Kxciii-Nomade in Washington, kindly introOHer. R. R. WEDDING, The Cincinnati Tribune feeling that with a singular want of foresight The episode is a mo3t lamentable duced mc to their wives, who speak and practical wisdom. They are well one. But it is not likely to change only the cliine.se language. Mr. Shu it can contribute something towards the fixed habit of womankind in this does not speak English, so Mr. Chung the happiness of its readers and aware, of course, that the Bkaver Dam, Kv. policy is doomed, nnd that regard. While the present fashiou of volunteered to act as interpreter for the public in general, has arranged Will practice his profession in all they can not possibly avert the result. women's dresses remains the location us. Mrs. Shu does not appear to be with the railroads and hotels to run a At the most, they can only postpone of the feminine pocket must be n over sixteen years of age. She U a special excursion to Chicago on which the courts ot Ohio and adjoining an inevitableconcIusion,and it is diffi- mj stery, even to its - wearer. The bright little woman, and has feet occasion they will sell round trip counties. Also Notary Public. tickets good for ten days and fivedays cult to see what they hope to gain by natural consequence will be that every smaller than most Amerthat. It is very certain that they are man who walks out with Ins wile or ican children have, but the way she accommodation, for the small sum of not making any friends for their his sweetheart will carry her purse ns gets about on them is marvelous. eleven dollars. They have not limitcause by their course. Ori the con- well as his own, and the masculine The rigorofChinese etiquette was ed this ofier to their own citizens, but trary, they are alienating many of half ofcreatiou willcontiuucto be con- manifest during this interview. have extended the same to all who HARTFORD, KY. these whoarcinfavorollegislation for sidered, to use one bright woman's Though Mr. Shu was in the same care to take advantage ot it. We apWill practice his profession in all the larger uscof silver iu the future. words, ns "uselul creatures with pock- room with us acting as interpreter, he preciate this kind offer enough to tho Courts ol Ohio and adjoining Their attitude of obstinate hostility to ets." addressed my questions to Mrs. Shu mention it to the public through our counties, and in the Court of ApSpecial attention given to the known will of the people has no to her husband, who repeated them to columns nnd hope that many will peals. ('ntitrrli mi 110I ltr C'uroil reasonable justification or excuse. his wife as though she had not heard avail themselves, of the opportunity collections. Office, in County Attor-ney- 's office, in Court House. to see Ote World's Fair, which is cerWhatever their view may be as to with local application, as they can the interpreters voice. She answerthe merits ol the pending bill, it not reach the soafof the disease. Ca ed Iter husband and he gave her an- tainly the grandest exhibition the is one that has the indorsement of the tarrh is a blood or constitutional dis- swers to Mr. Chung, who finally told world has ever witnessed. The' TribPerry Westerfield, country, and self interest, if nothing ease, arid in otder to .cure it you must me what she had said. It was about une columns contain full details of cNc, should lead them to accept the take internal lemedtes. Hnll'sCatnrrh as slow ns getting msssiges from the the excursion. Cine is taken internally, and acts di.situation iu a patriotic and considerspirit laud. Beaver Dam, Ky. Niiiorltifeiiilriit'it Appointments). ate spirit, and thus prepare the way rectly on the blood tmd mucous surOnly once during our conversation faces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not .1 I will visit the following schools at f.r the renewal of the contest at a did she'manifest any animation, and " " " "" latter date under more favorable con- quack medicine. It was prescribed that was when I asked her if she times names: by one of the best physicians in this FRIDAY, OCT, 6. ditions. It can profit them nothing thought a man should have more than to antagonize public sentiment and country for years, and is a regular one wife. Her husband did not re- 8a m, No 109 L M Sanderfur. " 1 a m, No 67 W C Gray. obstruct the pasage of a measure that pcrsctiption. It is composed of the peat the question to her, but answerbest tonics known, combined with they are powerless to defeat. They ed it himself, sayjng thnt as she had 1 p in, No 48 J L Hoover. MONDAY, OCT. 9. should be able to see that they arc the best blood purifiers, acting direct- been raised in China, where it was loosing ground every day, and that ly on the mucous surfaces. The per- customary for a man to have several 8 a m, No 100 C M Crowe. perseverance iu their present crusade fect combination of the two ingre- wives she thought it was all right, 1 1 130 a 111, No 55 J L Elmore. will surely bring harm to their con dients is what produces such wonder-lu- l but she evidently did not, for she 2:30 p m, No 10- 5- Miss Mallie Ferresults in curing Catarrh. Send shook her head very stituents. guson. emphatically for testimonials,.free. It is to be regretted thatthe producand held up one finger. TUESDAY, OCT. 10. ' F. J. CHERNEV & CO., Props., ers of silver must suffer loss on the The second edition of The Cosmo- 8 a tn, No 56 J C Barnard. account of this necessary legislation Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all druggists, 1 1 130 a ' OFFICE OVER RED in, No 49 J H Barnes. politan for September brought the toFRONT for the protection of our currency price 75c 2:30 p m, No 49 I C Hoover. ' tal edition up to 211,000 copies, withsystem. But their loss cannot be WEDNESDAY, OCT. 11. out doubt the largest edition of any Tnlk nillm fhlnrnol.ti.ly. Isprep&red to d? all kinds of greater than that which has fallen Here is the experience of a Sail magazine in the world for this month. 8 a m, No 57 Miss Georgia Hudson, Dental work at reasonable price. . upon the producers of wheat and cot 1 No 97 (Bell's Run) a ton from similar causes. The rule of Francisco Examiner reporter in inter- It remained, for The Cosmopolitan to i 130 in, viewing the wife of the new Minister have Pair treated in a 2:30 p m, No 58 C M Hicks. sympathy docs not apply In one case single number by twelve diflerent THURSDAY, OCT. 12. , more than it does in the other, and it for China to this country. OTNT ' Lady Yang, her children and three writers. As the exposition of 1893 8 a m, No Sj A P Taylor. will not do to contend that any parNo ticular class is entitled to a guaran- tmids were in the bedroom. She was must remain one of theleadingevents 1 1 130 a iu, No-n- 78 (Belmont) i Miss Bettie Johns-toi- l. & tee of prosperity at the expense of in a long, light blue silk dressing in the history of the Uilited States, 2:30 p m, gown that was made more like a Jap the most distinguished men were askthe Government. We have made an FRIDAY, OCT. 13. honest and streneous effort to maintain anese than a Chineso. garment. She ed to prepare this magazine Volume, the value of silver by friendly legis- was sitting in a chair in front of the wIucIms destined to become valuable 8 a m, No 37 Miss Cova Anderson. lation, nnd it has proved a dismal bureau, looking iu the mirror. Her as one ofthe most perfect descriptions 10:30 a in, No 47 Miss Gertrude I Mills. and costly failure. The favored pro- long black hair was down, and n of the World's Fair. Among the num., 1 p m, No 4 ber of contributors is our only combing it. Lee B Mills. Her three duct has steadily gone down instead maid was ftUrti Id Em; St;, ui Sin. The Trustees and patrons are, re. Ja901d Pictures Copied and Walter Besant, the most of going up, a fact that is impress- children were playing around her. Enlarged It is especialThe eldest is a boy six years old, distinguished ofthe English literary quested to be present ively signalized in a loss to the TreasA BPECIAITY. ury of over $50,000,000. It is folly to. nnd theonly bitof English heattempt-e- d men who visited the exposition, and ly necessary that tlie full Board of 108 Main Street. Besides the usual Trustees be on hand, as important to speak was "A, B, C, D," and o host of others. talk of continuing a policy that thus S7wi6 0WENSB0B0, KY stands condemned by its manifest lie repeated' the four letters over and fiction, including a story by Mark business will be transacted with each over, seeming to think they convey- Twain, entitled, "Is He Living or is District Trustees will bring their consequences. There is no room lor He Dead," and the regular depart- 1Record Book and District Boundary. I.eDIHTIt.I.E,JT.I.eOUi TEX. JR.K argument where the lessons of actual ed nil he wished to say to me. Resp'y, Lady Yang looked nt me severely ments. The Cosmopolitan contains Jo. B. Roobus. experience show that the limit of latiirilii, SUnii mniliij, safety has been reached and that disaster lies just ahead. The duty of 8CHEDUI.KIN hPFECT N0V.1, 1MI. Vo.61, Uo.M, changing the policy is imperative. WEST BOUND. Dally, Pally. There is no other way of preventing Lv. Louisville ..., T.M a. m. Itlp, m. WE GUAtUKTIX a curb an impending great calamity, and X II a.m. DCUCIIRED , West Point . 7,J0p, m. and invito the most nCniEniDCII Brandenburg..... ...... 9.17 a. m. km p.m. caretunrtvcsUgatlon as tooutresponslbU- place the country in thewayofiound Irvlngton ..... ......., t a.m. 137 p.m. tijt uuu uiu uierus vi uur xapieis. and permanent prosperity. The time 10.23 a. m. Stephensport p. m. iop. m. CtOTcrport is likely to come when it w.ll be pruHaueiTllle ......-.- .. m. Hill a. m. dent to use more of the white metal Iiewlsport 11 31 a.m. uuiconipiatoiyaesiroyineacsireror .. juiiALixiinrrom stoo days. Ferfectly barm p.m. . SI.. Asia .a o nan.Adn k on.nvnituiiuiiiay . t. . monetary purposes, and "the IllUCUpUl It'll OrCOUQ WIlDOUt ISO KuOWl vnuroiiu for UUKircil OwensLoro 11:11 p.m. wkow iiiu jmucui, wuu win YOiiraiumy nwp saioLuugor cnewingin a rev aayf. I.M p. m. HA1 p. m. Bpotlstlll... ? should so shape their course .riHITNKF.NNF.SH flnfl MnRPHINF.HaPn Ar. Henderson .. ......... l.up. n. 12 20a. m. T1 A4iuuuij4iAiw uuu auu uisiij uuuit uutwiiruuun on tue pari ui in the ptescnt emergency as to be able , we patient, Dy.tno uso or our SPECIAL, FORMULA GOLD CURB TABLETS No. (2, No.M, to make the most of their opportuniwiring treatment pntlentaaro allowed tlie free uso oT Liquor or EABT BOUND. A'FEf Dally. Iui'y auehtlmaAsthovalinll Valnlitsrllr irlvR thnm 1111. ty. They could not do a worse tiling Wo sond particulars nnd pamphlet of testimonials rrco.ond shall Lt.llendernon......... ....... 