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OFFICIAL CF.GAK CF IHE PARTY IN .HE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL The UfiPunhiCAN al and ( 'ouricr-JoTirnboth one year for on ly $1.75. fERKS-.- l.25 i Pi.lii.ir DISTRICT, Per Annum, In Adunil. 10L. VI. to Titilc HARTFORD, KY., FIHDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1893. "uir tot v.! "i lli.il of it inepj in ti iniirchlfig rtgiincnt. "Probably after they havo settled this disturbance in Egypt his regimiut will be sent off to India for thrco or four1 years, and ns ho can't marry on Lis pay1 ou will bo loft behind to meditate on Jour folly in having engngtd yourself." "I (shall, marry him as 6oon as yds affair is over in Lgpt, papa, and if ho can't give mo bread and water enough to suprort me I'll beg it from some ono who can, I don't want a good establishment m a husband who'll stay at homo iu easo. I want Jack, and I mean to havo him!" "Tho boy nlways got what ho wanted, confound him," her father grumbled good tempcredly, and when ho said that Violet knew thathcr cafo was won. Her mother, after tho manner of mothers, sympathized with tho young people's romance and hopefully assured her that Jack would win promotion in some miraculous way without seeing much dangerous service. So when Violet said: "Mother, dear, I don't want a swell wedding. I don't even want a wedding dress Jack like mo in sailor sorgo hotter than anything, but I do want to go out and be as near him as I can. Take mo to Cairo and let tho chaplain marry us as soon as the fighting is over." Mrs. Kollar agreed to do so, and all their acquaintances declared that tho mother was as great a fool as tho daughter. s Violet's letter was keeping his heart warm thlu day at Tamai. IIo was feeling unaccountably happy and light hearted, as after a sharp tussle with half a dozen Arabs, thrco of whom ho killed with his revolver, he wasallowod breathing time for a few minutes, during which ho cut tho word "Snnkin" on the lltth black pipo that hud boen his inseparable companion during tho wholo of the campaign. Suddenly just as ho had lighted and returned smoking it, ho heard a frantic shout, and glancing up ho saw young Kellar dash forward and fire at someone behind him (Jack). Simultaneously he felt a sharp agoulziug pain in his back unil knew that ho was struck by a poisoned spear. An Arab, who had been concealed in a bush, bad crept out nnd stabbed him before young Kellar could sub-nlkr- ii NO. 12, of which, it seems, no Mtclitc could exist, because of the enormous attracting power of the great planet, which would pretty certainly tear the little moon to pieces. It is also computed pretty certainly that nny freely movable object on the sutfacc of this newly discovered moon as a nian.a chair, a cart, etc, must be instantly drawn, or rather hurled, through the 67,000 intervening miles directly to the big planet, ns soon as Jupiter rises above the horizon of any such object. A man on that little satelitc, would have to be anchored with something heavier than Senator Stewatt's long Silver pcech, if he flight to would avoid a cannon-bal- l Jupiter, with the prospect of being dashed to pieces on landing, and then hcwouldstillbeover 40,000 miles frotti tlte center of thegreat planet so vast is its bulk, indeed the little moon is believed to be already losing its bulk in the shape of various metciial, drawn off into a ting: thin ring like one oi Saturn's encircling Jupiter, but as yet, invisible from earth. It may be true. Even to be drawn into a ling wouldn't hutt so bad as to go the whole distance to the planet itself, there are those who think that our earth was once encircled by a bright sun. The only satelites the world had ever known as belonging to Jupiter until Prof Barnard's interesting were the four that Gallilleo discovered, with that little "optic glass" of his, as Milton some whete calls that pioneer spy glass, in the year 1610. The third of those four satelites is over 3400 miles in diame-ie- r or as big, probably, as the fleet silvery planet, Murcury. A r.VI.i: OI'.V i Chicago niiconn. I. l'rT'EM.t.l VANS. Cctvantcs Burton was patentee Of n lifting gale called the "A. B. C." Thatachild can open ita he would .say. Mr, Burton had.sh'AwnUfJMate "It is built in such ,. si tuple way At half the lairs inhe9fcr State, (o do To open it'all ydfl-naWits to press a button and up it flew. As fanners and breeders will be there I'll make an exhibit nt the fair. So said Cctventes, and straightway He wrote for space and a place to stay.1 Ark"8Si" They gave him twenty feet or more In K 68, M 44 v .r " ?rd cr Soft Wattr iljis'Soap worKs o well, that In divistotAhjEf Ijy1 corner lot, A quiet anambsFsecluded spot. They sold him a badge of ornate brass. And gave hhn a photographic pass. Cerventes received his pass one day, And it was good lrom the first of May. The photograph showed a hairy man, With tousled whiskers a little tan. With. a hickory shirt and slouchy hat, A paper collar, but no cravat. Each day Cetvcntes showed his book, And heat thegate would taken look. Wonw want y Ms roim. Its been great problem with .Dr. Fenncr not to bring hit Golden Relief to cur all- menu having so many different Mi II "noss names, but to to represent it aa that ta people would understand and believe really U a spcclflo In one disease, It It vlr.t Inflammation. Hut that dlscaso bas o many f ortra and name. Thus t Ily Its ex tcrnal application It cures any toolhacho In ono minute. Any neuralgia or rheumatic ualn In one to cl(ht minutes. Any headache In I to 5 minutes. Any backache la 8 minutes. Cold sores on lips, r. one application. One drop cures an Indolent Any cut, bruise, burn or rheumatism It cures at once and without soreness or matter-atlntho wound Can work with comfort-whilla rsw, Ily Its Internal uso, colic, or pain In stomach, 6 minutes. Dyspepsia, relief at once. Radical euro, follows. Diarrhoea, dysentery or Buz, cures at once. Screlhroat, bronchitis and consumption, when used In time, curs follows as surely as day follows the night. People ars beginning to understand and to talk about IL It searches out and cures Inflammation whererer It exists. No Inflammation, no sore throat. No Inflammation, no consumption. No Inflammation, no swelling, no pain, no toothache. Not so complicated after all. Contains no narcotics or m'nrral poisons Safe and certain. On tablcspoontul dose cures La Orlppe, It never disappoints. Money refunded If satis-tactio- n not given. Take homo a bottlo y. foiJt NO OTHER CUP AND 8AUCER. n WITH 1 A I send my lore a fragile china cup. With purple violets painted round tho rim. nipty it Is, but sweet thoughts fill It up And peep like tricksy sites aboto tho rim. Upon a saucer fashioned like a heart Of palest tint my dainty tup it set. Dear emblem, symbolizing life's better can sho look upon it and forget? part-H- ow Atthehickory shirt and right away, He'd let him in without delay. H. On The charm I drop within tho cup Is such That ciery draft a tender thought will bring; The crinkled leaves will brighten at her touch, Tho flowers Mill know a mystic blossoming. Poor pictured Wolets that never crew In ferny nooks nor felt a summer shower! To hearts that hato the false and !oe tho true There Is a milneu In a painted flower. Hut go, my gift, and as my lady sips Her creamy cocoa or lirr fragrant tea Tli) hsppy rim tuny perchance touch her lips And bring to her a fleeting thought of tncl House Furnishing Itovlew, the first illuminated night He fell in love with a beauty bright. i task, forsooth, Was to sell the checks atacider booth. A peerless fay whose He saw her oit, and his love it grew Through June, July and August too. At a critical moment she did confess Thatshedidn't like his stylcofdress And she said she greatly feare 1 She nevercould marry a man of biard. "STOSE IT'S SATAN." 150 boys of Dr. It was only tho around on which the Kellar' (school diuported . T(?e Quarterly Fgis ter of lla;la Copies, . JCk P.rT.tr, . . $.jo Bsss Tctsmss, f.00 oit mi. i.01" QffigEBT Timiiotfa ivrt Wi.m!i... "A mW. rlr an klrttiu MUkllloa. I ,m Hwkl,Kk oltk lLl.l.littfio:i,)I.Un,lll. ra na. .. mbii . ; JliJi. ",' (. ". I "" Ikl I r ruiiki, ll.ktlkl)r.".IM(orj ctnp.itMrKlis. tw i.i. KVtUKMN.OUU.4,tUl,,luU.,H. V. '' c , tint SU.i4l Cunncnr Hiitory, t ITNOIT, MICH., o. a. a. . f i rt, aJ Imt To Know IT ALL mm ou only ensy enough it Wo solve tho know how. problem in tho I N III Ib 0 roAfniw Vitiv VVtttU,...iMf.p rimmBiwa II themselves. Dut besides tho boys present thero wero at least 150 demons and angels of ambition, envy, loyalty, peril- dy and truthfnlncsa. Tho doctor himself, in n new suit of t ccd, Reetned to tho boys to bo far tnoro approachable hero in tho midst of their Iorts than when in academic .cap and gown ho cast gloom through their ranks by stalking along with that searching cjo of his well turned on tho discomfiture, of evildoers. Howover, oven at these growsome times, tho boys admitted among theuiBelves that Kellar was a gentleman, and that they'd rather take a hldiug from him than punishment drill from a cad any day. For they wero prond of Kellar's, loyal to tho school, and ready to battlo to the bitter end against any common foe who dared to aspcrso it in tho slightest do.,. grtw. A little lad of 10 had just run light hcjrtedlyon tho ground when tho aforesaid searchlight fell on him, nnd simultaneously tho head master shouted out: "Colville two, I thought you had detention?" Colvillo two, a redheaded, merry faced boy, smiled cheerfully, as if detention wero a good joko to which ho was well accustomed, and replied with pleasant promptness: "So I have, sir." intervene. IIo had staggered and then fallen on his face, and they thought that ho wot .....w, ..... .. ...I....... !... ...1..... II. n.. ,, Ail him nnd wero carrying him away a faint flicker of the old fun camo into his fading blno eyes as ho said: "I wanted Violet and tho 'V. C. sc much. S'080 'twns Satan" Beforo ho could finish tho scutenco tht fading light went out, and tho blno cjet closed forever in this world. T III. Next day there was to pass in the row A man whose suit was a dazzling show. It was loudly checked, a wide lapel, And the derby hat was horribly swell. This man was shaven and cjialky hue, He wore a scarf ot a delicate blue, r 6 Tholbziulilegt uJ noweiesl ja Iper in iientucky. Sent! your You i ad dress od n postal card. can have n eamplo copy j t '" For The ASKING. m ONE DOLLAR EVERY HOUR 'lh eailly earned by any one of either ' 'n nT v iiiSrtoftkeeoMtryi who is willing to work Indus. "Then what brings you out here?' "I a'pose it's Satan. Ho'u always doing it." "Doing what?" "Making mo naughty," said Colville two, with pathetically fearless frankness. Then Kellar's little daughter went up and kissed him. Twelvo years later tho battlo of Tamai was being fought, and Colvillo two was in tho thick of it. He had been slightly wounded In an attack that had been it) ado upon McNeil's Zareba a few days previously, and his colonel had mentioned him in despatches and recommended him strongly for tho "V. C." for personal gallantry. On the strength of this Lieutenant Colvillo had written to tho girl ho was ongaged to, who was at Cairo with her mother,ulling her that he would not wait to marry her a day after ho had got his company. Who shall tell her? Tho whole regiment know tho story of Jack's love, nnd not n man iu it but felt heartsore for the girl who had loved and been so proud of her young hero. "It will break my heart to co to Violet with such a tale," her brothei moaned. "I'd rather take a revolvex and blow my own brains out than have tho task." "Yon shall not havo it," his colonel . pxoiuisod. ."I'll go r myself with at bitter tidings ns I've had to convey. Colonel Branksholmo's mouth twitched, and his steady, fearless gray oyci filled with tears as he spoke. But thit was moro for the fine young soldierly life which had been cut short in its glory than for tho desolate girl who was left to mourn it. However, ho fulfilled hi: task so nympathetlcally that Violet soon found her greatest comfort in talking ol her lost lover to his gallant chief. "Timo treads on tho grave of affection I" Kind, merciful Time! Two yean after Jock fell at Suakin, Colonel Branks-hohue- , who had boen away on leavo foi a month, telegraphed to tho second in command of the regiment, "My wifeanJ I will be back tonight." "We'll givo them