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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1893 hao1893120101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1893 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. . 'i tii - r . If mf ifcwntlf E' Miwny"11"'" T?r ifi l 'i' m'fr'"'-- " I The Republican and the Cosmopolitan, a leading magazine, for only $2.00. JO, S, ROBERS, Republican. OFFICIAL The Republican andx Courior-Journ- nl both one year for on-ly $1.75. TERMS Fubliiher. OKMI OF TOE PART? IN TEE FOURTH CONCESSIONAL DISTRICT, $1.25 fir Annua, Is Limn, VOL. VI. i HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1893. ,. NO. 18. weeks later tho engagement of the couple was announced, and nowcomes the intelligence of their nuptials. The essential details of this story are all awry with the established laws of well ordered romance. It was perfectly legitimate that the young man should "happen along." Such things always occur by chance. But is all out of character that he should "happen along" after the heroine of the piece had been prosaically "fished out" and "fished out" perchance by strange and uncouth hands, aided mayhap, by a scoopnet or a plank. The young man does not appear even to have got wet, unless at second hand on the way to the luckless maid's home. This, of course, is easily conceivable. It is manifest, however, that it was the business of the young man to be on deck or on dock himself. It is not customary to allow salvage except to those who earn it. It Is said parenthetically In behalf of the youlig man, that he afterwrrd 'ran to her assistance." The railtoad train, however, have put In a kindred claim. But what- - sort of a chance Would the conductor have had with the fair in such a case? Manifestly that young man's bliss was not earned by any exertion on his part. He seems to have won his bride by the pure good luck that sometimes cut up queer capers in this world of ours, llltOWMNG, The news of thelateelcction throughout the United States has run my patriotism up to the top guage, so I must blow off or bust. It is the old talking to that old demagogue, Hoke Smith, and it is thesoup-housearm- y of the unemployed talking to Gtover and his henchmen. The Democrats have been weighed in, the balance and they failed to pull down. Pass the word along the ' . .... t c, ..l.. me mm it. rascaisoui ine voice u. uk itcujmc uii me iu mat. says get. j rcauyioryour oaji Kiver excursion The people voted for a change last November, but' instead of getting pie they got skunk and soup and they are already tired of their new diet. What can we do? How are we going to help ourselves? We have got three years and three months of Democratic misrule trials and tribulations to endure, then the end cora-et- ,y fr$ e- - ri GoiTaZ -- oV jRETTE scar That a certain girl begins letters to That Miss A. R. says the World's her fellow with1 'My beloved darling?" Fair was a big thing? That a certain boy says that Katie That Bud Morton is the only dude is as sweet as she can be Inez, too? in Sulphur Springs? OEANriELD. Why Lale Wcllcr don't part his That Pete Wagner is our wit? hair in the middle? That G. W. Kelley is a ladies man? That the social at Pitzhugh Renfrew's was a success? That our old maids do not want to That Mlttie Sanderfur likes to go to singings when they have them at a Barnes'? That Claude Lyons is thanking the wrong person for putting his name in this column? Th.".t you can have a hearty laugh PROFESSIONAL OARD. Jn. LAWYERS, HARTFORD, KY. (Office, oyer Anderaon'a Baaaar.) ft. Jlcnn. J. N.R. U'rititlnr. GLENN & WEDDING, at ll Muir) son-in-la- im- ESJNQTMEMAttE 'orpurc CLAIRETTE 'FOR IT WAS STOOD THB TEST. f TAInBAJIIVO 15 77IE BEST. OtmClOTfES SHELL 5WBET,0WllNN5KTNli THIS & 'FAIL ..TO $0W "OuiCmt5V TIM ftfllft A A V AbWj . 7WE HOUSE (S CLEAN AND filNCHT SOAP WD WONMR RlBMNKi CLAIRETTE CjaiRBANK t?" , FILLS HOVHflflDS WiTH DELIGHT, CO ST. LOUIS. &SNkj JfreA MetioAi enj dlfUJMM fcaT. M. r rood am u.e win. The kM been Dr. Tamer'. Qoldea XlUft. A It curt to DO YOU KNOW Our friends not only In Hnrt lord but elsewhere arc requested to make contributions to this column. Give your name each time ns n proof of good faith. We should like to have "Do You Knows" from all the neighboring towns. Send in by Wednesday. i When writing for this column you must observe the following rules: I Write only on one side of the paper. Write plain, making all names as plain as possible Make your items short and to the point. Sign your name plain no article will be published without it is accompanied with the writer's name. J . I ourr4 aaonr efe. lubj.it aW wwm Bltaj vajaeeuaa n T.ltna Relief and am fully restored. If people tould only know thla remedy aa I know It, what aartaf of life there weulbe." Wrluier. She knows of other .trailer ca.ee. Taken In ( drop doaee, en a lump of aucar, once In two hoar. It nerer dUappolnU. Contain, no narcotic, or mrc.aal potaena. flat, and certain. On. ubl.ipoonfal doe. cure La Grippe. If eatltfaetlon not rrraa, Barney refunded. Take home a bottle) l4ew. St, Rochoeter.N.Y., write., "Nearly all ay relatlres hare died of eonanmaUen. I waa cater the barof the eame dreed dlaeaa.. Had th waatlBfor flethandthe "hull. Bueh. I flail-ly B eaye tfc. 1UI h loaf. an It'i from a core" to a "pulmonary oBttuaa-Uea,- " It'i trlfllnc with "human affliction." 0 (otuttonl It eure. only IrrrLiaritartow. hu the Thafa but ONE. lu rot many nemee. Ann U'.Dft. A conaomptlon la another. Uany between, men ai neuralgia, toothache, bona, raeumetlam, diarrhoea, dyarntery, flax, ete.,et. Cnr. tha Inflammation, In any of thtia, and raw dleeea. la gonal rault'i with th Treat It fairly, air It thane. The Doefore don't core eooitnnptlea, Thla la die "laat ebanaa." Try It Read the) lOllOW lB(I re. h. 0. Smith, No. North Waihtaftoa h. . .k t aiDMI a lon war dla.BC.B, That John Renfrow goes to Horse Branch every Sunday? That the writer is the happiest girl in Sulphur Springs? Thnt it is funuv to see Romney Renfrow try to look pretty? That C. L. Armendt wants to love somebody but don't know who? That the people of SnlphurSprings say "long live Tun RspunuCAN?" That the girls beat the boys spelling at the spelling match recently? That the girls say: "John Foreman is a good fellow, but oh, so ugly?" That Cook Bean has a sneaking idea ot trying to wait on some girl? That Jim Martin says he thinks it is fiinny to have his name iu this paper? That Miss D. B. wili be tickled when she sees her name in this column? That it only costs Cullie Acton twenty.flvc cents to get his name in this column? That Bird Wallace says he don't know whether to marry while he is young or not? . That Byron Renfrow would pull every tooth out of your mouth if he could get a chance? That Alex Hines says his girl told him that a certain lady told her that Ed Moore said "he was gitting up a case?" NCI.ECT. marry? That Emma chewer? K. is the boss gum wax , That Tom Staples' mouth is always open? That BobColycrs' suspenders are too ; short? That Chris Green is not quite fifteen . feet tall? That James Snydtr is preparing to marry? That Eva P. likes Henderson county people? t That Jeff Parsons' burnsides are very attractive? That Jo. E. alwayswantstokissthe ladies good-bye- ? That Sam Roberts is the ugliest man in Ohio county? That Robert Ragland can never find his girl at home? itate the "bear man?" a That James "Weir has a budding? And we think he will be in full blossom by spring. That it is amusing to sec Randolph Wedding standing before the mirror Sunday mornings, primping? That Morton Tatum is still very low with pneumonia, but Claude is better, and Gila is thought to be taking it? "Uncle Fount" has a very hard time, it seems. That Thomas Tntum is looking sad the reasons arc that winter has set in and it will be a long time before spring, when the Martins come ngnin. Cheer up poor Tom, itSvou't be long until Christmas, then I hope you will sec a pleasant time. m - Will practice their profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining coun ties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given to criminal practice and collections. pur E.D. DUFFY. Gr-cuff- Tames .A.. Smith.. p law HARTFORD, KY. Will practice bis profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Offico east Bido of public square. g H.D.RINQO y attorneys ggt 6s rRing-o- , gaw, CLEAR RUN- - That Ed J. was caught kissing a girl by moonlight? That John Swopc says his girl wears the Grccion Bender? That Ida Simpson wants a beau who does not ride a mule? That Nettie B. is the Secretary of the Aetnaville Literary Society? That Ed Fuqua has been to see his girl every night for three weeks? That Wm. Miller got frost bit hanging on Mr. Thornting's gate? That Ab Morrison beats Sam Roberts in the luxuries of a bachelor's hall? That Cap Gabbert gets angry at himself and chews his own lips for satisfaction? That Marion Haynes says he intends to hive a housekeeper before the winter is over? That June Harrison looks like a knot on the side ot a tree when he is With his best girl? That George Burks has had nothing, to eat for three weeks on the account of his bird dog being crippled? befan the uee of Dr. r.na.r'a Ooldea "Tunokuiioou,, , That Hrnest Ellis is a great trader? That A. K. W. has started to school? What J. W. B. has quit coming to Kluderhook? Why A. M. n. didn't go to see his girl last Sunday week? That two young men got left one Sunday eve not long since? That Miss Ida Smith is proud of her school since the Superintendent's visit? That the Alexander School has the farthest advanced pupils of any sckool iu the county. That some people have said they would like to know tie writer of this column? That Supt. Rogers enjoyed the game of ball he had the day he visited Alexander School? T(?e Quarterly roister k. of Sin;!. Cooln, . goe IV r Tear, . .io floaad Telenet, ,00 hi h.k M,I w. .. ., ...I K.J.,.,Mdtill.- uioTcny - mwh .In, ,n, tutor mtum ,k nCuMtn ". K. V. ICIIUftMAN. CotmU Vtlttntij, IAc ! .iTirtMvi? 'MS' !."". MlllUailllill.rtJi(a t. pmui v . Uo r.l-- il Cuhhiht Hiitohv, tCTROIT, atlCM u. a. A. To Know IT AL- LIs easy enough if you only We solve the know how. problem in tho I a wedding soon? That Spunk Dennis is a lady's mac? That J. Wi Kahn is a goose buyer? That Bob ilerrcll wears a candy That we will have cnonnML. LouiSTille Commercial. -- V hat? That pipe? A. K. Leach smokes his own The brightest and newsiest paper in Kentucky. Send your address on a postal card. You cau hnvo a eamplo copy For The ASKING. ONE DOLLAR EVERY HOUR '.. la eaatly earned by an one of either lex In any work IndUi. fart ef the eoontry, who la wllllne to we furntih. at th.'.raplojrmtnt which 1 he labor la lift), and pltaiant, and you run no rlik wliat.t.r. We at you out eomnlete, ea that yea can fire the builoeti a trial without eipen.e to jreineir. For thote willing to do a little work, tlilt la the fraudeat offer miidc. You can work all day, or la the ereulnf only. If you are em.' l, ployed, and hate a few .pare hour, at your i That C I,. Taylor has a good livery stable? That Gcrge Bannon is a professional wax chewer? That J. W. Tilford is getting handsomer every day? That J, X. Taylor is too lazy to smoke a cigar? That Thomas Cooper's girl has gone back on him? That John Hodge attended church Sunday night? That J, C. Gentry went to see his best gitl Sunday eve? That Cromwell is the best business point in Ohio county? That our girls are so pretty they won't notice the boys? That Calvin Borah's mouth is the ? same size of a 12 inch flap-jack- nllllae them, and add to your Income, our .bailneia will not Intrrfrre at all. Yon will beameied on the Hart at tlir rapidity and eaae by which you amaae dollar upoiidollar.daylnand Uy out. Eren btflnncri are tuccrulul from the Brat hour. Any one can ruu the builuru aonc fail. You ahould try nothing etir until you ire for youraclf what you can do at the builneea which we ofTer. No capital rliked. Women are fraud worker.; nowadaya they make aa moon aa mea. They ahould try till, builneii, aa It Ii ao well adapted to them, write at once and are for yourecU; Addr.ll II. HALLETT CO., UoaSSO, l'ortlmnil, Me. rORUHVII.I.E. Tliat Mrs. Alice Jones is improving? That Miss Abbie S. is getting very pretty? Thnt our school is progressing nicely? That two young men got left last Sunday night? That everybody should take Tub RRPODLfCAN? iV 'I '.''3 nnV aKH eaV V bbm Bbb BBVawJi C.MiLuulTnfa.MrlreohtaInad.lidabPaa. ent buaineaa conducted for Mooinatc Oval ornec la Oppoarrc.U. a. patsnt Oryiec and we can accure patent In lea time thanthoae; leatet. from Waahlntlon. Sand modal, drawing or photo., with deacrlp-tlo- a. Wo adrlae. If patentable or not, (re. o charge. Our Ice not due till paUnt la aecured. APian iirr, "!lw Obtain Patent," with coet .1 eame In the U. S. and foreign countriee Bant free. Addreea. rti. C.A.SNOW&CO. t Off. PATINTOrnCt, WAiHIHOTON, D. C. That Prof. Jarboe goes across the street very often? That Allie Coppage would like to talk to every girl in town? - That Dr. Alva Jones calls very often to see well, to see a patient? That John Smith likes the Rose Better than any other flower? TKat Henry Walker thinks he is the best looking boy In town? ' That Mr. Fate would be real handsome it he could walk like Mr-- Jarboe? Vj TABLER'SpH That Worth Smith says he can't keep his mind from wondering up railroad to the little house on the hill? HVI.PHUR BPRUfUS. That Willie Cole is bashful? JINTMENT CURES