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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TBE PARTY IK THE FOURTH sM iHHialaWla ilf. nil IHMinWWiilrtil Mwy MUMiMto The Republican and Courier-Jonrnboth one year for nl on- ly $1.75. CH3 TERMS ROGERS, Publisher. CONQRESHL NSTRI.T, S1.25 Per hum In Adnnci. VOL. VI. trouble. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1893. A i.ittm: Ulltl.. I jumped out of tho carriage. Ho rondo way for mo deferentially. Onr hands IIV lA7CIM.it LYNN. touched. Great is tho currency, and it will prevail. Tho nozt mlnuto 1 was speeding back along the down lino toMny God bless you, little girl, ward Halstead station. My breath camo With your teeth oi snowy pearl, fast and with difficulty. My knees achod With your dimpled anus so bare, furiously, but I ran on. I could hear With your sunny, Roltlcn hair, distinctly tho rumblo of tho train in tho With your lips like berries red tunnel behind me. Blessings be upon your head, If tho main line up won, it would bear With your happy, smiling face her away on its bosom. If I won, should And your form' so full of grace. I? I pressed ni) falling legs forward; fought for freer breath; got it in a rapI was once a little girl, ture of relief which bv experts is called. lust like you, with golden curls; 1 bWiovo, tho second wind, and tho main A fairer face could not be seen, line up and I c.iimi in neck and neck. Sporting on the lawn so green, Dut of courso I landed on tho down . But I, with my face so fair platform. I flow up tho steps and over And with Jewels rich tnd rare, bridgo I roachod tho np platform tho Thou hast more thin all my gold breathless, hatlcss, but radiant. The purest treasure, love untold. class Clara was just getthig into a first A 'oel Iiefpnao. j carriage I stumbled in after her and sank pant- ;. Y. COK. CINCINNATI UAZKTTi;. ing in tho corner. She, seated at tho far Ambrose II. Purdy, the lawyer, apwindow, did not turn her oyes on mo till in a. theattho slow throb of tho ttaiu betokoued de- parently trifleJ wijTj death rical fashion in the General Sessions parture. y Then sho looked at her fellow traveler in a devoted effort to save a and blanched. Wo wero nlono in the car- client. Mr. Purdy was attorney for riage, and I fear I had n lunatio air. K. Bracken, an Then sho recognized me. Her faco flush- Thomas who was accusal of robbing Frank ed, and sho said: "Oh. Von!" with a delightful lighten Sullivan, a clerk, of No. i Second ing of eyes and brow and a dimpling at Street, by means of a "knock-out- " tho corner of tho mouth. "I had," I exclaimed pantingly, "to liquid. The drug was hydrate of chloral, and two phials partly filled run to catch tho train!" "I suppose so," she said, leaning back with it were in evidence. in her comer and smiling. "It wasn't They had been found in Bracken's very wiso to givo yourself so little time room, and that their contents was reto do it in. Where have you sprung ally hydrate of chloral, a deadly poisfrom? Havo you friends down here?" "I havo sprung," I said, beginning to on, was testified to by a chemist. recover myself, "from the main lino Mr. Purdy simply made no defense down, and am subject to a penalty not oxceedingS for availing myself of the for his client. He knew that chloral electric communication and stopping is given to persons suffering from althat train." coholism. Perhaps he thought the "Why did you stop it, if onemayask?" principle would work either way, and did "You may ask, though the guard had taken his antidote in advance. not. I stopped tho train becauso I have Assistant District Attorney 0'IIare been looking for you for four years, and I saw you on that platform. I would made an eloquent address to the jury. havo stopped a tiger or the march of "The prisoner might have killed civilization on tho samo grounds." I mopped my forehead furtively beforo Sullivan with the drug," thundered O'Hare. proceeding. "I havo been looking for you for four "Nonsense," interrupted Mr. Puryears," I said, "to ask you to marry me. dy. "Please give me that bottle" marDear, I never haro even thought of Mr. O'Hare handed over the half-onc- e rying any ono else, nnd I havo been lookd phial, which was about ing for you all this time." My flippancy, born of nervousness, kill a child. lull. "It would-no- t was deserting mo. I leaned forward I'll drink the whole of it," declared earnestly.' Everyone in "Oh, how good it is to seo your dear Mr. Purdy defiantly. again!" I said. "This pays for all. the Court room stood aghast, but no faco It is" one interfered with the lawyer, and "Stop!" bIio interrupted, still looking he poured the drug down his throat, down. "1 suppose you don't know I was Mr. spilling only a few drops of it " married threo years ago to General O'Hare, when he recovered lrom his "Married!" I sank back sick at heart. astonishment, suggested that the Tho train stopped nnd a copy of Tho Fi- lawyer ought to be punished for denancial News got in, with a gentleman stroying an exhibit. completely buried in it. Judge Fitzgerald, however, allowed That was an awful journey. I sat np very straight and asked questions about Mr. Purdy'to leave the Court roonu d roses and tho people who lived at Everyone expected to see him fall and tho prospects of tho hops and over, but he managed to get out of many other things about which I did not want to hear, and Mrs. Peglar an- the building and to reach the Cosmoswered me. politan Hotel, in Chambers Street. And Tho Financial Nowa and its occu- There he relieved his stomach of the pant sat opposite to me. At Charing Crosi, aa I handed her out, poison. After recess Judge Fitzgerald chargshe said in a voico that was not very steady: ed the jury, and it promptly convict-Bracke"Won't you como and see me someMr. Purdy could not be times? I livo at tho Red House, found for somtj time.and it was feared Later, "No," I said, "that would bo too that he had been overcome. much. I hopo I shall never see you however, he appeared in the General again. Goodby," my sharp disappoint- Sessions Building, smiling and triment lending a vinegary flavor to my voice. "Your mother, I trust, Is well?" umphant. She did not answor, and I blundered "I could drink a quart of that on: Stuff," said he, confidently. "I regret to seo that you are in slight Mr. Purdy undoubtedly took a dose mourning. Not, I trust" of chloral which might have killed a "No, no, no!" sho cried vehemently. "Mamma, at least, is left to mo. She person not accustomed to the poison. doesn't hato mo becauso I tried to do the An once has 480 grains, and as the best for her when she was left penniless. e full, phial was She knows I thought I ought to marry grains. eighty General Peglar. She knows how I criod he drank nearly and cried and wondered why you where Twelve grains are an ordinary dose you" of the drug, and thirty grains are the Clara stopped short. maximum dose. The latter amount "Goodby," sho said and walked down tho platform. "I'm not in mourning for is given only to the raving lunatics, my darling mamma, thank Godl It's whoth the regular quantity would for General Peglar, of courso." not affect. One hundred and twenty Wo went down into Charing Cross grains are considered certain death, garden, where tho children nnd tho sparand smaller doses have proved fatal. rows play and sat there in tho sunshine, Of course, when the person has taken hand in hand. Philadelphia Call. the poison frequently, his system will Liquid Oxygen. stand larger amounts than under Liquid oxygen when first formed is milky in appearance, owing to the pres- o'.her circumstances. ence of somo impurity which may bo removed by passing it through ordinary In Memory. filter paper. When pure, it is of a palo Lines on the death of Mrs Susan bluo color, which, however, is 'not duo, Wedding, wite of Dr. S. J. Wedding, as some have thought, to tho presenco of liquid ozone, which is of a dark blue col-- , who departed this life November 2d, or. Liquid oxygen is a nonconductor of 1893. electricity, but is strongly magnetic. It e of the vile Strange that the jaay be lifted from a cup by presenting Should be prolonged below, tho poles of ,i strong electro-magne- t. It And they in whom is found no guile seenis to havo very slight chemical acAre oft the first to go. tivity, since It will extinguish a lighted match and has no notion on a pieco of Our dear, departed friend wasgraced phosphorus dropped into it. It is well With virtues brightest rays, known that tho A and B lines of tho With traits the noblest and the best " solar spectrum are due to oxygen, and Well furnished every day. from recent oxporiincnts on tho top of Mount Blanc it is thought they aro With patience born of heavenly faith largely if not wholly duo to tho oxygen Her suffering she stood, in the earth's atmosphere. Professor And met the final stroke of death Dowar showed that'theso lines como out With christian fortitude. very strong when liquid oxygen is d in tho path of tho rays from an To distant worlds her spirit's flown electric lamp. Science. And places where, before, Herface with love and frlenship3hone A French Eplluph. Will know her never more. In it French churchyard is a monument having an epitaph of which the She is dead, but she has left behind following Is a translation; ."Hero lies The lessons of her life Jean Pluto, tho Spanish vocalist. When The example of a daughter kind, ho reached heaven, he united his voices Of mother, sister, wife. with tho voices of tho archangels. As soon as he heard him, tho Deity cried, She's left this dark and stormy shore 'Keep quiet, all you follows, and let us To seek a clime more fair, hear alone the illustrious singer, Jean And though she'll conic to us uo more Pinto!"' We all may meet her there. ByA Friend. to-daone-thirFog-larlHal-stean. Hal-stead- ." half-ouncone-third life-timinter--pose- NO. 17. i, 000 plurality to Harrison last year, gave n lead eighty times as great to McKinley this year. Illinois and Wisconsin, which went Democratic in 1892, would have gone Republican by heavy majorities in 1893 if they had had any important officials to elect. But perhaps the paper referred to, which is an advocate of free silver, desires its party to court an alliance with the West on this question. On this issue such a coalition might carry two or three of the mining States, but as it would unquestionably lose all the States north of the Ohio and Potomac and east of the Mississippi which it ever there is no profit for the Democracy in a deal of this sort. All the States in the Rocky Mountain region, if the Democrats could carry them on the silver issue, would not compensate them for the loss of New Yotk, New Jersey, Connecticut and Indiana, which would go against them on this question. There is uo hope for future power lor the Democracy in the National Government by attempting to array one section against another. Sectionalism happily has dropped out of politics, and the party which deliberately sets out to revive it will deserve and encounter the condemnation of the people. PROFESSIONAL Inn. H. rf VSu Should Knov of 5T. louis make A SOAp THATTAIH.BAKK &lCo. this fact. cau" CliMWETYE IItI 'V Hi mT&itt" X. "Which Was Ko'EaVAU. Standard Quality Wight m GttfM . DENTAL 80NQ-- A PARODY. JiS yR&.c'ziJS VSvy69"'1 Drill, drill, drill, With tlir dontal machine, said shei And I rronld It were seemly to utter Tbo groans that arise In me. Ob, well (or tho laughing maid Whoso teeth are early and round! Oh, well for Ihe ) outh In whoso molars No cavilled deep ore found! And they pass I he dent Ist's office Without n thought of (ear; Hut. nli. tb.it ray namo need norcrtnoro In Ills Ilttlo blank book appear) J a institutions have that done much lor women nnd more for men. I believe that the dally association with men is extremely helpful, nnd I think that Gol intended that man and woman should be thrown together all through Hie." This is an extremely important fact which too mmy ndvo:tte3 of femilc suffrage seemed disposed to ignore Front the addresses of some of these ladies one might imagine that the United States was divided into two hostile camps, one of women and the other of men, and tint modern existence was largely a struggle between the two for power. This is foolish and flit'. The literati of men and but women nre nnt antagonistic, identical. Tney are not foes, but helpmates, each the complement of the other. The. progress of manhood mean the elevation of womanhood. The wiser and better the women of a nation are, the greater the advantage to their brothers, their husbands and their sons. An abiding settlement of the woman suffrage question can only be reached by recognizing these fundamental truths. The agitators who advocate a virtual state of warfare between the sexes are talking nonsense. Colored Teneliern' Atmorlntlon. CARD. tllenn, J.N.R. Wedding. LAWYERS, HARTFORD, KY. (Office, GLENN & WEDDING, orer Anderson's Basaar.) Will practice their profession in all tho courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given to criminal practice and collections. - Jetnaes .&-- . Smith, jJT AW ATTORNEY Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Anneals. Special attention given to collections. Office east sido 0? public square. E. D. GUFF Y. 0-ia.ff- Hartford, ky. B. D. RI NGO sSc attorneys ggt Jgaw, of Ohio and adjoining counties, Superior ColCourt and Court of Appeals. lections and all legal business attend-e- d to. Office 329 E. Market St. ill practice in all courts rf-j- jRiaagro, Hartford, SEon.tu.elcy. ?rfc Ortreomi tv Off vnfortiH. Tha man with kidney disease ma y flrst apply (or relief from drojny or sliln eruptions, or fh woman with kidney disease, orfemale weakness nay flnt arply (or treatment (or lamo back or fnllnrss about the eyes, or moth on tho (ace. Pcoplo ortcn find themselves In the situation so aptly figured by tbe Hon. John Allen of Miss , tb. lt of tha 51st Congress. Hero Is hiseels-br- a ted rhyme, " let fly" on tbe Boor of tb. IIoum to the treat amusement of that body. " There's TVanny run. tbo post effloe And Lett rum tha bar, While baby runs ths While nuns. n It hero ho are." And d 'Well, It's so with tha afflicted. To avoid thos. fTK, or to euro them, Dr. Fcnner's Kidney and Backache Cure will not disappoint. The Iter. A. J. Meacbant, lato presiding Elder, Gror. City, Pa., Apr. 4, IKS, writes: " For S3 yean I suffered wltb kidney difficulty and used only I bottles of Dr. Fcnner's Kidney and Dackacb. Cure. I hate hid less backache In tbo last 10 years than I formerly bad In 10 minutes. I feel entirely cured." Money refunded If Tako borne a bottle It Ignorance of the merits of De Witt's The Ohio county Teachers' Asso- Little Early Risers is a misfortune. ciation met in the Hartford Magiste- These little pills regulate the liver, rial District, in the M. E. Church on cure headache, dyspepsia, bad breath, constipation and bilhousncss. Nov. 11. After the opening services, the President, Mr. S. M. Taylor, called the house to order. After some very interesting remarks by the President the transaction of some very important business was postponed on the the account of the lateness of the hour, during which time the Committee on Program made the following report: Program of the next Teachers' Association which will be held in Hart-fotthe second Saturday in Decem ber nt 2:30, p. m., in the M. E. Church. Music. Opening Services. Prayer P. A. Gary. Theory and practice of teaching Miss C. T. Eidson. Discussion. Margery Mental Arihmetc Miss Hintou. , Music Solo by Miss Minnie Taylor. SelectReading Miss Georgia Walker, Should corporal punishment be excluded from the schools Prof. P. A. Gary. Discussion. Select reading Miss Ida Berry. d. R. R. WEDDING, t Attorney at Law, Beaveh Dam, Ky. Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. L. B. Drill, drill, drUl, With thy cold, gray etcel, said the; Rot the tender ncrvo of a tooth that Is dead Will nerer coma back to me. -- Mary S. Lolbiop In Doston Transcript. Bean. A LOVER'S EACE. "But surely they left some nJilressr "Not aa I knows on." o Tho enretftker at 10 Westphalia lonncd on tho broom which sho had brought up to help her to answer tho door and looked at wo with disfavor. "Do yon think tho landlord knowsT No answer. I took out half n crown. "Look here?" I said, "this coin shall be yours if you'll tell mo how lonff yon'vo been hero, who tho landlord Is, and anything you may havo heard from tho tradespeople about tho family. " "I never gossip with tradesfolk nor nobody,' was her inspiriting reply, but nhe Rare mo tho address of rv firm in Qray'a Inn and shnt tho door with all potisiblo ppced, lca ing tue on tho dusty ter-rnc- Bsppwcu sou prowuKCU wo. Tfrs Quarterly Ffegister 0 HfJItfTsaftl . . Be.edTol.m.s, t.00 . i Jtror tad cuUtr. Wl.nDq, W..W.rto.. miii fclf fctf .1 caftfej .S.4 1 d tv tasajt7t. lfitAt ' ;:..:- lit, tdilw iMtuI tl kda. WcWUm r1Uk.He. t in w . "i.wl '1' ! I'IiiIm Mil.tr TmIi ,,,,, tU.UKMAN. C..U V,.rxt,T, luUV. N. m...j,..i . ' . VT iiiimianniiiii iy I. .t.tw.aMMAa '" doorstep. goes away to Switzerland to tho lodsida of a dying uuelo and comes back on the wings of tho wind to lay his nowly acquired fortuno at tho feet of tho dearest girl in tho world and finds her gono hopelessly, utterly gone h'cr houso desolate, uo flowers in tho windows, no furniture in tho plnce, "To Lot" staring from every window. I had only known Clara threo mouths. I know not a single ono of her friends. I knew aho had some fow relations her mother's family and I did not oven know their name. Tho Vanes know no one in Kensington, and they only knew mo through our cat li wing fortunately been killed by tholr dog. Dut 1 was poor then, and poverty is prond. The Vanes' houso, dress and triodo of lifo betokened wealth. I could not toll her I loved her, and now Tho charwoman opened tho door again and pnt ont her curl papered head to say: "There was a fnneral aforo tho saloj perhaps thoy'd tell you at tho under- Itnagino tho situation. A young man ., "" '' m .ill bnallt limit cun-ici- tirpOnU Ik. T Pu.nl U.lUTi. history, .. CTROIT, MICH U. ft Report Of School District No. 81, for the school month ending November 10: Bertha Brown 95, Betsie Snedden 95, Ernest Brown 94, Dillas Adams 85, Nora Adams 95. Sue Cooper 85. Mattie Cooper 83, James Snedden 90, Easter Baker 80, Willie Scroggins 83, Asa Torrence 75, Elvina Jones 70, Walter Snedden 90, Belle Torrence 73, Albert Hendricks 76, Harden Jones 69, Cebron Baker 80, Richard Snedden 90, James Snedden 84, Robert Hooper 80, Urie Rowe 83, Ernie Rowe 84, Eddie Torrence 86, James Hendricks 89, Elijah Cooper 75, Fred Matchan 69, Hetslie Rowe 75, James Taylor 70, Owen Brown 83, Ezekiel Baker 60, Alva Brown 65, Willie Jones 60, Hubert Baker 81, Mary Snedden 65, Willie Hendricks 85, Mary Hooper 86, Anna Scroggins 75, Charlie Jones 60, Anna Hooper 83, Minnie Ashby 83, Isabelle Ashby 76, Mary Vernon 90, Eddie Ashby 80, Flora Geory 79, Dona Cooper 80, Lucy Hooper 90, Ayrtie Baker 7S,Harry Sherod 75, Virgil Hendricks 80, James Cooper 81. Maggie Stevens, Teacher. One word describes it ' 'perfection. ' ' We refer to De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, which cures obstinate sores, burns, skin diseases and is a well known cure for piles. L. B. Bean. 1'I.KASANT RIItGE. Nov. 17. There is a fine school HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in all the Courts oi Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, in County Attorney's office, in Court House. Lawyer Perry Westerfield, MTUHffiAVfUfJ. Attorney at Law. Beaver Dam, Ky. V Music. To Know IT AL- LIs easy enough H you only Wo solve tho know how. problem in I ho LOMlll. Tho brightest ami newsiest pn per in Kentucky. Sentl jour nddrcBa on u postal card. You cau have a faniple copy i? K . taker's." A funeral! I hailed n passing hansom and drovo straight to Gray's Inn. "Yes, Mr. Vane unfortunately died at ono of our houses 10 Westphalia terrace. Left noestato; had systematically OTershot his income. Sorry I can't givo yon any further information." Not a clew. Tho tradesmen knew nothing, tho vicar know nothing, tho police, of courso knew nothing and did nothing bnt pocket my money and tako down things in notebooks with blunt pencils. Advertisements failed absolutely. And so Clara Vane was lost to out of my lifo completely leaving mo with a really respcctablo fortnne, which it was entirely out of tho quesIs sully .arned by any one of either sex In any mo to enjoy. to work Indai. tion for part .1 tha toontry, who It wllllnc I did seo her again. I did, but not for trlouily at the tmployintnt wliTHi we furnish, Is and pleniant, ami you run no four years four long years. in labor rlik wha(.Tr. Went yoTout eomnlete.so that I won't go so far as to say that an hour yoa can sir. the buineu a trial without rxpeme tay.artalf Tor tlioio wllllnglo do a little work, never passed in which I did not think of this Is the n'nu't oflr'r 'uale. Von can work her, but I'll swear that two never did. all day, or In the erenlnir only, tf you are tm. ployM, and bare a few spare hours at your dli. And I loved hor more than ever. llietn, and add to your Income, noiai, utilise Well, after four years of this lifo I our builneinilll not Inlerfrre nl all. Vouwlll b. amasrd on tit start at the rapidity and ease had my own work to do and my othor by which you amsii dollar upon ilullar,ilaylnand arr tiierrmliil from the life to live, but that has nothing to do day out Eren first hour. Anyouecan run the biislneis none with this story af tor four years busi(all.' You should try noililiiR elie until you tre took tno to Tunbridgc. for yourself what you can do at the builness ness I went by an express train. I bought which w offer. No capital rlikcd. Women are grand workers; nowadays they make ai much and got a comfortablo corner It to, u men. They should trr Hilt business, as ireIs for thoapaporsclass carriage, where I let the In flrst well adsptrd to tlinn. Write at onre and CO., yourself. Address II. IIAI.I.inT lio on my kneo and dreamed my lios M80, rurtlnnd, Me. papors usual dreams Clara, Clara, Clara. As we swept into Ilalstoad station 1 looked out, with n torpid curiosity as tc tho gardens, and saw Clara I Whizt k whirr! Tho train had vv shot past tho station, tho carriage windows rattled, tho train vibrated and pulsated with tho increasing speed, and every pulse and every vibration was carrying mo away from my heart's heart. In a flash I saw that if I wont on to Sevenoaks and got n train back sho, who Pat-- ; ;C4Wt:sodTrad.IsrksobUlned,-sndaJwas obviously waiting for tho next up ant huilncu conducted for Manrn.TE frra. OOBOrnecisOprosrrcU.B.PATCNTOrrict train, would havo left tho station long and w. can secure patent In leu umo than those before I reached It. Probably sho was descrlp- - ' only spending tho day at Ilalstoad, and Send model, drawing or photo., with tlotu ' W. sdrlte, If palentablo or not, free of any search for her there would bo in chairs. Our le not due till patent It secured. For The ASKING. ONE DOLLAR mo-pa- ssed EVERY HOUR lil Paper, neatness and accuracy Miss Lizzie Berry. How may we as teachers get pupils to take an interest in school work Mrs. W. G. Parks. Discussion. Recitation Miss Angles. Music. Adjornment. Night Shssion. 7:30. Music. Prayer Rev. S. S. Stone. Music. How may parents be interested in sending their children to school on time? Mr. Kuykendall. Discussion. Recitation Miss Margery Hinton. Paper, the Teacher of Miss Samantha Bracken What are some of the greatest evils of the common schoo's? Prof.S.M. Taylor. Discussion. Music. Duet Misses Minnie Taylor and Margery Hinton, Recitation Miss Luthetus Larkin. Miscellaneous business. Music. Musical Solo. Adjournment. S. M. Taylor, Pres. , Charlotte Eidson, Sec'y. The Democrney rind Sectionalism. A prominent Southern paper seriously urges the Southern nnd Western Democrats to get together and antagonize theEastern section of their party. The recent election apparently convinces it that the Democracy will have no chance in the near future in the Eastern States, and therefore it thinks the party will be compelled to look to the West for the" votes that are to "give it power hereafter, if it gets power. This is a somewhat extreme view, but the paper which expresses it undoubtedly voices the sentiment of many Democrats in this crisis. The Democratic defeat in New York, New Jersey and Massachusetts was so unexpected nnd so overwhelming, that a considerable section of the party has been dazed by it and sees nothing but disaster for the future unless some arrangement is entered into whereby proselytes may be made elsewhere. It is difficult to see how the Democrats can extract any hope for future triumphs for their party from the conditions in the Western States. The West.like the East.turned againt the Democracy in the recent election. Every State on the sunset side of the Mississippi which voted, was carried Neither the by the Republicans. Democrats nor the Populists were really in the canvass at all in any of the States. Despite the personal .veaknes of Republican candidates in some quarters and the bad management of the Republican canvass in others the Republican party swept Iowa. Kansas, Colorado, Nebraska and South Dakota. East of the Ohio river, which gave only a little over DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Is prepared to do all kinds of Dental work at reasonable prioes. at ty ss this place. They have a very interest-ingSocie- withMr.Reynolds as Ella Hunter is the accomplished Secretary and Miss Eva is the editor for next Friday O-A-HsIL. ON . "XI Wes-terfie- ld night. J. C. Westerfield has moved into his new residence which hast just been compelted by J. L. Carson. 'lark I isiik, rr n Mr. Ralph has moved into his new house. Pictures h Emj Stjle and Sin. Mr. Jones has moved into his new JfirOld Pictures Copied and Enlarged storehouse. A SPECIALTY. J. L. Carson attended Sunday School 108J Main Street. Sunday. 7m6 0 WENSBORO, KT U. S. Carson visited his uncle, WilSo So. son Bennett, last Sunday. LOUISVILLE, Ml". LOOIM The Leading Fhotograpker. ATEX.R.I . P 4 Independent Womnn, PENNSYLVANIA GRIT. Loaiuilli. SI. Lnii & m .iliij , itjVHHrrLksB.BBl l A PAMPUiCT, "How to Obtain sent sitv Address, fth. U.S. and forehrn countries ' W " stents," with vain. i O.A.SNOW&CO. 'orpATCHTOrriet, washinqton, d, C. I 1 rt ' 1' K :L 4 '. EYEUlUt toRTMENT OUQES ROTHMQ BUT PILES. pi .t,4it; wui.uiio rrrif PILv . .... .fU-MCPY . . I broke the glass and pulled tho handle. The train slackened, and aa It stopped the guard put his head In at my carrlago window. "Why, you'ro all right," ho said, "blest if I didn't think you was dead whon I heard,that bell. It's a wonder it Is conneoted. Just my luck, too, and us 10 minutes behind already. What did y.r do It for, eM" "I stopped 'tho train bocanso I am going to get oat,." I said firmly. "Nothing wrong!" "Not but I am going to get out." Ho planted himself firmly in tho doorway. rv "No, you don't," ho said. I was desperate. I took out a 5 note, laid it on a seat and advanced toward him. 4, "LI K A . A" SURE nmf CERT.MH Cr,TE .Known for 13 yoarsJ ao iho r rc . r .. . ti "And what about my trouble, sir?" ho asked politely, )ariug at theuoto; "stop-- . )j tho train and liable, sir, to get Into Some of the speakers nt the convention of the New York State Woman's Suffrage Association in Brooklyn hive shown a decided disposition to condemn the masculine half of American citizenship "with great severity. OthWanted to Applaud. themselves with Thoro was immense applause at tho ers have expressed flrst performance of a now play. Sud- marked moderation and good sense. denly a one irmed gentleman turned to Miss Anna Siiaw, of Philadelphia, ut"tlm nnrxnn slttlnir next' to him and said. tered a pithy truth that many ardent "Cabnllero, be good enough to clap this feminine reformers would do well to myband, as I want badly to applaud remember when she said; "I believe self." Sobrcmesa, A Famous Ulble. Tho family Bible of Georgo Washington's mother is owned by Mrs. Lewis Washington of Charleston, Va. Six leaves from this historlo volume wero torn out and deposited? in tho corner-aton- e of tho Mary Washington monument at Fredericksburg a few years ago. St. Louis Republic. The True Interest or Women. N. Y. TRUSS. A well known writer upon social science and kindred topics is giving expression to his grief just now be cause woman has taken man's job The boasted indeaway from-him- . pendency of woman, he believes, deprives men of their wives nnd women of their husbands. He believes that if the question was put to any woman who has lived the matron's life and has sons and daughters grown up, whether looking back, she would deliberately choose to be the mother of those sons or become a professional woman, a clerk, or in some way self supporting, she would express an emphatic preference for the matron's life as the noblest and highest lot open to women, Admitting that the great wave of feminine toilers has swept away some masculine toilers, it must be conceded that it has given woman a freedom of choice, which is as. much her right as it is that of a man. In any event the masculine worker could not or would not marry all these young women, nnd therefore the girls have gone to work. What else was there for them to do? They arc now inde- pendent and can choose their own husbands, as many of them do, instead of mating with some Jackanapes merely to get bread. Man and woman must be mutually attractive if they The 3,000,000 are to wed happily. bachelors in the United tates over 30 years old.have failed to find the right woman or the right woman has not seen in any of them the right man. Shall these women be absolutely compelled to marry? In the course of time there will be more niarriasres of women who work, and who, after taking upon themselves the respon-Blbilitias the head of a household, will continue to ply their vocation. es SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV. I 111!. He, BS, No. 61, Dallr, WEST BOUND. Pall;. Lt. LouIstIIIs ....... ...... ,. 