7ilSa.ni. J: Up. m. Testiioualt uuKiau ivpisi-- auuurvrairoinmiyoi tueao uaDiis in commumua- Simltstille....... . .... a. m. p. m. than they are doing in resisting the mum miu iuruu,w!iu ua vo uoon curcu oy mo ubuoi our x ablets. DwriijHirn. 27 a. m. 4 23 p. in. from persons passage of the repeal bill. It is one HILL'S TABLETS are for salo by all fihst class Lfwls)rl...-.- .. ...; nvia. m. to p. m I .tCt nor uackanrc. uniKUlsta at S who have beem of those political blunders which enUawbsville If your druKRlsidocs not krep them, enclose ns $ I.OO tM a. m. 6.1U p. m and wa will send you, by roluru uiall. a packago of Nour Clnrcrport ! ol a. in. 6 37 p. m. oured by the use of tail severe penalties where advantages Tauiets. 81. plionsparl..... .... 10.2a . in. 6.19 p. m, Write Vnur nitnfl find Af1rtrrflavrinfnlv. Anil atjitn -.: 'iv t""-' are expected, and brings grave disIrvington. wirciucr w...r uru tor louacco, atorpuino or abuiuis 11.02 a. m, 7.06 p. in, , uquoruauii. , Brandenburg ...........,. 11:20 a. m, '7.31 p. m. credit upon statesmen who think DO' NOT BB DECEIVED Into purchasing 03 p. 111, West Point 12 03 p. m. niijr ui iuo vnrivus uuviruui uini uro neiUK they are plaving an honorable and Tn oaio CutmcAL Co.: . , ..a. FP- - V mrm inkaA Stmt ..In Ar. Louisville . 1 00 p. m. 0 03 p. m. ntia HIB1 havfi hAAn tialntr VAnv f euro for tobacco habit, and found It would praisworthy part. and take no other. XV3BXiTS only by r do what you claim for It. I used ten cents ' Maifufucturcd Tsalns No. fil and No. 62 malts connection at strongest Kowe , dWM LAWYERS, ) PffllBY y attorneys fjgt aw, 11 silver-purchasi- Attorney at Law, LawydR Attorney at Law. m. 1. Heaven. -- , 1 , HsP DENTIST; pk taw, CAJLaXj 3 X ' j (. -- lfp i. '- ' i "&. . J3J l?si- ,A ESS Dotable Chloride of Gold Tablets 1 mm HILL'S .... cs J?4?H?.'m- .y , iM . .; Is Tablets. 1 t4 Tliei Hnii And The rocket. Irt. v.'pniiss. THE It is a well known, fact that every well regulated woman has a constitutional a version to pockets. We mean, of course, pockets of her own, This may be because, owing to the mysterious construction of feminine garments, no woman is ever able to, find her pocket without a prolonged and exasperating search for it. per sev she has no objections'. 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U LOTKUAT. two packages of your Tablets, and without any effort on my part. ,m chewlnsr tobacco a dav. worth of tho and from 0110 to Ova cigars or I would smoke ten to torty pipes or touacco, Have chewed and SDioked for twenty tlvo years', aud two packages) of your Tablets cured mo ao I have no desiro for It. 11. il. JAXiMuv, isne, micd. Pones Febbt, n. Y. Tne Ohio Chemical Co.: OlXTLtiKir: Some time ami I sent for l.Wl worth of vour Tablets for Tobacco Habit. 1 received ..them all riff lit and. although I was bothaheArysmokerondchower. they did tuu work In Ices than throe days. I am cured. Irvlngton (Sunday excepted) with trains on, Louis, vllle, Jlarllns'burs',4 Western R. 11. east and rest bound. For further Information, address U. C, MOKPUrl Oen. rsAg'l. ' ' Lsul.ville; Ky. ; r YOU - c fM PEN GO TO CALL ON 0WENSB0R0 it ' C. Theo.Cam. T3C3C X'.SCOVOOXC.A.Z'KSCSR. For, the finest and Moil Artittle Work, t f .- , I tfcwTt iwrlUi IESP0nSI8LE WNTEIH I CO., THE OHIO CHEMICALLIMA, OHIO. Opera Hook. SI, S3 and M Address all Urdorti to it ' ; rf . r: i I - .i2:2 M i&i ' " any tite or tt'yle. Frederick Si.;)tiuxm Srdani'itA. l ' - 637 Twg t 1 !. A fi.wi"'., lf r f f4 v Jt - FJ'V'.jV T t ...N; Mti - tmmtmml feifei&& ' vj .. rSl ,. v ..H 4 y.f .k x " "Hartford Republican ruBMsiiKi) WASHINGTON. A very crave charge has been brought against the President of the United Slates by his personal and political friends that of having nominated J, J. Van Allen to be Kmbass-ado- r to Italy, knowing that said nomination had been sold to said Van Allen by c.x Secretary Whitney forf 50, 000, which was turned into the Dcm-- 1 ocratic campaign fund lastycar. It is stated by those who enjoy the closest personal relations with Mr. Cleveland that he was cognizant of the $50,000 contribution and the terms upon which it was made and that the nomination ot Van Allen was not sent to the Senate until he had rclused to relinquish his claim thereto lor the return of his $50,000, which certain friends of Mr. Cleveland oflcred to contribute in order to prevent the consuniation of the scandalous bargain, and had threatened to make transaction. As the public might be supposed this change has created n sensation in Congress. The nomination of Van Allen is now before the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, which may make an investigation of the charge, although the chances arc that an attempt will be made to hush the matter up by getting Mr. Cleveland to withdraw the nomination. To judge from remarks made by Senators it would be next to impossible to get a favorable report from the Committe on this nomination, and if a favorable report were secured the Senate would in all probability reject the nomination by a considerable majority. To listen to the arguments put forward by the Democrats of the House in favor of the bill for the repeal of all laws providing tor Federal supervision of elections carries one back to the days of Calhoun and nulification. The Democrats are ignoring the fact that the blood of a million Americans was shed in determining that this was a nation, and are trotting out all the old threadbare State's rights ideas that were used in Congress for a decade previous to the rebellion. The tariff mystery has been increased by the official announcement that no information concerning the new tariff bill would be given out before tin. bill was reported to the House, and that it was altogether uncertain when that would be. It is evident to all close observers that n hitch in the tariff program bad been reached. It was only a few days ago that Chairman Wilson stated positively that the work of preparing the bill would be hastened by assigning the preparations of the various scedulcs to subcommittees, a statement that was not in accordance with the views of the power behind the committee, as Mr. Wilson now announces without a blush that no work will be done by The mystery sur rounding the preparation of this bill is daily adding to the number of those who believe that the Democratic members of the Ways and Means Committee will have little or nothing to do with the tariff making of the bill, and that all that will be requir ed of them will be to accept without question and report to the House the bill which will be submitted to them That being y the Administration. the program it 1ecame absolutely necessary to announce that no information would be given out until the bill is reported. By saying nothing members of the Committee will give away nothing. Secrertary Hoke Smith may find himself hard pushed to explain some queer things about his management of the opening of the Cherokee strip; likewise Secretary Dan Iamont some of the odd capers of the U. S. soldiers, such as shooting down citizens, if the present plans for the Congressional investigation of the whole business does not miscarry. Representative Springer, Chairman of the House Committee on Banking and Currency, has heard from the boss, and notwithstanding his positive announcement weeks ago that this Committee was opposed to the repeal of the ten per cent tax on State Hmk urrency and would not report a .Jill for that purpose to the House, began an elabthe Committee orate series of hearings on the subject. Wise Democrats in the House do not announce their intentions until they ascertain what the boss Intends shall be taken up they thus avoid humiliation. The situation in the Senate remains about the same, except that the personalities which have crept into the debate during the last few days have raised new obstacles to.nnything like a satisfactory compromise. Still compromises seem to the most unprejudiced observers the only possible way to get any legislation dealing with silver, but the more Senators quarrel the more difficult a compromise will be. Another attempt will be made next week to force a vote by keeping the Senate iu session twelve hours a day, but nobody seriously believes that it will do more than demonstrate the impossibility of forcing a vote. The committee on Rules has has not acted upon Senator Piatt's resolution proposing cloture, and it is not likely that it will. -y nvr.nv fihday mousing. . Ktlllor and JO. II. ItOI'l'lt.N, FRIDAY, rroprlHor OCTOIlKll 6. REPUBLICAN TICKET. 'OK STMT. SKNATON, . N. TAVI.OII. RKI'HHSKNTATIVK, Of Ohio County. ritv. l'on suit. 01' scnoow, '. .N. I'lTlll'MII. .11. roil w. AH Tin: uncalled-fo- r personal tlings nt the Itepublican nominee for Senator, Air. (J. d. Taylor, nrc too groundless to need or require any answer, and the pardon of our readers is even asked for bringing the subject belorc thorn. Tin: Kentucky lndurlrudit,n bright little Knights of Labor and Third Party paper, is to be issued at Beaver Dam. Kditor Worsley has already made arrangements to get out the first Wc wish issue on next Thursday. him a pleasant time with our people. has accepted nomination for Repthe Republican resentative and will at once enter up on a canvass of the couuty. There is perhaps no man of any party in the county who possesses greater local strength than does Mr. Aw try, and he is in fact quite popular over the entire county. Possessed as he is of qualifications that fit him for tho position he seeks and never having either repeatedly sought nor filled remunerative positions, his cause appeals to The the people with especial force. indications are that he will be our next Representative. Mit. W. M. Awtky Tun strength of the two groat po- ance to thee. Kick u out of the White House; give the offices, to our enemies, sell us into captivity to Wnll Street; we will worship tlici and be satisfied, for is it not written that the dog" shall cat the crumbs that fall from their master's table; Before the mighty chief we bow, we lie down and crawl. Wc cat dirt. Wc sweat that wc have died all the balance of our days; we asked for more money when wc should have asked for less; wc asked for the repeal of the McKinley tarilT bill when we should have asked to have1 it. let alone. Oh, thou mighty Cleveland. Thouknowcst these things better than wc do. Thou knowest better than all the rest of us put together. We are stench in the nostrils of thy fatness. We are not fit to put fishing worms on thy hook when thou gocth fishing on Decoration day, hence thou hast purdevice, even" a battlechased n ship. 1 device. We worship thee. Among all our tiibc thou could not find one for a ruler over usj and thou givcthMis Gresliani, the chieftain of the, hosts of our enemies to