NOTHIHO BUT PILES. I ' B B ond' CERTAIN OUt known foriayarfl astho DJV REMEDY FOR PILL trtr"H y iroiio hcdicuk rn., i.'i... ) W i mi. A UHE called'old?. ' That Tom Duff didn't like to be ' called ugly? That Byron Bean Is trying. to give , his photos away? That Robert Hagerman Snows' how That Adolphus Johnston is' all " ' '" to help the girls across the branch? miles thlsVeek?'" " That Charlie Baker is just lovely? That'WiliTe Baker don't like to be is our druggist? That Warren Shields is the prettiest boy in the Crotuwell District? That W. A. Miller continues to carry a lamp from Oak Grove every Friday night? That J. E. Miller and sister are teaching the Baizctown school and are having a successful term? That there are more people attend the Oak Grove Literary Society than any other society in the county? IIOKTUX. That G. W. Mothershead, of this That taffy has taken a rise? place, boards at home and teaches the That Rena Miller says she loves a Daugherty School, 3 miles in the boy? country? That I. E. McClure says he Hke3 LEITCll FIELD. That Henry Waltrip is a mighty lasses? That Birch Monroe likes to go to brag? That Willie Waltrip is somewhat Mill(ers?) That Clyde Taylor likes to play better? base ball? That Meek Roberts and wife were That Lizzie Hunt wants her house in town this week? very thankful to the painted black? That we are That the Lyons are roaring over Horton writer? That Ed Bassett and wife were in our last letter? That Edna Faught says she loves town recently? That Mrs. May Hugh's was in pretty boys? That Etta McClure says she is a town Monday week? Republican? That you must let the Caneyville That John Daniels' girl has not correspondent alone? went to gone back on him? That C. W. Morrison That James patton is still going In Louisville a few days ago. That J, C. Adlen thinks .he is prin- a certain direction? That Len Sanderfur says he is not ciple in the Railroad Company? That Miss Carrie Crawford, of near afraid of a Leach? That Charley Guilds is a good grape Millwood, was in town Monday? hunter, so says Cora? Jones That Representative-elec- t v That razors are in active demand to buys beef steak by the wholesale? Layman had some- make soup for Charlie?. That Talbert That Willie Davis didn't go to see thing quite interesting to talk about his girl last Sunday? on the corner? d That Mev Liles says he got CO.NCeBD. vhe other Sunday? That Alva has a gold ring? That Uncle Joh,n Oldham .is very That Al Gray has pretty teeth? low with crysipelai? That Mr. Ward is a good teacher? That Addie Thompson ' is looking That Willie Martin has block eyes? over the old hills for clay? That John Dodsoa looks like a rose? , That Mary Wedding says she is That the old folks likea certain boy? going to be an old maid? That Logan w'ent calling Sunday? Why some of the girls doa't jet That Katie and Inez nre looking struck on Henry Martin? sad? That we have a Mary Wedding at That Inez has put up a Martin Horton every day? box? That Ella McClure is looking very That Katie thinks blue eyes are badly Ben has left? lovely! Why Randolph Wedding was lookThotAl still goes to the' Block ing so sweet Saturday jiight , Hills? That it takes something larger than That Osa says she is going to have a cap to catch L. N. Sanderfur? visions? That the old man has a way of tell-- a ? That Katie and Inez are still good certain boy that it is friends? Mr, Galley says, "my best That That John Allen was at' school friend'ls gone, all but you George? Monday? That a certain young lady says that That we are going to have a' wed- E, D. Tatum is very good looking? ding soon? That Claude Lyons and Randolph That Lonnie and Annie are getting Wedding wants to go grape hunting? up' a case? That Monroe Lee is still seeking a That a certain boy saytr he is not way to make a certain call? struck on C That all of our girls hasta"look up That we will have a spelling at to Snooks?"- Concord soon? That Henry Taylor says he will be That Logan and Alva still go to glad, when Croquet seaon ' comes ag aln? Teakettle Hollow? Is talking of turning Tfhat Alva That a certain girl says she is sorhis moustache out? ry that Llge Plummephas quit haulThat this is the best column la the ing? good old RbpOducan? That TiirJ Rkpubixan has become a That a certain girl says she wishes "favorite" at this place? '"So mote It the 1st Sunday would come? always be." That Len Sanderfur was in the That the Lyons went out Saturday neighborhood not long since? night seeking whom they might-- go That Myrtle A, and Claseme P. home with? , were In the; nelghbot hood Sunday? 1 young ladies some one of our That Joseph Mothcrshead Health is good at the prcsent'time. Wc have had some very fine weather for work and some of the farmers are done gathering corn, and some have sold their tobacco, which is to be delivered at Owensboro. They report good prices. We regret to learn that L. R. Bails and family are going west. We regret to lose them but wish them much happiness in their new home. Samuel Troglin has rented a farm near Pleasant Ridge and will move there in the near future. Wm. Cain and family, of Missouri, are visiting friends and relatives In this vicinity. T. J. Funk and Charley Wimsatt are getting out a fine lot of saw logs. They are cutting them off of the land of A. E. Kirk. Born, tothewifeofThos.Newcorab, on the 20th inst., an eight pound boy. Our school, under the management of Prof. J. C. Hoover, is progressing nicely. Miss Emma Park, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. J. L. Elmore, has returned home. I will in the future tell the readers of your paper how to measure cattle so the live stock weight can be ascertained without weighing them. W. H. P. Rnlldlna; Mnterinl. Any one needing building material of any kind, such as lumber, ceiling, flooring, windows, sash, doors, lime, cement, or builders hardware, would do well to call on or write to Cary & Marble, Owensboro, Ky. The Toledo Wvcky Blade. In answer to a general demand from all parts of the United States, the Toledo Blade has published in one volume, cloth bound, all of"Nasby's Letters" ever written by the lateD.L. Locke, omitting perhaps a few unimportant letters on local or forgotton topics. Only a few of ..these letters were ever published in book form. Every body has read some of them, but who has read them all? The book contains five hundred large pages, and all the Nasby Letters witten duyears, also a portrait ring twenty-fiv- e of L. D, Locke from his last photograph. It would sell at one dollar or more, but will never be placed on sale. One hundred thousand copies are now being printed and bound, and one copy will be sent post paid by mail free to every person who this winter remits one dollar for the Weekly Blade one year. Everybody invited to send for a specimen copy of the Weekly Blade, which will give full description of the book, "The Nasby . Heixtford. acenrucley. Will practice mall courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, Superior Court and Court of Appeals. Collections and all legal business attended to. Office 329 E. Market St. R. R. WEDDING, Attorney at Law, Beaver Dam, Ky. Will practice bis profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in all the Courts ot Ohio and adioiniu pea's. Special attention given to collections. Office, in County Attor- ney s oince, in tjourt House. ZX Lawyer 3Urt . M7LTlSAVflIIJ. fi. 1 Perry Westerfield, Attorney at Law. Beaver Dam, Ky. h. ii- - a wmm Tay-lore- Letters." , bed-time- Grade of Rlcketts School District, ephenaport ........ 1023 a. m. (31 p. at. No. 8: Jimmie Daniel 99, Clayton Blub John. ... 10:44 a.m. t:4t p. at. Clorerport Wallace 99, Willie Boswell 99, Hewwtllle..............., 11:11 a. hi. 10:19 p. at. 11:33 a.m. 10:34 p.m. Iwlaport........-.- .. Lee 98, Ira Travis 98, Willie Coughing leads to Consumption: Owenaboro ....... 12: IS p. m. 11:11 p. to. Daniel 99, Nola Richardson 100, Kemp's Balsam stops the cough at 1:04 p. ra. 11.63 p. m. Spottarille . 133 p. 1). 12:80 a. m. Thornten Patton 95, , Johnnie Sharp once. Ar. Hendereon..... No. S3, No. 14, 100, Coleman Tatum 99, Reuben EAST BOUND. Dally. Daily Howard 99, Bessie Richardson 99, 7:13 a. m. I; 13p. ne, ... Lt. He nJeron-.- .. Morton Tatum 99, Lonnie Howard ....... 7:37 a. m. 337 p. aa. 8pottaviUe.... Owena'.iore. 3.27 a.m. 4:23p.m. 99, Herbert Patton 99, Maggie Dant.oo , m. t.N p. m Lewlport.........,..- -. iels 99, Freddie Patton 99, Ed Black tJS'a, m. t JO p. at Haweerllle... 98, Isaac Travis 99, Verda Raddish -. ... ... 10:01 a. m. 3:37 p. m. Clorerport Btepheneporl..... . ...... 10:23 a. m. 3:10 p. n. 98, Pearl Deniel 100, Nellie Austin any.. 11:02 a. m. 7:03 p. ta, Irtlugton...... 98, John Daniel 98. Clarence Rich11:29 a. m. 7:31 p. m. , Brandenburg ............... 12.03 p. m. 1.03 p. ra, ardson 99, Charlie Lee 99, Mollle Weet rolnt........... ceiling,floor-ing1:00 p, m. Ar. LoularUle .. p. ra. Tatum 99, Sara Sharp 99, Mary Pat, ton 100, Prudie May 99, Nannie StevTaalna No. 31 and No. 62 make connection a Irrington (Sunday excepted) with tralna on Loulaens 99, Leona Gaddis 99, Ed Austin Weatern It. H., eaat anal rUle, Harilnibur Lena Austin 99, Zelmer Daniel 99, weat bound. For further Information, addreea II. O, MORDUE, Oen. Fa'rlg't. 99, Roy Daniel 100, Sara May 99, LoularUle, Ky. Henry Travis 98, Bertha Tatum 99, JosieTravis 99,'Mlnnie Richardson 100, Belle Patton 100, Josie Black 100. WHEN YOU GO TO OWENSBORO Report for month ending Nov. 17, Sr GALLON- 1893, Average attendance L. T. Barnard, Teacher. ...-.El-wo- The Democrats got into power by lying and a general misrepresentation of facts. They lied about the Force Bill and they misrepresented the McKinley Bill. Now they are dodg ing the McKinley Bill and are lying obout the Sherman Silver Bill. They are trying to lay the present hard times to the silver purchasing clause of the socalled Sherman act, when OFFICE OVER RED FRONT the plain truth is, the threat of repealing the present tarifT laws has Is prepared to d? all kinds of caused nearly all of the manufacturDental work at reasonable prices. ing establishments to shut down, turning out tens of thousands of working people, filling the country full of distress and want. The poor working man sees it now when it is too late. He has already voted him& self out of a job, yet there are a few old moss-back- s who are still hanging on to the willows, howling "Force Bill and niggef equality." Just take Loaihg Photographer. the prejudice and ignorance out of the Southern BouVboa Democracy and Picinrei Id Ertif Stjli and Silt, there is nothing left. -Old Pictures Copied and Enlarged I do sincerely hope the people" will A SPECIALTY. have a chance to learn something of 108J Main S(reet, the workings and the disadvantages 0 WENSBORO, KT of the free trade tarifl. It seems that 37m6 willing to take the they are not LOUMVIXLE,HT.I.OOIM past history of the country for it. TEX.:K.R It will be a sad lesson, indeed, for Lotiirillt, St, L:iii & tin lilnj , this people tohavetoundergo a period of free trade like that of 1833 to 1844. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV.1, INI. No, S3, No.61, who read nothThe old moss-back- s WESTBOUND. Dally. Dally. and voted ing but the Courier-Journ7:15 a. m. Ly. Loulaillle ......... ,.un :ta p. m, for free trade should begin to read up. 1:11 a.m. TMf.m. .. Weat Point country un-dBrandenburg..- .- ...... ;17a. m. 8:07 p. m. Study the history of your Irrlngton .... .. M. a. m. 1 37 p. aa, Democratic rule from away back. DENTIST.; O A2L.1L. 03NT ftel ieik C5! Tie J' al .... iA er m ft lr A '! Building Material. Any one needing building material of kind, such as lumber, .. ..., t-- windows, sash, doors, lime, cement, or builders hardware would do well to call on or write to m jj - .. "1 38. Cary O wensboro, Ky. lUTHQCiUTT. Marble, . That t ! -- lV .. ' . - may expect a call soon, as somebody A has' a new suit? , Romance fud Wedlock. n. y. press. Incongruities mark the romance sent out this week from a hamlet on Long Island. Last summer, so runs ly the tale, a pretty young woman steamboat dock, and fell off a alter considerable difficulty was "fished out," as a local chronlclergraphlc-all- y expressed it. As she rushed with bedraggled skirts and hat feathers for a railroad train, "a young man happened along," who "ran to her assistance," took her home and was A few introduced to the family." acci-dent- C. 