7.43 a. m. 1 23 p.m. .. 8.11a.m. 7:20 p. aa. West Point.... .. S.Ua.m. 6.07 p. raw Brandenburg..... Irringion a.m. I37p.se, .. 10.23 a. m. t:il p. ss. ephensport , 10 M a.m. Clorerport ..... Ml p. at, HswesTllle...... 11:11a.m. 10.1 p. as. .. 11.Ua.rn. lfcSJp m. Lewlsport ....... , 12: 10 p. m. 11:11 Owensboro a. .. 11 p. m. 11.64 p.m. Bpotlstllle...... .. 1.23 p. D. 12.20 a. a. Ar. Henderson ; ... No. 32, EAST BOUND. Mo.M, Lt. nenderson. BpottsTille...... Owensboro. HaweaTtlle . m Lewlsport.... Clorerport Btephensport....... IrTtnjrlon.. Brandenburg West Ar, Louisville ......... Point....... Dalle .Dallr. .. 7.15 a. m. li ltp. St. ... . 7.37 a. m. 8 37 p. at. 8:27 a.m. I 23 p. Bl, too a.m. 8.S3 p. m .. tJSa.m. 4.30 p. sa a. m, 8.37 p. ra. ..... a. m. .1 p. m. , 112 a. m, 7.03 p,m 11:29 a. m. 1'i.oa p. m. p. m. (.06 p. nt, - . a "JWe-- Tsalns No. 31 and Ho. M make connection a Irrington (Sunday excepted) with trains on Louis-till- e, ilardlnsburp A Western B. It., east anal west bound. For further Information, address H. C, MORDUE, Gen. Pa'r Ag't. LoulsTtlle, Ky. '' . -- ,' c.Vv ' ' . .?:; I m tSija t. r Jf V?tf WHEN YOU GO TO GALLON OWENSBORO C.Theo.Cain, THE PifSTOCRAPKSX, Forainefanel Mott Artitlit Work, any txte orttyle. 3rd and 4.A. Frederica Si. , dween 6w87 r'v-J H U tm I f DDrjtuJntaejtiA 1 STOPPED FREI LV lots rsftts"lstsrttt KVrWIlsAtwsiNsaTsbusAsas. ltwHU.Isi.aifikra,u Am sssMT'" a v, Tfmmm e4 f tu kttltaM WWm Wf prUlpfWs)cJUJMM Hinln Stvt sUMti.T. O. and iprm iddnHJ I.BIUtedtallB I Mm IjK?iA -- UmstlSU. BMW4HM wmTZfwZr'jam -- ,J J v AN V - p. v. m v A a. t . "' Hi .M ?x.c lit irt'wmiJ has been quite as unpleasant .1 week in administration circles as was runusnnD Kvnnv friday mousing. that which followed the terrible condemnation of the Democratic party Public and its methods at the polls. Kdltnrand Proprietor JO. II. nofir.r.N. opinion has made Itself heard by every member of this administration, which Friday, NovtiMnnn 24, 1893. is the first and will doubtless be the last to attempt to drag partisan poliThr Hartford nml Uosino MngiMc tics into the foreign policy of the rial District 'lynchers' Association United States. Heretofore It has been meet to morrow at Beaver Dam and the proud boast of men of all politRosino respectively. The progressive ical parties that however much Amerteachers will bo in attendance. icans might dlfTcr about home affairs, politics was always dropped and they Althouoh only loui tenchcrs out all became simply Americans when cloven wero in attendanco at the of ever anything came up telatlng to Cromwell Teachers' Association nt American interests abroad or to Union last Saturday, it was a marked with foreign nations. But The next meeting is to bo success. Mr. Cleveland and his ranegade Secheld at Cromwell, audit is hoped a retary of State have made n startling larger uumher of teachers will be in change, n change Involving the use attendanco. of the power of the United States to overthrow thcgovernmentol a friendIn view of tho recent di'cneiinn of ly republic and replace it with a desthe road question over tho State aud potic monarchy presided over by a the growing and seemingly almost wo dissolute notoriously uuiversal verdict in favor of road man, and all for no higher or better working by taxation, it will doubtless purpose than that of trying to con1'rogrfWii bo quito asurpriso to many to know Of the Cromwell Teachers Meeting vince the people that that Ohio county's Representative to be held at Cromwell December, 9. Harrison was a participator In a corelect is opposed to such a system. 9 a 111; Invocation Kev. Jnrnagin. rupt scheme for the annexation of Welcome Address John B. Taylor. Hawaii. Tun Nashville Ikpublimiit is a new Response J. L. Rogers. It is no wonder that Mr. Cleveland paper published in Tcnncsseo's capiSchool Grading its purposes and and his cabinet arc awaiting with tal city. It is 0110 of tho brightest the benefits derived 15. K. Shultz. fear and trepidation the news fruin and clearest sheets published any and Fon Rogers. Hawaii that will tell of the strangwherointhe country and deserves great School Dicipline J. 15. Miller, G. ling of a republic and thesettingupof V. Mothershead and R C. Jaruagin. a monarchy by their willing tool, Mr. Tennessee should bo wheelsuccess. Physiology Dr. Taylor ed into the Republican column and Willis. The manner in which the Recitation Miss I.illie Tillford. this new paper is nn able worker to dastardly deed was done, if it be yet NOON. done, means much for the future of that much desired end. 1 p. ra; The Good Reader 15. K. Mr. Cleveland. It may mean nn Tin; Democratic party is bidding Shultz and J. D. Oliver. blotch upon his name as for tho Populist vote by favoring an Currant Events S. V. Mothers-heaa President, or it may mean his iin- Fon Rogers and Ilirch Shields. i peachment upon high constitutional income tax. The Democracy would Recitation from Birch Shields' grounds and a disgraceful exit from bo willing to champion tho wildest ! delusion ot tbePopuhstif they thought school. public life. Nearly ever Democratic What cau be done to induce par- Congressman at present in Wash-- . they could thereby cet tho offices. Tho nvergo Democratic politician is ents to send their children to school ington has either privately or public-- , John X. Tavlor and S. h. Stevens. ly condemned Mr. Cleveland forhelp-- t not exercised about the welfare of tho Paper, Kditor Birch Shields As- ing to restore the monarchy of Hi waii. country nor tho consistency of his par sistant Editor Miss Siddie David- , Ever since the elections the admin ty it is au office he's after. son. istration has been trying to placate We wish to insist that every teach- those Democratic Senators and Repree Inspector arrested a A German by tho name of Zink at tho er in this District be present on the sentatives who have openly protested e Study the e last Friday un- 9U1 of next month Louisville against the unjust treatment of penand be ready to respond at sioners which has been such a der suspicion of using the mails for feature of Hoke Smith's tho dissemination of obscene pictures any time. We have the assurance that Prof management of the pension bureau. literature. Zink who has for sev- and 15. R Ray, of the Heaver Dam High Not only have the pension officials eral months successfully dodged UnSchool will be with us on that occacle Sara, made a full confession and sion. With his efficient help and an shown an alacrity in restoring the was placed under $2,000 bond. Tho earnest effort from each teacher, we names of suspended pensioners at penalty for thus abusing the uso of feel that old Cromwell will get such the request of Democratic Congressmen, but, iu the case of two Indiana the mails is a fine of 3500; impris- an educational shock as she has nevmen who had been suspended and onment in the peuitcutiary, or both. er had before. The patrons are anxwhose restoration to the roll had been This scoundrel deserves both. ious for the meeting to be a success, demanded by Senator Voorhces, they so fellow teachers conic "loaded." not only restored their names to the Under the new law no one has John B. Taylor, Ch'm'n. roll, put also increased their pensions. aright to hunt or killgamoou tho Miss Siddie Davidson, Sec'y. The reason was obvious. Senator inclosed lands of another without Voorhees had openly stated his intenItrtnltitloiin or Itcect. having first obtained tho consent of Wiir.RKAS, It has pleased God in tion to make a set speech early in the tho occupant. This will if enforced His Divine Providence to call from coming session of Congress agalnt prove a great protection to the garao earth Mr. Preston Ross, the father of the manner in which pensioners have Comparatively fow our esteemed member, Miss Mamie been treated by this administration, in tho State. land owners object to their friends Ross, therefore be It and the administration will try to hunting on their lands for sport RnsoiA'KD, That we, the members prevent him doing it, by honoring all Senator Voorhees merely, but torbearanco on tho garao of the O. L. C. Society of Hartford of his demands. question in sorao respects has ceased College and Business Institute, ex- said, Just before leaving for his home, sympathy that he had fully mado up his mind to bo a virtue. There are men who tend to her our heart-fel- t abuse this forbearance of tho peoplo and condolence in this her saddest to make that speech against the Cleveland pension policy A similar to that extent that they make a busi hour of bereavement. RnsouvfiD, That while we realize speech may be made in the House by nesa of invading tho lauds of others Representative Holman, who was her loss, we bow In humble submisfor game. Not a few neighborhoods sion to the Divlae will, rejoicing in one of the first Democrats to protest in the county arc infested by men the nsturance that she shall meet him against the pension policy, and who who make no pretense to do anything when her earthly pilgrimage is fin- told Hoke Smith months ago that it olso during tho fall and winter than ished. would, ifpresisted in, wreck the Demhunting. They kill and ship game Resolved, That n copy of these ocratic party. in considerable quantities, deriving resolutions be sent to our esteemed If Mr. Cleveland increases the numno small profit therefrom. In point member, Miss Mamie Ross, a copy ber of prominent members of his of fact a man has as good a right to be spreAd upon the minutes of our party with whom he holds no persongo into the barnyard of nnothcr and Society, and a copy be sent to The al intercourse at the same rate that kill aud carry away his poultry as ho Hartford Republican and Herald for he has done since last March he will has to trespass on the lands of another publication. soon be "at outs" with every promCoiunne Cox, and kill and carry away his gamp. inent Democrat In public life. It i Lyda Morton, This might hnve been supposed that the They are one and tho same. Mary Smith, f course taken by Senator Mills upon wholsale destruction of gaino should Mattie Bennett, J the silver quettion would have made bo stopped aud the way to do it is to Coughing leads to Consumption; cuforco this new law. If a few of Kemp's Balsam stops the cough at him stand particularly well with Mr. Cleveland, but apparently it did not, these guilty parties could bo convicted once. as Mr. Cleveland not only refused to and have to pay their $5 to $2.' it grant the only favor that Senator llon'l Tnko Our YVoril, would have a very good ellect. ProBut call your druggist to on side and Mills has asked of him, but he did it the game from needless de'strue tect ask him privately which of all the iu such a manner as to insult the tiou. remedies advertised to cure rheumaTexas Senator, who will probably tism he would recommend. If he is bide his time for "getting. even" just KENTUCKY MAKE posted, nnd consclenclous, he will tell as Vice President Stevenson, Senator you that Dr. Drummond's Lightning Vest and others are doing. KeutucRy Repub-lican- s Much is said by Remedy is the only one that offers a It is now stated with much about redeeming the Stale from reward of $500 lor a case that can among that the This domination of Democracy. tho not be cured. One bottle will cure the Democratic members of the House aud time any ordinary case. is a worthy undertaking With sensible But in people this is the strongest recommen- Ways and Means Committee have triwill see its ultimate success. umphed and the new tariff bill is to order to hasten this consummation it dation. Sold by druggists, or sent be made out as radical as it can well is necessary to fight fight early nud to any address by express. Drumbe made, but the statement has not Tho mond's Medicine Co , Maiden caused much uneasiness for the very Into and bard and continually. Lane, New York. Agents wanted. Democratic majority of twenty-fi- ve simple reason that the more radical m years ago, which towered up to 75, the bill is made the less probability llullilltij; .Uiilerlnl. 000 has been reduced to a mere 25,-0- 00 Any one needing building material there is of it becoming a law. The An earnest and or therebouts. of any kind, such as lumber, ceiling, number of Democrats In Congress united effort on tho part of tho Re flooring, windows, sash, doors, lime, who will refuse to vote for radical cuts publicans would wipe out this plural- celnent, or builders hardware, would in the tariff is every day becoming ity in 11 lew years and make the do well to call on or write to Cary & larger. Tho Dem State safely Republican. Mr. Cleveland paid a mysterious Marble, Oweusboro, Ky. has been in power 111 ocratic party visit to New York this week, which 1.11 01 Kentucky much too lung lor tho good created quite a commotion in WashUnclaimed letters remaining in the ington for a few hours, because of a of the people. Democrats themselves which if not callHartford rjport tint he had gone there to have realize the truthfulness of tho assered for in ten days will be sent to the a dangerous operation performed on tion and many of them merely need Dead Letter Office: himself. Your correspondent has it tho facts forcibly presented to beget Mr Joseph Uonhomme, Mr JefTerson from a trustworthy source that his iu them an intelligent determination I, Belcher, Miss Mandy Bratcher, Mrs real object was to consult with certain to assist 111 ending for a season the Maggie Edmonson, Mis Fannie Wall Street bankers upon financial haphazard administration of allairs Force, J C'Fttzgerald, Mr Dan Has-sel- l, matters. whi h has so loug characterized DemMr George Howard, Mrs Sophia An object lessou needs Hughs, Mrs Lula Kirby, Hon Polk ocratic rule. di:avkr dam. to be presented whoso central truth Laffbon, Samuel Plummer.Mr Walker Nov. 20. Rev. A. B. Smith filled will convey tho fact that the Suto Parks, J W Powers, Mrs A L Ross, Rev. Caseblcr's appointment here belongs to the pooplo and not to the Mr J V Shannor, Thomas Stout, W. Sunday nnd Sunday night. Democratic party. Tho only eflectivo E Smith, Mr Dice Smith, Win ThomThe new residences of Mrs. Alice as, Mr John Williams. way iu which that fuct cau bo imBarnard nud Mr. Les Taylor are Hear W II Griitin. P. M. pressed is by miking Kentucky Reing