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IERHS-S- L25 t Fabliiber. in THE.FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL Per Annam, la Adunct. VOL. VI. "Would you know why vith pleasure HABTFORD, KY., FBlbAY, OCTOBEB 13, 1893. Ourfacessobeam? Our life is a )p&fK foiylfiaf; Jasper, I only proiiHseu you a Rleighrlde onco a year for seven years, nnd thon if I liked yon well enough-th- en perhaps I might marry you." Jasper was drawing ou his sealskin gloves. "That's all very well," ho said, "but wo haven't tho time to wasta which those old Biblical reoplo had. In seven years' timo I expect to bo in the cabiLily followed him to tho door only to "That?" was all sho said. "Ho's not handsome to look at," said NO. 11. PROFESSIONAL CARD. OurSeiVa.is TVe'er XTX jf Vn iA grunvble, S CLAIR OTTE fTO S3PSf If net." WE RY ALOUD (.MIL? m AT HARTFORD. KY. 1 drean. recollin dismay. J nx. N. 4loilll. J.N. It. Wnlillnic. Miiim' i 8 ibe .; a? Tho "fade" of society are on tho GARDEN Ao sleighs." d Jasper drolly. "Rather and lopsided. Still, I don't suppose tliat cashier fellow can overtako oven roln liko this." "If ho does," flashed Lily, "I'll change three-cornereven-crab- LAWYERS, HARTFORD, KY. GLENN & WEDDING, cause of our bliss: cleaning -v For all Itsorts ofcomes ani88. v-ne'er Made only by NICFairrAnk & Co. St. Loiiis. AND CRADLE. tVhen our babe be goetb walklnit In Mi garden, Around his UnkllnK feet tbe aunbesms play, Tlia poalea they aro tood to him And bow them aa they should to him, Aa farctb be upon his klnsly way. And btrdllngs of tbe wood to lilm Make raaalo, gentle rnuula, all the day, When our babe be goeth walking In Ms garden. When our babe hegoetbawlnglngln his cradle. Then tbe night It looketh ever sweetlyilown; The little atari are kind to him. The moon eho hath a mind to him And layeth on Ms head a golden crown! And alngeth then tho wind to blm A song, the emlle song of llethlcm to-our babe NhnKugene he goeth swinging In Ms cradle. Field in Chicago Newa-lleoor- inertait seem to ba They trir-lu- l, To Know IT AL- the extinction of tho race were It not for two thing. 1. There li always hope of reformaJASPER'S WOOING. tion In the hearts of the people. When the dangerous Increase of kidney disease Is sufficiently sounded, there will jMper Greeno dismissed the driver be reform. This will assure future when he reached tho wharf after crossgenerations. ing the Ottawa e Four Corners and a looked round for Dnoust to carry his 9. As to the afflicted of knowledge of Dr. Fcnncr's Kidney and baggage np to Labclle s ns in days of Backache Cure will restore all who are yore. But old Dnoust was dead and I adroit enough to resort to Its uss before therefore could not coma. I it Is too late. Also cures female weakMillctto pnt the heavy trunk on n I ness, heart disease, rheumntlun and all blood diseases. It will neither deceive truck sleigh and began to trot along tho , nor disappoint. If In need tako a bottle woodon wharf. Then, when Mllletto Delays are paused for brcath, Greeno pushed tho homo with you dangerous. Money refunded if satis- old man asldonnd took hold of the truck. faction not given. "Say, Millotte, 111 wheel this up for 60 cents for yon," be said. Mllletto ran panting alongside. "Ah-h- , Tfre Quarterly Register 0 to droll monsieur. It will provide for to christening." Slagl. fr.lti, . toe Grrcno stopped short. "What, an. fl.&o FtrT.ar, other!" be said in pretended ntnacemcut. eaa Illiail, 1.00 CI "How many?" be naked briefly. "Twenty-seven,rejoined Mlllette, '' VTf lli'm"-"llett.-- " Ctll r with ill dissembled pride. Greeno stopped again and carefully . a .1 counted out 27 cents. Here's a cent each for your children, Mllletto. Don't stand still any longer or you'll get frostbitten. o I daru not run tho risk of having to for 27 orphans." Mllletto took tho money with profnso tluinks und hurried oft, leaving Greeno cunncNTHiaronr, CtTSOIT. MICMU. to go on to Labello's hotel with tho lingo truck sleigh. By the time Jasper reached the poatofilco a procession gradually formed on the sidowalk to .welcome him back from Montreal. When Lily Lnbelle saw him, she came out and promptly Lgnre tbe children a holiday for tho rest Is easy enough il you only of tbe day. Then she joined him at tho head-o- f the When they know how. We solve tho reached tho procession. verenda, the children gavo problem hi tho threo cheers for Jasper and called for a at-thto-daI to-da- tnOTcmcnt has Its consequence. The "fad" of beer drinking may look trlrial. It U followed by tho " fad " of kidney dUcaso, aa a direct consequence. And that In not trlrial. That moans the grave and U solemn. Tho situation would be truly alarming and threaten &h$f' ,not. Erery but they ar "Well, that's fair," gently nsserted Jasper, "In yon go. Thcro isn't much fuss and feathers about tho old sleigh, but it means business all tho same." Lily was furious at being treated like a child. Besides, sho had determined to teach Jasper a lesson. "Uathcr like Deacon Piatt's sermons. Thoy always hang fire at the start," said Jasper. r "Now, We'll go to Hawkesbnry by tbe river track. That fellow can see us coming. Ab, I thought so. He'll be down here in a minute." Lily looked rathor frightened as the chestnut came along nt a furious pace. It was evident that his driver resented being made a fool of and that there would bo a sceno as soon ns he could gel his horse alongside Jnspcr'o funereal quadruped. But no sooner did that dejected animal touch tho ico than he a different looking horso altogether. His head went up and his tail out at the ring Of tho chestnut's hoofs on tho smooth ice which connected the river with tin shore. Then Jasper, leaning back, waited, nntll tho chestnut was within 2C yards and suddenly loosed the reins. said Lily. "Ho'i "What, rnnning away, Jasperl" "Yes, ho's doing his level best," said Jasper as tho bank seemed .to spin by. "If tho chestnut catches us, you can havi his master." Jasper kept tho black's head straight That was all ho could do with the unmanageable beast "You seo, Lil," h explained, "you've been fooling ono oi us to tho top of your bent Now. you'll just take tho chances of war. If bo col- lars ns, I shall have to give in." "I won't," said Lily stoutly, beginning to realize, tho situation and how Jaspei nnd awakened to lire under tlio iuuucnct "Nothing shall make mc him. I only drovo with hin Was so dull down hero. That because it was nil." MO NEY,fVIONEY,MONEY! The manufacturers have sent us the goods ard now they want and must have the CASH. We are bound to raise it even though wejire compelled to SACRIFICE a j$20,000 STOCK of CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, DRY GOODS, FURNISHING GOODS, Etc. Every article, no matter be what it may, it must be sold. (Ofllcc, otcr AmJeraou'a llauar.) Will practice their profession in all tho courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals, bpecial attention given to criminal practice and collections. pun E. D. OUFFT. c p. aw Owing to limited space and time, we cannot quote prices, but will guarantee to all a lIAKTFORIt, KY. Will practice his profession id Ohio and adjoining counties, ami court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Ofiico cast side of public square. , B. D. RI NGO Saving of 25 to 50 per cent. On all Purchases. This is strictly a BONA EIDE SALE and intended for the benefit of OUR customers as well as the Now is We gain n thing. IT'S ALL for YOU. your opportunity to buy your fall goods. REMEMBER, every Article is at your MERCY. We refuse no reasonable offer. man-ufacturer- Attorneys ggt gaw, XSartfoxd. 3Ton.tu.clcy. Will practice iu all courts of Ohio nnd adjoining counties, Suporior ColCourt and Court of Appeals. lections and all legal business attend cd to. Office 329 E. Market St. s. R. R. WEDDING, Attorney at Law, Beaver Dam, Ky. Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. I ypmicni 5T0RV ...... pro-vid- .. gaining. Then sho looked at tlio black horse. you whip him?" she asked. "I could," said Jasper, "but It's hardly fair. Ho isn't tho one that should b whipped for this." Lily turned palo. "You're very cruel, Jasiwr, but I deserve it all. Nothing shall make mo marry him. I'd rathei go to the bottom of tho river with you.r As they neared Hawkesbury tho chest "Chestnut's coming up a bit," said Jasper cheerily, after another mile. "Hope Baalbec will bold out" Lily gazed anxiously at tho animated "ruin" In tho shafts. The chestnut wai COME jiiaRLT AND SECURE THE CHOICE Selections Of insrLtJjtre Sttooli. HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession iu all tbe Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court of Appeals. Bpecial attention given to collections. Ofiico, in County Attorney's office, in Court House. - Lawy eR Perry Westerfield, Attorney at Law. Beaver Dam, Ky. nut stcodilygained, Jasper bad succeeded in pulling tho old black back into hit gait nnd began to whistle. Suddenly h( turned pale. "How far's that fellow behind, Lil?" .espectf-vHr,- - i. i. Will I 3 ho risked. WTille Curd For The ASKING. Tho brightest ami nuwgict paSemi your per io Kentucky. address on a postal card. You can hnvo a enttiplo copy speech. Ho waited for the crowd to disperse before ho approached Lily, who stood leaning against tho veranda, an amused look In her dark eyes. "Aro you glad to seo me?" be asked. "Come in to dinner," sho said. "Ill answer yonr questions somo of them ONE DOLLAR EVERY HOUR j, . , .,-- ' i,'''-- - -. fl J ilil ! tti. (rsodeit olT.r nioUc. Vou (ua work sll dr, or In the eenlii( only. It 70a are em. plojfd. and liar, a few .pare hour, at your ilia, potal, nillli. tli.m, and add to your laeom., our bailo.M will not Inlrrftre at all. You will be aniaaed oa the atart at the rapidity and ran by which you unu, dollar upon ihillar,daylnaiid day out. ICttn britnnen nre urmtrul from tho flrtt boar. Any AUe can run the Luilncn lion, (all. You tliould try nothing until you m for yourttlf what you can do at pie builntn which wa offer. Ho capital risked. Women are frand worktri; nowailayt they make at much a. m.o. They .houluUrr Dili butlnrn.ai It l to wrU adapted to them, write at once and iee for youncUi Adoreu II, 1IALLRTT CO., llox J80, l'crllanU, Me. tU clretht uulues trial wltbuut cxhdh iavottn.lf. Vorthoio wllllnffta do a little work OU la eajlIy'earDtd by mnr ont 6f either ttx In any nart of the conn try. who la wlllluc to work ln1iu. trlouilr at the piojrmvni wlurh we' furittth. I'be labor la Haht aud itlraaant. and vou run 110 vou out coniisieie,ao uiai rtik whatartr, uem flh , h u '. - laTaLaLslLBaSLMariav' fin I s aar sbm iLfeKaLLsKl-JuaK.H..aae- aaaf sbWkH sH aBaw aa sl al .a aal aasaVi' aa! amaw M CaresU, and Trad.Marlit obtained, and 111 Pat-iwvuNiwHfcvuuubwu iu aeopcnaTK rata. sua orner Ormiri U. si. part nt ornec ( and we can secure patent la less Um than those remcUfrom W.ihlngton. Scad model, diawlozorphoto.,wUhc!tcTlp- Koc We adrlte, If patcntabl or not, tree of J rii.rra. OurfaanotduatlllnalantlaaMured. a "How to Obtain lateats, with j A cost of saipe in th. U, S. and foreign countries) 1 sent free. Address, i ....' C. ty C.A.SNOW&CO. o.p. orner. Washington, d. T(NT wwvw ? c f 'K.KEYEJJIJL a , awsswsswssyswfsfjswswa ewtfiimhitiff .SHafaWaawaWafjaVkafjaaaaW fSafjaaaaaaS uin injiH hwukmw ft, KlSCb. tut PH.ES. A nepafw ay tua 'inii OURI knwnfrilyMri Ml airr f Ll. afterward." Mrs. Labelle greeted him with a kiss on both cheeks, while her husband bowIt" ed with grave politeness. Jasper looked down for a moment Lily soatod herself at tho upper table. into her white face. 