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HE PARTY IMIE FOURTH CQH.RE5SI0M DISTRICT, LJ5 Fer Amis, Id AdnneS. VOL. VI. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1893. ' mbAitatios. intimated their willingness to sec the TOWN TATTLER. "Ho shook bin head, "riio'o n widow; that's nil I know. She it in tho swim; bill verv much modified before it wonder you haven't met her before. I , passes the' Senate. There is a rumor, t "DAISY DhAN The passengers on nn east bound have, half a dozen times: lint I livo up I. " ,jf too, that Mr. Cleveland would veto C, &0. train, one day recently, had no to my principles, of which tho first is, fire burned low, the bill if it were sent to him iu its little fun at the expense of a couple of Tlion slinlt not do anything In this Last night when the And 1 was sittfiajf nil alone widow line." present condition, but its authentici- love-sicyoungsters, and they were I left him grinning. 1 could have Meditating o'er ttjepast not so young but they should have aiiu liiiiiKing oiuiiycniiuuoouuumt:. ty is doubtful. kicked him without uuyrcmorso. From Owing to a hitch in the confirmaknown Letter. The joung man apanother man I gleaned that Trenchard Sweet liieiiiorlcs'fcp-rieme hick had tion ot the nomination oi Mr. Horn-blow- peared to be nbout twenty-six- , hud been in tho Indian political service I was born, To the home wlierc and had died suddenly. In certain lines To the home, the'twect happy home, to succeed the late Justice blue eyes, light hair nnd a killing men aro dolts nnd women creatures of Illatchford of the U. S. Supreme moustache. The young lady was not In childhood's early morn. genius. A woman there, u dear old Court that court is holding its pres- over eighteen nppearantly, and was a dowager, told mo in fivo niinutes'nll 1 When I was free from every care It is handsome brunette. She came alxxml wanted to know. Her people wero nil And knew not sorrow's bitter pang. ent term with one vacant seat dead, sho wasn lady of birth aud "breed- When t was lovlna; good nnd true, not thought that the hitch will the train at I.citchficld and he soon ing, sho had noiio too much money, she And knew not false was man. found her nnd finally manccuvered result in defeating Mr. Ilornblower's was very K)pnlnr and very correct, aud- n number of around until he secured a seat beside I thought all men were kind and true confirmation, although would I liko nn introduction? Fivo minprotests against it, on account of his her and then the fun began. They sat And women ns good ns fair, utes later I matld my first bow to'; the divine symphony, Sho was gloriously I did not dre.iui that they were false, age and lack of legal experience, have nearer and nearer each other until I could not bilieve they were. generous, gave herself to mo for 10 whole been received by members of the Sen- they were just jam up and both leanminutes, and when I withdrew sho muring to the center like sick kittens to Hut nh, 'tis past nnd I have lcirnc 1 ate Judiciary committee. mured, wjth a graciousness that seemed The bitter lesson all must know, It seems to be settled that Van Al- a warm brick. Their eye lashes alregal, "Perhaps wo shall meet again." Wp did meet, again and again. Out That men arc false,, and woman too nomination to be Ambassador most touched as they exchanged It seems tlmt'God has made thctu so. len's nennamtnnco njH'ntu into iricnusmpanu to Italy is to be confirmed by a party glances and finally his strong arm ran finally into very close intiiuaoyi-I"iu- w Out why should they be false to mc vote, but for some reason it was not snake like, along the back of the scat, her nt least onco every week. This Mfcnt When I to them have been so true? done this week. aud he fingered the offside sleeve of on for thrco or four years. Between me Ah, false, 'fair woman, Why is this and Robcthon she was n forbidden subThe House has taken up the bill her cloak. They seemed utterly And why are men so fickle too? ject. I know it would only pain him. to the fact that they were providing a substitute for the Geary For tho sumo reason I never onco men- Could I but solve the problem, Chinese law, which is the result of being gar.ed at by their fcllow passentioned Robethon's namo to her. I now meditate upon; That the negotiations opposed by Repre- gers and no one would have been surIt was December. Robcthon and I, ne I would be forever satisfied" usual, wero lunching nt tho namo table. sentative Geary nnd some of the other prised at any moment to heara smack And think my work well done. All nt ouco ho said, "I am married." but Louisville was finally readiPacific coast members it will pass. But it will rctmin a mystery, "Married! God forbid!" ed and they were lost in the throng. Until we gather around the throne "I havo been married n month." Illll Vjc'i AilWcc in Ills Noil. "In that ca&o it would bo brutal not to And there be judged by Him, bkchanoi;. wish you Joy." For all the deeds that we have done. Bill Nye, in a letter to his son, One of our citizens who shall be Thank you. I think I hnvo found o M Henry, Ky., Oct. 25th, 1893. gives the following advice: "I know nameless recently attended the World'? pearl of great price. I nm living now in Grovesnor Gardens. We nro having o not what busin.-s-s you will adopt Fair aud being bent upon seeing all few friends In tonight a very few. You WASHINGTON. when you leave college, but ii you that was to be seen, let no opportu will como, won't you? I want you to marry a beautiful girl you are liable nity pass for rewarding his desire tot know my wife." Had Mr. Cleveland the tact which to find a mule statue of her at the "With nil tho pleasure in tho world". tike in the eights. In wandering experience should have given to any World's Fair some time. It is only through the grounds lie came to a But it is liko o drenm." Ho laughed liko n man on tho right man old enough to have been elected f jn novels, Henry, that you read of a high fence and finding a nice little sido of the hedge ns ho said: "Yes, it's President of the United States he man with a beautiful wife who docs gate passed innocently through In like a drenm a beautiful dream. Come might, nt any time during the last not divide her beauty between him hope of finding some interesting novas early as yon can." I think I feltn triflo hurt that such a three or tour weeks, dictated the, and the public. Lots of beautiful elty, when lo, he found he liad revolution iu his domestic economy terms of a compromise by which the women are good, Henry, but I would of the Pair grounds and had to should have occurred without his in- purchasing clause of the silver law not care to be the footman of a beauti-lu- l pay another fifty cents to get back. forming mo of it. but I was none tho less But he woman. In may palmy days I curious to see tho woman who mado so might have been repealed. notable a capture In these days it is knew more than all his advisers and owned a handsome fast mare, and in the men and not tho women who are insisted that the Senate should make our neighborhood I was known as Perhaps the "best boy penman in captured. I was very punctual. The the ridiculous test of physical endurRalph, a the man that owned that!mare. That the county is little rest of tho folks wero of course late. ten year old boy who is attending ance which began on Wednesday was all. If I had tried to harness Robcthon met me in the coatroora. "Bagot." he said, "this is very good of night of this week, the failure of her she would have kicked nine kinds Hartford College. He called at tlie yon. I've been thinking I ought to have which was openly predicted before it of talents out of mc. Nobody knew RBronucAN office the other day and told you sooner, but I'll tell yon how began by a majority of the Senators my name, but they all knew where left a specimen of his penmanship, it happened aud all nbout it at the who took part in it. About the only the mare lived, and some times they which is exceedingly hard to beat. club." He is a bright boy and diould he "Meanwhile, ono word. thing so far accomplished by the conRobethon, Would nsk ine to show her to them, Aro yon happy?" tinuous session is the weakening of and theyvoulu admire and criticise prove as proficient in other branches "As a king." the President's influence, unless all her, and give me twenty cents and as in wtiting he will make an envia"No secret regrets, eh?" signs fail the compromise which will go away. ble reputation for himself as a schol"Not tho ghost of one. Sho is perfect. result, if there be any result, will be ar. Come, yon must see her." A'rm iu arm wo entered the drawing arranged Ilriiiirt oritlelilnml Nclinol. regard to Mr. without room. She was alone. I saw a vision Cleveland's Below is the report-o- f District, No. wishes, notwithstanding I offer the following excellent clipof nmbcr colored silk and fluttering lnco 93, for the month ending September and heard him say, "Luetic, this is my the almost continual presence of his ping for the consideration of the Secretary 23d, 1893. personal representative, dear friend, General Bagot." Nona Cooper 98, Ada Keown 94, young ladies: Then for tho first timo I saw her face. Carlisle, at the Capitol. By the way "We never saw a bashful man who It was my own fair lady of Pall Mull! many consider that. Secretary Car- Essie Shown. 95, Clara.. Miller 93, Though not the soul of honor. What sho felt I do not know. "Good Crowe 90, Florence Esktidge was Flossie God!" broke involuntarily from my lips, lisle's action in this matter has been such may blush and stammer, and and I had jnst senso enouglt to turn to violation of gcol taste; it looks as 89, Eva Eskridge 85, Susie Cravens shrug their shoulders awkardly.una-bl- e Robcthon nnd tell him in an asido that though he was there to prevent the So, Charley Wells 90, Morris Coper to throw forth with ease the n sudden and awful twinge of gout hnd Administration Senators going 92, Leander Shown 85, Floyd Keown thougts they would express, yet comseized me. Women, being born inThe Senators arc very, very 36, James Wells 86, Elijah Wells 87, mend them to us for friends. triguers, nro uimblo wlttetl by nature There und acquirement. When our eyes met tired and the end of the business is Peyton Wells 92, Rosa Huff 80, Dean are fine touches in their character Kirk 90, James Newton 90, Nannie a second time, tho lady was perfectly not far off. which time will mellow and bring out self possessed and instinct with' sympa-tli- j It costs a lot of money to keep a Newton 94, Sara Cravens o2, Annie perceptions delicate as the faintest over my dreadful gout. detective hanging around the homes Huff 80, Archie Cooper 94, Myrtie tint is to the unfolding rose; and their Tho attack was soon over. Tho dinnei, I believe, was good and of pensioned veterans, in search of "White 82, James Cravens 80, Joel Crathoughts are nonetheless refined and the company smart and lively people. some excuse to deprive the pensioner vens 82, Forest White 89, Bertha beautiful that they do not flow with My anecdotes went off liko champagne allowance. Miller 94, Byron Miller 89,' Thomas the impetuosity of the streamlet. We corks, und I fancy I created for myself a of all or a portion of his iCeown 93, Andrew Perry 89, Nannie reputntion for brilliancy which, hap- In the regular pension appropriation are astonished that such men are not pily, I do not feel it my duty to livo up bill for the current fiscal year there Murphy 94, Peatic Fuqua 80, Logan with really Murphy 80. Ira Murphy 88, Flora appreciated that ladies to. For myself, I do not know what I was an item of $200,000 lor tthc 'invesgood hearts and cultivated intellects raid, did, nto, drank or thought. I was Keown 92, James Huff 88, Lillie Eskin a mazo. Later in tho evening I saw tigation ot pension cases; that is, to will regard the gallant Sir Mustachio pay expenses incurred outside of the ridge 94, Gordon Eskridge 89, Her- Brainless with smiles and attention be her alone for fivo minutes. "By all that's wonderful, Lucilo, what regular machinery of the Pension bert Eskridge 8o, Pcrnie Kirk 90, cause he can fold n shawl gracefully I docs it mean?" I asked. Although only a little Myrtie Kirk 90, Bertha White 94, and bandy compliments with Persiam Bureau. "Just what you Bee. I nm Mrs. Robeh of the fiscal Pearl White 88, Mary Perry 95, Wil- elegancy, while they would not thon," sho answered, fluttering her fan. more than "But ho is ray f riond. Not for world's year has gone, all of that $200000 lie Husk 93. to look upon the worthier man Pmni, Miu.br, teacher. would I" appropriation has been expended and who feels for them a reverence so "No, it would bo awkward." Secretary Hoke Smith has asked nnckbj-Iloyi- il, great that his every glance is wor"Awkward! Listen, Lucilo. Tho curTuesday evening, October the 10th ship, The man who is bashlul iu the tain being down, thero aro somo plays Congress for nn additional appropriation of $300,000 to be used for the at half past six o'clock, Mr. Alfred presence of ladies is their defender may nover bo revived." Sho looked at mo for somo moments. same puqiose. Buckby and Miss Nancy ,T. Royal when the loose tongue of the slanThon sho said: "That is truo. If I had Although the elections are more: were united in the holy bonds of mat derer would defanie them; it is not he thought only of myself, Dick, it would rimony nt the residence of thtbride's who boasts of conquests or dares to havo been I aud not you who would have than a year off tlyv.P.cpu'uiieun Conbeen tho first to say. 