completion. publican. Tho infusion into tho Mrs. Phoclan McKenncy is still on SEND twelve cents In postage ot the Stato of a copious quan the sick list, but is somewhat better. stamps to 39 Corcoran Building, Washtlty of tho vim, vigor and honest ac- ington, D. Messrs. Brown and Whlttaker, of C, nnd you will receive tivity of Kentucky Republicanism four copiesof Kate Fied's Washing- Roche.'ter.and Tnylor,county,nre new students in the High School Departwould renew tho Inggiug energies of ton, containing matter of special intho Stuto aud give her a position con terest. Give name and address, and ment ot the school here. This has been a prosperous year for sistent with that she held when slio where you saw this advertisement. ly this institution. Never before has followed her favorite and gifted son, Interest been manifested. The tho great Henry Clay in political bo Lane's Medicine moves the Bowels such an The timo every day. In order to be healthy teachers are zealous, the" pupils inter-- e lief and political action. tel and energetic, the trustees faith- for n general Slate election is jet a this is necessary. TI1I5 out-dealid, I Post-officPost-officpro-gram"I posi-tivene- ss free-trade48-5- 0 Post-officaf-i- ain t i"wi jmt rw Hartford Republican but now is the timo to begin preparations for tho fray. Next year brings tho Congressional elections and tho earliest opportunity for tho Republican party to measure strength with its fossilized eiieni It is only loo true that owtng to gerrymandering the Stato, though almost half Republican, has but 0110 Republican Representative in Con gress, yet tho battlo is to him whe fights on amid all obstacle) nnd tho plain duty ot tho Republicans in every Congressional District to fight all along the lino. Men of ability, honor, energy nud good fightiugqualities should bo nominated, ami tho great truths of Republicanism heralded from Let the battlo wax every stump. and hot all along tho lino, let warm not defeat nud disappointment cast down, but from every exertion, let renewed strength spring up and victory will finally at no distant diy perch upon our banner and witness tho birth of a now era in Kentucky'? history. gooH way ofl, WASHINGTON. ful mid tile patrrjiiii of eduraa well pleased with the school. The Hartford Teachers' Association will meet here Saturday, NoV. 15th. A full attendance Is expected nnd desired. A mass meeting in the Interest of the Sunday School Is called for Saturday night next. An Interesting progamic of exercise has been prepared nnd the people are Invited to be present. The R. E. G. Literary Society of Beaver D.un High School will entertain at the School Hall Thursday eve, Nov. 30. WHfiN LIFE Ifl DONE,"" naught Whan lift li Tho pleasure that wo dearly bought, Tli weallli ro risked cur souls to tain, Tlio honor won through toll and pain, Tho tltlocoolednml sought. No w otldo Mo fame nvalloth might No name, no innrrel sclonco tuught, Whtn earth nail earthly object wane, dorto avail Whellf la done. " 'i'Wartidd Mm,' mM tho Spaniard harshly ,'I wnmod him how It would bo. You seo, mosslours,' turning to address us, 'that I hnvo gained tho wager. But lot him keep tho money. I am cOTitont with tlio Iossot) given mm. us win 00 wiser in future." And with n gravo inclination ho walked away, leaving us thundorstruckntthodoorofthopaviliou behind which tho sound of moans still continued. Mifs I.esta Hays, of Rochester, is visiting her sister, Mrs. McKcnney. Miss Lizzie Styles, of Long View, was the guest of her brother, nt the Austin House, last week. E. G. Gicero Philips is very sick at this writing Nat McCarty, of Whitesvllle, is in town. Robert Nelson, Henderson, is visiting friend and relatives in Aetnnville this week. He seems to care more for his friend than his relatives. Mr. Miller has put n full force of menjat work in the mines and our town has increased in population by several families as a consequence. Anderson Mercer went to Owcns-bor- o Thursday returning Friday. James Morrison, our excellent sportsman, shipped a fine lot ot birds to Owensboro Friday. Mr. Ernest Hicks, the depot agent, visited his patents at Owensboro Friday. Mr. Cecil had charge of the depot during Mr. Hicks' nbsenec Sam Roberts visited the tamily of T. J. Hardin Fnday. Messrs. George Capp nnd Dick arc very busy tniying , Hardin are reliable men, and , tobacco.They have bought several crops in this vicinity. Lindsey Merceris in Oweusboio. Mr. G. C. Roberts aud Mrs. Paul Gray, of Owensboro, are the guests of Mrs. Kelley. The wood cuttiug at Mrs. Belle White's, Saturday wns a success and enjoyed by all, except Charley Career, who while chopping a ticc let the axe glance striking him in the instep inflicting a very painful, though not serious wound. Mr. T.J. Hardin and daughter, Mrs. P. R Kelley, who were wounded in that shooting affair, l.ist week, arc improving and hopes are entertained for Mrs. Kellcy's recovery. Adams, who did the shooting, has not becu heard from since he left the guards in the lurch and leit this part of Kentucky. A rewanl of one hundred dollars has been ofTcred for his arrest, P. R. Kelley. , by Mr. Grant Winkler, who has been j blind from birth, gave a musical entertainment nt the Hotel Thursday night. He played and sang some d rare pieces of music. A house greeted him, showing their appreciation by passing arouud the hat. Each person seemel to think it his duty to give something and at the close of the entertainment he was presented with a nice little sum of money. Come again Grant we are always glad to sec you. I cro-vde- ir.vM:nr,i.i. X i 'I Country Jay. The Teachers' Association met at Union Nov. 18. '93. The house was called to order by Superintendent Jo. B. Rogers. Organization was next in order. John B. Taylor was elected Vice President and Siddie Davidson Secretary. The meeting w.is thin ndjourned to meet at 12:30 p. 111. Promptly at 12:30 the house was called to order by Chairman Rogers, and the teachers wore made welcome by Miss Siddie Davidson by an address which was both beautiful and I'rocrnUiiri. inspiring. Civil Government was then discuif-e- d by Mr. Shields nnd others. Miss Maggie Davidson delivered a very pretty declamation. School Incentives were very Intel ligently discussed by Mr. Gardner, followed by Messrs. Rogers and Taylor. The next subject, "Grammar" was discussed by J. B. Taylor, Fon Rogers and others. "The Voice," was interestingly discussed by Messrs. Rogers, Taylor. Davidson and Shields. Miss Ollie Ilocker. in her own dignified manner, recited n beautiful recitation. An address by Hon. C. S. Taylor was highly enjoyed by all especially the teachers, for in him we feel that we have a warm friend. Messrs. J. L. Rogers and J. II. Tnj lor favor teachers meetings nnd safI many good things to the point. Little Miss Verna Stevens honored the Association with quite nn enter taining speech. , Miss Mittie Taylor's recitation, subject, "Our Heroes," delivered in her own simple and modest manner, which always touches the heart, w.ifi highly enjoyed by the Association. By motion n unanimous vote ai thanks were tendered Jlon.C S.Taylcrr and he was requested to have hlsspccct published in The Hartford RetobU-ca- n. -- "At last wo opened it to find the student writhing upon tho floor, n taper signed with tho namo of Francis Viatal on tho table besido him. It was at least an hour before ho had recovered sufficiently to bo nbout ngaln. Then, furious with ragoat tho treatment he had reST. CrABELLE'S INN. ceived from tho sorcerer, ho insisted upon having him brought before him. My Undo Baylo wan n man whom ev"But tho merchant wns not to bo ery 0110 loved and welcomed as n visitor. found, elthor in or out of tho Inn. " 'But I will find him,' cried tho stuHis homo was not as ours was, in tho littlo city of Mircpolx, but In n grand dent, 'and I will kill him on tho spot for chateau, with crimson roof nnd shutters, tho impious porformnucsin which ho has in tho environs of Foix. A lawyer by mndo mo assist." profession and pressed with business, ho "And soon nfter, learning from tho nover lot a fortnight pass without com- stnblo boy tliat tho merchant had sading to eee our mother, nnd thorowero dled his horso himself and departod somo many of us to greet him, for Undo Baylo timo ago, ho followed him, still swearing was tho eldest of 18 children, nil of them, initnnt vengeance with ono or two exceptions, living with "Wo nover saw him In fact, wo never thtir own or tholr children's children in saw eithor of thom again." tho neighborhood of th family homo, "And yet, Undo Bayle," said Dormy sister and myself in tho homestead othy breathlessly, "you can say there ar itself, with our infirm but pious on no such things ns ghostn or goblins' courageous mother, whom, aa I told you "More isltlvely than ever," ho renwhilo ugo, Undo Baylo camo to see. plied. "Nulther tho Spanish merchant "Uncle," said Dorothy ono evening, nor tho Toulouso student were ever seen tho prettiest as well as tho bravest of nil again, ns 1 toll you. No more were the our cousins, 'toll us n ghost story, please. 80 beautiful quadruples which I and the "Wo Imvo heard all tho others." other guests of tho inn had put together "Ono cold autumn evening," said he, to mako up tho sum of tho Spaniard's "somo 40 years iiro, 1 was returning wager. Tho two rascals had carried from Toulouse, where I had been called them off between thom, after playing us a comedy which wo wore simpleon business. I was traveling fast and had already passed Auterlvo, where tons enough to behove, but which 1 hoino friends had urged mo to stay tho found very desr at tho timo, when I hnd night, but I was in a hurry to reach considerably less money to spare than nt Savcrdnn, threo leagues farther on, nnd present." From tho French. continued my routo. dust in iront 01 mo Conl Waste. monastery of Bolbonno, in tho forest of Tho great quantltiw of nuthrnclto coal Socouricn.ouo of thoso furious tempests which spring up in tho heart of tho wasted by tho unsuitable methods resortmountains without a momont's warning ed to iu preparing it for market is tho foil upon me. In less than no timo it subject of complaint by Mr. Harris, the was as black as midnight nnd tho road head official of tho Lehigh Coal com invisible. There was nothing for it but pany. Theo operations, 110 says, lcsnlt to turn about nnd ask for shelter at in reducing a largo proportion of tho Bolbonno. In n littlo while my horso coal to t&zvtt too smnll for commercial stopped, nnd I saw that wo were before purposes, tho ixTcentngo of wnsto from y this sonrco averaging as high 03 20 per tho door of nn inn. I entered. Tho was numerous and composed of cent of tho coal hoisted from tho colmerchants, Spanish students and tho lieries, this, however, having been somo-wldiminished in recent years by tho sportsmen of tho neighborhood, surutlliration of tho smaller sizes of conl. prised liko myself by tho storm. He thinks that this process rccuin " 'Truly,' said ono of tho hunters, 'tho weather's dovilish a regular witches' coal from tho wasto heaps is destined to go ranch farther in the more general sabbat.' " 'Pardon mo,' cried a voice in a dis- uso of coal In fino particles. Ho believe! tant corner, 'witches and goblins hold that it may not bo going too far to pabbats on moonlight nights and not In that improved methods of raining nnd of preparing conl may insure tho Btonus." f tho coal now re"Wo nil turned to see who had spoken uso ns fuel of and saw that It waa a Spanish mer- maining, so that itinay bo reckoned that chant. Nono of us seemod disposed at there are still not fnr from 0,000,000,000 first to answer n remark mado with such toua of anthracite avaihtblo before tho solemn gravity. In fact, wo were as si- bods will 10 wholly exhausted. The lent ns owls until suddenly my noighbor present annual consumption of nnthra-citis about 40,000,000 tons, and this on tho right, a young man of frauk and plcasiug appcarauco, burst into a fit of consumption has for somo years been Increasing at tho rnto of 4 per cent per nn laughter. it v " 'Really.' said he, indicating tho num. Now York Sun. who had bpoken last, 'it seems as if tho gtntluman nndorstood tho habits llluo Jeans at tbn Pair. of goblins. Perhapi thoy've told yon,' turning to him scornfully, 'how much Two World's fair visitors, in hickory they dislike to bo wet nnd muddy shirts, jeans pantaloons and Immense "Tho Spaniard gave him n terrible straw hats, stalked into tho Missouri look. stato building tho other day, aud wero " 'You speak too lightly, young mail,' at onco tho center of n curious crowd, raid ho, 'far too lightly of things you Tlio visitors were brothers nnmod Hart, and thoy had taken n novel way of reachfcnow uothin about.' " 'And you would have mo beliovo that ing tho World's fair. They left their homo in Camden county, Mo., nbout the ghosts eiislV " 'Perhaps,' said tho othor, 'if you nro niddlo of Jnno nnd camo up through "bravo cuough to look and boo. Hero's a tho niinois bottoms by easy stages In puree,' ho continued, rising nnd ap- cam pi n g'wagons. proaching the table, 'containing 80 gold-o- n Camden county, Mo., Is where they I wager them all that raise good harvest hands. Tlio Hart quadruples. in an hour's timo 1 call before you tho brothers are typical tnombors of this faco of any ono of your friends, oven if profession. Along abont early harvest lio has been dead n dozen years, whom In Juno they nllowcd it to bo n good plnn you may name to mo. Moreover, when to work their possago to Chicago nnd the you havo recognized him, ho sliall ap- World's fair via tho harvest Colds. proach, cmbrnco and saluto you with a Camping outfits were stowed nwny In Ides. Do you agree? And as ho asked wagons and tho pair started northwnrd. tho question tho manner of tho man was When they found n farmer who needed extra help iu making hay or harvesting bo impressive and stem that we involuntarily trembled. My neighbor only early crops they hired ont for a few Tomalned unmoved. days. They not only paid thrir travel" 'And yon can do all that? he cried. ing expenses in this way, but laid by n " 'Yes,' answerod tho Spaninrd, 'and snug sum with which to see the fair nt willingly part with my 0 quadruples their leisure. "beside, if I do not, provided you will lose When tho Hart brothers reached Chia similar nmount if I hold to my promise cago they selected n grove about fonr and force yon to boliovo.' Tho offer was miles west r'f tho fair gronnds nnd pitched camp for- - rourweeks'stay. World's at onco accepted. "To guard ag.dnst trickery and decep- fair hotela hnd 110 allurements for thom. tion, wo decided to uso a littlo pavilion Their first visit in the fair grounds wns situated in tho outer garden, pcrfoctly to the Missonri ImlMlnjj. nnd It took isolated and