'Til pull up if you once took possession of Lily wish, Lil. 'Twill bb too lato directly." Jasper at and held his prize against all comers, "Np, Jasper, I deserve It. Go on, and especially the cashier of the Four Corners and it's to bo gobdby" She discon-portebank. Tho latter was not easily kissed him. but prepared to demolish Jasper. "Hold tight," said Jasper, beginning Miller, the cashier, asked her to go for to pull Btcadily on tho old black.. . a sleigh ride that afternoon. Lil held tight to tho sido of tho sleigh "So sorry," drawled Jasper. "Miss In an agony of grief. Then lie lifted the Labelle ha been engaged to mo for n black to Iho leap, gave ono cruel slash sleigh rido for a year." with tho whip, there was, a crash of The cashier, without waiting for a rebreaking ioo as tho sleigh struck on the ply, went angrily out. other side, a stagger from tbo black. A Lily raised her eyes from, her plate. convulsivo.pull and they were over and "Why are you a week before your time, 20 yards beyond' tho widening chasm. Jasper" she asked. with tbe frightened cashier pulling up "That's the reason," said Jasper, indi- on its unnk. when Lily recovered cating with a fragment of mince pie on sho found herself in the his fork the retreating form of tho cashmanse parlors at Hawkesbury. ier. "If Tm only allowed one sloigh "Are you all right, Lil?" asked Jaspe: rido a Voar, I don't boo why that fellow cheerily, should, got ahead of mo and have throe Sho clung to him and hid her face in a week." his breast "But your work, Jasperf" "Was It all a, dream?" "Oh) MoQulre's looking after that for Jasper took n plain gold ring from hit me. I explained to him that it was rathpocket er Important to clear up matters hero, "I don't think so,'rho said. "I wired and so J came." down to Mr. Watson yesterday to oxpect Lily had not ezpectod her coquetry to us this afternoon. Now, Mrs. Watson, beoomo known. "Itissodull'aKo aald she's all ready." In extenuation. An hour later the .funereal black Jasper commenced another mince pio. crawled lazily back. Half way they met "Don't be afraid of 1U being dull the cashier', his chestnut nearly founwhile I'm here," ho. Bald, with sublime dered and scarce nblo to stntid. elf confidence. "You promised me one "Thank God!" he criett as they came sleigh rido a year for seven years if I in sight. "I thought yon wero mad." wanted it, and I guess I'll take this " said Jasper, touching up the year's today." old black. 1'N-n! was just giving my Lily pouted. Jasper smiled and ruui-pl- wire a sleigh drive down to 't , his yellow hair. . wife?" ''You'd better .own up," be said, with "Yes," said. Jasper, again stimulating unabated cheerfulness. "How soon can Baalbec. "Sorry we couldf't wait for .youbqreadyf"- you." ' LUywaa cowed. "Oh, in half an hour,'' And tho cashier fell behind a, long .and ran away .to got her things on. way behind again. Chicago News. When Lily came down arrayed in her most becoming furs, Jasper smiled apHurled tn a Ulue Cntlln. provingly. "You only want somo flowSome 12 years ago a Wigau lady of aders to be perfect," he said. vanced age expressed a' wish that when Lily gavo a little cry. "All, flowers) she died her remains should, bo burled in But they are impossible." a blue coffln. She ordered tho article at "Not at all," said Jasper, taking a box that time, and in splto of the efforts-ofrom his pocket "Nothing impossible her friends to induce her to give up this if you want it badly enough." strange ldo" sho persisted in it, and Lily opened the box and gave another when she led a short timo ago the cry. "Orange blossoms I" she said. order was o ually carried out by a local "Yes," answered Jasper. "From Flor- undertaker. London ida, People there stick the ends in a potato to keep them fresh. Capital dodge, Dick's l'en. isn't itr "How. does Dick Swiveller manage to Ho took out tho orange blossoms, throw liTe?" away the potato and pinned them to her "He supports himself with his pen." jacket "I didn't know that ho was a literary "Now we're ready to start. Stop a IftUL" toomentr and he drew her back behind 'Ho isn't He writes liegging letters the curtain as the cashier drove past on to his father." Texas Sif tings. bis 'Way to tbo schoolhouse. Lily began to laugh. "It's very wicked of you, Jasper." . "That will teach him to go sleighing Happy aad eoattot is a beta with Th BW with my sweetheart," said Jasper calm- Shamir t a lamp with th IfeM of lb moraine. CtUte3Mf,wrlt Rocb r Laap Ca.NswYefaV ly. ,LUy projestedi "Yc5,T.ejorlgh$t d; "Forty yards," said Lil In an agony. Jasper ejwko qnito lightly. "Lil," ht said, "did you mean you'd rather go tc tho bottom of the river with mo than let that fellow catch up?" "Yes," said Lil, without hesitation "What do you mean, Jasper?' "This," said Jasper. "I forgot the spring thaw. Three hundred yard, ahead of us tho river's split right across. Shall I pull up?" LUy stood up in tho sleigh and looked round. She gavo a Jittlo shudder and laid her hand on Jasper's arm. "Go on, Jasper," she said. 'Til risk M M BaVaaH aaaal BaaTaa! KAHN bb! aBBBBBBBBa! P DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Is prepared to do all kinds of Dental work at reasonable prices. The house that defies compstition and laughs at opposition, ifif H I ll III III HHBB H bbbbbbI bbbbW aBBBBaaaV bbbbbbI BH IbbbbbM il Pi 11 bbbbbbbbbbI bbBbbI l LbbbbbbbI HaHl ' alaV IIF MIHH 'bbbbbV bbbbbbI bbBbbbbbbbbI BaBBBBBaal AM I I'M I oaxjXj oisr jiark I iieite, Tie Leading Fhoiographer. ?icicHi !b Etiij Sljle ini Sin. IftrOld Pictures Copied and Enlarged A SPECIALTY. 108J Main Street 37m6 0WENSB0RO, KY t,ODUIVII.I,E,HT. LoniiTillt. St, LOUM A TEX. K. B -- m 'V'i .Xti HbbbbbH BbbM 03F GENERAL MERCHANDISE At Beaver Dam, Kentucky. The entire tock of General Merchandise of the late firm of ri .Sat Lniiinu lilii, yd D. J. COLEMAXT & CO., Is now offered at and below COST. This stock consists of a well selected line in every department of a i "N-no,- ' "Y-yo- JL large line.of Mens and Bbys Clothing. A large line Womens' CloalU' acj Wraps of the latest Styles and Quality. of In f Tit-Bit- s. this line will be found many bargains for this Fall and Winter. A complet6 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 is sold. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV.l, 1(91. Ko.U, No.Sl, WH3T BOUND. Dally. Dallj. f:2A p. m. -- .. 7:t5 a, m. Lt. Loul.Tllle .... .. We.t I'olnt..... 8:11a.m. 7:20 p.m. .. Sil7 a. m. 8:07 p. m. Brandenburg..- .IrTlngton ......... ........ 0:4 a, m. p. m. 10:23 a. m. tJl p. m. Etepheotpert Clorerport ................ 10:44 .t.m. 1:48 p.m. 11:11 a. m. 10:10 p. m. llawt.rllle.......... 11:33 a. in. 10:34 p.m. Lewlaport 12: lt p.m. 11:11 p. m. Owen.boro. 1:04 p. m. ll.M p. m. Bpotl.Tille Ar. Henderson.... I:i5 p. ti, 12.20 a. m. No. 52, No. 64, EAST BOUND. Daily Daily. . 7:18 a.m. 3:19.m. Lt. ile'nderaon , .... 7:37 a. ro. 3'37 p. m. 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' Xu 3rd and 4th. 1 t-- . .. ,. .,1 V 1 ' e St , . . ' vs.' Vj i .j .M:-r-iyiBMiaiiaWa,irti.irT'-r"i &&&&h'K H&Lkd3&J!&. ' 'A- -Jf - .. - 1."y ,;:Ak. rntmtittm,mr mm tr'tft, fmMr.jmA-... -- SMM-,- ,. - it--iiirrtii'iM J.:.., .,' :.,.t'v.-.- -. mri t,.:?..r. uttir nimrr ;,;, .tl, pA:,J.ijj Vyj.i'7E Uaata-- ..v" ESS2S A- - Win tw tiiy piyw lll)llht"fl.f ""-1- "''' HT..., r mtJias!efi"XfZ$? KrelfiryiWWSWtatafciaT. .ujeattJMiiii, "in i i mr i'ift'iifwwwwihi;'aa Hartford Republican rUlIUSIIEI) KVEIIY 1'ItlIIAY MOHNINO. WASHINGTON. Si This week has lcen far from satisOur friends not only in Hartlordbut First factory to the Administration. elsewhere arc requested to make concame the dissatisfaction among Demtributions to this column. Give your Editor and Proprietor JO. n. KOIir.llS, ocratic Congressmen at the arbitrary name each lime as u proof of good order of Mr. Cleveland compelling faith. We should like to have "Do Friday, OcroniiR 13, 1S93. them to submit their business with You Knows" from all the neighborthe President to private Secretary ing towns. Send in by Wednesday. 1 1 uber, who decides whether they That Jim Williams is as cute as REPUBLICAN TICKET. may or may not see the President ever? This dissatisfaction became so markThat E. Tracy is growing enorTOR STATU SUNATOR, ed that an official explanation was 1.(111, mously fat? '. N. TA1 given out from the White House, to Of Ohio County. That "Bat" Nail is still in the the effect that the original order was rm Ri;i'nnsr.sTATivn, launder)' business? issued because Mr. Cleveland had de. M. AW THY. That Bob Walker hai left town and cided to accept the recomcndatioiis of FOR SUIT. OP SCHOOLS, the streets are dull? members of his cabinet as to nil ap. N. FITZIIIUII. That the Hartford Lecture Club is pointments coining under their severHow few persons there are in the a grand institution? al departments and that it was thereOur school interests will be zealfore necessary for Congressmen to sec world who arc really polite in all That Moore & Griflin conduct a ously guarded and cared (or hy O. d. The things. But there is no excuse for general laundcry business? him concerning npjwintinents. Filzhugh. next move of the Administration was such "bad breaks" as was noticed on That John Vaught looked awful the Postofiice comer last Sunday eve. C. 8. Taylok is well pastel on the an attempt to stop the growing tendbad on Sunday after the Fair? A large crowd was awaiting the disneeds of this people and as our State ency towards a settlement by comThat two teachers came in last Satpromise of the silver dead-locin the tribution of the mail, and among the .Senator will represent us honestly. urday, thinking it was pay day? Senate, made through Secretary Car- rest several young ladies and gentleThat B Smoot pays 50 cents n Lip E. Pike, one of the heat pro lisle who announced to the Democrat- men. One of the latter had occasion to pass one of the young ladies a pa- week to sec his name in this column? fessional hose ball players iu the ic Senators that nocompromisc would per, and instead of carrying it to her. That "Dr. Rattlehead" has cooled country, died in New York last Tues be countenanced by the Administra tion, and that unless the Voorhees he threw it care'essly toward her. It off, and now says he docs not want to day. repeal bill was passed it would be fell several feet away and he did not fight The neclect was C. S. Tayloii, V M. Aw try and kept before the Senate to the exclu- offer to pick it up That Will Fair is getting gray G. S. Filzhugh are a strong team and sion of the bill for the repeal of the no doubt unintentional but it was from trouble