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JO, the Cosmopoli- - The Haeteobd Republican. OFFICIAL QRBAH OF TEE PARTY, IK THE FOURTH rPhe REPtTBLlOAlf nl '. and Courier-Journboth one year for ly $1.75. IERHS-1- 1,25 on--. JJtstii I. R0QER5, CQME55IQM DISTRICT, iu hi Annan, h Aimii, tan- - VOL. VI. JRlEE A HARTFORD, KY., FUlDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1893. NO. 19. villagers togotlier. Squiro Eldcrkin, badly frightened, promptly responded, well nrmed with n trusty flintlock. Very soon tho nblebodlcd men of tho town were In lino, and Colonel Dyer was unanimously chosen commander. Tho old feud that a fow honrs before divided neighbor from neighbor was forgotten. All united llko brothers to their common homes. Orders wero immediately given to and tho Windham villagers marched up tho hill' to tho east to check tho enemy. Tho shout for "Colo-no-l Dy-c- r nnd too," steadily grow stronger nnd stronger, and tho gallant colonel was reported to havo shown unusual cantlon on this occasion, while Squiro Elderkin, who had novcr had military experience, Implored tho colonel to halt his command on tho hill and wait until daybreak before ho proceeded, as everything seemed to indicate overwhelming odds in favor of tho enemy. Tho last half of tho night was one of terror. Tho villagers who had been loft behind waited to hear tho roar of battlo, but as tho hours dragged their tedious length along without tho dlschargo of a slnglo piece all gavo way to tho fear that some great horror was impending. The night, howover, finally wore away; the east began to grow gray, and the light was slowly creeping over tho hills whon tho clamor for "Colonel Dyer and Elderkin, too," began to subside. Daylight quelled tho hideous Bounds. Tho morning brought a strango story to tho littlo army and tho panic stricken villagers. A milo and a half to tho west of the vlllago was ft largo millpond, which furnished water for power to grind the grain for tho surrounding country. Tha miller reported that he had been awakened by tho outlandish noises (nearly ovening nnd on going to tho pond fonnd tho frogs hi a great state of commotion, but owing to tho intense darkness nothing could Ik) seen. In the morning many dead frogs wero found upon the shore. No wounds wero visiblo; no marks of violence could bo seen; no cause for the strango commotion could bo found, Somo argued that thero had been a battlo, but there was nover any evidence te support this theory. Others advanced tho idea that somo mysterious, malarial contagion, somo deadly epidemic, had broken out and caused tho cries of distress which had driven terror to the hearts of tho tho Windham villagers. ' This theory, too, has been laughed at, . and tho truth is that the canso of the , great disturbance has always been a do-fe- r K'sCRSEwTO U illrMCT.r ST. C LOUIS UUUKSEtlUlsEr, IIJI 9k .i Bfirr i rv- - j JPWHICHISBOSS. Mi rise GlftlRETTE ITS MERITS FOKCLITAMNG AND WASIjINB THE CLOTHES, "Whatllttlo thero is I takes down ina pail onco a week, or moro often If I finds It necessary." "And has tho pall been down sinco that day?" "No, miss." "Then tho paper must bo hero somewhere, unless it was deliberately stolen, which I cannot believe. Wf will begin our search, nnd tako the sitting room l.rst." Everything was being turned upside down and Insldo out, when Edith suddenly stopped. "Do yon remember whether the windows wero'opon on tliat day?" sho asked. "Yes, miss; Mr. Stanton always used to 'avo 'Is winders open." "Well, Just open thorn as thoy would bo If ho wero horo." Tho woman did as eho was bid. Edith then placed a ploco of paper on tho table whoro Gilbert said ho had laid the confession, tho door leading into tho bedroom and tho entrant door having first been opened. Thero was a considerable draft, and tho paper trembled on tho ta- paper and rubbish?" husband, as they got up fiom the dinner uiuic, i wisu juu wuiuu iuu around and ask the man toconic nnd fix j our heater." "What's the matter with it?" Inquired Henry. - "I don't know," replied Mrs. Rattles, "but it won't work." VIOLETS. Nenr tho rhadjr solitude Of n flower remembered wood, Where la aprlngtlmo nntaro weaves Canopies of rlnet and loa es, And alone tho vrhlppoonvlll Dotli tho nightly sllcnco fill With his sad. Insistent rail, Wo lmvo laid tho llttlo nil Iovo can glvo, save vain regrets; Underneath tho lolets. Sloop for aye, bud that was lost 11 nn nil too bitter frost; filccp for nyo In thatlono spot, I3y our fond hearts unforgot. Oft the thrushes sing. And tho brown bco stills her wing Many n time, that sho may sip From tho honoysuckle't Up Bwccts, as 0 from our regret Tears, O lost Violet. -- Almont Ilarncs la Kate Field's Washington. PROFESSIONAL Jnn, H. CARD. tVeddlnar. IJIenn, J. H, r, LAWYERS, HARTFORD, KY. (Office, ore r Anderson's Dasaar.) GLENN & WEDDING, Vk. 'Well, I'll just tinker it myse'f," tesponded Heury, who was full of confidence in his ability, although he knew as much about the construction of n heater as hej did of n locomotive, 'Tiieie is no use payingout all our money to the heater and range man. The plumber got all last week's salary, but we will try to keep a few dollars for family uie." Then he got a, candle and went down in the cellar prepaied to have a collar nnd cibow wrestling match with as innocent a looking heater as ever downed nn unsusnecting householder. He stuck the catldle in the open door and peered in. The candle dropped into the heater and left him in the dnrkness. Henry gioped around for a while in the interior, which suddenly hjd assumed vast proportions. He found the candle and ruined his shirt sleeves at the same time. After lightning it he peered up from the bottom, inwardly cursing the hard cement (loot, which hurt his knees. Then he got on his back and sticking his head under the grate as far as posfib'e, saw that a bolt had With his left rusted ofl the g.ate. hand he agitated the dumping apparatus to see what the clTect would be. About a half bushel of last season's ashes came down and filled his eyes, hair nnd neck full. Mrs. Rattles hurriedly sent the children up to the third floor so that they should not hear their father's remarks. Then he got the hatchet and poker and in a few minutes had the grate out. With it he came up stairs and rested, while Mrs. Rattles figured that his new suit to replace the one ruined would cost at least $25. Then he sent for the heater man, who examined the job and explained that $3 would about repair the damages. "A ac bolt vas all it needed," he said, "but I suppose the hired girl broke the grate trying to shake it." "Yes, that's it, she did," lied Mr. Rattles, glibly, and then he went up stairs and took a bath and put ou his best clothes. At the club that night he explained to the boys that he got his injuries trying to capture a burg- I1 J M yijL" 5blML II A WtLOUnt. EREVER IT GOES. Will practice their profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given to criminal practice and collections. CLAIRETTE SOAP IS THE BEST ALL FOR EVERY HOUSEHOLD USE. A WARWIIOOP. In ono of tho quiet, pleasant, pictnr-csqu- o valleys of eastern Connecticut nestles tho pretty, old fashioned villngo of Windham. A century ago this was ono of tho most important towns In the state cast of tho Connecticut river. Hero wero located tho county jail, tho county courthouso nnd other publlo institutions, which, with Its prominent public men, raised tho town to a position of influence and wido reputation. During tho last half century, or a little over, theso institutions ono by ono lmvo been removed to moro thriving centers, bright and ambitions young men have sought other and moro promising fields of activity, nnd tho town, onco so important, has been Bhorn of its old fame and powcrTnntil tt has becomo simply a relic of tho "good old times" a typical Now England vlllago, tho everyday existenco of which has becomo dreamy and monotonous, nnd which lives chiefly in Its traditionary history. A century nnd a half ago Squire and Colonel Dyer wero tho two most prominent men of Windham and wero well known throughout tho state. Both wero lawyers, both wero prominent In public affairs, both wero wealthy for tho times in which thoy lived, both had largo social followings, and both wero Intensely jealous of each other. Squire Eldcrkin was a tall, lean, bilious looking man, with heavy, raven black hair and piercing dark eyes. Ho was of aristocratic lineage, and in manner cold. Aelfish nnd ambitious. He was a learned lawyer, an able advocate and a merciless wit. Fow could glvo a moro rapierllko thrust than he a thrust that never failed to reach its mark and always left n rankling wound and an ugly in GROCERS KEEP IT. yvpt ONLY BY N.K.FAIRBANK&CO. ST. LOUIS. A VITAL CLEW. "My lifo hangs on that scrap of paper! If it cannot bo found, Edith, it is impossible to provo my innocence Tho facta are dead against me." "Gilbert, I am so confident that you nro innocent and all that yon havo said Is true that I will not rest until tho paper is found." He took her In his arms and impressed a passionate kiss on her brow. Gilbert Stanton was under arrest on suspicion of having caused the death of Raymond Wild. Tho facta of the enso were, as he said, "dead against him." Stanton lived in chambers in White's Inn and was reading for tho bar. Wild, who justified his namo, was an old college acquaintance, who had attempted several things in lifo and failed in all. Gilbert had not seen him for several years, when Wild suddenly turned up at his chambers and announced that he was "stone broke." The man hod no claim whatever on Gilbert Stanton, who told him so and also gave him the benefit of somo candid opinions as to his past career. Raymond Wild was hot blooded, and high words resulted. The rraarrol was nt its height when Mrs. Morton, Gilbert's old laundress, who had been completing her morning duties in another room, closed tho door of tho chambers and passed out. Shortly afterward the tempore of the two men cooled. Wild apologized for some offensivo remarks ho had made,nnd they shook hands. Gilbert now promised to do his best to help his old acquaintance and Invited Wild to remain for an honr while he went out to keep "Perhaps thero was moro air on that day," said Edith. "I will substitute a lighter piece of paper." This sho did and almost immediately it was caught by n current, and it floated across tho room. As it fell on tho floor thoy wero both startled to Bee a little kitten spring from tho opon doorway and pounce upon tho paper, rolling over and over with it in her teeth. "That explains It nlll" exclaimed Edith, catching up tho little animal in her arms. "Oh, Kittyl Oh, Kitty? How llttlo you know tho terrible mischief yon bic HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in Ohie and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals, special attention civen to Office east side of publie collections square. E.D.OUFFV. JI.D. RINOO nn (Tlffl aranaes A,Smltli, Attorneys ggt aw, XTortford,. 3Co33.tvv.clcy. Will practice iu all courts of Ohio aud adjoining counties, Superior Court and Court of .Appeals. Collections and all legal business attend cd to. Office 329 E. Market St. " JfeiCi( U $& tterntr and more molting phes of llfo are subdued and the higher tjnalitiea of friendship and lore obtain on the yielding of human suffering and the restoration of health, strength and contentment. 