'Thero are. 6f:ac gressional campaign committee has faiber, W. W. Royal. The attend-aat- s talk of feelings that exist in the . play .jyiieverW roWved-- " been organized for business nnd will Royal and Miss Mng- were . alone; his cheeks will flush "Forgivomo! I know it. But" at once open headquarters in Wash- (sSeMcCaitv. Elder R.J.Brandon with auger to hear the name of wo"Not another word. Wo nro nliko in our thoughts of him. Wo will bo loyal ington and begin the work that is rperformed the ceremony in a bcauti- - man coupled with a coarse oath; to him to the end. Still, we aro friends, expected to result in giving the Re-- frill and impressive style, alter which yet he who would die to defend them Dick, all tho same." publicans control of the next House. numerous congratulations were show-tire- d is least honored by the female sex. The following experienced upon the happy pair by their Who ever heard af a bashful libertine? And now my turn has como. Poor will run - the machine: nnaiiy relatives and friends present. Robcthon has gone, and, uftcr all, I am The anomaly is never seen. Ease going to miuny Lncile. What an odd Chairman, Hon. J. A. Caldwell, of The bride is an estimable young nnd elegance are his requisites; upon world it is! Chicago Post. Ohio; Hon. J. W. Intdy possessing many noble qualities his lips sits flattery, ready to pay Babcock, of Wis ; Secretary, Hon. S, of head and hcart.well llkcdin the cir- court to blue eyes and black, he' is IC)itlnn Cnta l'md of the Water. By somo persons tho popularity of the S. Olds, of Mich.; Assistant Secrcta-- 1 cle in which she moves. The groom never nonplussed; he never blushes. cat in Egypt has been attributed to the ry, Col. T. H. McKee, of Iud. An :is" a Englishman young of For a glance he is in rapture; for a fact that the animal was valuable in rid- executive committee composed of the sterling worth, well liked by all, who word he would professedly lay down ding the palaces of rats nnd mice nnd .know him best esteem him most, a lib life. Yet it is he who fills dens also in hunting fowl, Thero aro several following Senators and Representapaintings in the British museum, exe- tives, in addition to the Chairman All of with wrecks of female purity; it he noble christian gentleman, mem- cuted by ancient Egyptian urtists, rep- and Secretary who areex-officiMs relatives reside in England except who profanes the holy name of mothresenting Egyptian sportsmen in boats bers, will be in immediate charge: two brothers, who live in the United er; desolates the shrine where domeson tho river Nile, accompanied by largo uraper, 01 Mass. ; , states, one, James Buckby, a noble tic happiness is thronged; ruins the cats, sitting on their haunches iu the Representatives stem. Other pictures show the cats swim-miu- Hooper, 01 in. y ; riut, ol in.; bweet, 0ung gentleman, who is an engi- - heaits that trust in him; polutes the with birds iu their mouths nftcr of Idaho, nnd Settle, ofN. C, and neer oil " the L. St.L. & T. R. R. very breath he breathes; and all untho matiucr of rctriover dogs. These Senators Manderson, of Nebraska, Both bride and groom are members der the mask of a polished gentleman. picture! 'iavo greatly perplexed modem May they Ladies, a word in your ear. Have of the Christian Church. naturalists becauso tho cnt of today bus and Perkins, of California. The alleged investigation of the ever be happy nnd blest with many your lovers, and would you possess a a strong aversion to water, and it is difficult to rccOucilo such different traits New York Custom House may turn kind tnends, selected from the best; worthy husband, choose him whose even after tho lapse of thousands of out to be a very bad investment for may their lives be as bright as the delicacy of deportment, whose sense years. St. Louis Secretary Carlisle and the rest of the h situ on their wedding day; may they of yours, leads him to stand aloof, Com- ' ,DC t I.- - i.. -- 11 r 4i.i- - ....J The i. :.... administration. At tho Ulilpplns 1'o.t. meat lit uil ui nn.11 uiiuciuixmui while others stand around you. If he Fairchild, "Lay thei cat on lightly, pleaso," said missioners this, life and when this eventful life blushes, stammers even, nt your of tho Delaware wife beater to tho sheriff Dunn, of Ark. and is over may we all meet in that own npproach, consider them as so who was about to apply tho lash to his a New York politician are each beautiful city whose maker aud build- - many signs of his exalted opinion of back. "Lay it on lightly, and you will drawing a salary ol $25 a day in ader is God, is the sincere wish of their your sex. If he is retiring and modsootho my angry feelings." "Sootho your angry feelings?" said the dition to a liberal allowance Jor ex- h jsister iu Christ. V101.A Wbstkiu'iri.I). est, let not n thousand fortunes weigh sheriff. penses, and the whole business is hiui down iu the balance; for depend "Yes. A soft tau, sir, turneth away eating up the "fraud 81,000 For Xothlnir. fund" of the ' upon it, with him your life will be wrath." Boston Courier. President St., happier with poverty than with many Curtis Biintin, Treasury at 'the rate of $150 per day New York, spent $1,000 An Unfounded Accu.atlon. and absolutely nothing that will benanother surrounded by the splendor Jaysmlth I'vo got it In for Snooper. efit the country is being accomplish,witl doctors, and at famous watering of peace." Bwaybaok What's tho trouble? placf yj ill the effort to,cure a bad Jaysmlth I understand that ho has ed. It .required a Democratic' caucus: casta ofRheumatistn, but to no avail. been referring to me as a liar and a Only n lloyl remedy Lightning thief. decree to get the bill for the repeal of Dnniiiuond's The above charming booklet sent by Swayback Is that so? Why, I never all laws providing for Federal superhelpi.-him from the start, and 10 tat Dollar. mew yon. to steal. Detroit Freo Press.i restored. by mail for One use he was fully visions of elections through the: its G. WniGUT, Richardsville, Ky. fr House, but it is not believed that nnyf. It will dc the same for you if you Cautious. Mrs. Figg Why can't you wash your known power could get the bijll i will give it a trial. Ask your drug-ciIf you can afford to be annoyed by face onco in awhile without- my having through the Senate jn its tar it. tuidif he has not got it, present! ! to tell you every time? sick headache and constipation, don't Democratic Senators atis ;j write; to the Drtimmond Medicine Co. Tommy I'm afraid you'd think I'd condition, Early Risers for Lane, New York. use De Witt's Little Mxiiden 0 Indianapolis Jour- reported to have declared the bill. tto f been 'iu swimuiiu, L. B. BtiAN, ey will cure them. h , nal. , , beentirely too sweeping nnd to wus I A'gciiU orautcd. ... k J pass-cd-out y, one-fourtcon-dese- nd G.-Wcam-paigne- rs o V g I d Drc-okly1 st I 48-5- NO.' 13; PROFESSIONAL GAUD. ; oATT0RNEY IT I.ft.It. LAW:o HARTFORD, Jus. N. KY. Iillnsr. (ilriiu. LAWYERS, HARTFORD, KY. (Office, GLENN & WEDDING, otcr Anderson's llatsar.) Will practice their profession in all tho courts of'Oliio nnd adjoining counties, nuil court of Appeals. Hpccial attention given to criminal practice anil collections. Tames -- w. Smitli, (JT AW SWbat we wanr. Iiave uouanu now on band r Vt'll ccrJaiplij fake noolbtr, wc use none but Ibe besti Add oil shrewd drakrs keep It. art you behind the rest v ftJust as oood rbe Croco- said, proffering aootiiir brand. pure clairette soap - V. ?" TTOBIY S2j P MY It FEIEiWS WIFE. on UABTFOItn, KY. Will practice his profession in Ohio nnd adjoining counties, and court oi Appeals. Special attention given to collections. X)ffico east side at' public Sfjiiare. E. D. GUFFY. II. D. RINOO Ipm Chill could Justvms on a llttlo, unarmed band of American sallore, on ahore to mold scurfy, nd "astonish" them with bcrmlllury prowess. Hut when It camo to tlio American nation, tht iust.tha alow toangcr.uuttcrrlblo when aroused, Ukcik Ham wa thero and t hero wan no question but what ho "wm In It." 1 1 Is worth something, alter all, to bo an American Citizen, it means a ooon deal Tbfl a imo In truo ot Dr. Kcnner's Kidney nnd Ilackacho Cure. It means e cry thing, when It Is known and usel by those who aro In nerd If you nro now cd down with kidney disease, femalo weakness, or blond Impurities, together with thelrrrsullsntbacUache.liafrgani looks, akin eruptions, acrufuU, dyspepsia, tho blurs, weariness, headaches, erysipelas, salt rheum, or any Mm'rcd affection, aa well as heart dlvnse. rheumatism, dmmr.rir. Its use means it restoration to health. an claatfc atcp, llorld cheeks, strength and happiness. In abort It mer.s being "on deck" njrafn. If you are In need take a bottle limr.e If satisfaction not glrcn money refunded. 7af0 art dlfftrtnl. After nil I am going to ninny Lncile. is moro than a year slnco txxir Rob-othtiled, ami pcrltujw I am a donkey to do it at my tlmo of life; but lie n charming woman. She mndo him hnppy, and I am nfrnid I am a fool. I feel, however, as thongh I owed it almost to his memory, and something to Iter too. Yes, there, is no doubt I owo her something in that line and yet, good heavens, I am not doing it on that account, I lovo her desperately, down to tho ground. "Dick," slio Bald to mo yesterday, looking strolght nt mo with her wonderful blno eyes "Dick, why do you rusk me now?" , Attorneys Grl.ff3r SS ""Ringro, 5fc Jgaw. XEartfcrA, IConfapJcy. Will practice iu all courts of .Ohio and adjoining counties, superior Court aud Court of Appeals. and all legal business attend. ed to. Office 329 E. MarJ;et St. Col-lecli- ons R. R. WEDDING, Attorney at Law, BeavVek Dam, Ky. Will practice his profession in all tho courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. I ''Better late than never," I answered. Sho began, "Fivo, six yoaw ago you" and 8topicd. "I know. I was a fool, Lucille. I nover ouco thought of it though. Yon nee, tho idea was foreign to mo. I nover intended to marry." "And uow'f" "With your kind assistance I do in tend to." "Whyr Tfre Quarterly Agister of Kl;l. Copies, . COcj P.rTear, . . $l.5o Ito.od lolsan, t.OO .- - v ft s..ii Vrfcli fc.. m M...VLO "IIH.(-.fl.- la aatlfcnii -I r- r ' a la FISIILR, Tifftmry Utrt . I . .r " . mm . . com no U.I rl, k. uiulu nifljii ft '. LlHM Jouritl "-- WhU.m ttori bl dit. I ' ill mh tu .Urn, wlrtyfMlM liCmSlVwi mi ftXVlfftt Into MI1 (Mlfktll c timely ffciUn IKIOnt, II tmifauutiiitliiml,,,, .