a grand reception. Have tho band to meet them, take th horses out and drag tho carriage alonfe the parndo," somo of the more enthusiastic of tho juniors declared. Bnt when young Kellar said: "Better not. Tho brido is my sister," the regiment felt thut tho less demonstration they made on the occasion of her joining it tho bettor. Jack's memory was too green with them still for them to givo her anything but a Bilent and rather sad welcomeMontreal Star. Hevtcuttothegateand offered his book The gatcman opened and took a look. So you are Creveutes Button? said he. So you're the man of the slouchy hat, A bunch oi whiskers, and no cravat? He looked, and chuckled with glee, Cancel No. six naught four fifty-eigAnd chase thisdude to the othcrgatc. Hold on , said Creventes; that's all right My name is But tont I aimed last night But men camettpnnd drove him away, Until he was calm and willing to pay. The girl cashier, she knew 'twas he, She said "its him," in ecstasy. She gazed on him with much delight, And she whispered a "yes" that self same night. the regular way Though it costs him fifty cents a day. So they are engaged in ADIRONDACK GUIDES. Tlirrc Are Two Hie Wllilcrnra. .w YorkHERAI.D. BOSTON HI ml fo be Ilml In t P ,i t ilullar.day In snd Iby which you ainaai dollar l from tho rfl.y out, Even beginners are first hour. Any on can run the bull ueis none fall. You should try nolh'iig tlie until roil ire Ifor yourself what jou can do at the builneti which, ws oBer, No capital Hiked. Women are .grand, workers; nowadays they make as much business, as It so i men. They .' well adapted toshould (rv tills at once and seeisfor thein. Write yosrseuV Address II. IIAI.l.KTT A CO., Hoi 880, l'ortlnml, Me. ,'Jtrlouilr at the employment which we farnlih. j h labor li light suit pleauut, and ou run no irUk whatever. We tit you out coiniIete,so that 'you can give the builneit n trial without expenie 'Ho joumlf. For thoio wllllngtu do a llttla work, ItliU Is the grandett offer made. You can work isHdar, or In theeveiilug onl). If you are cm. iployed, and have a few vrv hours at your dl(. , oial, utlllie them, and add to your Income, builiif ! will not Inlrrfere at all. You will r be amazed on the itart at the rnplUlty and eaie mi .yyWEj ILLBlLtiBSBgHHaaV1 'I 1 gsaw aVat I kai I sV I I I M J iW ST A As saV M HpM fj HH i saV ssssl bbsssh sasl aVfLl aal .Lbbb sass sbbb iH BBBB t H sail Hi tasU1 H HVg H V saal saBBBBBB LV I bbwsbbbi VJ HH r.etLandTrads-Marksoblsined.andall H B HHi bbbbb '''''I BaH v 1' Mi saal SBaaaak w1 HLv LwHI I1 Lm tsl gg4Saasr BssssaH1 Hk.awJ Fat-- i V remote from Wsshlngton, bend model, drawing or photo,, with descrlp- -' tlon. We advise, If patentable of not, free of a f..tm nn Attm .111 nl&M I. .JMy.H ..I fllow to Obtain "ataats." with cost of same in tbs U, S. and -forslgp countries sent tree, Auareu, sat business conducted far MaetRATC Fcc. i 'n,, Anr nmmtimtT U. SI. P1TIHT Omccl sndws can secure pstent in less Umt than those fellow, though I've been in no end of scrapes all my life," tho boy wroto, "and now tho crowning luck of all is that I shall win you and tho Victoria cross at the same time. , Heaps of follows deserve it just as much as I do, only I Itappened to be in front, you see, and was lucky enough to bo' able to uiako myself a target for tho concealed enemy, who had been picking off our men like ninepins. Tho Arabs turned their fire on me, and our fellows wero ablo to see whero tho beggars fired from. I most bear a charmod life, I think, for tho ground was riddled all around mo. Bob (Bob was her brothshoulder for er) and I fought shoulder-thours, and we shall again many a dayv I hopo." Tho girl who got this letter was worthy of tho gallant, light hearted boy who wrotoit, and sho sent him pages of Ru.ceT:l9ving, proud, encouraging words as ''only a prond, loving woman can writo.' "I wish I wero your wife that I might go to tho front and dre'ss your wounds myself, my own lovo. Even as it is I am capable of dressing as a boy and going to tho camp, I quite understand Constance de Beyorloy's bowing her ,prido and riding; for throo lqng years in o 'Tvo always leen a lucky an arrant knave and pilferer," says Edward Bedloe. "Tho expression is hundreds of years old and is based on en adventure- perpetuated through the medium gf decorated crockery ware. A wealthy Chinaman, whose gorgeously embroidered shoes wero tho envy of the community, was, according to tho legend, despoiled of his pride in the following manner: A rascal ono day rushod up, gave tho rich man a hearty blow on tho back, and seizin; the astonished gentleman's hat pitched it upon a high wall. The next moment .the) fellow seemed to discover that it was not an old friend he was greeting so enthusiastically and - " 'He'll steal your shoos' is an expression which in China is usod to describo A Chinese Proverb's Origin. apologized profusely. m How .shall I get my hat?" Inquired tho man with tho beautiful shoes. " 'Jump ontuy uackand you can reach it,' replied tho schemer. "The suggestion was carried out, bnt whllo tho liatless man was reaching for hli head covering tho rascal slipped ofl tho handsome shoes and made away, leaving the simple minded millionaire clutching tho wall." Squire Osbaldestone's Ride. Sqniro Osbaldestone's undertaking to ride 200 miles in 10 hours, which ho accomplished so successfully on Nov. C, 18ill, is onq of tho most rcmarkablo feats of endurance in tho saddle and has the merit of freedom from cruelty. The squiro rode his raco on tho Nowmarket raco' course, changing his horse every fourth mile. Mr. Osbaldcstono used 10 horses foi his task and rodo standing in his stir-- ' rups liko a jockey, while ho kept hit mount at full speed from start to finish of its four milo heat, having quito a "set to" with his' pacemaker at tho and of each. Tho squiro was-- a hardy man and in good training, so suffered no bad effects from bis oxertions. Chambdra' .u.ln. C.A.SNOWcfcCO. Opp. Ornet, Washington, d. 0. Pstcnt tAVVVVyVVVVW TABLERS f DC Emu ..BKMBDY "! 'OINTMENT: (t1. .A VUlir'MHl CtRTAIN OURtf kntwn tor ISycars th BliT ftsfsss7UcauMsoaaUMcnaea., rORILBB.' it. tons. thoro wonld be no 'bowing of pride' in my caso. I should be prouder than over if I could only do something to show tho whole camp, the whole world, how dearly I lovo my boy." 'Then she went on to tell how regularly, sho wrote to his mother, keeping, her posted ud in all that Jack was doing and suffering and winning. "She is my beloved mother, and only she can fully understand how dearly I havo loved you ever uinco that day when I went and kissed you because- yon said you 'B'poseA It was 8atan made you naughty.'" Violet Kollar hud fought a hard fight beforo she had gained her father's consent to become engaged to penniless Jack Colville. Tho 'girl's brilliantly good looks, attractive manners and general cleverness had brought far more eligible men to her 'feet, But' she had been faithful to her first love through it all "I hate poverty, but I love Jack," she would say, when her father pointed out to her how far mors' sensible it wonld be of her to marry a man." who could give her a good establishment in which ho' could sfay at hotup in ease with her than 4 hotiX Marnuon'f train. uniy, jacic, Journnl. Encouraging. Mr. Walfe (trying to entertain his lady bister) Do you know love's 0- oar-ol-d who I am? Flossie Yes. Pa says you're Edith's last chatted. London -j Tit-Bit- s. Happy asd coateat is a hosts with Th MA. hatter ( a kmp with the Kent of tbs mornta. CaUlou,writ Rochtitsr Twenty years ago it was impossible to go anywhere in the Adiron-dacwithout a guide. Now guides are necessary only on water trips or hunting expeditions. The mountains are now so well surveyed and so thickly settled that one can get without about almost evetywhere The other than ordinary assistance. race of guides has multiplied during the last generation, but their function has changed. Formerly, when the strangers who came into the mountains were inevitably hunters and fishermerhe guidej were woodsmen, educated to" know and understand every sight and sound peculiar to the They could find the trail in forests. the wildest regions and in the blackest night. They knew every pond and stream and what there was iu them. They knew all the meadows where the deer came in nt night to feed, and all the runways thr6ugh which, when driven by the dog's,', they sought o escape in the water. , This was the generation of guides in which Paul Smith stands as the moot interesting example. Sometimes, when they had good "wives, as , Paul had, they kept, during the season whatpassed for a hotel. It was a place where the tired city men, worn out by the unusual exertions of the( sport, knew he could get a bed, such as is was, and a comfortable dinner. He made his guide's home a sort of headquarters, with which, when in camp, he connected for his mail, his supplies! and every now and then for that sort of a meal which no one but a woman knows how to .cook. Guides of this quality arc still to be found, but they are deep in the wilderness, where, they ' geneVally have a preserve of their owna clearing where they farm a little, a few extra beds for whoever., cornes.along, a lumber? ing conneclon, out of which their money is mostly denyed, und a royal disposition to let their women folks do most of the work. ' "It's n darn big chore," said one of them whom I met back in the woods, fifty miles from the nearest settlement, "to take I think it kcer o' that there dorgt" was really the laziest speech I ever listened to. IleJwasi sitting, on a rock in the, watmbunshjue, halfway I up the mountain, .'whither, he had led ks me to get a view of the country. He was whitling and' smoking from a corn-copipe. The dog was not a dccrhouud, which does, in fact, require some attention, but an ordinary mongrel that had never in his lilc chased anything but a cit or chicken. "Why, what dojou have to do for him?" 1 asked. "Wall," said the old fellow slowly, "he hez to be turned aout o' doors mostly ev'iy night!" And jet, give him a gun and fishing-ro- d and put a boat on his back, and he is one of the best guides in the woods. He will carry a boat ten miles through the primeval forest, along a trail so faint that a stranger wouldn't know it, over the rocks and fallen trees, through brush and strong rapids, and row it half a day, while you troll, without a murmur. But he "can't abide them chores." In the place of these old guides there has grown up a race of what the woodmen, with more contempt than justice, derived as "parlor guides' They are more or less connected with the hotels, and not all of them are competent men for any serious expedition. They all do well enough, of course, for the ordinary services of ordinary hotel guests. They knew the country around the hotels. But persons who want to hunt and fish, or to go into camp, if they need a guide at a'.l, as they certainly must unless they are expett hunters, know the woods and are willing to do their own work, require to cxeecise a carelul judgment iu the choice of their guides. Competency depends on the possesion of many qualifications. A guide is expected to supply the boat and the ciniping utensils. He is expected to know the woods perfectly, nnd to be able to lead the way to suitable camping places, where there is plenty of wood and good spring water, in the neighborhood, of course, of the forest and ponds where game and fish may be found. That particular country he must know as shoemaker knows his last. He must know all the fish holes ill his mind as accurately as the coast line is shown on a government chart. He must know where to get live bait, if the fisherman wants it. He must row the boat on all occasions. He must know where to start the dogs for deer and where the runways reach the water, for that is where the hunter lies in wait to spring upon his game. . He must know the grassy marshes whete the deer "come in" to feed at night, and how to steal in on them as silently as the movement of the curling smok from the chimney. He must take care of the camp, fetch the wood and water, and do the cooking. A guide who can do nil this is a competent man ami full worth the $3 a diy which is standatd price of a guide's services. But such guides are not numrerous, and the man who wants one has to look out for him. Spoilsmen who come into the woods every season take no chances on this prime matter. They engage the guides from year to year and treat them with the consideration their experience and ability deserve. b tain limit, inside PROFESSIONAL CARD. o:ATT0RNEY AT UWa HARTFORD, KY. Jn. N. tilcim. J.N. it. Wedding. LAWYERS, HARTFORD, KY. (Office, over AnuVrsou's GLENN & WEDDING, llasaar.) Will practice their, profession in all tho courts of Ohio and ndjoining counties, mid court of Appeals, Special attention given to criminal practice, and collections. James fs.. Saaaltli, PMEY ft LAff lIART'OKI, KY. Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appcajs. Special attention given to collections. Office east side of public square. Eingo, ggttorneys gt aw, O-iiff- E.D.OUFFY. 6s B.D.RIN0O Hartford., 2C0a.tVLC.c3r. iy .of Ohio and adjoining counties, Superior ColCourt and Court of Appeals. lections aud all legal business attend ed to. Office 329 E. Market St. Will practice in all courts E. R. WEDDING, Attorney at Law, Beaver Dam, Ky. Will practice his profession in all the courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Cntnrrli t'nnnot be Cured with local application, as they can jiot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease, and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years, and is a regular perscription. It is composed of the best tonics known, combined with the best blood purifiers, acting directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh. Send "" for testimonials, free. F. J. CHEENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all diuggists, price 75c Juplter'at'lfttiKnf elite. FROM TUB HAUTrORD NEWS. A neweranduioreaccuratecomputa-tlo- n by prof. Barnard nowdeterniines the true period of theflylng littde moon to be(i 1 hours, 57 minutes and 22,56 seconds.lt is the swiftest known moon in the solar system? It flies around the giant planet at the wild rate of 16.4. miles a second, a rate twelve times swifter than that of little Phobos, the inner of the two satelites ot Mars. These two littte niooris of Mars, also, were discovered by an American observer. Th(s fifth moon ofjupitet is not only very small so small, indeed, that even the space penetrating eye of the giant refractor on mount Hamilton falls to teveal it as a disk, and leaves it a mere steller point of light but is also very near the great planet. iProfiBamard does not believe it can exceed, even if it equals a diameter of one hundred miles truly a speck ttr see, by an observer stationed on our globe, 'gazing through a profound gulf of space about 400,000,000 of deep, and the tiny object is Hying around the majestic orb of Jupiter at the least possible distance consitent .with its own safety; for it is found to lie at a distance of 67,000 miles from Jupiteis Mirlacc, just outside of ft cer-- . A DIKrnecfiil Ntate or ArThlrs. Inspector General Breckenridge of the United States Regular Army has made a repoit to the Secretary of War in which he points out the utter of our Southern Atlantic coast, "fhe facts contained in this documen t are of great importance. The public should be made acquainted with the disgraceful condition to which Congressional stinginess and apathy have permitted the once formidable fortifications of our Southern seaboard to be reduced. Before the civil war the seacoasts of the United States were fairly well defended. We had some of the finest steam frigates in the world in our gallant little navy, and our seaboard fortifications were kept in repair and provided with armaments fully equal in efficiency tothoseofEuropeanfotts. while our population has doubled and our coast cities have increased enormously in wealth and importance, the long stretch of coast from Barataria Bay, La., to the Delaware River, lies utterly unprotected. The forts which were built with so much care and expense are obsolete Their and crumbling into ruins. guns are antiquated. There is not one of them which could not be kicked into rubbish in a few minutes by a single modem ironclad. Thanks to Republican energy and patriotism, we have a navy worthy of the American flag well under way; but it will be many years at our present rate of naval construction before we have a force of armorclads sufficient to aflord thorough protection to our rich seaports. Even when we have got the ships we shall need to back them up by modern fortifications on shore, aimed with the most effective guns. While the United States Govern-ha- s proceeded on the apparent presumption that we are never to have another war, Great Britian, our determined rival for commercial supremacy in the New World, has expended many millilons of pounds in constructing a chain of great sea fortresses to hem us in. Hallifax, Bermuda, Kingston and San Lucia bristle with heavy guns, and are equipped to serve as a basis of naval operations against the United Statc3 at a day's notice. Ncworlcans, Savanah, Charleston and Baltimore could be captured or bom-h- ? (. d by ironclads dispatched from Bi.Vuda or Kingston within three day if ter a declaration of war. R Ipublican statesmen have repeat- To-da- HARTFORD, KY. Will practico his profession iu all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, in County Attbr ney's office, in Court House. Lawy eR Perry Westerfield, Attorney at Law. BEA.VEB. Dam, Ky. il- - 8- - Wiifjg V III DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Is prepared to do all kinds of Dental work at reasonable prices. OALXj OINT lark I Jteitler Ths L:adkff Photograpicr ?i.Urei 1b Ertrr Strli in. Sin. SrOld Pictures Copied and Enlarged 04 v3 A SPECIALTY. 108J Main Street. 37m6 0WENSB0R0,KY r.ooi8Vn.iiE,Hr. Loom 1 atex. b.k . St. L3.i1 & mi iilnj Dallv. . km ;a SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV. 1, 111. No.61, Ho. 63, WEST BOUND. Dallj-- . at. 5.1 -- Lt. Louisville ...... ...... 7.43 a. m. U p. m. West Point... I.lla. m. 7:20 p.m. ...... 9.17 a.m. 8.07 p.m. Brandtoburg..... I rTloKton ......... ......... 0 4 a.m. I37p.m. ... 10.23 a.m. sjlp. to. Stophemport 10 44 a.m. I4p.ra. Cloverport .......... 0 11:11 a. m. p. m. Haweaville . hi n&l 1 ....... .... . ..... T.1 Lewliport.............. 'SpoUsvil J Ar. Henderson-,, J crrsfltfl re of security for our seaboard, mea cities. The Democracy, always hos- A.11si"iMilAnAttv1 - Tiriiif n ' Owenaboro .- ..... 11.33 12. 16 a.m. 10:34 p.m. ......... 14 1:24 p. m. 11:11 p. ra. p. m. 11.U p. m. 12:20 -- j&i ,v 'V ii - tile to the national interests, the foe' of the new navy, the malignant antagonist of every appropriation for modern guns or fortifications, has sullenly barred the way. The. idea of national strengh and power is hateful to the reactionary pollutions who rule the Democratic party. The welfare of a nation as a whole means nothing to these men. Each is intent only on advancing what he considers the interest of his own state or his section. These petty demagogues are always willing to vote for a fat appropriation for their own districts. But they would like to make our as defenceless against sudden "attacts as they hope to make our ballot boxes against fraud. There is, we fear, little ground for expecting that the present Congress, Democratic in both branches, will pay the slightest heed to the imperative duty of fortifying the national seacoasts, which He at the mercy .of the first sea-coas- ts EAST BOUND. Lv. Henderson....... .. .... 8pottsville..... pwe ni'wro. ..... ... -. Lewlsport... ..... ... p. m. No. S3, Dsllv. s. m. No.M, Daily Vil v 7.15 1 17 a.m. St 15p.m. .... Haweaville -. ... Cloverport Stephensport Irvlngton..... Brandenburg ............... .. West Point.. Ar, Louisville ......... ......... .. a. ra. S 37 p. m. a, m. 4 23 p. m. m. lUp.ni J3a. m. 8.30 p. m 10 01 a. m. 6 47 p. m. a. m. (.It p. m, p, m, 11.02 a. m. 11.29 a, ra. 7 Jl p. m. p. m. 1 0J p. irtT 1 00 p. ra, 04 p. m. Mi. v '1 J4 71 Tsalns No. II ana No. 62 make connection si Irvlngton (Sundajr excepted) with trains on Louisville, UsrJinsburs- - A Western lt. K., essl snd est bound. For further Information, address II. O, HORDUE, Gen. Ps'r Ag't. Lsulsville, Ky. "m WHEN YOU GO TO GALLON 0WEHSB0R0 1, tt .. C.Theo.Cain, T3I3B For the fincttand Mott Artittic Work, any lite or $tyle. SrU and 4th. .&! n'fJSt' .:f u &Jr i. Freieriea SL , tMfcwm 6m3JV ssauU. 2 ' i0 r t ,(i FxM'Z ;.- j. J fc.U" 4.m 4 j.-1- i XiTiLM xwjtttn ris flK.1?' . .. . icijiatas,-- . JT t ' i HjWii uy awpwy That taffy must be cheap in Horton pate anything but (ho usual Repubfiom last week's statement? lican majority, when he was given tbo nomination The fact that Mr. That the Republican is the most runUBHKD KVEHY F1UDAY M0IUUS0. Wtiiltakcr comes from the strongest jwpular pajcr in the county? Republican county will not work CERALVO. Editor rind Proprietor JO. B. KOMKKM, detriment to the interest of Mr. That Buck Fulkerson is always full Taylor. Butler has established the of gas? Friday, Octodkr ao, 1893. enviable reputation of voting the That Bob Eudaey is getting enorstraight Republican ticket and it mously ugly? REPUBLICAN TICKET. will not spoil tbat good record by Why Willie Her has gone to Hop- voting for Mr. Whittakcr. kiusville? FOU STATK SENATOR, in,..! Mr,....o.i udvuciuia 1... C. H. TAYLOR, uua tuut uuui uui uiu Of Ohio County married? TOR RKPRK3KNTATIVU, That W. R. Fulkerson still contin-ue- s Our friends not only in Hartford but w. n. AW TUT. to be a young lady's "head elsewhere are requested to make light?" for surr. or SCHOOLS, to this column. Give your U. N. riTZIIVUII. That Edgar Smith and Ernie Curname each time as a proof of good tis are two very handsome rivals? faith. We should like to have "Do Jack Frost has come ogam. That a j oung lady here is in love You Knows" fronl all the neighboring towns. Send iu by Wednesday. with two boys? Mr. W. M. Ainnv continues to That B. L. Kimbley's pocket-boo- k grow in popularity. That the woods arc full of drumhas censed to rattle? mers? Hartford College and the Beaver That Dr. G. L. Everly can't afford That Henry Orsborne is the dude Dam High School are both having a a moustache? of the College? very proeperous year. That W. E. Morton looks awful That Sam Cascbicr will attend the sad since Amelia Ann has gone? a primary election in Owcnobo last day of the World's Fair? At That Clarence Morris gets struck ro last Monday Alex C. Torakins That Banker Barnes, of Beaver on every girl that looks at him? was nominated as the Democratic Dam, denies that he is growing old? That Jessie Everley is looking candidate for the Legislature. That for fresh game you should around on these old hills for pearl? call on Dr. White and Lee Simmer-man- ? The campaign is warming up in That Bert Coffman would be ltind-MJin- e old Muhlenburg and day by clay the if he had Claude Smith's face? That nearly all the young men who majority for Dr. James, "Wal'' That V. D. Fulkerson. our busting visit Hartford get mashed on our Lewis and Slade Taylor continues to merchant, left Momhy for the World's girls? grow beautifully larger. Fair! Sixty-tw- o persons That from S L. Fulkerson and Jessie Hill The Democratic party is a party Hartford have attended the World's were accompanied by loved ones to Young man.you Fair? of broken pledges. the Greenville .Fair last Saturday? cannot afford to give your vote and That there are twentv-twsinele influence to wuch an organization. CROMWELL. girls in town who are of a marringa-bl- e That Cromwell has the best teachage? The recent victory of Vigilant over That C. J. Dunn wonders why er in the county? Valkyrie in the great yatch race is That Cromwell lias a good Sunday none of the girls don't fall in love another example of our seeming man School? with him? ifest destiny to excel the old world That Cromwell has n citizen that is That Master Burr Morton is learnin everything but the production of ing the printer's tarde under Sam 106 jears old? paupen. Anderson? That Cromwell is to have a livery and Poeple'a Party That a Hartford young man and stable soon? Democratic candidates for the various offices to his best girl are prepareing to attend That John B. Taylor failed to make connection with the Steamer Evans-vill- e be voted for at the next November the World's Fair shortly? on her down trip a few daysago? That there are exactly twenty-fiv- e election, made speeches at tho Court Very few single men doing business in our That A. K. Leach is our hustling House Monday evening. tjroceryman? were present, as their speeches were town who could support wives? old "chestnut" and