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Any one oan run the buslneit none (all. Tot ihould try nolhlng elic until you tee fee toorielf what you can do at tlte builne.1 which we olTtr. No capital rlaked. , Woman are grand worker-- ; nowadays they make at much u men. They thould trr thlt builntn, It II to writ adapted to them. Write at once and tee for yeun.lt Addreii II. HAI.I.irrT St CO.,Me. Ho I 880, l'orllnud, k mUt tive Injury? As he leaned against tho door smoking a cigarette he was startled by a loud explosion inside. What could itbc? H hastily unlocked tho door and went in The place was full of grmpowder smoke, and he rushed Into the sitting room. It was empty. There w as a door communicating with his bedroom, ami ho opened it. A horrible er!?ht was before bim Stretched upon thfl floor was Raymond Wild deadl Stanton immediately found that a bullet had yawed through tho man's brain, and that fits own rovolvcr, which he always kept loaded iu tho room, was lying on the floor beside tho lxdy. The evidenco at tho inquest was simply this: Tho police, when called in, had found tho dead body of a man, identified as Raymond Wild, with a bullet wound In his head. A revolver was also discovered, which Gilbert Stanton had ad mitted was his, and tho contents of one Mr chamber had been discharged. Stanton had said: "Tho man committed rmicido. I was not insldo tho chambers at the tlmp." William Carey, a solicitor's clerk, deposed that he was looking out of tho office window on tho ground floor, whon he saw Mr. Gilbert Stanton entor tne building and heard him ran up the stairs. About five minutes afterward certainly when amplo timo had elapsed for Mr.. Stanton to enter his chambers-- be heard the explosion. The result was that Gilbert woo arrested, brought op before tho magistrate an appointment. When Gilbert Btanton returned, ho monnted tho stairs to tho door of his chambers, but did not immediately enter IIo stood for a few minutes on tho landing, considering what conrso ho should adopt with regard to the man inside. Should ho give him money? Or might not that bo doing such a person a posi- and committed for trial. Ills defense was that Wild had fonnd the revolver.during his absence; that he was standing outsido tho door of his - trt V chambers, as we havo described, when tho shot was fired; that although they had quarrelod they were on pacific term when he went out, and that tho deceased had loft a written, confession of his owu guilt and Gilbert's innocence. But where was this written confession? Gilbert Stanton declared that he found It on the bedroom mantelpiece, but during the excitoment of the hour had mysteriously lost or mislaid it, lie had searched everywhere for it, but with-a- t He distinctly romembered that, after examining the body ami finding it was lifeless, he went Into his sitting room with the confession In his hand to what ho should do. He placed tho paper on a small table In front of blm, ona glancing out of the window saw a polleem&n In the quadrangle. He at once Redded to call the constable and rail UDwn bmuto co uo do, iohviub uib uwr con-rid- avail. , t.t r iCattats, aad Trade-MarAu ki obtained, and all Pat m f ro x ' drawlne 9oi not, free of tl.n. We adrlse. If patentable-oV ekarf. (Mir fee not due till patent it secured. t r U. PATCNTOrncc Omeria we can secure patent la lest Umo than those . rsaett from Washington. photo., with descrlp- or model, iMftV tame G.A.SNOW&CO. Lo. patcnt Ornec, Wahinqton, 'vr -- l Met fret. Address, In tht U. S. and foreltn cououies D. C IW keyllILl n On Ms return the paper had disappeared, and be had never soon it at The most diligent search had failed to discover tt. Now, Mrs. Morton," said Edith as tneetood alone m the ehambors, "this la a matter of life and death. That piece of paper must be found." ,JYs, miss," waa the laundress tcr-war- ajar. JINTMENT .1 " "first of all, yon must please answer Tory carefully some questions I shall put to yon, bid yon n (bat day destroy amy irtypry. it is a subject of controversy whether stick." "Yes," Interrupted Edith, "but where there are more trjsts in England is tho papor?" than America, and whether protection "I'm Just comiug to that, miss. I stays e fosters them But there a bit in tho kitchen just to see if I might or bo any uso, you understands and wmlt is one form of trust against which no I was waiting, I puts a new candlo In one has anything to say. That is the tho candlestick. Them 'nines' Is rather trust the public reposes in Hood's small for tin candlestick, so I takosa bit o' paper out o' the pail to make it fit. Sarsaparilla. Coino Into tho bedroom, miss why, It's Fawhlon nn Fnney. gonol' "Good heavens!" crlod Edith. "Do Dark plaid wools are recommendyou mean to 6ay that tho paper round ed for school wear, made long and that candlo was tho missing document?" "That's my beliof, miss. Where is ft with silk lined hoods. box coat, plainly The gone?' "1 was hero late last night, and 1 stitched, well lined and buttoned, is burred the candle very low and the always sufficiently in style, nnd is alpaper took firol" ways to be found iu the most exclu"And you burned it, miss!" "Only slightly, I remember. I blow sive shops. it out, throw tho paper away, and put In Cloth dresses elaborately trirnmed a new candlo that I removed from the with braid will be fashionable this piauo. What did I do with tho paper? Oh, I remember, I threw it under the winter and spring, and broadcloths grate. You'll find It there. Thank in blue, black, green and tan will be heaven, wo havo fonnd It at last I Gil- in iavor. bert la raved I" Bridesmaids' toilets of white moire "Thoro Is nothing hero, miss," Bald the woman on her knoes. "The grate Is antique, with trimming of sable lur, are in extreme novelty; with them suite empty!" 'It was truo, and the shock was a ter- are worn tojues of white velvet, go'd rible one to Edith. Sho fainted In the embroidery and sable-tailold laundress' arms. Mrs. Morton, howFor little girls of 7 or 8 special ever, soon restored her to consciousness. "You can tako my word for it," she thought has been taken by the aid, "that papor's bewitched." fine cashmeres, figured "I don't caro whether it Is bewltehod with a polka dot in some contrasting or not," said Edith. "I mean to find it. Fetch mo that magnifying glass from Bhade, as dark blue with red, or gold" tho tablo In the noxt room." en brown with light blue. s removed tho fender and careEdith In note paper the glaring colors examined tho dust that Mrs. Morfully A few offensive to good taste. ton's not ovorscrupnlous cleanliness had aie pa'e tints and some slightly roughallowed to accumulate. "I thought as much,'-- ' she said. "Micel ened surfaces are not object'onable, Thoy havo been attracted by the oan.dlo but, as a rule, smooth, gray, white or grcsso and havo Araggcd .the papor to is the safest choice. their hole. Every moment now is valu- cream papef A new kind of smooth, plush-lik- e or It will be all destroyed.', able They searched round aboutLOvery where, cloth is dubbed Russian sable-clotbut no mouse holo could bo found. Edith It is produced cspecia'ly in different tlion directed tho woman to mix a quantigray called ty of whiting which sho placed in a large shades of girls du Nord blue Baltlque, and flat dish on tho floor In tho middle of the room. In tho dish was laid a small saucer, deep rich crimson, a color much afand in that a ploco of toasted cheoso. They fected by the Russians. then left tho chamber for several hoars. For theater uses are pretty velvet When thoy returned, there was a track a straight of llttlo white footprints across the capes with room that led to a little hole above the standing Medici collar lined with osnarrow skirting board, hidden by a jooee trich feathers. The cape itself is linpioco of tho wall paper. A man was pretty contrasting color called in, and after breaking down some ed with some of tho plaster and taking up a corner of and the smart little bonnet en suite tho flooring tho coveted scrap of paper matches.this liningjn hue. was at last secured. Italian orris powder, perfumed with Tho confession was of course in part nnd Rusdestroyed nnd required very delicate the distilled odor of violets handling, but when tho precious rolio sian violet sachet powder are preferrhad been carefully mounted on another ed for perfuming laces and fineries to pleco of paper ,lt was fonnd to read a any extracts. Little silken bags of In brackets being follows, tha. wot-dspowder sewed into the dress waist supplied by supposition! are the last finishing touches of a I ami sick sf my life tad Ireaolradl te Patau free-tradhalf-fitting manu-tureofsosable-brow- havo donol" Her eyes wero full of tears, and she was palo nnd trembling with apprehension. The kitten must havo carried off with, tho confession In this way y and Its recovery was hopeless. "Lor, miss," suddenly broko In Mrs. Morton, "now I remcmbcrl When the gent shot 'Isself, I was working in the 'on so opposite and camo back to see what was tho matter. That littlo kitten belongs to tho party In tho next set, and when 1 coino up to tho landing she was just llko that with a bit o' paper, which sho runs away with and loaves on tho stairs." "Yes," said Edith, In breathless eagerness. "Well, paper about tho stairs looks oo untidy, miss, so I picked It up and" "What did yon do with itl" "I throw It in tho pail with tho other rubbish." For the second timo tho contents of the pall wero emptied by tho laundress and carefully examined. It was absolutely certain that thb papor was not thorc. "Aro you positlvo that you put the paper in tho pail?' asked Edith. "I'd tako my Mavy on It, miss. And it was just such a scrap of writing as yon say." Edith sent tho laundress home, shut u horsolf in tho solitary chambers and tho hunt afresli. It was latoin tho evening when she ceased her fruitless search. Next morning sho returned to her hopeless task. Mrs. Morton sho had relieved from further attendance, and was walking up and down tho chambers in lar. a m thought when thero came a knock at the A "Trnm" nil rh In Popular. door. It was tho laundress herself. There is a great deal of Indignation "I know whero that bit o' paper Is, lelt against trusts. The Sugar Trust, miss! I remembers that, when tho police was hero that morning, I steps Into thr the Standard Oil Trust, the Welsh liedroom to hear what thoy has to fay Tin Plate Trust, the English Salt One of 'em says to mo, impudentlike, Trust, and other combinations of the 'Well, what do yon want, old lady? and and ! says I wanted tho bedroom candle- kind, are vigorously denounced, bo-gn- E. H. WEDDING, Attorney at Law, Beaver Dam, Ky. Will practice his profession in all tho courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in all the Courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, in County Attor noy's office, in Court House. Lawyer Perry Westerfield, Bear. match for tho squire's learning and brilliancy. Colonel Dyer was prominent, too, in military as well as political matters. Windham In those- days was a frontier town, and tho red men caused a great deal of anxiety at times. Whenever tho situation becamo threatening Colonel Dyer was called to lead, and ho always proved a willing soldier and a skillful - Colonol Dyer was n different kind of a man in every respect. In person ho was short and stout. Ho had a merry blue oyo, a beaming countenanco and a good word for every one. Fow could tell a better story or moro surely mako ono laugh without knowing tho reason why. Genial, happy, sociable, always"bubbling over with fun nnd good humor, ho never was lmppior than when surrounded with company, nnd his wido circlo of friends always found him n royal entertainer. As a result