bare of everything but a thsm somo hours to got ncenstomed to chair and a table. After assuring our- thuir new fauglml surroundings. Tlio selves that thoro wore uo other issues piano In the parlor pleased them imthan a door and a window, tho student mensely, but the typewriter machines In entered aud, wo left him to his fate, not, operation simply nstounded them. however, without placing besido him nil Pittabu'rg Dispatch. tho necos'wy writing materials and extinguishing the lights. A Criticism by Disraeli. "When everything was ready and we Denial Osborno was for n long time had arranged ourselvos in n circle around bribed to silonco by his political optho door, tho Spaniard, who had waitod ponents by appointment to office. When iu nbsoluto silence till nil was dono, tho trammels were eventually removed, to sing in a low, sweet voico, a verso, ho celebrated his liberation by a rattling as near as I can remember, running speech. "Tho. voice of tho honorable thus: member haa not been hoard In thiahonso With a cracking nolsa the colli n bursts for somo years past," thereupon observed In the tomb, deep, dark and profound, Disraeli. "Throughout that period he And the phantom nhlto places his toot , On tho soil of tho cold, damp ground! lias felt tho irksomenessof restraint, and "Then, elevating his voico, ho called wo now hear tho wild shriokof freedom." San Francisco Argonaut to tho student shut up within tho pavilion: Entering For Tlaee. ' You havo told me,' said he, 'that yon desire to havo a visit from tho spirit of ! -your friend, Francis Vialat, drownol BOY threo years ago while crossing tho ferry Now, what do you of Pcnsagnoles. I WANTED j bo-focom-pnno one-halo raor-chu1 bo-sa- n Tho kindly deed for other wrought, Thr patient word, tin goncrou thought, " Tho effort raado by hand or brain 'Gainst might for right, though mado In vnln, EIiU bo by Ood forgotten not When llfo U dono. Donahoo's Magazine. Jlr. tlarvcv need iAceytllle, 0. I Catarrh, Hoart Failure, ralyols of the Throat "X Thnnk " Oentlomem Tor the benefit of inflertng humanity I wish to state a few faotsi For sererai jeari I hare suflerod from catarrh and heart failure, ietUn so bad 1 could not work partllafor Perfect Health." Could 8caroely Walk flort nnd ITood' Sarta ua I had a very bad spell paralysis of the ttireat some lime aro. My throat seemed closed an I cnid not iirsllsw. The doctors salt It was eauied by heart failure, and (taTernemeina. It which I took according to directions, ' My not seem to do me any gpou. telling ""Vf."1 me ot Mr. to try n ood's Mrssparllla, Mtph C. Smith, who had been but was entirely cured by Hood's Sampartlbv After UlXInc with Mr. Smith. I onclndea to try Hood's Sarsaparllla. When I had taken two bottle s I felt very much better. Itara eonUnued bWn It, and am now fesllng excellent. I thank Ood, and ' At Doath's Door Hood'sfor Sarsaparllla my restoration to is my wife enlth." Hauvbt Hbct, LaccyrUle, O. IIOOD'S PILLR do not ponte, rl" kitactfTomplT,ti!lyandsfflclsaUy. So. !" , Statement of the Condition' Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK A.t of Tin-- : tho Closo of Busrooss Juuo 30,1893. HKSOUUCKS. Notes and Hills - . . . . $76,205. 14 Real listntc 3,000.00 Fjirniture and Fixtures . . . 1,50000 864.98 Expenses paid Cash on hand and in Il'ks . .17,447-5- ' f99.oi7-6- 7 LIAWLITIKS. $25,000 00 5.250.00 1,293-. . . Capital Stock Surplus Keservc Fund Interest nnd Exchange Deposits 3,047.59 64,426.94 f99,oi 67 JOHN II. HARNF.S,Casiiii;u. Sworn nnd subscribed to before me June 30, 1893. JOWAN HOUIROOK!. C. O. C. C Hy SmtMiv Tavlok. I). C. JJ Our business continues to grow, as the above statement will show, loth in magnitude nnd prosperitj'. Two years ngo a deposit of $25,000; one y $64,000. year ago $45,000; This is due to the fact that the young men arc beginning to realize that it is not the money made but the money saved tint sets them up in business. The man whosavcs each day and puts at interest fifty cents, will in fifty years be worth $58,000 Rich! We nro here to assist the business interests of the county, and we solicit nnd npptcciatc the account of every pushing, enterprising individual or linn. JOHN H.HARNKS.Cashikr. to-da- m sm FITS. All fits stopped ficc by Dr. No Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. fits after first day's use. Marvelous cures. Treatise and $2.00 trial bottle free to 1'it cases. Send to Dr. Kline, 931 Arth St , I'hlla., l'a. I?or sale by all druggists; call on yours. 36 iy ss(bS At Homo. 1 hnve now establishpermanently at my new house iu Ileavcr Dam, Ky,, where I am fully equipped for doing all Cabikinds of photographic work. Instantanenet photo's a specialty. ous photographs ot children. Call and see my work. Vco tiuly. A. D. Taylor. the road" with my splendid outfit Having hnd an excellent season"on photo-Kiaphi- V ed my gallery And those troubled with nervousness resaltlng from care or orerwork will be rollered 1 r Using Iirown'tt Iron Bittern, oeuuin has trade mark and erosned red linos on wrapper. Neuralvla Venonn TODU FUTDRB Z, JUWs n J secV itself yonder by tho window, formless, shifting and liko a floating cloud' "After n ennent's silence tho Spaniard begins tosingngain,hlsvoicedocper and gloomier than before: "And (ho phantom white, whom tho rushing Had failed toatlnt eofalr. Wiped 1 ith his shroud an I hit skeleton band Tho tVops from his fnco snd hair," " 'I rgo nothlnir.' renllod tho student: 'but stay a whito light begins to lift I ''91 r 74 ssr?mk. V - L. .x Mr- rains do yon seo now,' ho "cries, 'yon who wish to sound tho mysteries of tho tomb; what do yon seo now? " 'Nothing,' replies tho voico of tho student, calm and cool ns over. " 'And you nro not afraid? crloe tho Spaniard, his mannor uioro scornful nnd "'What The Association then adjourned to meet at Cromwell. Jo. B. Rogku9, Prcs. John il Taylor, Vice Prcs. Siddie Davidson, Sec'y. Only Iloofl'n. d Hood's Sarsapnrilla is carefully from Sarsaparllla, Dandelion, Mandrake, Dock, Pipslssewa, Juniper berries and other well known rciuedies, by n peculiar combination, proportion nnd process, giving to Hood's Sarsaparllla curative powers not possessed by other medicines. It effects' remarkable cures when other prepara tions fail. pre-pare- insulting still. " 'I sin not afraid,' comes back tho clear, bravo voico of tho prisonor within, whilo wo, utandingon tho outsido nud in eight of tho infernal sorcerer's incantations, scarcely daro to look at each other, so crOat is our dismay and surprise. "Aud tho phantom said,' cries the Spaniard furiously: And tho phantom said, coming out from the tomb, "In order that he may know me In troth, I will uo to my friend proud, amlllngand swoot. As in tl.o days of our first early youthl" -L- lfo. Buy your School Furniture nnd np-- , parattif", required by the new school law, of the United States Schc-- 1 Furniture Co. W. A Gibson Agt. tl Hartford, Ky. llooU'nt Hood's Pills cure biliousness, "And again, ceasing his song, ho puts his tcrriblo question: " 'What do you seo now? " 'Tho phantom advancing ho raises tho voll it is Francis Francla Viatal ho approaches tho table ho writes ho has written his namo' But before lis can say more tho Span lard lcsuines, his voico wild and howliug: Aud the phantom said to this mocklng'man, "Cumo thou at nnoa and giro to mo Thy bind to my hand, thy heart to my boart. And Iby lips whore I can kiss thee!" V 'Aro you afraid now? Aro you afraid now?" ho repeats, almost with frenzy. A shuddering cry, dying away in a moan, Is thp studontM ojily qinwer. Ilrnmn ontl'a Lightning: Remedy done great work for II. J. Lewis, of Anderson's Mills, S. C. He had sciatic rheumatism in the left hip and leg, nnd for six- - weeks was not able to walk a step, and sufTcred untold agonies when the pains dnittd up and down his legs., Aflcr using fi r Drummond's Lifhtnlny Ktni-dRheumatism for two weeks he wrote that lie could walk and that the pa n was gone. If you stiflcr fiom rheumatism and wish to be cured, ask your dtugpist for Drummond's' Lightning Remedy, andif he has not got it, write to the . Drummond Medicine Maiden Lane, New York Co,, Agents wnnted, iWl'r. 48-5- 0 Palmistry sssumes to tell what the lines u you band Indicate, It will smuts yoa.lf notalog mora. The abovo dlarrsra slmoit explain Itself, Tb length of the LINK OP LIFJS Indicates probable age to which you will lira. Kack BRACKLKT glrea you thirty yesrs. LINE OP HEAD demotes brain power i clear LINK Olf FORTUNE, fsme or riches. Both combined mean auccets In life ; bnt yon mutt keep up wltb modem Mesa to win It. You will nnd plenty of theao la DcmoreU'e Family Magazloe, so atttaetlrely that erery member of tho family la eater-tstneH Is a dnccn roagstlnes In one. ACLXAR LINK OF IIEAttT bespeaks tenderness; a stnlgkt UNB OF KATE, peaceful life: the reran If LINE OF HEALTH crooked. A' sparea you doctors' tills ; so will the health blots In Demcresl's. No other magailne pablhbea ea many stories to Interest the home circle. Ton wig be subject to extremes of hlrta spirits er deeposd- one j 11 you nsre mo uiuuufc ur vupuowru marked; keep up yonr spirits by having Demorsat'a Vliraxlne to read. Ily sabrcrlblng to It for I8M you will recelre a gallery of ezqulaite works of art of great rata, besides the aoperb premium pictan, ITxSi Inches, ' I'm a Bslty I" which la almost a real baby, and eusltoth origins! oil painting wktck coat tXO: and yon will have a maculne that canaot be equaled by any In the world for Its beaotlfol Illustrations anl (object matter, that wlU.kerp yon posted on all the loplca of the day, aiKLaJl that fade, and different Items of Interest aboet- - tke household, beside furnishing Interesting readlag matter, both grara snd gay, for th who'. family ( and while Demorest's Is not a fashion magazla. Its fashion psees sre perfect, and yon get with It, fro of cost, all th pattern you wfik to w daring the year, and In any als yon choose. Bead la your subecripUon at once, only $2 00, and yo will really get orcr $30.00 In ralue. Addnsa the pab Usher. W. Jennings Demorest, 15 last 14th IL. New York. If you are nnacqnalated with tM Magazine, send for a tpedmra copy. A UrgeQUaD-RANUL- E tieans honesty t a fairs TUANGLX, generosity; long FIRST rJlVlMION OF THUMB, strong will LONO SECOND DIVISION, retMO. Ing faculty. The MOUNT OF JUP1TKR betekeo ambition I that of gaTUBN, prodmee ! the BUM, lor of splendor I MARS, courage: MOON, iraarto. tlons Y2NU8,loTofpleaar: and MmcUKf, Intelligence. Ttk our adrlo aa abore and raa will be snro to possess th last and. most TrtNt IS IN TOUR OWN HAND. Y , .... -.- "-! J-n- e iit4-'- ,S. 'S---: S- .. :ufifl -V- -v t&r MtUittlfn"tniJiAmrmtmmmmMiiht& Mi MrfWMW" f rff Wil H.ifirtlgMK.T. fciJWIWUfc . m ..) . - l .'i fcV CES3K: J ? YOU HAVE J" Leave orders with Hall for any Sec Miss Bennett at Fair Bros & Co's for nil tile latest things in Mil- thing in his line. He will treat you right. linery. A. R. Carson, the Groceryman,can and will undersell them nil at Carson &. Co's. Dr W B Hayward, Eltribethtown, is the guest of his son, Mr W T Hayward. TWO FEET And those feet must have Shoes, for the weather wasn't made on a bare footed plan. tTf o r For the lowest prices and the best terms on School Furniture and apparatus, required by the new school law, W. A. GmsoN, Agt. sec or write Hartford, Ky. tf PANIC PRICES ARE WE HAVE TwpBh.oes "TV" ' That will fit your two feet and make them comfortable. arc good shoes. The They PRICE Kj. r- - ; tui..-':.- '.'.y ' ' ' '' FITS YOUR PURSE '?. - -. " 'V rxjr i. rsSJCr Exactly in accordance with the time and price you wish ' and any grade you desire. W e know that THE SHOES PIT TOUR FEET - SV. 71. A .. '.Ji... T 7'V ,,ir 1i wi jr I this being a mutual matter, we" ought to trade. So, FAIR BROS, ft CO ) HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION. CPENC 1BBBBBLbbbY .T Vh trttt retloi Unriaew Trlnlnfc.Tifc-Xer- I ?hortha nii.tn. Th.T clvo ft ruxiwrl to bnilacs mm mifio.. UAtainsns iron. IiMlMittr, Pr't, J. jr. JUh, . Aflarens 6:eneeriMi uoueo i Lou1vlll, Ky., Owensboro, Ky., or Evsnsvnie, ina. Boo-j- mm New BUSINESS COLLEGES (INCORPORATED.) ' '1d M Friday, NovnMimn i4, 1893. ntckwear at Fair Bros & Co's. Cron A; Co. lend.-Hanr- y Nail for your fcad. Tinware at Tracy & Son's. OwMsboro wagon tor stf e by C L Field. Call en Stevens & Collins and see thair new stock of groceries. So to Hall's i for your mot. For Gherkins, Beat line of gossamers at Fair Bros Best Jeans pants at Pair Bros & Co'o. Go's. Big Una af Umbrellas at Fair Bros R. D. Walker, Pwensboro, Is In & Co's. town. Try Stevens & Collins' sweet Fresh bread constantly on hand at pickles. 17. H. WILLIAMS LEADS. tc, Olives, call on Stevens & Collins Chow-Cho- Pall's. Nicest line ot veiling at Fair Bros Plenty good Blankets at Fair Bros & Co's. & Co's. Good values In Boots at Fair Bros All kinds of Ammunition at Tracy & Co's. &Son8. . AT (Saxony yarns, all 6hades, Jftos & Co's. Fresh Sausage constantly on hand Freshest Groceries at Stevens & at Fair Collins. Fresh Fruits and Oysters at Stevens fc. t Hall's. Collins. 