(!.. CunncrtT History, tITSOIT, MICH.. U .uluutt. HI To Know IT AL- LIs easy enough if you only Wo eolvo tho know how. problem in tho Her (lucstlou almost bowlotl mo over. I gazed at tho cariict, wondering how I could best put it to her. Presently I looked up, aud as our eyes met I blurted out, "Becauso I lovo you, of course." I did not ineau to say that just then. Tho truth is that tho idea of "reparation" had got solo possession of my brain, aud how to oxpresn it graveled ine. Lucilo laughed lightly. "Thrtt, Dick, is a second thought, and not a liad one for a man who is offering himself as a husband. Still, t want your first." "I was thinking that, lovo apart, you bavo a moral claim upon mo." A great wave of color roso nnd foil, leaving her beautiful face ilo an marble "A claim really? A moral claim? Why moral? Why not material? When I turn huckster, Dick, I will trnfOo only for gold." I sow what tho meant. Lovo's gifts, being no impoverishment of lovo, entail no indebtedness upon tho recipient. Lovo is paid for its gift in tho giving. This, I thought, was a counsel of jtcrfi tttion and better suited to nngels and augalic loves than to men and women iit an earthly, highly conventional and British society. HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in .all the Courts ot Ohio nod adjoining counties, and iu the .Court ot Appeals. Bpecial attention given .to collections. Office, in County Attorney's office, in Court House. Lawy eR Perry Westerfield, M. I. HSAVfUJJ, Attorney at Law, Beaver Dam, Ky. 11, i-- wmm 'Bssssssssssssssssssfl Louisville Commercial p Tho bristliest nuil newsiest pa Send your per in Kentucky. atldrcsj ou a postal card. You can have a sample copy For The ASKING. "And that is why you wish to marry me?" sho added. I felt that I was on thin ice. "No, darling, it is not. I levoyou. There's uo harm in that, I hopo?" "No, not a bit. It fs n very good rea-soQcnuino, Dick?" "Quito, on my honor." "Tho honor of an English general-m- ore, of an English gentleman moro still, of a well tried frieiul that is good enough for mo. Hero's any hand on it, Dick." That was only yesterday. It scorns 20 years ago. Poor ltobotbon ho knew littlo. I do not think I was to blame. u. DENTIST. OFFICE OYER RED FRONT Is prepared to do all kinds of Dental work at reasonable prices. 03M jilt I Pictures S'teiUer, ' .- ONE DOLLAR EVERY HOUR eully earned by anr one of ".ithrr lex In any part of the country,, 'ho I. yrllllnx to work lndu. trloailjr at the emplotir.ent which we furntih, Aiteiaooria ufm ait'! pieuam,aiHi tou nia wnaitrer. Went vou out ci;ilcte,ao that you rsnjWetlio builnea. a trial wlllioutexpems looouraelr. Fur thoio wl lie to do nl title work. thlt la tha grandeat oOsr maile, Vou can work all day, or In the rrenliig only. If )uu aro eml, ployed, and hare n few spare hbura at your vtlllaa tliein, and add to your liicoma, our tuilneis will not Interfere at all, You will beamas.d ou III atart at the rnpMltjr and csm by which you aiuaii dollar iipun dull.ir,daylnand day out. Ktn bvilnnera are .UMeiliil from tha nrit hour. Any one can run the bualnnt - none fall. You ihoutd try notlilnjr tin- - mull you f for'youratlf what you tail do lit the builneai which we oflVr. No capital rlleil. Women are (tnind workers; uowadaya Ihcy in ike a much at men. They should try tills builuran, h It I. o wrll adapted (o the in. (Vrlle at mire and act for yourself. Addreit II. HAI.I.Kri' ft CO., Jlox H80, "crtliinU, Me, fs MS.S.SyS.S.SvSySvSy..SSS.SS,S.SSiSiSi V "4- - nary kind, of which there was not a rraco about him, but deep spiritual shyness. On tho other ltand, & might have bien duo to an austoro selectnoss of spirit, a sensitive, delicate pride- of soul. Tho s obtained, and all Tat-- ; Cayests, and clubmen. heltl him in great esteem, in a cnt business conducted for MoornaTt Fir. orncc is Oppositi U.S. 'Ourwo can secure patent In less patent orrjee manner; wero proud of him, considered Uois than those and him an. authority on disputed points of ,i remote from Washington. Send model, dtawlne or photo., with deicTtp. honor and tho liko1 and accopted his lion. We adrlte, If patentable or not, free of judgment with docility nnd reverence. charge. Our fee not due till patent la secured. a maubiii r. nowiouDiain raicnis.' wiw Qno day I Uvot n lafy on Pall Mall-t- all, cost c( same In the U. S, and foreign countries fair, sti'dight' as n dart and with a sent free. Address, on "iriq'lTko a vision. I face Hurt, turned and watched her, and while so Osr. patent orner, Washinoton, o. C doing sho suddeplyhalled.turnod around and cama towurd me. i I stood still. In passing sho guvo me a m oraentary glance. Ha, sho was y:ry lovely I A month or six weeks later thero was I a reception nt a certain fioreign embassy, and I 'happened to bo present. It was not my kind ot tiling at all, but I chanced to bo an old acqunlntauoo of the embaswas a big sador in-- qnestiou. 'crowd, and dancing was in full swing. Passing by the ballroom, I stood for a moment to watch the dancers. Tho first thing I saw was tins lady ot Pall Mall, CUBES WOTHI MS BUT PILES. i gloriously arrayed, waltzing-wlta Ger- Trade-Mark' ' liko this, yon seo. Robcthon and I wero protty closo friends. I sjwnt ranch of my time at my clubs, and at otlo or other of thorn I was Always coming across Robcthon. Tho tosto for cbeti was mutual and was tho ground of ouv first ac- qnamrareo. Wo wore abonr r ., ago heuding fast wt E'. ttoVas Bhort nnd stout; I was long nnd le:un. 1 had been all over tho world, while, ho had nover been outsido of England. Sometimes I fancied ho had nover been outside of London. If ho had, 'ho was careful to conceal ( tho fact, We were both bachelors. HI chambers wcro close-tSt. James street, inino to Piccadilly. Wo nover visited each other though. Ho was partner in a. well known firm of bankers, but had not entered tlseir placo of bigness for 20 years. Ho hud read a world beyond nto and was a gentle, clean souled gontlemin. I wish I could say us much truthfully of inysolf ; no false modesty should keep mo from "writing It down. Still Robcthon cared for mo, and I am deuced euro I cored for him. His roticonco was characteristic of tho man; it was liko a suit of steel armor covering him' from head to foot. Sometimes I think it was, fundamentally, shy noes not of the ordic, Iactod loyally enough byliim. It was m kmiMmi i.r. So Sab-S- I Hi-Sin.- - . 4 a9OId Pictures Copied and Enlarged . A (SPECIALTY. 108 Main Street. WmG 0WENSB0B0, KY TEX. K. B , I.OUIMVaXI.E.tsT. LOUUs LoniiTill.. Si, Lo.b BCHEDULK & o em lilv.j NOV. No. 53,. Dalljr. WESTBOUND. 7.49 a.m. I.Mp.ra, Lt. Loularllle .... -.. 8.11a.m. 7:20 p.m. Weatrolnf. ...... .17 a.m. t.OTp. m. Brandenburg 37 p.m. IrilnKton ....... ........... M a.m. Btephensport ............ 10.23 a. m. 9.21 p. m. 10:41 a.m. Mp. m. Clorerport..... p. ra. 11:11 a. hi. Ilawesr llle ......... ll:Ma.m. 10:31 p.m. Lewlsport.... ......... 12. IS p.m. 11:11 p. m. Owenaboro..... BpotlsTille..... ............ 1.04 p. m. ll.M p. m. ....... 1:23 p. m. 1220 a. ra. Ar. Henderson.... No. 52, No.M, Daily Dally. EAST rtOONP. Lt. Henderson...... ........ 7.13 a.m. 3:18p.m. p. m. SpottsTllle a. m. 8:27 a. m. 4:23 p. oi. Owei.i'oro. ...... 9 09 a.m. 3.03 p. m -- . Lewlsport HaweSTille..... ... .... 33. in. 3:30 p. m 10.-0. a. in. 3.67 p, m. Ctorerport 10 26 a. in. 6.19 p. m. Btcphenapor:....- .11:02 a, m, 7.03 p, ui, Irvinfrton 11:29 a. m. 7 Jl p. m. Ilrandenburg 12 08 p. m. 8.03 p. in, . West Point....... 1.00 p. m. 9 03 p. in. Ar. Louis? llle IN EFFECT Ko.M, Dally. I, mi. ... C.A.SNOW&CO. jar T.alna'No. 81 and No. 32 make connection a Irrlnglon (Sunday excepted) with trains on Louis-TlllHardlnaburir & Western R. H., east and west bound. For further Information, address II. C, llOKDUE, Gen. Pa'r ig'l. LaulaTllle, Ky. TABLER'SDH C WHEN YOU GO TO CALL ON 0WENSB0R0 OINTMENT fair C.Theo.Cain, For the finettand ifott irliKe any Work, A SURK known wid .CIRTAIN aUMCISI ttymn Mth MW Os, IT. toil. OUR iMsana if MaUWtM "Who is sl)or I naked a man I knew.. !' .. llTtn.I.1. UHUI rfM.- - 4t..,l- .llulnn linn. ,VU, Mini. uiuuu.jr """.I "li Aphony of color tbaro, eh? That Is Mrs. I n TrenclianL'' "Apd whi s M.rfi. 'Frenchnr4r - ''aian. te ortlyle, Frcderica Si, , Ulwm , A"V ' ! 3rd and 4th. Cm37 W r?M IS lil. "jk A V . - KVC ' T3'' ' .. ..'." '".:' i Rn5 Hartford Republican rUULISIIED EVERY F1UUAY MORNING. rjllKMIIHIIII'. Oct. 13. As I have not seen any thing from this place lor some time, I thought 1 would write you n few lines. Mrs. Sara I.ucllen nnd children Editor fiml Proprietor visited Mrs. Nannie Farmer Sunday. 11. itom:ittt, JO. T. D. Royal nnd family were the guests of T. D. Ucllainy Sunday. Mrs, Nancy Brandon and Mrs. Friday, Ocronim 27, 1893. Viola Wcstcrfield visited Mrs. Nancy Royal Thu.sdny. Miss Nona Wcstcrfield was the REPUBLICAN TICKET. guest of Miss Rebecca Melton Sunday. roR STATU SISNATOR, Tuesday evening October, 10th, a . H. TAYI.OK, large crowd asscmbed at W. W. RoyOf Ohio County. al's to witness the marriage of his daughter, Miss Nancy I Royal to torV.RRrnnsKNTATiVR, Mr. Alfred Buckby. The attendants . JI. AWTKY. were Davis Royal and Miss Maggie OF SCHOOLS, FOR SUrT. McCarty. At half past six o'clock ). H. I1T7.1UUH. the bridal party marched out on the veranda and F.lder R. J. Brandon your Republican spoke the words that made them one. KnonoANizn On Oct. nth, by the same minisClub. ter, Mr. Scth Nelson to Miss Mary Mosely 12. What tiro you doing for the Re- ard Ralph, attendants, NocWe wish Miss Maltha A. Ralph. ticket? publican them all happincs i'i this life and finally a home in heaven. Tun Republican ticket is a strong Beatrice. ono wortliy of nuy man's vote anil ! llpiprrl. IlFMoliillintH influence. Society, of The R. E. G. Literal BnAVRit Dam is ahead ot us on the BcavcrDam School, in session Fri brick walk question. When do we day, 0"t. 20, passed the following resolutions: expect to niako up? Whereas, Wc have just heard of of Mrs. R. J. Daniel, the Tun Democrats slowly but surely the death grand-mothof our coaro coming over to tho Republican beloved worker and esteemed member, Miss iaea of sound money. Daisy Stevens, and recognizing that is irreparable, therefore, be it Boon wo can say Senator Taylor, the loss Resolved, That we extend to Superin. Representative Awtry and Miss Daisy and the other bereaved tendent Fitzhugh, nnd by the way, ones our most heart-fel- t sympathy in pleasant expressions all of this sad hour of their affliction and quite them. grief. Th"t wc beseech the Great Father Tjik Democrats with a clean to grant to thcin the consolation that in the Senate cannot oven get He alone can give. That we would have them remema vote on tho repeal bill although ber to take all their cares and sorrows championed by the Administration. to Him, for "Hccareth for them." Bessie Nave, Fres't. No Republican should stand idlo Attye Austin, Sec'y. during this fight. Let every ono who Jeels an interest consider himself n Oitarrli Can nut l Curcrt committee of one to do something to With local application, ns they can insure tho success of tho Republican not reach the seat of the disease. Caj ticket. tarrli is a blood or constitutional disease, and in order to cure it you must The Kentucky Sunday School Un- take internal remedies, Hall's Catarrh ion issued a newsy little sheet of thnt Cure is taken internally, and acts on the blooi. and mucuous surname devoted to the interest of the Union. It is quite a valuable paper faces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a to those who desire to keep informed quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the best doctors in this Subon Sunday School matters. scription price 50cts. per year and it count. for years, and is a regular presciption. It is composed 01 the is published at Louisville. best tonics