ho becamo ono of tho most popular men In tho state. His magnetic, winning qualities wero moro than a commander. Squiro Elderkin was very envious of the colonel's popularity and mado him the butt of many a keen, piercing shaft of wit. Tho colonol in timo became very Bcnsitive to theso wounds, and although hatred was foreign to his nature ho conceived a thorough dislike for the Bqnire and frequently In defense xnado a sharp, stinging retort. Tho situation went on from bod to worso until finally there was many a sharp encounter between tho friends of tho contending parties. The littlo town, which had hitherto been blessed with happiness and contentment, becamo a factious, quarrelsome commu- nity. Windham" famous had not intervened, no one can tell. Whoro theso divisions would have ended, If nn event destined to mako "old Tho spring and early summer of 1758 was a season of intense anxiety for the settlers of Now England, Tho memo- rable French, and Indian war, with its unparalleled atrocities, was at Its height. Massacres, in which whole villages were destroyed, wero of frequent occurrence. Windham had been especially stirred up by tho bloodcurdling reports that' wero frequently borno from tho north. Several times rumors of threatened invasion by tho warliko savages and their more savage allies aroused tho town to a wild pitch of oxcitement. On these occasions tho villagers put implicit faith In tho colonel's military sagacity and Ho was always placed in leadership. command, nnd his word was law In short, ho was tho Miles Standish of this interior Connecticut town. In early summer of this year tho Connecticut Bottlers were called upon to render additional assistance in tho struggle against tho French. The French forts of the north wero now the objective point, nnd Colonel Dyer Immediately began raising a regiment to help In tho reduction of Crown Point. Tho men were sent forward as fast as they enlisted, while Colonel Dyer remained to continuo raising recruits. Ono dark, sultry night of thlsmomora-bl- o year tho long looked for and dreaded n crisis Becmed at hand. Late in tho excited alarm was givon by tho village parson's slnvo. Tha negro was badly scared and rushed from houso to houso, wildly shouting: "Tho Fronchnro coming. Tho French aro coming," Tho excited villagers ran to their windows and doors and wero mot with a din and rear that filled them with ainazo-moand terror. Such shrieks! Such yellsl Tho very heavens Boomed filled with unearthly souuds. The earth seemed to quake beuoath tho tread of tho coming oven-ingnnt dark, impenetrable mystery. The state of mind of tho townspeople tho next morning can better bo imagined than described. All seemed sick with humiliation nt tho ludicrous ending of their frantlo fright of tho ovening before. Squiro Elderkin was particularly morti fied and la reported to have suffered a two weeks' sickness and confinement to his chamber, during which ho was said to havo frequently stated that he hod much rather havo lost Ids scalp than to havo been the victim of such a huge joke. It was wonderful how the story of the Windham frogs sought out and found overy littlo nook aud corner of tho country. Thoro were no railroads,, no telegraphs or nowspapers In thoao days. Tho stagecoach was tho Only means of Intercommunication. Yet tho story, greatly exaggerated and elaborately dressed up by the imagination, was told In almost every tavern in the land. Tho Windham wits had been famona for yoare. Those who had suffered at their hands now eagerly seized the opportunity to pay back old scores with usurious interest. Ballads wero written, songs were" composed and sung, and every chanco for a practical joke was utilized. Colonel Dyer was a delegate to the first congress held in Now York1. During his journey to that city somo wag tied an immonso frog to tho rear of his carriage. His arrival la said to havo been greeted with Bhouts and langhtcr, and tho joke becamo tho talk of the city. On ono occasion Squire Elderkin was said to havo been making a very learned and eloquent plea, when somo buffoon raised the shout of "Colonel Dyer and Elderkin, too," in the long drawn tones which tho frogs had mado famous. The judge lost his gravity, tho jury laughed, and tho audlenco shouted in tho most boisterous manner. The squire, famous for his self possession, lost his temper, which greatly added to the amusement of the onlookers. The humiliation of tho Windhamitos, however, soon passed away, and thoy regained their nativo shrewdness. J Colonel iyor was tho first to turn tho tide. Ho adopted tho bullfrog as a coat of arms. He had a metal frog made for a door knocker and in various other ways showed his disposition to accept tho good naturedly. The squire soon saw this was the bettor way and felt very kindly toward tho colonel or his tact In stemming tho current of popular persecution. Ho ever after accepted any mention of tho frog story with a smile and apparent good .nature, although It was generally believed that tho smile was forced and tho good nature was entirely assumed. Tho memorablo fright hod ono, good effect. Colonel Dyer and Squire Eldcrkin became fast friends. Peace and good will reigned throughout the community, and tho littlo vlllago has sinco becomo noted for the spirit of neighborly kindness and brotherly lovo which seems to hover over it and pervade tho very air. Fred M. Hopkins in Romance. Only n Boy The above charming booklet sent 10 nt by mail for One Dollar. fr G. Wright, Richardsville, Ky. All fits stopped free by Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. No fits after first day's use. Marvelous cures. Treatise nnd $2.00 trial bottle iree to Fit cases. Send to Dr. .Kline, 931 Arch St., Phila., Pa. For sale by 36 ty all druggists; call ou yours. FITS. Nothing t'ben, Abont It. Dr. Drummond's Lightning Remedy for Rheumatism is put up in large bottles, and once seen it is never mistaken for any other preparation. All the cheap remedies put together are not worth one bottle of Drummond's Lightning Remedy, and any sufferer who has taken it, will bear witness to its marvelous power, and the druggists who sell it say they have never seen its equal. Full particulars sent by mail and the remedy Dmmmond MedicneJ by express. Co., 0 Maiden Lane, New York. , Ageuts wanted. 48-5- Attorney at Law. Beaveb Dam, Ky. si- - n- - warn wmjKtjtttEy DENTIST. OFFICE OVER BED EBOHT Is prepared to do all kinds of Dental work at reasonable prices. fM iktk, I Tli. Leading; PhotograpLer. Picture, la Ewj Stjlt aai Sin. "Old Pictures Copied and Enlarged CALL OJNT 1 v, (, K M -- ' ,,! A SPECIALTY. 108J Main Street. 37m6 OWENSBORO, LOOIHVII.I.E, 8T. LOOIH LooiiTilli, St, Luis & ATEI.I.I . XT t -- VI 5l1 4 j tf ! utnilnj H 8CHEDULB IN EFFECT NOV. 1, 1U1. No.61, iNo.M, WEST BOUND, Dally. Dallr. t,iv Loultrillt ..... -- .. 7:48 a. m. t.K p. m. West Point........ ... Llli.ni. T:S3p. aa. . '.17 a. m., f.OT p. Ba. Brandenburg... 4 a. m., t ST p. am. IrTlnjtton ...... ......... 10:13 1. m. (41 p. a. ephenapert , 10 44 a.m.-- t.Mp. at. ClOTerport . 11:11 a, m. p. aa. IIawe.tille....- -. p. m. Lewl.pcrt.......... 11 M a. m. Owensboro............ 12: It p. m. 11:11 p. ra, 1:04 p. m. ll.M p. a. BpottsTllIe... 1 M p. m. 115 a. ra. ... Ar. Uenderon..... No. (4, No.61, Dally. Dally EABT BOUND. " f ....... ... ........ ,,ii rw wi iS BpotUTllle.. Oirensboro. . Hawt.Tille-- ... . .... .. .. m 7:15 a. ra. li lip. am. Lewliport...i...... ..... Clorerport Btpheniport...- - ....,. ..... . Inington............ Brandenburg Weat Polnt......... Ar. Loul.Tllle .... ..... ..... p. aa. 7J7 a. m. 17 a. m. 4:15 p. aa. (OS a.m. B.Mp. m .. 9.33 a. m. 6J0p,a a. m. SJ7 p. m. a. m. i.Mf. sat. 11 m, 7.08 p. ra, U:W a. m, 731 p. m. os'p. ra. 8.08 p. ra. U 08 p. ra. 1.00 p. m. 1 0. &'? .'i - ?! Tealna No. 81 and No. 82 make connection a Irrlngton (Sunday excepted) with traloa on Louisville, HarJlDaburr A Western tt. R., east and west bound. For further Information, address II. 0, MOUDUE, Gen. Pa'r Ig't. LouISTille, Ky. , f "u s toq i C WHEN YOU GO TO CALL ON OWENSBORO C.Theo.Cain, XK3B tncray. "Wo will have too. Dyer. AndEl-dor-klnto- Ker-no- l Dy-o- r. And Kcr-ne- PifOTOl5APKI3, ArlUtin-WtTm- , s. r il Wo will havo Ker-n-ol l Dy- end (to 111. Is rata tnsptlclon falls an OQlberl Btanlonvlhe Is Innocent. I die (by myl twb hand. RAruotro Wtun). dainty toilet r" j. .J firr' ' ia iW, IAT1 IMESWHIMWTHLES. 1' j:'aVavaaaTra . arnsa a a. mm -7 aifw. m kr awauaaw saww co., at. tecu. Iv !6 -A- "-UPI ''knauH'farlliiaVM SMI OIRTAIN r .M ..tk. wn rit,afH OURB . ecrop, miss. Yon seo there fires this timo o' the year, and the little cooking I docs is all done ou the gas stove," "What do yon do with your waste taeef "No, miss." "Save yon destroyed or removed any paperf a aint no VKot Gilbert and Edith are now married, nnd BUntnn Insists that he owes his to tho persistent rthd Intelligent manner in ivhlcji his wife followed up that vital e nnd inysl rlmw clew, London Bulletins; Material. Any one needing building material of any kind, such as lumberr ceiling, flooring, windows, sash, doors, lime, . j cement, or builders hardware, would '. ruin Hie Heftier.' do well to call on or write to Cary & PIIIt.ADBI.PHIA CAW,. "Henry," said Mrs. Rattles to her Marble, Owensboro, Ky. lf Tit-Bit- er Elderkin, too," shrieked tho hideous Colonel Dyer and voices in unison. Squiro Elderkin had been particularly active against the French. Tho wholo vlllago jumped to tho conclusion that tho French nnd Indiana wero anxious to capture theso two leaders. As tho outland-Ls- h shrieks scorned to increase in volume, and to grow nearer and nearer, tho lust doubt that tho savages were upon thorn Tjinp'n Medicine moves the Bowels passed from every mind. Colonol Dyer hurried to the vlllago every doy. In order to be healthy green when the alarm was given, aud tins is necessary. the 'clanging, clnirch b;ll wn called tho 'For the finettand Moti any tM orityle. Frederiea St. , lafroww 8rdand4lAs' 7 ) V'.V M A. i V ITS fat Jliim I STjJSglFKI nntfimsi Mi. nt. jKnUVSm MAttmAam. aat- - c . ini.i.i lataLLIaLt UtaknTa. sttttxtn k KawTt Dsauti m 'MM. TtMlfcMSaAf. sl I MCSlMd. llH UJitk I aiakudl.il. KLLUmArSil.1 IMITAh UnttMlt. MMWAMM ff,' akMta mm3 r :1 jr-1 m , r' , J Lku4. Ir -- - t ?' -- ; - ..LH1V -. if- - ' s 'Tt .i'.n' -- :t ! :.:.; ii.ir. -- ::K, -- ..s;W... ..'. . ,&&&&.. a&a.'ri a .. I1 I. .WcTMiilMi l tMa" tl . 