rule over us. Oh, mighty Cleveland, we worship thee and none but thee. If wc have erred it is becau-- c of the lalse prophets, Jefferson and Jackson; they misled us. Pardon us, oh, mighty chief and never again will we believe anything they taught. Sit thou on us with the avoirdupois of thy wrath. Make monkey and dog of us to please thy Wall Street friends. Give us great hunks of wisdom as thou seest fit for which we will give thee great gobs of sweat and mountain products. Give us an office occasionally. Forgive us our political sins even as we surrender our manhood to thee. Lead us not into temptations of the Populist, but deliver us from the evil of more money, better prices and less debts; give us gold, give us debts; give us State Hanks; give us Chinamen; give us more Greshanis; give us hard times: give us office; give us our political creed, and we will ever sing praises as long as we can vote. Amen." W. 31. Awlry Arrrfitu. IlARTTOKD. KY., Oct I, '93. TO MY Rr.rUBMCAN DO 'YOU KNOW Our friends not only in Hartford but elsewhere "are requested to make contributions to this column. Give your name each time us n proof of good We should like to have "Do faith You Knows" from all vthc neighboring towns. Send in by 'Wednesday. is thinking of going to Greenville? That Lee Stevens nnd Hob Walker ? arc at outs over "That the er, R.'D. Walker, has gone to Owensboro to live? Why Harry Roberts didn't come to the Fair? WhyC. J. Dunn iKver sends any more cards? That "Dr. KnttlehcadV girl has goncback on htm? That Sol Browning said he was kin to everybody in Hartlord, but liked his cousins best? That Aaron Martin, of Greenville, never looked at n girl while he was world-renowne- d fun-mak WA $500 REWARD! U "Dr .RatUchcad?" That G. 11. Likens mammmmmmmmmmmmmm LOST! A small boy about the size of a man, clean complexion and freckles on his laeo. He was barefooted, vi(h his father's shoes on. Owing lo his masculine leatures, he would eusily pass as his mother's sou. He con be identified by tho thumb on bis right hand, which is missing. When he left home ho had on a good dark colored suit, which was worth $3.00 but was bought at Kahn's fur $1.95. Under bis arm ho curried a pair of shoes, which were priced to him elsewhere at $2.60 but was bought at Kahn's for 31.15. Being tho only sou, and an orphan, his mother is vory nnxious regarding his whereabouts, and any information loading to bis discovery will be rewarded. When Inst seen ho was walking tho streets on horsobuck, telling the people he met of tho benefit they could derive from buying their fall goods nt Kahn's Trade l'ulnco. IIKI3D this nnd you "WILL surely the KU WARD. LOST! A11 opportunity ol a lifetime if ymt full to call nt Knhn's and tako advnniiigool the g Rig Bargains ho is offering during his Grout Sucrilico Snlu ol Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Dry Goods, Furnishing Goods, Hnts, etc. Record-breakin- V here? litical parties in Ohio county is about the same, and the question as to which party has triumphed is never settled until the last vote is counted. Then why is it the Republican nominee "has no chance of winning;'' He has a chatice and a good one, too, equally ns good as somebody's man, Friday, Mr. Smith, who has been constantly or at least whenever he could bo iu tho public service. But we will not abuse Mr. Smith nor treat him to such gratuitou,uumerited and unbecoming abuse as some thoughtless innocents are heaping upon Mr. C. S. Taylor. Friknds 01' To those who only wish to be consistent when it is convenient, the re cent remarks of certain folks present nothing unusual, but to others the) aflord sonic interesting and amusing reading. Where is the man who really believes in the face of a Republican majority of from 400 to 700 a Democrat can carry this Senatorial District? There is not a Democrat in the The only District who believes it. instance of the election of a Democrat lioin this District, so far as wo know, is that of dipt. Sam E. Hill, who was elected by a bare majority after the expenditure of several hundred dollars. The opportunity to get such another combination of circumstances, ability and luck as combined in Sam Hill 1ms passed, and never more will the Democracy be able to boast of a Senator for thia District. The people of Hartford and the county generally should be proud of tho Hartford Lecture Club, although ' many ad verso expressions for its It does huccess have becu hear .. seem strange that an institution whose sole object is the elevation and cultivation of the community, should be abused and maligned because the lectures happened on two occasions to pay out and leave a small surplus.. When Henry Wutterson was here such was tho case, and again when dam Jones' lectures were over, but now conies a lecture that docs not pay and tho members will have to fork up at least 310 a head to pay the deficit. Yet nothing daunted, the Club is still "in it' and will oiler to the people of the town and county during tho winter some more good The and excellent entertainments. Club should mnko money, for they work very hard, doing a considerable amount of manual labor, loosing their time and ofttimes their money in their eflort top'case and cultivato tho people. Judging it entirely from a business stand point they should he patroni.cd, from an educational stand point they should he patronized ami from a patriotic viow tho institution should be encouraged, assisted and sustained. Ohio County Gksti.i:misn: When you notified me of your action in nominating me as your candidate for Representative. I said to the committee I did not see how I could make the race owing to my business but would consider the matter and let them know what I could do in time for them to make other arrangements but so many of my friends all over the county have urged my canvass, I have concluded to nnke the race and will now accept the nomination and will make as vigorous a canvass as my health will admit, and if elected will serve the whole people of my county to the best of my ability. Thanking you for the honor and confidence you have expressed in nominating me for so honorable a position, I am, Resp'y, W. M. To-nig- Awtry. Building Material. Any one needing building material of any kind, such as lumber, cciling,floor-ing- , windows, sash, doors, lime, cement, or builders hardware would do well to call on or write to A l'ruyor Iu ('let cliiiul. T he Iowa State Register uplifts its voice in prayer and addresses the throne of Cleveland iu humble supplication ns follows: Cahy Maiuile, Owensboro, Ky. great and mighty "Oh, thou Cleveland, thou art great beyond all others, thou art powerful for thou handiest the offices in the hollow of thy hand. Oh, master, thou art beyond nil comprehension, Before thee there was none other, neither shall there be any after thee, for thou shall be our King.' Oh, mighty Cleveland! vve woifdiip thec 011 the alter of allegi That Shelby Taylor grows beautifully fatter? That Beaver "Dam has the best looking Postmaster and Deputy in the State? That Lige Mnuzy is drumming for the Alexander Hotel, Louisville? That Hiram Maddox enjoys a hearty laugh as much as ever? That Beaver Dam has the best schoql in the county?. That Banker Barnes is growing old? That Dick Tillford has the most popular moustache in town? A llnlilc For Mood Is what Hood's Sarsaparilla vigorousThat Perry Westerfield is just as ly fights, and it is always victorious cute ns ever? in expelling all foul taints and giving That Beaver Dam has more girls the vital fluid the quality and quanjust frying sir.e than any other town tity of perfect health. It cures scrof- iu the county? ula, salt rhuem, boils and all other That the girls are going to boycot troubles caused by impure blood. the boys who smoke cigarettes? HOOD'S PILLS cure all liver ills. 25c. Sent by mail on recept of price FITS. All fits stopped free. by Dr. by C. I. Hood & Co., Apothecaries, Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. No Lowell, Mass. fits after first day's use. Marvelous Wlint All YtMiT cures. Treatise aud $2.00 trial bottle If you hrve sudden darting pains in Irce to Fit cases. Send to Dr. Kline, the joints or muscles, and it recurs every time you get cold, and appears 931 Arch St., Phila., Pa. For sale by in new places without leaving any of all druggists; call on yours. 36 iy the old ones, the best thing to do is to send to the Drummond Medicine , One word describes it "perfection." Co., .18.50 Maiden Lane, New York, We refer to De Witt's Witch Hazel for a bottle of Dr. Druuuuond's Salve, which cures obstinate sores, Lightning Remedy for Rheumatism. burns, skin diseases and is a well It will cure you. Be wise in time and known cure for piles. L. B. Bban, do not be fooled by else. A ('nrdorTbiiiilui. If you have got the above symptoms To the people of Hartford, to whom you have got the Rheumatism, and if we are due our unlimited gratitude for the druggist tells the truth he will say the pleasure we enjoyed whilevisiting Dr. Drummond's Lightning Remedy you the past week. Hoping vre may Isthe only cure known. Agents want- have the pleasure of returning jour ed. kindness to us in the near future, wc The Greenville boys say they will remain, Yours vespectlully,c et at. S. G. Jtaowp-ixvisit Hnrtford aghin in the near Greenville, Ky. Omit Hie, Initliin 1. I realOctober 1, 1S93. ize how swiftly the time Ins passed away since I came back to school. Four weeks gone of perhaps the last year of my happy school work as a student in the C. N. C. This year's work is very interesting to be more satisfactory than all ottiQT years. This term our work consists of Phyliosophical and Psychological essays, History of Phylojophy, Greek, Zenophon, Latin, Cicero. With these subjects before you time is not likely to drag. At the end of Hie year all the class essays and finales will be published and bound in book form. This has never been done before and we all feel very anxious that our essays be worth it. The classes of the school this year are exceptionally large and strong, especially the Classic "class is very strong in their work, that is a majority of them are. I am glad to note the good reports of the District Associations. The work will prove very beneficial to the teachers who will try to be benefitted thereby. I noticed the suggestion made to adopt some reading circle work in this connection. That is an excellent idea and it ought to be done. Geology, Psychology, etc., might be advantageously studied by the teachers in this way. something of this kind would relieve these Associations of all monotony and add an attraction to them that could not fail to be instrumental in securing a wil ling and prompt attendance on the part of the teachers. Gol