his girl lias gone back will not be balked by the team that Federal election laws, the tariff and quite noticeable and is merely an ex- on him? all other political legislation, the ample of oft recurring failure on the That the young duck who writes to now confronts them. idea teiug that the Southern Senators part of folks in general to be truly the Louisville Star is sly, hut I have Is the Chattauooga City election opposed to the Voorhees bill would Le polite. found htm out? last Tuesday the Democratic Mayor thus coerced into supporting that KINDERHOOK. Last Thursday while the Court of was elected by the small majority of measure. It seems to have had a That S. E. Bennett still goes to the Claims was in session, Mr. S L. Al108 votes, and five out of eight contrary aflcct, as for the first time sent the following note to the Bend? Democratic Senators have since openderman that were elected were RepubTint C. II. Ellis spent Sunday parties addressed: ly advocated compromise on the lloor licans. above town? CAsr.nntR & Dukton: of the Senate and sharply criticised Please hae my horse shol on his Why Steve Woodward dju't come Don't let the school interests of the Administration Senators for reS. L Fulkrrson. four feet only. vote for G. S. fusing to agree to it. to Kindcrhook? Ohio county die, but At once I want to ride this eve. Fitzhugh for County Superintendent While nearly all of the Republican That you ought to subscribe for To which he received the following Till? REPUCMCAN? and he will devote bis time and ener Senators believe that a compromise reply: gy in giving us a better class of is the only way out of thesilverdead- - Mr. Fumcerson: That A. B. Riley attended church lock, they are taking no part in bringIt is impossible to do as you ask. at Mt Hebron Sunday? schools. ing it about, feeling that the propo- Your horse cannot be shod on his four That The Rrpnuucan grows more No man iu Ohio county stands sition for compromise should come feet as he is bound to hold one up interesting with each issue? while being shod. higher or has the confidence of the from the Democrats as long as that CAsnniRR & Burton. CANEYVILLE. people to a greater degree than has party is in the majority in the Senate roKDHVii.i.t:. That we have a good paper here? and responsible lor legislation. The W. M. Awtry, our candate for RepHealth of the community gool. resentative. Vote for him and you Republicans also know that any prop That we will have a wedding soon? Rev. J. Bolirg preached a sermon osition they might make for a com will be represented. That an ice wagon melted here last to the children Monday night at the promise would be misconstrued. In week? A movement is on foot to vacate fact the treatment of the Republican M. E. Church. That Less Black is the ugliest man Rev. B. F. Jenkins filled his reguthe City Schools of Evausville, Ind , Senators who favor the repeal of the lar appointment here Saturday and in town? from the 19th to the 29th to give purchasing clause of the silver law Sunday. That Arch Romans likes the milliteachers and pupils an opportunity to has hardly been fair, while counting Mrs. Mary McCarty returned from ner business? visit the World's Fair at a rate of upon their votes to aid in passing Owensboro Friday. Th it Sanfonl Newman is a jolly the bill when it comes to a vote, if it 3.50 for round trip. Miss Belle Whittinghill passed drummer? ever does, and upon their assistance Mr. WiiiTPAKEit may expect the in any method that might be adopted through town en route to her home at That Harncd Bros. & Co. have a Rosine, where she will remain till big store? three hundred majority from this to force it to a vote, Senator Voorhees Sunday. county promised him by its Delegates has at no time taken them into his That acw business firms are startMrs F.liza Walker is visiting relanatat Beaver Dam last Tuesday, but the plans, or asked their advice. A ing up in Caneyville? tives at the Walker House. returns have yet to come in and its ural consequence of this is that a That Thk Republican is very popMiss Josie Patterson, of Prentis.and exceedingly doubtful about bira get-tu- ig number of Republican Senators who Adolphus Johnson, Sulphur Springs, ular among our people? are lrom principle in favor of repeal them. are the guessts of Miss Oma and ByThat we have more pretty girls will do nothing to help Senator Voorron Petty. than any other town in the State? hees force a vote. As the case stands Seven hundred thousand people Ed Forbes and wife spent Sunday That Greely Romans is awful sly probably the largesl crowd ever as- now the silver men are defiant and at the home of their uncle, Col. Edabout where he goes Sunday evenings? Senator Voorhees has publicly consembledvisited the World's Fair win Forbes. That you ought t subscribe for fessed his inability to get a vote. on the 9th, Chicago Day, breaking Prof. F. P. Stum, of Whitesville, is The second week of the debate in The Rei'Uiimcan, as it is the best pathe one day record at Paris by an visiting relatives and friends here. per coming to this office? the House on the bill lor the repeal of overwhelming majority,and complete Miss Alice Drown has accepted the the Federal election laws lias been, if B3AVER DAM. ly smothering the big Fair figures of position as teacher of the Primary possible, even more uninteresting That business is good? room Miss Alice is one of our most any other exhibition ever held. than the first, the Republicans allowintelligent young ladies and the posiThat Tom Stevens is full of gas? An old Pottawattamie Chief, Si ing the Democrats to do the most tion could not be filled by a more Why Fred Taylor isalwayschewing talking, contenting themselves with mon Pokagon, whose father, Leopold, competent person. wax? interjecting a question now and then The teichersof the ForJsville j;hojl deeded the land upon which Chicago Why Banker Barnes' head looks so just to show the falsity of the Demogave a spelling match Friday night, slick? is built, played an important part in cratic arguments. which proved quite a success and the parade at the World's Fair on The big sugar trust now has a lobby That Beaver Dam lias a lot of pretChicago Day. He lives in Hartford, in Washington, for the purpose of reflected much credit on the teachers ty girls? The Fordsville Teachers' AssociaMich., and was born sixty-thr- ee years seeing that the Democratic members That Byron Barnes looks like a ago the 27th day of last September, of the House Ways and Means Com- tion, which met at Haynesville, was monkey? not very successful owing to the on the very day that his father made mittee do not weaken under the great Co. will have a That Taylor-Hun- t the deed to the agents of the United pressure that is now being brought to teachers not being informed in due nice store? time. bear upon them and leave sugar unStates, Master Watmau Brooks, who has That a Hartford boy got left here taxed. The sugar trust can well afbeen quite ill of malaria fever, is imnot long since? Inmanai'OUb, Har. ford to spend a million or two dollars proving. Why Hob Taylor goes over to risou's home, gave Cleveland G40 ma if necessary, to get a tax put upon Mr. Dabney Gaines, one of our Hartford so often? Since that foreign sugar, as experts figure that jonty last November. oldest and honored citizens is ill at That Tom Taylor goes after his time the people have learned a thing such a tax would enable the sugar this writing. mail 33 times each day? or two, and on last Tuesday in an trust to pocket anywhere from $50, Mr. White Sanders, who lived near election of Mayor, Clerk, Police 000,000 to $100,000,000 the day the Fordsville, dieJ on Saturday, Septe That several people want to know who writes from this place? Judge and six Councilmen the Re- tax went into elTect. The whisky 1893. Mr. Sanders had been publicans "swept up the face of the trust has also a lobbyist at work try- ill some time. He was eighty-fou- r That the boquet Charlie Parrott ought to have had never came? earth," electing every one of their ing to get the revenue tax on whisky years old. increased. This trust has an enorcandidates by majorities ranging from l&pgttvt: the dear old Republican. That everybody is well pleased with mous quantity of whisky in bond and 2,500 to 3,000. How is this for a Viroie. The Repuiiucan at this place? any increase in the tax would be just gain? That Perry Westerfield is the best making it a present of so much monOnly n IJoy! The above charming booklet sent salesman that ever struck Beaver ey. JamehE. Whittakei!, of Logans-- , 10 i2t Dam? Representative Davis, of Kausas, by mail for One Dollar. port, Butler county, was nominated showed G. Wright, Jtichardsville, Ky. the House Committee on fr That Ed Barnes can do more talkby the Democrats at Beaver Dam Danking and Cunency how little he If you can afford to be annoyed by ing in 5 minutes than any other perlast Tuesday as a candidate fox State knew about sound financial methods son can doin 50 minutes? Senator for this the 7th District. Mr. by an argument in favor of his bill sick headache and constipation, don't use De Wilt's Little Early Risers for HORTON. Whittaker is as good a citizen as the to issue $200,000,000 in fractional hey will cure them. I.. B. Bean. That Willie Davis is our clown? District has in it and a man of some currency. His statement that the far That we expect a wedding soon? aspirations, having once been a mers were unable to pay their debts of the House because of the scarcity of money was lor Door-keep- er That we are for Taylor and Awtry? of Representatives It seems that to repudiated by every member of the That Goober Taylor likes Sarvices? be sacrificed was no choice of Mr. Committee, Republican and Democrat That Lonnie S.uiderfur has lost his Whittakcr's, but merely a determina- alike, so iar as their districts are congirl? tion on the part of the Convention cerned, and he was several times corThat Charley Childs feeds his girl that none of the rest of them would nered by questions from memon taffy? bers of the Committee. Mr. Davis be, and probably more as a joke than of tfiose who believe that all Why Henry Taylor is much like a a reality Mr. Whittaker accepted it, is one the government has to do is to keep monkey? for knowing as he does that there is on issuing money, without regard to not u man in the District that even Tint Major Black loves the name its future redemption, in order to with a fighting chanco could bentjC. of Maude? make everybody prosperous and hap- .maSlado Taylor, and as it is with-Why Loney Thompson can't afford py. ' jority of a round one thousand staring "The House Committee on Invalid a moustache? is hi in in the face, it's bound to bo a Pensions wants to know about those That Mary Wedding is the sweetest joke. pension suspensions as well as about girl i.i Horton? some other methods of the present Tint Willie Boswell is Unking An editor of a blooming county pa- management of the pension bureau, cross-eye- d ntT). M. per in the rural districts describes a and at its first meeting, held this full dress reception thusly