1 - !. " $9 " V f4 .ft. t TTnrt-fnrf- l .ivLpuuijmu Kdltornd 8, Proprietor 1893. f ; rUnUSIIED EVKIIY FRIDAY MOItNINO. JO. II. KOUKKNt" Friday. Drcbmdru II ANNOUNCEMENTS. Wit AN.NKKNOH, ARI5 AUTItORIZISD TO ANNOUN'CR r!t DimL. Miu.hr As a candidate for Assessor of Ohio county, subject to thc action of the Democratic party- - Ccnore83 convened Monday at 12 o'clock. Prenderqrast, tho slayer of Mayor Harrison, is being tried in Chicago. Tjik types made us speak of tho teachers of the County, last week as a "corpse." Now, thoy are uot a corpse in any sense of the word, or if so they aro a mighty "lively corpse." In the'mining distticts ot Michigan over 12,000 people, who aro out of employment, are suflering from hunger and cold. Tho Governor has Last year the been asked for aid. peoplo were self '(sustaining. J. J. Van Allen, bought the appointment of Ambassador to Italy by contributing $50,000 to tho Cleveland campaign, has resigned the appoint ment, after receiving the just condemnation of all good people. of tho Commie-eion- cr of Pensions shows that theio are 966,012 pensioners upon the rolls; among them seventeen widows and daughters of Revolutionary soldiers. The annual report Tho total year was amount distributed last $15G,7-10,4G7.1-- The recent session of the Hartford Teachers' Association at Reaver Dam, was distinguished as the beginning of the work of the Reading Circle in connection with the Association work. This first meeting proved very interesting and the project bids fair to There win favor with our teachers. has been too much sameness in the exercises of such bodies heretofore, aud this innovation will greatly revive inOther terest among the teachers. Associations should try tho plan. It has never been our good fortune to attend a more interesting aud profitable Teachers' Association than the last meeting of tho Rosino Teachers. Nearly all the parts assigned werepre-pare- d and well rendered. The teachers were alive and seemed to enter into their work with the true spirit. Every teacher in the District, but two were in attendance, and this in a very great measure served to create a lively interest. The next meeting occurs Friday, December 15th, and every teach er should bo present. See program elsewhere in this issue. That there are yet a tew educational fossils who soe no good in Teachers' Institutes aud Teachers' Associations is quite true, but a kind is thinning rapidly Providence their ranks. Tho Institute has come to bo recognized among thinking people as a necessity, and the same is fast coming to be thought of the Teachers' Associations. Now, the law very wisely grants to tho teachers the time, while attending the Institute, provided thc session falls during the school. It is equally important that the teachers attend the Associations during tho session of the school and it is but just that they be allowed their timo. Tho Rosine Teachers' Association meets next time on Friday instead ot Saturday as heretofore. This is a good move. Tho schcols in that Magisterial District should bo dismissed that day and tho teacher not being required to teach will feel a deeper interest and a stronger obligation, not only to attend but to strive to meeting a success. inako the Lot the teachers attend and take their The pupils And patrons with them. Teachers' Association is a powerful educational factor if properly conducted and this new departure will only increase its usefulness if tho teachers make the proper oflort. Other Associations would do well to give tho Friday meeting a trial. WASHINGTON. The Cleveland tariff bill has been before the public four days and the most careful study fails to find one single redeeming feature therein. It would, if enacted a law, turn over the cream of the American markets, the finest in the world, to European manufacturers and Canadian farmers, and all it offers Americans in exchange therefor are glittering promises of an increase in the foreign trade of the United States, promises which arc not believed in even by those who have made them. It is admitted that free wool would put an end to the protection of wool in this country and that free iron ore and coal will cause ioreign coal and iron ore to be used excusively in the neighborhood of every Atlantic seaport and that American iron ore and coal will be used nowhere except in places so far in the Interior that tlie freight rates will allow them to compete with foreign products. These are only specimens of the manner in which American industries have been treated by this bill. The Same holds good throughout the bill. There is hardly a single industry of any consequence in thc United States that is not struck at in some way. And as if that were not evil enough contained in a single bill, this one changes the method of ini- - i,osi"8 lhe duly U10n Mi?ny of thc ar" liclcg which ,t ,caves upon thc dutla. blellst from specific to nd valorum, a system which has been condemned by nearly every Secretary of the Treasury thc country has ever had, as one that encourages fraud and puts a premium upon deception. Thc bill While is dishonest in every way. purporting to be a tariff for revenue its makers estimate that it would produce $50,000,000 n year less than the McKinlcy law. It leaves the sugar bounty which the Democrats claimed to oppose on constitutional grounds and provides for its continuance eight years, dropping a quarter of a cent each year. The question naturally arises, how can a bounty of 1 4 cents bcconstitutionalifa bounty of 2 cents was unconstitutional? There is, however, one consoling thing about this bill. It is so utterly bad and vicious that it cannot possibly become a law in its present shape, although Mr. Cleveland's power may be Efficiently strong to force it through thc House without nmendment, but of that there is doubts. The constituents of Democratic members who feel the reduction in wages and loss of employment will make themselves heard and felt as soon as they are brought to a realizing sense of thejin-jur- y to themselves that is contained in the bill. Many believe that "the bill has been made pttplic in its present shape to feel the public pulse and that the features that proves the most obnoxious will later on be eliminate 1 or modified by a Democratic caucus. The report of the Republican minority of the House Ways and Means Committee, upon which work is now being pushed, promises to be a document that will make Republican con verts by the thousands.Itwill probably be ready by the last of next or the first of the week after. The Democrats ot the Ways and Means Committee are still undecided about a single feature of thc internal revenue bill which they will have to prepare to meet the bigdeficency created by their tariff bill. They wish to include the income tax, but so many vigorous protests have been filed against it by leading Democrats that is not certain they will. Secretary Herbert, not having a son to take care of, has introduced a new variety of nepotism by appointing his chief clerk of the Navy Department. It is certain that Mr. B. G. Johnson, of Louisiana, who was the only Democratic member of the Civil Service Commission, did not enjoy his Thanksgiving dinner. Cause why? He was peremptorily moved from office by Mr. Cleveland this week. Mr. Johnson has ever since the Democratic Administration came into power, acted as though he thought it his duty to stand by the most outrageous violations of the civil service law, in favor of the Democrats, rather than to enforce the law. He has been going from bad to worse in that direction, and when the time came ts prepare the annual report of the Commission, which is now in the hands of Mr. Cleveland, there was an open rupture between him and his republican colleagues, and he refused to sign their report and wrote one of his own. That brought matters to a crisis and Commissioner Rosevelt told Mr. Cleveland thet he would not remain on the Commission if Johnson did, and Johnson didn't. Prof. Proctor, of Kentucky, has been appointed to the vacancy. .3-- it son-in-la- KuiirrintriHleiit'n Appointment. 1 will visit the following schools at times named: Friday, Dec. 8. 8 a m, No. to, (col) Miss Charlotte Eidson. 11, No. 106, I. B. Loney and S.J. Tichenor. 2 p m, No. 6, D. Ellis Miller. Monday, Dec. 11. 8 a m, No. 40, Miss Annie M. Allen. io, N0.2, (col) Miss Minnie Taylor. Tuesday, Dec. 12. 8 a m, No. 51, V. G. Gardner. io, No. 5, (col) Cromwell District. No. 25, Alfonzo Rojrers. Wednesday, Dec. 13. 10 a 111, No. 1, (col)S. M.Taylor. Friday, Dec. 15. 8 a m, No. 74, G. T. Tinsley. 11, No. 88, J. I,. Rogers. The Trustees and patrons are to be present. It is especially necessary that the full Board of Trustees betm hand, as important business will be transacted with each District. Trustees will bring thtir Record Book and District Boundary. Resp'y, Jo. B. Rogers. Then JIo TlinnkN. The Whitley County Herald, pub lished at Williamsburg, Ky., and issued on Thursday, filled up on the following for Thanksgiving: is Thanks"Dear Reader giving. A day that every body should observe in an appropriate service. But before indulging in genuflexions, we exhort you to retire to your secret closet in a silent, solemn andconscien-ciou- s manner, and there ask yourself this sole and only question, 'Do you owe your printer?' If the answer comes to you in a still small voice, 'Yea,' then arise and to thy feet add wings, go speedily and stek him out and pay what thou owest, that he may rejoice and give thanks, and upon thy head call down richest blessTo-da- y ings." One or two of good poplar lumber. Address, F. A. Anna & Co., Owensboro, Ky. 5 tf car-loa- WnntDlt No better aid to digestion, No better cure for dyspepsia, Nothing more reliable for biliousness and constipation than DeWitt's Little Early Risers, thc famous Httre pills, L, B. Bean, Stood that a certain young lady k"hows coupons printed ln.it edeh week, free the Beaver Dam road? books, pictures and art albums. Buy That Robert Pirtle still hangs to why he came. Mrs. Ellis and her very attractive a copy from the newsboy, or send for . That Susie U. and Mattic h. are to his straw hat? daughter, Miss Jessie, were thc guests a free sample copy, and learn particuchums? ThatToncy McDowell looked sad" of Mrs. G. W. Kelliy Saturday. lars. Agents wanted in every town That Bert and Kcnnic are good Friday night? (a?ft vPSW Mr. Henry Vogle, a former resident where it is not now being sold. Sec friends? Why Inez likes to go to Teakettle of this place, but who has been living another column. advertisement in That Wm. Fair has quit going with Hollow? in Owcnsboro for some time, has Address, Grit Puiiusiiino Co., thc girls? That James and Henry Allen are again taken up his abode in our litPa. Thc subscription price That a certain girl says her heart still good friends? tle city. We arc glad to have such is only 50 cents for three months. is broken? Try it. That Robert Hagerman has shaved families in our midst. Mrs. P. R. Kclley, who was woundThat Jim Williams is getting better his moustache off? WriMltis-TrtWoTm- l ed in that shooting nflair. some lime looking? 