known, combined with the acting .diectly best Tun next Legislature should pass a on theblood purifiers, mucuous surfaces. The persome simple plan road law providing fect combination of the two ingredito have the roads worked by taxaents is what produces such wonder-m- l tion. Tho people lose more money Send results in curing Catarrh. from bad roads year by year than for testimonials free. The present from any other source. F.J. CHEENBY & CO., Props., is not only Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all druggist, system of an imposition aud a beavy tax on the price, 75c. m people but is a failure. ' " " rier. Mr. Burt Spurrier wholias'We.Ti fp StfJCiXm MhUI TC lttIMiWi$LIJlitii! vetv siuk for some- - time iof typh6d fever, is slowlytproviuI . H Miss Alice Thornting, after a seme illness or several weeks, we are glad hn to state is able to be up ng'aiti. Mrs. James Hardin Is very sick at this writing. Mr. Mnnon Hayncs nnd his pet squirrel make rather a comical pair, as they parade the street night nnd Jpl Fifty pieces French Sateens aud morning. I Twilled Flannelettes for Wrappers, The mines are again in operation, nil fast colors and elegant styles. , and the shrill whistle, which has been silent so long, is re,erbratlng Monday's Mado to sell at 25c. throughout the hills and valleys to prices 7Jc, the joy of many of the miners whose littlo children suffered with hunger during the financial panic this summer. Mr. 1'), R. Rhoads has a splendid school at this place and the County Superintendent visited the school on the morning of the 24th. Mr. Noah Baize is attending the World's Fair. Mr. J. C. Hayncs, wife and two children nnd Mr. Henry Ioyd nnd two daughters visited relatives in X Henderson last week. Wrnl A Colored Hoy Shot, On lnst Monday afternoon Clayton THEBHB ATEST OF &LL gjfXlFKiK iiisSi'i! GREAT SALES! 2ST3 lookout foi bargains. When wo get them wo' Monday's give you . tho benefit. you of that prices will convince Wo aro always on tho fact. MONDAY MORNING, OCT. 30, 1893. Monday's offerings will eclipse any and all previous efforts. We have made a purchase ot .Five Thousand ($5,000) Dollars' worth of Dry Goods and Cloaks from the preemtory auction sales in New York, during the past lew weeks. All new, fresh and stylish goods, forced on the market by the manufacturers, forced to raise money. We give our customers the benefit of this great cash purchase of seasonable goods at fully 45 cents on the dollar. It's the greatest opportunity of your lifetime. This sale will prove the sensation of the city, the towns and the country for miles around. If you miss this sale you'll regret it the rest of your natural life. The opportunity is ' fast slipping away; grasp it now, or never. Read, reflect and act as your conscience dictates. ma-jori- ty Woodward, son of Win. T. Woodward and Charles Gibson of color, a son of Rev. Henry Gibson, both living about five miles North of town, had an altercation in which Woodward shot and seriously if not fatally wounded Gibson. Full patticulars of the trouble are hard to get, but will come out in the examing trial in a few days. It is currently reported that they had had some words a few months ago and last Mtfnday morning they renewed their quarrel at which time Gibson went to his father's home aud wanted to take a cuii he said to de fend himself as lie claimed Woodward had threatened linn. Gibson's mother would not let him take the gun so the trouble for the time being ceased. ii Later on it seems Woodward became more angry and determined to settle the matter for all time to come, and while in this mood, rumor says that he came to town and bought ammunition with which to load his gun to shoot Gibson. At any rate Wood, ward went that afternoon and wound up his troubles with the darkey by shooting him, the shot taking afreet in Gibson's right side, right arm and back. After shooting Gibson, Woodward came to town immediately and surrendered himself to the authorities and is now it jail. The friends of Woodward and Uncle Henry regret very much that the boys went so far with their quarrel. The Gibson boy is about 19 years old while Woodward is about 25. Further particulars will appear in these columns after the examining trial. The Dean field operation again. coal mines Woolon Dress Goods Come down to the lowest notch in their history. But necessity knows . The. Great Cloak Sale has Been TX"oton.s3! ic for paper pins, full count. 5c for Vaseline . 10c for Pears Soap. 8c for Bultrrmilk Soap. Shoe Polish. 12c for Gilt-edg- e 48c for So 7.0 Sont. 8c for large size bottle Atuoiiu. 3c per yard for Garter Webb. -- the Sensation of the Season. The mighty dollar went a mighty long ways during the panicy tinus of the past 8 weeks; it went far into no law. gain. Misfortune came to the manufacturer, and his loss is your Twenty pieces fine all-wo- " Serges, in all the new and desirable shades, at 39c. per yard; regular value 75C. the cloak business. This is the history of the low prices The season's surplus is low, the best valto-da- Great Snlo ol Fino Veiling! Fifty pieces of fine Veiling, has lccn lightly wet all nre worth 25c to 50c a yard, and include all the newest effects in coloring. Wc offer choice of the lot in this sale at 5c a yard. Fifteen pieces homespun Plaids and Checks, Suitings, 40 to 45 road-worki- arc In inches wide, worth 75c. at 39c. Eight styles changeable whip cords, beautiful effects, 38 inches wide, . I Having had an excellentseason"on election of Grover Cleveland on tho the road" with my splendid photoot the graphing outfit I have now establishdirect pledge for the repeal "iniquitous McKinlcy Bill," nnd al- ed my gallery permanently at my though we have had a Democratic new house in Beaver Dam, Ky., where Administration for a period of eight I am fully equipped for doing nil Cabimonths, the people are still being kinds of photographic work. InstantaneShame on net photo's a specialty. "robbed" by the Tariff. Call the Democratic party for not relieving ous photographs of children. and see my work. Very truly. the dear people long ago. A. D. Taylor. in n - Woi-IiI'I'n I r. The schools of the county are Hs.lO to InAttendvery prosperous condition. On Oct. 27, 28 and 29 tickets will be on sale from Beaver Dam to Chicaance is very good, work of the teachers excellent, nnd a better co opera- go and return at $8.10, limited to six tion on the part of patron" than ever days from date of sale. m known before. The new law in refSlltor Jlet'lliil.'. erence to the furniture plays 110 doubt Judge B. I. D. Gufiy, of Morgan-towWhen you a very important part. Ky., will address the citizens you touch a man on tho pocket-boo- k of Ohio county on the silver question at once gain his attention. at Hartford, Monday, Oct., 30th, at 5:30 p. m. Everybody is invited to denounce tho attend. Papers of all parties A. S. Worslky. last Legislature aa being the worst J.I To Is .Misery ever inflicted upon tho. State. It was overwholiniugly Democratic, and the To many people who have the taint people have no assurance if another of scrofula in their blood. The agoDemocratic Legislature is chosen that nies caused by the dreadful running it will be better than tho last. What sores and other manifestations of this Kentucky needs is a Republican Ad- disease are beyond description. There ministration nnd as tho next best is no other remedy equal to Hood's salt thing for this year let us have a Re- Sarsaparilla for scrofula, dis- - rheum ise. It Vote for Aw- and every form oQblood publican Legislature. is reasonably sure to benefit all who try and Taylor. give it a fair trial. Hood's Fills cure all liver ills. Is there an intelligent Democrat county who is proud of the in MrolIiiRiit Cnurjilllp. record of his party in Congress? No, I was compelled to postpone my AdminisTho Cleveland not one. appointment for beginning a meeting tration so far is a vory costly experi- at Caneyville until next Saturday mental farce a miserable failure, night, on account of sickness, which marked by panic, bankruptcy and I trust is now broken up. I hope the ruin to tho prosperity of the people. good people will give me their hea. .y May God's blessings Voters remember this and nsk yourselves whether you aro guarding jour rest upon tile, efioits cr good. , J. C Buchanan. own and your fnnlily's interest in vot-fnm m lnmnrvntlr. ticket, when the A nl 8.1,(( party fails to administer successfully Will be given for any case of Rheutho affairs of either tho State or tho matism which cannot be cured with Nation. Druimuond's Lightning Remedy. The proprietors do not hide this offer, but And now comes Grover Cleveland print it in bold typeontlicircirculars, in his second reign and appoints a wrappers, printed matter and through mau who bought his place with 850.-00- 0 the columns of the newspapers everyof corruption money. J, Van where. It will work wonder- s- one bottle curing any ordinal case. If Allen gave to the Democratic camdoes fund in 1802 tho above sum your druggist Will not keep it he will paign order it, or it be sent to any adwith tho express understanding it dress by express on receipt of price, seems that he should receive the Ital- together with special instiuctious for ian Mission. In spite of tho fact that use. Drummond's Medicine Co., 0 CloVclaild UP- iUia linnnnin kllMlVll. Maiden Lane, New York. Agents pointed Vun Allen, who is acknowlWanted. edged by Democratic papers to have no fitness for tho position, and a SRND twelve cents in postage Democratic Senate confirms his ap- stamps to 39 Corcoran Building, WashSuch is Democracy. ington, D. C., and you will receive pointment. lour copies of Kate Fie d's Washingparty is rapidly ton, containing matter of special inThe Democratic terest. Give name convincing tho people that it is una- where you saw this and address, and advertisement, iy ble to administer successfully tho afNutioral Government and fairs of tho ii:amikmi. tho administration of nflairs in KenNews is scarce and business dull. tucky has already convinced the peoMr. J. T. Parsons has traded his ple of tho State that the party as a house and lot in this place for Mr, Tho only Powell's stock of goods in Aetnavllle ruliug party is 11 failure vote in which Democracy has been and has gone to take charge of the successful to any great extent has store. Mr. Cap Gabbcrt has a new horse been as a party of opposition. It knows perfectly well how to oppose nnd catt and proposes to take Miss and to obstruct but is merely a voice Florence Wright anywhere she wants ju proposing and carrying into eflect. to go especially Wednesday nights. Rev. Coleman, who has been conducting a scries of meetings at Sugar Every Republican Club in the Grove for sometime, baptized four cononco verts Sunday Oct. 15th. county should bo Miss Florence Wright is conductnud set to work. With tho Democratic record in Kentucky lor oxtrav-nganc- e ing a very interesting school at Burk's and mismanagement and the School-housThe Aetnaville Literary Society, failure of tho Democratic National Administration in all it undertakes, with Mr. J. II. Loyd as President, is moving along nicely. The Society there is no reason why tho Republicthe couuty by a has about twenty members nnd meets ans should not carry every Wednesday night. liandsorao majority. Every RepubThe Literary Society under the sulican can point with pndo to tho recpervision of Mr. Wm. Kcene is doing of his party, but not so with our a grand work, Mr. Hocker, the teachord oppouonts. They can but feel tho rc er, is one the poople of Ilaynesville theirs. know how to appreciate, for he not contemplating verso when These things havo weight and proper only works himself but teaches the organization will give us tho victory. childicii how to work. tho clubs. They aro tho Died of Bronchial trouble, Saturmost potent factors in a well directed day, October the 21st, the little child of Mr. and Mrs. Burt Spur- campaign. 