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Mr. I.uni Williams nnd wife are favorite with the ladies but he says Will Cnrcltou, the next lecturer, From constantly tolling, tho ,tory of rUDLlHUKU EVERY FIUDA.Y MOKNINO, in the Course, will be here the 15th of visiting Mrs. Williams' sister, Mrs, his heart is scton n certain auburn Uncle Petor vutid his wealth, good old haired girl. " Dan Tichenor, this week. December, Saiu Jones the 14th of Captain Cogolln had coino to bollevo in Mr. J. M. Wade has moved into his it himself. Tho truth really was that Editor ftrol Proprietor Mrs. Alice Barnard will move to JO. II. KOUKItN, new house just outside the city limits, tho said Undo Pntcr had been tho deI have been somewhat bothered her new residence in a few days. MIes Eva Pirllc gave a candy pullspair of his family from his very childabout that "Yes" from the girl at The town came near being depopuFlUDAY. DKCRMBKR I, 1 893. lated last week while the Grand juty ing last Friday night to her history hood, nnd had finally embarked on an Horton. Wonder if I should be? class to show her appreciation of the American" ehlp as n cabin boy, after I am glad to notice the good reports wan in session. ' Rev. T. De Witt Talmaok, tho moro had boon heard of of the Teachers' Associations in sevMiss Lesta Hays will return to her work they had done while attending which " nothing great Brooklyn preacher, will lecture eral places. The teachers of Ohio home in Rochester inn few days. were, him. her school Those present This was tho plain, unvarnished truth, iust. in Owensboro on tho county ought to have a "Reading Misses Hattic Brown, Inez Phillips, Imt Captain Cogolln was a natlvo of Mrs. W, J. Berry has almost recovMaimed Brack, Daisy Mercer, Ida Marseilles and had nn lraaginntivo mind, GnAZiA. ered from her recent illness. , The schools of tho county aro in a Circle." Miss Hattic Miller was the guest ot Harrison, Katie Thorntlng. Clauda consequently this plain truth had to bo very flourisihng condition. There is l'mcrtMlliiK Harrison, Anna Phillips, Missouri ombollishod. Ono day ho happened to Of the Hartford Teachers' Association, the Misses Barnes this week. n deeper interest manifested than ovThe sale of the household goods of Loyd; Messrs. Leslie Brown, Willie como across a sailor who had just reteach- which met at Beaver Dam, Nov. 25th, er before, both on tho part of turned from tho United States, and after 1893, and as announced per program, Mrs. R.J. Daniel, deceased, took place Hayncs, Walter Harrison, Arlie togo-thc- r ers, pupils and patrons. Tho attendnnd Urn T.oyd Miss 15 va Is n drinking n glass or two of spirits Saturday. tho two mon bocamo communicaance is unusually largo and taking all a new departure was entered upon by patrons say The mass meeting in the interest splendid teacher, nnd the the teachers, and there was substitutive. Tho captain happened to mention in all this is perhaps the moat successted for the regular program at these of the Sunday School, which was an - she is teaching by lar the best school tho fact that ho had nn undo living out ful school year in tho whole history of meetings a course of study, by which nounccd in our last week's letter, that has ever been taught in Hint In Amorica. Ho drew upon his lraaginour county schools. Ibiaiauuoin a J is hoped, An district. ntivo mind and. was nblo to describo tho it the value of the Teachers' proved to be very Interesting. great part to the fact that Ohiocounty Association may be greatly augmentMis. Mornson.JRoseville, who has said uncle. excellent address was made by Prof Tho accommodating sailor rememposscses a corpso of teachers who are ed. As but few teachers were presbven visiting her daughter, Mrs. K. R. Ray nnd much good will unbered having met just such an Individconsiderably inadvuueeof tho aver- ent the morning was spent in an in doubtedly result from it. Remarks Day, happened to a very serious ac- ual, and, what was moro, tho supposed She in company Undo Peter had oven confided a box of age teacher. This is tho banner school formal discourse on the first Chapter by R. P. Hocker, recitation by Miss cident Saturday. tho enro of tho sailor for county in this part of tho Ntntc. of Brooks' Mental Science. First, the ( Beulah Coots, and music by the child- with Wm. Day started home, and in presents toamong his rclntions on tho ren and Mrs. McKcnney's vocal class going down a very stctp hill, the nature of the Science, itself, it being other sido of tho water. Unfortunntoly broke, scaring the on tho way homo thcro had boon a A pkculiak occurrence happened more difficult for the ordinary mind deserves special mention. On the ac backing-strap- s storm, und tho box had been at the funeral of a lady at Roccster, to comprehend the intangible opera- count of the lateness of the hour the horse, which became unmanageable dropped overboard, but still tho fact ro last week. The grave was dug by tions of the human mind than a con- address by Miss Gioson was deferred and ran the buggy into a bank capPa., maincd that Undo Peter had mado n a man by the nnmo of Fish, and it crete subject of form orcolor,vas shown until Sunday morning at Sunday sizing it, throwing Mrs. Morrison fortuno out In tho new country nnd had out. She tried to get up but found sent word to his friends that ho should was necessary for him to go in advance to be the chief cause of the neglect of School. A nut forget them. she could not without n'sista-c- e. SCHOOL NOTES. of the funeral procession to arrange the study. And it was further shown Two or threo years went by, nnd at h)siciau was summoned nnd found Mr. Halley I.. Brown visited his tho fun- that it would be impossible for a teachthe box in position. Just as Undo Peter owned parents, near Rochester, Saturday that the Tibia was broken about the tho end of that tlmo gold mines, petroer to direct his own mind or that of eral procession arrived, James Broth-crtoplantations, slaves, middle. She is old and it may be leum mines, and everything, in fact, and Sunday. one of the mourners, peered others to the highest results without Miss Minnie Maddox was absent some time before she is able to be that nn American undo is expected to some knowledge of Mental Science. into tho crave and discovered Mr. possess. from school Thursday and Friday on out again. Fish lying in tho box dead, nnd up- Some excitement was treated when The Cogolln family becauio tho envy Mr. Wheeler, Cloverpott.ls offering the account of sickness. subject of the mind was taken up, ' of tho llttlo villogo wlicro they lived, and on investigation his neck was found the stu- - a good price for tobacco, and a good Mr. Henry Taylor, a former In tho evenings, when tho women gathby one or two membeis of the Assoto have been broken. The body wasat ciation, asserting that they had a dent of our school, has accepted a po- - many ot the farmers of this tcctioti ered together ronnd tho doorsteps of the ' once removed, an iuciuest held, which steep, narrow streets for their dally mind, but that from certain activities sition 5n the Company's store at arc selling to him. decided that Mr. Fish had accidently Sam Ktown certainly likes school gossip, tho uamo of tho famous Undo and phenomena from some source, Echols. Peter was frequently heard. fallen into the grave, breaking bis thev inferred as much. Mr. F. O. Austin and wife made us teachers or Dcancfield would uot be I Tho Cogollns themselves waited pa But as a ma- neck. inriH. of ime nrccrnt uVr mrrn!n ' quite a lengthy call Wednesday after honored with his presence eo often. tiently. , .1.- -. "Poor fellow," tho captain would say; .IStuavillc Literary Society elected ui mui i luipurumi possession, i. was noon It him IA.V1M.K,IXI. Maikcd interest prevails through- new officers last Wednesday night. "let In live os long as God wills. Wo are no hurry." Editor Republican. The Lecture deemed advisable to continue the dis- out the classes. are,- - Anderson Mercer, PresiThey Course sustained here, this year, con- cussion in the afternoon. The class in American Literature dent; Ida Simpson, Vice President; Ono day a letter arrived for Captain The meeting was called to order at Washsists of Rev. Anna Shaw, of Cogolln. It was from New York, and passed an examination Friday after- Eva Pirtle, Secretary; Alva Jonc. ington, D. C, Will Carlton, the poet i p. m. by Prof. Ray and as quite a tho cnvelopo had tho embassy stamp. It noon and will enter upon the study Prosecuting Attorney. was a heavy letter and might havo conand Sam Jones, whom every body number of teachers were present, a Mr. Ed. Baize and Miss Gona Huff tained any numlcr of bank notes. of selected works in English for the knows. The first lecturer of the course Secretary was elected and the pro were married at the residence of the remainder of the term. Thero was, however, nothing moro in jut was here last Thursday night. To say gram was continued. The Child's Book of Nature class, bride's parents near Pcllvillc Wednes- it, and nothing less than tho ccrtificato The second Chapter of the nature that Dr. Anna Shaw's was decidedly of death of Poter Cogolln. in Miss Dora's room, have made an day night. The groom is an enerthe most superior in every way would of the mind was taken up by W. II. "Ho is really dead, thenr said tho interesting collection of articles for getic farmer, while the bride is a captain's wife. convey but a faint idea of what we Barnes and followed by a general dis their cabinet, and the Kindergarten most charming young lady. The at"Of courso ho is, sinco tho embassador really think It to have been. Her cussion. 1 lie falseness of the ma class is a most interesting feature of tendants were Mr. Anderson Mercer has taken tho troublo to send us tliis." subject was "The Fate of Republics," terialistic theory, that mind is a propThero was a solemn sllenco, and then, nnd Miss Giacie Morrison. her room. although no ono but tho captain had and for two hours the large audience erty of matter, was shown by Prof. Clarence Morrison and Miss Sata ever cct eyes on tho American nnclo, a Mr. Jo. B. Rogers, our worthy Suwas held spellbound by the logic, Ray, who said that we know matter perintendent, made us a pleasant vis- Reynolds were married last Sunday. fow tears were shed in honor of his memthought and delivery of a woman's through the mind, and by mind we ory. Colntry Jay. Ha expressed mind, and hence, if mind were it Friday afternoon. speech. On Sunday night previous, know Tho wifo then spolro again. "All tho himself as being well pleased with Ml CHEEK. union service was held in the Chap- a function of matter, we would have, samo, your embassador does not say a the progress we are making with our Nov. 27. As I have not seen nny word about his money t" el of the C. N. C. and Rev. Anna as it were, the creature greater than "You would perhaps havo liked him news from this part of the county Creator. Mr. Crowe and others school work. Shaw preached as I never heard a the SOLDIER'S HEART. The Hartford Teachers' Associa- for some time, I thought I would to havo written about that first and then think that the mind of man is part of sermon preached before, on the told us of his death In n second letter. tion convened in the school building write a few items to your paper, which No, no, thoy don't do llko that in Amer"Prohibition. "This isa famous the infinite mind, but were opposed Quite a number of teach- is gladly read every week. by Prof. Ray, who thinks that the Saturday. ica. TFioy know what's wliat, ond they woman, and deservedlyso. Notwithers were present. An interesting sesSilas Carson and sister, Miss Tula, would not write to us point blank nbout standing her public life she is a true, Creator would not consign part of sion was held. The study of Psy- and Homer Hampton, of Bowling money as though thoy thought wo were noble woman. It was my happy Himself to Hades starving. Wo havo only to wait, and as Chapter third consisted of the facul- chology, which they have adopted Green, have been visiting in this soon ns ho decently can tho embassador privilege to visit her at her hotel for their first work in the "Reading community, the guests of T. II. will write to us nbout tho money matwhile here and I found in that short ties of the mind, and the intellect, Circle," promises to be a valuable Carson and family. Miss Tula will ters." hour's talk with her, that behind her sensibilities and will powers were inUnfortunately the embassador, no and interesting study. Attye. stay down until after the hol'dnys. public life, which might be expected troduced and discussed at length by doubt through negligence, did not send Col. C. M. Barnett, who lias been to absorb the most of her nature, was Miss Dora E. Gibson and others. Sent Willi thr Order. another letter, nnd in place of tho peaceThe C. F. Risley Co., Wholesale sick for several weeks from thenflects ful dreams with which thoyliad deluded As a part of the teachers were com the sweet, sympathetic, inonoy fever is some better themselves 11 fevert-t- ho woman. In the life of this wo- pelled to leave before the close of the Druggists, 62 Cortlandt St., New of typhoid fe-meeting;, a motion was made and car York, ordered a large supply of Drum-mond- 's and is visiting the funily of Wood seized tho wholo Cogolln family. They man there are many lessons of perdid nothing now but dream of Undo Lightning Remedy for Rheu- Tiusley, of the Washington neigh- Peter's millions, and on Sundays when ried that the hours of meeting and severance, courage and determination. they were nil gathered together in their She began teaching in a little log adjournment be set and promptly ad matism, and sent this with his order: borhood. Bern, to the wife ofW II. Perry-ma- cabin it seemed ns though tho snn had school-hous- e in Michigan, for which hered to in the future meetings of the "It is strange that your remedy is lost Us brightness nnd as though oven on the 24 inst , a girl, Dr. she received two dollars per week and Asssociation. The motion was made not more generally known, as its eftho garlic had 110 flavor. attending physician. boarded among the patrons. Here that the next meeting be held at fects on rheumatism are simply marOno morning tho captain announced There has been hut very few crops his intention of hiking a trip. she conceived the idea of being a min- Hartford on the second Saturday in velous superior to any rheumatic "I can very well got off for n month or This of tobacco sold in this vicinity, as the ister, and this desire clung to her day December, but was amended