1120th '. JIT. nORIAII. On UV'lii'S'luy. DoceMib-That tobacco is selling in this ago, is able to sit. up nnd si" she lluu. J. S. R Wedding, nl this place, That Mattie L. and Jim S. have neighborhood for seven, seven and feels no inconvenience Itom thc f , played quits? will be married to Miss Liny H Town- fects of thc ball, which is locat'd two Ur. Org Bwtith send, at the residence of her sibter, That Tom Slack and F. W. have Vrtitt. That farmers are almost through about one inch to the left of the spi- Mrs. Julia A. Wedding, of Horton. up a case? gathering corn and report a gcod nal column nnd just above the hip The wedding will be a very quiet one, Why Lee Stevens didn't go to the bone. crop? only a few immediate friends nnd reloyster supper? Mr. John Curtis nnd family, of That schools through this section atives will be present. Mr. Wedding That G. W. Kcelc is struck on a Daviess county, arc among our new What Mr. Smll h TMnka Be are progressing very nicely? is n rising young lawyer of the HartTfonl 1Ut in school? girl comers. ford bnr, and is deservedly popular That we have several new School-housAbout Hood's SarsaparHh; of Said That Prof. Alexander is proud Mr. D. S. Miller has a full force of. among his associates, while his bride near here and atl of them furhis spelling class? hands at work and has filled thc to-b- e is a highly cultivated young .ot-- j n.i..Uin MwnA kitra nnd auffere4 an nished with patent furniture? Tkriw him... z. uto, r think ha wnnM hT said.Btm Company's store with a fine lot of characctpt Ilool'f That Ab Yeiser wants to go into wy all mtlloln That Miss LuU Hickcy, George groceries and dry goods. He ships l.vlv, ppssessing all the traits comuif n the shoe business? t -t the Vil.t. Al Ml Knfliinmhttt Tirr amtK. Hickcy and Morgan Ashby visited about five car loads of coal every lty teristic of noble young womanhood fh .nrln i IlIlM tt I hait nil in M She has been connected with the That Henry Osborne tries ever so our school last week? I ro( anxiety el America e my and the mines are said to he in better .school interests of thc county for sev-er- il botUB of Hood'a fWiapirllla anfartrt 1 1 hard to look pretty? token it I felt m U I oould nndeitak That Roland Hamilton stands at condition than ever before. years, nnd is vcty popular among That Ab Yeiser thinks he is the the head of thc first division of the Tho President's Duties. William McCarty ami wife, of Ohio county's people. TiieRei'Uiilic-a- n Mr. v. MAnrti T hA & rthirn of nrlektv smirtcst boy in town? school in spelling, and that it is a WhitcsviUe, visited relatives here List w together with their ninny friends, Memed lppoiui to tuna up er nt That John Will Faith never goes tie between Annie Hickcy and John f week. without almost trlni rnyielf I piece. Jj throughout the county and State, exUion KM one more bollle and it hat not eal with any of the girls? Hamilton in thc second division? John Shores made n flying trip to tends congratulations in advance nnd eared the heat but I belHre It put my Mai Why thc boys don't clear off a victoria Sunday. That all thc girls in school are life. wishes them a long nnd happy larger play ground? struck on Jim Williams? Mr Dan Gillilnnd, who has been In. good condition. I adiUa all to Kte Positive economy, peculiar merit Why some of the girls don't get That Dan Mitchell made a flying on the sick list for several days, is Hood' Sarsaparilla In the prlnta4fVj. and wonderful medicinal power are all able to be out again. struck on C. J. Dunn. trip to Daviess last week? Gnonax swim, uraiae, 1 nas. The wedding bells, which have combined in Hood's Sarsaparilla. That J. C. Miller uses a 50 cent botThat Rev. B. F. Jenkins will begin Hood's Pill cure Sauna, Blak fcaadadi? I Try it. Hood's cures. BadlfMUon, BUlousoaa. Said y all drojptajs n stries of meetings at Bell's Run been tinkling in the distance, begin tle of perfume a week? to peal louder as time passes and we I That Henry Osborne and Owen next Sunday? SEND twelve cents in postage think we will have another wedding Thomas are great chums? That Thomas Hickey and wife are stamps to 39 Corcoran Building, Washto report in thc near future, if a cerington, D. C., and you will receive That Bat Nail makes lrequent trips visiting in Fordsville this week? tain young gentleman continues his PER MONTH tour copiesof Kate Fied's Washingto the Water Mill? wife pent a That Joel Elmore and visits to the hotel. inOwn containing matter of special In That a certain school girl has a few days last week in Fordsville. Marion Haynes happened to a very ton, terest. Give name and address, nnd mmle easily nnd honorably, without capicute way of saying "I guess?" rouuaviLi.K. serious accident Sunday night He tal, during jour uparo hours. Auy maa, The people ot Fordsville like this was driving along thc road near Rose-vill- e where you saw this ndvertisement. ly v oman,lioy, or Klrl enndo the work handThat a certain girl says a Center-tow- n Tolling ily, without experience. paper? when his horse became frightboy is her "best liken?" NntlilnR like It for Notice! offered before. Ourworkers There was n wedding near here ened and shied out to the side of the All articles for publication should be That Henry Carson says any girl No time wasted la this week? road, striking a stump and upsetting addressed to TiiuRKi'UiiLlCAN.Hart-ford- , always proiL.cr. who wants to marry can get him? learning the business. Wo teach you la That John Jones went to Horton the vehicle. A large brook was near a night how to cuccccd from tho first Ky., to'insure prompt attention. That Jesse Bean and Willie Moore hour. You can make a trial without e m and in falling his face and chest struck coming young men ot town? Sunday? are the to yoiircclf. Wo start you, furnish thc ice, breaking it, plunging him That the people of this place were Its just ns easy to try One Minute everything needed to carry on the busl-ik'Tnat the wedding will take place aucccsfii1ly, and guarantee into about four feet of water. The ice It's ngalnst failure If you but follow you our December 20th I hive been predicting? surprised to see Bill Millera'ta certain cut his face in several places, aud he Cough Cure as anything else. place Sunday as he seldom goes there? easier to cure a severe cold or cough simple, plain Instructions. Header, If Where John Vaught lelt his girl received a thorough soaking. He with it. Let your next purchase fora you nre In need of ready" money, and That Kelly Tabor is not as brave as best when he fell off the stepping stones? then had about four miles to drive, cough be One Minute Cough Cure. want to know all about tho send upaying your Daniel he is afraid to venture into leforo the nubile, and was'almost frozen when he got Better medicine; belter result; better business and wo will mall you a docuyou ought to hear Mose HudThat niMnss, the Lyons' den? ment clvlug you all tho particulars. back to his boarding house. Marion son tell his experience with the bear? That Emma T. and B. H. have says it does not pay to go to see the try it. L. B. Bean. m CO., Box 400, TRUE That Henry Osborne uses a box of made friends? Attention U. A. II. girls. blacking every time he shines his Augusta, Maine. All comrades of the Preston Morton That Ed has heart trouble, and he Mr. G. W. Kclley has quite n curishoes? Post No 4, arc respectfully invited tllin!? tllfr 1C .l ntivcjrinn in T ntlfc. osity. It is the skull of a d at thc Masonic Tht a certain society boy askeJ me vIc that can cure hm? Statement of the Condition calf. Mr. Kelley says the to attend the meeting not to use his name in this column Hall in Hartford, at 10 o'clock, a. ni. That a certain girl near here is I calf lived several hours after birth. OF THE any more? 1893, to elect The skull has four ears, four eyes on Saturday, Dec. 9th struck on a Panther Creek minor? officers for the next years term. That one of Hartford's little maidThat the girls are wearing their and four nostrils and two mouths. In Byordcr of John M. Bishop, Com. ens says she likes Mr. O. M. Felix best smiles now that Mac Smith has fact, the heads, are completely sepW. P. Render, Sergeant. pretty well? arated back to thc neck. This curiset out? That C. J. Dunn thought he was osity may be seen on exhibition at Stated meeting of thc Hartford going to strike something right a ' That Lon Johnson says it makes a thc hotel. Country Jav. Lodge, No. 675, F. & A. Mnsons, first fellow grow to spark the girls? few days ago? A.t tho Closo of Buainosa Monday night in each month. All Lite l MUrry That Ed Quiscnberry made a Juuo 30,1803. That David Howerton said he wish- brethren are invited to attend regular. To many people who have the taint cd someone would write him up in "mash" while attending the protractW. II. Mooku, W. M. of scrofula in their blood. The agoed meeting at Panther Creek? this column? II. WniNsiiEiMEii, Scc'y. nies caused by thc dreadful running ItESOUKCES. That Fordsville is going to be the That II. Pruden wen home with a manifestations of this sores and other Notes and Dills TVnllre to Conlrnrlor. f 76,205. 14 blue-eyegirl from the party last leading town in Western Kentucky, disease are beyond description. There Scaled proposals will be received by Real Estate 3,000.00 when the new county is made? Friday night? is no other remedy equal to Hood's the undersiglied up to 90'clock a. m. Furniture and fixtures . . . 1,500.00 Expenses paid 864.98 That W. H. Burton has started a . That we wish The Repuulican Sarsaparilla for scrofula, salt rheum January the 1st, 1894, for the mater- Cash on hand andin H'ks . .17,447.55 success? and every form of blood disease. It ial nnd construction of a brick wnll dog show and now gives free exhibiis reasonably sure to benefit all who around the Ohio County Court House, tions on the street corners? lEA.KIIKI.I. $99,017.67 That Chris Green has a new knife? give it a fair trial. LIABILITIES. upon the following plans and specifiThat Amos Carson says there are That Will Miller likes pig feet? Capital Stock $35,000.00 cations: only two houses in the United States Hood's Pills cures all liver ills. 5,250.00 The entire length of the wall will Surplus That Wm. Hardin has taken a that manufacture bananas? Reserve Fund Worl(i' Fnlr Jlrilnl Awnnlnl ProT. E, be 610 feet 470 feet of it to be 4 feet Interest and Exchange . . . 1,293.14 Dr. Alexander's moustache fresh chew of tobacco for this week? That W. Ninllli.nr Lexington, Ky. 3,047.59 field That Ed Jager and his bank mule Principal E. W. Smith, of the old high and 140 feet to be 2 feet high. Deposits 64,426.94 looks like an old broom-sag- e do not exactly agree? and reliable Commercial College of Thc entire wall is to be 18 inches thick that was burned while it was wet? $99.0'. .67 That Ernest Hicks is learning to Kentucky University, Lexington, Ky. and tc be constructed outot hard brick That Tom Morton has been looking JOHN II. HARNES.CASinim. and grounded in Poland cement and was awarded the Medal at the great at a catalogue for three weeks, pre- turn hand springs? Sworn and subscribed to before tne etc., Utica lime. The whole length of thc paratory to buying n diamond ring? That Jake Swears can hit the side Fair at Chicago for June 30. 1893. a of other honors and wall is to be laid in the ground two That a certain boy said the cutest gear to perfection? Rowan Hoi.iiiiooks, C. O. C. of his graduates. Prof. Smith's mail feet deep. girl-a- t the party last Friday night That you ought to have seen Jeff is large with congratulations and inSaid proposals must include the la- By Sinaiiv Tavlok, D. C. was the girl who did the singing? Parson Thanks giving? Our business continues to grow, as bor necessary to remove the present quiries of his famous College. That the prettiest girl in school has That if you wish to see a circus wooden wall around the Court House the above statement will show, both Write to Prof. Smith now. large blue eyes, long hair and fair drop around to the depot at train and to do all necessary ditching and in magnitude nnd prosjcrity. Two Public Naif! years ago a deposit of $25,000; one complexion, and is a member of time? grading. On Saturday, December 16th, I will y Prof. O. M. Shultz's History and $64,000. The right is reserved to reject any year ago $45,000; That Ernest Hicks can sleep fifteen offer for sale at my farm, miles cast 4 Geography classes? This is due to the fact that the young or all bids in the discretion of the hours and eat nine out of every twenty-fof Hartford, on the Horton and Hartmen arc beginning to realize that it is Court at its next January term. ive? I.EITCIIFIEM). ford road, to the highest and best bidnot the money made hut-thmoney John P. Morton, That Tom Hunter is learning the That G. W. Kelley Keeps a circus der, the following stock and property: saved that sets them up in business. Rowan Homirook, Millinery business. in lu's stable? Two head of horses, lot of young catThe man whojsaves each day and puts F. L. Felix, That D. S. Miller's pipe speaks for tle, several hogs, two milch cows and W. M. Waltrip is at linterest fifty cents, will in fifty Committee for O. C. C. itself? calves, I onelgood new wagon, lot of still confined to his