speed the good work. Gkazia. d pro-nis-es That Harry L "ves said he wanted to live in Hartford? That JJmi nnr'c'cy said he was com ing here to haul coal? That J. II. It Carson goes to see the girls when he has a complimentary ticket to a lecture? That all of the Greenville loys fell in love with Hartford last week? That Dr. Slaton. of Grecnville.said there were more pretty girls in Hartford than he had ever seen before? That Clary Haves says he will leave Greenville ?oon and come to Hartford? That Sank Bradley was "out of s;ghl" last Saturday night? That Clias Bradley never knows when to go home? That Mose Simons wants all the girls to fall in love with him? That Tom Moiton has worn two pair pf shoes out walking so far on Sunday nights? That a young lady on College Street lost her appetite because her fellow left town? That John Wilson wants to speak "agin" fonic Third Party man? That the walks need fixing just below the College? Where Frank Felix was when the bell rung? That Henry Osborne is buying chickens? That Dr. Pirtle didn't get to town until after 12 o'clock Sunday night? The new name for flower pots? (nourish, rs.) That O. J. Thomas' face is wreathed in smiles? That "Dr. Rattlehead," alias U. S. Carson, said he was going to whip tne editor of this column? That seven preachers of the Louisville Conference married Ohio county girls? That 12. P. Crowe was intending to join Hie White Uiver Conference? That C. J. Dunn says he would like to go to see'a certain young lady in town? That John Vuught has n fine roommate this j car? That a sanctified brother, living near Sulphur Springs, got vexed at his cow and struck her over the head and killed her? That the cow killed by the sanctified brother did not belong to him but was borrowed of a friend? That the sanctified brother who killed the cow borrowed of a friend, skinned said cow and sold her nmong his friends and neighbors for beef? TO OUR VISITORS Ab well us home folks. Wc extend to nil n cordial invitation to call nnd and inspect, also learn prices ol our slock of NEW FALL GOODS just Received. DON'T STOP, RKAD ON! Im putting money m your pock ets. Jiirt listen! These prices speak lor themselves: Men's good Suits nt . -. .- " v. . v - " $2.9fi :).(i5 J " all wool Miits al An extra good all wool euilut 1)0 , O.C,") Uetter goods and prices in proportion to above. Don't go bnreluoted, when you can buy Roots anil Shoes ut less thnn it ciwt to mend nil old pair Here's whero wo give you 81 50 in g mds lor 81.00 iu money. fiOa G5c Men's Guod Shoes at " " 75c !15o " Fine Shoes Kstra (I. od Fine Shoes ..$1.25 From 81.50 to S.1.00 we will give yon a pair of Shoes worth nlmost twice as much as you pav for them. LADIES, give us a call. Our bargains for you aro too numerous too mentiou here. We are Hilling the best Brown Cotton, n yard wide, at 5c. Wo can sell you a pair of Shoes from 50o. up. Call nnd be convinced. Allot our Dry Goods are included in our wicrifico sale. v, We refuse no reasonable oiler. in the store goes at your own price. a reward by buying your fall goods Our entire Mock must go. Everything If you don't find the Boy yon can gain during our great sacrifice tale. Respectfully, Mi Mi KAHNi The house that defies competition and laughs at opposition. GENERAL MERCHANDISE At Beaver Dani, Kentucky. D. The entire Stock of General Merchandise of the late firm of "BEA.VER DAM. That the popular Millinerof Taylor Mines was over at Beaver Dam Sunday night making remarks about a certain couple. She is registered along about 3 times ten. The young men are not doing their duty toward her? IE OF ALE J. COLEMAN & CO., Is now offered at and helow COST. This stock consists of a' well' selected line in every department of a 1 line of Womens' Cloaks and Wraps of the latest Styles and Quality. In this line will be found many bargains for this Fall and Winter. A complete line of Men, Women and Children's Shoes. Hats, Caps, Dry Goods and Notions of every .description. Now is your chance to lay in your winter supply of goods at absolute wholesale COST. This sale will continue from day to day until the entire stock A large line of Mens and Boys Clothing. A large - ? ';' is sold. Respectfully, G. M. MADDOX, This October 3, 1893. I'ny l!il The teachers who subscribed to the fund to be expended in the purchase of a Webster's International Dictionary forthe school havingtbe best work in the Teacliers Inhibit and who have not paid their subscriptions, nrc earnestly requested to remit to me at once, as the Dictionary has been ordered and will be here in a few days. The subscriptions were made nt the Institute last year. Hoping to have an early response, Jo. B. Rogkus, I am yours truly, County Superintendent, - Assignee. FOU.-rftv 1 ASUBSOB.IBE1 THE REPUBLICAN ...,. , ERIAN COLLEGES (tNCORPORATIOJ Dook-Koonln- cr Kl-ve BUSINESS Tlin errant nractloal' niiRlnncn Training. and Shorthand a jjOKiport to business aud tureens, ("atalnnuo free. lOolletron. Thoy FKnos Hponcor, 1'roa't, J, V. Vlsh, Seo'y. Address HpenoerUn, College ftt Louisville, Ky., owensboro, Ky., or Evansvltie, ina. M? "- - 1 -- U;itsJA'H--4 xAyute& 1SI. r Mi - r- - Iv&KK'',' "? ""' '5XV' y " , J .'WAvt 7 li wf PERSONAL irr ;'-"?- ,' ri tvA V? v Fall Clothing. fi V v A." The. condition of the market makes it possible for lis to . fo"W, . f A feV" . say ' F 'v A-- " A FALL ?4,'t tr I - IN CLOTHING You can get just what you, need at just about your own , price. THERE NEAER WAS H UW 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 goods were ordered when everybody thought times were good. Tiie II. P. Taylor left Wednesday for London, Ky., on legal business, Miss Ada Duke was the guest of Miss Mattic Luce during last week. Miss Bet tie Morton left yesterday for Owensboro, to visit Miss Leta Marks. Miss Mabel King, Centertown, visited Miss Kate Coombes the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. W. T, Haywatd went to Elizabcthtown last week to visit the family of I'rof. W. B. Hayward. R. D. Walker left Wednesday for Owensboro, where he has accepted a position with Untlley & Shackleford. G. II. Matthew, wife and two children, left Wednesday for a two week's visit to Iriendsandrclativesat Owensboro, John Harvey and Luther Bruce, of Madisonville, were in town the first of the week and made us a pleasant call. Steve Ellis, who has spent the last two years in Denver, Colorado, returned to his home in Kinderhook last week. Com Syrup at W. II. Williams'. Fresh Mackeral at W. H. Williams. A little child of W. S. Samuels', Wcsterfield, is quite ill. Mr. C. I,. Field, who has lm'c nt last had n good rain , nnd our people arc looking more We ntmsr. iiitixm irr.us. ; cheerful. If the traveling public would bear in mind that the Owensboro trains do not make connection nt this point on Sunday there would not be so many disappointed. Mr. J. W. Brndleyis running the new hotel on Water Street very nicely nnd is getting a, good trade. Mr. Jim Ferguson is building a new dwelling. Several of our people contemplate goln,r to the Daviess County Fair. Mr. Bob Boyd's new dwelling is Hearing completion. Uncle Billy Dehavcn, Horton, js visiting relatives in our town this Annie L. Arnot 01 Augusta, Ky. week. Esqr. W. M. Awtry is attending court at Hartford this week. Lou White was in town Mondny. or Tot-tMr. W. II. Haynes nnd family With Hood's Sareaparllla-Fnnd Blood Impurities moved into our community last week. Bob Boyd, Fred Polly and Francis Stronger and Setter in Every lFy. Currans attended church nt Rosine "I have been mora than pleased with Hood's Sarsaparilla. I haro suffered with tetter break-In- s Sunday. out on my face and U over my body all my The Rosine nnd Horse Branch life, t nercr could find anything to do It good until I began to take Hood's Sarsapirllla. I nines played a lively game of ball at used about eight bottles, and Oh, It has the latter's grounds Sunday, but the haro nowso much good that I have the utmost dona me gnmc was ended by Ferguson foully demolishing a twenty-fiv- e cent ball -which the visiting nine had been kind It Besides enough to furnish. This is to be re- faith In It and recommendhas to everyone. so made me much purifying my blood, it gretted by all and we warrant its stronger Bnd better I do not feel like tlio sane Mood's Cures tmwmMsmmixsxxsssLii H TO DRESS WELL :Js More Than Pleased or more the result of good judgment and tate than the mere lavish use of money, 3(ME How stock of 1?aU Dress Goods is adapted to fill the wants of those who have slendor income still desire to make their Hood's - Cures their appearance creditable. Our experience and close relation with the manufacturs enable us to present this season a line of DRESS GOODS unapproachable in Style, Quality and Price. tiring and Over-coat- s BE are the best that the market will furnish. The finest line of Hats and Notions in Hartford. Also a complete line of Shoes, Furniture and Groceries. ggll kinds of Produce taken in exchange. person at all." Ax.me AnxKn, Atlgusta, Ky. typhoid a fever, is no better. More when it happens. Hindo. BE DP AND DOING. Just received at W. II. Williams' KINMEKIIOOU. box of Sea Foam Yeast Cakes. Extra flour and corn meal always hand at W. II. Williams'. All kinds of fruits nnd candies, wholesale and retail at W. H. Williams'. Revs. Jenkins and Cox areconduct-in- g a very successful revival at Harnett's Creek. W. II. Williams has a large stock of Fall City Hams and Breakfast Bacon, Our Stock Must Go! r.' if you can use a suit and of course you can't got through the winter in a sumSo, Smoot is the Old Reliable Photog-arphc- r, permanently situated over Red Front. Smoot is the only resident Photographer in Hartford, and you should patronize him. work. He guarantees his Lay-ton, mer blazer why TxlaL OOMEI IT" -- This means business the word jump! YourFioli. A.3NT33 Mrs. Ed R. Williams and son, from of the Pond Run country, returned last Sunday from a seven weeks stay in Texas. Ben Peters and Miss Ruthie Jones were married yesterday evening at the home ol Dr. Coleman, who performed the ceremony. FAIR BROS. &C0 r Hard times Clothiers. Friday, Octoiikk 6, 1893. & Dr. B. F. Tichenor and Miss James, of the Point Pleasant neighborhood, were married Inst Hoys nnd Girls Shoes at cost nt If you want the best price ever Wednesday. A fine supper was servKakn's. paid for chickens, turkeys, geese and ed at the home of the groom' father, Sec the new style ol ladies Shoes at cgs, bring them to Carson & Co. Mr. Wilberry Tichenor, on WednesKahn's at 3 our own price. A sneak theif broke into the schooU day night. The contracting parties Call amTsettle up with A. 1). White house at Olaton Monday night and are deserving and popular young stole cevcral dollars worth of