by chang medicine we have ever sold." so," ho said. "Tho lada will man ago tho and night. Her parents strictly for- ing the date to the fourth Saturday in is high praise, but the remedy fully buyers seem to be a little tituiJ, and boat during my absence, nnd I feel as bid it and her friends all cried no, in the same month. The amendment deserves it. If you have the rheuma- the price offered and the finncrs differ though I can't rent without seeing for myself what's going on in New York." horror at the idea, still she could not carried and it was also voted that the tism you cannot afTord to do without widely. He bad to embark from Hnvro, which The school at this place under the free herself from that something that Association should be held from o to this great remedy any longer. Ask ns ho your druggist for it, or send to the management of Trof. C. II. Ellis, is mado him furious,railway looked upon 12 a. m. and from i to 4 p. m. kept impeling her on to this work. traveling as monoy spent in progressing nicely. Charley is- a money stolen from him. 0 Consciousness and Attention, pages Druramond Medicine Co., This warfare'between the desite to N s Tho enormous ship, however, with all Agents model young man and will in a IJTTUt JIM HAS THK FLOOR. preach and duty to her friends finally 45 to 82 of Brooks' Mental Science, Maiden Lane, New York. BUSHWHACKED. be one of the foremost teachers its sailors and iassengcrs, tho gilt of the down, wo can't striko him. I wish some told upon her; strength and she was was assigned for the work of the next wanted. saloons nnd tho bright, marvelous mafrnnk face and big blno eyes made yon ono clso had como, though. My orders in Ohio county. pining gradually away, when a cir- meeting. The teachers of the Assochinery, threw him into nn almost relihis friend. Tho bnshwhnckcr peered are to take him back, and I'vo got to do DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve cleansHurrah, for McKinlcy. gious admiration. cumstance decided her fate and she ciation were urged by the Chairman es, purifies and heals. It was made over tho log and saw his victim lying on itorstandtriuL" From 8 o'clock in tho morning until tho stony road and tho horso galloping Mack. left home to go into the world alone. to a thorough and systematic study for that purpose. Use it for buras, "I'll go with you," said Littlo Jim, evening ho nover uttered n word, but awny in affright, and a sinllo of satisfacwnving tho woman to sllcnco. "After She has worked her way through Col- of the work assigned and prompt at- cuts, bmises, chapped hands, sores just wandered about from ono cud of the tion camo to his fneo ns ho roso up and tho kindness shown 1110 horo I won't sue AGENTS aud lege, endured privations, made sac tendance to these meetings that they of all descriptions and if you have foamto tho hurried through tho woods. War is not you get into trouble." NEWSBOYS deckwaves. other or gazed at thu rifices that but few if any would have may be made a success. ing always war. Somotimes it is assassina"It'll kill him, Jim!" protested tho pell tho creat illustrated piles use it for them. L. B. Bean. to Funiilv to him toHis speech only returned tion murder. The program was then resumed woman. ''Ills wound is not hoaled yet, made for any purpose. What is the Newspaper, "I'enmylvania Grit." ward tho end of tho journey, when ho Twenty rods beyond tho body lying In und he's no moro strength than a baby." result? Oh, me! when I look at her, and Chapter fourth, the culture ot the Hill's Chloride of Gold Tablets are Best sclliug paper published. Good, began to speculate on what ho shonld tho road is n humblo cabin, tenanted "Yanks in sight, sirl" reported a man knowing he principles and the many mind, was very ably presented by uot experimental. They have been on live boys mnko from 50c to ?5 every find nwnlting him in Now York. only by a woman nnd two children. War at tho door. Ho began to bo restless nnd wanted to has forced tho husband and father into things that have been said in derision, Prof. Wm. Foster, alter which the the market for years and are guaran- Saturday. Send for freo sample u "How far nwny?" "About n mile." about her "Equal Suffrage" policy, meeting was adjourned to meet at teed to cure the Tobacco. Morphine or copy aud full particulars to GUIT talk to some ono nbout his errand. Tho tho ranks. At sound of tho shot mid tho PUBLISHING CO., Williamsport, stow ard was a compatriot, and therefore clatter of hoofs they riso up from their "Thnt lets ns out. Twelve of us cnn'l I think that the poet surely wrote true Hartford, December the 23d. Drink Habit, Your druggi t sells Fa. inspired him with confidenco, but tho frugal noonday meal nnd run down to fight no thousand Yanks. Ooodby, Mary; E. R. Ray, Ch'm'n. when he wrote, "Honor nnd Shame th em. woe busy and referred him to tho gato. A dead man is by no means n steward l Say. Ynnk. I'm doir- two tall, lanky, sunburned men who rare sight to mother und children. HunIda M. Smith, Sec'y from no condition rise, act well thy gouo glad of Itl Ordcra is orders, but I were alwnys strolling np nnd down the dreds of dead havo been left on that reckon I'd Statement of the Condition No better aid to digestion, hack to camp and told part, there all the honor lies." Viewdeck together, and who looked like highway in tho last two ycnrstnnd at 'cm it wasn't in mo to buct up n dying Tin AiUrrllftliiJJ No better cure for dyspepsia, ing her whole life through this one OF THE times thu cabin has been full of wounded Americans. man's Thanksgiving, no matter whether Sarsaparilla is always in Nothing more reliable for biliouslittle glimpse I have caughtof it, how Of Hood's "Thoso gentlemen will toll yon "11 men who groaned nnd cursed. ho wns a reb or a Yunk!" bounds ol reason because it is ness and constipation than DeWitt's flimsy such arguments against wo- the "It's a Yankeo who's been bushwhackFivo minutes later tho highway was about Now York," said tho stoward. ed," whlsporstho mother us she leads tho full of Federal cavalry, nud half a dozen "Thoy know thfi place llko A B C." man undertaking to do anything out- true; it always appeals to the sober, Little Early Risers, the famous little beCaptain Cogolln was delighted at tho way down tho road, nnd presently tho officers were in tho houso. This tlmo it pills. L. B. Bean. side of her motherly, wifely and sis- common sense of thinking people idea of making tho acquaintance of people trio nro looking down upon tho lifeless wus Littlo Jim who told tho story, ond cause it is ttue; and it is always fully terly duties at home, as those made form of our Llttlo Jim. No, not lifeless. when ho had finished every ono put out who knew tho city of his dreams so thorI'roKrninme by Lucile Lynn a short time since, in substantiated by endorsements which, Of the Buford his hand to tho woman nnd said "God oughly, nnd he followed them nbout ev- Tho bullet struck him in tho sido nud inDistrict Teachers' be acin the financial world would erywhere, from tho stern to tho bridge, flicted n severe wound, but oven whilo bless youl" They took tho sergeant away a letter written to The Rki'Uii-i.icaA.t the CIoso of Business hesitation, Meeting to be held at New Bethel up aud down deck, and into tho narrow they gnzo at him ho ojcnB his blno eyes In nn ambulance but on tho plato on This world is toowide, the cepted without a moment's Juno 30,1893. Church, three and which ho bad eaten his Thanksgiving miles West corridors of the cabins, trj ing all tho and tries to roalizo his situation. facts arc too many mid too "Looks jest llko Undo Danf whispers dinner they left n jlue reward, and many Hood's Pills cure liver ills, consti- of Buford, December 9, at 9 a. ni. tlmo to enter into conversation with them. complex for such reasonings as the pation, biliousness, jaundice, sick a soldier's haversack was emptied that They, however, did not seem anxious one of tho children. Welcome Address J. C. Barnard. ' 'Let's bo good to him!" pleads tho other. RESOURCES. want might bo put afar off. After the to meet his advances. Each tlmo that writer of that article used to convince headache, indigestion. Response J. L. Elmore. Bbo would. Assisted a bit by tho war Little Jim rode over that highway Notes and Bills $76,205.14 tho captain, with his hat in his hand, ap4m any logical thinker that such concluThe Use of Grammar J. II, Barnes. Real Estate . . 3.000.00 proached them nnd commenced in his children, sho got him to tho houso und again to find tho cabin in ashes, but tho A (Jronl I'niully ner. sions are indisputable. As I have Furniture and Fixtures . . . 1,500.00 most nffnbfo manner, "Excuso mo, gen- hud raptured a prisoner and a patient at soldier nnd his family ulivo and well. NOON. That popular illustrated family tho smno tlmo. nor husband and her His greenbacks built a now nnd hotsaid I would ask no better facts to 864 98 tlemen, but do you happen to know" Some of the evils of the Common Expenses paid Cash on hand andhiB'ks . .17,447.55 thoy turned around quickly, pretending neighbors had como homo with gunshot ter houso, foncod in the fields again, controvert all such arguments than newspaper, Pennsylvania Grit, which Schools J. S. Field. not to hear, and walked off, leaving him wounds, nnd sho had helped to nnrso bought horses and plows and seed and 3 those which might be drawn from the is now sold in every State in the thorn and send thorn back to fight for started the Mental Science I C. Hoover and oh the road standing there. $99,017.67 Union, cast of the Rocky Mountains, life of Annie Shaw. She is doing to"They certainly havo odd manners,'' the causo sho bollovod was right. Aside to prosperity. Well, tho sergeant feels A. P. Taylor and C. M. Hicks. LIABILITIES. is giving to those who cut out the from n surgeon our Littlo Jim conld not thut hp c,an ncvor repay thot dobt. and day more good for the morality and said tho captain to himself, nnd then he Recitation Miss Mary Miller. Capital Stock $25,000 00 consoled himself with tho idea that, after havo fallen into better hands. Sho probed the family think thero was nover such purity of life and for the upbuilding coupons printed in it each week, free Natural Philosophy J. C. Park. Surplus for tho bullet nnd found it, and if living another Yankeo in tho world, and so, 5,250.00 all, every country had its own customs. of Christ's kingdom, here on earthy books, pictures and art albums. Buy Reserve Fund 1,293.14 History C. II. Ellis The two Americans, in their turn puz. today ho wears It on his watchchain. tako it all around, it came out as good Interest and Exchanjje . . . 3,047.59 zled by tho eccentricities of this man, Tho Federals had been holding that road as tho ending of any story, and hasn't than thousands of women are doing a copy from the newsboy, or send for Govern uient C. M. Crowe, a free sample copy, and learn particufor weeks, and all that afternoon aud been concluded yet, Deposits 64,426.94 in their homes. When this is ttue, M. Quad. who followed them about everywhere, J. L. Elmore, Pres. questioned tkp stoward, and ns ho was evening tho woman listened for the clatmust we say she is out of her place, lars. Agents wanted in eveiy town C. M. Hicks, Sec'y. ter of hoofs that sho might report what $99,01 67 fond of a joko ho drew upon his imagisimply because we have been taught where it is not now being sold. See had occurred and havo her patient taken 1 . FITS. All fits stopped 'free by Dr. nation for their benefit. JOHN II. BARNES, Cashier. advertisement in another column. that women are intellectually inferior ii:am:iii:m. "You know thcro has been n great Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. No Sworn and subscribed to before me Address, Gkit Puiii.isiung Co., Clinton Roberts, Owensboro, is in to man, nnd arc therefore, incapable fits after first day's use. Marvelous-curediamond robbery in Paris?" bo said conJune 30, 1893. Pa. The subscription price town. fidentially. "Well, that man is Ernest, Treatise and $2.00 trial bottle of facing the world and its sin, unRowan Holrrooks, C. O. C C J! tho celebrated dotectivo. Ho is on thu is only 50 cents lor three months. free to Fit cases. Send to Dr. Kline, Rev, Ellis Kelley, of Caneyville, protected by her husband, therefore Try it. By Shkluy Taylor, D. C track of tho thiovesand to avoid sus93 1 Arch St. , Phila. , Pa. For sale by preached at this place Saturday night her highest aim in life ought to be to all druggists; call ou ycAirs. 36 ly Our business continues to grow, as picion has disguised, himself liko that." and Sunday night. He was the guest Tho two Americans looked at each marry. But I did not set out to arthe above statement will show, both 'other and soon nftorward went down heaveu .im. Nothing Cheap About It. I have not the gue this question. Nov. 27. Miss Rosa Taylor has re- ofG. W. Keliey. in magnitude and prosperit'. Two into their cabin nnd nhu.t themselves in. Dr. Drummond's Lightning RemeMiss Florence Wright went to Ow I can not say that I am turned from an extended visit to her time, besides Thoy did not appear again on deck, years ago a deposit of $25,000; one dy for Rheumatism is put up in large not oven when tho ship sighted Now what is termed n "Woman's Rights" aunt, Mrs. Paxton, of Central City. ensboro Saturday, and returned the year ago $45,6oo;v y $64,000. bottles, nnd once seen it Is never advocate. There are many reasons why The infant daughter of Mr. and same day. It is rumorcl that a cer- This is due to the fact that the young Yorkj and all tho passengers wero admistaken forany other preparation. . nut, but I dj think women have Mrs. K. J. McKenncy received paln- - tain young man knows the purport men are beginning to realize that it is miring tho panorama.