bed? years be worth $58,000 RiciiI That F. W. nnd A. G. are afraid of hay, one road cart, one mowing ma We are here to assist the business That J. H. Nichols is uu the sick chine, been used one season, lot of the moaning of the wind? interests of the county, nnd we solicit list? and appreciate the account of every That Robert Ragland likes auburn plows and other farming utensils. That John Waltrip took Hardin hair? Terms of sale; Purchases under $5 pushing, enterprising individual or Coppage to jail (?) the other evening? cash; all over, on a credit ot six firm. JOHN.H.IlARNES,CAsmnu. That G. P. has a new beau? months, with approved security and m That there was a petition circulated That Cap Colbert is mad because interest from date. TOUtt FOTURB in this School District to put whisky S. O. P. Hall. out of her limits and it will have to his name is not spelled correctly? ceiling.floor-in- g That Ernest Hicks is our windy go the 10th of next April? A Fleninnt Oernmon. man? That Leitchfield will soon be the Last Saturday night, Messrs. HenThat Anderson Mercer is President ry Carson and T. J. Morton, the genhome of a good Republican paper? x-po- -i ial young proprietors of Carson & That The Repuulican gets better of the Etnaville Literary Society? Co's mammoth store, gave an oyster every issue? That Marion Haynes brokes the ice supper to a few of their many friends That Baily Tilford thinks he is a when he fell out of the cart? in their millinery parlor over their dude? , That Charlie Louis' head goes too store. It was a nice affair and all That "Katie Did" would make a fast for his feet? who were fortunate enough to receive & good editor? That Dink Pierson never smiles an invitation enjoyed it hugely. That George A Cubbage is on the any more? Mrs. M Y. Johnson chaperoned the sick list? young people. m m That it John Thornting's mouth That C. J. Yeager is the most pop- had been any larger he would have Those present were: G. B. Likens, DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve cleansjwcgfcfagE,;; ular man in town? Miss Rachie Sanderfur; O. J. Thomas, es, purifies and heals. It was made swallowed his ears? IS IN TOUR OWN ITANn.V Miss .Emma Fair;Jno T. Moore, Miss for that pnrpose That Leitchfield has the best paved Use it for burns, That the reason James Snyder is so Eva Morton; S. A, Anderson, Miss to Wlwktf the lfaMttn 7001 streets of any town its size in thc cuts, bruises, chapped hands, sores i,.ri,?u!irr Indicate. It will (mate you. If noikUur tuart, short, so much of him is turned Elva Morton; A R. Carson, Miss Des-si- e State? of all descriptions and if you have Iwjth of the Cms OF UPuiiKllcal.. pioulbl. down at the feet? Duke; T. J. Morton, Miss Ruth piles use it for them. L. B. Bean. :) 1MUCKLOT 5t?..t0.whlf?. 3roa wU1 " That the Mayor of Leitchfield LINK OF rVtiVy ,hI7,yr. That John Curtis' mouth looks like Coombes: Marvin Bean, Miss 'Ida KnifTiTlJi?i,M Ln,In .PO' : uelear LINE Olf thought of resigning when Mayor or rlchea. Both combined meta KOIirUNK, Duke; Henry Carson, Miss Laura Coughing leads to Consumption; M..c.e'.' In.l"?i D5J ou mot keep op with modem Harrison, of Chicago, was murdered? a sink hole? Kemp's Balsam stops, the cough at Hero.it ! Fam"7 Mailne, to atlractlrely Render. That Robert Nelson never calls unerery member of the family U iiru. coMwitn. The young people will long remem- once. SVHtfuJ.' !! UOIOn mrlne In one. A CLEAR B That John Allen was all smiles til after eight? WSS ber the many courtesies shown them FITS. AH fits stopped fiee by Dr. H? 9,H?AilJ Paefl life; tl.o Werwlf .0F .KAT Friday night? That June Harrison loves a LINK OF IIKALTH on this occasion by Messrs. Carson Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. No jrooked. A ;r Demomt'i. No " nemo niaM " ' '"" in That Al Gray likes the color of and Morton, and all join in wishing fits after first day's use. Marvelous nany otAer macailne publUbes m tlnrie the home drtfe. Yoa w ' cures. 1 realise and $2.00 trial bottle M lublect to to Interest of high eplrlti or deenosd black? them success in their business. extreme OftM1 , free to Fit cases WW.V4 a,v Tf iVItllC, eney " yoa uaio tb OIKDLK OF VCntillWCa v vii,A miflrM IrMnnn dkanfiei.d. n That Porter McDowell wishes he ! .b2A!! 1 Arch St. , Phila. , Pa. by For sale 93 Dr. Ed Ford, of Fordsville, is in At Home. was young? all druggists; call on yours. 36 ly 7?nwlllrecelreaMlle7 of exqul.itorkjofar town. ... .. tL Having had an excellent season "on lTx3lnche. I'm a DiUyl" which ! almost ami That R, II. likes cabbage? John Thornting nnd wife nre visit- the road" with my splendid photoLane's Medicine moves thc Bowels b,yi2? "ly'l t Mif orltlaU oil nlnllihicl ? graphing outfit I have now establish- every day. In order to be hsalthy w?'Jr'Jiin?bT70a "'' h"' m,f "I" that cannot That Inez likes ing at Roseville. S?S,uf.tod lt ll tb wo,1a that boaoUfal Miss Sue Phillips is very sick of ed my gallery permanently at my this is necessary. Sli'lSi 23" "V, .iBbJ'T "alter, '" will keep That K. C. is partial to Gray? new house in Beaver Dam, Ky., where r2?.pW?.111 the loplca of the day, awl all tim typhoid fever. about IIm &?& 4''r'ii"Ve?,;.0' I am fully equipped for doing all That Alva Carter is looking sad? Bnlldlnaj Mnterlnl. 23! id,..b6"dt '"'MM IntereeUnc rtadW A very successful meeting is being kinds of photographic work, CabiThat F. C. likes the name of John? Any one needing bultding material SSTiVltSS- f..',ub'2 .MBS" lt Instantaneconducted at Roseville by Revs. net photo's a specialty. yon R"f,,tpattern yon Ih to om dartnS That Jiinmie Carter likes old maids? Coleman and Birch. Call of any kind, such as lumber, celling, ous photographs of children. X09 thooe. Bend la flooring, windows, sash, doors, lime, ,.701' iSd..'n at"' " only U 00, and yon wtM and see my work. Very truly. yonr rabtcrlpUon once, Miss Eva Pirtle took advantage of That K. C. wishes a certain girl aHyt A. D. Taylor. cement, or builders hardware, would ' Htner. W. orer 123 00 Jermlnr Demote. It Eat 14th 8C, Thanksgiving by visiting her parents was dead? do well to call on or write to Cary & l HanatnY ttnlt aed" ",c,,,,,",,,l w,,k " A Great Fnmlly Nrtwapaper. UANQLbi mean That Dr. String visits school quite near, Hartford. aTmn.TtUANaJST pnemiltT: low FITOT rilVwiC Or TOTOWC popular Misses Florence Wright and Emma illustrated family Marble, Owensboro, Ky. That often? stroniwlli; LOSO SECOND DIVISION. nuwoS Kelley visited WhitcsviUe last week. newspaper, Pennsylvania Grit, which Onljr n Boy ambltlnn , thriflfsiTimH fcJrj.?f".L-That John Dodson thinks he is Allie Connate, of Fordsville. spent is now sold in every State in the The above charming booklet sent handsome? I and MBHCtWT. 10' ist liTrifiJ J""JBJ.'2r "' Thanksgiving in this place. He did Union, east of the Rocky Mountains,-no- t by mall for One Dollar. BOMtaWMl That Robert Pirtle likes to go down tell his business, but it, is under- - is giving to those who cut out the fr G. Wright, Richardsville, Ky, eitE"1" ,0 p0,MM ttf --" ,,,,. .... DO YOU KNOW PS' Will-iamspo- 1- I Tu. SHAKESPEARE es v- tr HoocTsSCuret 120 DOLLAR8 Your Locality money-mnklngc- ic ss two-heade- Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK d book-keepin- C2 --t to-da- e That-theRc- Building Material. Any one needing building material of any kind, such as lumber, windows, sash, doors, lime, cement, or builders hardware would do well to call on or write to JJUi? Vj.fesif BK Gary O wensboro, Ky. Marble, A ?) V J0?' ?Si I honey-Combs- f' 1 "" ,1. ri jr .I 11 . fl ', 1' x ,? A . '& .. M AP. L. j )mw itjimmw pDMMMSp - -- r wirn N 1 ! GORGEOUS 1? r 'I j -- LS THE ONLY WORD THAT CAN EXPRESS 4 - FAR BROS. jit" V -- 3. 6 OF 50 dozen CD'S IMMENSE DISPLAY TOYS v4 2w?--. ns, AND FANCY GOODS! iT" . ' wr Toys of ovcrj description aud otovory Nation may bo fonnd there. Dolls, French Dolls, English Dolls, Doll heads, Dressed Dolls, Doll Carriages, Wagons, Chain, Stools. Bedsteads, Cradles, Folding Bcd, Drum", Horns, Tables, Bureaus, Wnrhstnnds, Writing Desks, Ocean eJteamors, Bail Boats, Steam Yachts, Guns, Swords, Tree Ornaments, Paint Boxes, Rubber Bills, Celluloid Balls, Magic LanternsTin . Toys of all kind, including Horses, Lions, Elephants, Sheep, Boosters, Deer, Goats, Stables full of Horses and Vehicles. Noah's Arks, Ten-PiHobby Horses, Drays, Carts, Trucks, Doll Sofas, Dog Carts, Tin Stoves, Tin Kitchens, Utensils, Britannia Dishes, China Dishes in Dinner anil Tea Sols, Vases, Carlsbad Chinas Dresden China, Gold and Silver Bronze Lamps and Pitchers, Mirrors, Ink Stands, Toilet Sets, Manicure Sets, Glove and Handkerchief Boxes, ClothBnund Books, Albums. Linen Books, Pasteboard-Bac. Books, all the New Games, including Chesiiidin,Ilouin Hood, Alphabet Gnmo, Kohla or World's Fuir Game, Puzzles, Blocks, and every other Toy that could gratify a child, s wish. k L.rV' Clothing Department. . WwSS We are prepared to show AX Ohio county. from $s to 15 you the best Clothing in Can show you n line of nit Wool Suits Hlegant line of Overcoats at prices to 30"otorL 23ex,irtxn.n.t. Wc lnvc over handkerchiefs for the Holiday trade all the newest and latest patterns. Silk handkerchiefs in Brocaded and Plain, prices running from 25c to 75c each. Indies fine Plain and Bordered handkerchiefs Sccucli. Very fine Mull handkerchiefs Ladies pure linen initial handkerchiefs Men's' fine gingham bordered handkerchiefs 5c each, Men's pure linen cambric handkerchiefs 4 for 25c, extra quality. Iidies pure linen handkerchiefs, scolloped edges at 15c. Ladies very fine linen handkerchiefs 25c to 50c. Latest novelties in head rest, fancy table scarfs, chcraille table covers, fancy embroidered goods, all kinds. Rope silk, fancy balls, embroidery, silks, ice wool.satines.all hades.for fancy work. suit the times. Wc are again in the lead with for goods BOOts this line. Come to its that will wear you through the entire winter. TZGJ?ll?-tl3CLCTXt. and snoes. at Manufacture's iac. 8c. & , - cost, now until which we propose to sell at their price from January 1. Handsome Black Cloak trimmed In fur $5.00. Very Fine Cloaks In brown.tan and gray, with and without collar, only $5.00. Extra value in Ladles Black ' and Very fine Blue Cloaks, worth $10.00: our price, $7.50. Tan Cloaks $8.00, worth 10.00. They must go for we surely did not buy them to keep. Wc have also a line of Ladies Cloth for Capes. The very thing you want. Ifor big bargains in the above line, see us without fall. ClOaU. a new line We have received Wo have only spaco to mention a few of our many Xmas Novelties. If you will visit us wo will guarantee to show you tho largest nnd best elected stock of Novelties in Ohio county. Although it's early yet, but these goods aro moving rapidly, so join tho procession and come to rce us. Wo remain yours truly, Wishing in advance each of our customers a merry Xmas nnd prosperity in tho year 1894, F-aSa-XEe I selected from our staple line will be one by which you can be remembered a long time. We can show you a line of dark prints in patterns only, at per yard. Also, a beautiful line of dark prints at 5c. Handsome line of tnrkey red prints, at 6c. Pure American Indigo's, 6c. Extra Linen Damask, 25c. Very best quality of Damask, 50c. Fine line of napkins, 50c 75c and $1. per dozen. Pure Linen towels, 25c 50c 75c and $1 per pair. Extra line of flannels, at 15c 20c 25c and 35c per yard. Dress flannels, all wool, 25c Dress, all grades and of the latest values, 10c to $1.50 per yard. Very fine line of gingham, from 5c to per yard. These and many others are suitable Xmas presents. Visit us for them. A Stctlple 3DIa,rt2XLXl.tpresent 6c - I2c BKOS. at Carson &Co's. at Tracy & Son's. 5& CO. O. I'nm.w, Di'.citMnim 8, 1893. h to Hall's for your meat. Eggs and Butter at W. H. Williams.' Try Stevens & pickles. ' Collins W. sweet rop corn, in the car. at II. Wil- liams. ' Fresh Sausage constantly on hand at Hall's. Fresh bread constantly on hand at all'. Freth FrutU and Oysters at Stevens & Collins. 