books. people. as he is in need of his money. W. H. WILLIAMS LKADS. We want 100 bushels of Irish prota-toe- s at the highest market price. Carson & Co. Photographer good business, his fine display his ability as a on him. Sm ot is doing a You have only to see to be convinced of Photographer. Call Mol-li- e rv-- i 7' W James Stewart.son of John Stewart, How about the new style of mens of Mclienry, died last Sunday and your own price. hats at Kahn's at was buried at the Hamilton graven Wanted To buy one banel of yard Monday. A. D. Wihtb. molasses. Burglars broke into Fitzhugh Ren-- I Get you a pair ol the $1 Indies row's dry goods store at "nine's Mill Sold for Button Shoes at Kahn's. Saturday night and stole about $300 $1.50- worth of goods. No clew. Infant Shoes at cost at Kahn's. Mr. A. Godshaw, Bedn, assigned The best and finest little shoe In the Wednesday for the benefit of his . market. creditors. The assets and liabilities Look at the best style of New each being placed at about $3,500. Clothing nt Knhn's nt youi own N Buy your School Furniture and apprice. paratus, required by the new school Pirtle's pure Crab vinegar, the very law, of the United States School Furbest coal oil, and the pure pine tar at niture Co. W. A, Gibson, vAgt. A. D. White's. Hartford, Ky. Mr. W. H. Rhoads, of Greenville, Rev. E. E. Pate was returned to who was taken suddenly ill here last the Hartford Circuit by the recent Saturday is better. Conference much to the satistaction Sor-gnu- Court ol Claims has been in session weclr. Judge John P. Morton, County Attorney F. L Felix and Esquires Jas. A. Bowling, Jos. P. McKinley, W. P. Bennett, R.T. Ren-de- r, W. M. Awtry. H. F. Myers. S. L. Fulkerson, C. L, Woodward,. S. T. Turn Stevens, J. O. Butler and J.-er present. Esq. W. P. Ellis is ab sent on (he account of sickness. this :" New line o! young mens ties, collars and cuffs at Kahn's. Get them; you must have them. Our local advertisers are all live business men and can be relied upon to do just what they say. Wonted, by A. D. White, 50 to 100 dozen eggs, also butter, for which we will pay cash or trade. If you want bargains visit the local firms who advertise in Tun Rbpob-UCAThey arc reliable. fsr 5E" Casebier & Burton are still In the livery business, and will take good care all stock left with them. A fine young saddle horse, cheap for castt. Apply to S. A. Andkhson, Hartford, Ky. For , Sam? Wanted To sell good New Orleans, new crop molasses, carmel syrup A. D. Wiiitk. nnd corn syrup. The Annual Fair Hop has about hopped out of existence, judging from the meager attendance on last Friday CJtP . night. . Just received, nlarge lot ol 'fancy candies something that will please every body. Cakes, canned goods of all kinds at A. D. White's. has been asRev. J. signed to the No Creek Circuit of the M. E. Church. He arrived Tuesday. We welcome him to our county, B. Ferryman For lowest prices and the best terms on School Furniture and apparatus, t.t required by the new school law, see W. A, GinsoK, Agt. or write HartfordJKy. who has beea Rev. W. Circuital the M. E. on the Church 'for the past year, 'left Wednesday for his new place at Vine Grove,"vHardin county. Wc wish him k 1 ,l? ttfA v. Mhtrft iuccess," '- N We wish the Daviess County Fair much success in their present meet mg but really think they did not Only n Hoy! treat our Fair Company riaht in The above charming booklet sent "jumping on" onr dates. For time by mail for One Dollar. 10 I2t whereof the memory of man runneth G. Wright, Richardsville, Ky. not to the contrary it has been the fr custom of the Ohio County Fair Co. If you can afford to be annoyed by to hold their meeting the first week in October, but this year, without sick headache and constipation, don't any provocation or notice of any kind use De Witt's Little Early Risers for the Daviess county people took this hey will cure them. L. B. Bean. 'time for their own meeting. Would it not have been proper and courteous A Hull Agent' Experience. of the people generally. He is quite for them to have at least advised us Louis D. Brennecke, Walhalla, S. has done much good of their intentions? They certainly popular and had Rheumatism for fifteen years, should have done so, hut they didn't. C, , among us. and during that time had never been Mrs. Venia D. Powers, wife of J. D. Attention Tenrbemt free from pain. He tried the Hot The Teachers of the Cromwell Mag- Springs and physicians without benePowers, Marvin's Chapel, died on District Tuesday last and on Wednesday Rev. isterial School-hous- e are called to meet at fit. After taking two bottles of Drura-mond- 's Union on Oct. 28th. exE. E. Pate conducted the funeral Lightning Remedy he wrote Let all be present. A program will ercises after which she was buried at be published next week. that he was free from pain, and able E. K. Snuirz, Ch'm'n. Sunnydale burying ground. Your to take several long walks. druggist should keep this remedy. If indebted to Dr. Alexander We are Efltrny Notlee. for some very "ine sweet potatoes preTaken up as an estray 'by Estil he has not got it, write to the Drum-mon- d 0 Medicine Co., Maiden sented us recently. They are oftheDr's. Taylor, living near Prentis, Ohio own growing and weigh six pounds county, one red cow and young calf. Lane, New York, and they will supSaid cow is about five years old, red a piece. Dr. Alexander is not only a except a little white on her back and ply you. Agents wanted. m m success as a teacher, but as a garden- hind feet; marked with a crop off of C'nrd ol Thanks. right.bnt the left ear and split er also. I return my sincere thanks to my having no other marks or brands.and many friends and relatives for their Through an oversight we failed to appraised before me at Fifteen Dolmention last week the factthat Com- lars ($15 00.) This Sept. as, 1893. kindness shown me during ray husband's last sickliest S. T. St fcvKNS, J. P. O. C. monwealths Attorney J. Edwin Rowe 10 4t mm M11.DRKD A. Baunrtt. has moved his family to Owensboro. College Unpen Iijk, Our people dislike very much to give II you should be strolling out near Togainstrength Hood's Sarsaparilla them up, but join in the hope that the College at any time between the Forsteady nerves Hood's Sarsaparil- and they may have both pleasure and hour of 7 a. m. inside 5 p. m., and la. you will find chance to step success in their new home. For pure blood Hood's Sarsaparilla. work going on. The teachers of Hartford .College Mr. W. P. Render" Jr., and Miss Mrlier they Prerieti. have formed themselves Into a body Etta Benton, of theCentertown The Louisville Conference, which of students and have gone to work to married on last Wedbetter prepare themselves for the pos- met at Elkton last week, made the nesday, Rev. Thos. M. MortoA pro- itions they occupy. Their meetings following appointments for the Ownouncing the ceremony. The groom so far have been full of interest nnd ensboro District: Is a rising young farmer while the benefit. On Monday night they met S X Hall, Presiding Elder. at Dr. Coleman's and the subject disbride is a beautiful young belle -- and cussed was "Labor and Capital" by Owensboro G C Kelly. both are quite popular. May sucuess Mr. O. M. Shultz, who gave a good Main Street U G Foot. ' talk. Wednesday night they met nt attend them. Owensboro Circuit W F Cashman, residence of Mr. Wm. Foster's to hear Yelvington R B Campbell. The conflict in the appointment of the "Metric System" discussed by Oakford James S Chandler. His talk was two administrators of the T. J. Moss Mr, Wm. Foster, Jr, They interesting and instructive. Calhoon R Y Thomas. c3tate in Kentucky has been finally will meet again Saturday at the ColBeech Grove J P Hogard. resignation of John J. lege with Miss Coleman 'as speaker to settled by the Hartford EE Pate. Mclienry, who was appointed by the discuss "The Defects In the Present Hawesville B Brandon. School System." Ohio County Court. Mr. L. C. Linn, Petersvllle Mission, to be supplied The visitors of the past week were, was appointed. Mr. of Murray, Ky,, J. W. Lytle", Mrs. Bell and son, Mar-ti- by E Barrett Mclienry resigned upon the payment Owensboro; Misses Eva Morton, Cloverport S G Shelby. of the expenses he had incurred. The Amanda Bennett and Trillie Franz, jlockport M M Hunter. Ceralvo T G Harrisori. estate in Kentucky did not "pan out" city. l.atiesport W R Godbey, as it was oxpected and it amounts to J The new students matriculated this Fordsville T F Roland. week are, J. W. Faith, Delaware; O. only about $30,000, although it is W. Keele, Port Rbyal, Tenn.i D. II. South Canollton R D Bennett. perfectly aolvenf and will pay out Howerton, Paradise; Viola Wester- Rosine W F Ford. , - rJ field, B. Davidson. Xivenrorcrr-L- , Hartford, dollar for dollar, 48-5- As Daisy Deanc failed to send. you any news for the last few weeks, I thought probably she had entered school and would grow negligent, so I will write you a few items from tins neighborhood. School opened at Alexander on the 18th tilt., with Miss Ida Smith ns teacher. Jnmes A. Cnldwell and wife, Seven Gums, Union county, were visiting in this comniunity-recently- . Mts. E. E. Tinsley was on the sick list last week. Marvin Miller and Jo. Ford, Central Grove, were here a few days ago. Miss Florence Davis contemplates visiting friends and relatives in McLean county in the near future. Mrs. Mary Ward, No Creek, visited her mother, of this place, the first ot last week. Miss Sudic Anderson spent Satur day night not long since with Misses Minnie and Prudie Baird. Mr. Billy Thomas and wife spent Sunday above town. Mr. J. C. Cecil, wife and daughter, Gola, from above town, were in Kinderhook a few days since, the guests ofR A. Anderson and family. Misses Emma Stevens and Nettie Anderson were the guests of Misses Oma and Lula Tanner, above town, recently. Miss Oma Smith has been employed to teach the fall term of school at Washington. Miss Lottie Sorrels, Cromwell, visited friends here recently. We learn that Rev. J. R. McAfee has again entered Hat t ford College. We extend to him a cordial invitatiqn to'prcach to us again at Alexander. DO YOU KNOW That R. P. Baird spent Sunday in Rowantown? What has become of Daisy-- Deane? There will be a wedding in Kinder-hoo- k soon? Why Warren Ward failed to Bpeak last Sunday? , If you will read the Kinderhook letter you will find out. Why A. K. Ward spent Sunday above town? Why C II. Ellis looks so lonely? A. M. S. . Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptly and i iDclently, on the llrer and bowels. 