1 1 n, 48-5in-fa- nt Almost a year has passed since the At Homo. 20.00 IN GOLD Will be given in premiums at our annual Tobacco Show, which will be held at our store in BRAVER DAM on Saturday, NOV. 4th, 1S93, for the best sample of Burley and Pryor or Red Tobacco, each a Ten Dollar Gold piece will be given. Tobacco to be grown in Ohio county with the aid of "Homestead Tobacco Grower." Samples to contain not less than five pounds and accompanied by a written statement of method of cultivation, &c. This is done to encourage the culture of the great money staple of the country. Let every farmer bring in a sample. Rxpcrienced judges will be on hand. Show at 1 p. in. at 19c, regular price Fifteen pieces black 40c. ues will go quick, aud at such unusual low prices, that somebody's going to be left arc you? Fifty good style garments, mndc in the latest fashion, nnd made to sell at from $3 to $5; while the lot last they go at $1.98. V woolen Dre;s Fifty good style garments, tans, Goods, novelty and plain Henriettas, worth from 75c. to $1.25; our price now is 55c. Fifteen pieces changeable and plain colored Cashmeres at 10c; worth more than double. greys and blacks, made to sell at from $5 to $7, go now at $3.98. Fifty good style garments, with cape collar .trimmed in braid, also plain, tans and greys, at $5, worth $7.50 to $12 50. And prices advance in proportion as you advance in price. Fifty odd Jerseys in colors and blacks, small sizes only, goods that sold OOIFLSZETTS! BARGAINS NEVER BEI'ORE EQUALED. Hocker OF THF & Co. Statement of the Condition Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK At the Close of Business From 9 until 1 1 o'clock Monday morning we will offer the remainder of our black nnd white Corsets, bought icccntly, at 50c. on the dollar, closed out from a manufacturer who needed money. The lot includes white corsets, all sizes, in perfect fitting side steels, and made to sell at $1. Alto a black sateen coiset, all sizes, fast black and good fitting. These goods are worth four times ns much more as we ask for them, but we offer them during the hours named at 25c. Full line of popular styles in . B., P. D., Royal Worcester, Schillings Moor form, Dr. Warner's, etc., at popular prices. for$i to $2 50; in order to close the lot wc put them on sale at 19c. each. Staple Dry Goods'touch You can't afiord to miss values. rock-botto- 's Prices on Shoes were never lower than they are or probably will be in your lifetime. One lot Children's Slices in Kid and Goat, Heel and Spring Heel, in sires 7 tons, at 65c, .xgular price $1 00 to $1.25. One lot Misses' Heel and Spring Heel Kid nnd Goat Shoes, sizes 12 to 23, at 75c, worth $1.50 to $1.75. One lot of Indies' Kid and Goat Button Shoes, all sizes, common sense and opera, at 98c; were $1.50 to $2.50. One lot Indies' Dongola Kid Button Shoes, extension soles and hand welt, all sizes nt $1 98; worth $2 50 to $3. to-da- Slioes! Fifty pieces best Apron Check Ginghams, blues, browns nnd greens, at 6jc, regular price ioc. lUEilliDCLery! Wcshow many new shapes and styles, beginning Monday. We also moke a special drive ol Ten dozen trimmed Sailors, high satin crown, in navy, black, green, etc., at 39c, regular price $1.25. Five dozen trimmed Infanta Caps assorted colors, at 39c., worth 50c. to 75c. Fifty pieces best Indigo Blue aud Fancy Calicoes, fast colors and on sale at 8:30 good styles, o'clock at 3ic , worth 7c. Heavy unbleached cotton, wide, at 5c. Good Canton full yard Juuo 30,1893. RESOURCES. Flannel, good weight Notes and Bills $76,205.14 Real Rstate 3,000.00 Furniture and Fixtures . . 1,500.00 Rxpensesjiaid 864.98 Caia-ohand andinB'ks . .17,447.55 . at 5C $99,017.67 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Surplus Reserve Fund Interest and Exchange Deposits 525,000.00 All Mail Orders are Given Prompt Attention j v 5,250.00 1,293.1 . . . 3,047.59 64,426.9 $99,or.-,6- m JOHN H. BARNES, Cashier. Sworn and subscribed to before rac June 30, 1893. 1114-11- 6 Rowan Holhrooks, C. O. C. C. W. H. SHACKELFORD & CO. EAST MAIN STREET, el 0WENSB0R0, KENTUCKY. By SiiELiiY Taylor, D. C. Our business continues to grow, a the above statement will show, both in magnitude nnd prosperity. Two-year-s Ntiperltitmileiit'N Appointment. ago a deposit of $25,000; one; 1 will visit the following schools at $64,000-Thi- s year ago $45,000; times named: is due to the fact that the young-me- n MONDAY, OCT. 30. are beginning to realize that it t 9 a. 111., No. 44, J. S. Field. the money made but the mone 1 1 :30,a. m , No. 62, Ira Petty. saved that sets them up in business. 2 p. m., No. 39, J. W. Petty. The man whojsaves each day and puts TUESDAY, OCT. 31. at jinterest fifty cents, will in fifty 8 a. m , No. H2, Miss Mollie Tun-stal- l. years be worth $58,000 Rich! We arc here to assist the business 11:30, a. m. No.34,D. II. GoJsey. , interests of the county, and we solicit 2:30 p. m., No. 71, I, W. Godsey. and appreciate the account of every WUDNESDAY.NOV. 1. pushing, enterprising individual or 8 a. 111., No. ioj, Cail Sopcr firm. JOHN II.BARNES.Casiiier. to-da- y Hejre'ii Hoiii.etilitg - wmmmsmmmmk :. m m lumber, ceiling,floor-ing- , windows, flash, doors, lime, cement, or builders hardware would do well to call) on or write to Building Material. .Any one needing building material of any kind, such $is 11:30, No. 35, p. m No. 73, U. C. Daruett. THURSDAY, NOV. 2. 8 a. m , No. 5, A. P. Thomas. 10 a. m., No, W. T. Sanders. 1 p. m., No. 31, G. W.. Millet. 2 The ''Trustees aud patrons are re. quested to be present. It is especially necessary that the full Board of Trustees be on hand, as Important business will be transacted with each District. Trustees will bring their Record Book and District Boundary. Resp'y, Jo. B. Rogers. All the talk in the world will not convince you so quickly as one trial of De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve for scalds, burns, brHiises, skin affection U B. Bean. and piles. We are manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal directly with the consumer, thus saving him the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices are reasRespectfully, onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. Cary Mahble, O wensboro, Ky.j F. A. AMES Owensboro, Ky. & CO. 2 -. ? 1 tvr P..JS.JV v.'J, "jyiu-l'.- u ";V ntx- - ,V.-- f ; y i- -, hiw,,,.' Utr --Ff , P 1 " A W. II. WIIilAMS LEADS. Best line of orcrcoiU at l'rtlr Bros. & Co. .4. H aBavsSiiiie Pace is the barber. Smootjfor Photographs. Coll 6(1 '.4 , Fnlr llros. Shoes. & ' & Co. lor Hoots and . V T i N I vJP k THAT BY -- . " i' ,J'Y . ! Au ' -- A.rl,lxx :r Plain Statera.ent; Ixlo-23aa,iri3K., - J ' WE SHALL GIVE G-xe,te:-:- v - Xs! ' W'f HterfSv 't . O-reat- er Grreatr Satislaotion, 3rjrGEtt&jr "Xra,TcL&, Bargains, -- rxiTDllolt;y, AND SAVE '3fc ,'v- YOU A DOLLAR NOW AND THEN. Fall Goods in Dress Patterns, Cloak, Wraps and General Lines. 7? FAIR BROS, ft CO ' '?.s, ;, : 1 " ' , lK-- T- -- c,a t t."W- - Tt. "r TO SEE THE ( ftVJ.JlJI'l. fi Cora to Hartford rVM!J.VllS'it fc. - itur I'v-'- V , mfrnj . tn.- - " - .J" SPRING OPENING OF C. L. Field's car of Buggies just from the HIM. Will i VSLr 'v. Davis Carriage Company. He will bavo you MONEY by Buying from sell you a Buggy, Harness, Lap Duster and Whip from $60.00 up to 175.00. in Cincinnati. The Davis Carriage Company has the reputation of building the best Buggy for the money of any Factory So come and judge for yourself. .Nr :v M $37.50 SOUTHERN QUEEN $37.5? . hiit poulblc i a Top Buggy with Silver - plated Daih Rail, Seat Rail, Handle, Hub Hands and Shaft Tips, for above price f O 13 o ., e Plenty llnscy, je in"?, mid etc. at Bros.. & Co. raiding place to buy Millinery Is & Co. Sm odtist best Photographer in Fair Bros the cot; Economy headquarters for all, at Co. Tracy & Son keep the best tin- Fair Bros. & ware In town, and biggest stock ol Clothing Best Turnips, protatocs and dried beans at Fair Bros. & Co. at Tracy & Sons'. GRIND, OiuNi), grind, goes Fnir SWEET or SOUR PICKLES at Bros. & Co.'s trade mill. Stevens & Collins. Fair Bros. & Co. do the Millinery FRESH OYSTERS always 011 hand business; see them for the latest. nt Stevens & Collins. You can get the best feed for your The largest and best line of soaps In horse the best of buggies and conveyances nt Cascbier & Burton's. Cull town is at Tracy & Sou's. on them day or night. Everybody can be fitted in ClothFenl l'ltrlo'ft Appointment. ing at Carson & Co.'s Hon. F. W. Piitlewill speak at the following places: Look at Stevens & Collins' assortBeaver Uatn, Tuesday, Oct, 31, at ment of POCKET KNIVES. 630 p. m. If you need a stylish Hit see Mu4 Taylor Mines, Wednesday, Nov. 1, at 6:30 p. in. Sara Collins with Carson & Co. Pretis, Thursday Nov. 2 at 6:30 Try Stevens & Collins for p. m. will save you money. they Beda, Saturday, Nov. 4. at 1 p. 111, Clear Run, Saturday, Nov. 4 at 6:30 and Bologna siujagc Cheese, dried beef'always on hand, at W. H. p. m. Victory School-housMonday Nov. Williams.' 6 at 6:30 p. m. All other cindiditej are reipictful-l- y BACON, FOR BREAKFAST invited to attend. HAMS, or FLOUR, call on Stevens T. II. BHLI.MAIN, Ch'm'n. & Collins. Bun Newton, Sec'y. W. H. Williams wants your GINSENG. POULTRY and all kinds of PERSONAL country producs. A. Godshaw, Beda, was in town Try W. II. Williams for tea and codee, for he sells them cheaper than Monday. any one in town. E. B. Allen, Rosine, was in town this week. Messrs. Virgil Rcnfrow and W. II. J. W. Tichenor, Point Pleasant was Moore are building a large flouring in town Monday. mill at Hincs Mill. W. P. Render, Point iMeasant, was NEW CROP of CRAB CIDER and in the city Wednesday. CIDER VINEGAR at W. H. WiMr. Frank Hawes, one of Prentis' lliamsthe finest in town. successful farmers, called to see us Mr. Sam Neal, of Whitesville, has Wednesday. v purchased the Aetnaville tobacco faMrs. Luella Johnson, of McLcm ctoryconsideration $1,000 county, is visiting her mother, Mrs. another new Ann Bennett. We will receive Commonwealth's Attornev T. E. lot of Hats and Caps. If you want Rowo, Owensboro, spent last Friday I the latest, visit Carson & Co. and b ituruay in tovv.i Smoot.Hjie Photographer, will leave G. S. Fitzhugh, Republican CandiII you want In a rw days. town date for Sctiool Superintendent, was s give him a call. in the city Sunday and M mday. Remember that W. H. Williams is Truman Woodard, Centertown, sou HEADQUARTERS for BANANAS. of Esquire C. L. Woodward, entered ORANGES, lemons, figs and etc. college here last Monday nnrning. Ray Armstrong, traveling salesW.H.Williams has the finest NEW CROP NEWORLEANS MOLASES man tor Belknap & Co , Louisville, was in town Saturday and Sunday. and CORN SYRUP in town try it. Col. W. II. Moore, wife and son, Carson & Co.'s stock of Fall Dry Willie, are visiting in Fordsville, the Goods was selected during hard guests ofDr. and Mrs. E. W. Ford. times, and will be sold at hard times Rev.W. B. Barnett, ofCamba, Chio, prices. who has been spending a few days Denutv Sheriff Pierce, ot Daviess witn relatives on No Creek, returned county, brought Booker Mason, of home Tuesday. color, to town last Sunday and placed Mrs. Chapaze, Mra. Sam K. Cox, him in Jail on thechargeoftheunlaw-ful'sal- e W.H. Griffin and wife, Wayne Griffin, G. B Likens, G. B Slack and O. M. of whisky. Shultz arc attending the World's Don't forget that Carson & Co. Fair. carry a full and complete line of staMiss Eva Pirtle, who is tcacahi' at ple and Fancy Groceries, which will be sold like all other goods they sell Ui.iaveue ana .miss I'lomnce wnjiic. who is teaching nt Burk's S;hool-housat the lowest cash prices. spent Saturday and Sunday in The season will soon be here when Fordsville. you will spend most of your time inKev. L. R. Barnett left last Friday doors. Sec Carson & Co.'s mam- for .Rives, Term., where he will spend moth stock of furniture and fix up a few days, after which he goes to your home for a winter of pleasure