The wid- week, it authorized the reporting of That Clyde Taylor says he is going ow of George Smith wore a dark coif- a resolution to the House calling for w the World's Fair? so fure, held in place by the pulley-bon- e detailed information from the ComThat George Lilcs' shoes were too of a sage hen, and looked first rate missioner of Tensions, and later got setslick at the candy pulling? Her daughter wore a negligee cos- it adopted by the House. tume consisting of a red blanket, Why The Rkpuiimcan gets more caught back with real burdock burrs TOWN TATTLER. interesting each issue? and held in place by means of a hame That Randolph Wedding looks string. Miss Henry wore blue cali-kOne of our oldest and most highly handsome in his base ball suit? with bunch of grass at the throat. respected citizens tells this story of That Henry Mjrtin would be hand-som- e Miss Slytock wore straw colored bod- the good antebellum days. The acrick-rac- k if he had Ben Plntnuier's face? ice with around the arm tors were boys about twelve or fourMen laugh when told that Tobnciw holes. After a pleasant evening a teen years of age. One of them is Why Bird BUnard wants to see I. general row was indulged in, and the now a citizen of this county, the oth- injures them, who, if they were hottE.. McClure every Sunday evening? doctors and undertakers did the rest. er is a preacher in another Slate. est, would confess to nervous headThat Ben Plummcr's girl was not The boys were at preaching at Alex- ache, fluttering of the heart, throat out to the candy pulling last Saturday ander Schoolhouse one winter day disease, disarranged stomach and ai .WnnlPtll night? of good pop- when the ground was covered with general breaking down of their sys One or two That there is an old maid in Horton snow. The boys, Instead of Hbtcning tem. Hill's Chloride of Gold Tablet lar lumber. Address, P. A. Asms & Co., to the sermon, spent the time in the are the only remedy that effects a. that would be real good looking if she Owensboro, Ky. had a new set of teeth? yaid Finally the boy, tulv ntirl iwritmncnt cure. 5 tf ' k Ful-kcrscan-didate who is now the prea:h;r, got; in n heavy hit on his companion n'ml then retreated Into the house for safety. Hut his friend was not'to be put off, so preparing a cty solid suow-bal- l he deliberately walked into the husc where he found his companion apparently taking great interest in the sermon. The boy with the snow, kill took in the situation at a glance, but nothing daunted. He explained his unceraioneous entrance to the surprise of the preacher and his hearers by exclaiming: "Preacher or no preacher, Devil or np Devil, I'm goin' to hit him," ami true to his ward he let fly the snow. ball with unerring aim and slid out the door. DO YOTJ KNOW THE 8ECTARY. henry hshd the bruited reed to break, A foot to quench tho smoking flat well .hod, i bitter real, alert and keen to make The breach more wide betwixt mankind and Hod. I gcr face. " 'As tho elmllouRod party, I lnifo Hern that bide all Hand apart Who dare to worship at a different olirtne. , imlen rooou, a cold and !u;gLU heart, Unwarmed by any pulse of lore divine. v A tongue In chldlns s If t, tn praising tlow, A practiced eye hla fellow." faults to Kan t'heto 11 ro the attributes by which men know Tlio tartar), unluiud by God or man. London Spectator. THE QUIET MAN. Pay Your Taxes! TTnInr tlm now revenue law I must! a my accounts the Auditor next month, and at the first of next month a penalty of six per cent added to all unpaid taxes. The money due as unpaid taxes must be settle with quickly out The next night, nnd tLe next, and tho next after that, tho quiet man didn't at the club and wo all begun to tvoralcr what could havo become, of him. Utit when I came in on the fourth evenop-jie- ar When I was qulto a young fellow and hadn't long joined tho army, I used to htjong to n fashionable club in Loudon, tho members of which wcro just tho sort of men you read about In Lever's novels as wild as wild could bo, always in some sempu or other, nnd spending their wholo "They fought for some,' time without time In riding, shooting, gambling or a Bcrnteh on cither sldo.tind then suddenly tho Englishman stumbled forfighting all except one. That ono was a small, quiet, pale ward, exposing his left side." Quick as faced, gray haired man, with a very sad, lightning the FrenchmWs point darted weary look, as If ho had onco een in, nnd instantly tho other's shirt was all crimson with blood, but tho moment he crushed by somo great sorrow and had felt tho steel pierce himhemade a thrust never been nblo to shako it off. Ho hardwith all his tt length and buried his spoko to nny ono, and when ha sword up to tho hilt tn De Vtlleuenvo's ly ever did it was in n voice as meek ns his face. body. Then I understood that ho had So of courso wo mado great fun of him deliberately laid himself open to his opamong ourselves, finding these quiet ponent's weapon in order to make sure ways of his a very qnecr contrast to otu of killing him. 80 he had, for Do Vil own rackety, harunt scarum style, and leneuvo ncer spoko again." Just as the doctor said this, down fell we nicknamed him the "Quietest Man In the Club," thongh, indeed, wo might a chair with a great crash, and looking just as well havo called him tho only up we raw tho qniet man trying to slip post ns to tho door. Dr. Lansett sprang quiet man iu it. Well, ono evening when tho room was up and caught him by both hands. "You here?" he cried. "Let mo cou pretty full, anil our friend tho qniet man was sitting 11s usual in the far cor- gnttulnte you upon having punished, as ho deserved, tho most cold hearted ner away from everybody else, we In existence. I trust your wound totalk nboutdueling, a subject with which wa wcro all tolerably familiar, for does not pain you much?" "What?" wo all shouted, "was it he there was hardly n man among us who who killed Do Villeneuver hadn't been "out" once, "Indeed It was." answered tho doctor, "They did some tidy dueling in tho old times," said Lord H., who was killed "and it was the pluckiest tiling 1 ever afterward in action. "You remember saw." Wo all jumped up from our chairs and how thoso six chums of Henry III of Franco fought three to three till there came crowding round tho hero, setting up it cheer that mado tho air ting, but was only ono left alive out of tho six." "That was pretty fair certainly," cried ho looked at ns so sadly nnd darkly that Charlie Thoratou of tho Guards, "but It mado tho shont die upon our lips. "Ah, lads! lads!" said he in a tono of after all it doesn't beat tho great duel SO years ago between Sir Harry Mnrtingala deep dejection, "for heaven's sake don't prnUo a limn for having shed blood uud and Colonel Fortcscue." dcstro)cd life. I killed that ruffian as I IIo had hardly spoken when up jumped wonld have killed it wild bout to save tho quiet mau as if somebody hod stuck thoso whom ho would h.to slaughtered. a pin into him. "What on earth's tho matter with Bnl God help tho mau who shall tako a him?" whispered Thornton. "I novcr human life merely to gratify his own prido and auger! If you wish to know saw him liko Unit before." what h.ippineM a smx'ciwful duelist "But what was tho story, then, Charlook ut me. Do you remember that lie?" asked another mau, "I've heard of Fortcscup, of course, for ho was the story which Cuptaiu Thornton told here most famous duelist of his time in all tho other night about tho duel tu which England, and I'o heard of his fight Colonel rurtcuo tho 'famous dnelist,' with Martingale, too, but I don't think ns)ou call him killed Sir Henry Martin-gale?- " I'vo ever had nny particulars, or at "To bo sure," answered Charlie Thorn-toleast nono worth speaking of." looking rather scared. "Dut what "I can gio them to you, then," answered Thornton; "for my undo was of it?" "I was Martingale's second. I'o heard him tho answer.onco Colonel Fortescue," was Cxchano. tell tho story many it time, and he always said that although ho had been in Ki.m:tmooK. plenty of duels bo had never seen one If the pretty weather continues the liko that nnd never wanted to seo it again. What they quarreled about I farmers will all get through cutting don't know, and I dnro say they didn't tl tobacco and be busy sowing wncat. know themselves, but my undo used to S. L. Baird nnd wife spent Satursay ho knew by tho look in their eyes when they took their places to fire that day and Sunday near Centertown, it could not end without blood, and it tlie guests 01 tiietr uauguicr, .Mrs. didn't, Abbic Tichenor. "They fired twice, and every shot told, Fleetwood Ward, of No Creek, and and then their seconds, seeing that both men were hard hit and bleeding fust, Miss Mattie Chinn, of Beda, attende wanted to put nn end to it But ed the Owensboro Fair last week who was ono of thoso grim felMiss Ida Smith, teacher of Alexanlows who are always most dangerous toder school, spent Saturday and Sunward the end of tho fight insisted upon a third shot Tho third time, by some day at her home in the Washington accident. Martingale fired a moment too neighborhood. soon and gavo a him bad wound in the James I, Baird went to Owensboro side.but Fortescno pressed his hand to the wound to stop tho bleeding, and then, the latter part of lust week, Miss Myrtle Tinsley. of the Washalmost bent double with pain though ho was, ho fired and brought down his man." ington neighborhood spent the great"Killed hilar" er part of last week visiting in this "Rather. Shot him slap through tho neighborhood, the guest of her brothi t was his lost duel, for from heart But that day ho was never heard of again, er, p. P. Tinsley. and people said ho had either committed Mrs. Minerva Ward tetumed from smcido or died of a broken heart" Curdsville last Thursday, where she "Well, I don't see why he need havo done that, for, after all, it was n fair had been for several weeks. Mrs. Sallic Bowdeu, Caneyville, atfight," struck In Lord II., who had leen looking over the newspapers 011 tho ta- tended the Hartford Fair last week. ble. "But, if you talk of dueling, what Mrs. Lyda Baird, Spring Lick, was do on say to this? visiting her many friends here sever"Another duelling tragedy in Paris. The notorious Parisian bully and duel- al days last week. list, Armaud de Villcncuvc, has just B. S. Pllis has returned to his home added another wreath to his blood stained here after spending two years in laurels, tho newtictim being tho Chevalier Henri de Poligmic, a fine young Colorado. Mrs. Allen Anderson nnd daughter, fellow of i'J, tho only eon of a widowed mother. Some strong expressions of dis- Cova, spent last week above town, gust used by the chevalier with refer- the guests of her mother. A. M. S, ence to ono of Do Villcneuto's former duels having come to the hitter's ears, he A Mall Aaenl'v Experience. souglit out Do Pollgnac ami insulted Louis D. Brenncckc, Walhalla, S. him so grossly ns to render n meeting C, had Rheumatism for fifteen years, Inevitable. "The chevalier having fired first and and during that tiuie had never been missed, De Villeneuve called out to him, free from pain. He tried the Hot 'Look to tho second buttonholo of your Springs and physicians without benecoat!' and sent n bullet through tho spot Drum-mond- 's indicated into tho breast of his opponent, fit Alter taking two bottles of Lightning Remedy he wrote who expired half nn hour later in great agony. His mother is said to bo broken that he was free from pain, and able hearted at his death. How much longer, to take several long walks. Your wo wonder, will this savage bo allowed to offer these human sacrifices to his druggist should keep this remedy. If he has not got it, write to the Drum-mon- d own inordinate vanity?" 