3. O. P. Hall keeps oysters, sar. dines, etc. Bring your fur and hides to W II Williams. Freshest Groceries at Stevens & Collins. Cranberries, 10c per quart, at W.H. Williams., Meat! Meat!! Meatlll At Hall's in abundance. GWe S. 0. F. Hall n call when you want meat. W. II. Williams' is headquarters WO for Bananas. Everything in Hall's meat-sho- firat-clas- s order at 2olbs of granulated sugar for $1, at W. H. Williams.' in Hall has the leading meat-sho- p Green River country, the Call n Stevens & Collins and sec their ew stock of groceries. Olives, For Gherkins, Chow-Choetc., call on Stevens & Collins. Call on Hall for staple and fancy groceries. He has a nice supply. ?rf Hall's business continues to He keeps everything fresh. e. Hall handles the wonderful Japanese Oil. It Is wonderful, indeed. Try a bottle. Williams for Chow Chow, Sweet pickles, Olives, Horse Saddishes & etc. GotoW. H. Judge J, S. Glenn nnd family left Wednesday to spend a week visiting friends near Beaver Dam, Oysters served at all hours day or nlkt, at Hall's stand. Remember Wie place.opposlte the Hartford House, A large stock ofSTAPLE and FANCY groceries, wholesale and retail, aenstantly on hand, at W, II. Wil- liams.' W. H. Williams' Is headquarters for NICE ,NEW HOMINY CURRANTS, DRIED APPLES, PEACHES, raisins, flj, dates &etc. The new Pension Board was organised Wl"e3day with Dr. J,Jt Mitch-el- l, President: pr. A B. Batrd, Secre- . t rtaryi Dr. J. D. Maddox, Treasurer. .These are expellent gentlemen and vylli give satisfaction. , ' J k V - J LOADED SHELLS at Tracy & Mr. Mark McClure, of Uitchfield, Son's. was n pleasant caller Tuesday. Fresh MACARONI at Tracy & Miss Lena Carson gave a pleasant Son's. social'at the Hartford House last FriThe big stock of Shoes is at Carson day night. & Co's. For Sams A fine young horse. 300 Umbrellas to select from at Cheap for cash. Apply to Carson & Co's. S. A. Anihsrson, Hartford. Ky. 25't3 N. O. Sugar for $1.00 in cash Mr. L. M. Render, who has been nt Carson & Co's. sick for some time witk typhoid feDon't fail to see the novelties in ver, is improving. Umbrellas at Carson & Co's. A Masonic lecture and supper will The Rocking Chairs are the talk night of the town at Carson & Co's. be given at Rockport for the benefit of the LoJgc at that Powder, Shot, Wads and Caps are place. at Tracy & Son's in abundance. Misses I.yda and Bertie Morton TWENTY-FIVcents CASH gets entertained a few friends last Saturone package of ARBUCKLE'S CofTce day night. Relteshments'were servat Tracy & Son's. ed nnd all enjoyed the occasion. Try Tracy & Son for New England J. D. Chapman, after successfully Pie Preparation. The only place conducting a restaurant at Chicago where it can be found. during the World's Fair, is spending CELERY, CURRANTS, PRUNES, a few weeks visiting friends here nnd RAISINS and MINCE MEAT all NEW at Beda. can be found at Tracy & Ron's. Mr. Cicero Burton, who for the past Call on C. R. Martin for nice Xmas several years has lived at Jhc far end goods. He will have a beautiful lot of the levy, north of town, has taken of new goods In a few days. Wait charge of Rowan Holbrook' farm, just Miss Collins, our Milliner, is albelow town and will move his family ways on hand, ready and willing to there in a few days. tell you just what will suit you in a Carson & Co. The merchant who refuses to ad- Hat.t vertise has plenty of time to sit We head our announcement column around and cry Just this week with the name of Mr. D. L. watch the stores and see who is getMiller as a candidate for Assessor, ting the trade. The people are read- subject to the action of the Democrating the papers and don't you forget ic party. Mr. Miller is a clever, enit. Trade with our advertisers. ergetic young farmer and teacher, and is eminently qualified to fill the Any one would know Jrom the unShould usual broad smile Bob Crowe wears office to which he aspires. that something has happened to make it ,be our portion to have a Assessor, Mr. Miller Well the Democratic him uncommonly glad. truth is a daughter made her appear- would make as good one as could be ance at his home Suuday.Dec. the 3d, found. weight, ioyi pounds and Bob is the Henry Levy, who forthepast fifteen happiest papa in town.' years has been connected with Mr. A. The large ax handle factory of the Godshaw's general store and leaf toTurner, Day & Wood worth Man fac- bacco business at Beda, has closed toring Co., Branch, began out his interest there aud leftlas operation last Friday at noon. Mr. Tuesday for Bowling Green, where he W. L. Graves, the young timber mnn, will enter the grocery business. Henis the manager and the factory adds ry has been a familiar figure about greatly to the business of the town. Beda for so long that he will be greatHorse Branch begins to .put on the ly missed by his many friends, who appearance of a manufacturing point, wish him success in his new home. and it bids fuir to become in a few' A fat, sober, jolly and prosperous years one of the best towns in the old farmer living out in the county county. recently received through the mail a very startling communicrtion. It was Messrt. Shelby Taylor, of Beaver a bill for barrel of whisky. Dam, nnd W. H. Barnes,of this place, Now the good old farmer never drank were admitted to .the bar here at the any whisky in all His life, but he last term of court. Mr. Taylor is a went to town to ferret out the missplendid young man, and is. very When he arrived, however, popular, having been In the merchan-til- e take.half-barre of the had business at Beaver Dam for sevbeentaken charge of by a young buseral years- - He is now attending law school in Louisville. Mr. .Barnes is a iness man, of the same surname and whom it was intended, only the successful teacher of the county.grad-uatin- g for man had somehow few wholesale at Hartford College a years ago, where he won the prize in failed to get the right name. Now, the question (?) arises as to, what that the Oratorical- Contest." AVe wish;, young business man wants with so them much success. much whisky in a prohibition county? E hard-times. sc high-lonesom- W H. WILLIAMS LEADS. Charley God.shaw, Owensboro, was in town Monday. See the Neckwear SOUR-KRAUT Mr. C. R. Martin is confined to his room with the grip. 25lbs of BEST N. at W. H. Williams. Sugar for $1 Mrs Mary A. Thomas is dangerously ill and is scarcely expected to Mr. J, L. Carson, who has been at Pleasant Ridge for some time, came home Wednesday. Read Fair Bros. & Co's big "ad." They ofler some rare bargains. It will pay you to visit them. The annual election of Officers of Hartford Lodge No. 675 will be held on Wednesday, Dec. 27,1893,2 o'clock p. m at the Hall in Hartford. All members are requested to be present. W. H. Moore, W. M. H. Wkisheimkr, Sec'y. 19 3t Remember that the old and reliable jeweler, C. R. Martin, has moved in the store of A. D. White, where he is ready to wait on you at any time. You can get any kind of jewelry at the lowest cash prices. He will be glad to see his old friends nt any time. The Alhambra Renovating Co , now at our landing, is the best our country ever knew. Their machinery is steam power, and they use in cleansing feathers from 80 to 100 pounds of steam,' while machines heretofore used comparatively none, and so they made a complete botch of their work. This Company have just arrived from Calhoon and Livermore, where they cleaned over'3o,ooo pounds of feathers, and will refer the people of Hartford and vicinity to a few well known names below, for whom they did work: Mrs. Judge W. B. Noe.J. D. Prultt, Isaac Gilleinore; V. 'Stateler, Jos. Towery, John Mosely, Dr. Haynes, W. T. Dorris, Chas. Gillemore, Allen Bryant, Gip Gary, Calhoon, Ky.; James Mosely, W. E. Lashbrook, Aaron Mosely, Col. Hackct, Liver-morKy. e, Online t (tie Cnnin in iirilio Trouble. Editor kkpuhmcan. In reply to the article, "An Interesting service," which appctrc 1 in Titu Rhi'Um.ican 01 xxov. 111c 24m, '93, 1 would say Bird Weaver was undercharges of unchristian conduct and he left the nnd organized one of his own, and with some tough fellows as well as smile good christians, whom he duped by misrepresentation and artifice, took charge of our Church nnd locked it against all who refused to obey him In every thing he played the supreme ruler in all matters pertaining to the Church. Those of the members who did most toward building the house and payinjr the expenses of the Church refused to go j with him, as they believed the draw offwasaruse to keep from being tried for his misconduct. Our Association ordered the loyal members of the Church to take possession of it, and employ a pastor and keep up regular services on our regular meeting days, which was done some two months back. Old Ves Jones, a fair specimen of degraded humanity, had two of us arrested and taken to the county-sea- t fqr trial, where the County Attorney, in disgust, ordered the case dismissed. The meeting referred to three weeks ago was our new pastor's first meeting, his appointment being for 2 o'clock p. 111. on Saturday and 11 o'clock a. in. on Sunday. One of ourmembers went to Weaver's appointment nt 11 a. m. on Saturday, with the intention of remaining until our appointment at 2 o'clock the same day, and when their meeting closed he refused to leave the house, when he was led out and the doors locked. He it was after our congregation began to arrive went through the window and opened the door. A part of the Weaver congregation remained around or near the house the most of the time our meeting was going on, threatening and trying to keep all from going in they could. On Sunday morning we had an appointment for social service and prayer meeting at an early hour and had just commenced when the Weaverites' came in force and undertook to rout us out by snatching the Bible from our pastor in the stand and raising a general racket, but failed and "retreated in great confusion all the time our preacher was preaching, and when the meeting was over, the writer and the most of our congregation left and are not responsible for the lies of Weaver and his gang of toughs. The house is ours by a decision of the highest Ecclesiastical authority known by our denomination, to wit, the Association, which holds Constitutional Appellate jurisdiction in all the cases that arise in the Churches. We are not the excluded members, as "Interesting Service" has it, but on the contrary, we are and have been all the lime, loyal, law abiding members of Green River Union Church and Green River Union Association nnd have always refused to go off with the Weaver Rebellion to try to cover up his shameful conduct. As regards weaver being in a majority in the Church, as stated in the article, "Interesting Service," I will say by consulting the minutes, we numbered two hundred and thirty-fiv- e members at the time Weaver drew ofTand not more than twelve voted to go with him, there being more than forty members present, Four voted against it and a great majority not voting, wanting time to consider our Church Rules, which requires a ma jority of the members present to de cide the most simple question. At our next meeting after the draw