theStUeofArkinsis, where he will and comfort. enter the ministry. Jo. Foster and family, Kinderhook, If you should be in Owensboro and wish to purchase anything, you would and Mrs. R. D Banneft and family do well to call on W. H. Shackleford. wsre the guests of Clayton Woodward Saturday & Co. They are reliable business and family, Centertown. men and will treat you right. They night and Sunday. L. F. Hocker, a former resident of fill all mail orders promptly. Read their "ad" in this issue of the Repub- Ohio county, but now a prosperous farmer near Curdsville, Daviess counlican and trade with them. ty, spent Saturday night with Iriends Prof. Wm. Foster, Vice President of and relatives near town. Hartford College, will deliver a lecture on Education nt Ccnteitown on The and musjics nre so luSaturday night.Nov. 4th Prof. Foster bricated by Hood's Sarsapanlla that is one of our best educators, a fine all rheumatism and stiffness soon speaker and the iwople of that vicin- disappears. Get only Hood's. ity who fail to hear him will miss a They Ilroke lulo Henlrow'MtUoro. a rare treat. Sometime in the latter pait of last Mr. Wm E. Ward, ol Kindcrhook, September Fitzhugh Renfrew's store killed an owl last Saturday night at Hines Mill was burglarized to the that measured three feet, four inches amount of several hundred dollars in and a quarter from tip to tip of its goods and some money. At the time of wings. The people in that neighborthe robbery John and William Billings hood have been missing chickens for and Wm. Foreman were suspicioned some time, and Mr. Ward is certainly and in a short time they left the entitled to a chicken pie for his skill neighborhood, the Billings going to as a marksman. Henderson and Foreman to Evans-villMr. Renfrew, in the mean All the copies of the new School Law sent to the CountySuperintend-en- t time was on the alcu, writing several He wrote letters to Henderson, Evansville and have been distributed. more other places, gathering such evidence to Frankfort for twenty-fiv- e copies, but could getonlysix. If your as he could until last week he went to Henderson district has not been supplied it is ed evidencehimself and there obtainto convince him they is no remedy, unlortunate. but there except to borrow n copy from an ad- were the guilty parties and had them arrested, the Billings' at Henderson joining district. and Foreman at Evansville. When Foreman broke down A few weeks ago we inserted an arrested Five and gave the whole. tiling away. cstray notice in our columns. days alter we received a card saying: Sheriff Stevens went to Henderson "The notice has done its work and last Monday morning and returned the lost is found." Those who have with them Tuesday and thfey were " anything whatever to advertise, placed in jail to await examining whether it is merchandise or some- trial. thing else, can find no better medium than Tub Rrpublican, It reaches the people. Iluy your Clothing Co.'s. Tincy for fresh groceries. at Caraon Fair mmrv mmw Mtimvi i,viniliviui J The manufacturers have sent us the goods and now they clothing; boots, shoes, dry goods, furnishing want and must have the CASH. We are bound to raise it even though we are compelled to SACRIFICE a $20,000 STOCK of GRO-CERIE- S GOODS, Etc. Every article, no matter be what it may, it must bo sold. Owing to limited space and time, we cannot quote" prices, but will guarantee to all a Saying of 25 to 50 per cent. On all Purchases. This is strictly a BONA EIDE aSALE and intended for the benefit of OUR customers as well as the manufacturers. We gain nothing. ITS ALL for YOU. Now is your opportunity to buy your fall goods. REMEMBEK, every Article is at your MERCY. We refuse no reasonable offer. to-da- y first-clas- wk COME EARLY AND SECURE THE CHOICE Selections of Entire Stools.. eE3spot-u-ll3r, e, ffi. The house that defies competition and KAHN. . laughs at opposition 4 jo-nt- s ASSIGNEES SALE GENERAL MERCHANDISE At Beaver Dam, Kentucky. The entire Stock of General Merchandise of the late firm of i e. D. J. COLEMAN & CO., 'ii i Is now offered at and below COST. This stock consists of a weU . selected line in every department of a A large line of Womens' Cloaks and Wraps of the latest Styles and Quality. In this line will be found many bargains for this Fall and Winter. A complete line of Men, Women and Children's Shoes. Hats, Caps, Dry Goods and Notions of every description. Now is your chance to lay in your winter supply of goods at absolute wholesale COST. This sale will continue from day to day until the entire stock Respectfully, is sold. A large line of Mens and Boys Clothing. . as Write for our CINCINNATI. THE SOUTHERN BUGGY 00. OHIO. New 80 page Catalogue Auorcsi of all kinds of Vehicles. Rev. E. E. Pate is conducting a very successful meeting at Liberty. He came home Tuesday night and performed the rights of matrimony between J. T, Moore and Miss Trudie Duke Wednesday morning, and returned to the meeting Wednesday evening, Quite an interest is being taken, and we hope much good will be accomplished. -- ' . U EiiiAN r, imt nrnpt.lnia n nuslness lonllnirea. They rea'tV Book-Keenl- BUSINESS COLLEGES dNOORPORATIOJ Louisville. Ktve JrJf. Man, Boo'y. Addrona f owensooro, iy., or Kvansvniey Ky., Training. and Shorthand to business nndauccoM. Catalniraa rroo. at Bponcerlan c3ue inu. FnmAV, OcronnR 37, 1893. A very unfortunate affair occurred .atFordsville last week. Prof. S. W. Pate, teacher of the Intermedial Department of the Fordvllle school corrected a small boy, a very rude little fellow, as we lenrn, whereupon the boy became very boistrous and the Prof, gave him a aoilnd ' threshing. The matter was btoughtup before the Police Judge Saturday aud the teacher was fined $7,50. The people are almost unanimous in condemning the action of the cort and sustaining the They made up the entire teacher. fine. Aside from this little affair the schoolis a very successful one. " Mrs. Wedding, wife of Dr. S. J. Wedding, Rosine, is very low of consumption and her life la almost despaired of. Jim Tom Moore, ofSulphur Springs, and Miss Prudie Duke, daughter of Mr. Ike Duke, of the Concord neighborhood, were quietly married at the home ol the bride's father last Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock, Rev. E. E. Pate pronouncing the ceremony. They are both very popular in that community and the Republican wishe. them a long and happy Journey through lifey Mr. T. J, Morton and sister, Miss Elva,entertalned a few of their many friends last Monday evening form -- 8 to 1 1 o'clock, The business man who places an advertisement in a paper does it in the hope ot gaining the trade of those So then the who read that paper. adveitiscments found in our columns are the direct invitations of the adJfr. George 8mlth vertisers to the readers of the Uralde, Texas. to trade with them, and everything else being equal, men and women like to go and will go where Merchants they have been invited. What Mr. Smith Thlnki H Would liar who by advertising invite customers to their stores, may be relied upon to Said About Hood's Sarsaparilfa have a stock worthy of inspection "Had BhaVcipearo tired here and suffered m I bare, I think ho would have said, Throw and purchase. Such are they whose away all medicine except Hood'a Barsapa. 3, advertisements you find in Tin? Rean rill, to,As Iibtb EngUihroiui. coming to urn felt the heat Tenr much. In ellmal I publican. We reach the people and ma prtnx l tell m u I naa nil mo earo ana ant liiiv or America on mv mind. I sot one the merchants know it. If you need botu ot llood'i Harsapullla and otter I bad aduutea ii i reii ai u i coma unacruas dry goods, goto the men whose FITS. All fits stopped free by Dr. vertisements you see in Tub RepubThe President's Outlet. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. No heatj tt I had a Marvelous lican. If you need groceries, buy tut month uuposilble return ot prickly lie down fits after first day's use. trial bottle to ttand up or itemed cures. Treatise and $2.00 them of the grocerymen who a invite without almojt tearing myioll to pieces. I then sot one more bottle and It lias not only Iree to Fit cases. Send to Dr. Kline, If you through Thk Republican. cured the beat but I boiler It put my blood 931 Arch St, I'hila., Pa. For sale by you need buggies, carts or carriages, 36 iy all druggists; call on yours. purchase from those who advertise in In eood condition. I adrlst alt to talc Thk Republican. If you want the , Hood's tUmparlll In tho spring and falL Man r Persons best bargains and the best treatment, Jio'ih',u! Ire brjlea Iown l.cm Clonal Smith, Uvalde, Texas. ' look over Tub Republican and trade Hrowii'ii Iroii Mttois cure I.'aiuea, Sick Headache, I Heed's Pills rtliitil'N the system, nlds illi;etlon. removes rx. with Its advertisers. ledlfesUoB, Biliousness, sold by all druggist. jwnef l'!c. uuiUurjiuuUiU Ot UwgcuukM ii, SHAKESPEARE G. M. Maddox, This October 1893. Wnntcdt of good popOne or two lar lumber. Address, F. A, Auks & Co., Owensboro, Ky. 5 tf car-loa- Assignee. s ft WHISKEY; curwl at homo 11 Atlanta. Ga. Offic nd OnlnmTIuMtM wlUv ' IH.M.WOOLLKY.H.D. 1WH WhltehallBU Hood'sSCures 1 "perfection." Oneworddescribesit We refer to De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, which cures obstinate sores, burns, skin diseases and is a well known cure for piles. I,. B. Dram. White Teachers' Exanination Friday November, on. , ri . -- o i .vi r' . J.Ci ' '! .t V ' ".. Ji ;H A .y .j.tLj'T A JV S ' laMsssitfiliiiliisii ' .' r '.'ii ' f' : v Jl Tf -I- V 'J' ; ' k: wn wiiiii ii r "ininw m maa.r;4S3 Hartford Hepublican OCTOUHIl 2J, 1893. BEGINNER. THE BEAUTEOUS ElioMni ilsnll sArclnml tremulous llrforc our rml'licil gli:lit. In (lnlhly enrb.'a tlslon fair Of jouth nml loiitjf brlslit. A I Ibbonril rssiiy In her band blio trembling liolcln nml rends Hi tnge reflections ns In wl.at Humanity most needs. 8I10 Is so fair, no snect, so puro, As wo behold licr tlicro, , Tlint who of us hears hat sho Burs, Or who of us can rare It all bcrthouKlitsnronll licrown Or taken from winio Iwok, Or If her practical mnmiim lias taught her how to coolr Somervlllo Journal. spoken till then so open and so gay-w- as formal now, circumspect, stilted, almost unpleasant. Goodby to Intimate "chatter," to all freedom! Ho chose his words carefully. No more jokes now! At first AiUolucUo was disconcerted by it, but surmounting her painful impression she appeared happy enough for two. Sho was thoTlrst to speak of their plans, saying, as if inadvertently, "theso dear plans." Ho still called her "mademoiselle,'' whilo sho called him "Frederick." Sho consulted him about tho details of their futuro home. What shade did ho prefer for tho curtains? And when they wcro passing tho glass works, stooping to kiss Martha, sho prompted: Say 'Good morning, Aunt Fred.'" Tho attorneys had taken tho matter in hand. Everything was ready, for tho lieutenant had told his sister: "Act for mo. Havo tho settlements an- TIIE RED RIBBON. Undo Fred was simply a very nice fellow whoso nauio wiw Frederick Bar-rotHo was of n good disposition. That could bo read on his youthful face, such n youthful faco that on Boeing the narrow red ribbon in his buttonhole people EOinutitiics asked him for his story. And he, to nvold tho embarrassment felt in speaking of one's self, answered somewhat maliciously: "I was born 28 years ago, and since then nothing over happened to me." But it was not to. It happened to him that ho had bravely won this roil ribbon which showed so advantageously upon his breast. Having been sent to Tonquiu as a cavalry officer, ho had freed u battery of artillery which the enemies already belioved in their possession. Unfortunately it also happened to him during tho fight that ho had received a bullet in tho side. As ho had leen too recently appointed lieutenant to be promoted to tho rank of captain, ho received instead tho cross of tho Legion of Honor, and this greatly helped to heal his wound. Still, however well healed it might have been, he remained very weak. t Ho was sent homo to becomo stronger. And this is how, for tho last fortnight, ho had been living in clover nt tho homo of his sister, Mine. Julia Duchcmin, whoso husband owned a glass works at Povos, near Amiens. Frederick was happy there, for ho loved his sister, and his sister loved him. Tliero was but ono drawback to his happiness. His brother-in-laJacques Duchcmin, had been obliged to leave on tho day following tho young ofllccr's ar s. drawn to suit yourself," As for him, to all questions ho rr i After dinner the lieutenant accompanied tho ladies home, walking by their side along the road. At tho door they bado one another goodby. After that word had been spoken Antoiuetto remained at Frederick's side, very closo to him. Sho appeared to await something. 