nobody some old fogy at our neighthe same That That John T. Martin is our profesboring little village of O.vinsbDro sional cigar smoker? especially cared to hear them. says that Hartford is only "a wide when he has "em set up" to him. Mr. W. M. Autry combines in a place in the road? That W. T. Tillford's clerk thinks maiked degree those qualiei which he's the prettiest man in town? KINDERHOOK. make upjthe eilicient Representative That all thegirlsin Kinderhook are Thst Will Davis is a grape hunter? and the part of it which is so encourmashed on Bob Carson? "so says Miss Cook." aging is tho fact that the people That the Alexander school is "one That the women love George Ban-noThey of these qualities in him. the best in the county? prefer the plain citizen to the That Rev. McAfee p'reached a fine That B. F. Clark is the most pop-ulpolitician. sermon here last Sundayevening? man in town? epecially on That A. K. W. is thinking serious- Water Street. Besides his native ablility and his That Mr. T. A. Harding is a fine excellent education Mr. G. S. Fitz-hug- h ly on the matrimonial question? will bring to the administration That the Rni'UULiCAN is the best Tie and business man? That Jo. Kahn is always full of of the school afiaits of the county, paper in the county? as a successful years of experience That C. H. E. says that he is struck business' Ho is prepared for the on a certain young lady whose home teacher. That Cromwell has the best Board work and under his control tbe school is on No Creek. of Trustees of any town in the couninterests of the county will have conThat Miss Ida Smith says she has try? tinued prosperityy. the best grammar class in the coun-ty- ? That Cromwell is a good business Hartford Republican DO YOUKNOW i... o rev-ogni- ar Wm. A Easton, tho well known civil engineer, died at his home in Spottsville last Sunday at the age of 8 1. Iu his time he was probably the Ho best civil engineer in the State. superintended tho construction of the Spottsvile Locks and numerous turnpikes in different parts of the State. Ho was a man generally informed on all subjects a prominent member of tho presbytcrian Church and a model old fellow. politicians always no matter how many times they have been successful. A case in point is Mr. T. J. Smith. The people arc of tho opinion that Mr. Smith has fed at the public crib about long enough and the indications iio that a final quietus will bo p.it on his political caTho people are tired of the reer. professional politician. place? Professional run once too often Floyd Day, Lodge No. 576, ConcludPluuimer plays cinque ing in McLean county? ing with Tableaux, Goddess of Liberand gives thirteen on clubs, when he ty, Mabel Whitfiefd. Lodge No. 323. FRIENDSHIP. has not got a trump? Closing Song "My Old Kentucky is It has been given out that, with That Mollie Tatuni loves to make That Tom Hardin's Home," Children of Home. December number, the personal wheat cakes? tho Benediction, That Prof. Carl Soper is teaching equation will bo eliminated from Fet That Alan Leach has been looking our school and is giving general satIt will nodoubt be inlcrcstsllng to tor's SoulhernMagaiiic.niid the popu cross-eyeat a certain girl in Hor- isfaction? the people generally cspichlly to the lar periodical will be known in the ton? That Tommy Jeffy Smithy and Ze- children In our homes to see what future as The Southern Mnguinc. these orphan children ara able to do That this column in the Rkfudu-ca- n bra Horsey Shtiltz, Democratic Gen. Basil W, Duke continues as its is glowing more Interesting all A reading of the program will, how and would be with Mr. Opio uble Editor-in-Chiethe time? were in this locality a few days ago? ever, convey but a veiy imperfect Read ns Aeeociato Editor. The Southof the entertainThat Fred Tatum is very cute? That C. Slade Taylor, W. M. Awtry. idea of the merit ern MugiiiiG is truly representative ment. It was necessary to sec and That Tom Tatum has quit trying and Smith Fitzhugh are the men to of tho best culture of tho entire South hear it in order to appreciate its ex to vote for in November? is growing in favor with each to get a cook and has gone to cook and No one part could well be cellence. ing himself? That Davis and Lee Royal part spoken of as n feature when every issue. Why Bird Barnes did'nt stop to sec their moustache in the middle? part was asperfect as careful prepaTin: Masonic Grand Lodge of Ken- his girl the other evening? That James Boy Wcsterfield lias ration and fault'ess management tucky convened at Louisville TuesWhy Oscar Liles wants his coat set out? could make it. The singing, recita day morning iu its annual session, ruffled with red? Lee Royal, Select, has rented tions, drills' all, all Were excellent That and as has been the custom for the That we would like to, know grandmother's farm? past ten years, the children ot the where the Caneyville writer got that CK.VriCAI' OItOK. That Ben Harrison will be our Home gave an entertainment tho first ice wagon? Oct. 14. As J have not seen a letnext President? evening of tho session at Masonic ter from pur neighborhood for severThat Charlie Childs had better Thatfrof. B. J,ee Kelly teaches al weeks; I will endeavor to give jou hun-drTemple. There are over two shave with a broad-axea razor is school for dollars and cents and prac- a few items. children in the Homo and the too sharp for him. tices law for glory? Farmers arc almost done cutting occasion was a most pleasant one. That Lige I'lummer is as sweet as That John Daley FarniT and Alonzo tobacco. Elsowhero will bo found tho tho proever? White are dudes of the first water? Rev. Joshua Miller, of near Rock-por- t, gram, which, however, cannot be Why sonic people don't let their will preach at Miller's School-hous- e appreciated fully, savo by those who children read the Rkpuiimcan? That Rev. Cortez Cofcman's mousthe third Sunday at 1 o'clock were so fortunate as to hear it rendertache is "spilin" that boy? ROSINE. a. m. ed. The Heme is a most worty in That George Malone, our popular That we are having some nice Our school is progressing nicely, stitution, tho prido of Kentucky weather? groccryman, is still in the ring and with Prof. O. T. Tinsley as teacher. Masonry, and tho fraternity generally Mr. D. M Park nnd family attendWhere Col. J. S. R. Wedding got n t disfigured except by nature? will be interested to know of the his new watch charm? That Webb Kclley, Elmer Royal ed the Owenslwro Fair and report a marked success of thochildren in their pleasant time. Why R. L. Cannon never wears and Ellis Baize all want to marry? annual appearance before tbo Grand Mr. Albert Miller, of Memphis, his gold watch? That John Hendrix is married and Lodge. Tenn , is visiting the family of F.lijnh That Rositic has the sweetest girls your scribe wants to and can't? Miller. That Hon. Jo. Vickars is a leading That Mr. 0. Slado Taylor, of of any town in the county? Miss Etta Robertson is visiting in legal light of Fordsville? he's not Why Willie Moore, of Hartford, is Cromwell, is a man of tho highest Echols. character, that ho is well qualified for not prompt in answering his letters? working at it now.. Mr. J, J. Mclntyre, who has been tho position he seeks and that ho will That you should read the Riti'UiiM dangerouily ill is improving slowly. Npraktnir nt,No Crc!(. bo triumphantly elected no man accan every week? Iona. Prof. William Foster, Jr., Vice quainted with llio facts cin or a mo Why J. D. Whittlnghill likes to go President of Hartford College, by reTo rill n t'outrnel. ment truthfully deny. quest, will speak at No Creek on The Democ- over to the two story building? For the next ten days only, we racy has made a choice of a sacrifice Why A. L. Cannon docs not want Friday night, October the 27th, sub-jein tho person of Esquiro J. E. Whit-- , to join the nutting party Sunday? Education. Let every body be will pay fifty five cents a Bushel for present if possible, as Prof, Foster re- good wheat, test 58 and 9. 60 test taker, of Butler county. Mr. Whit-takThat Rosine has the most social ceived his early training at that place and over, sixty cents n bushel, delivis a pleasant gentleman, but ho young people in the county? and has since given his life to the ered at Hartford Water Mills. Remhas no idea of being elected, nor did Why Col. J. S. R. Wedding Ukes ember the ofler is only for ten days. cause of education. j tbe men who nominated liim antici- - to visit Rosine? J, W..FORD & Co. ham's bosom? here? That W. A. Gibson is a hustling That Dick Montague was a welcome School Furniture Agent? visitor here a few days ago? Lodge No. 51S. That the frost will get Harry MarVtnnfrol Solo and Pantomine "Now MosTint jovial LonRogers was in town tin's moustache if he don't take it in? One or two of good pop- es," Miss Dixie Shaw, Lodge No. 558 lar lumber. Address, That town Tattler is expected to Saturday evening? Alvin Price, Lodge No. 251. F. A. Amks & Co., That one of Ohio county's best visit us soon? he is well known Drill "Little Commandery" by 5 tf teachers Miss Effie Kahn is teachOwensboro, Ky. here. y, car-loa- Why n young man in this vicinity That Tom Cooper has learned the makes more trips to town and gets Milliners trade? but he still takes more letters than any body else? What has become of Daisy Deane? That a protracted meeting begins at Green River next Sunday? HORTON. That Ed Bailey looks HkeAbraham That the Tie men are all leiving? the peddler? Iuat Madam Rumor has it that That James Muir is all smiles it's there will be a wedding in town a girl? long? That John Long and ltd Bailey got That John X. Taylor fell over the lost the other night? fence the other day and sprained a That Ella McCIure is like Lazarus rib? of old? wants to be carried to AbraThat Sheriff Porter is quite popular s. he-fo- re nnprrlHlriiitrnlN Apioliilinruts. Capital Stock 25, 000 00 1 will visit the following schools at Surplus . . 5,250.00 times named: Bach o( Hood's SrsoparUl.Vs rrraJrrfal Reserve Fund 1,293.14 MONDAY, OCT. 30. I concluded to eIto It a fair trial. Interest and F.xchanc . . . 3,047.59 cam tilt VTbtn 1 wai taklnr th.3 first botUa I could feel a Deposits 64,426.94 9 a. m,, No. 44, J. S. Field. chanco for U10 better; mr apeUlo Increased AUd my limbs becama les stiff. I lure now taken 1 1:30, a. m., No. 62, Ira Petty. four bolUes nnd am happy to say I ca 1 work as 99.r, 67 wellastYcr I could before. 1 recommended 2 p. in., No. 39, J. W. Petty. JOHN H.'BARNF.S.CASimtR. TUESDAY, OCT. 31. Sworn nnd subscribed to before me 8 a. 111., No. 112, Miss Motile Tun-stal- l. to my cousin, who has recclrcd qually rood effects from lb I cannot speak too nlihly ot June 30. 1893. I uiira. Hood's fiampartlla. Mil. Rowan HouiHooks.-C- . O. C. C N. K. oof. Caroline and McMderry Ht . 11:30, a. in. No 34, D. II. GoJsey. Md. lie sure to Ret Hood's. By Siiiiuiv Taylor, D. C. 2:30' p. m., No. 71, L W. Godsey. HOOD'B PlLLO are hand made, and perfect tapraporUonandappearano. 2&o.perbex. Our business continues to grow, as WEDNESDAY.NOV. i. 8 a. m., No. 102, Catl Soper One word describesit "perfection." the above statement will show, both 11:30. No. 35, We refer to De Witt's Witch 1 axel in magnitude and prosperity. Two 2 p. m No. 73, U. C. DarnetL Salve, which cures obstinate soics, ycais ago a deposit of $'25,600; one y $64,000. THURSDAY, NOV. 2. burns, skin diseases and is a well year ago $ 15,000; This is due to the fact that the younjr known cure for plies. 