0 Just then I happened to look np and Maiden Medicine Co., saw the quiet man riso slowly from his Lane, New York, and they will supchair, with a faco eo changed that it startled me almost as much as if I liad ply you. Agents wanted. seen him disappear bodily and nnother man riso up in his Ltcad. I had onco seen an oil painting abroad in which an avenging angel was hurling lightnings upon Sodom and Gomorrah, and that was just how this man looked at thai moment He glanced nt his watch and then cnino across tho room and went e. be-jjr-fti cot-throFort-escu48-5- 1 havo tho choice of weaiions,' wo beard lilui say qulto coolly, "and I chooso swords.' " Aro you madr" cried Do Mnlct, sein 's ing his arm. 'Don't yon know Do tho doadUcst nwonlsmnn In Europe, Chooso pistols givo yourself a chanco! " 'Pistols may miss swords can't.'nn Bwcrvd tho stranger in n tone of such savago determination that every one who heard him, even Do Vlllenuovo himself, furious though ho was, gnvo a kind of shudder. 'I had vowed never to fight again, save with n man who deserved to die. But yon havo deserved It well by your cold blooded murders, and dto you shall r "Whero both sides were so eager to fight there was no need of much preparation. They met that ovcnlng, Colonel do Mulot being tho stranger's second and another French ofilcer acting for De Vlllo-nouve- "S Mr. Uarvcv laceUle, O. "fed Catarrh, Hoart Failure, Pa ralysis or trie Tnroac "I Thank Cod and llood'a Sari-parti- ta " Oentlemeni For tlie benefit of suffering I wish to itats a few fact.11 For tsversl yean Thare suffered from caUrrh ami heart follura, letting 10 bad I could not work and for Perfect Health." Could Scarcely Walk I had a very bad spell of paralysis of the throat some tlm ago. My throat iiecmf d eloied and Tito doctors ;atd II ! awnlUw. 1 tuM wa cauttd lixheartfallure. ami pave medlelue, Ulilch I took according to dlrectlom. but It did not seem to do mo any gooU. My wile urged ina to try llood'a Harstparllla, telling me of Mr. Joseph C. Smith, who had been At Death's Door but wm enUrely cured by Hood's Barprltla. Aftor UlVluii wlUi Mr. Bmllh. I thank Uod, and 1 try Hood's Parsaparllla. When I had taken two bottlri I felt Tcry much better. I hare, continued liMnglt. nil m now feeling eicel-leu- u concluded to Hood's Sarsaparilla to trlt fcenlik." Hauvkt Harp, Ucettllle, and my wife for my restoration HOOD'S 1'ILLS 4 not purse, O. btMtsraBU7,ullyaadmclatlr. la r grip, tM. a Mollrr. Tlie new Church, four inilis South east ot Fordsville, on the Hanetts Ferry road, will lc dedicated on the fifth Sunday in October instead of the tlurJ. Dinner on tlie ground. come nil. Rev. II. F. Come one, will preach the dcdicitory Jenkins W. R. Oi.diiam, I'astor. rnion. Hernld please copy. If you have suddeiidarting pains in the joints or muscles, and it recurs very time you get cold, and appears in new places without leaving nny of the otd ones, the best thing to do is What All Ian? tn send to the Dntmmond Maiden Co , for a bottle of Dr 48-5- 0 Midicine New York, , I Druminond's Lightning Remedy for Rheumatism. It will cure you. Be wise in time and do not be fooled by something else. If you have got the above symptoms you have got the Rheumatism, and if tlie druggist tells the truth he will say Dr. Druminond's Lightning Remedy isthe only cure known. Agents want ed. One word describes it "ircrfection." We refer to Dc Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, which cures obstinate bores, burns, skin diseases and is a well known cure for piles. L. B. IlKAN. V FITS. All fits stopped fiec by Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. No Marvelous fits after first day's use. cures. Treatise and $2.00 trial bottle free to Fit coses. Send to Dr. Kline, 931 Arch St., Phila., Pa. For sale by all druggists; call on yours. 36 ly Hntra la Ihe Worlil'a I'nlr. Call on agents of the Louisville, St. Louis nnd Texas Railway before pur- chasing your ticket to Chicago. Direct connection made with all lines via Louisville. Good service and best of attention shown to passengers; For further information address H. C. Mokmuk, Asst. G. P. A.. Louisville, Ky. Bnltilliix Mnlrrinl. Any one needing building material 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. Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK tVt Statement of the Condition of Tin; the Close of Business June 30,1893. KESOURCES. $76,205.14 3,000.00 . . 1, 500.00 864.98 . .17,447.55 $99,017.67 Building Material. Any one needing building material of any kind, such as lumber, .ceiling,floor-ing- , Notes and Bills Real Estate Furniture and Fixtures . Expenses paid Cosh on hand niulinB'ks LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Surplus Reserve Fund Interest nnd Exchape Deposits -- . . . $25,000 00 . 5,250.00 1,293.14, . 3,047.59 64,426.94 - paid at once, please come forward and tle without further cost. er Very Resp'y, J. P.STEVENS,SherifL ing, there he wns, though he looked as It seemed to mo rather paler and feobler than usual, "Hero's news for you, Fred," called outCharlio Thornton. "That rascally French duelist, Do Villcnouvo, has met his match at last, and Dr. Lansett of the th Bengal Nativo infantry, who saw the wholo affair, is just going to toll us all about It" IIOKTON. "Well, this was how it happened," tho doctor. "In passing through Oct. 0. Mrs. Hiley Simmons, of Paris I stopiwd to" visit my old friend, this place, who has been quite sick Colonel de Malet, and ho and I were strolling through tho Tuileries gardens for the past week, we are sorry to say when suddenly n murmur ran through is no better. Charley Cooper went to Big CHfty, tho crowd, 'Hero comes Do Villeneuve.' Then tho throng parted, and I had just Grayson county, last Wednesday and time to catch n glimpso of tho bully's returned Thursday, and is on the sick tall figure and long black mustacho when a man stepped forth from the list now. . crowd and said something to him, and Lou Black, of this place, moved to then Buddeuly dealt him a blow. McHenry Monday. We regret "very "Then there wus a rush and clamor much to give him up. of voices, nnd over)' body camo crowding windows, sash, doors, lime, cement, or. builders hardware, would do well to call on or write to $99.0''. .67 JOHN H. BARNES, Cashiku. . Sworn and subscribed to before rue' 'June 36, 1893. Rowan Hoi.brooks,"C, O. C, C, By'SmftiiY TAYtOR, D; C. Our business continues io grow, as ' Cary bo-p- round so that I couldn't sco anything. Htif nrnronrlv fin Mutat, ramn nn tn mo car-loa- snow-ballin- " ' and said. 'Lansott, wo shall want you iu this affair, although I'm afraid that you won't luivo a chance of showing your surgery, for Do Vllleuouvo never wounds without killing.1 Just then the crowd opened, and I taw to my umaemont that this man who had iuoultod and do- -' fled tho most terrible fighter in all France was a slim little fellow, with a pale, men years ago u deposit of $25,000; one y year ago $45',ooo; $64,000. This is due to the fact that the young men to lealize that it is not the money made but the money saved that sets them up in business. The man who'saves each day and puts atrinterest fifty cents, will in fifty yejlrs be worth $58,000 RiciiI Ve are here to assist the business ' interests of the county, and we solicit and appreciate, the account of 'every pushing,, enterprising: individual or We are having a good school at firm. JOHN H.B,ARNES,Cashier. this place. The pupils edit a pa' per called "The Horton Gazette," on-- , ( ly to be read every two weeks, with , select reading and spieches. The OKIAf ORER pupils will give an entertainment the atlunaxnn lKSAllUt.1 20th of this month, at night Miss t4Mu.i'4rirtHJfnMfM(M Alice Pluinmer, teacher. , r. q.,mi.m. vtm. Dl takudto msuMi. KLINIfoii Arch sTKliiilrt NlQIIT Owi,. to-dn- O wensboro, Ky. Marble, the above statement will show, both in magnitude and prosterity. Two ' '' . i , !A l".!..' ,V? VT W a - 'ww: i Fall Clothing. " . ; Buy the Anderson Shoes for school. Carson LOST. wcnr-Jor.cvc- r ft PERSON AL Co. DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. MG'iuKzair . '' tf S v The condition of the market makes it possible for us to say fa" ftv 1 A , FALL You can get just what you need at just about your own price. IN CLOTHING c. - 5 I' " 'ft- THERE NEVER WAS SUCH A TIME And we hope, in all sincer-- . ity, that there never will be such a, time again. But we can't mend matters by wish-inin- g we must BE DP AND D0UJG. BWTv.. mt fSA . V - The goods were ordered' when everybody thought times were good. Our Stock Must Gpl if you can use a suit and of course you can't get through the winter inasum-me- r So, if ToJLi. . blazer why 0O3VL3E3 IPO" AJSTTD "STo-Ci- r PlolS.. Thismeans business from the word jump! Hard times Clothiers. FAIR BROS. &C0 Fkioav, OcToitr.n Rmm i Smoot for pictures 13. 1893. W. H. WILLIAMS LEADS. Thos. II. Bean is at the Commercial Hotel. Call and see him. at Co. HP?' r I'lournti'l See at Williams'. our Cloaks. Cahson & Meat ou can depend on the Clover Leaf Shoe. Carson & Co. Big trade in Fair Bros. Millinery Department. Try our $1 Try Stevens & CollinsforGroceries. & Co's. "." Duy your boots at Fair Bros. &Co. . Stevens & Collins for Sweet Tickles. nuy a stylish cloak at Fair Bros. & Go's. Cheapest groceries at Stevens & i Ladies Button Shoes. Carson & Co. Smoot will make you a good Photograph and he guarantees his work. Every farmer that buys his ."Fall Goods at Fair Bros. & Co., saves money. . Call on C R. Martin for jewelry and watch repairing at Williams & Bell's. H. Williams has FREE DELIVERY, for they all know it. Rollins. Big line or Millinery at Fair ' Bros. & Co.'a 1 Best line of clothing at Fair Bros. & Co's. Take your produce to Stevens & Collins. . Best '$IA It is useless to say that ,W Jeans pants at Fair Bros. & Co's. Smoot is the best Photographer. Call on him, young saddle horse, cheap for cash. Apply to S. A. Anderson, Hartford, Ky. A fine For Sams $&?. V' '. 