- On landing, Cap I am All the cheap remedies put together " tain Cogolln looked out for thorn, but In ofherv'slt. a perfect right to do what ever they fill, but not serious injuries last week, not the money made but the money vain. They had 'slipped away amid tho are not worth otief botlle of Drum, believe to be their duty, nnd that by some children overturning thej The ball at the Hotel Thursday saved that sets them up in business. confusion. mond's Lightning .Remedy, and any higher nnd nobler chair in which it was sitting, throw- night was an enjoyable nfiali. there is something The man whojsaves each day and puts sufferer who has taken it, will bear "Tho embassy, sir. Can you tell mo Mr. Bud HufT, of Roscvllle, is visitfor a girl's ambition than trying to ing it violently against the floor. at .interest fifty cents, will in fifty tho way to thd'cmbassyS" witness to its marvelous power, and Mrs. II. D. Hunt and Mrs. Perry ing his father, Mr. J. J. Huff, our years be worth $58,000 Rich! catch a husband, It was tho captain, who after wanderthe druggists who sell ft say they The school is movipg along nicely Westerfield have returned from a vis- worthy We are here to assist the business ing about all day in a network of streets have never seen Full parMr. Lee Phillips, who his bcen f;i and avenues', all exactly alike and all this term, with a nice increase over it to Rochester. ticulars sent by mall and the remedy IN DIRECT LINE. Illinois for some time, came home last interests of the county, and we solicit morcilessly numbered was trying for Miss Mabel Sweat visited relatives week. last term in students. and appreciate the account of every tho hundredth tinlo to get somo infor- away. Not a horseman passed. A shift by express. Drumiii6nd Medicine. " One section of the Classics deliver- in Rockport Saturday and Sunday, Mr. Robert Ragland and Mr. A. R. pushing, enterprising Individual or mation. of war had left that cabin tho centor of Co., 48-5- 0 Maiden Lane, New York.. "How in heaven's namo shall I ever noutral ground, and tho armies were I Ageuts wanted, .The Austin House has been over-- Keetpn, the very proficient lumber- - firm. JOHN H.BARNES.Casiukr. ed their term finales last night. The mako theso hurrying, crowding, English preparing to gtrinto winter quarters. BDeokln2 tax&ge unds&iii,.. fro ox- Thoro were days and nights when L,l ed. Peb-nirnr- y. sol-dlIndig-nnutlMc-Cai- ty -( tor-rib- lo n, I Brit-tnn?.es bo-fo- ro sub-jeet-g er, n, 48-5- Hartford Eepublican speeches were good nnd well deliver- rnn with drummers for the past men of this place, visited" Roslnc Saturday and Sunday, Bob is a great UNCLE PETER. wfts out of his head nnd raving or homo and mother. There wero days nnd nights when his Hfo hung on a thread. die?" Ho had tho care his own mother would Suddenly tho captain 'caught sight of havo given him. Many and tunny a a faco'he know? Ycs.lt certainly was tlmo ho cnllod her his mother, nnd ono of tho Americans with whom ho had blessed hor that sho had comedown from traveled. Thero could bo uo mistaking Old homo to nurso him back to Hfo. him, although ho hnd Changed his tho by tho crisis passed, nnd tho clothes mid his hnlr and beard were By and knew where ho was and tho situacropped closo. tion outside Ho know moro than tho "Sirl sirl" lltTho other ono hears nnd mnkosoff.. good woman would hnvo htm. That soro strait But no, this time he shall not escape, tlo family was being put toinvalid must 'to find hlin such food ns nn nnd the captain follows him. cry out Tho American has long legs, but the hnvo, and ho heard tho children at night becnuso thoy had not onough captain has strong ones. a "Whntl" ho says below his breath, covering to keep thorn warm. Afterno "this follow knows Now York llko A B fow days, when ho found thoro waslino, 0, and ho won't just tell me where to chanca to got word into tho Federal ho begged of tho woman to deliver him find tho embassy." Tho American cannot escape, he skims tip to tho Confodernto authorities and y herself of tho burden. Sho round corners, and ho dodges down refused, and tho children, who streets, but tho captain keeps up behind had insisted on calling htm Undo Daniel, him. Tho choeo goes on until nt last tho cried nt tho thought of his going away. Pretty soon n now peril threatened. American Is incapnblo of running another step, nnd ho takes refuge In a res- Tho noutrnl territory wus given up to taurant. Tho captain follows, him and bushwhackers nnd guerrillas. Ono day a long haired, evil looking man, whoso snj s, breathlessly: "Exduso mo, sir, but con you tell garb was that of n fannor, and who was probably tho would bo assassin of Littlo mo" Tho American turns palo, pushes u Jim, was soon lurking about tho premises. chair io tho captain, nnd says in oxcel Tho woman put another pillow behind tho soldier, handed him his revolver and lout French: "Ilushl let's hnvo no fuss nnd no use- quietly said: "I hnvo your carblno nnd shall try to less scandal. Sit down hero a minuto in kill him if ho persists in entering tho this corner." "Good!" thought tho captain, "ho's a houso. If I am killed, then you must queer stick, but ho's getting more rea- tako care of yoursolf." Tho sorgeant could hearovcry word of sonable." tho conversation as tho man finally adTho American continued: "I know whnt yon'vo como to New vanced to tho houso, nnd tho woman York for. Now, uio question Is, Can wo stepped ontsido to meet him. "Look yero, woman," ho began, "who como to nn understanding?" yo' got In yo'r houso?" "Why, certainly wo con. Certainly "By what right do yon ask tliatr sho wo can," oxcluimed tho captain, rubbing demanded in turn. his hands. "It seems to mo straightfor"By tho right everybody has to kill a ward pcoplo can always como to an uncussed Ynnkoo wharovor ho kin find him. derstanding." "Hang tho straightforwardness, but Stand nsido and lot mo boo what sort of a fowl yo'vo had cooped in yero fur two let's como to business," said tho Amerior threo wcoks." can desperately. "In this pocketbook Click I Click! sounded tho hammer thero are 3,000 in bank notes. If you'll say tho word, thoy nro yours, and 1,000 of her carbine, nnd ns sho brought tho moro shall bo brought to you tonight tnuzzlo 011 a lino with tho man's heart when tho Brittany weighs nnchor. Is it sho wild: "There's tho road! Yo scatterl I'll " understood that jou start with tho count SO, nnd theu I'll shoot I" Ho backed nway, muttering and curs"Why, certainly, certainly, on thoso terms," said tho captain, who was moro ing, and for tho next threo days tho caband moro bewildered at every word ut- in was iu a stato of slogo. Uo hung nliout, determined to investigate tho ro-tered by tho American. Kirts which hnd somehow leaked out, Ho tried In vnin to understand it nil, mt finding tho wotunn on hor guard ho but It was mid ever remained n hopeless mystery to him. Ho pocketed tho finally wont nway to report to tho miliThanksgiving day money and then found his way to tho tary authorities. docks and mado inquiries nbout tlw camo void, bleak and a flutter of snow-flakin tho air. Llttlo Jim hnd lxon Brittany. Ho secured his passage, nud threo weeks, before, but such snro enough tho money promised him shot was brought to tho boat that night, and wns the nursing that on this day ho wa Captain Cogolln was not sorry to set sail, helped out of lied nnd bolstered up In tho big rocking chair to oat Thanksgivfor ho liad hail enough of Now York. ing dinner. Tears camo to his eyes a And so tho captain returned to tho ho saw what efforts tho woman had put bosom of his family, but to this day it is forth and how meager tho results. n mystery to him why ho Should havo Mother, children and soldier were gathreceived his Undo Peter's legacy in so ered nt tho tnblo when thero camo a extraordinary n manner. It certainly clnttcr of hoofs nud n clanking of snlcrs, aud n dozen troopers in gray gnllopvd up was extraordinary on taking into consideration tho fact that tho said undo to tho door. At their head was a sergeant, who pushed his way in and blzed had died insolvent in tho hospital. Milwifo and children and klscd thorn lion. he looked nt tho palo faced man at his table. Ho wus followed by a corA poral who was scarcely iusido tho door before tho children cried out: ICopyrl jbt. WO. All rights rcsrn ril.J "Undo Daniel! Undo Daniell Our A cold, bleak November day; a Virother Uncle Daniel lias como homo." ginia turnplko; n horseman in blue, ridTho bushwhacker had mado his report ing ut a gallop. to tho nearest camp, nnd tho sergeant A turn iu tho road; a bushwhacker had been sent to bring tho prisoner in. hidden iu tho bushes; a shot aud a full lie wit at tho head of tho tnblo nnd heard from tho saddle. t'io story, and when it was concluded ho It was Littlo Jim, our third sergeant, patted his wifo on tho head nnd said: riding ncrosn tho country to carry n dis"You did just right, Mary. When a patch from Custer to Torbott. Vo called Yank is up, ho's our enemy ; when ho's him Littlo Jim bccnUM) ho was small of stature mid becnusoo erybody liked him. Uo was only u boy, aud ono look into his claimed nt last In despair. ""Why In alt tho round world couldn't my Undo Peter havo taken himself somewhere clso to Jim $$ ii'f ' mm WANTED Boodby.-cblldrcn- Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK mm Will-iamspo- rt, s. V 'to-da- ( Post-maste- r. r. -- - t ite-jw r1"- ' rv , V -- . & j , "".frfe n ui -i ,L t TCi ixr1" s . VV ,;,. a m y,m .14 f&k., Mtr-r)i- Y 'AHiMitltijLmt vyhfcj MshhA?A'& .i- - ff "ft- - t - -- ri ft ,,.)ilasisisa. 'jrywr 1. i "? ''J'CiirWri "RC. uW f3 YOU HAVE if.' f,, . - TWO FEET . ft rtri ' those two feet must have Shoes, for the weather wasn't made on a bare footed plan. V-An'- d; WMaW'V WE HAVE . r 'jias ym : .. . r' v.. v , ' That will iit your two feet and ,vt 1 make them comfortable. are good shoes. The They V V, ! PRICE FITS YOUR PURSE Exactly in accordance with the time and price you wish and any grade you desire. W e know Sft that THE SHOES FIT VOUR FEET V!k? " "" So, this being a mutual matter,we ought.to trade. FAIR BROS, it ft GO W v HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION. 5 "38 PENOEgAN Iloo)c-KeeDt- BUSINESS COLLEGES (INCORPORATION nnrt Shorthand Th crreat nracttoal Unslneai Training. Colleges. Thoy Klvo k ponnport to builuest umX Bucces. (JataloKUorrea. uunr csiioiiconuiA .uoiio spencer, res s, jf. jrun, moj. jtnoa Louisville. Ky., Owonsboro, Ky., or Evansvllle, Ind. SB a4, 1893. j. J&:. ' Fkiday, Dhckmiiuk Facinators and Hoods at Fair Bros. & Co's. Pop corn, in the eir, liams.' lo to Hall's lor your meat. at W. II. Wil- 2 "' T. .: ;. - W. H. WILLIAMS LEADS. Best linscy nt Fair Bros. & Co's. Best line of boots nt Fair Bros & Co's. .'..if ?S?':t nir. Co's- - Eggs and DutterutW. Il.Williams.' Fresh bread constantly on hand at For the best cigars, call on White. is A. D. W. II. Williams' Klegant undci wear nt Kulr Bros. & r for Bananas. headquarters Gen. Sam H. Hill, oi Lexington; is at White's. town. Fine selection of overcoats at Fair Fine line of neckwear at Fair Bros. Bros. & Co's. Canned goods almost given away, lk" i,".y ;;? Give S. O. P. Hall a call when you want meat. S. O. P. Hall keeps Fair Bros. & Co. lead Buy from them. 2olbs of granulated W. H. Williams.' in Cloaks. oysters, sar- - sugar for $i, at dines, etc. Mrs, Julia Davis is visiting the famBring your fur and hides to W II ily of Mr. George Klein. Williams. Dress goods, at away down prices, Fresh Sausage constantly on hand at Fair Bros. & Co's. at Hall's. titr C'flSJRW' V?. .'Mt"li ' Miss Ara Patterson, McHenry is Hall's in visiting relatives near Preutis. .abundance. A. D. White, for the cash, will sell Cranberries, 10c per quart, at W.H. groceries as cheap as any one. Williams., Salt, only one dollar and twenty-fiv- e Fair Bros. & Co. want your eggs cents per barrel, at A.D. White's. land feathers. Hall's business continues to inRemember that A." D. White quotes crease. He keeps everything fresh. cash prices only.v Large selections of men's and laFRESH OYSTERS lorty cents per dles handkerchiefs at Fair Bros. & quart at Tracy & Son's. Co's. s order at Everything in Go to W, H. Williams for Chow , Chow, Sweet pickles, Olives, Horse Hall's Meat! Meat!! Meat!!! At . Rnprrliilcnilent'a Appointments. i will visit the following schools nt i,ATiin. Render is much improved times named: Try Stevens & Collins' sweet Friday, Dec. 1, 8 n 111, No. 9, Miss and it is reasonably certain that he pickles. will iccover. The boy has not yet Bessie Maddox. Freshest' Groceries nt Stevens & been heard from. 1, No. no, Miss Laura Render. Collins. 2J30, No 3, col. Miss Margery Hln-toqulrtly Mnrrlnl. Fresh Fruits and Oysters at Stevens Last Thursday, Nov. 23, at East " Saturday, Dec. 3, 9:30a m. Teach& Collins. Bernstadt, Mr. W. B. Miller, of Echers Association at Roslnc. All teachols was married to Miss Mayme Mor- ers in the Rosinc Magisterial District AH feed bought of Henry Najl will ris, of that place.-- Mr, Miller was arc required to attend. be delivered. reared in this county and has a wide Monday, Dec. 4. 