1.. B. Be vn 8am, No. 5, A. P. Thomis. rr.cn are beginning to realize that it is 10 a. m., No, W. T. Sandets. FITS. All fits stopped ficc by Dr. Hot the money made but the money 1 p. m No. 31, G. W. Millet. The Trustees and patrons are re- Kline,'s Great Nerve Restoicr. No s ived th it octs them up in business. The man who'saves each day and puts quested to be present. It is especialfits after first day's use. Marvelous ly nccessiry that the full Board of. cures. Treatise and $2.00 trial bottle-Irc- c at .interest fifty cents, will in fifty Trustees be on hand, as important to Fit cases. Scud to Dr. Kline, years be worth 58,000 Rich! Wc arc here to assist the business Areh St , Phila . Pa. For sale by business will be transacted with each 931 36 ly interests of the county, and we solicit District. Trustees will bring their all druggists: call on yours. nnd nppieciale the account of every Record Book and District Boundary. Miikonlr r.ntrrtnliimiMit. pushing, enterprising individual or ttlr la Hip Wi.rl r I'nlr. B. Rogers Rcsp'y, Jo. Call on agents of the UmN ville, St. firm. JOHN 1!.ARNFS.Cashiku. The lollowing is a program which Louis and Texas Railway before purwas rendered by the children of the Ksrrnlnro Nlr. Masonic Home before the Grand On Saturday the 21st dny of Oct., chasing your ticket t Chimgo. Di rect connection made with all lines Lodge ot Kentucky at Mnsonic Tem1893, at the residence of the late JoSTOPPED FREE ple Theater, in Louisville, October 17, seph C. Harnett, in Ohio County, Ky., via Louisville." Good service nndlyst IWMPwSWStSttMW ur.mjdUim U1UT we will offer for sale at public out- of attention shown tr pise. ncrs 1S93: For further information address i..wK;.i71VJSJ-Ail."2 -icry to the highest bidder a totof farmPrayer Grand Chaplain. II. C. Moitue'K, Presentation of Children C. K. ing implements, horses, mules, cows, " lltfMllMM IUIt.,....u Asst G PA. t Caror, Vice President Board of Di- hogs, corn, hay &c. Mt1. M'iAt4V.jLftd Louis ille, Ky hllMLLAl.W """I W Ul SLI 1.M Arth HXnaa made known on day of site. Terms rectors Wood Tinslkv, ) Response T.Specd Smith, Grand C. M. Barmktt j Master. Chorus "Welcome" Children of The great value of Hold's Samp the Home. as a remedy for catarih is vouch-- TO SIUJ Till- Soii "Where do all the Flowers ed for by thousands of people whom go?" Kintergarten Glass. it has cured. Recitation "How Ginnie Eased - - .11 - 7. FT3r Her Mind" Miss Laura McDaniel, The joint meeting of the Hartford Lodge No 594 and Buford Teachers' As?ochtion "Only a Tangle of convenes at the Methodist Church Golden Curls" Dixie Shaw, Lodge at Beda morning Tint No. 55S, Hadie Newkirk, Lodge No. able and energetic teisher. Prof C. 158 Edgar Pipes, Lodge No. 430, M. Crowe, his made airangements to Floyd Day, Lodge No. 576. entertain a large crowd an dinner Redtntion "St. Peterat the Gate" will b; furnishe on ths gro i:id All Miss Dollie Williams,!) Ige No 616. the teachers in both Districts arc exMjuse Trap Floyd Day, Lodge pected to be present besides a goo lly No. 576, Sallie Gohlson, Lodge No. number of patrons and pupils. 4S9, Dixie Shaw, Lodge No 55S, y Onlyn llojl 11 . j. Julia Leslie, Lodge No 531, Dollie IMOltl S CUT Ot The above charming booklet sent V lUSt 10111 William'?, Lodge No 616, Kate u nidi, iui www uuiiiii. ii 11 Lodge No. 531, Fannie fr G. Wkigiit, Rlchardsville, Ky. Long, Iodge No 66. If you can aflord to be annojed by Song "Kiss and Let's Make Up" Monsie Williams, Lodge No.- - 616, sick headache and constipation, don't He will savo you MONEY by lluying from HIM. Will use De Witt's Little Iiurly Risers for Frank Stitli, LoJge No. 122. cell you a lluggy. Harness, Lap Duster hey will cure them. and Whip from $60.00 L. B. Bijan. Recitation Wedding "Caudle's up to $75.00. The Davis Carriage Company has the reputa-tio- n Day" Eddie Kelley, Ledge No. 575. Attention Frlruil. Song and Chorus "Aunt Dinah's of building the best lluggy for the money of To avoid delay address all business any Factory Quilting Party" Kate and Ida letters and matter for publication to in Cincinnati. Ber-lLodge No. 531, Madge Lodge No. 66, Nannie Gabhart, the RisrunuCAN, Hartford, Ky. KIMtEltllflOK. The school at Alexander is progressing nicely under the management of Miss Ida Smith. Miss Minnie Baird is visiting near Ccntcrtown, tbe guest of her sister, Mrs. AbbleTichenor. Miss Lottie Sorrels has returned to her home at Cromwell, after a long visit licrontuoag friends nnd relatives. Millard Tichenor, wife and chll- dien, ot near Centertown, spent Sat ' urday night and Sunday in this vl cinuy 111c guests 01 a. u uairu nna family. Miss Gettrudc Mills, who is teaching school near Magan, spent Saturday night with her father's family, of this place. Miss Ollic Lashbrook, of Daviess county, is visiting the family of J. W. Stevens at this writing. Sherman Stevens left for Daviess county Sunday ,( where he has secured a position with the Hedge Fence Company. Rev J: R McAfee preached at Alexander Schoolhousc Sunday evening to a very attentive audience. Wc hope to hear him again in the near future. U. C. Birnctt spent Saturday night and Sunday at home. T F. Webb sold a horse to Dr. Holmes, of Loni' Station, which brought him one hundred and scventyifive dollars. Miss Mollie Humphrey, of Bcda, spent Sunday in this vicinity, the guest of Mrs. Laura McKinney.. Willie Spurrier, wife and children, Whitesville, are visiting in the neighbo:hood at this writing, the guests of J. W. Stevens and family. II. A. Baird and lady spent Sunday in Hartford the guests of Neat Hoover. T E. Webb and Wesley Stevens made a business trip to Daviess county the first of last week. Rev. Winkler filled his regular at Beda last Sunday. More w lien it happens. A. S. M. fa hi; xnr.H wr.1.1.. BY DAISY DliAN Fare thee well my n., for njv, Fare thee well, Hitter though will be the sorrow That this parting gives to me dn-ct'ov:- di It will cause me nnny a heartache, lliillilliijt 'tnlrrtnl. Any one needing building material of any kind, such ns lumber, ceiling, flooring, windows, sash, doors, lime, cement, or builders hardware, would do well to call 01: or write to Cary & Marble, Owensboro, Ky. Many a tear drop, many a sigh, It will cause my lite to wither, And take the lustre from my ro, But I know that it is better, Better now that I should go, Better now that I shouldleave thee, Than thy guilt and falseness know. 1 i, m Statement of tho Condition OF THIS Beaver Dam Of Raltlmoro. Though I kno.vthou hist not told mc In words that are plain and true, Yet thy actions speak more plainly What thy lips refuse to do. That thou carest for another, For thy actions plainly show it, That thou carest not for inc. For another is more dear to thee, DEPOSIT BANK tt tho CI080 of BuainoBs Julio 30,1893. KES0URCE8. Cure. Notes and Bills Real Instate Furniture and Fixtures . Expenses paid Cash on hnnd audiiiB'ks 'V Sciatic Rheumatism Severo Pain and Stiffness ' I m not only vllllnj, but mend Hood's B&mpullla. So fare thee well my clearest loved one, Happy be thy lot below. May thy bosom thrill with pleasure Mine can can never hope to know. McIIenry, Ky., Oct , 15 1893, i f 76,205. . 14 BotUet of llood'trtrftctto recominiloui I wii 3,000.00 864. 98 . 1,500.00 . and sUSnessln my llmMjntUmu trains turdly able to walk. I consulted a MTrpitn taken with n, .17,447.55 $99,017.67 who pronounced tny trouble. iciaUo IbeumaUsm. Notwithstanding I took medicine, instead ot better. Ihadreadeo LIABILITIES. Hood's Cures Hood's Sarsapariila IlalU-mor- e. 1 to-da- ill ITS v. ." Come to Hartford l!35&rp . , Qu-.rtet- tc kg? ; 1 1 SPRING OPENING; OF -- lj. JJllinneS f the Davis Carriage Company. So come and judge for yourself. 4 That Ben son-in-la- d vote-hunte- s, ing, windows, sash, doors, lime, cement, Building Material. $37.50 SOUTHERN QUEEN S37.50 is it possible lop Buggy wilh Silver -plated Dash Rail, Seat Rail, Handles. Hub Bands and Shaft Tips, for aboe price Any one needing d a building material of O r any kind, such as lumber, ceiling.floor-- ' ' " 15 .. 1 " O -- J ij c or builders hardware would do well to call on or write to 8 qyo P Wnte for our New 80 page Catalogue of all kinds of Vehicles. Address Oary O wensboro, Ky. -- Marble, CINCINNATI. THE SOUTHERN BUGGY 00. OHIO. U.S.. A. C' SJMftlJLBR.ig eJ ? 1 Hft m UfZsssBKIsr EBaC'&JHBlttflF Vlka3rsv!ls9sHrVssssssssssV mtlE ct We are manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surrles and Carriages, amMsal directly with the consumer, thus saving him the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Ow priest art reas' ' onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. , Respectfully, . ".. Von IXrill X.ils.e. F. A. AMES er dCO. Jt Owensboro, Ky. T i, .,. "i 1 iiiiijjsWifriW 'hi ii -- iir.,,,,1. X f y -- . & "t5 V If '" '" . , r "r ""'V- - - v' r r W. H. WILLIAMS LEADS. PERSONAL ': Fall Clothing. ;' .- '- -'.. Flour and meal at Williams'. Tom Bell, Buford was in town Wednesday. G. W. Maddox, Beaver Dam, was Thos. H. Bean is at the Commer- in town Monday. cial Hotel. Call and sec him. 2t J. S. Leisure and wife, Beda, won. The Hartfotd Boat Club went down In town Wednesday, the River yesterday for a few days I.E. McClure, Horton, m.ule us n hunting. , pleasant call Monday. y Catc jeans, flannel, yarns and Owen, Livcrtnore, Thomas at Fair Bros. & Co.'s only. called to see us Tuesday. , went to O.vansboro Perry Fair Bros. & Co. can and will save Saturday returning Sunday. the farmer money on all their winter suplics. K. V. iWilliams, McHenry, was pleasant caller Wednesday. NEW CROP of NEW ORLEANS W H. H. Park, of the the BcJa molasses and CORN SYRUP at W.H. neighborhood, was in town Tuesday. Wllliams Rev. J. R. Crawford and wife, Don't fall to see the MAMMOTH Owensboro, are visiting relatives in stock of groceries at W. H. Williams'. the city. Wholesale and retail. Col. C. M. Barnett and family, It is useless to say that W. II. Will-lam- s Owensboro, are visiting relatives on has free DELIVERY, for they No Creek. all know It. R. P. Hocker, one of Beaver Dani's enterprising merchants, was in town Remember that Thos. Bean is at Wednesday. the Commercial, where he will be Mi3s Susie Maytleft Tuesday for be pleased to see his friends. 2t Ownesboro where she .will spend the Considerable frost fell Sunday and winter with friends, and relatives. Monday nights, doing much damage Miss Glenn Bibb, .. who has been to tobacco and late corn in some lo- spending somctima visiting hef sister, calities. Mrs. Mac Fair, left' for her home ' Monday. Specialists are devoting much time F. W. Yeiser, Todd Massie, Alex to the study of the Tobacco Opiom Westerfield, Sam Cascbier and "Miss' and Drink Habit, but Hill's Chloride of Gold Tablets are the. only remedy Herinic Gueuther, City, and Miss yet discovered which works a speedy, Lcta Raglahd, Rosinc, attended the Using them, the Greenvillle Fair last week. permanent cure. Misa Sue JenkiUs, who is con luct-In- g patient can continue his practices una very successful school near Mc-- , til, gradually and of his own accord, Henry, spent Saturday arid Sunday he loses the desire and finds himself Mrj. free from vhe fetters of his terrible In town, the guest of her aunt, G. C. Westerfield. Ask your local druggist for curse. Hon. E. Dudley Walker and his Hill's Chloride of Gold Tablets and talented daughter. Miss Lizzie, Kentake no other. tucky's charming poctes3, arc the guests of Commomwealth's Attorney Mr. Sam Anderson, the able Foreman of the Republican office is tak- - J. Edwin Rowe and .will remain in OwenEboro .ing a much deserved recreation at the city until Tri lay. ; the World's Fair. Sam is an excel- Messenger. Dr. J. S.Morton, Owdn Thomas and lent printer and newspaper man and has risen rapidly in his profession. sister, Miss Stella Thomas,. A. D, He has been with the RnrunuCAN White, Dr. J. H. White, Ernest Trathe past two years and during that cy, Sam A. Anderson, Dr. E. B. A. R. Carson, James department Pendleton, time the mechanical has constantly improved and the Job Lyons, Marvin Dean and Miss Emma Work turned out under his manage- Fair are attending the( World's Fair ment will compare favorably with this week. that of any country printing office in 120.00 IN GOLD the State. He is quite popular with Will be given in premiums at our anthe people and has a very auspicious future! The utjpunr.iCAN is proud of nual Tobacco Show, which will be its foreman and wishes him all the held at our store in BEAVER DAM fun on his outing that the Windy on Saturday, NOV. 4th, 1893, for the He best sample of Burley and Pryor or City and great Fair can afford. returns next Monday. 