2. It is the duty of trustees to proHo understood. And once more lowceed, whenever notified in writing, ering his oyes ho saw tho red riblion lit by the lust rays of tho setting sun. And to levy tax and take the necessary A levy as in an hallucination iu tho rustling of steps to execute the work. the leaves ho thought ho heard again, presupposes a collection within the "It would not bo acting like a gentle- times prescribed by the revenue laws, man." Then, dazzled, ho stepped back, and in and the plea ot lack of means to proa choking voico said: "Listen! My heart ceed promptly inadmissible. The is bursting. Even if I unsettle, every- language "whenever notified" cannot I must speak. I must tell you" thing, be construed to admit of delay ou the What? Everything! Ho stated everything iudeed tho situations, his ecru- - part of trustees as to cither levyiug . rival. pies, his great sorrow. the tax or building, repairing, or fur-- . As a compensation thero was between Antoinette and her mother sought to nisliing, or all, as the case may be the brother and tho sister tho lattcr's interrupt him, repcating,"But but" daughter, a girl just over 0 years of age, He did not listen. Ho went on to the If found better for the district to borwho appeared delighted with Undo end. And then only were they able to row for immediate payment ot conFred and with tho gold lnco of his uni- finish their sentence: tractors and school supply companies form, and for whose beuefit Frederick "But wo know it!" then go in debt to them, they can became a boy again. You know that my sister and "What! bjrrow t'lc money and pledge the All tho acquaintances they had but her husband aro threatened with" with whom they sustained almost con"Certainly, wo know it," said the dis r ct. stant intercourse were Mine. Bour- widow. "And this is why we hurried tho 3. A failure to execute within one geois, a widow, and her daughter An- conclusion, which will at last give us tho year, the order to build and furnish toinette, a young girl of 18. right to ward off the misfortune they do is a misdemeanor, punishable by a How pretty Bhe was! Not so much in not deserve." fine. regularity of feature, but in her sim"And you. Antoinette?" plicity, her natural grace, hor personal Somewhat confused, sho replied: Superintendents and 4. County charm. "I? Oh, I had but ono fear not to trustees arc required to have eveiy As for Mine. Bourgeois, sho was kindAdplease youl" Now York Commercial school-hous- e equipped as specified in vertiser, ness itself, but a jovial, indulgent, smiling kindness. Section 78. Polly as h Tattor. Mother and daughter wcro a charming 5. The requirements that the school- Thero was a parrot onco that belonged pair. house have a sufficient supply of to a clergyman. In the circumstances That is what our young man had asgentleman's household Polly nat- good water, convenient of access, encertained at once, to his no small satis- of that becamo religious and learned sev- joins upon the trustees faction. Ho found an attraction ho had urally the making phrases of iu master's profession. never before experienced in meeting eral day irresponeiblo worshiper got, of good wells or cisterns, when water One this theso ladies. Wero they lato in coming? Timo seemed heavy to him. And if his nobody knew how, into church while cannot be had otherwise. A prompt compliance with the proBister advised him to go for them off he servico was going on. As it was behaving itself nobody disturbed it, where it went at once. visions of the law, as herein adverted It was not far, it is true. Threo hun- sat jierched on a pew, for the remedy to, would place your people at such dred yards from tho glass works. They might havo proved worse than tho evil. As for evil, tho parrot nover thought an advantage in an educational way lived in a large villa, surrounded by a it. At fine park, which belonged to tho young ofhymn. last tho clergyman nnnounced as to justify them in expecting, even inn j er Nllillli Oltjpcl to Its Admix- girl in her own right, without counting a "Let us sing," said ho, "tho four hun- demanding, of their teachers results moil nml Hip Court Siiolnln- en Hint. other property which it was rumored dred and first hymn." commensurate with the handsome emeu; roosT. amounted to over a million. But at this point it was found that fund paid by the State to supplement But Frederick did not care for that. Polly was iu another Who is there in or around about devotion. It was the young girl's character which Immediately after theframe of announce- local means; without such compli- Jonesville, Wis , that does not know priest's attracted him. ance, Kentucky will continue to waste ment of the hymn it exhorted tho Billy Smith, the lawyer? Billy adOno morning after breakfast Fredercontradictorily, "Let ns pray." annually, many thousands of dollars. ick was smoking h cigar in tho garden ded fresh laurels to those which alBoston Herald. Hven the the best of teachers cannot by his sister's title, in whoso skirts tho ready crowned him by some cute obteach, as this age demands that they little Martha was diligently curling hor Slope of Hirer. jection he filled in a case tried in that doll's wig. Generally speaking, tho slope of rivers shall teach, in poor houses, poorAt tho tablo they had spoken of An- flowing into the Mississippi from thoeost ly equipped. The children must be city. It was a very old case, and it toinette, and now now they still spoko is on an uverago about 3 inches per excited much interest in the town. of her. Then after a moment of silenco mile. Those entering ft from the west put under such conditions that they A farmer named Btoughton, living can learn; and the workman, even in sigh: Frederick said, with a have an average descent of about 0 inches near Jonesville, has a neighbor who "What a pity she is bo richl" per mile. Tho average descent per milo the ream of mind, must have his owned a blooded bull. This bull "Why?" asked Julia, looking steadily of the Missouri after it leaves tho moun- tools. ot her brother, with eyes full of anxiety. tains is reckoned at about a foot; tho broke into a field of Broughton's, and Respectfully, "To woo a young girl you know to bo Des Moines from its source to its conthat farmer, in an attempt to drive a millionaire, wheu besides your salary junction with the Mississippi, 7.3 inches. Ho Pokti'.h Thompson, him out, rather got the worst of it. you scarcely have $y,000 a year, would Tho entiro length of tho Ohio shows n Supt. of Public Instruction. The bull chased and the persued and not bo acting liko a gentleman." fall of even 0 inches. Tho Mississippi To her brother's surpriso, Julia did from the nicuth of tho Ohio to tho gulf persuer reached the fence the bull IIOUTO.-V-. not answer. She had turned her head lms a fall of "jut 3) inches. Chicago Oct. is -- Mrs. Ilila Simmons is aided Mr. Broughtou in scaling it. Ho put his hand on her shoulder, aside Ikrald. improving. He took him on his horns and threw vrith a heavy heait, exclaiming: Miss Georgia Wedding is quite ill him bodily over it. Broughton warn"You aro crying! What is tho matter? ori'iciAi,. What ails you?" Ori'ici: 01' Sui'Krinti:ni)i:nt at this writing. ed the owner that he must keep the "Nothing!" she replied, with n smile op Puni.ic Ixstiiction We are glad tosee ourgenial friend, animal tieJ up or there would be drowned in tears. I?i(ANKroKT,KvOct. 13, '93. Charles Cooper out again. trouble. Tho young myi kneeled beforo her, To County Superintendents and No attention, however, was paid to Miss Lucy Townsend visited Hartand putting his arms around her said: "Julia! Julia! I have but you '21 the Trustees: Requirements of the law as ford last Saturday. the warning, and only a few day aftto building, repairing and furnishing world. You havo bomo sorrow. Oh, Born to the wife of James Muir, er the first mishap the bull was found beg of you do not hiua it fi out ine! Sis- School-houseinclosing grounds and on the 12 tli in st , a fine girl. James again iu Broughton's fie'd. Calling ter, dear little bister! You have no right providing water: is as happy as a coon in a roasting ear to his help some ot his men, Broughto conceal it ftom me." I call your attention to the fact Sho hesitated for u moment; then in n ton got the bull into his barn, whete patch low voice, in uccents choked with bobs, that the School Law is specific in the W. V. and R. I). Tattim have been Injuries were iflictcd upon it fioiu bljo whispered her confidence. It wad matter of furnishing school-housewhich it died. The owner of the hauling logs near White Run. simple mid short. making enclosures where necessary bull sued Broughton for the value of W. II, Davidson and wife are visA bank suspended payment. Through this they would loo ft lurgo amount. and providing for a supply of good iting the family of I. Iv. McClttre. the beast and that gentleman retainThat is why Duchcmin was traveling. water. Making sorghum has been the or- ed Billy Smith as his conn sel. Alas, his letters announced notliinggood! As much of this work should be On the day of the tilal the courtBut iu tho uie.iutime what is the con- done as soon as practicable, and all der of the day for the past few weeks. room was packed, for it was hinted The yield is good. nection between tliis disastir and school-house- s condemned must be loro for Antoinette? Some of our neighbor's children that Billy Smith had several bonmots Ah, yes, yes! Becoming rich through built and furnished within a year would like to read the Rki'Uhmcan, he intended springing. I am sorry his wife, tho lieutenant would havo cotno front date of condemning order, unbut their parents are so strcneout. my infoniient's memory was so derescue. to his brother-in-law'- s der penalty to delinquent trustees of on politics that they will not allow fective, for relating the story to me Julia, moved to terns, was saying: "And then Jucques is so kind, so dili Indictment for misdemeanor and fine them that pleasure. "Woe unto you he could only call to mind one, but to one hundred dollars gent, bo houestl If you only know, Fred, of twenty-fiv- e when all men speak well of you." that one was important and had how ho lovis your sister mid what each, it becomes intoprtnut to all conSuch is the "littleness" of some much to do with winning the case she owes him! Ah, ruin, privrequirements be ationsthat is nothing! Tho hard part is cerned that these Democrats. They are so prejudiced for his client. Billy's wit and humor that a man like Jacques should bear the clearly set forth, that they will not see or let their off- on this occasion were exceptional Sec, 4 prescribes, as in the old undeserved stain of a kind of disgrace even for him, and he ha I the spectaWill it over bo granted to mo to console law, that the County Superintendent spring see the truth. They must tors and even the judge himself a "rule or ruin." him?" condemn any school-hous- e In his turn tho young man kept quiet, "shall We think the nation hai cut .ts greater parler part of the