250. H mi fed I of good popOne or two lar lumber. " Address, F. A. Amks&Co., Owensboro, Ky. 5 tf car-loa- Ilnllilliiar Mnterlnl. Any one needing building miterial of any kind, such as lumber, ceiling, flooring, windows, sash, doors, lime, cement, or builders hardware, would do well to call on or write to Cary & Marble, Owensboro, Ky. AT HOCKPORT. at RockportSept. the ioth, to remain only a short time will be prepared todo all kinds of Photograph I will be work. I make n speciality of Cabinet Photos. I use the instantaneous process for making baby pictures. You will find me located in nn elcgnnt Photograph Car. A. D. Taylor. Statement of the Condition OF THE Yours tor Trade, CARSON & CO. i Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK tVt if tho Close of Business June 80,1893. HESOURCES. Note3 Real Estate Furniture and Fixtures Expenses paid and Bills Cashonh.ind $76,205.14 3,000 00 . . . 1,500.00 864 98 nndinB'ks . .17,447.55 $99,017.67 Come to Hartford -- TO SEE THE- LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Surplus Reserve Fund Interest nnd Exchanjj-Deposits $35,000 00 5,250.00 1,293.14 . 3,047.59 64,426.94 . . $99,or. ,67 JOHN H. BARNES, Cashier. Sworn and subscribed to before me June 30, 1893. Rowan Hor.nuooKs, C. O. C C By Shkmiy Taylor. D. C. Our business continues to grow, as the above statement will show, both in magnitude and' prosperity. Two years ago a deposit of $25,000; one y year ago $45,000; $64,000. This is due to the fact that the 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 I We arc here to aisist the business interests of the county, and we solicit and appreciate the account of every pushing, enterprising individual or firm. JOHN H.BARNES.Casiueu. to-da- SPRING OFOPENING - C. L. Field's car of Buggies just from the : Davis Carriage Company. Ho will savo you MONEY by Buying from HIM. up to $75.00. in Cincinnati. Will sell you a Buggy, Harness, Lap Duster and Whip from $60.00 The Davis Carriage Company has tho reputa-- tion of building tho best Buggy for the money of any Factory if i So come and judge for yourself. . 1?. iW y ui v l1 'A zy VJ inhe Al v ' u - 1 1 re !.Il aK We MM. tiWmW J, are manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal directly with the consumer, thus saving him the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices are reasRespectfully, onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. I , JLll.JS.Gi & H H , fw' ! F. A. AMES Owensboro, Ky. l homo WHISKEY;l jrvU Q.Uooko!r i'l FRtK. vrllii-o- CO. h' kSTOrVEDFREE If II II Nl 1 nnd Oclnm Habttfl D. - BROWN'S inOS BITTERS Curt IndlgciUop, ulllouiiteu, in.U.WOOLLEY.U OdcolOlKWhimuUEt. TU,Nrroume4. tii4Ueoa! iMbilltjr. rhril-cUrecommend tl. All deaWn Mil It. Oenulna bai trJo uurk ud crowed red line on wrapper. f))irpl. Mil. oi UDrinJrjrj'aouA? LL ' Allriitlon Friend. To avoid delay address all business letters and matter for publication to the RrsronucAN, Hartford, Ky. Keuralalc J'ertona Audtliou troubled with norvoumeu IreiuVtlnt cars or overwork will be Telle rod j Mklog from bl Irude m&rk Jirawn'H uJ created rod lluee 00 wrtfpic. Iron Hitters, acnula Imuliu u toau aiiwoL Vi75 irtS "rii. inuMUllmuilwUhtU o. U.I una klln nlTKl. Iml u mwiuu. MWf $f imitating rOm 'rJButlf ItNaaYaDuuiaa. d. jiJ - .At!" W - v5 aV ,aw r i N. v - V ,' V ?A V m WMk .', m itA 14 . i j "J utn . ffif" v ' ? s., "?, ?SFr v ' 'fry ' '" v '"'- - -- n rsir;,.'u..:i .":'' " i 'it ; '' JqHftwd Republican KlUDAY, QCTOUKR 0. LOVF. AND JUSTICE. ore tml Justice onmlitf both wandered awj From tht wni'i! to n, woodnS rrlriM. Iliiio jouinlswd tlicm, my friend? If ou lin o, now ntlcncl Totlialrttory. ulilcli 1 will rtiwat, Anil )uu nlw In turn will t lie rcno iillvcrn V1i It In that with ncltlur juii lui-ct-. hntilJusttiO to lino sliowasfhymniloie "I am lints my way Imck I can't find." "Take my hand," wiM Invo bnlilt "I am hot, ) im nru cold. 1 can l our wn) out If you'll mind." On tliu way dark as iltch both fell Into a the blind had tried lending thoMlmll Nelly U Drown In Kale I'leld'a Wiulilnfton. J L tH'iJlii tliLW" UJg-gWT- r Srmr upright- )-' i mbimij.ii iimi.'ji'ji wn ffjajiiniji I iV'Mfrit-iCT"''"''n- ' mjJIHilMI Roelly, Hd fp,to UUonoorox-nanother nnd 8tiok(ns ( i Miss Whatcher-iiiiinforg.lt tho tiamo. Ml-wHow-Ove- fS it o. r, lihls. Is Tho door oikmuhI softly, lint nlthprof tho men noticed it. "Very well then. Kcv yefirs ago Mr. Bertie Ellenbotough (tlut' this ono) knows Miss Whiitsheiuamo (that's this one), nnd sho loves hiin and writes him warm, rapturous letters -l- oiter that sho would bo ashamed now to rend, or for anybody elso to rend. Still, u good girl. mind you. Mr. Bcrtio comes up town, forgets her, goes to bad, slips himself off to America nnd gets worso nnd worse. Ho becomes hard up, .and what does ho do then but blackmail Miss that don't matter." I ' A GHOST OF THE PAST. Sir Robert Lislmni anil his wifo wcro not particularly Billy na nowly warricd couples go. For otio thing, Sir Robert mid when you nro was gravity comes. But ho wus very much in lovo with his young wifo. Ho handed her out of tlio f.imlly omnibus carefully, ami tho very prettiest nnklo anil tho tiniest shoo pooped out for a moment us sho stepped down before onoof tho big hotels on Trafalgar square. As sho tripped up tho broad, carpeted stairs to her room thero was it look of great happiiless in her eyes. "And is my dear girl qutto happy'" said Sir Robert. Young Lady Llsburn sho was tall and pleasant looking turned to hint affectionately. "Your dear girl," sho said, "has had her worries in her life. Sho had ono big worry." "How big?" Lady Llsburn widened her nrms to giro nn idea of tho size. "Hut it's nil over now, nnd I nm very, very happy." "Perhaps," said Sir Robert, "perhaps tho dear girl will tell mo all about it soino day." "Sho limy soino day," eaid tho young bride, Hushing. "Just now sho is bo contented that sho doesn't want oven Whatshcrnamo. "Damned scoundrel!" exclaimed Sir Roliert heartily. "Blackmails her. 1 happens to go out to traco a chap, and I nrct8 Mister Bcrtio in n bar, and ho tells mo ail about it." "Ought to bo hanged!" remarked Sir Robert. But that isn't tho worst. 1 tells him for n lark that I'm a bit of a scamp my bclf nnd brags it bit, und then Mr. Bertie goes one better and assures me th.it ho burned tlio.so letters long ago, and he was only pretending he'd still got them. That lients anything, don't it? There's u scnmif for you. Making n regular out of it too." "Girl married, I wonder?" "Sol understand," slid Mr. Bester. "Poor girl," said Sir Robert. "Wonder who her husband is?" "Sir Robort," said n voico. They had not turned on tho light, and tho room was growing dark. o I "Nop." "Had a biter "Nop." "How long you been fishing?" "An hour." As I glided nwny light lieartcdly on the delicious curves of tho outer edge, I reflected that ho was ovidently n persevering pot hunter, who would not bo easily discouraged, nnd that I could count upon hla engrossing tho attention of my off- of rtac. Roliert Grant, in Seribncr's Magazine, delines by nn' incident what he rails a "thorotiKliscolnir, squaro trotting philosopher." Thi Is hiR illustration, neces-Mril- y shortened. Possibly lovers of fish ing will agree that not oven the most unmerciful curtailing could deprive it 0f force: I remember takfti-- llttlo Fred, my eld est sou, to shato with mo oho winter's Kftcrnoor. on n suburban pond. Ho did famously rorn tyro, but wo lioth wearied nt last of his everlasting strife to maintain tho perpendicular, nnd I was of ii rush of joy when ho liocamo completely absorbed in watching n man who was (Ishiiifr for pickerel through u lioic in tl:o tec. "Caught unytl.ingr asked ho. r con-rcio- A Caw 1TIr H!lMVrHbrh Vonl Wr Knttrly UUiyfc On right ihouldornt thoirm,' joy vera giving that night, so lio would letHOW her find dovoto himself to her, She vaB greatly flattered and kept tho secret close, nnd that evening when tho ball opened alio was theroiunll her glory, looking for him in tho suit ho had promised her ho would wear. But sho didn't look long for him, because right next to her was it girl witli the identical green bow ,on her shoulder fhe wore, und n littlo beyond was another nnd still another. By this time tho others began to take notico, and In about 10 minutes there wero 27 green lows piled up in the mid-dl- o of tho floor, nnd 27 maidens wcro looking for a mask in tho shapo of but they couldn't find htmtnnd they nover-illfind him, for boforo tho boll was over ho had paid his bill and skipped on tho first train." "It wasn't you, was it?" ventured tho clerk, nud tho drummer sworo it wasn't, Detroit Freo Press. Bun-thoro- e, wiuutt my '""'' V'''''''"''''' uu on ti) Hacked to (Sleep. . to think about it." Tho next inbrning thoywent off to tho Engadine. It was two months later when they returned, trunks and portmanteaus plastered all over with square and circular labels Hotel Dellevue and Hotel Beau Rivago and n lot of others. . Both Sir Robert nnd Lady Lisburn looked very jolly und well. Thero were letters waiting for Lady Llsburn. Sho read them in her As sho paw tho writing on ono of tho envelopes sho grow red and then very white. Sho perused tho letter again nnd again, with hands trembling and a face that looked into tho mirror with it frightened look. Then sho turned oil tho electrio light and sank on her knees ami sobbed. They staid in town for some days. They drove out n good deal, visiting, but young Lady Lisburn looked ill ami out of sorts and scarcely tpoko to her husband. Ho seemed to bo repelled by Jicr coldness. Onco or twico Lady Lisburn tried to rouso herself, but the look of worry quickly came back, nnd her husband, placid and even ns he was could not help feeling disturbed. Ono evening in tho latter part of the week Lady Lisburn was sitting at the open window of their room, her face resting on her hand, looking out into the bquaro and beeing nothing. A pago boy entered with a foreign message. Sho opened it, read tho typewritten words and crumpled quickly the sheet in her hand us Sir Robei't , lied-roo- "My Ion e?" ho said. "They told mo yon wnnted to see me." Kiitl Lady Lisburn, "nnd, my dear, I'm not going. I could not havo known what I was talking about just now." "My dear heart," exclaimed Sir Robert delightedly, "tell mo what it was that was worrying you?" "Why, absolutely nothing," answered lU wifo decidedly. "Thcio was no for it." They took each other's hands. "Shall I look in again. Sir Robert':"' said Mr. Bester respectfully. Ho had lieeu standing aside nnd pretending, with excellent savoir falro, to look out of tho window. "Oil, I lieg your pardon, Bester." said Sir Robert. "No, you needn't look in again. I'll send yonr people a check for jour trouble." St. James Gazette. I'-o camo in. "I want to say something to you, Robert," sho said in a shaky voice Ho came over to her. "I want to go away from you for n few weeks." "A fow weeks" ho repeated blankly. "A fow weeks. Unless you wnnt me to bo a miserable, woman all my life, you must let mo do this. Let mo go. and when I come back I shall bo quito jolly, and I shall lova you tnoro than over, and we" "My dear," said Sir Robert, "you are perfectly unreasonable! You aro not yourself." "Unfortunately I nm," interposed wifo sadly. "Or you wouldn't dream of pronouns, such n preposterous thing. Now, love, just you go to bed early tonight aud havo n good rest, nnd you'll bo all right in tho morning." "If you don't let mo go, Roliert. 