'Red Tobacco, each a Ten Dollar Gold piece will be given. Tobacco Mclleiiry.Gooilloe. At Aftoti, Va.. on Wednesday night to be grown in Ohio county with the the Hon. John J. McIIeniy of this nid of "Homestead Tobacco, Grower." place and Miss Annie Goodloc, of Samples to contain not less thaa five Afton, were married, the" Rev. J. B. pounds and accompanied by a writAtlanta, Ga., proHawthorne, of nouncing the ceremony. Mr. Lem ten statement of, method pfcultiva- McIIenry, brother of the groom, was tion, &c. , best man and Hon. E. J. McDennott, This is done to encourage the cultThere of Loiiisville, groomsman. oYth'e were a number of other attendants ure of the great money 'staple whose names we failed tb obtain. The country. Let every .farmer bring in Experienced judges will wedding was a brilliant one and forms a sample. the social event of the season in the be on hand. Show at t p. in. pleasant little Virginia city. It joins Hocker & Co. the hearts of two excellent young pa-plprominent both in Virginia and Kentucky and whose future is radiant with bright prospects of success and happiness. The many friends of Mr. McHenry, among them" the A Letter I'siicri-iilnjoin in congratulating him on his Urud'nfr. LaGrangb, Ky., Oct. 9, '93. good fortune and In extending to his Home and Farm. beautiful and accomplished bride a Editor Home and School: Your recordial welcome in her future home. On yesterday the wedding party quest for information in reference to started on an extended bridal tour. grading in the public schools is a '" Washington, New York, Albany, reasonable one, and I am glad Boston. Chicago and other cities will you have asked for it, 'and hope all be visited. The party will arrive teachers will give their experience along that line. I. have always conhere about November 7th. tended that the country Schools could be graded systematically, and hail 81.000 For Nolhlnif. President St., with delight an opportunity to put the Curtis Buntin, On taking Brooklyn New York, spent $1,000 idea into practical use. with doctors, and at famous watering charge of a large school three weeks places, in:the effort to cure a bad ago, I found, as usual, pupils in the case of Rheumatism, but to no avail. 5th reader who knew, nothing of remedy arithmetic, but little of- - geography, Drummoud's Lightning helped him from the start, and by next to nothing and in many cases restored. worse than nothing, of grammar, and its use. he was fully My first ) It will do the same for you if you so on all theway through. f will give it a trial. Ask your drug- act was to put about of them gist lor it, and if he has not got it, back to 4th reader grade, and am satwrite to the Drummond Medicine Co., isfied that in a few cases I should 0 Maiden Lane, New York. have put back to 3d. After a few days work I found that a goodly number Agents wanteds retained in 5th grade.. had to beset back to 4th in arithmetic, but were At Homo. Haviug had an excellentseason"on able to keep up In other studieSjwhich, the road" with my splendid photo- necessitated a crossing pf grades; then graphing ontGt I have uow establish- two or three were compelled to step ed my gallery permanently at my down to 4th ingeograpnyalso, but I new house In Beaver Dani,Ky. .where have now the entire) pejiool of sixty I am fully equipped for doing all in the five grades, and with the noted, all working together Cabikinds of photographic work. according to plan mapped out by the net photo1sa.8pecialty. InstantaneCall State Board, and the "dally programme ous photographs of children. carried out about to the letter, and I and see my work. Very truly. like it. There was a little dissatisfacA. D. Taylor. tion manifested at first, but all soon accepted the situation and entered AKewnnCol 83,000 Will be given for any case of Rheu- heartily into the work. matism which cannot be cured with As to the dissatisfaction that tuny Drmniond's. Lightning Remedy. The arise in any Instance, let me say that proprietors do not hide this offer, but my experience leads me to believe print it In bold type on their circu- that all opposition to the order, of lars, wrappers, printed matter, and things can be easily overcome by just through the columns of the newspa- a little firmness on the part of the pers, everywhere. It will work won- teacher. But, unfortunately, a9 yon ders one bottle curing any ordinary suggest fn "Views and Viewlets,!' case. If your druggist does not the uveragc teacher asks each pupil keep, h,wlll order it, or it will be what he proposes to study and is govsent to any address by express on re- erned, by the wish accordingly. ceipt of price, together with special I am oneofthe "old timers," a regInstructions for use. Drummond's ular back number, but I try to come Medicine Co., 48.50 Maiden Lane, out each year a revised edition, and New York. Agents wanted. if I am not able to keep step to the music of .progress I w'tll fall out of the ranks and not hinder the procesT Parties using our socks for saddle sion. County Superintendents abould blankets and various other purposes, see to it that teachers put the course loaned them for a few days, will please prepared by the State Board, Into return same. We have immediate working order in every school in 7..0 Kino the State. use for them. J. W. FordJiCo PICNIC HAMSat W.'ll. Williams'. Try ine. lin-sc- s 'Ther condition of the mnrket makes it possible for us to . ..:-- ' WE IFOIES m nn H9 HB kkH kkHJ IkkV kkka kkka spy : A FALL IN CLOTHING fc1 W-- You can get just what you need at just about your own price. ": . D' "JwagjgZBEj-aigzanaeauugmameaca- MONEWEYMONEY! The manufacturers have sent us the goods ard now they want and must have the CASH. We arc bound to raise it even though we-arcompelled to SACRIFICE a $20,000 STOCK .of CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, DRY GOODS, EURNISHING GOODS, Etc. Every article, no matter be what it may, it must be sold. Owing to limited space and time, Ave cannot quote prices, biit will guarantee to all a e , THERE NEVER WAS SUCH A TIME if.' -- ' And we hope, in all sincerity, that there never will be such a time again. But we can't mend matters by wish-r- f ining we must : i . .''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 manufacturers. We gain nothing. IT'S ALL for YOU. Now is your opportunity to buy your fall goods. REMEMBEK, every Article is at your MERCY. We refuse no reasonable offer. BE DP AND-DOING- . J I The goods were ordered when everybody thought times were good. I i ,. Our Stock Must Go! if you can use a suit and of course you can't get through the winter in a sumSo, " COME EARLY AND SECURE THE CHOICE Selections Of ESrLtii Stools., !E2'espect-vjLll37', oomb iint 3Lrsri rPetlBLG Your X1o1jl. V:. J" mer blazer why , This means business from the word jump! ' FAIR BROS, &C0 Hard times Clothiers. Friday, Octoiirk jo, Sec our Cloaks. 1893. . :. Try Stevens & Collins. Cakson & Co. Wear-for-ever V i7?, ,. i. Call on Tracy & Son for fresh groceries. KH ftV Bl tffe :4b i lP''-- . ; . i Duy the Anderson For fresh groceries call on Stevens Carson & Co. shoes for school. & Collins. The best display ot dress goods is Tracy & Son keep none but fresh at Carson & Co's. groceries. ' The best stock or Clothing in Ohio Call on Tr.icy &Son for new crop county is at Carson & Co's. Sorghum. We have every style and shape of For a horse and buggy, cheap, Carson & Co. Hats. call on C. L. Field. See Fair Bros. & Co.s' new line of For hams, bacon, lard, &c , call on soft and stiff hats. Stevens & Collins. See Fair Bros. & Co. line of ladies, Cannd drips and New eOrleans momisses andchildrens fine cloaks. lasses at Stevens & Collins. See Fair Bros. & Co.'s new line of If you want your horse well cared blankeU and comloits before buying. for leave It at C. U Field. The best and cheapest line of milliC. L. Field' 'bus meets alt day nery in Hartford at Fair Baos. & Co. trains, Leave your orders with him. A nice line ot ladies and gents unStop at the Commercial Hotel. derwear just received at Fair Bros. & at Thos. H. Bean is the proprietor, ' Co. y Old mattresses, lounges and chairs Don'tforgct that C. R. Martin He appreciates can be made as good as new by James wants your trade. past favors and asks a continuance Blaine, of the same. Vaught's Leave all orders For Sai.k A fine young saddle or at Smoot's gall horse, cheap for cash. Apply to S. th) AMKS DLAIN8. A. Andkrson, Hartford, Ky. Hood's Tills cure liver ills, conIf you need any watch, cjock, jew- sumption, biliousness, jaundice, sick elry or spectacle repairing, call on headache, indigestion. the old reliable, C. Rv 'Martin, the fail to have your old sofa, best" Jeweler in Kentucky. lounges and chairs repaired while John J. McIIenry and sister, Miss Jarffes Blaine, the Upholster, is in Jsabelle, and Miss Sallie Cite left tdwn. Monday for Afton,Va.,where Mr, No lew than foitv nersons from was married Wednesday. Greenville, Beaver. Dam, and InterFor the lowest price and the best World-- s stations went to ' terms on School Furniture and appa- vening Monday morning the excursion. on the ratus, required by the new school law, Read the able article from the pen W. A. Gibson, Agt 6ee or write of Z. O. King found In another colHartford, Ky. umn. It deserves the attention of all Don't forget that Carson & Co. our people and especially the teachcarry a full and complete line of ers. fancy jrroceries.whlch will Atty. J. A. Smith, Lee Simmer- bejjold like all other goods they sell nn a h untitle nan anA Tin Vail at the lowest cash prices. expedition yesterday. They will stop Buy your School Furniture and ap- at Mr. Smith's fathers', Rev. A. B. paratus, required by the new school Smiths, Mchenry, till Sunday. law, of the United States School Rev. J. R. McAfee preached a very Furniture Co. W. A. Gibson, Agt. able and Interesting sermon at AlexHartford Ky, g ander last Sunday eve&lng. This The season will soon be here when young divine has many friends you will spend the most ot your time in that community who wilt be glad In doors. See Carson & Co's mamto hear him any time he may choose moth stock of furniture and fix up to come, ,, your home for a winter of pleasure Pleasant Ridge la tin 'a building and comfort. boora Several ueW dwellings are in J. L. Carson, who has been engag- const! action. Jones St Morektad.are ed in building a house for VVill TiU-for- d bnlldUg a big atoreaouae asd a Stock at Cromwell, returned home Company composed of Meaers. Dink Sunday and left Wednesday for Pleas- WesUrM,.J. p. Hoovaraad others ant Ridge where Is building a dwel- are Flaming Mill. ling house for Dink Westerfield. While gatkering apples, last week, of the Kinder-hoo- k Sam Mosely, of color, who forged Mr. Wm. neighborhood, came near taking i'tWs brother, Dan's, name to a check for tenfellars and was indicted by the hold ot a large copperhead snake.f r. last Grand Jury,, was arrested 'in Ward at once dispatched the reptile, Greenville last week and was brought which proved to be the largest of the ."back here last Friday and placed in the kind killed in thatountry for many years. . , Jail.. , &&' .M.KAHN. . The house that defies' competition and laughs at opposition e, JExanination Friday November, 3d. White Teachers' ASSIGNEES SALE rOIF1- - 1 fl i ERAL MERCHANDISE At Beaver Dam, Kentucky. The entire Stock of General Merchandise of the late Arm of i s IB m D. J. COLEMA1T & CO., Dat one-hal- Is now offered at and below COST. This stock consists of a welj selected line in every department of a 0-EHnTEIXS- Mc-Hen- ry 48-5- . .ZL. sta-ple.a- ant ris-In- A large line of Mens and Bays Clothing. A large line of Womens' Clpajts and Wraps of the latest Styles and Quality. In this line will-b- e found many bargains for this Eall and Winter. A complete line of Men, Women and Children's Shoes. Hats, Caps, BrjGoods 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 Respectfully, is sold. w. -- A& a . My i & - G. M. MADDOX; This October 3, 1893. The AflverlUliiff Of Hood's Sarsaparilla is always with in the bonds of reason because it is- true; it always appeals to the sober common sense of thinking people, because it is true; and it is always iully substantiated by endorsements which, in the financial world would be accepted without a moment's lies itation. J iVssignee enalafkrg -- , CPENCERIANS BooK-Koepi- B Tho groat Klvo piuwport to ImMuosa ami I!atlntraa mHCollegeii. practicala nustnosa Trnlnlptr. Aadrossurcoss. "" Oollegrn. Spanoortou Beo'y. WVKnou KBpencor, Fres'tV 5. Louisville, Ky., Owensboro, Ky., or Evansvllle, Ind- - K '1 .. '' It If-- - v Jftj'V! J 51 a. .".. ... '." .' ',L. i.'jtj v . ''. LfU. . m.,-- .i j! ,.JS tr. ! .1 I'' ' 'A'! M ;AA, t.l, kr ixJt Iwj ti'k3wJ&&i0nieMwuwmamt tiTHM y pwMwyjiPEJ TJiyuimLiwjijwmmi hi hi, nj pwwwimwwjy mn uji nm www jm iyy' wi'iiw anyaa Hartford Republic Kkiuav, Octobku 20, 1893. MY ' -- r NEIGHbOR'S BOY. He seems lo bo several boys In nnc, 80 much Is lio constantly cvciy where! And tlio mischievous thing I hut boy lifts dont No mind can remember nir mouth declare Io fill tho whole of his slinru f fpncj With his strung, strnlulit fuim mil I.U tactry face. Ho Is very cowardly, very