6.0. P. Hall keeps oysters, dines, etc. Gire S. 0. want meat. . sar P. Hall a call when you Bring your fur and hides to W II Williams. Every body buys Millinery at Fair Bros ft Co's. Best line of ladies Cloaks at Fair Meat! Meattl Meatlll At Hall's In Bros & Co's. abundance. Call and see C h Field's buggies Buy your Shoes and Boots at Car- - before you'buy, Co's. Bon Everythlng'in firstclass order at Large stock of Canned goods at Hall's meat-shoTracy & Son's, ft. 50 buys a man a good boot at Miss Sara Collins is the Milliner at Fair Bros & Co's. Carson & Co. Plenty nice satlnes for fancy work E.Fogleis visiting relatWta at Pair Bros & Co's. Mrs. J. in Loaisville. Handsome line of handkerchiefs at Fair Bros & Co's. Go to Henry NalPs for your feed, Cheapest and most stylish Millinery iour, meal, etc. at Fair Bros 5? Co's. Call on Tracy & Son for anything Remember that C h Field hap the in the Groaery Une. best of feed for your horse. Mrs. H. P: Taylor i visiting in in Hall has the leading meat-shoLouisville this week. the "Green River country, Tracy & Son will sell you Groceries Call en Hall for staple and fancy 9 cheap as the cheapest. groctrtM. ne has a nice supply. p Miss Collins for 0 kods at Carson k. C. Millinery Miss Carrie Cox, Stanley, is visit ing her sister, Mrs. M. h. Hcayrln. Go to Henry Nail and get your feed. V will treat yon right " Snoot' does the Photograph ness for everybody. busi- Give him a call. Hall's business continues -- to inThe largest And best line of Soaps crease. He' keeps everything fresh. fn town at Tracy & Son's. fve will receive another shipment Furniture of all kind will arrive f Overcoats this' week at Carson & & Co's. this week at Carson Ce. fr.ao gets an extra button shoe for a lady at Fair Bros & Co's. MissLuld Walkcracco.mpanied Mrs.. J, E. Rbwc toOwensboro Monday. ' . - Miss Bennett, the leading Milliner in Hartford, la still at Fair Bros & Co's. j Plenty of'yachtlng caps, latest and We have a big line, of Clothing to newest things out, at Fair Bros 8c felect from.. .,?aroi $ G?, 0.. . - J Lcm Mcllenry, who lias been at Miss Lutic Lea, Owcnsboro, is the tending College at Danville, is at guest of her sister, Mrs. W. G. home to resume his studies under Dr. Alexander until after the Holillardwick. days, when he will return to DanA very interesting revival meeting ville, where he will graduate next is In progress at West Providence June. Church. Ben Myres is the great trapper of Miss Fannie Cnscblcr visited rela-an- d Ohio county. He operates about tlves near Rockport Saturday South Carrollton and Smallhousc on Sunday. Green River. Two years ago this ONE dollar CASH gets TWENTY fall Ben had trapped a number of piinicT" by" in all, and was pounds of New Orleans Sugar at Tra- coons, twenty-eigh- t feeding them In a closed .boat on the cy & Son's. river- - One nail handles the wondcrlul Japa- out through night they nil crawled the stove pipe and escap nese Oil. It is wonderful, indeed. ed, leaving Ben a much wiser and Try a bottle. Sidder man. Since that event Ben Smoot will only be here a short never takes time' to remove a coon while. Ifyou want good work done from a trap, nor even to kill it, until give him a call. the hide is off. He has already taken Mrs. Altha Arnold, Cromwell, is sixty pelts this season and is getting the guest of her daughter, Mrs. G. so skilifnl In skinning tliat he says the coons do not seem to suffer much C. Westerfield. inconvenience from tbe operation. For nice FRESH PORK SAUSAGE, He always turns them loose after RABBITS, 'Opossums, go they are thoroughly skinned and he to W II Williams'. says by this means he can get at When you need Groceries, leave least ten skins off the same coon in your orders with A. R, Carsem, with as many years. Carson & Co. nieil nt OwriMtiura, Mrs. Maggie Hardwick Booth, of Henry Nail will sell you leed for Owensboro, died at her about midyour stock or family as cheap as anynight last Thursday night of conbody. Give him n call. sumption. She was the youngest For a shave, shingle or shampoo, daughter of the late Mrs. S. F. Hardgo to n. C. Pace, one of the best bar- wick, of this place. She was married bers In Western Kentucky. in June, 1S92, to Mr. W. L. Booth Remember that other men may a prominent dairyman of Owensboro. Mrs.- - Booth was a member of the come and go, but C. R. Martin is still C. P. Church, and was a model chris-tiahere in the jewelry business. woman. Funeral services were Go to W II Williams for your conducted by Rev. J. C. Buchanan SWEET at GHERKIN, Chow-Chothe residence of her brother, W. G. J PICKLES, Horse Raddlsh, etc. Hardwick, after which the remains F. M. Hutchinson, of Ilendersoa, were interred in the Hartford Cemerepresenting the Henderion Trust tery. Thus a beautiful life has passed from earth to join the angelic band Co., is attending court this week. of Hartford areespecialy around the throne of God. The Ladies The many friends of the family, toInvitcd-ttry CRYSTALLIZED PIE gether with The RepunniCA, extend PREPRATION at Tracy & Son's. condolence. Mr and Mrs. Perry Westerfied, of An Interr.tlne Nprvlrc. Beaver Dam, were the guests of G. C. For several months past the good Westerfield and family this week, feeling among the members of the W II Williams has never asked Church at Green River Uuion, bemore than 25c per package for tween Centertowu and Smallhouse, Coffee. Call and help yourhas been seriously disturbed. There self. are two factions, it seems, and some Oysters served at all hours day or of those belonging to the miRemember nority faction have been excluded night at Hall's stand. the place, opposite the Hartford from the church. The two factions are contending for supremacy and the House. peace of the neighborhood is destroyLeave your orders for a nice FAT ed, Several weeks ago one faction Turkey or Chicken for Thanksgiving locked the house and refused to adwith W H Williams either dressed mit those excluded, whereupon one :lreiut Court ll"m. or alive. CircuitCouft opened Monday mornof the latter went into the church A large stock of STAPLE and through a window, took off the locks ing, with every officer ready for duty. The following is a list of the juries: FANCY Groceries, wholesale and and replaced them with others keepGRAND JURY. constantly on hand at W H ing the keys. He was arrested about retail O. T. Duke, Sam Greer, H.JJ.Odell, a month ago, the whole neighborWilliams. hood come up to Hartford to the trial, W. B. Render, Virgil Renfrew, Z. W. Mr. Mat Mason, who has been the but the case was dismissed. The un- Shultz, Harrison Austin, L. Raley, guest of A. C. Ellis, of Kinderhook, pleasantness continued and on the John W. Greenwood, J. W. Petty, returned to his home in Morganfield. second Sunday, just passed, it reach- James McSherry, John W. Taylor, Ky., Wednesday. ed a very disgraceful point. It was foreman. PBTITT JURY. C. R. Martin is prepared to do all the pastor's regular appointment. The W. H. Acton, Luther Rogers, Luke clock, jewelry and hour for services, 1 1 o'clock, a. ra kinds of watch, spectacle repairing on short notice at The minorty had, however, employed Brown, Joseph Park, H.T. Ford, J.J. a preacher and had him on hand ear- Stevens; Henry Felix, Weaver Barnes, lowest cash prices. ly, so as to get through before the N. P. Boswell, Taylor Murphy, G. L. Judge Chas. Eaves and Hon. Jep C. regular pastor's hour arrived. The O'Bannon, JeffL. Shultz, J. M. JohnJohnson,' Greenville, and Judge C.W. new preacher began, but while he yet son, D. E. Thomas, Frank Reynolds, Massie, Owensboro, are attending spake, in came the other preacher, T. B. Holbrook, J. W. Leach, J. H. court this week. Ambrose, P. L. Alford, Sylvester followed by his part ol the flock. The White, J. J. Monroe, J. W. Mosely, regular preacher whom we shall desCommonwealth's Attorney J. E. ignate as No. i, obtained the Bible Win. Foster and J. Ham Shultz. Rowe and his little daughters, of In the case of the Commonwealth and read a chapter, while the minorOwenBboro.are the guests of Judge E. ity man, whom we shall call No. 2, against Hugh Ferguson, the jury D. Walker this week. was, yet preaching. When he had brought in a verdict of not guilty, Com'th vs. Monroe Kzell for carryBorn, to the wife of Thomas New-com- finished reading he called npon a ofthe Clear Run neighborhood, brother to pray which was done, and ing concealed weapons fined $25 and on the aoth inst., a fineboy. Mother yet, nil this time No. 2 was still ten days in jail. Com'th vs. Hannah Galley conpreaching away. The prayer ended, and child doing well, a song was sung by the majority at fessed a fine of $20. W H Williams is headquarters for Com'th vs. James Hines and Sylthe instance of No. 1, but No. 2 like NICE NEW HOMINY, CURRANTS, the boy upon the burning deck, still vester Wedding stricken from the DRIED APPLES and PEACHES, stuck to his job an.d continued to docket. RAISINS, FIGS, DATES, etc. Com'th vs. John Harris demurr preach. The song finished No. 1 call-e- d on a sister to pray, and she pray-a- sustained and referred to the Gramd I. T. Sanderfur, formerly of this and No. 2, like "Banquo's ghost" Jury. county, but now a prominent stock Com'th vs. S. E. Mosley, Joh Aw-trDaviess county, called would not down. He soon finished, 8pcculatorof Wm, Dehart, J. C. Hall, Wash however, and all his party save one to see us while in town this week. filed out ofthe church. This broth- Duncan, R. T, Taylor, Frank Jones, Rev. B Perry Weaver, of Louis- er ofthe minority decided to stay, Dire Stewart continued. ville, will preach at the Baptist Com'th vs. Rolla Sanders, 4 cases; but the majority said for him to go, Church Sunday mora ingot xi o'clock. and they proceeded to and Virgil Lawrence continued for lead him out, All are cordially invited to attend. but he refused to stay out and craw- Defendant. Com'th vs. John Oliver stricken Henry Noll is a young man and de- led back Into the house through the if you window. We do not know what else from docket. So serves your patronage. want to help a young man along In happened, butnodoubt thisisenough There is a little village in the Isle to Impress the reader that the plan the world, go to him for your feed. above indicated must be a wonderful of Anglcsea, Wales, which has the The new Board of Pension Examinway of serving the Lord) orsotnebody honor of possessing the longest and ers for Ohio county are Drs. A. B. else. most unpronounceable name in the Baird, Hartford; J. J. Mltchell.Beaver Welch language which is famous for Dam, and J. D. Maddox, Rockport. No other sarsaparilla has equaled its hard names. It is known as "the Messrs. Lee Stevens and Randall Hood's In the relief it gives in sever printer's terror." Here It is exactlyi est cases ot dyspepsia, sick headache, Llanfoirpwllgyllgogerychwyrn d rob Collins have purchased the meat-shobiliousness, etc. iormerly owned by P. Ross, and will conduct a general meat busMethod!! Niihdixjr ftehool linn. Mm. Hiimu Weddlnir. iness. Sunday Nov 19. Officers and "She is dying." were the words teachers present, 12; scholars pres- - that struck a chill to many loving Henry Nail, has opened a general ent, 65. hearts. For months she had been a feed store at L. B. Bean's old stand, s Openingsong, of Jesus. victim to that dreaddlsease, consumpand will keep on hand all kinds of We were glad to have our Presid- tion, and Thursday, November 2d, feed, bran, shipstuff, flour and meal. ing Elder, Dr. S. X. Hall, with us, 1893, her pure soul returned to Him Give him a call. who conducted the devotional exer- who gave it. She is dead, but in the Don't forget that W H Williams cises. hearts of those who loved her, there will have a FULL SUPPLY of nice Our worthy pastor, Bro, Pate, was is a vacancy which can never be fillFresh OYSTERS, Celery, etc., for also with us this morning. t, as I sit here, memory ed. Thanksgiving next, Thursday. 60 Miss Mamie Bennett, after an. exreverts to the days when , she made leave your orders with him. tended visit to friends and relatives life a blessing to all about her. I see in McLean county, has returned and the bright face, the pleasant smiles, A protracted meeting at Boon's was with her clan's as usual. and I seem to hear the sweet voice Chapel, near Sniallhouse, closed last The following were welcome visit- speaking the, sentiments of a noble, week. A Bro. White was the minisors: Philip Kahl, VVm. Wahara. pure and true heart. Then I see her converter In charge and twenty-tw- o Grant, and Geofge Water-houswhen she began to fade. At the last sions and sanctiGcations were the re- Thomas New Albany, Ind., Mr. Elijah her sufferings were terrible, but she sult. Miller, Dee Miller, A, M. Barnett.Jo. bore them with wonderful fortitude. Win. A, Carson, of Beda, Inspector A. Bennett, Mrs. Auna'Chapaze and We knew for some time that the end ' ofthe G. A..R. Posts forOhlocounty, Mrs. Fair, was near, but one day when the sunWe are glad to have visitors, to our shine was flooding the earth with its called to see us Wednesday as be was on bis return from his rounds of in- school and we welcome everybody. golden glory, when the world seemed spection and'a short visit to relatives School closed 'by singing No. 864, " too loy.ely for- us to think of death, in Butler county. , "Hallalujah Thine theGlorj." he angels bore her bouI, away and hog-head- s, I n STILL PREVAILING! Hard times a" re now a thing of the past. Yet we will continue our good work as inauguratedjduring the financial sel ling yououFWinter Sup ply oi Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Dry Goods, Underwear and Furnishing Goods at 1 1 HARD TIME PRICEST" No gentleman should fail to see our excellent line of Pants,! Overcoats, Hats and Shoe3. No lady should fail to take advantage of our big bargainsjin Dress Goods, Flannels, Lindseys, etc. We call especial attention to our Ladies'Jand Misses Underwear and Cloaks. Boots and Shoes of all description and Sizes. TISAFEAT TO FIT THE FEET. o We can accomplish it. During .this sale we guarantee you a saving of 25 to 50 per cent, on all purchases. Give us a call,Jit will pay you. es The house that defies competition and laughs at opposition. laid 2. 2vm IZZ. was ready to meet. We know it before Him whom she said she . her beautiful life was closed so soon, but we do know that God knows best Her life and sufferings and her death Haperlntendcnt'a AppolntaeaU. I will visit the following school at not why times named: Friday, Nov. 24. 8 a m, No 65, Jf M. Stogner. "1 No 75, Miss Sue Jenkin. 2:30 p m, No 18, W M Johnsoa. Saturday, Nov. 25. Teacher' As b, d, y, p, Foot-print- e, - -- . are a lesson to us all, teaching us to be nobler and better. She "was my friend, beautiful and just to me." sociation at Beaver Dam All teachetJr While life lasts her good influence in the Hartford Magisterial District will be felt. required to attend. Her husband's heart will never Monday, Nov. 37. 8 am, No. &, again know true happiness, her chil- Albert Maddox. dren will find in the future how much ir, No. 70, Fred Strother. they lost when their mother died. 2, No. 22. p.m, E. D. Maddox. But she is at rest. "No more will she Tuesday, Nov. a8. 8 A ra, No. be compelled to bear the pains that J. Ham Barnes. hourly tormented her. She isnt rest 11, No. 101, A. H. Rom. in the bosom of her God. That thought 2:30 p m, No. 6ii E. 'K. Shulte. should comfort those she left behind. Wednesday Nov. 29, 8530 p m, Nr. She was a good friend and an affec- 85, R, C. Jarnagin. tionate sister and daughter, a loving nam, No. 8, col. V. N. Knykea tender mother, a devoted wife and an doll. earnest christian. She will never be 2:30, No. 79 John B. Taylor. forgotton by- those who knew her and Friday, Dec. 1, 8 a m, No. J, Miss to "live in hearts wc leave behind is Bessie Maddox. not to die." 11, No. no, Miss Lanra Render. Her memory will ever bring better 2:30, No 3, col. Miss Margery Hia-tothoughts and noblerimpulses to those who knew and loved her. A beautiSaturday, Dec. a, 9:30am. Teachful life has ended and a soul has re- ers Association at Rosine. All teachturned to the God who gave it. We ers in the Rosine Magisterial District do not understand the providences of are required to attend. Monday, Dec 4. 8 a m, No. 4,' God, but Mrs. J. A. Wedding. "Be content poor hearts, xi, No. 30, Miss Lucy B.Townsead. God's plans, llkelilies pure and white Tuesday, Dec. 5. 8 am, No, 63, unfold, We must not tear the close-shMiss Sophia Davidson. leaves apart; 11, No. 32, Albert London. Time will reveal the calyxes of gold. 2:30 p m, No. 103, J. E. Davidson. And if by patient toil we reach the Wednesday, Dec 6.. 