8 a m, No. 14, Judge L. P. I.ittle, Owcnsboro, is circle of friends here, while his bride Mrs. A. Wedding. J. attending Court. was for n long time a resident of this 11, No. 30, Miss Lucy B.Townscnd. Miss .Hester Herald, Cliflton, is place. They will reside at East BernTuesday, Dec. 5. 8 a m, No. 6, visiting in Taylortown. stadt. This Rkpuoucak extends con- Miss Sophia Davidson. 11, No. 33, Albert London. Call on Stevens & Collins and sec gratulations and wishes them a long and happy life. 2:30 p m, No. 103, J. E. Davidson. their new stock of groceries. Wednesday, Dec. 6. 8 a m, N0.94, "Notice! For Gherkins, Chow-ChoOlives, All articles for publication should be Miss Lavinia Myers. etc., call on SteVens & Collins. 11, No. 92, J. S. Fitzhugh. addressed to TimRRruiiMCAN.IIart- 2:30 p'm, No. 7, J. H. Leach. lVeave your orders at Henry Null's fonl, Ky., to insure prompt attention. m m Thursday, Dec. 7. 8 a 111, No. 4, recti aiorc anu ue will deliver your Onral ol Thiiiik. Lee B. Mills. goods. I desire to return my warmest 11:30, No. 98, G. S. Fitzhugh. Henry Nail continues to please his thanks to Lyman Williams, Mrs. 2 p m, No. 6 (col) Miss Samantha customers, and evciybody goes to Belle Glenn and other friends for their Bracken. kindness to me. him for feed. Friday, Dec. 8. 8 a m, No. 10, Miss Leah Hudson. Miss Mary Cox is visiting friends (col) Miss Charlotte Eidson. mr-NI- I at West Minster; Ky , and will be abOYflTEIlN 11, No. 106, L. B. Loney and S.J. Direct from Baltimore at Tracy & Tichenor. ' sent several weeks. ' Son's. Forty cents per quart. 2 p 111, No 6, D. Ellis Miller. Nail's feed store is growing in popMonday. D"c n 8 a m, No. 40, Hon Ton llnncr. ularity every day. He will treat you Wednesday night, attheCourt Hall, Mies Annie M. Allen. right. Give him a call. 10, No 2. (col) Miss Minnie Taylor. the Bon Ton Social Club entertained Casebier & Burton will treat you their many friends, the occasion being Tuesday, Dec. 13. 8 am, No. SW right. Leave your horse with them adance. A large crowd were in attend- W. G. Gardner. when yov conic to town. 10, No. 5. (col) Cromwell District. ance. The following is n partial list No. 35. Alfonzo Rogers. Call on Casebier & Burton for con- of those present: Wednesday, Dec. 13. 10 a m, No. W. T. Hay ward and wife, Misses 1, (col)S. M. Taylor. veyance to and from Beaver Dam, Sara Collins, Tula Pendleton, Lutic Friday, DecT 15. 8 a m, No. 74, G. rigs of all kinds, saddle horses. Lea, Sallie Catc, Hennic and Maggie T. Tinsley. Oysters served at all hours day or 11, No. 88, J. L. Rogers. Gunther, Ella Cox, Lyda" and Bertia night, at Hall's stand. Remember The Trustees and patrons are reMorton, Lena Carson, Eva Morton. the place.opposite the Hartford Houfc. Birdie Nail, Mabel quested to be present. It is especialBrown, Corinne Rev. B. P. Weaver, of Louisville, Cox, Florence White. Eliza Bray, ly necessary that the full Board of preached two very interesting ser- Rosa and Carrie Woerncr, Edna Grif. Trustees be on hand, as important mons at the Baptist Church last Sun- fin and Stella Thomas. Messrs. business will be transacted withTeach day. Henry Carson, Lee Stevens, Randall District. Trustees will briag their Record Book and District Boundary. A large stock of STAPLE and FAN- Collins, Henry Nail, John Moore, Resp'y, Jo. B. Rogrrs. Lem McHenry, John Vaught, Bob CY groceries, wholesale and retail, .' "" METAMORPHOSIS. constantly on hand, at W, H. Wil- Walker, Mose Simons, Ivy Nail, Ab f Yeiser, Willie Moore, Ernest Tracy, liams.' Sam Casebier, G. D. Westerfield, C. Appropriate Thanksgiving Services J. Dunn, Henry Orsborne and E. P. Tho day 3.'srfN. were, conducted nt the Methodist Moore. Church yesterday by the pastor, Rev. And when " It'sjustaseasy to try One Minute SjjRSjJJ' E. K. Pate. Cough Cure as anything else. It's Miss Lena Brown, Paradise, return- easier to cure a severe cold or cough ed home Tuesday from n two weeks with it. Let your next purchase fora visit to friends and relatives in Tay- cough be One Minute Cough Cure. lortown. Better medicine; better result; better A nap t W. H. Williams' is headquarters for try it. L. B. Bean. B-Ithink NICE NEW HOMINY CURRANTS, I'll take, Wm&AJr Rev. Stersman, the pastor, and Rev. DRIED APPLES, PEACHES, raisins, O'Brien, ns assistant, both of figs, dates & etc' are conducting an interest Miss Bennett, Fair Bros. & Co's. ing revival at Slaty Creek. TheChris-tia- n popular Milliner, will be with them -V people are awakened and AfBut look! until January the 1st. So come along Lord is laboring mightily with the sin and get a stylish hat. ncrs. Anaxl rJ?""3Liv .'M I want apple?, cabbage, beans, butt Hood's Sarsaparilla hascuredmany ter, egg, in fict every thing tint can afflicted with rheumatism, and we be sold, for which I will piy the highurge all who suffer from this disease A. D. Whitr. est market price. to give this medicine a trial. The Central City Herald has been My head, sold to P. H. Whitfield, formerly forelllllplpSffi I .tlrttintlLt Nnudny School. ? man of the Tale of Two Cities, who So good Sunday, Nov. 36, 1893. Services will continue its publication. conducted by Supt. Williams. Opening Song, No. 876, "Precious Just received, a new lot of nice Name." goods tiiat I want to exchange for Officers and Teachers present 9; money and will give close cut prices. scholars present 66. A. D. Whitr Come and see me. Scripture Lesson, Col. 13 chapter, Rev. R. A. .Crowe will preach at 1 2 05 verses. the new Schoolhouse, one and Subject of lesson, "The Christian miles East of Halt lord, next Sunday Home." morning at 11 o'clock. Everybody We were honored this morning by invited. a visit from Mrs. Rowan Holbrook and her little boy, Master Harold. Buy your School Furniture and apJ. B. Wilson, after a protracted' abparatus, required by thenew school sence, made his appearance and heard law, of the United States School D. E. Thomas' class in his absence. Furniture Co. W. A. Gibson Agt. Miss Rosa Wccrner heard Prof. Hartford, Ky. tf Ringo's class in his absence. Bro. Call on A. D. White for guns, am- McAfee Mrs. Fogle's class and the munition, Iqaded shells, gun powder, Superintendent Mrs. Williams' class. Mr. C J. Dunn, of the Baptist Suncartridges of all kinds, in fact every day School, was a visitor in William thing usually kept in a first-clas- s Foster's class. Hardware house and at Miss Olive Carson, of the C. P. prices, for cash and cash only. Sunday School, was also a visitor. For the lowest prices and the best terms on School Furniture and apparatus, required by the new school law, Not one minute elapses between the see or write W. A. Gibson, Agt. taking of One Minute Cough Cure Hartford, Ky. tf and relief. Why shouldn't people take One Minute Cough Cure? They Last Thursday at Rock port while should. They do. L. B. Bean. an engine was letting three of ties down the incline, the weight The W. D. iJoyce Co.t of Chicago, proved too great and engine and cars 'want a good hustling boy or girl in dashed powii the incline, piling up every town in the United States and in the river. Nobody hurt. Canada to sell their famous weekly 1 n. John Rnlne, Ksqr., T,ouisville, town. in in an ' and left. obtained some clothing WnnCrdt One or two of good poplar lumber. Address, F. A. Am'iw & Co., Owcnsboro, Ky; 5 tf car-l5a- W V''' "SSI M !JuhA HEaLaHfr Mrs. c. FUhcr Of Baltimore. SEND twelve cents in postage stnmps to 39 Corcoran Building, WasU-ingtoD. C, and you will receive four copiesof Kate Fidd's Washington, containing matter of special interest. Give name and address, and where you saw this advertisement. ly n, Lane's Medicine moves the Bowels every day. In order to be healthy this is necessary. Having had an cxccllcntscason"on Sciatic Rheumatism the road" with my splendid photographing outfit I have now establishSovoro Pain and jBtlffhesn ed my gallery permanently at my 4 Bottle of Hood's Perfect Cure. new house in Beaver Dam, Ky., where " I am not only willing, but anxloui to recom- I am fully equipped for- doing all Cabimend Hood's SarsaparllU. I was taken with kinds of photographic work. asvcropaln and stlffnen In my limbs mtUmei net photo's a specialty. Instantanebeing hardly able to walk. I consulted a phy. ous photographs of children. Call alclan, who pronounced my trouble sclatla Very truly. rlieumaUara. Notwltiistandln j I took medicine. and sec my work. I bocame worse instead ol better. I had readso A. D. Tayior. much of Hood's Sarsaparllln's rrvadcrfnl cart that I concluded to giro It a fair trial. When I was taktnf the first bottle I could (eel a my limbs becamo less autt. I haro now taken lour bottles and ant happy to say lean work at well as over I could boioro. 1 recommended received equally rood effects from It. I cannot speak too highly of Mitt). Olaiu Hsueb, Hood's Harsaparllla. N. H. cof. Caroline and McKlderry Sts.. BalU-mor- e, Md. lie sure to get Hood's. HOOD'S PILLS are hand made, and perfect U proportion and appear-no- e. 25o.perbas. vo At Homo. Hood's Cures I Solentlflo AMrleaa Hood's Sarsaparilla my cousin, wno nas Tfc CAVMTS. KJafjaf TRADK MARK. or inrormatioQ ana free iianaftoo MUNN A CO, SSI BROADWAY, II iW TOSUb Oldert bnreau for securing patents In America. Kvery patent taken out br us U brought befor the publlo by a notlee given free of charge ta Uu DESIGN PATIMTS. COPYRIGHTa. artnJ muu And those troubled with nervousness resultlnt taking from cars or overwork will be relieved Brown's Iron Jllttern. Genuine bes trade mark and crrwscdrcd lines on wrapper. r 5 A'curaffflc J'crtuma gtimiiih mtxitm Larrat HrenlaUon of any seientlSe paper in the world. rJplendldlr Illustrated. NoMntelllrent man should be without It. Weekly. 3.00 at niouttjs. Addrww SLM six MDNNA CO. yearl l'usLuuxBS. 301 Jlroadwar, New lock utr. A COLD WINTER Is predicted by the weather WISEACRES and OVERCOATS and CLOAKS will be needed like the Texas Boy needed his pistol, "very bad." So we will propose to say that from now 'til the HOLIDAYS we will astonish our customers with prices on these goods. We have just got in a new lot of these goods bought on the SLAUGHTER scale, and they will go at once. CASH will take them out at ridiculous prices. JFV'Vt. ' v9 M Muh-lenbur- g, . yjivSV Ah.-me- :h:c:e::e:e5 & co. Beaver Dam, Ky. " i 1 Ccme at once. 1 PANIC - PRICES ARE - STILL PREVAILING ns.i & rock-botto- m Hard times are now a thing of the past. Yet we will continue our good work as inaugurated during the financial panic, by selling you your Winter Supply of Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Dry Goods, Underwear and Eurnishing Goods at 1 8$ car-loa- HARD TIME PRICEST ;; first-clas- meat-sho- p. . Capt. A. B. Stanley, of Rochestr, called to see us yesterday. k Raddishes & etc. Best New Orleans, open kettle one dollar lor twenty-tw- o lbs, - " at A. D. White's. Miss Ada Brown, of the College, spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents at Centertown. Mr. Mose Simons has resigned his position with M. M. Kahn and will leave Hartford Sunday. Born, to the wife of J. C Riley, near town, on the 38th ult., a fine boy Sam Jones Riley. Hartford Water Mill flour for sale by A. D. White by the barrel or pound, at low down prices. ? Capt. Mose Herrel, Cool Springs, . was in town yesterday, - Remember the place to buy p Millla-'er- y is at Fair Bros. & Co's. Halt has the leading meat-shothe Green River country. in Call on Hall for staple aud fancy groceries. He has a nice supply. Rubber Coats,Overehoes,and plenty bfjvet. weather goods at Fair Bros. & Co's. ". Leave orders with Hall for anything in his line. He will treat you -&. Carmel drips, New 'Orleans Corn Sanf Casebier attended the West syrup and sorghum niolosses, at 40c Providence meeting Saturday and per gallon at A. "D. White's.- Sunday. J, L- - Brown, J. A. Wood and A.M, green and parched Smith, College students, attended the All grades-o- f' coffees at 35c per pound, at A. D. revival at" West Providence Sunday. f3i:''l''',,'',:'' 4&lwK C. W. Parrott and C. C. Maddox, of Hall handles the wonderful Japa Beaver Dam, attended, the West Provnese Oil. It is wonderful., indeed. idence meeting Sunday and Sunday , .night, . .Try a bottle. ...; ... . ' . , White's. On lastTuesday our school was vis ited by Mr. Rogers, our School SuCircuit Court has been moving perintendent. We had quite a pleasalong nicely, and up to time of going ant time the little folks enjoyed his to press almost the entire docket, has talk very much. If he has . won the been disposed of. Court will adjourn respect of the people generally as at noon. much as he has our school boys and The Grand Jury adjourned last Satgirls (and no doubt he has) he has urday after returning 27 indictments done his duty well as Superintendent as follows: Unlawfully selling liquor of our county. 