hrm c; Ho Is kind and cruel. Rood nnd bad, A brute nnd a hero! Who will sate The best from tho worst of my nclghbor'1 Tho mean and the noblu strive toJnyi Which of the powers will have Its wayT Tho world Is needing his Blretiftth and bI.111. lie will make hearts happy or l.iako them ache. What power Is in him for cood or 111? Which of life's paths will his swift feet takel Will he rlso and draw others up to him, Or tho lltfht that lain him burn low and dlmT Jlut what Is my neighbor's tmy to me More than n r.nls.incc? My nelehbnr's boy. Though I lime some fiars for hut ho may bo, Is a source of solicitude, hopo nnd Joy And a constant pleasure, because I pray That tho best that Is In lilm may rule soml day. He passes mo w Ith a smllo nnd a nod. Ho knows I hai o hope of h.lm, rucsec, tno. That I whisper his name when I ask of Uod That men may be righteous, his w III to do. And I think that many would linvo mora joy If they loved and prayed for a neighbor's bojl M. Farnlngbam In Christian Advocate. lull MAGIC IN THE EAST. I have intended to tell tho story of little Akll before. I don't know why haven't dono so, unless it has been because lint I will tell the story thit 1 time. I had been journeying through Egypt in company with my friend, Harry Kel lar, the magician. We were stopping nl tho quaint old town of Boolak, which h situated on tho right bank of tho Kile, nl tho divergence of its Felnsinc branch, ono milo northwest of the historic citj of Cairo, of which it forms n suburb. Our host was mi Egyptian grandee, whoso fino country placo overlooked the shipping from just outside the mor densely populated part of tho town. One day we wero strolling down neai tho landings when nu old Egyptian market woman besought us to purchase somo of her tamarinds, naming an exorbitant price. "Why, my good mother, do you sell theso tamarinds nt that low figure?" exclaimed Kcllar in mild surprise, addressing her in her own tonguo. "They aro worth much moro than that, I am Sho looked surprised; so did our host. "Yes, I was suro of it," Kellar continued, nnd ho broke ono of those that he had taken up and drew n small copper coin of tho country from its center. For a moinont the woman was toe startled to do moro than regard the coin with wonder. Then, however, her natural avarico nsserted itself, and she fiiuitclvd tho bit away from Kellar's unresisting hand. "All I I seo you are n fakir," our host said smilingly us wo moved on. "It win well done. Now I know that yon nnd my other esteemed friend hero will more sure." higher, gimluiilly Knowing smaller and entailer as ho ascended until ho actually disappeared from view. Yet wo could tell that ho was still climbing nway tit there, for the rojio beforo us trembled with the motion that ho made. Abalunl did his best to study it. Then suddenly tho fakir chipped hit hands and sprang to one sldo. We heard tho rushing sound of n body fallinri through the air, and then tho form ol Akll lauded upon his feet beforo us uu liuit and smiling. Another chipping ol Abalani'a hands, and ropo and boy both disappeared. The fakir stood alone beforo us. Kellai and I were mystified. Ho asked thai Abalani iierform the trick again. When it had been done a second time, Abalani left us 113 perplexed ns before. For my part I gave tho whole riddh up. I had 6ecii ninny 11 strange feat ol jugglery, but this 0110 completely non pluctd me. Kellar was determined nol to leave Boolak until ho had satisfied himself ns to how tho trick, or feat, had been jKirformed. A week passed. Our host enjoyed Kellar's quandary keenly ns a boy, nnd joked him about it. However, Kellai joined us on tho porch ono afternoon with 11 certain amused expression iijmji: hii faco that made me feel reasonably sure that something interesting was up, "I should liko to seo little Akli climL just onco moro this afternoon," ho said, dropping into n low steamer chair with more satisfaction than I had noticed him o inco for the past week, "Con and should bo leaving tomorrow or the next duy tit tho latest." To make known a wish thero was tc haoit gratified. After coffee that Abalaui canio wnlking gravely up tho shaded path, his slight figure clothed us before in the flowing mantle and scanty breechcloth Hint dark copper ring, a shado lighter in color than the breast it hung against, his only decoration. As before, he was alone. , Thero wero tho same low salaams, hi) dry, hard palms that were of almost the whiteness of mine being stretched over us. Few words were spoken. Tho man could not have been more deferential. But nt tho came time I thought that detected a gleam of egotistical challenge in his dark eyes that mado mo hope Kcllar would succeed in detecting his trick and iucrwu-ei- l my desiro to know how it " was performed. Wo moved down to tho placo in the garden where wo had witnessed tho net before, Kellar slipping into tho houso n moment first. Little Akli appeared ns bright and smiling as when we had first seen him. The ropo appeared, Akll had climbed it, when I heard 11 slight, sharp "click!" on tho sldo whero Kellar was standing. When littlo Akli had clambered out of sight, Abalani clapped his hands twice. We shuddered as wo heard tho sound of Akli's falling body. The ropo "had disappeared, and tho littlo fellow stood thero bowing beforo us. Tho next moment ho was gone. Kellar hurried mo into tho houso and to our room. Tho room had a dark clooet, and toon Kellar was hold up a dripping 4 by 5 plato from his camera for 1110 to view by tho dim light of our 1 iKS, ...i1 OF HIS LADY'3 THIASURES. ' t took her dainty eyes, ne well As silken tendrils of her hair, And Ml mado a Villain llcl I took her voice, nslhcr bell. As clear as song, as soft asnrnjen I took her dainty eyesns well. tmlrnt leo. If tho castaways could reach it, they itoud a fair ehanco of oaoitping death. Curt' rc3olvo was instantly Ho ropsed Jasper from his formed. stupor of fear nnd briefly explained what he intended to do. "Now," cried Cuvt. Jnspcr caught tho dangling roots and pulled himself to n placo of safety. An ngilo spring landed Cart besldo hlin, and tho next instant I lie boat was whirled ulf into tho gloom. As tho lads crept high-c- r up f.lio trunk, Jasper slipped and was precipitated into tho water. Jnhissttug-gle- s to keep from Milking ho seized ono of tho roots and clung to it finntlcaUy. crying for help. At tho risk of his life, Curt crawled down, cud with somo difficulty lescded his companion. They lost no time iu choosing iisitlotis among the heavy s limbs and then had barely settled when down the shock came. The towering irnssesof ice surged around the tree, burjing tho trunk from sight at times nud icckiug it to und fro like a cradle. Tho iicrll was frightful nnd imminent for linlf nu hour. Tho boys wero beyond tho reach of tho ico, howuver, and happily tho outriggers prevented the treo from tolling over. Tho night wore on, and whcn.lt broke tho trco ctrouded 011 0:10 of tho piers of tho Catnwissn bridge. Willing hands rescued tho castaways with roes. and when they hud tecovered from their exposure they were sent homo by rail, whither tho glad news had nlicady them. It ucc I hardly Iw nld that Cm t was never called n coward again. William Murray Graydon in HaitfordCournnt. them-eclvepre-:cd- ed 1 "It may bo," said I, "who can tell? These things shall bo my lens despair." And so t made a Vlllanclle. I took her whiteness I f lrglnal. Anil from her checks two roses rare, tool; her dainty eyes ns well. I said, "It limy be possible Her linngo from my heart to tear," And mi I made n Villanello. slnle her muh, most musical; I wrought It In with artful cares took her daluly eyes as well. And 10 I made a Vllluncllel I'rncst DowMin In Cornhlll Magazine. 1 I A HERO. At nbout 2 o'clock on 11 raw, blustery Match morning tho Inhabitants of the littlo village of Shlckshiuiiy on tho upper Susquehanna wero roused from loop by hoarso shouts nnd by tho violent ringing of tho church bell. Jlen nnd boys dressed in linsto, and n crowd toon congregated on tho river shore. Thero was good cause for excitement. Vlio ice, which seemed comparatively firm on tho previousevening, had broken during the night. Tho yellow tide, swollen to many feet nlwvo its normal level, was almost hidden by the heaving, grinding cakes. Arid worst ol all this unexpected event had placed un unknown human being in peril. From Scrub Maud eamo hoarso shouts for help und nt intervals the discharge uf a gun. The rid flashes could bo plainly seen. Scrub islond lay in tnidchnnnel directly opjKisito tho village. It was hardly moro than 11 bar, for nothing grew upon it but bushes. Near tho lower end was n small cabin, which somo of tho villago boys built for nmusement out ol driftwood. Hero tho castaway had probably taken refuge, nnd his situation vu extremely critical. In n short tinio the cabin would surely bo carried off by the rising flood and Ice. As tho crowd wero speculating on tho unknown one's identity and discussing tho hopelessness of rescue, Squiro Tyson, tho most wealthy and influential man of the village, eamo running down the 1 riDnWFrWHWC nun-- HnnUIIIUP nI)im canbocumlo.tliome.,nndwlth. IJIIUIUIIJIUIUUU UUU ilium 11UI1J 11UU11 outanycnorl on tlio part of tho nation t, by thousoof our SPECIAL TORMULA GOLD CURD TABLBTS, FEW miring treatment rmueun nrooiiowm mo frro imo or l.luaior or Mop jjQiiiouiiui vucii iiiiioasincy minu voluntarily givo mom up. 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Ycrar Tablets have performed a miracle In my I linvn nanl tmirnhlno. hvncxlennleallv. for seven Tear. and have been cured brtbeUNOI W. L. LUTKtiAT. two package of your Tablets, and without any effort on my part. OlNCIMHATI. OHIO. ca. , S. ruby lantern. j than ordinarily enjoy the slight diversion I have to offer for your entertainment after coffee today. Ferhups, too, you may have the keenness though it is not in me to explain tho performance to divino how littlo Akli can survive tho marvelous act Abalaui forces him to do, and to discover how Abalani can perform his part of tho strange entertainment. But about tho old mnrket woman: A servant told our host later that sho had burned directly to her rude cot on our departure, where sho hnd carefully opened every tamarind in her basket to find tho copper bit in its center. The disappointment sho suffered on not finding a single bit of money nnd the loss of tho sjwiled fruit served her right for attempting to im)oso upon tho supposed ignoranco of struugers. But Kellar was too large hearted to nllow tho lesson to be one that should make her the poorer, and tho servant was dispatched directly to tho old peddler's homo with moro than twico tho worth of tho fruit in coppers. I could teo our host, arms akimbo, looking tip wondenngly. I could seo Ab.T lani showint' up white iu tho negative liis thin urmsinisid above his head, his feet braced widely apart, as they had been when steadying tho ropo for little Akli to climb when I had heard the shutter of tho enmira uiap. But thero wns no littlo Akli to bo seen anywhere, nor nny rope, for that matter, Abalani hud mesmerized our host, Kellar and myself, but it was beyond his fakir skill to mesmerize our detect-ivcamera. Conyers C. Converse in New York Herald. o ' ' t I ! I wo expected to wituess. But Abalani was alone. I then looked lor the coil of lopo which I had htnrd played 11 part in the strange spectacle. The fakir had brought none. I fauid to in keif that wo wero to be disappointed, and that tho littlo weazen limbed fakir had come to mnko excuses for his inability to uiuiibo us this time, and I could see that Kellar thought tho eamo. But our host retained his wonted good uaturo as though nothing was wrong, und it was not tho place of either Kellar or myself to show disappointment. Meanwhile tho little fakir led tho way to a smooth bit of ground not far fioin tho lioiibc. Hero wo almost unconsciously formed an expectant circle about him. He spoke few words, and we inahv tallied a icifect hileuco under the spell the little fellow to throw around him. But this was not tho bcnbiitiou of gazing iiin a berpcut that ono expert, cuces when witnessing tho performances of so many of his class. ".My masters, you wish to seo Akli climb';" ho wid in u crackling, restrained tone. "They do," our host answered for us. The muii chipped his thin palms together twico smartly. As he did bo a small hoy appeared by his sido like a flash where thero had been no ouo tho moment beforo. KelUr That evening Abalani, the fakir, arrived nt our host's house. Ho was a small, wiry littlo man, whoso ago was about 15, if you wero to judge it from the dark, clear oyes with which ho quickly summed you up. They seemed to pierco mo through and through ns he undo a deprecatory bow beforo me, his thin arms and palms extended toward mo in the attitude of benediction. His only garments weio a light breech-clotof a dark red shade and a flowing sill: mantle, dark 3'ellow in color. The only ornunieut ho vo:v was n datk (.upper ring hanging trom his neck by u greasy looking piece ot leather or cord. I looked for Akll, tho littlo boy with whoso assistance he performed tho tricks h started forward with an involuntary exclamation on his lips. I, too, was greatly startled. Tho fakir had thrown aside his silk mantle mid stood before us clothed only in his breechcloth. The boy, a handsomo lad of apparently 10 or 12, was similarly clothed. At my request he took my baud und gave it a friendly pressure. "I must have n rope must have a rope!" exclaimed Abalaui nervously, and ho gesticulated in tho air quickly with his right unu, his actions seeming tc fascinate mo. "Ah!" no ceased tho action, and lowering his arm displayed a large coil of native rojKi in his hand that it would havo been impossible for him to havo concealed about his person. Then, with motion, ho pitched ouo end of tho coil straight up into tho air, keeping tho other end in his grasp. Tho lino seemod to catch up thoro in tho atmosphere. It staid (hero dangling down between us..