1 Fa ' " "f ' l , & ' ! -- ' r hV J . )J--' jeswii.. . ;JST. n f, v- w" I Remember that Thos. Bean Is at the Commercial, where he will be Best Jeans, Linsey Blankets at Fair be pleased to see his friends. at Bros. & Co's. Our local advertisers arc all live PICNIC HAMS at V. H Williams. business men and can be relied upon Try one. to do just what they say, Call on Tracy & Son for the best Don fail to try our ever reliable Sorghum Molasses. Milliner, Miss Sara Collins. Stevens & Collins sell and weigh at Carson & Co. the same price. For fine groceries, tinware, confecThe best stock of clothing in the tioneries and fruits, call on Stevens & country is at Carson & Co's, Collins. They will treat you right. variety of Cloaks. Wehave an endless E. T. Miller, Prentls, mode an asCarson & Co. signment Saturday for the benefit ol Bananas, Oranges, Lemons and his creditors. Liabilities not known. ' Pears at W. H. Williams. Rev. J R. McAfee will preach at We have every style and shape of Alexander Schoolhouse next Sunday at 3 o'clock p. m. The public generCarson & Co. Hats. ally is invited. Stop at the Commercial Hotel. Last Monday as Henry Osborne at Thos. II. Bean is the proprietor, was returning from Owensboro lie lost Trade continues good at Fair Bros. a pocket-boo- k containing $75 and two & Co. Our prices insure good times. valuable receipts. - Don't fall to see the MAMMOTH If you want to be on time, just tock of groceries at W. H. Williams'. ride on Casebier & Burton's 'Bus. Whojesalw and Retail. They meet all trains, and ' keep a Cascblcr & Burton will treat you first-clalivery stable. right. Leave orders with them for H. C. Pace has added two elegant anything in their.line. new revolving chairs to his barber- Teachers, when you come' to iown sh'op,and is now better prepared than next Saturday, visit C. R. Martin, the ever to accommodate youv . jeweler, at WWi"""' & Pell' Mr. J. W. Ford has sold the HartJohn Earls and Miss Mollte Hlggs, ford House to J. W. Weaver, of Jefferof Pleasant Ridge, were married at son county. Mr. Carson will continthe Court House yesterday by Judge ue to run it for some time yet John P. Morton. It will be awful nice to leave a picAll kinds of STAPLE and FANCY ture when you are dead, so you had Groceries, wholesale and retail at W. better call on Smoot and have one II. Williams'. Try him once and you made while you are in good health. will always go there. Mr. Richard Bennett, of Beda, has R. Pirtle leaves this morning ' 'forDr.'J. sold his farm and stock and will start Nashville, Tenn., wttere he vlll at once for Altoona, Florida, where enter the Dental Department of he will make his future borne. Mr. University. Bennett is. honest, upright and indusFor the lowest price .'and thVbcst. trious, and while we regret to lose him terms on .School Furniture and appa- as one of our friends and citizens, we ratus, required by the new school law, heartily recommend him and his iatm V. A. GiBS0N,,Agt. ily to thbse with whom they may see of write , ' ' ', ' cost their lot, ."lUrtford, Ky. ss Van-derbllt Miss Sue Yciscr is vibiting in OwensOne bay marc, about J 6 Finder boro. . years old, on thr. 37th tilt. Dr. A. II. H.tiid went to Lexington will please leave her at M. C. Mngnn nnd be liberally re- Tuesday. warded. Miss Snlliu Cite went to Oweiisbo-MondaBuy your School Furniture and apTom Beck, Spring Lick, was in paratus, required by the new school law, ol the United States School town Wednesday, Furniture Co. W. A. Gibson, Agt. A. L. Wcstcrfield, Prcntis, was in Hartford Ky. town Wednesday. Col. J. S. R. Wedding spent SaturMrs, W. M. Awtry, Horse Branch, being sick prevents Mr. W. M Awtry day nnd Sunday in Rosine. from now being actively engaged In a R. J. Mnson, Buford, called to see canvass of the county. He hopes to us while In town Wednesday. be able to. start out next week. Truman Woodward, Centcrtown, gave us a pleasant call Tuesday. At Homo. Having had an excellentseason"ou Henry Orsborne and Lee Stevens the road" with my splendid photo- returned from Owensboro Monday. graphing outfit I have now establishSulphur Springs, K. P. Moore, ed my gallery permanently nt my spent several days in town this week. new house In Beaver Dam, Ky., where Mrs. J M. Barnctt and little son, I am fully equipped for doing all Bonnie, are visiting relatives in LouisCabikinds of photographic work. ville. Instintanc-ou- s net photo's a specialty. Misses .Bet tic Morton nnd Mabel Call photographs of children. Kimbley returned from Owensboro and see my work. Very truly. Tuesday. A. D. Taylor. Mrs. G. J. Bean and daughter, Miss Kxerulor Nate. Anna, visited relatives near Sulphur On Saturday the a 1st day of Oct., Springs this week. 1893, at the residence of the late JoMr. James F. Carson, the geniel seph C. Barnctt, in Ohio County, Ky., proprietor ol the Hartford House, is vcwill offer for sale at public outvisiting the World's Fair. cry to the highest bidder a lotof farmMiss Hortcnse Rogers, of the Libing implements, horses, mules, cows, erty neighborhood, is visiting the hogs, corn, hay &c. Terms made known on day of sale. family of her brother, Jo. B. Rogers. Wood Tinsuiy, 1 Mr. Ike Johnson nnd wife, of Spring C. M. Barnistt, J lvxn Grove, arrived in town yesterday to visit Irieuds and relntUcs for .several Program ol lb Ohio Cnuul) HnplUl days. MlnUlrrx' lnnlllnle. Which will convene at Beaver Dam, F. L. Felix and wife, Miss Mary Ky., Friday Oct. 37, 1893. Nail, City, aud Miss Maggie Duncan, 1. What course should be pursued McHenry, are attending the World's with Baptists who remove into the vi- Fair. cinity of a Baptist church, but refuse Mrs. Rev. E. Warriner and daughto join it? J. S. Coleman and A. G. ter, Miss Edna, of Meridan, Conn,, Davis. are visiting her daughter, Mrs. D. E. a. Is it in keeping with Baptist Thomas. practice or scriptural, to receive or Thomas W. Casebier and wife, of to finally dismiss a member, whether Muhlenburg countyr spent Saturday by exclusion or otherwise, except by and Sunday in tovn, the guests of J. unanimous vote ot all voting in the M. Casebier and Jam ily. case? J. T. Catchier and W. II. Bell. Mrs. M. L. Heavrin. Mrs. John R. 3. Is it scriptural to expel a peniPhipps and Miss Rosa Woerner will tent and expectant transgressor from the church? T. J. Morton and J. leave for Louisville Sunday, where they will visit friends and rlatives Likens. 4. What should churches do with for two or thee weeks. members who have means but refuse I0t l'orltet.linok to contribute to the support ol the On last Monday between Hartford and church? J. N. Jarnagin and W. G. Owensboro a large black pocket-booFulkercon. Dollars ($75) containing Seventy-fiv- e Is nn un regenerate man a free 5 one fifty dollar bill, two tens and moral agent? G. W. Gordon and B. one five. The aider will please leave F. Jenkins. at this office and be liberally Teward- 6. The evils of annual calls to the Cd. IlRNRYOsnORNE, pastorate D. J. K. Mad Jot and A notice G. Davis. The Farmers Alliance and Indusscriptural doctrine of pre- trial Union of Ohio County, .will hold 7. The destination A. B. Smith and M. M. its next quarterly meeting with Clear Hampton. Oct. 19th and aoth. Run 8. The importance of Ministers' n in the county is earEvery attending the meetings of the Ohio nestly requested to send delegates to County Baptist Ministers' Institute this meeting. We are authorized by II. P. Brown and L. W. Tichenor, the Chairman of the Executive. 6. Repentance, what is it and to remit all pastdues of delinwhat are its results? E. D. Maddox quents and reinstate all ,. and J e Acton. on the payment of the Those Ministers that were not assessment. Let every suspended present at the last meeting will read Union in the county call a meeting the papers they prepared for that Immediately and send delegates to meeting. J. S. Coleman, Ch'm'n. this meeting. The Alliance is bound to boom and all, we need is your assisCoilcgn Ilapcnlnjr. imJ. H. Williams and W. H. Orsborne tance. There will be some very visited relatives in Daviess county portant business transacted at this meeting and you are needed to help Friday and Saturday. parents us. Fraternally, A. S. Bennett visited his James P. Miller, near Beda Saturday. . Pres. F. A. & I. U. J. L. Brown Is absent from school this week on the account of sickness. LUt ori.-ll- r Master Bonnie Barnctt is in Louis- Remaining in the Hartford Postoflice, ville this week. which if not called for in ten days Misses Mabel Klmbley and Bertie will be sent to the Dead Letter Office: Morton attended the Owensboro Fair Miss Lula Bean, Rev.Jas.Browning, last week. Pricilla Buckncr, Miss Mat Brown, Capt M. H. Campbell, of HenderEld Louis Burdette.Mr. Chesterfield, son, Kycame up Fridayand brought Mr.Lonnie Coache.MissJulla H.Chinn his two sons, Willie and Henry, and E. L. Davenport, Jack Goldberry, put them in school here. Dr. Wm.Headen, Mr. Harris Kotz, Verily the R. E. Csdo move. Miss G. P. Kelly, Mr. J. Kotz, Verda Duke "jined 'em" Friday. V, B. Morton, Mrs. Annie Taylor, D. H. Howerton is a new member Andrew Tygren, Mr. George Tonzle, in the Adelphlan Society. Rev. W. C. Wilson, James Tyler, Di. Alexander proposes to quit deChas. Rosenhirae & Co. bating with tlje boys, because he is always on the losing side of the quesHnperlnlendent'it Appointment. I will visit the following schools at tion. The fight between the boys and the times named: MONDAY, OCT. 33. girls in the Latin class is warmer and promises to make this one of the 9 a m, No 107, Mrs. Mollie Storms. most Interesting classes in school. 11:30 a m, No. 45 Prof T. J. Coats, editor of the 3:30 p m,No 8o,Miss Florence Wright TUESPAY, 34. Greenville Muhlcnburger, paid us a 8 am, No. 84, E. E Rhodes. pleasant visit' Tuesday morning. Capt W. H. Sandusky, proprietor 10:30 a m, No 7, Miss Eva Pirtle. . of the Sandusky House, Central City, 3 p m, No. a4, Miss Phronla Mliler. WEDNESDAY, '35. " attended General Exercise Tuesday " 8 a tu, No. 43 morning. J. W. Power, of Tennessc, entered 1 1 a m, No. 43, J Hocker. school this week, 3:30 p ra, No. (fi, Mrs.Pearl Miller. THURSDAY, 26.' Still the teachers have their meet- -' ings and they are proving very ben 8 am, No. 59, Cafrt Soper. eficial indeed. On Monday evening, it. a m, No. 95, Miss Jlelle Whitting- r ." hlll. they met with Miss Nail. And witli leader we diyed down into 2:30 p m, No. 9rt S W Pate'nnd F J her as the depth of thegreat Atlantic to Jarboc. . . f? . FRIDAY, search for the "lost Atlantics" and much discussion they finally lo-- 1 8 am, No. 77, Y L Mosely. after catcd it between Africa and South. 11 a in, No. 3, Miss Ella Herring. ." America, where it is supposed to, 3:30 pm, No. : i have existed ages ago. On WednesT,he Trustees and patrons are day evening they met with Dr. E. B ested to be present. It is especialPendleton. The subject for dlcsussfon ly necessary that the full Board, of was the "brain," the organ of the Trustees be on hand, as important mind, led by Dr. Pendleton. They business will be transacted with each waded Into deep water, but after District. Trustees will bring their awhile came to shore with several Record Book and. District Boundary. Resp'y, conclusions. Dr. J. E. Pendleton and Jo. B. Rogers. wife were with us and he gave us Wlmt ! oh Tnkfi quite an Interesting psychological Medicine tor? Because your are sick talk. 