8 a xn, No.94, land Miss LaviniaJMyers. Where wearied feet with sandals loos11, No. 92, J. S. FiUhugh, ed, may rest, :3o p m, No. 7, J. H. Leach. Where we shall know and clearly Thursday, Dec. 7. 8 am, No. 4) understand, I think we'll say, 'God 'knows the Lee B. Mills. " .B. best.' " 11:30, No. 98, G. S. Fitzhugh. 2 pm, No, 6 (col) kiss Samanthft How's "TOUT Bracken. We offer one hundred dollars re- . Friday, Dec 8. 8 m ra, No. 'U ward for any case of Catarrh that can (col) Miss Charlotte Eldson. not be cured by Hall's. Catarrh Cure. 11, No. 106, L. B. Loney and 3. F. J. CHEENEY & CQ., Props. Tichenor. Toledo, Ohio. 2 p ra, No. 6, D. Ellis Miller. We the undersigned have known F. Monday, Dec it. 8am, No. 0j J. Checney for fifteen years, and be- Miss Annie M. Allen, lieve him to be perfectly reliable in 10, No. 2, (col) Miss Minnie Taylor, all business transactions and finanTuesday, Dec xa. Bam, No, 5 cially able to carry out any obliga- W. G. Gardner. tion made by their firm. 10, No. 5, (col) Cromwell DistrWt. WEST & TRAUX, Wholesale Drug-gist- s, No. 25, Alfonzo Rogers. Toledo, Ohio. Wednesday, Dec 13. 10 a n. N- WALDING.KINNAN & MARVIN, I, (col)S. M. Taylor. Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Friday, Dec. 15. 8 a in, No. ?4 Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken T. Tinsley. directly upon the bloodand 11, No. 88, J. L. Rogers. mucous surfaces of the system. Price, Appointments for November 3ftf 75c per bottle. Sold by all Druggists'. ore withdrawn. Testimonials free. 'The Trustees and patrons ate to be present It is wpaek) All leading druggists sell Hill's. ly necessary that the fall' Board 0 Chloride of Gold Tablets. Sure cure Trustees be on hand, as Import for the Tobacco or Opium Habit business will be transacted witk each District. Trustees wilt briag that The Collins bridge on the Beaver Record Book and District Booadary. Rcsp'y, Dam road is in a very bad condition. Jo. B. Roawk, The floor has almost rotted out, the railings are torn down and the abutments and sills are in no first-clas- s of good pops One or two .car-loacondition. This bridge should be lar lumber. Address, repaired without delay or 'else a seF. A. Auks & Co., rious accident will be the result. Owcmboro, Ky, . r 5 tf n. . intern-ally.acti- 'ff t Vr- r5? 5' JT r4- M 'J J S'J I . Sx V. V-'u&i -l S'1 .11 Vkl A' 'i ?ti . Mi 1; ,' IF. h; if; . 1 1 ' vVy . J!Ja .SJ 1J$1 T'; f'-- v ") (j k$:7u .'' L.V i&i ..?&;:. hx ,,'. 1!eT K. mm 1 ' . ; ft" Hartford- - Republican Friday, NovKMium 24, 1S93. TilC VAYS OF PnOVIDENCE. Whit tlm trnul 'long llio pathway Of llils rrohu lion Inn Wo meet with circumstances Tlmt we f.ill to umlfrslnn. Somo men we rco fly up'ards. On tlio nines of fortune monntln, WI1II0 1'rovMcnco keeps others, Better fur, forever ettinJIn In tlio nihil t of tribulation, On tlio lows' earthly l&nuln In n way that, think our best, Reaches over Ml nccountln. 'l" v Fotnlglnynnoxcecilln, Till It teems as If Ills power Yet lie's clad In gorgeous pnrplo An the fines' kind o' linen, YVlillo tils nrs ho closes tight To tlio liegjur's piteous pleadln, An keeps ruldln to his treasure, Ev'ry day we meet w ItU Dlvos, Full o' wlckelnes an mlirhU Oppresln some poor Lazarns At mornln, noon an night. ir ( , IIal no cnilln or beglnnln. x. An If this world wo're placed la Was the final en of llln. An nftor death to mortals No futur' etnto was Riven, We'd be right In thlnkln Providence Had missed Its calculations. Butw'cn wcrrcolleo' Unit tome-daThcro'll bo n changln places Wo Jes' keep right on pullln steady In contentment's easy traces, Fcelln kuro that at tho cn'dln Sho'lt even up tho rations. Chicago Record. SABINA WILKINS. Miss Stiblun Inul finished her morning duties, had dressed tho butter, swept tlio back porch nnd turned tho broom up in tlio corner, as neat housekeepers do, had gathered flowers nnd seed nnd eggs nnd now seated herself by tho window to crochet. But tho fingers moved kggardly. Sho was clean sickened out of fancy work, of nursing tho sick, sitting up with othur peoplo'a children, going to funerals nnd to church picnics to seo young peoplo in lovo enjoying themselves. Sho was tired, too, of being asked why sho didn't get lurried. Sho had been litorall joked to dwith on tlio subject. But to look in the little, room vrhoro Misa Sabiua oat ono would think sho might bo tolerably happy. Old Puss purred kindly at hor feet, ready to follow every step. Ou tho mantel stood vases of gay flowers, and between them an old clock, ticking and striking the hours softly, out of respect, it may bo supposed, to the sensitiveness of Mss Sabina, who fain would linger nwhilo longer nt tho rosy gato to the temple of time. On a tnblo lay tho "family Bible, In which, however, was recorded ono dato that saddened MusSabinn Near by hung a birdcago whose occupant, with head askew, pceived his owner's meluncholy and forthwith began to sing. Between tho windows stood an old fashioned bureau, whose mirror kopt Miss Sabina informed of nil tho changes in her face, which she prayed Fnthor Time to touch gently, as it might yet bo David "wns at laitnbloto limp out to Lruly Henry Somerset nnd n Qnik-c- r tho iiorclif wherd ho caught Miss Sabina companion from England called sitting under tho vines. Tho nurse was down in tho village; Rex was asleep on one night nt a police station in New tlio doormat. Sabina blushed liko a girl York nnd nsked If they could Inspect of 10 nnd was afraid toslt with tho minislodging rooms, says the Youth's ter for fear n neighbor might cdtno nnd the wns nfraid to got up and Companion. They wished to find out catch her. Sho leavo for fear sho would bo losing nn whether the honest poor could obtain opportunity, nnd a woman nt 40 can't decent shelter in nn American city on afford to bo reckless. David rocked; Sabina rocked. Then n cold winter's night. An officer led them to two underho said, "Pleasant evening, Miss Wilkins." ground rooms. "Yes, vary," sho answered. There they saw two rows ol pine David rocked; Sabina rocked. Than boards littered with bundles of rags. ho said: "Sweet littlo homo for yon hero, Miss Wilkins. Supposo you never get The boards were beds; lite bundles I were degraded lonely, do you?" human beings, wlto It had asked for n night's lodging and "Yes, very," she answered him. announced to him that hero was a tenwould return to the streets in the der, loving woman lobbed by some broThe walls were black and ken law of tho lovo and sympathy te morning. ' '1 he which 6ho was entitled. Modest and atr was foul" The ladies grim ns David was, ho was suddenly turned away with n .shudder, moved to an outburst of admiration that "It is uor.se than anything iu Lonfilled tho very nir nbout Sabina wi''t nnd frngmnco. "Miss don!" they cxclninied. "Can any one music nnd light Sabinn," he said, "I think you'ro the out of work sleep there one night and sweetest womnn I over saw. Why don't ever teg.itn their t elf tcspect?" you got married?" The officer teplicd, "jes It is possiPoor littlo Sabina folt for her salts bot-tlSho had never been attacked that ble " Then he told them a story of a e " way nbout marrying) And sho never New York dreamed that lovo and courtship could "It was a bleak corner ol the water bo condensed or reduced to ono sentence. Recovering after a prolonged front, poor Jo. liked it because it wan quiver of jojous surprise, she camo back a quiet place where he could look at at David facetiously! "Mr. Ware, I the water nnd dienm ol his Ungluh think you nro tho nicest man I over saw. home. Why don't you get married?" One stormy night in tSj-o- when lie "Because) I can't find n woman with had bet 11 in America six mouths, he my linino in her hand, Miss Sabina." "Oh, my) What do you mean, Mr. was on tie verge of drowning himself Ware?" there. "Don't you know, Miss Sabina, some lie hnd been aTntof wotk for a fortphilosophers claim that every palmistry He had woman's hand lias n man's initial in it?' night. That was his home "Do tell!'' gasped Uabiua, with eyes spent his last penny and was hungry. nflaro nnd palms instantly upturned, His only companion was n small wharf whilo blushes chased with burning ho from sheer loneliness he hnd over her cheeks and throat. "Would dog who you mind my looking nt your hand, befriended. The rain wns falling. He Miss Sabina?" David nsked, construing was cold nnd wretched. Life seemed Sabinn ex- more than he could bear. favorably her excitement. tended her baud. David examined it Around his neck there was ribbon closely, looked up into her eyes, then There it is!" with a little gold locket. It had been spelled slowly, Sabina gasped, held her salts bottle to his ..mother's. He kissed it and her noso, having jerked her hand from made one more resolve to live. Then him with a coquettish way that said, "Takoit ngaiu." "You mustn't fly in he went to the police station and tho face of Providence, Sabina. Be- begged for a night's lodging. With ware!" A pun and proposal in one his dog beside him he slept on one of word. Seeing that Sabiua was unspeak- those pine boards which the ladies ably happy, David continued: "Only ns my wife, Sabinn, can I repay your kind- had seen. When he awoke in the A ness. You nnd I nro a pair of scissoi s, morning the locket wns missing. divided and lonely. Como. lot us unite fellow tramp had robbed him and after this 'cut the fabric of lifo todesk of complained at Poor I 1 I I "Toiu-all-alonhot-self- , , "W-a-r-- by those who know their story and deplore their doom. .Mr. Black records that at n review of the British troops in 1864 at daiinio vas watching with interest the maneuvers of the batteries of artillery stationed there. At the concltii.ion he was asked to allow the cscott of his retainers wlto had accompanied hint to go through their drill and tactics to which he Turning to Sir readily consented Rutherford Alcock, wlto was inspe ingthe troops, he proudly 'said: "Mj retinue is small, and their tactics n not worthy of notice alter what w have sten, but there is not one man among them who, if I say die.' u tint unhthitiitingly sacrifice hts lif t my command." Nov. mother. Miss Moilie lluinphn-- v I? Kinderln-fil- t . 1. Ohm Smi h Misses Ita Saturd ami Su(li at Fur tlu- gtu-nol li. :r si tt-'r McCuei. .. II A Kami an wife utu birthday dinner nt S E Ueniin ou the 14th w'.rch iv honor ol his son, ). W. Mcnum Misses Minnie nml Prudie II 1 . SMUmsULJia W g If mAJUMLMr" at ILL'S 0 "iiniMniiii'iciyiuKiroj-inouesiroioriuiiAUUUinrro- REMEMBER ana invito llio most carot ul Investigation s to our responsibility and tho merits of our Tablets. 18. iumm:uiiou. U C. Darnell spent Mat-unl- night and Sunday with liu Tuesday in - i r tit . StoBitnyi. Perfectly barm-l- e cmio no slcknrea, anil linoy bo Riven In a cup of tcaoreotreawlthouttbo know!- "" wm vuuinuiriiy evop emoKinKur cuawing In n low dnvf . liKUMElMESS and MORPHINE HABIT luopnucni, ey mo uso or our SPECIAL rORMULA GOLD CURD TAIlLBTS. nimwro mo ireo mo or J.iqnor or "iiiiiih in nun, uiiMiii'iunnro nlmll until sucb Uinonsthey voluntarily Rlvo tliom up. mm imuipuiut (ii'iGsiimomnia ir(),niia snail , . nv'"', i" Testimonials mniuryrs imm niiy 01 uiexo nnuiu in cominuiilca- Muu .1111 iurB"iiwiiuiinva uuencurcu oy inauiooi our xadlets. from porsortB HILL'S TABLETS nro for ialo by oil fibst-clabi- i ilrujKlitsat C I.OO ner liACkneo. who havo boon If your (IruKKlm Uocn not kitp them, cnclosous I.OO nnnwowiu scnu you, by return mall, a packnuo of our Tabled. ourod by tho use of Wrlto your nnmo nnd mid rem plainly, nnd Btnto whether Tablots aro for Tobacco, Momhlno or . 1 In.tn. Il.l, I 1)0 NOT nn DECniVPD Into rnrchanlng anvof the TnrlouHiinMtruiiiii thnt nrn Initio This Onto Ciuuioau oo.t ifiiiirvu lur tmit'. ark lur JrlXuLl DEAiaSIR: I havo been mlnv vrmr nnd taku no otlinr. curu lur hjuultu mum. niiu luunu it would do what you claim for It. I uied tea cenU Mtuuifiictun.il only by worth of tlio dtronif out clicwlnir tobacco a dar. nnd from ono to flvo clirara; or I would amoks TII1C from ten to forty plpra or tobacco. Havo chewed veara. nnd twotiacknirea nnd amoftxd for twciilv-UvOHIO CHEMICAi CO, of rour T&blcLa curvd nioaci I havntio denim for It. JI.M. JAVLOIID, Lvillo.Utcb. 61,03 a eoDpirtvwck, Donna Ferrt. N. T. Tills Onto fmrvlfril. Co " neVTLKUEM; Somn tlmn nun 1 urnit LIMA, OHIO. for tl.00 worth f vour Tablet forTnhnren llahtt. I rooAlvntf nil riff ht nnti.nl tfininrh 1 wan both nhtvivvamnker and ehewAr. them they did tho work In lima than tbrco dnya. 1 nm cured. PArtTICDLAnS Truly youra, MAT1I&W JOHNSON, P.O. Box tt. PirTPiinnnn. PA. FREE. Tni: Onto CnKMlOAi.Co.i Okittleukn: It given mo nleaauro to apeak a Word of nralan fnrvnur Tableta. My non waa atronftly aoaiciea 10 toe aaa or liquor, nnd through n friend, I was led to try your Tablet, llowaanbeavv and constant drinker, but after uilnff your Tableta but three daya ho quit drinking. nnd will not touch llauor of nnv kind 1 bavo watted four mouth beforo writing you, In order to know uio euro wn permanent. Mlti. HELEN MOItlUSON. OtNriMNiTi. Onto. TnKOnmCniMtCALCo' flitVTt.iriicic!TnnrTahletahaTniwrformndamlninlnlninvraaa. I havo lined moriihlne. hvnodermlenllv. for aercn vcara. and havo been cured bvthnuanof two packages or your Tubleta, nnd without nny effort on my part. W. L, LUTEU AT. .AdrtrcMH nil Oixlorn to Double Chloride of Gold Tablets iEWSZ$KV?t' Mor-phln- p i'""h - 1 "iTOiiitu f Hill's Tablets. TABLETS spent Saturday and Suday visit! friends and relatiyes in Slunk Chnpcl neighborhood. John Faith, of McLean county, n student of Hartford College, was the guest of his friend, C. II. Hilts, not long since. A. C. HIHs and wife returned from Union county, where they spent sonic time visiting fricuAs and datives. They report a pleasant time. L. C. Barnett, Owcnsboro, is the Mrs. guest of his grandmother, Amanda Barnett, of this place. Supt. Rogers visited the Alexander School 011 the Sth iust. Mrs Laura Shown, Hcda, spent one evening this week iu Kinder-hoo1 k. fACNTS IJaMIWLJ.1!, rsMNitniE , mNTEDl THE OM.O CHERHCAL CO., Ol, 03 and OO Sm (?" writing pluo mention thui paper) til Opora Dloclt. LIMA, OHIO. is in imra'ffiTECT A 11 1 Ik ' SKia - 'rW WniiimaNti"!la.tIaii!ijfiS gether."' horn. Sabina's head drooped, Rex barked, nnd tho minister and maiden kissed. Cincinnati Post. Tattooing. the Jo the loss of his only treasure. her fortune Feeling lonelier than ever before in her lifo, she looked about her, sat for some moments in deep meditation and then exclaimed: 1 "Is this nil thcro is iu tho world for me?" Hero was the key to her discontent. Miss Sabinu was right pretty, hadn't a sharp tongue nor long neck nnd was well off. Now, why did sho have to live alone? God's .original plan must certainly have included happiness. Why not? What could Providence pessibly have against her? Sho had never harmed anybody and never talked spitefully of men arem.irka.blo thing iu a single woman of 40. When Mies Sabina contemplated the shrews, UUo redheads, tho feminine scarecrows, that wcro flourishing liko green bay trees with husbands, and with children to sparo, sho just settled it that thero was a hitch somewhere Eomothing out of gear in the world's marriage machinery and it never to her that it is always darkest That tho old world custom of tattooiug heraldic nnd other designs upon tlio arms, back nnd chest of men is coming into fashion hero is shown by the presence in the dally pajiers of advertisements offering to tattoo crests, coats of nrms, monograms, etc., at the client's residenco for tho modernto sum of from $5 to $10. Thero nro a large nnmber of royal and imperial personnges in Europe who nro tattooed, tho Princess Wnldo-ma- r of Denmnrk having an anchor tattooed on her shoulder ns emblematic of her husband's seafaring profession, while several well known Parisiennes have their fair shoulders adorned with flowers-do-luc- o in token of their inou-archi- hr preferences. Grand Dnko Alexis, tho czar's brother, has his entiro right arm tattooed from wrist to shoulder, while the wrist of King Oscar of Sweden is uot freo from decorations of this character. Tlio reigr has his iug Duko of left arm tattooed, as hasalso his nephew, Prince Henry of Prussia, whilo tho Duko of York lias tho union jack and St. Georgo's ensign indelibly marked ou hit forearm. Voguo. He Drew tlio Line. "My answer is final, Mr. Whackster," haughtily replied the young woman. "Tho idea is nbsnrd!" "Haven't you nny uso for me, Misi Gertie?" "None, sirl What liavo you ever seen In mo thnt has led you to supposo I would listen to a proposal of marriogo from yon?" "I don't know," answered the yonng "What have you seen mnn reflectively. in mo that causes you to reject mo so scornfully? 