- Abalunl orderedxAkli to climb up, hurrying him with u word of inpatient " , und stamp of his foot. Akll shook tho ropo with ono hand, nt if 1 ' if it wero quito secure, und then Clilneic Dudes. China is perhaps tho last placo in the world whero ono would eipect to find dudes nud mashers, but it appears that in Shanghai tho gilded youth among the arated from the throng, and running up tho shore a few yards ho hauled n light Celestials huvo udopted the masher cosVegetable Wlilikj Shops. tume. Very curious they look' in their skiff into the water. Ho seized the oara One of the most curious plants iu tho high collars nud tight fitting coats. They that lay in tho bottom nnd pulled sturdi- Vhite Houso conservatories is called bv ly into tho swirlimr current, headin in ' the superintendent "vegetable whisky havo also taken to wearing foreign underclothing, eating foreign foods, smok- a diagonal conrso up stream, shuns." because their nltchers distill an ing foreign tobacco and doing many A simultaneous cry of amazement intoxicating fluid thut attracts all sorts other things contrary to tho old fash- burst from tho crowd. &omo cneereu 0f Insects. Half n pint is contained in ioned Chinese usage. They also rido iu tlip daring lad; others warned him back each of these receptacles, and it is said foreign carriages, men nnd women to"God bless him!" cried tho squire, that tho contents of threo or four will gether, and somo of them live iu foreign burstiug into tears. intoxicate a man. Thebugs fall into tho houses in grand style. Theru are ulsc Indeed, Curt Webb wns tho last one fluid, nnd their substance is devoured by hundreds of schools kept by Chineso nny person would havo believed capable tho plant. Ono variety attracts cockwheio nothing but English is taught, of surh a bravo deed. Ho was an or- roaches, while another actually captures that being considered tho most useful phan nnd worked hard for n livelihoo 1 frogs that, once caught, are uuablo toes-cap- e language. in a grocery stoic. Tho villago boys, Loudon Globo. ' because of two thorns extending headed by Jasper Tyson, despised und downwnrd which pierco them when ihey A Ocntlo Hint. hated him bccuiiEO ho had jieisistently tttempt to jump out. Aunty (shocked) Do you nud your refused to join any of their mischievous sister cjuarrel over your candy this way deputations. Ho could never bo inA Cmrord, when at liomt? duced to fight his tormentors, though Little Johnny No'in. Mamma al- Jusper nud others dared him to comb.it ways gives us so much we both bos many a time. So thoboysgratified tin r plenty. Philadelphia Item. malice by calling him the "coward," it d by this epithet ho was known iu tho village. (Jueer Directions About a runcral. But tho "coward" was btirely astonishJohn Underwood of Whittlesca, Cam ing his enemies now, and his progie3 bridgeshire, who died in 1773, gave directions for a curious funeral. None wns watched with breathless uituebt. of his relations wns to follow his corpse, No ono expected to seo him como back which was to bo conveyed to tho grnvo alive. Steudily tho boat crept toward tho by six gentlemen, who were specially Curt bsnt to tho oars with nil desired not to como in black clothes, and during the ceremony wero instructed to his might nnd managed to hold his own sing tho last stanza of the second book ngaiiut tho ficrco cm rent. Occasionally of Hor.ico. Tho coffin was green, nnd ho glanced over his blioulder nnd was tho deceased was placed in it with nil relloed to seo 110 truco of ntinrnnrhln his clothes on. Under his head was ice. The shore soon faded from view, "Well, I'm not, going to inn any such placed a copy of Horace, under his ftet nud as ho ucitrcd tho island ho shouted Bentloy's Milton, on his right hand n cheeiily to give nolito of his approach. . Tlslc, my dear." "That's just liko yon, J.ohn! Ever small Greek Testament nnd on his left u Jiibper shouted back mid fired a bunch I hinco you got your lifo insured you've miniature Horace, whilo Pentley's Hor- of grnbs to guido his rescuer. The water had already 1 cached tho ' been awfully afraid you'd get killed." ace was put under his back. cabin, nnd just as Curt swung the boat Life. A cold supiier nt his houso followed tho ceremony, nnd nfter tho cloth was into the littlo eddy behind it ho heard a taken nway tho guests rejieated tho grinding noise up the liver nnd baw n A MUflt Quotation. thlity-flrs- t whlto muss looming into view. The odo of the first book of HorAn nttnche of 11 religions bookstoro in ace. Each was to recelvo 10 guineas gorgo hnd brokm, and tho ico was comthis city has spent co many years of his out of tho sum of 0,000 left to the ing down with sweeping foice. lifo among theological volumes that ho Jasper stood iu the cabin door, nnd ds Scriptural or nothing, but he sometestutor'a sister on condition of carrying oat tho will. Tho will ended with tho when the fiuming wisp of grass showed times evolvea 11 misfit. When his attenwinds, "Which dono, I would lmo him tho faco of his utctler ho blushed tion was called tho other day to n rose them drink a cheerful glass and think witli shame. of his coat neatly attached to no moro of John Underwood." "You!" he exclaimed, nnd that binglo jitid an insinuation thrown out thnt a Loudon Word spoko volumes, Judy friend might havo had something "JUoVt stop to talk." cried Curt hurto do with it, ho paralyzed tholnsinuntor Menu People In Maine. riedly, "Jump In. Hero coiueH the ice, "by saying, "No, sir; I gathered that roso You can't olson it blcyclo ns somo r.ud we havo a slim ehanco of dod-i.i.from my own vino and fig tree." Pitta-- i cheap peoplo do tho dogs which they disit." liny Coiutncrcial-Qazettlike, but over iu Richmond they havo to. Even ns Jasier sprang to Too strewn tacks In 0110 locality on tho printho boat the water heaved und IihhhiI, Iluslncss Scheme, cipal street so that bicyclists cannot nnd tho rumblo of thudiead aviilaiicho Cult Might I nsk what you intend safely rido there, tho tires of several lino deepened to a roar. Half dozen cakes wheels having been punctured and of ico swirled by. tisin and fulling with to do with theso 500 young men you aro ruined. What champion mean peoplo tho waves. Curt pulled straight down advertising for? Shoo Denier I am going to givo ono wo do run across in this country! Banstream, while his companion crouched awnj with ."ncli pair of women's shoes to gor Commercial. iu tho stern of tho boat, helpless with .keep them -- tied. Indianapolis Journal, terror. But tho race could end In only J Ills I.ut Application. ono way. Tho line of broken Ice eamo Housekeeper Hero is a telegram. grinding on like it race horso, growling 1 Your nephew is dead. with fury. It smashed tho cabin to frag- Knfe. Property Owner (with a growl) merits und sped after tho frail littlo craft Humph! Now, I guess, ho wants money that was striving so hard to escupo. j to bury himself with. Zeitgeist. Jasper cried out with terror nnd held his hands beforo his face to shut out the aw- Whut They ml Ht Home. fill sight. Curt stuck to tho oars, but Wo havo it chrjsau First Littlo Girl ho knew nevertheless that escapo was themum growing at our houbo. out of tho question. His bravo heart Second Littlo Oirl Well, wo havo 11 sickened at tho thought of what would schoolmuiu boarding at our hou&o. hapiien wjien tho crushing ico cakes t Texas Sittings. reached the boat. Suddenly ho saw something that roused Sure It Wasn't Ills. a gliminor of hope. Twonty yards to"Lend mo that umbrella, please." ward thu left shore and slightly in "Do you think I'd lend you my umof tho nvulanche floated a huge, brella" tree, evidently torn bodily from the boil. "I didn't nsk you to lend mo yours." Its broad end, bristling with snakeliko Brooklyn Life. roots, was turned down stream, and here nud thero it thrust out thick limbs Curried It it I.onc Time. Nollio Don't yoji think this salt air is Hotel Clerk Your face looks familiar, that served to steady it, liko outriggers Iuanl on the complexion? on a boat. tir. Manila What of it? Thoro'a a drug Tho opportunity was a good ono, for Uncle Huiusto'd Likely 'uougli, young the treo looked sufficiently strong and , istoro up tho beach. Truth. uun. Ii'h tho only 0110 I ever lutd. mnislvo. to hojd lis own wnilnat the tur Tnrtli. , . ' I , I I cowards?" Tho unhappy man grasped n, boat that lay bottom up on tho bhoro nnd tried to drag it into the water. Half n dozen men caught nndheld him. "You will only throw your lifo nway," An Atmosphere In Outer Space. tney cried. "jSo boat could move n That extieme cold purulyzea every dozen yards in that ice. Wo could save is of course a piece of your boy if there was any chnnco nt nil." vital function everyday knowledgo. But it has beeu The squiro suddenly realized that this left to Professor Plctct, who has been wastrue. Ho stood gazing mutely toward conducting borne experiments on this tho island, his faco ririd with despair. subject, to discover that nt n tcmera-tur- o ii K'uiui 01 pity imrsi r.oui mo crown ns of 130 degrees lielow tho centigrade another irunshot was heard, followed bv zero there is no chemical action between hoarso appeals for help. The tide rose behigher and higher, but now clear spots nitric or sulphuric ncid and tiotash, tween oxygen nnd ljta?siuin, though wero visible hero nnd there, nnd nil nt imder ordinary circumstances tho nfiiuity onco tho river seemed to become freo ol of the latter metal for oxygen is so great ice. that it will burn if thrown into water, Tho meaning of this was plain. The owing to its combination with tho oxygen ice had formed a gorgo somewhere up iu that fln?J. But if tho electric spark stream. Hero seemed a ehanco of res- - is played on bodies which havo thus lost cue, but no ono was willing to tako adtho of chemical affinity somo vantage of it. Tho crowd knew by past new powercurious and combinations result. ospcrieuco that tho gorgo Would likely The latest Investigations, th'iconclusiona break iu n moment or two, und then the of which, however, have been theoreticfreed ice would sweep everything before ally presaged for some ears past, it like an avalanche. In vain tho squire require us to reconsider jtho questionmay of appealed to them. In vain the poor boy the temperature of outer spaco and tho on the island cried for help. Not a man possibility of an atmosphere composed of would risk what seemed certain death. gases in combination existing there. Suddenly a stoutly built lad of 10 sep- London Chronicle. I shore "Jasper is on tho island," ho cried, wringing his hands in ngouy. "He went over this afternoon to shoot duck: nnd has not returned home. He must havo fallen asleep in tho cabin, nnd the ice has carried nway his boat. Will no ono save my poor boy? Aro you all I n German Workshop. 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