'Misses Hennie Guntlier, city, and and want to get well, or because you Then reAnnie Allen, Roslne, attended Gen. wish to prevent illness. member that Hood's Sarsaparilla morning, eral Exercises Thursday Mrs. Warriner and daugnter, ot jj cures all diseases caused by impure blood and debility ot tne system, it Meridan, Conn., were welcome primary room Thuro day. is not what its proprietors say but the what Hood's Saroapariila docs, t that tells the story of Its merit. Be sure The people quickly recognize merit. get .Hood's, am) only Hood's , and this is the reason the sales or to Purely vegetable HOOD'S PILLS Hood's Sarsaparilla are continually increasing. Try It. , Gil-luiu- 's, y. 1 k sub-Uniosub-UnioCom-mittisub-Uniosemi-annu-- Tlio Sacrifloiul Lamb's Naino Is Wliittnkor. The Democratic Scnntorinl Convention for this District met nt Beaver Dam last Tuesday evening to nominate a candidate for Stntc Senator. The meeting was called to order by the Chairman of the District Committee and on motion Col. S. P. Love, of Greenville, was elected Chairman and B, D, Kin go, of Hartfond, was made Secretary along w ith the members of the Democratic Press, Moses R. Glenn, J. R. Jones and J. F. Kimberlin as Assistant Secretaries. On motion the Chair appointed n on Committee Resolutions ns follows: T. J. Smith and J. S. (Jlcnn, of Ohio county, J. F. Kimberlin and S. L. Taylor, of Uutlcrcounty, M. R. Glenn and Judge Jep C. Johnson, of Muhlenburg county. This Committee reported as follows: Resolved, First, That we approve of the calling of this District Mass Convention for the purpose of nominating a candidate to represent this Senatorial District, composed of Muhlenburg, Butler and Ohio Counties, and we also, Second, Apptovc of the cause nnd policy ol the present Democratic Administration with reference to the extra session of Congress and the object and patriotic purposes In calling the same, and we express our renewed devotion to the principles of the Democratic party and have full confidence in the representatives of the party carrying out the will of the party ns expressed at the poles November last. Third, Recognizing the sterling ability, eminent worth and fitness of Esq J. E. Whittaker, of Butler county, we recommend the name of this gentlemen as the standard-beare- r for the Democratic Senatorial honors of the 7U1 District, and, Resolved, That wc pledge to the nominee of this Convention our hearty support on the 7th day of November next. All of which is respectfully submitted. J. C. Johnson, Ch'm'n. J. F. Kimerlin, Sec'y. Report of Committee was 'unanimously adopted and Mr. f. E. Whittaker was called for and responded in a short speech accepting the nomination and promising to do all in his power to secure his election. There being no other business before the convention it adjourned. NOTES. -- TO DRESS WELL Js more the result of good judgment and tac to than the mere lavish use of money. BW& Hw Stock of Fall Dress Goods is adapted to fill the wants of those who have slcndor income still desire to make their their appearance creditably. 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. othing and Over-coat- s 0SBS 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. gpl kinds of Produce taken in exchange. CARSON & CO. Yours lor Trade, Col. Love still has hopes for Butler county. Zebulon Shultz was there shaking the hands of the voter. Total crowd present, ircluding the forty-onRepublican Ohio County Delegates promised Mr.4Vhittakcr three hundred major ity. ? ? Judge Yost for Muhlenbnrg would promise no majority, as he could not tell what it would do. Mr. R. P. Hocker spoke from experience an said there was no great certainty of Democratic success in this District. Mr. Whittaker promises if elected to guard the interests of Ohio, Butler and Edracmdson counties, Muhlenburg was not "m it." No Committee on Credentials was necessary, as Judge Yost suggested that all present were good Democrats and intimated that he only wished that there were niore of them in this District. e. --TO SEE THE to Hartford P I M SPRING OPENING OF C. L. Field's car of Buggies The teachers who subscribed to the fund to be expended In the purchase of a Webster's International Dictionary for the school having the best work in the Teachers Exhibitand who have not paid their subscriptions, are earnestly requested to remit to me at once, ns the Dictionary lids been ordered and will be here In a few. days. The subscriptions were made at the Institute last year. Hoping to have an early response, I am yours truly, Jo. B. Rogers, County Superintendent. l'ny Dpi just from the , Davis Carriage Company. He will save you sell MONEY by Buying from HIM. Will you a Buggy, Harness, Lap Duster nnd Whip from $00.00 The Davis Carriage Company has tho reputa- up to $75.00. in Cincinnati. tion of building tho best Buggy for the money of any Factory .1 i'. x ! V So come and judge for yourself. V A " j ..,,,, tvrrtt. M.& V fe'-t- ' t V ' i I t ' p 'V 7 v 37'.ty?'" re-q- ' 31)' V C I VAX' I jr -- . 1 y .jt t" "V We 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 reasonable, and we guarantee satisfaction. Respectfully, Von wrirr xiie. F. A. AMES & outpla.Ilooko(pr-tlcnlaraM- tl CO. v .V S' v Owensboro, Ky. cured at home wllo- - vlsl-tors- .to WHISKEY: ndOptsBKabibl iILlf.WOOLLEY.M.D. Office UMttWhlulull&t. HUjL nt ; ' 'Wfiwr 'V-- Attention Frlrnd. To avoid delay address all business letters and matter for publication to the RKfuntiCAN, Hartford. Ky. 5PENCERIANEls LoulsvlH. Ky., Owensboro, Ky.. or Evansvill, IimU "-- 1hA clrant. nrant.tnnl nnafnAa Ttoilnlntr TlniV.t7f.ArMncr Ami Rhnrthind CollogoH. Thej Klvit a niiHflport to biisluesa niulKurcoKi. (tataloirue Knou Hpenoor, rros't, J. V. Vlih, Soo'y. Address Hpencerlan OoUefF at n " fN. . 4 s V W &. 1 1: i "f . 4 , o Li. A itl" ,Xw4v h. "'--V -- .. l '(,J ELssMflMMlfl aH.miiBtiitiM'ilMl u Ijwwa, j ii m.i. mf! h.i .aafctaar gii- - - fr f r," r7ffltBWt''ffy,Trtlrrwrt7' WftHMwumwiMNnrtiny ir w a -i iiniffPfflwww - w Hartford Republican Fkiuav, Octobhr 13, Uil.JUU' 1893. THE LITTLE BROWN WREN. There's a little brown wron that has built lu our tree. And eli-- 'a scarcely as big as ft bli bnmblebtc. She has hollowed a houso In the lipart of a And mado the walls tldjr and raadp the floor trim With the down of tho crow's foot, with .tow and with straw, The cczlcst dwelling that ever you saw. This little brown wren has tho brightest of limb ncr umbrella" rho brought it down or. Iter suitor's head with such force that eho qulto crashed in tho top of the bo.wl-c- r hat ho wore, nnd which fortunately protected his skull. For n moment ho seemed petrified with astonishment. Then henpinng to his feet, nnd seizing Aunt Mnrin lu his arms lifted her bodily from tho ground and carried her along tho path. She struggled violently, nnd I followed, F.creaming for help. The lunatic Btrodoon until ho reached tho gato which led into n field, on one siduof which ran n rather high stone wall. Ujwn tho top of this wnll he placed my unfortunato aunt and then stood nnd calmly surveyed her. "Tnko nlo down! Let mo go!" she shrieked." "Not till 1 havo your promtso to marry me," replied tho lunatic, "1 am quite prepared to remain hero until tomorrow morning If need bo," ho added, with great coolness. "Oh, aunt, do Bay 'Yes,'" 1 Implored, but nt this our persecutor turned upon me. "Will you havo tho goodness not to luterfere?" ho said, so fiercely that wns terrified and shrank back. For about 10 minutes Aunt Maria sat on that wall and raved. Then sho burst Into tears. At this juncture I perceived n man's flguro in tho distance Was he coming this way? Oh, joy, ho was! A he drew nearer I snw to my uiUigled delight nnd djjinny that It was Jick, nnd seeing that 1110 lunatic had his back to mo I ran to meet him. "Oh, Dick," I shouted ns I camo up to him, "wo havo been so terribly frightened by n madman! Ho haR put Aunt Maria on tho wnll nnd says sho can't get down until sho promises to marry him. Do como nnd savo her!" Dick mti quickly to tho spot, nnd the lunutiu turned nnd faced him, "You rascal!" cried Dick. "Stand back aud let mo tako that lady oil the wall." "You shall not touch her," said tho lunatic fiercely. Dick took him by tho coat collar and flung htm nsido with such forco that he stumbled nnd fell. Tho uext instant Dick had lifted Aunt Maria safely to the ground. Ho had scarcely dono so when thomadmnulenped upon him, aud u terrific struggle followed. Suddenly 1 saw tho lunatic plnco his hand in tho breast of his coat, and tho next instant there was n flash of steel. Ho had drawn n knife. "Oh, Dick! oh, my darling!" I screamed, "ho will kill you!" In that moment I forgot our quarrel. I forgot everything except that I loved him better than anything in the world, aud that ho was in peril of his life, and rushing forward I grasped tho madman's arm nnd hung on to It with nil my weiclit. Aunt Mnrin Bcrenm'ed lustily for help, and ns I spun round with the combatants I caught sight of two men running across tho field. Aid wns nenr, so I clinched my teeth und held on liko grim death. In a few seconds it seemed like nn eternity to me tho men wero on tho 6pot, nnd nfter n brief strngglo tho lunntlc was secured and diFunned by the two keepers, who had been searching for him all day. As for me, the danger being over, I promptly fainted away. When I camo to myself, Dick was kneeling besido me, supporting mo in bis arms. "Aro you nil right?" ho nsked 1 nnx-lonsl- eyes And a foot of a very dlmlnutlro alie. Her tall Is as trlff as the sail of a ship. Bhe's demure, though she walks with a hop and a skip. And her voice but a fluto wero moro fit than a pen To tell of tho volco of the little brown wren. One morning Sir Sparrow came sauntering by And cast on tho wren's houso an cnvloua oye. Willi a strut of bravado and tons of his head. "I'll put In my claim here," tho bold fellow said. Co straightway ho mounted on impudent wing And entered the door without pausing to ring. I I swiftly that feathery knight, ' An Instant-a- nd All tow sled nnd tumbled, In terror took flight, by tho door on her favorite perch, Wlillo thero I As neat as a lady Just starting for church, With this song on her lips, "Ho will not call I again Unless he Is asked," sat the little brown wren. People. Clinton Scollard In Harper's Young A LOVERS' QUARREL. Dick nnd I had quarreled nnd parted. I cannot tell yon how It nil began, 01 why it ended in this serious fashion, but I can nssnro you I felt very miscrablo m T saw him striding away over the fields, although I had told him to go myself. Still I never thought ho would havo taken 1110 nt my word. "What shall I say to Aurit Marin?" 