1 think I am uot mistaken in tlio conclusion that you reject me with more or less scorn." "You nro not mihtiikeii, Mr. Whackster, nnd I am perfectly willing that yon should know tho reason. You seem to liavo no worthy ambition, no definite purpose, no object in lifo. You nro a drone in society. You liavo wasted in trivial amusement tlio years that other young men in your station would hav devoted to fitting themselves for a high nnd noblo destiny. You have no con ception of tho joys that reward tho man who consecrates himself to a lofty Meal. You know absolutely nothing of tho pleasuresof tlio thinker.' Content to drift along on the surfneo of things, with no wish or ambition to ontrol tho course of events and leavo your impress on the ago in which you live, you aro a man with whom no high minded, self respecting, intellectual woman could think of linking herself without n shudder!" "Perhaps I nm," rejoined tho young roan, reaching for his hat and confronting her as ho roso to go with n look as proud and haughty ns her own. "Perhaps I nm, Miss Gertio Plunkitt, but don't wear a pink shirt!" Chicago Tribune. 1 ' The Sergent ordered him to be locked out of the station house. The boy's only friend, the wharf dog barked furious, ly. An officer struck the dog with his club and killed it on the staion steps. That was Jo's only night ns a station lodger. In the day that followed he found work nnd made an honest living. Was he still alive? Yes and a police officer with a good record. Perto make haps he was too a good officer. He never spoke angrily to sttcet boys. Nothing could induce him to strike a dog " One detail the officer did not mention. He Had told his own story. Bat the visitors easily guessed it. What they said was this: "So true it is that there is no level of degradation so low that a brave heart can not rise above it, if he will only take courage " d J. Allen Anderson, wile and daughter, Cova, spent Saturday night and Sunday near Buford, the guest of Sam Bell and family. Don't forget that Rev. J. R Me fee will preach at Alexander ou the 4U1 Sunday iu this month at 3 p. in. Let everybody come and hear the young preacher, as he is a noble young man nnd well deserves the presence of all the good people to lis"SaWB-ILI- L ten to the sermon which he will preach on that occasion. Wo are manufacturers of Bugfjies, Carts Surries and Garrhgos, and deal directly with Prof. Wm. Foster failed to lecture th 3 consumer, thus saving him tho per cent, usually paid to miildle men. Our prices are reasat Alexander Friday night, 011 account Respectfully, onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. of inclement weather. Misses Ora Barnett and Ollia Lashbrook spent one day last week in this vicinity. Owombnro, Ky. Wesley Stevens and sister, Miss Hniiua, spent Saturday and Sunday A. S. M. at Bell's Run. -- T"aaaaaaWaL- HH - PriKEHaB'iy lr5fl'aaaaaMaaHBl i rR 'gaaaaaTJaaaaaaaaaaaT SSamaaalllHL 1. ?' V. H!T22ioi LHla F. A. AMES & CO. Building Material. An)T one needing ncr.1 fcIUAhnn. Jn A Unprecedented Offer! 4 GUI AT VAI.UB FOR LIITLK MOXEV.' WEEKLY NEWS OFTHE '.."' on I)- a lioy The above charming booklet sent by mail for One Dollar. to i2t O Wright, Richardsville, Ky. fr - building material of any kind, such as lumber, cci!ing,iloor- ing, windows, sash. doors, lime, cement, or builders hardware would do well to call on or write to i nn&Wisilo 1ICTWKI.N mmmMwk and WITH "WORM) Vok ATHIFLE. before day. As Miss Sabina sat muslug on lifo and its inequalities sho heard tho sharp whistle of a train which passed right in front of her house. Something must have happened. Tho whistle did not usually sound so far from the station. Looking out, Mies Sabina saw the train at a standstill, men running back on the track and passengers looking excitedly from tho car windows. Seizing her sho dashed down tho yard to find out what had happened. Four men wero approaching, bearing gently a gentleman who had been hurt. Attempting to walk from ono car to another, ho had mndo n misstop, lost his balauco and fallen. The result was u badly muti-lato- d foot. Miss S.ibiim's house being tho nearest one in sight, ho was taken to it, a surgeon summoned from town and tho train moved qa. Amputation was at once pronounced neccbsry, and David Ware would not preach tho no.xt Sunday in tho city to which ho had accoptcd a call, Ho lay moaning ou n cot in Miss Sabina's neat littlo parlor. Sho never had anything to touch her feelings quite so much in hor life ns his sufferings and his big brown eyes, which she canght sight of now and then throuKh tho door. David Waro's foot was taken off, and n trained uttrso employed to nttend him. Miss Sabina had nothing to do in tho chbo but to furnish fresh flowers nnd dainty edibles to David. Sho WA3 lelievcd of much embarrassment when she heard that it was r minister under her roof. Peoplo wouldn't bo so apt to joke nbout n man being iu n house that never had such a sun-bonn- If you can afford to be annoyed headache and constipation, don't use Dc Witt's Little Early Risers for L. B. Bean. they will cure them. by-sic- W8mL KEMPHIS. n PJew York Weokly Tribun'6, twcpty-fotir p.tu jnurhal, It h U tlio lo.nlinj; Republican family papcr'in rnulini; matter for every tlm United Slatis. 11 filled with nilereetit.g It U a LOUSYILl member of country lumily. ,ivi:iniiiu:. Mrs. Jeff Nuckles has returned from Louisville. Mrs. Dyer and Mrs. Bultcrfield have returned to Uvansville. Mrs II. C. Hackett went to Owens boro recently. Mr. and Mrs. G. S Hicks went to Owcnsboro Wednesday. Quite a party went nutting a few days ago. While loading a rifle Saturday, Will Hockett shot himself through the arm. The wound is not dangerous. Miss Ona Hackett went to Calhoun Saturday night to visit Mrs. R. Y. Thomas. Miss OmaMalone, of Maxwell, was Roxy. in the city Saturday. 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, bruises, skin affection L. B. Bkan, and piles. A gives nil tlio general nuwa of tbo United States aud tho world. Caky Sr O wensboro, Ky. B0ST IX QIMIT1TT. Marble, PL'LLPilAK BUFFET Slcepinq ntOM AND TO . I. OIUS V I I.l.l-.- 111111 I'll IS, Vlt'K Cars' events of foreign lands in NATIONAL FAMILY PAPER, nnd It gives the a uuudiell. Iu AGRICULTURAL department Ii MARKET hit I'll iiato.n it)n:,Mini m:m oui.ii.t.vr, 'JrinpliN. has no superior in llio country. nutliority iu nil ptrtH of the land REPORTS are recognized fur It Ins pep-xrat- department THE AND The Guiek and Desirable Route Nt-- FAMILY CIRCLE and OUR YOUNO SOCIETY coin 111 FOLKS. Its HOME FOR 20 YEARS Has lod all Worm Remedies. Trrptrrl ty V EM1EME EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. SOLES EVEUYWHEKK. f.lClUUCSOU ft U m w r GP.Ei' i Bft 'JO AMI KOM York I'll luOi'lpliln liiiltlmuru U'H'hlnKt"!) Norfolk llti I'olnt t'oinlnrt liiol,ni.mil I'tiirulu '1 .lc n ChirnK" mllHiiiiiolia CiiK-itiriH- in coiniiiiiud the ndmirntinn of wives and daughters. Id general po'itical nev., editorial and diciHMoas aro comprehensive, brilliant l.oiiii-vill- WHITE'S tiatcrn and Northnaptorn Points Mini nnd exhaustive. A fpruinl contract enables us to oiler this pplondid jourua ' and THE REPUIJLICAN Muniiiii Vickthurg Union Koiik N'pw ()rlciin Mulnle l.lttlo lioclv Hot N't-nig- hihI iuinl9 in Wuft Tonnci-0- 0 Tuxuk Arknra8 llisuusippl l.ouisiHim nnd tLo .South and MIUTUWJCST. For Tho regular 323.1;s7" $1.25 per year. Subscrip- CASH IN ADVANCE. u.j&cr.(tiuu price ot the lvo papcrd is $2.25. Address all ordora to V ' - MCI.U1M W BT. MCI5. Tin' lire it thoroughly equipped and in llri-diicondition, nnd provide nn oxcol-len- t urrnnirenuiiit in tlmn mid thrmii;!, ;:ire la the tlmo and convi'iiiunuo iccurcd by tho (.united ExprtHi Trnir.8. Only a nioiit's uidk between JouUvllle nnd Meiiiitil, Hr.d tho best nnd quickest norvlcu between tlie two citiomvar olleroil. Ticketii.Time-TAblpa and nil dclreilinrornu. A tion may begin at any time. kkaiuue Solentiflo American Agency 'VVI I J A UTFOKD U E V U li LLC AN, Hartford, Kcutucky. it to Geo. Oft tion secured ,j;oii( lit by Rppblng Ilcn-- r Juprlirio CIhiiiiiiiii Yft Ituni.or to J, ll.Tlrlicmir thing before As David, iu his pniu, eaw tho littlo woman moving throujh tho hall and heard her giving orders for his comfort, ho thought of the cloud with silvor lining nbout which lie had so often preached. A tcnhstic vision was passing before him. The third day that ko lay in tho littlo parlor, thonurso left him while ho was sleeping and engaged Miss Sabina in conversation on tho porch. It was now sho learned that David was nu unmarried man. After tlmt tho flowers wero arranged with gi eater care, tho chicken was broiled more daintily, and tho biscuit took on n more delicato brown. Woman's wiles often hido under just nuch covers, David, when ho was not oleeping, spent most of his timo watching tho door. Babinn, when sho wns not cookin? or making bouquets, spent most of her tliuo gliding stealthily by tho door, for of oourso sho was too modest mid proper to enter it except occasionally with ncighUora who called upon the unfor-tuuat- o Why Ho Thought So. Banker Do you know if Clutcher Is quick in handling money? "I think so. He's bet 11 twice In Can udn, I know." Chicago Inter Qcuan. At the Matrimonial (Idler. Agent Now, pleaso state what conditions you requlro on tho part of the lady. Suitor A pleasant exterior, 20,000 marks dowry, domestic training and 0 size gloves. Agent May I nsk why you fix upon tho last named condition? Suitor Well, you seo, n fow years ago I won six pairs of ladies' gloves, CJ sizo, in an exhibition lottery, and you can't expect mo to throw them a way. Selfcn-blase- minister. Mr3. Tnbitha Topp, n. neighbor and a great beliover in tho law of compensation, inado Sabina blush herself nearly to death by saj ' lg: "Well, Sabiua, tho Lord took"tho minister's foot, but he'll bofluro togivo him something in place of it. You'vo been good enough to let him liavo tho littlo parlor you don't oven open for most folks, and maybo you'll get your pay in somo maimer you'ro not expecting." Sabina pretended not to bo thinking about pay, but sho was already thinking nbout possibilities. Well, there's no situation in lifo but changes sooner or later. David Ware, minister, could .not Ho forover in that littlo parlor being waited on, and Subina Wilkins could not go on forever broiling chickens ittrl arranging sweet flowers Ills Text. A Texas clergyman, about to be appointed chaplain of tho penitentiary, preached a farowell sermon to his congregation, which had treated him rathor badly. Ho created a sensation by selecting tho following text, "I go to preparo n pIhco for you, so that where 1 nm ye may bo ulso." Toxas Sifting?. A Distinction. "Would you like to read tho nowspa-per?- " "No, thank you. I haven't my glnsses, mid I cannot seo without them." "Heavens, Hint's strangol Tho ruoro glasses I use tho less I can seo." Schalk. Wheru Ho I'ound Out. "He who can conceal Ills joys Is greater than ho who can hide his griefs," said Lavater. This is tho only ground we liavo for thinking Lavater may have been a great poker player In his time Soiner-vill- o Journal. No crusader of the West, no North, clicerislied a higher ideal of loyalty and chivalry than the clansmen of old Japan; no Corst-camore ruthlessly handed down a fued from generation to generation, or exacted from son and brother the exThe ecution of a sterner vandetta. triumph Satsuina men of in the lact that their own swords have avenged iu their own generation the defeat inflicted ou their forefathers in the year 1600 by the Tokugawa clan, says the Ninteenth Century. legend and drama recount every day to eager years the stories of sons who died toavenge their father's clansman that they might slay thefoeiuan who had caused the death of their lord. Their favorite heroes, who hold in popular estimation the places assigned by us by Robin Hood and his ronins, a men, are the forty-sevename given to men who have lost their clanship. Their lord was obligor judical suied to commit cide, for having within royal precincts drawn his sword on n noble who had insulted him, and these staunch vassals devoted themselves to the destruction of the insulter, knowing assuredly that, having slain him, they would be equally condemned to take their own lives. Still may be seen fresh incense sticks burning before the graves of their leader and his young son and visiting cards stuck into the little tablets above them, tokens of respect in which they arehcld n to-da- y n K Jm T.B.Ltsci. OAVCATS. TRADE MARKS. DESIGN PATENTS hfi fas.A?lLc.imllc, -H Kv COPYRIGHTS. otcJ freo Handbook nt to lot Information and uuujiiiwAT, nzw yokit. Aiuim a. uj ui OldeBt bureau for tccurtnjr patents In Amaiica. 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