10, gaming 8, breach of the peace 1, Mr. Coflman, of McLean county, disturbing religious worship 1, perjuwho has located at this place, madea ry 1, grand larceny 1, unlawfully short visit to friends in Bcvier Saturkilting hogs 1, erecting fence across day and Sunday. public road 1, malicious wounding 2, Mrs. Ann Ross is visiting her sending threatening letter 1. daughter, Mrs. G. W, Reld. . Messrs. P. B. Taylor and T. R. . C'nf. Preston Render, a prosperous and Barnard and Miss "Lillic, Barnard highly respected colored farmerllving spent Monday in your city. near Rockport,'was at, breakfast with Mrs, Maggie Simmons and Miss his family Tuesday morning week, Birdie Drake, of New Hope, visited when one of his"ions,Lowry byname, Mrs. Cora Taylor and Miss Lillie Barbegan cursirijffcis father. Preston nard. V' set about correcting the lad and in Thos. Ball, of Centertown, is erectthe sc'riminage that followed, the boy ing a neat residence for Se(.h, Hunter; cut his father severely with a knife. B. T. Iglehart is also having some The wound was inflicted just under building done. r the heart and is dangerous. "The ., Mr. ,Qwen( who .has. been with his, In Decatur, jiAia.' re- boy, .without shoes, hat or. coat, ,nm grand-moth,B.vV over to Echols, a distance of. a mile ture last week. Moore and Sullcnger have sold the remainder of their land, 119 acres, lying just below the levy, north of town, to Commodore Lake for ten dollars per acre, also one hundred acres, lying just above and bordering on the levy, to J. J. Bozarth, for twelve dollars and a half per acre, reserving the Jittle meadow just across the creek,' where Mr. C. B. Sullenger is erecting a nice cottage which he will occupy when completed. illustrated papers, the Saturday Bladu and the Chicago Lkdgrr. They are to be sold on the streets, In shops, stores, etc. Thousands of boys are now making money doing this, as it is an easy matter after one is fairly started. No expense to begin. Send name to above address, and receive instructions and stationery. NMALI.IIOUME ITEMS. No gentleman should fail to see our excellent line of Pants, Overcoats, Hats and Shoes. No lady should fail to take advantage of our big bargains in Dress Goods, FlanVe call especial atnels, Lindseys, etc. tention to our Ladies and Misses Underwear and Cloaks. Boots and Shoes of all description and Sizes. v ) , i v r :Vi ..LVfi p" !&?. TISAFEATTp FIT THE FEEL as 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, it will pay you. jr The house that defies competition and . laughs at opposition . .. 1'i r. - ' '., I" , - J- .,),' - r.. .. V - . O'eM ifcKr. v 4 r ,' .rffi I H-- mt ' v la lwf Hartford Kepublican FRtDAY, DliCKMIWR t, 1893. f, BIDDING OOODBY TO HIS OWN BODY. Farewell, dear Lwlyl I havo thrilled you tlirouyh Willi nil tlio loo tlint nnccls ever Lnewl Sometime with towering rage and mischief rpltri That wourl drlvo l.uclfer out of paradlsel e lia 0 met Itli kindred spirit Sometime In Muli impolum that I can't forget! How ran no part? Alasl I cannot stay. Ilirocndf the long, sweet, sad, delightful way. 1 i r i hat would to tears, but spirits do not weep. bathed, protected, petted )ou. With constant care your lightest wish to dol heavenly beauty I have known In you, What Tlioso shapely limbs, with bright blood mantling through, The supreme air of heavenly forms above. Bright Image of our God, whoso namo Is love! The .Master callcth met 1 must fulfill M destined courso and meet his holy will. AH aching, full of love, dear form, I tell ThoiiMtlnghourlscomo. Sweet clay, farewell! Now I nrlso nbovo tlio days and hours, Bu t thou must rest among tho birds and flowers. -- J. U. Wlggln In Minneapolis Journal. 1 mourn for you. I feel sensation creep How have I was dying, and his past llfo floated bo foro him, n moving phantasmagoria in tho mist. Ho saw Widow O'Hara. "Yon old wretch!" sho exclaimed. "Now you nro getting your desorts. You would sell mo out, would you?" Bho shook hor fist at him as ho cowered there, and her figure was replaced by others, tlio ghosts of thoso whom ho hod robbed, many of them "children with faces pluohcd by hunger, who had arisen from tho gravo to confront him. Ah, it was n morry procossiou for Thanksgiving day, as long as tho longest chalu gaug of slaves that over tolled under tho lash in tho torrid interior of Afrlcn. And tho maledictions they heaped upon him, their faces distorted with hatred nnd tholr voices quivering with rngol What a noiso they made, to bo sure, theso phantoms! Blifflns had nover Imagined that ghosts could shriek and yell in that fashion. It was n pandemonium of sneers, wails, shouts and howls exclamations of endless aversion und out- - & Jt B15TR1BUTION. Netherlands, Cth of February, 1037. As to tho causo for national thanksgiving, no true American can say there is not abundant reason for thankfulness. This is tho year of tho commemoration of the centonary of tho institution, greater liberty is onjoyed than in any other country, and whilo there always will be rich and poor, there are less poverty and higher wages proportionately for workmen than in any other country in tho world. Tho chances of rising to wealth nro open to all. The laboring man of today may possibly bo a millionaire 10 or 20 years tience. The agricultural resources of tho country are so great that double tho present popula- tion of this country could be sustained in tho United States without increasing tbo area of a slnglo farm or adding ono to their number by merely bringing tho product up to tho standard of reasonably Besides this, thero good agriculture por-ha- . TIIE DAY IN HISTORY. A FEW POINT8 ABOUT IT6 EARLY SERVANCE. OB- Some Old Proclamations Origin of the I'cstlvnl ltrcognltlon by Congress No Ileason 'Why the Turkey Sboald lie Con. corned In It, HANK8QIV-IN- G day dates bock to tho times lvu''.wm In council held kT-r- t Amsterdam, In Sew BLIFFINS' BATH. It was Thanksgiving day, but Blifflns had nothing to bo thankful for, or rather it wasn't like Bllffln to be thankful for anything, so nftcr going over hie accounts in tho morning ho left his offleo with tho samo immorablo expression of countenanco and tho samo steely look In his gray eyes. Blifflns was in tho chattel mortgage business, and an ho emerged from his dingy oflico he was turning over in his mind how much Widow O'lTara owed him and how he would sell her furniture on tho morrow if the money was not forthcoming, which was extremely unlikely, since thrco of the widow's children wero down with tho measles and tho mother's scanty earnings had gone to pay tho doctor's fees. Oh, theso doctors, Blifllns chuckled. and tho measles, and tho scarlet fover, and tho other ailment a children are prono to nro n boon to the chattel mortgago shark! And Blifflns know how to squeeze people, for ho had grown old in tho ocHow ho liked to get tho cupation. widows nnd children nnd bedridden worklngmen in his withered old nrais! It was not tho philanthropic embraco, such as tho poet Whitman, with his humanitarian doctrines, conceived no, indeed it was more like the embraco of tho iron virgin, driving the pointed nails Into tho heart and brain of tho victim. How it camo to pass no ono knows. Perhnps becauso it was yet two hours before inoaltlmo. Perhaps it was for the reason that timo hung heavily, sinco he could not transact business, owing to tho stupid custom of setting aside a day for general feasting as if tho majority of mankind had anything to bo merry over! At that very moment BlifHnswaa asking himself: Were peoplo morry because thero is sickness In tho world; were thoy light hearted becauso tho other days of tho year wero all one grind; wero they happy becauso tho few knowing ones eeenred all tho worldly accumulations, leaving to tbo othors tho task of striving without success, working with meager results and hoping against hope? It might havo been that tho mere novelty of tho idea appealed to Blifflns liko an inspiration if euch a sentiment could movo his withered old heart and dusty brnln. At any rato, ho paused before a Turkish bath, hesitated a moment, entered, was given a key, and In a few moments in tho seclusion of a dressing room was divesting his shriveled figure of its rusty raiment. As ho stalked out with tho towel wrapped about bis loins ho was met by tho'nttendant. "Right this way, sir," said tho latter, and Blifflns followed him into a room whero the tempcraturo at first seemed unendurable. "Isn't this pretty warmr asked Blifflns us ho sank into a couch. "Not at all. You'll havo it warmer than this before you're through," said tho attoudant, with a grin. It flashed across Blifllns' mind that tho man had a particularly villainous cast of counte- - - stoSdaya. Perfectly harm niiicompioieiyaestroyineaesiroror'TuiiAOCOlnrronless; causo no sickness, and may bo given Inn cup of tea or coffeo without tho knowp . vuKuui iiiuirnuum, wuu ivm vuiuuutuiy siop amoKiDgor cnewinjr in a rew nays. at home, and with. riRnNk'F.NHF.KH Mlrt MnRPHTWE HiBIT viiuiiuuiiiiuuu uuu mum uuiu uuuii ouianrouoro on 1110 pari or mo patient, uy tnousoor our si'UCIAL. FORMULA GOLD CURB TABLBTS. A FEW i'urin(? irmimcaipniioniH aro anowra uio ireo use or JJquor or MOr- u na tiijr iuni TutuuinTiir H1TO mem up (tuiiiu uiitu out. 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' $Jmm '' uniicrit liberty of on tho shores of Now I fathnra England, whither they were driven to talto rofugo from tho Intolerot-er- in a n.vn fix, bursts of undying scorn that pierced tho brain and rucked tlia eentcs. It wns in deed pleasant company for TlianksgivinK day! S' . I zwv diock. lima, ance nnd tiersecn- . iion of n atato chnrch, landing In this country as y intelligent schoolboy can tell on Monday, Dec. 21, 1020. Tho first celebration of tho kind in modern times was in October, 1575, at Leydcn, where there was n Thaiikpe'iving colobration of tho first anniversary of tho city's deliyoranco years later, In tho from siege. Forty-si- x fall of 1021, Governor Bradford, after tho first harvest of tho Plymouth colony in New England, proclaimed a day of thanksgiving and sent out four inon Id search of game to enable them to observe ' I mjght remain foro?rort twice.tll? quantity required for homo use", which cbiiru bo sent abroad to feed tho hungry. I Tbo first Thanksgiving proclamation of Washington as president of tho United States vm mado in Now York on Oct. 8, 1789, setting apart Thursday, Nov. 0, of that year "to bo dovoted by tho it better. people of theso states to the service of Theso Puritan fathers, whoso sufferthat great and glorious Being who is the ings had imparted to their devotion a Author of all the good that Is, that was certain degreo of sternness, wero vory or that will be," etc. thankful for a bountiful harvest after a His second Thanksgiving proclamaperiod of soro distress and looked upon tion was mado in Philadelphia on Jan. 1, tho first fruits of their toil in their now 1703, the occasion to bo ono of special homo as a symbol of blessings to coma. observance The four sjiortsmen camo back staggerOf all the Thanksgiving proclamaing under a burden of turkeys and other tions ever issued, that which caused tho wild fowl enough to provision tho colony bitterest comment was the one by Govfur a week. The- commencement of the ernor John Jay of New York. It stands festival was announced by tho roar of conspicuous in tho pages of history by one of the great puns on tho hilltop, and marking tho acrimony and enmity of tho day was Thursday, Oct. 24, rather his assailants in the way In which it is less than ono year after their arrival in worded, and is as follows: Capo Cod bay. There was n solemn procession first to tho meeting house, tho men marching Whereas, The governor of the state of New York la estcd with authority to appoint a day for this purpose, and to require and enjoin the obserranceof it Is a question w hlch, circumstanced as It Is, I consider as being more appropriate for the legislature than for mo to decide. Dut, as the people of this state has e constituted me their chief magistrate, and being perfectly convinced that national prosperity obtained and ought to obtain nations! gratitude to tho Supremo Iluler of all nations I think It appropriate to recommend, and I therefore do earnestly recommend, to tho clergy and others of my fcllowcltizens thrn jgh-othis state to set apart Thursday, the SUlli of November, for tho purpoeo aforesaid and to observe It accordingly. The question why tho turkey becomes the national bird, as far as the tablo is concerned, on Thanksgiving day has nov-been settled and probably never will bo. Most likely it is becauso this gallinaceous fowl is in prime order for killing at this timo and possibly becauso most of tho pilgrim fathers cried "Turkey P at their first Thanksgiving feast. Tho same mystery prevails regarding tho association of cranberry sauce with turkey at this time. It will probably novcr bo revealed. Let those who wish to lift tho veil liewaro lest their curiosity to see what is hidden may reveal n causo so utterly proic as to take away some of tho charms of a feast consecrated by over two centuries of observance. er Nor war.that all! Beelzebub himself waa there, and never liail lui liorna seemed so high or hie tail to long! Ho frisked around merrily, hie eyes gleaming liko coals nnd Ids tail whisking liko a whipcord, cracking now nnd then as his antics becamo moro marked. "I don't liko it," gatped Blifflns. "Let mo got out." "No, no, Blif. Wo'vo got you now, and wo nro going to, give you a little forctasto of what will couio w hen you have presently shuffled oil this mortal coil. Thla is nothing to what it will be then." "This is pretty warm," moaned Blifflns argumeutntivcly. "Ah, but you wait. When yon ore dancing nyly upon tho livo coals, with sulphur I ics shooting up around you, understand what a torrid then yoi. temperature is liko. I havo a nico, pie . ant furnace ct..ecially prepared for you, and you shall 1iavo it all to yourself." "But I don't want it nil to myself," groaned Blifflns. long, "You'll get used to it. Com now." "What, now?" shrieked Blifflns. "Yes, now." "But I don't wnnt to dio now. I can't. I won't. I'm not prepared. I've boon an old sinner. Let mo livo, and I'll repent." "Oh, you'll repent? Uovt many lies havo you told?" V