1 shall never bo nblo to rest again. 1 shall bo nothing but a curto to you and n iniery to myself for all my life. Do let mo go." "My dear love." Miid Sir Robert, rising with a very decided nir," "if you absolutely refuse to tell mo tho motivo for your disapiicunincc, I absolutely refuse to let you go." "Then I then I must go without your permibsion." Sho said this without nnd in tho humblest way. Sir Robert went down btairs and stood at tho hotel door for a fow minutes smoking his cigar rather quickly. Then ho turned nnd went to tho telephone room aud looked iu tho book and rang up. Lady Lisburn, whito and set of face, returned to her room and prepared for her journey. It was surprint) to Sir Robert to find in tho hall not 10 minutes later tho man for whom ho had telephoned. Ho was a burly, scarlet faced man, and ho gave his curd toSirRobert with an awkward, fat bow: Fa) re, S Aecnu "Como into this room, Mr. Mr. Hester." Mr. Debtor wiped his boots with particular care. "You'd liko something to drink perTllOMKH IllATl.lt. cc t r & Co., Inquiry llrotlirr. Tho willful littlo brother of Daisy Miller is no less trne a type than his older nnd more .famous sister. One has but to watch our children's manners with a very little attention to discover this. It will bo noticed, too, that those littleones whoso tiarents aro wealthy enough to lenvo them in tho hands of trained ferv-nut- s have, at least on tho surface, the liest manners united to tho most docility. This seems to bo largely because thoserv-nnt- s exact n certain sort of subjugation from them ns well ns a ready obedience to what commands they themselves may bo allowed to give. Tho avcrago parent, on the contrary, has no npp.irent idea of enforcing his desires. Listen to the "Don't do this" and "Do that," as said to tho children you encounter in pub lic places, and notico how seldom any heed whatever is given to tho speech. Previous Once in .10 times is n liberal allowance. A countryman, wishing to- convey a Philadelphia Press. pig to town without paying the toll, put it into n cart und covered it with cabTliut Uracil tho White Ilmite. bages. On reaching tho gate hesaid to Mrs. Cleveland, during her first occutho collector: pancy of tho Whito House, made a col"Look hero, tomorrow I intend bringlection of tho nmusing letters which ing n pig to town. I shall put it in my from time to timo wero forwarded to cart and cover it tip with cabbages. If her through tho mail by persons wholly you will just close one eye; you shall unknown to her. Tho last week or two hme a haudsomo tip." of her stay in tho White House, prior to "A right," said the collector. Harrison's inauguration, Next day tho countryman drovo up wero occupied iu looking over the with his cart loaded with cabbages. The of private corresiondence recollector stepped up to him and whisceived during the two years of her resipered in his ear: dence there. After destroying as many vnll'vn O trrt ihn. il. .. ll. JUI. ir. IV J ft! .!. possible, those put aside to be rens day?" tained filled to repletion tho depths of a "No, I brought it yesterday," was tho Saratoga trunk. Kate Field's Washing- man's reply. Corricro delta Sera. ton. Daisy .Mlller'i Little o 'n spring for u considerable period. Accordingly I was surprised soino five minutes later to obscrvo the fisherman shambling ucross the pond toward the shore. A moment nfteiwnrd I learned what had happened. Tho horny handed pot hunter, limine presently pulled n eolitnry pickerel out upon tho ice and freed it from his hook, tnrned aside to cut another pleco of bait, whereupon my boxful picked up the ' fish aud popjied it back into its native ' element without so much us a syllable ' of commentary, and thereupon ho of the horny hand, having realized tho situa-- ! Hon in its terrible entirety, pulleil-uhis -- Truth. line, shovoleil back tho partule.iof ice j into tho holo nnd lictook himself upon Kptxlllrd. his shambling wny v. ithout it word. "Thero is n young country Iniy stayNot u wonl, mink you. Tho only aling nt our boarding house," writes n corternative was child murder or silence, respondent, "who is n perfect littlo gennnd my pot hunter choso tho simplest tleman iu his way. The other day ho form of tho dilemma. brought his bister iu to dinner and gavo thought tho fish wonld like it," said her n general introduction somewhat as "I little Trcd, when interrogated ujioii the follows, 'Ladles and gentlemen, this is suuject. my bister.' Then heelectrified tho gathering by continuing, 'My sister, these Qlltillflrd. ladies aud gentlemen.' Whereat It is rare tact that "gets nil the best nro ladies and gentlemen present wero tho words" after u rebuff. Politicians need highly delighted nt such indorsement." it. Colonel Stono of Tennesseo on one occasion got tho last word nt least. ICternul Vaitie. When ho was running for governor, he Mrs. Rondo Why don't you write met for tho first time n delegate from onoof tho rural counties to the state something real good instead of writing so much? Many a man has made himconvention. Tho colonel paid: single poem. "I nm glndto meet you. I havo known self famous forever by a instance? Mr. Rondo Who, for your father for many years, but never Mrs. Rondo Why, tho man who had tho pleasure of jour acquaintance. I sec, however, that tho bon is better look- wrote. "Not a drum was heard; not n funeral note." ing limn the father." Mr. Rondo And what was his name? "Look here, colonel," said the deleMrs. gate, "you need not bo flattering mo up. gotten. Rondo Oh, dear me! I'vo forLife. for I nm out nud out fur lVirltsil.il.. f.ir goernor, although tho old man is for! It Makea No nifTrrriieo. you." "I snptKM you don't believe in court"Why, I simply find yon better looking than your father, but I did not say ship," Buitl tl.o paragraphist laughingly you had half ns much sense ns ho has," to tho president of tho gas company. "Why not?" usked tho president. returned tho colonel. "Becnuso lovers always turn tho gas Those standing around roared with laughter, in which tho delegate good down, you know. Un! hat ha!" "Oh, that makes no difference," Mid humorcdly joined. Youth's Companion. the piesident. "Tho meter gets in its w ork all tho hame." Texas Sif tings. I I was called Lnughin;( Turn. sny u word without laughing, rnd ho usually pieficetl what he hud to i"y w itli it iierles of chuckles that wero iiio most Infectious tilings imaginable. "Thcio uro hundreds of storiesof which Tom i I tho hero, but ouu there Is in which I Irivo never seen printed, Ono d iv Tom began playing poker with it i..iner. Tho Mnkri wiro small, but Uity wero lihr to the players themselves, all their earthly a'l they It was nip nud tuulc for awhilo, rndn ptvtt-- ' piod j'.ekpot was being built up, when tho miner saw Tom slip a curd. Ho mIi! nothing until tho taugli-i- i prodigy opened fio jacker. bet off the limit and was about to gdthi r in tho pot, when tho mil, er quietly tt.Id him he Ltd teen hlin clalit. " 'All light.' sr.M Tou. with hit laugh 'it was unintentional, umiro jou. but tnko tho pot und let's l.eop on plaing.' "Tho miner win agreeable, and the play was continued until lie caught Tom cheating again. It Was tho hitter's deal, and ho slipped two cards into his lap while bhufiliug tho lards. "Thu miiter wiin us mad its a lioriut, not po much tm ueciiuiit of Tom's cheating r.s Ihcuiimj of tho insult to his intelligence by tho bungling Htjle of Tom's work. Rising and drawing his pistol, tho miner s.ii.1: " 'D u on, Torn, I'm going to blow tho top o' your head off.' . "Tom looked up tnto iho gun's miizzlo and laughed out, "You wouliTn't kill a feller before tho draw, would you?" "! 1 h;v,Hv Utrmti, r ohnraulor out in Virginia City during tho palmy days In I' i early slxtlej," said W. II. Barxtow. A ,,, It .f, .t,......,,..... lf.... i.iMr.'fiin,ii- - lif ro won n nuof TOUandYOim yB4T0 is a wonderful remedy, which is alike beneficial to you and your children. Stich is Scott's Emuhiou of Pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil and Hypophos-phite- s of Lime and Soda. It checks wasting in the uraiaren Al-m- ffi(IW , v children and produces sound, healthy flesh. Scott's Emulsion cures Coughs, Golds, Consumption, Scrofula and all Anaemic and Wasting- Disoasci. Prevents wasting In ch'ldron. Bowno.Cuorolsta, all DniKglsts. Now York. Sold by It keeps - them from taking cold and it will do the same for you as pnlatnbte n milk. Oct only the genuine. Prepared by Bcott A Emulsion Scptfs J. D. at WILLIAMS i fsjBw&HsllsHDsMRBL "There w.-- no tragedy that day." Washington Nows. My A very alueutiiiiiuled mcmlier of tho r rrcueli institute was reading tho in the casino nt Dieppe tho other news-pajH-- Troer! day. IIo was absorbed by tils reading, and witti his left hand ho unconsciously pushed tlio files of newspapers on the table. Each moment he bent them further from him. Beyond General - Blacksmith All kinds of i'epniring done on sliort inkstand, which at last the moving papers pushed over the side of tlio table. It fell on tho trousers of it Paris lmnker, who was furious at tho nccident. Tho nbMiitmiiiiled man otTered his best exenses without appeasing the banker's wrath, who shrieked that Ms now trousers wero ruined. "But. sir, I will cheerfully jiay for them, He good enough to give mo your card, and I wilt kuiI the money to j out hotel." "To my hotel, Birl I don't know you. I must instantly havo tho 30 francs these tlio paiiors was an notice and nt most reasonable rates. HORSK-SIIOEIN- G A SPECIALTY. trousers cost." The memlH-ro- f tho institute drew forth tho !!0 francs and handed them to tho banker. Then ho said: "Now that yen huvo been jmid, I hope you havo too much of tho delicacy of a gentleman to remain in my tromcrx. You know tliny nro niino, and I insht tipou theii immediate delivery to mo. You have no confidence in mo; I havo none in yon. My trouers!" In vain tho banker i rotested against such hatite. Tho crowd that had gathered about tho disputants said tho member of tho iustituto was right, and the banker, after tending for another juir of nether jarmenK surrendered tlio ink stained ones, amid the laughter of the Agent Cor the Kansas ity Complete Circuit, All Steel, Mounted Hay S'rcss, Disc Harrows, Osborne .Mowers and Hakes. v $37.50 SOUTHERN QUEEN $37,50 Is it postibls a Top Uuegy with Silver - plated Kail, Scat Kail, Handle, Hub Hands tuid Shaft Tips, for sIkiyc juke t I)h bystander '.Tit-Bits- . gsh -8"u ti 2 a O H Q art re. Overnlre. "Madam," said tho tramp, "can't you give mo some work to do?" "Yes. There's miiuo coal I want brought up out of tho cellar." "Thanks, madam, but I don't liko to do that. I am unkempt ami my hands arc dirty. I blioiild bo horry to boil your coal." Harper's Bazsr. Aro In the Fatuity. A Sclenllfio American Agency n :!s V. tea 'v.; D -- . "Well, the widow sued tho editor for libel." "Get anything?' "One thousand pounds. But she didn't havo it long." 