time. lowering Lis oyes, thinking of this mar- wltich.is delapidatcd, unhealthy, or eye teeth this time. II the rule of Among others there was one witriage which might havo saved his rela- otherwise unfit to be occupied, etc." Democracy brings the country to ness lor the prosecution, a farm-hantives. It goes further, howcver.and includes such bankruptcy as the past year has, who was endeavoring tomakeoutthat But whilo lowering his eyes ho Paw his "fence or other inclosure the bull only did his ditty iu ch isiug what, oh! what! would be the condi red ribbon, and it seemed to him ho when such inclosure insufficient for o heard an interior voico repeating tho tion of the country if they were J Mr. Broughtou and tossing him out ho had just uttered, "It would not the protection of the house orground." insured full sway for a decade. into the road. He tried to make out bo acting liko a gentleman." Next see Sec. 78, where it is made U. Know. that the.biill was more playful than He also saw that Martha no longer obligatory on trustees, whenever the lirtrl nnlv iifrlv n,wl if flmnirlitrirl curled her doll's wig. Sitting on tho school-hous- e has been A NciiimIiiIoiii Administration. ground motionless and silent, the child building of a ed properly he would not have been. N. V. TIlIIIUNK. ordered, to have it built and furnish was looking ut her mother, who wept hurt. Sho wept in silenco ulso. ed within a year, under penalty. Mr. Cleveland's second Adminis"Why," said the witness, "it Is "Julia," said tho young man soberly, Note also character of house and tration will go down into history with "go, in my name, to usk for Mile, Bourtrue the bull did chase the defendant. malodorequipment. the taint of two especially geois' hand." He went after him and, 'Boo, boo, See again in Sec. 41, where it is ous scandals attached to it. The Gar"At last!" triumphantly exclaimed Antoinette's mother after Julia had formumade mandators on the County Su- land scandal of the first Cleveland boo,' " and the witness endeavored to lated her request. Then calling her perintendent to "condemn all school Administration was bad enough. Tbe imitate the sound of a bull roaring daughter she added in tho joyful mildly and not savagely. tone: "Come ho has como to it! An- furniture or apparatus, insufficient in retention of Attorney General Garlund Billy Smith was on his feet in an swer, darling. Tell toll how backward quality or not of the required charac- in Mr. Cleveland's Cabinet ffter his wo found htm!" ic instant with nil objection. acceptance of a huge block of "I obter, and order the same replaced with A lovely smile, bo chaste in its frank- proper furnituic or apparatus as prestock became known was a ject," he said turning to the judge, ness, lit up tho young girl's faco and In Sec. 78 are gross offence against public morality "to the admission to what the bull without speaking sho advanced toward scribed in Sec, 78." You are well Mmo. Duchcmin with extended hands. enumerated the articles which mutt and justice. But even this is dwarft-c- d said as evidence. Thcu, kissing hor: by the open sale of the Ambassa- aware your honor, that It is a combe provided, namely: "I urn bo huppy," she exclaimed dorship to Italy for $50,000 and the mon maxitnin in common law that 1. A teacher's desk and chair. bravely. spectacle of attorney General O'.ney the speeches remarks or sayings of 2. A seat, patent or otherwise, Tho very next day Frederick began with back for each child, the height J acting In the capacity of director ami; persons who inayf luive 'died ill the ills "wooing," as it is called. Yet wlmt a stratio tlilngl lie, bo out- r. e, 1 s, Fied-erick's hap-pine1 sen-teucnr-tPan-Klectr- swered: "Yes. All right. As you please." So much so that nt lost Julia took him nsido and said to him: "Take care, Fred. Tuko caro lest you gricvo this child," "Griovo her!" ho repeated, startled. "It would causo 1110 tho most bitter remorse." "Yet one would think yon do not love iter." "Not lovo her!" exclaimed tho young man. "I would bo tho most ungrateful fellow. Oh, on the contrary, I lovo her with all tho power of my boul, of my conscience and of my probity. Dovoid of feeling as I may appear, my heart is all her own. I admire, and I adore her. Ah, why is sho not ioor? You would 6eo you would see thou, Julia," ho added, relapsing into his darker mood. The eventful day was fixed. The bans wne to be published. its back to suit the ngc of the child no- - desk or bench to be made to accommodate more that two children. 3. Writing decks or tables for pupils studying writing'. 4. Blackboard space of nt least 50 fet t square. 5. Water stand. 6. Gong or ctll bell. 7. Tcrtcstial globe. S. Wall map of the world, wall map of the Unite 1 States, and wall map of Kentucky. 9. Such chnits upon reading, writing, physiology, etc., ns the trustee tuny select. Please now to note especially the Whenevinitial sentence of Sec. 78 er the County Superintendent notifies the ttustecs, 111 writing, that n school house or the iuclosures thereof has been couJciuncd, and needs or nddtlioiH, or that lurni-tttr- e or apparatus is sufii "lent, then, it tlttre are n.i fumW availa ble (or Mich repairing or purchasing, the trustees shall levy a tax, etc. This tax may be levied for foar ye us and in case of emergency the trustees can borrow such sum as can be p lid off by a lour year lax. See next Seo. 83: Tiicy,(thc trustees) shall bee that a sufficient supply of good water is, furnished uithiit easy access of the school-houslor the benefit of theschoo ." To stun up, it is clear that: 1. It is the duty ol the County Superintendent to condemn every una..d all school suitable school-hoiib- c furniture or apparatus insufficient iu quality or not ol the required chare-teof sent and for important railroad corpo rations. The Olney' scandal, .which had been temporarily obscured by the publication of the fact that Mr. Cleveland had ratified the sale of nil Ambassadorship to n N'cwnrt plutocrat, has been brought into prominence again by the nclive part ttken by Ol-nin the rcgu'ar meeting of the stockholders of the Boston and Maine railroad. At this meeting the Attorney Gciwral of the United States, nc ot whose nnst important linv of the feeler il tio.is is the laws tie ding with corporation sto '1 holder, director and legal conns The I) .toii and M tine railrot ts a Jntcrstate line, w liosenpcratioiisco.il under the regulations of the Interstate Coinnieice act. At any time it mat be come the imperative duty of Attoi ncy Gciieral Olney to prosecute for violation of the law the corporation in whic'i in his a divji pjri mil inte est, and of which he is the legnl champion. No :ua:i cms.TVe tvomasteis. Mr Olney is either the strvnt' of the people of the United tnttr", who pa him his h alary as Attorney Cmcra' or he is t't? servant of the Inters nt railway tint pays hi iu to defend its interests. lie can n it be counsel fo the prosecution ami the defence at the same time. His rosition would be intolerable to a 111 111 with niiorlinaily keen sens.: of p.rsonal honor. No President who w s t ue to the honor and interests of the nation would an Attorney General of this soit. It is no wonder that even the Mugwumps, Mr. Cleveland's purblind worshipers, arc becoming disgusted with the absolute indifcrencc ol their idol to common principles of political morality. We find the Provi lence Journal saying: " The Olney afTair, added to the Van Allen matter, the footing of the It-office- s and the consular scivricc and or her things ot that sort, must make it plain to the dullest observer what sonic time ago became apparent to the keener studeutsof politics, that Mr. Clevclan I had given up all pre tense of conforming to cxcipthnally high standards m public life of especially consulting the ideas of the more decent and honorable people of of the country." The Pros has repeatedly pointed out that Mr. Cleveland's claim to a lofty standard of political v.rtue was nothing but a pretense. It hasexpos- ed his hjpocrisy, his abject willingness to make deals with Tammany polititioas when he thought his own interests were to be promoted thereby, and his subserviency to the worst elements of the Democratic arty. I At length the men who have been Mr. Cleveland's most enthusiastic admirers are forced to confess that they have been humbugged and that the ndividiul t.i: hivj rf.--: upjti a pedestal for the adoration of the American people has disgraced the Presidential oflkc by his stolid defiance of public decency an 1 justice. CDitnsel y cxe-'ittl1 -ic-ta- in ' HILL'S UEEl t DCUCilDCD nCrnCrnDCn and iutiio tbo mon cnrciui mvcsuirauon m loour rojpomiuu-llyautho inertia of our Tablets. d K GUAttASTEE A CURE wucoinpiotciytioetny mo orMro for TOnACCO In from atoll day. Perfectly harm- vnuao 1111 bh; nm-snun iimy Hj Riven III a Clip Ol It'll OTCOII CO WUDOMl 111 KDOWI ruHuwi iuu iauuiui wuu win vumuumiy lopituuKingorcuawing 111 u low a ay. FlH NKF.NNTCK Jllla MnnPIlTWP nAJHT en taonw. la ;l.omc,nntl wltU- uiiuiiiiuiiiiuuu uuu Jiiuui liiiiij 11111111 ouwmy cnuri on mu pari di inormucnl.Dyiliousoor our SI'UCIAL rORMULA GOLD CURO TABLBTS. DiirliiK treatment inttcntxnronllownl llio frco uso of Liquor or until micll tlinonatlicvnlinll Milmilnrllv irlvn them nil. Waacnd I'urllculurs nml p:in))lilet of trtlmoii lain freo.iuul nlinll Mor-nllln- n Double Chloride of Gold Tablets A FEW 11011 UIUKUISIB HI, 1 mm nny miii urn uuKiim lupin hi mono nauiia in coiniimnii'il wiiu icrnuns who nuvo uven cured uy ino uso 01 our tablets. HILL'S TABLETS nro for salo by all Testimonials nu wo win acnu roiurumaii apacKagooi our Aliuiris. Wrltn vnnr tinmn nml m1i1ro nlnlnlt. nml atntn whether Tablets nro for Tobacco, Morphine or A 9tUU !IT nCKUKU. If your ilruKKttilon not keep tlirm, enclose us f 1 ,00 curodbythouaoof from poreons who havo boon V Into purchasing iiininrn ociiig inui tuu Turiutis uiiiruuiH T-- l r.T.q orTnrocl for milo. Ask for ana laaonooiucr. Jlunufiictured only by . THIS DO NOT BO DECEIVED i.iiuur jinuii. Hill's Tablets. Onto Chemical co.t limit HiH!l hnn been tiMnir Tour euro for tobneco lialilt, nnd found It would do wuai you Claim ior 11. 1 um icn mm wnrfh nf lliii HlmtiffcaL chow Inif tobaccoadav. nnd from ono to flro ctffiirnl or I would smoke Havo chowed frr.1.1 (mi in lortr nlnps of tobacco. ntiii unnirMl fnr lwciitvflu i pnrs. nnd two tmckanoa mo so I liaxonodrslroforlt. of your Tablets cured II. M. J AYX.01ID, l.cUc. Mich. T11 i'.jjijti'j.t 61, B3 SB 1 OHIO CHEMICAL CO., Optra Block, LIMA, OHIO. rAftTICULAltS FREE. Dnnna FicniiT. N. Y. sent Till? Onin Chemical Co.: Ilalilt. 1 ilni wntMi .if vfitii Tnblnljt fnrTnlmrcn smokor andll'CClVOd clmwur. was thim nil rlit lit nml. n Itlioushl thri-adn- both n heavy I nm cured. thuydld tho work In Truly yours, MAT1IEW JOllNbON.r.O. Boris. fli'M'anfTnntf l'A. TnsOntoCnitMlCALCn.: Ointlcmen:-- U kItcs mo pleasure to speak a M ami was Mtmnirlv nudlcted tothuUSOOf wnv.i nt.la.1 fur win,. TuMt.ta liquor, and through h friend, 1 was led to try your Tablets, llowasnliraryund constant drinker, but ufterustnK your Tablet but threo days hq quit drinking, id will not touch llnuor of any kind. 1 haro vailed four mouth before writing you, in order to know tbo euro was permanent. M0ltniSOH. IV... tt gJgKUa, Cincinnati. Ohio. : Tour Tablets havo performed amlracla in my caso. Tni! Ohio CifiMtCAL seren years, and havo been cured bythnusoor Imvo lmirntilnc. hvixxlcrmlenllv. for W. h. 1JTi.UAY. two packages of jour Tublcta, and without any effort on my part. nl RESPONSIBLE AGENTS WANTED THE OHIO CHEMICAL CO., MMMI ,A.ulra.M nil OrilcrH to (InwrltlnKpleaw mention this 01, 03 nnd 00 Opora Dlock. lima, OHIO. liitirtttin bitwccn the utterance cf such sa injjs and a trial cannot he admitted, bccatts.c ol the hct tit t makes it i in possible to produce them that they may accknow -edge or t'cuy having so spoken. 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