Saatat Atrial 1 SB fi. C 3 IJbS IVlSn AalaVKaai aaaaaaaaHa BaaBaaaHLaV Y MPO "'ylWX" y I) U if U 111 a.rr"?r!rir!r"" i V ZSM - We are manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal directly wjth the consumer, thus saving him the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices are reasRespectfully, onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. IToxi "Will X.ils.4 F. A. AMES & EB m tho occasion demanded. Miles Standish, tho warliko military chief, was thero, nnd clad in the dress of tho timos would cut n strange figure if present among us now. No doubt that Thanksgiving dinner was enjoyed keenly and was the biggest thing in tho way of a family party that has occurred since Moat of tho game was cookod in the open air, and the thrifty Puritan housewives concocted dishes that were tempting and ingenious. The dinner was followed by tho singing of psalms and of favorite songs that they had often sung around English firesides. In tho midst of their rejoicings an Indian shout was heard, causing a momentary panic, and every man grasped his weapon, but it was only a hundred friendly savages, led by Chief Massasoit, who had come to thank the whlto man for usslstanco rendered and to share In tho festivities. They brought a contribution to tho test in tho way of venison, and whilo it was being prepared gavo an exhibition of their war dauces, causing demure Puritan maidens to scream and their lovers to look gallant and fearless as they reassured them. Captain Standish iu turn gavo tho Indians a start by putting hia troops through a military drill, the savages being alarmed by tho rattling of tho musketry and the roar of the ordnance. Tho feast continued thrco days amid prayers, psalm singing, Indian dances and war whoops and roaring artillery, after which the Indians wero escorted a short distanco from tho settlement by Captain Standish and his troops, who gavo them a parting salute. Days of thanksgiving wero officially appointed in tho Massachusetts Bay colony for several years prior to 1039. Tho New Netherlands Dutch rulers also set upart regular days of thanksgiving between the years 1041 nnd 1005, and 100 years later on the English governors of New York followed their example. Tho proclamation of the New Netherlands council, sitting at Fort Amsterdam iu 1015, was as follows: Whcrias, It has pleasid Almighty God In his unbounded clcmciic) and mercy. In addition to nmn previous blessings to suffer us to three abreast, with tho sergeant in command and Governor Bradford following behind, whilo Elder Brewster, in Ids preacher's cloak, walked alongsido bearing tho Bible and looking as frravo as "But I won't tell nny more. I'll reform; I'll goto church; I'll put 10 cents in tho contribution box overy Sunday; I'll" "It's too late, Blifflns." "Mercy, I" "Havo you ever had mercy on tho widows and children? Como on, now." He prodded the unfortuuato inau with his pitchfork and lifted him np as easily aa if he had boon a balo of hay. Blifflns uttered a piercing shriek of despair, and o "All right, sir. Ready for the trontment now, air!" It was tho attendant who spoke, Blifflns rubbed his eyes as ho woke up and stared in bewilderment. Bahl I'm n fool!" "Why, where is "You went to sleep, sir. Wo gavo it to you pretty warm, sir." "I should think you didl" muttered mas-sag- CO. Offer?S OE-TIIE Owens boro, Ky. BErMeSaaanaaaanaBama An Unprecedented WORLD FOR A TRIFLE. GREAT VALUE FOK LITTLE MONEY. WEEKLY NEWS New York Weekly Tribune, A twentyfour pago journal, BETWEEN is tho loading Republican family paper iu rending matter lor very Attcmpt. Critic Is that meant for a mountain? Detroit Artist No; only a bluff. 1'ribune. Treatment For a "Wild Ualr." A "wild hair" is tho most annoying freak of nature a man can be afflicted with. It grows in from tho eyelid, in stead of out, and constantly brushing against the eyeball sometimes causes nn irritation that results in tbo loss of eight. To pull it out gives only temporary relief, sinco in n few weeks it comes back as well grown nnd strong as ever. Tho only way to kill it is to destroy tho toe from which It springs. This is done by means of tho electric ncedlo, which is pressed into tho sac and n current turned on. A sharp prick is felt, and tho hair is forever dead. St. Louis Globe-Democr- Blifflns. Did Blifflns emerge from his Turkish bath that day a changed man? Did he cancel at onco tho debts of all his unfor-tunnt- o creditors? Did he send every ono a turkey post haste with tho compliments of tho season? Did he dispatch a wagon load of provisions and garments to overy charitablo institution that tho lame and the halt, tho young and tho aged might be fed and clothed? Not Blifflusl His heart wasn't of that kind. Ho was consistent to tho end in his character. He squeezed them harder than ever I Took to the Woods. Tffas tho day beforo Thanksgiving, And the farmer, who a Ilrlnic Long had earned in raising poultry for the market, salllod out. Hat, alasl anticipation Quickly turned to consternation. For his fairest, fattest turkey was not anywhere about. tho United States. It is filled with luterertitig is n L0USVILL and WITH MEMPHIS, member of a country lumily. gives all tho general nowa of of foreign lauds in a NATIONAL FAMILY PAPER, mid It tho United States ami tlio world. 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Your icrroneo will plenso announce this mr.llir to tho nn:rii:atlon next tiunda) so tlit.t they lr. ty huu notice. On which wo rely. Throughout tho Revolution tho annual obrorvuucu of Thanksgiving day wasduly recognized by congrew. After ieat'o, however, it was thought to bo no longer necessary till 1780, when tho adoption of tho constitution was made n national thanksgiving by tho appointment of President Washington. Liko rejoicings took placo in celebration of tho suppression of insurrection in 1703 and tho restoration of pe.ico in 1815. Tho first Thursday in November was recoiiii'iond-eas n day of national thanksgiving by tho prayer book of tho Protestant Episcopal church iu 1780, binco when other denominations havo made similar ' Tho governor of Now York 70 years ago appointed 11 regular day, and tho other northern states quickly followed, tho southern states joining iu after tho war. Tho staid and chastened rejoicing with which tho honest bat austere pilgrim fathers observed tlio day may bo learned from tho proclamation in 1637 of Petrus Stuyvesant, or rather of tho council of tho Now Netherlands, m which ho en joins thankfulness, but forbids certain worldly pleasures in tho following words: In order that theso sorrlces may bo obscrTed wltli tlio greatest harmony tbo dlroctor general mid council forbid during the exercises 011 tha said day of ThanksftTlna all such pleas- -' urea as playing tennis or ball, hunting, fishing, ilrli Ing, plowing, mowing, together with all forbidden plays, as dice, conrlrlallty and such like, under pain of arbitrary banishment, and wo ad luoiiUh at the same time all ministers of the holy gospel within our jurisdiction to formulate (hvlr sermons aqd accordingly. Olyctf d provi-blon' happened to patronizo the bath that morning. A pleasant feeling stole over him. His withered limbs eeeinod to become moro supplo and the thin blood to circulate moro actively in hia veins. Ho sank into a 6ort of somnolent meditation, his business transactions still uppermost in his mind. "Oh, I'll soil out tho Widow O'Hara tomorrow," he thought, "and mako a cool hundred by Once Happy 9Ien. Two tho transaction. Peoplo toll mo I'm hard. W. II. Vanderbilt, somo timo prior to Buh! I'm a good business man, nnd evhis death, spoko of himself as a goner ery day I'm growing richer nnd rlchor. and said: "All this money isn't worth n Money is what makes you feared and rap. I would givo It all for your health," hated. How I liko to bo hated! Isn't it to which 11 friend half laughingly and good to know thero la no ono in the half berionsly replied: "Well, too much world who doesn't despiso you!" Tho money is a nuisance. Tho happiest timo thought was so pleasant that he chucklod in my lifo wus when I was worth $o00, more audibly than' usual. 000." "And tho happiest timo in my Meanwhile, tho atmosphere had become life," rejoined Vniulerbilt, "was when I more cloudy and tho heat moro stifling. was working on my Staten Island farm." Blifllns began to feel uncomfortable. San Francisco Argonaut. "Tho temperature Is getting pretty high," ho thought. It was. Great clouds of steam rolled A "Mourning" Illmier. into tho room, as if tho attendants were A somewhat eccentric dinner wosonco given in Now York by a lady who was bent in earnest upon thawing out his dry wearing very doop mourning for horhus-- I old frame. Ho could hardly soo tho ceilbund. Tlio tablo was decorated in black, ing. "Whew! I can't stand this!" said purplo and whlto, tho napory of courso Blifllns. Rising, he made his way to the was white, but embroidered with tho door nnd tried to open it. Horrors! It was locked, but through tho glass Blifdarkest purplo pansles with tho monogram In block. SJlvor vases, filled with flns could seo tho villainous attendant. "Let mo out!" ho shoutod. tho samo dark flower, were at tho corTho nttendant only grinned, and hU ners of tho tablo, and the ices and small confectionory wero all in vlolot and f aco seemed more diabolical than over. "I'm roasting in here!" exclaimed white. To mako tho whole thing consistent, tho hostess requested all her Blifflns. "Well, roast," said tho attendant. friends to wear black, and n guest who "You won't lot mo out?" presided at tho foot of the tablo and Tho man grinned again and turned afterward, by tho way, married tho hostess Tho black kings of tho African const press your middle finger threo times as n sign of salutation, the Japaneso takes off his slipper, whilo tho Laplander pushes Ids noio vigorously against you. In Hindostan they saluto a man by taking him by tho beard, 'hllo tho ticoplo of tho Philippino islands toko your hand and rnb their fuco with it. Tho king of Ternnte rises to receivo his subjects, and they sit down to saluto him. F. n. Staufier in Kate Field's Washington. nance, but that may havo been Blifflns' fancy, for overy ono looked like a rogue or h fool to him, tho latter class predom" inating. Blifnns was left alone, for no ono oleo Tho lir.e is thoroughly equipped and in condition, end provides an excellent arrangement in timo and through cars A yKATUKK it the timo and convenience secured by the Limited Express Trains. Only aniout's kidk betweon Louisville and Memphis, and the host and quickest service botween tho two citlcsever offered. flrst-cla- H HAUTFOllD REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Write your name nnd nddro-- s i $ ..-- I Kentucky 3 W. ' r ft I ' TIckets.Time.TKbles and all desired information secured by applying to J. n.Tlclienor Long he soarched, but unattended With success; therefore he ended Boon tho lles of thoie remaining and to market brought hit stock, Oft tho missing bird berating, And his mind tho while debating What 111 fortune had ileprhed lilm of the Jewel of his flock. Elnce a And can Do not doubt somo fowls Aiccnt nt Heaver Daiu.or on a postal card, send it to Geo. UM T.B.LTDca, Pass. ArLLoniiTille. Ht WHiSKE t? cured at homo 0 tlcnlarssentFUKE. outpaln-Bookofpsr- Iff und Opium Haclttwllh- Best, Room 2, Tribuno Building, New York City, nnd a euraple copy of the NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE will be mailed toyo;i. H turkerrored Oft ho'd seen to town his kind sent. meant Bo he knew what knives And bethouzlit him 'twas tho proper time for taking to tho woods. under liatu and'hoods; the 'yp track ofwlsa season, are pates all can reason Atlanta. Oa, Offlcel0tiVhliehaUSU tro lirolcn down om ocrwrkoi hoiiieh&u' " UrtnvnV, Iron Hitters 1 aali.M.VOIU.!Y.M.D. 4 a,4i not JMaur Persons removes nbillMi tlio yitoni, nld dlce.tioii, tlmKi-niilbile, ami curMiuaUula. U( Come to Hartford --TO SEE THE- - ' ; ,c .ii'ole a Top Uuggy with Silvcr - pUtcd Dash Rail, Feat Rail, Handles, Hub JJands and Shaft Tips, for aliove price t &UU HSbMI ST itfanjii . uifcfra iiishsrB j ,22UL!&,(1 ii grj"PR! OO"? si i3U i i 4(jMRrSJ(t opening:;: spring -OFo i -- a o C. L. Field's car of Buggies just from the 'I f j 4 Davis Carriage Company. 'lie for our ": s Ifcw 60 paga Catalogue TTIE 30tJTHBaN BUGGY . appeared with ft broad band of crnpo nronnd his "eft arm. San Francisco Argonaut. Only II Hoy The above charming booklet scut by mail for One Dollar. 10 lat fr G. Wiugiit, Richardsvllle, Ky. fiyy nway. "Stop! Stop! Oomo back! Oh, I'm Btifllngl" Blifflns fell upon tho morblo floor, his senses almost deserting him. Tho beat becaino moro intense, tho vapor enter ing in heavier clouds 'than over. Ho breathed with difficulty; ho gasped; he struggled. Tho laughter of tho attend tint seemed to echo in his ears liko tho shrieks of 10,000 fittds. He thought be ... of all Unds of Vihitlei. rui.' OO. Ho will eavo you MONEY by Buying from HIM. Will sell you aJJuggy, Harness, Lap Duster and Whip from $60. 00 up to $75.00. ,'' 1 : TSUBSORIBB POR The Davis Carriage Company haa tho reputa .'., j).. r tion of building tho beat Buggy for the money of any Factory ' t . in Cincinnati. "' ' THE REPUBLICAN 'V v . II. . So come and judge for yourself. ' ri 'Jt : ertiisgym;!!'-uiu- ' tnft'n'J frx viiiagMtisKbMtJis tllv-,"l- 1'"1' Ztfyfi, JJ&m a.- .. L&LiS Z.. ; r m nJBtofcittfteJint-&ESMJfihYiiiniii- .MM?$ w.. j w tr.$e' .a ttn . , w i rr' " ;iS