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A train used to make n daily run carrying a blackbird's nest and eggs among tho woodwork underneath ono of tho carriages. hambers' -C- Unexpected I'roof. Principal I hnvo to send yon on n very important errand, one demanding tho greatest secrecy. Say, Mr. Meier, can I rely upon jou? Aro you able to keep a becret? Clerk Oh, certainly (whispering in principal's ear). I havo been secretly engaged to your daughter for tho Ian: couple of yearn! Fortiosten. On or the Mr. Bilkins What woman has! Mrs. Bilkins Yes, has either loved ond got him. Tit-Bit- s. lntuuco Cltetl. You would bo much Mrs. Stuggers Larmt etrruHtlrm of any adectlBa paper In the world, trlendidlr Illustrate!. No intuMirent man ihoiild be vHhoui IU Weeklr. H.I, Oil a earl $LV)llx rnontlii. Addrefi MflNN i. CO. ITuliiuieus, aOl Uroadwar, New York Uty. EOSTIiqClITITT. EHTIJOAlUTT. An Unprecedented Offer. GREAT VALUE FOR LIT K MOKEV. happier if you would but learn to say "no." Mr. Staggers I know I wonld have been much happier if jou had said "no" on a certain occasion. Detroit Freo Press. JUllt II HIT. WEKKLY NEWS Or THE WORLD FOR A TRIFLE. WORMS! 'WHITE'S CREAKC Mew York Weekly Tribune, A twenty-fou- Other. a sad face tlwt poor thing. She lost or loved and "Good morning, j our honor," bald the 'How do you come cheerful prisoner on today?" "Finely, sir." replied tho judgocnrtly. and tho prisoner swallowed his cheerfulness. Truth. That Wu i:ny. Yon can't guess who Williamson gi.vo me this cigar. Henderson (getting it whifl of it) No, ho gavo it to you. but I can guess Brooklyn Life. nro to a great ox tent the untravelcd inhabitants of nn nn traveled country. Curiosity mingles wit! indno- - intheir. cai'm-nento see stran Tho Piedmontese Kiuingli Tor All. r page journal, is tlio loading Republican family paper iu VERMIFUGE Has lod all Worm Romodfos. EVERY the United Slates. It is filled with FOR 20 YEARS Vj member of a country family. interesting reading matter for every It is a NATIONAL FAMILY PAPER, and It gives the Its AGRICULTURAL department gives all the geuernl news of the United States aud tlio world. events of foreign" lauds m a nutshell. has nn superior in the country. BOTTLE GUARANTEED. BICniMISJX BIEICHE CO., ST. Journal. Couldn't Trmt llliii.i'lf. A yonng Richmond man who wai traveling in Hanover a fow days ago got n young negro to watch his" horse, at thero was an engino nearly ready ti start. When in the store a few minutes tho boy camo in. "I can't watch yo' boss no longer, boss," said ho anxiously. "Is that engino thero yet?" asked tht tra cler. Ton Cloverton What do you think of it, old man? I consider that one of tho best cigars in tho market. Da3haway Wliat mnrket? Truth. ' Kttiry Time. Examiner What is the liest insulator wo know of? Candidate Poverty. Science. Tnttni SOLD EVERYWHERE. torn. I in MARKET REPORTS aro recognized Commercial Hotel, CENTKAL CITY, KY. authority in all parts of the land. It has separate departments for THE FAMILY CIRCLE and OUR YOUNG FOLKS. Its HOME AND wives and daughters. SOCIETY columns command the admiration of Its A Dilemma. haps':" Mr. Bester pulled his waistcoat down and coughed slightly and said that ho didn't know as n drop of whisky would do him any particular harm. At any jate, hu said (ho Mid this with tho nir of n man prqutcd for nny experiment hi tho intirest of bcienco) ho'd try. Sir Robert ordered u largo whisky und gao instructions that ho was to bo told when Lndy Lisburn left the hotol. "Wo need not hurry until that Mid Sir Robert, Hctxplalnid to Mr. Hester what was required. Theiu was to oo no fuss, insisted Sir ," "Well, go and watch him. I'll thero iu 15 minutes, nnd I'll give you e quarter." "Deed I can't, boss." ho insisted. "I'st got to go nn go powahfnl quick." "What's tho matter?" hu asked, consid erably provoked. "Well, you see, boss," said ho earnestly, "it's dish yer way: A man drov nj by yo' boss wid n wagon load of rii watcrmillioiis aft ax mo to watch 'em fei him while he go ter do blacksmith shop, nn I dono tolo him I would, but I hain't got do strength to htan hit. boss, 'deed hain't. I jW got 'ligion las' week, nn el I htnys rotin whar dem millions is nn , nobody sumpin's goin ter sho', mi ills chilo doan' want ter 1 backslidin, fo' he's got n fair btart, boss Meed ho doan'. Yo' better get a pillni of do church, boss, to do dat wutchin e long ez dem watermillioua is in sight." Richmond State. 1 1 Imp-pen- "Yesir." gcrswitiim thcirdoors, and any wayfai w furnished. Located close to Depot. who chooses to mako himself agreeabh s and can break tho monotony of theii Good meals or lunch Give sequestered oxisteuco repays them nmplj it a trial. for his entertainment. Tho author ol "Country Life In Piedmont," says: Unlionnded hospitnlity is character istiuof nil thriving agricultural districts Those who gather from tho plcutifu! land tho fruits which most immedintel contribute to man's MUteiianco nro al ways glad to shir.o with friends nnc guests tho bounties which might other first-clas- R. R. PAX0N, PR0PRIT0R. gcucral po'itical news, editorials nud discussions nro comprehensive, brilliant Has just been repaired and newly and exhaustive. A special contract enables us to oiler this nplondid journal and THE REPUBLICAN OFor Only $1.25 pear yecur. Subscrip- CASH IN ADVANCE. The regular subscription price of tho two papers is $2.25. tion may begin at any time. Address all orders to "Begorra, isn't that n limn dlirowndin out bey.mt there, just foriuust my finger?" "Bo jabers, but man nloivo!" I think you're right, wise bo wasted. Every ono has heard of tho casan( girl who pressed a king to partako o! some apples, nssuring him thnt what hi did not tuko "would bo given to tin pigs." "Well, phwhy don't yez jump iu an mako nu effort to save him?" 'That's nisy talkiit, but who's goin to jump in an nave n.ev Life. Robert, and no interference. All that Desti r had to do was to follow ' Ludy Lisburn, and if hho was in uny danger to wiro Sir Robert at onto, and himself take Mich steps as hu might think wero necessary. "That's tho way," said Mr. Hester, with approbation; "tnko things calmly Miuh better in tho long run. I ought to know. I'vo been nt it in tho yard mid out of tho yurd 150 j ear como next Until (iooil. lie I!il Not Dance. Miss Fun Tin tie ( who has just been introduced to educated Indian) Do yov ilanco, Mr. Orotitynhehu? Mr. O. Once, alasl I did, bht tho customs of tho savage I have now abandoned 1 rover. Truth. All tlio oumo. I onco threw n word ncross tho hedgt to a group of ruBtics-whwcro gathering their walnuts, to congratulate them oi the bountiful harvest. "Yes," they cried out joyously, hold lug up their baskets nnd uprous. "Havi wnno! Hnvo some. There's enough foi cats and dogs this year." Youth's o swill BETWEEN HERTFORD REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Write your namo and nddro-- s on a postal card, Bond Kentucky. it to Geo. W. Best, Room 2, Tiibuno Building, New York City, nnd aeuraplo copy of tho will bo mailed to you. '.' LOUSVILLE and WITH MEMPHIS, NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE SI'I.l'.NDID DISPLAY OF NI5W DUSIGNS IN PULLMAN BUFFET Sleeping Cars' iff FROM AND TO l.(MllSVII,I.K.MKnillllS,VI!KISII1Tt IIATOM lt(MJi:,illu it .fY (oil,. Robert Hjlitoly. Mr. Hester htood up arid looked nt himself in tho minor lor a moment nnd then sat down again heavily. "Tlio most interestingMm until, "are them that nobody don't deal with." Mr. Hester took another sip from his tumbler und essayed to rest ono kneo on tho other, but found tho position for a 'gentleman of his rotundity uncomfort-un- d relinquished the endeavor. "Look here, Sir l!obeit,"sald Mr. Hester, "hero's it case in point. Just what you may call o little incident: Look here. This" (taking a v. ax match fiom the box and eticJcinjL U upright on the reb'uary." "I btipjioRo yon havo had some interesting cubes to deal with," iiinurkcd Sir in hurtling. Two reasons why a girl should not Brooklyn Life. go nml nil thn frlrla wero attirk mi him, but lio had to get up and liustlo bo- -' tween two days.' "What wus the matter?" interrupted thoclcrk. "Did ho try to beat the hotel?" "Not much ho wasn't that kind. What ho did was a joke. 1 said ho was so ns one trial a flirt, and every day ho had ono or two now girls on tho string, and ho handled of De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve for thorn so skillfully thut each thought sho scalds, burns, bruises, skin affection was a favorite. On the lust day u new and piles. L. V. Bkan. girl was listening to his vows, and when tliov parted she had a little bow of frcen I "Yonng men aro scorco at tho watering places this summer," remarked tho drummer to tho hotel clerk. "Why don't yon go and subtract ono from tho scarcity?" suggested tlio clerk. "That's what every girl is trying to do," laughed tho drummer. "But I havo been," ho went on. "I just got back. I was at a place down by tho sea, and to about 40 girls there wcro not over six men, not counting old men und husbands. Thero was a lark, though, thero from Detroit, who was equal to it dozen ordinary chaps, nnd ft moro vigorous and persistent ilirt I novor saw. Ho was r flnlflv. Chicago show iu ono day, Eery?" iiitnih-e- d TO AND I'OM Undo Tobias Sloctim of his sou. "Them was tho Aggers," responded Sow York I'lillattelihlii IUIthnoio WHKhliitfton Norfolk Old I'oint Uo'nlnrt Ezra solemnly. Itieliinoud lltiH'itlo Cluvel nitl "An thero wa'n't no crowd, oven Toledo Ulilcngo ImllHnHpolii then'f" nsked Undo Tobias, after a pause. Olnolnnsti Loultviilo "No crowd anywher's," said E.ra. Eactorn and Northonstorn Points Tiiero was n long silence, broken only nnd Memphis Viektlmrg Union itnugu by tho fluttering of the novnpaper in Now Orleans Mobile Littlo ltnek Hot Ezra's hand ns tlio breeze flow in nt the Hprlnga and p'cints in West Teniiet-e- o window. Toxhs Arkansaa MissiBsippi "Well," said Unclo Tobias at last. 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