1, thought ns I turned my steps homeward. This was n very serious reflection indeed, for it had been tiio dream of Aunt Marin's pjcistenco to see mo united to Dick Johnson, tho handsomo only sou of our wealthy neighbor, Sir Henry. Dick and I had played together bi children, danced together, flirted together, and finally fell in lovo with each Wo wero to havo been married in month, nnd now I had sent him oway nnd told him I never wished to see him again. What was to bo done and, oh dearl wjint should I say to Aunt Maria? There was no help for it, however, but to go homo nnd explain tho situation to the boat of my ability, and nccordingly home I went. Aunt Maria was in tho drawing room, and I stolo softly in and took up a book, hoping that sho would not notico mo. But sho saw mo directly nnd inquired: "Where is Dick?" "Ho has gone home," I replied, trying to nssumo an unconcerned manner nnd failing most signally in tho attempt. "Gone homo? Why! Did you not tell 11 other. Lake Uric to Toledo. Between Cleveland nnd Toledo she sold paper dress dolpatterns and cleared thirty-eigh- t lars. This business proved the most ptofitable nnd she continued it until she reached La Forte, She arrived nt Chicago August 2 with about seventy-five dollars in her pocket. In Ohio, about half way between Cleveland nnd Sandusky, Miss Weymouth was ovcrtnkatt by n thunderstorm. For protection she fled to a large oak tree in the field a short distance from the road. When she reached the tree she found thnt it nlrcady sheltered n man. lie proved to n very respectable looking young fellow nnd before the storm bad subsided they had become quite well acquainted. The young man wis the owner of the farm oi which the field in which they were was n portion, nn 1 when he learned that the young worn in wis bound for Chicago, he gave her the address of his sister, who lived there, nnd nsked her to call on her. When Miss Weymouth renchel the town she called at. the nddrcss given her, nnd found tint the man's sister was the wife of n wealthy merchant. The young woman told her story, nnd was well received. Arrangements were made by which she was to jer-fon- n certain household duties three days in each week for her board nnd lodging. The remainder of the time she devoted to visiting the Fair. Two weeks nfter hernrrival in Chicago the young man from Ohio put in his appearance at his sister's house nnd laid such earnest scige to Miss Weymouth's heart that she consented to become his wife, n pastor was called and the knot tied. The newly wedded pair remained in Chicago ten days, and then left for Ohio. The young man proved to be prosperous, and accompanied his bride East forthe purpose of bringing her aged parents to their Western home. In Memory Of the infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Silas Shaver, who departed this life Sept. 30, 1893 Thy sweet little I.eona has flown To the arms of the angels above; Her infantile graces arc borne To a region of brightness nnd love. Too etherial nnd pure for this sphere, Our Father has called her away. To realms where no sorrow nor fe.ir our. way. Can ever over-shado- churches. The Methodists, terians, B.aptist3, Congrcgatlonnlists, Unitarians and other denominations which, in whole or in part, use the Episcopal mat ringc service might be induced to leave out this word; just ns they leave out whatever else seems to them superfluous. But so long ns the word is there in the official copies of the service so long will it chafe woman nnd so long will the dialled sjiot fester, ICocle.iiastical bodies ntc slow to make important changes, and the written law or form is likely to remain unchanged until public opinion kavts it so far behind by the progress ol unwritten law and practice thnt the discrepancy seems grotesque. Joint .Merlins;. 'obey") and is likely to ltaVc n conTeachers of the Bulord District nnd servative leaction against any mote Hnrtford Association will meet in n revisions or umcuJuictits for many joint meeting nt Bedu on the third years to come. There seems little Saturday in October, with the followprospect oi help from liturgical ing program: Presby9 a. nt, Devotional Exerciser Rtv. J, A. Bennett. Address C. M. Crowe. Response O. M. Sltultz. "What we tuny realize from our Teachers' Meetings" E. K. Kny. I. C. Hoover, Ida M. Smith, 1). Ellis Miller nnd Alice Bowman. Recitation Mary Miller. J. S. Field, "School Incentives" D. K Ward. Win Fo.tcr, J. II. Munich nnd W. C. Gray. Essiy Oeotgla Hudson'. NOO.N' Bui fatal)? Pcott's Kruulslon cures Ooughf, Golds, Consumption, Scrofula and ail Anaemic nnd Wntin.T EUoascs. Al- Wtf lL$7vrll! S&& .VT J lUL I KiRSSB Are you all run down ? Scott s Emulsion of Pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites o. Lime and Soda will build you up and put flesh on you and give you a good appetite. ItliCKSS. 1:30 p.m. "How may Current Events be taught in School?" J. L. Frcrveatt waiting in chlldrso. most art palatable an milk. Getonlr the rcnulno. Prepared by Boott A' Downs, ChomliU, all Druggist. Now York. Bold by him I expected him to dinner?" "Yes." "Then why is ho not coming?" "Ho had nn engagement," I mumbled. "For goodness' sake, child, speak outl Como hero whero 1 can seo you. How red your face isl What is tho matter?" I roso obediently and stood before my. nunt, who fixed a relentless gaze upon mo. To a home ever joyous and blest, Whet e flowers most fragrant abound; Where wisdom and mercy and rest Shetl a sweetness and halo .around. Then mourn nut the casket so fair, Kudosing the sweet gleaming gem; The pearl is now shining nfar. Adorning His bright diadem. "You havo been crying," bho said. "Now, just tell mo tho truth at once, Have you nnd Dick quarreled?" Daisy. "Yes," I faltered. "And what nbout, prny?" "I don't know." "You don't know!" This in a very sarcastic tone. I remained silent and fumbled for ray pocket handkerchief. "Who began it?" pursued Aunt Marin sternly. "I don't know." "Havo you broken off your engage"Yes," I burst forth. "I bnto him, nnd I will never speak to him again." Then I began to weep copiously. "If you're going to howl," said Aunt Maria, with bitter irony, "you had better leave the room. I shall require a full explanation tomorrow from both you and Mr. JobnBon." I fled up stairs and did not appear again that evening. I passed n wretched night and had n fearful scene with Aunt Maria tho next morning. Sho stormed nnd expostulated, but I remained firm in my resolve to return Dick's ring nnd presents that very day. Accordingly I spent a couplo of hours in crying over them and packing them up. After luncheon Aunt Maria announced her intention of visiting some pensioners of hers in a village about three miles distant and ordered mo to accompany her, which I prepared to do with n very bad grace, I fear. Wo walked for about half nn hour without exchanging n word, nnd a moro thoroughly ill tempered jnir of pedestrians could hardly havo been found anywhere. Our way led through some fields, und on reaching tho first gate I noticed n man leaning against it. As wo came up ho opened it for us. and politely raised liib hat. He looked liko n gentleman nnd was dressed in n well fitting suit of blue serge. I snw that ho wns n stranger and wondered whero ho canto from, ns strangers were rare in our secluded part of the world. A littlo way farther on I looked back and observed that he was following us. Ho overtook us beforo wo reached tho next gate, passed us nnd opened this ono nlso, ngnin lifting his hat ns wo went by. I thought thU rather odd, but having resolved not to speak to Aunt Maria until sho addressed me I held my peace. iierforin-nnc- e At the third gate tho was repeated, but this time the fctrniiger did not fall behind. Ho walked to Aunt Muria's Rido and asked, "May I tilTer you my arm?" "CVrtninly not, kir," was tho indignant jejoiiider. "I have not the honor of your' ixqunititnuce, nor do I desiro it." "At Unst you will penult mo to curry j our umbrella," continued tho btraugcr unabashed. Aunt Maria merely snorted, and clutching hir umbrella more firmly luarchrd mi ut mUncrauod pacts; "Is there no little service you will allow mo to render you," pumued our unwelcome companion in tragic tones. "Go iiw.17, Mr!" s.iid my aunt furions- n I ment?" "Yes," I replied, with n smile, "I nm He gave her, He took her. lie knew quite well." Thy anguish so cruel and wild; Wo nil three walked homo together, I lis mantle of mercy He threw nnd Dick dined with us that evening. On thee and thy long suffering child. Afterward, when I accompanied him iuto tho hull to bid him good night, ho Then bow to His will and resign asked ns he held mo lu his arms, "Tell Thy Leona to His mighty arm; mi', D.tfcy, would you have been sorry if For wisdom and love-ni- l divine, mo today?" th.it follow hud killed Will shield her from sin nnd from I "Don't talk about it, dearest," harm. Sti'.u.v. with n shudder. "It would havo broken my heart." Tlmt I.lftli Word "Obey." "Then you cannot livo without me n. v. pitr.ss. after nil?" 1 leaned against his With the increasing promineiiceand breast in Ml nice, and ho kissed me very tenderly. activity of woman in business circles Dick and I havo never quarreled bince, come signs of a revolt against certain and I do not believe wo shull ever quarrel again us long as wo live. New York relics ol the days of social antiquity, One of when she was man's slave. Commercial Advertiser. these is the presence of the word Who Wiillinl. "obey" in the marriage services of Miss Hester Weymouth left Swan's liturgical churches, the use of which is by no means confined to the churchValley, in the southern part of The indeConn., last June, with es to which they belong. only three dollars and after visiting pendent spirit ot woman is getting the World's Fair, returned with a hus- tired of these four letters, which, in band and fifty dollars that she had their liturgical order and connection, earned herself. Her father was a poor have such a deep significance. To be man and she had contributed to the sure, the word "obey" Ins been a support of her parents aud given her dead letter, a very, very dead letter, self a liberal education as teacher of for many years. But this does not the Swan's Valley school. On the 16th altar the fact that it is still there, and day of June, her 23d birth day.sheset all women with a keen sense of honor out on foot. She took nlong a lew dozen object to making pledges as a matter household novelties, carried in a hand- of form, which they do not expect to bag, lor Sale. She traveled directly keep. Nor does it mend matters for to assure West, and while she avoided the rail- the ardent road for fear of encountering tramps, his bride that it is simply there as a she followed the country roads run- part of a contract which it takes two ning parallel. She reached Scranton to make, and that, just as the whole Pa., in good health, but her stock of of her marriage vow, too, so she novelties was exhausted and she pur- promises to obey him. and this he chased material used in embroidery privately swears never for one moand fancy work. This she sold nnd ment to do. found herself growing better off finanWhat is to be done? The virtue of cially day by day. She passed through obedience is one ot the cardinal printhe oil region, finally arriving nt ciples of the Kom.-.- n Catholic Chinch, Cleveland, Ohio. Keeping the I.ake nnd the Episcopal Church has just reShore and Michigan railroad insight, vised its prayer book (without, howshe followed the southern shore of ever, omitting the objectionable word TlM-UIr. Wind-batucount- y, Why Ii hi' mi IrrltnhtrT This question is often heard nnd nearly as ollcn unanswered. 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