off a request to reconsider, signed by double the number of members voting to go with Weaver, was promptly refused by Weaver and from that good day nntil now there have not been one third of the members at the house. A large majority were so outraged at Weaver's conduct they have quit coming, some have joined other churches. The attendance at Weaver's meetings has fallen off more than four-fiftsince the draw off. John P. Rowu, Centertown, Ky., Dec. 4, 1893. M oi-'- II ev. Illrtl THE CHXMXTE7 To our store is so Large that SANTA HOLIDHY CLAUS CIFTS Will bo abio this Yoar to Sproad for Our Pa tronsan Unusually Comploto Lino of For young and old We have taken pains to select a complete assortment in every line kepfcln our big store, in fact, have added to our already immense stock what we did not have, for the Holiday trade. We have not the time or space to mention every article or give prices, but if you will come to see us, we will show you that we can and will give you more goods for One Dollar than any other house in Hartford. Come once and you will come again. i , 1 Remember the place: CARSON & CO (Successors to Anderson's Bazaar) Next door to Bank ol Hartford. A COLD WINTER , Is predicted by the weather WISEACRES and OYERCOATS and CLOAKS will be needed like the Texas Boy needed his pis-t- ol, "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. Come at once. tsa v- i.i 1 IHIOCCErEiZR Sz CO. Beaver Dam, Ky. BUSINESS COLLEGES , 11 A Horrible AffiUr. One of the most terrible accidents happened at Taylor Mines this county, last Wednesday night that has ever occured in the history of the county. After the miners had finished the day's work, and as Mr Riley Hughes was preparing his powder next day's blasting as was his usual custom, one of his children found a moistend lump and took it to his father and in order to show the child it was dangerous he threw it in the fire. It at once ignited throwing sparks throwing sparks over the room, some of which fell in the powder can, causing a terrible explosion, literally blowing the house to atoms, killing, almost instantly,, Mrs. .Hughs and a daughter. All were badly burned nnd a son may yet die. It is thought the others may recover, At the sound of the explosion the neighbors gathered in and to their horror they found their neghbor's house in ruins and him and his fatullg Ina.bad .condiv tion. S n TheBoalneTeaeherm' Auoelatlon Convened at Rosine Saturday, Nov. the 25th. Superintendent Rogers was present and thq meeting was quite interesting in all its details. The Committee submitted the following program for next meeting: Attention, Its Importance and how to Secure it W. G. Steward, Albert London Winter Work for Teachers A. P. Thomas and R. A. Byers. Importance of Teachers' Associations L. B. Mills U. Cf Barnett and Sue Monroe. What I Have Done this Month F. L. Sanderfur and Henri Hammonds. The use of the Globes and Maps G. S. Fitzhugh and Mrs. J. A. Wedding. How to spend Recess and Playtime Ella Herring, G. W. Miller and Henry Leach. Reitation Nettie Rogers. Declamation U. C. Barnett. Recitation Lavinia Myers. Paper J. S. Fitzhugh. When Superintendent Rogers visited the Secretaries' School he stated that he had corresponded with Superintendent Thompson on the sub ject of the time of holding the Asso ciation in the difTerentdlstricts. Superintendent Thompson says the county Superintent has power to call these Associations to meet on Friday and that the teachers who attend shall receive their salary for so doing. Superintendent Rogers, therefore, orders that the teachers in the Rosine Magisterial District shall assemble at Rosine, Friday, Dec. 15th, at 1 o'clock p. m. G. W.Mim.kr, Vice Prcs. Lucy B. Townsknd, Sec'y. CPFNCFMAN t 'VKnoa Louisville, B Book-Keepi- m W ? '. f warn m vi m Bbb unoorporatkoj Tho groat practical hbLBOoueges. They Klvo a Business Tralnlnir. and tuccesn. nnd Shorthand Catalogue free. rjsuwport to business Spencor, Pres't, J. V. Kish, Soo'y. Address Spenoerlan College at !M t Ky., Owensborp, Ky., or Evansvllle, Ind. V,! & The W. D. Boyce Co., of Chicago, want a good hustling boy or girl in every town in the United States and Canada to sell their famous weekly illustrated papers, the Saturday Bladb and the. Chicago Lkdger. 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. Hent With Hie Order. The C. F. Rislcy Co., Wholesale Druggists, 62 Cortlandt St., New to sell the great illustrated Family Newspaper, "Pennsylvania Qrit' Best selling paper published. Good, live boys mako from 50c to (5 every Saturday. Bend for free eamplo copy and full particulars to GRIT PUBLISHING! CO., Williameport, Pa. WANTED tSSSofi ,o-- J .i " $1 Not one minute elapses between the taking of One Minute Cough Cure and relief. Why shouldn't peopla take One Minute Cough Cure? They should. They do. L. B. Bean. And those troutlod with nerrouioeu ruultlna from carp or pmwork will be relieved by Using "a ? -- v Neuralgic l'ertona Brown's Iron JBUters. aamli York, ordered a large supply of Drum-mond- 's tiai trsdo mark ind crossed tad llaes ea wrfpc. Lightning Remedy for Rheumatism, and sent this with his order: "It is strange that your remedy is not more generally known, as its efb.. fects on rheumatism are simply marveloussuperior to any rheuinntic medicine we have ever sold." This is high praise, but the remedy fully deserves it. If you have the rheumaPro. K. W. Bmltk, Prin. Commercial Collet tism you cannot afford to do without oi Ky UnlTcrilij, Leilniton, K7., was awarded this great remedy any longer. . Ask MEDAL AND DIPLOMA UTOSITNN, your druggist for it, or send to the WarBT THE. MOULD'S COLUMBIAN sua ilewral HjUtt .rBMli-liel- i KVIucatlan. cu. Coal 10 compl.la Banian Drummond Medicine Co., lloil uewCoune about au,lnclndlDftultlon.booke fbonoaraphT. Typo Wmiim I Maiden Lane, New York. Agents and board. Uuibl. YorrtrcuLrt.sddma, r.' T.lerrenbv W aa. saiTH. aainiuuv wanted. IO V - 7 ' 48-5- 0 V Is I'V tZs s a iHV " ... X"akasu f - n , . Ti . - ' - 'I , v "' ' "' ' "'. tA. - '. y V "" ' " i "" jp up, she caiightjolin'acyca bent steadBLB-fily upon her. Perhaps they showed fit.T ll. 1'. KUSSJiM. IN N. Y. rmtss. his feelings all too plainly, for rosy Friday, Dkckmiikr 8, 1893. WE 0UARA9.TI.R A CUKE red spread over her face and brow, mill lllvuil inn Inrvit VBiuiiu iiivcmiiraiinn ua inuur rriiionillill. G rover stood on the nnd rising hurriedly she said: deck, lty nnd tho merits of oar Tnbluu. Whence nil but him had fled; "It is very warm in here, will some "rED OUH THE BICYCLE GIRL. His silver bill around his neck I TESTIMONIAL! one take me to a cool place, please?" , And vctoc3 in his head. TIic blujclo (,'lrl la plump ami mum), U,lllAimnli.Mi.ln.i,.ii..H mmrmri0m . ....T.TT " . r7.w" All were eager to honor, but John Her checks nro rnsy, licr skin Is hrowncd, Mcknpiw, nml may bo r! ven In a cun of tcaor coffwi ,thmf Tttf,ni.m "'I " " " .. Not beautiful, he stubborn stood, . . . llcr 0) cs iro bright Itli health. .j was first. So, with a nod nnd a smile ... luiuutuiuy inn nnnnni. wnn miii fniiii.ii BwiiBiuuKiDtfurcuowingin a rowdayt, ., . " " n licr modest kowii nf nvy blue, And sought to rule the storm; to those she left, Ruth walked out ilKUNKKNNftu' aM m HHH NK HAH Bho gets nil lhaadmlrntinn tluo .., . .... .UV,I1UA1UJ A creature of the Mugwump blood, uuiiu uuknu vuuib ud 1110 pari 01 Ton w Oman's crcnlrot wraith. into the cool, sweet air, leaning on " muiiBuui uiir 91'UUAL, IVKMULA UULU CURB TADLUTS Though Democrat in form. tho frco tno of IJquor Her (lcsh la linn nnd Iter mnclesMrnn2, A FBI John's nrm. pblnpuntl Mich trmona thoy minll voluntarily rIto thorn up. or Morllcr rounded limb mlKht.ucll belong His parly called, he would not go VOipnapnrtlciilnninniliininnlilctortosilinimlAliifrnn.niiH" t.ii a . ;. To a eoddcu of olden time. hn rrlfln tn ilt ri nrfnnd u.. TcstimaHMrt Without the Mugwump's word, As alio glides nloiur on licrsllent wheel tlon with persons who havo hoon cured by tho uso of ourTAnLKTS. Several months hnvc passed, bringThe winds through I'effer's whiskers All men Admire, for nil men feel . HILL'S TABLETS nro for ealo by alt miwt-clabfrom porsorm ing to Ruth many new and pleasant That her Igor la aubllmo. blow, unmitlMsnt I.OO nor unckniro. If yinirdriiKslstUocs not krrp them, cnoloso ns tl.OO who have been But Grover never heard.' experiences A watchful, loviuir. care Then linll to the bicycle clrl.Knd long Hay alio lUo and grow mora atrong, Tablet. curod by the use of He called aloud. "Say Gresham, say, seems to surround her always now, Writojrmir namo nnd ruldromplnlnlj-- , nnd stnto Aan noman ought to do. whether TnbloLs nro for Tobacco, Morphine or Till her weaker sinters alo try two strong bands are ever willing to II yet my task be done With her In her health and her strength to vie, Protection have we busted up, no not nn nrjcnivcn into 5. fulfill her slightest wish, and. turn And got them blej clcs loo. nlflffrtllfvnw4akiaBftnKAkak.B St. c "j ' "" iwiuiiBiiuKuuis iiint nrn a.nit for Knglnnd won?" Toronto MalL The Onto Chemical Co,: which way she will, still there by her olToriMi for mi In. Anlc fnr H"TT.T.a DEAR SIR! I havo boon ntlnir vm euro for tobacco habit, and found it wnniA CockrcllP'oncengain he cried side lingers one ready to comfort, "Speak, Munufiictiirril only by uw wuni juu ci ni in iur iu 1 UBCa Mil Ctntt Oil, let me hear from Vest," GOODBY. worth of tnoiitmnfrnatrhitwinir iniuifnaii council and protect her. So iu the AD(1 from ono to flvn plmim TIIIC nri wnnM imnV. But ninnddcclnred, "The waysdivide" quiet twilight time, the tender confrom tim to fortvnlnrnnf totmrrn. Ifn h And he was going West. nnd smoked for tvrontvtlvti rnnm. nnrl twnhnwM OHIO CHEMICAL CO, Tlio two friends bnd finished their dinfidences given nnd the happy evenOf your Tablet curod mo ho I Iim o no desire for It. 11. M. JA YLOUD, JLosllc, Mich. ner. From tho windows of tlio enfo thoy Champ Clark was writing upa speech ings spent together, the old, sweet EI.E3 4 CGOptnniock, overlooked tho boulcvnrd, which at this About that "Western man," Tub Onto Omtuirui. rv.! im .! I . story of love went on, until one day, LIMA, OHIO. hour wna crowded with peoplo. Tho for tl.OO worth nf Tour Tnlllf-l- fnr Tntmrrn llnlill I And Altgeld was prepared to teach thftnl nil rlffllt mill, nit Finn 0h Iivnalwllin liua.mnbn.ii .w.ta in answer to an old, old quest eon, i.kakl soft breezes that sweep through tho The new anarchist plan. PAnTICULAItS thoy did tho work In loss than throoitdvu. I nm cured. streets of Paris on wnrtn summer nights Ruth shyly whispered a timid "yes " Truly yours, A1AT1IEW JOHNSON.r.O.Boxtt. fanned their cheeks, Inviting them to go FREE. Maynard was studying how to steal Pifriinftfli ! All this time another li.ul been TnBOntO CnKMICALOo lEWTt.IMtt! It trivia mn nlnniin n t!V down among tho trees, somowhero, For Hill nnotln-- r place; M v twin wna iimnuiu Word of rtrnlM fnr vnnr Tnhlpt-afifiiwi wooeing Ruth in his own odd way. to dream of moonlit streams, InNew Jersey Democrats appeal ltnuor.nnd throuirh friend. I wnn lnl tAtrvvmirTniiUi oonntnut dtinkor. but nftrr unlnir vourTnlilrti hut i hrrmUv iin.inh.T... hnnnitfitHMVtn Young Edmond Belmont worshiped spired poems and chanting nightingales, For winter gambling race. nnd Will not tOUCh llOUOr Of nv kind. linvn wnltfwt fnnp mnnlh tMfnrM wpMIhJ Ono of them, Henri Simon, said to lili you, In order to know tbo euro wua pcnuoncuU at this shrine. When in answer to Tuura truly. MIUC HELEN MORM50V. I,ochrer. was busy writing names companion, with n profound sigh: question, in a timid, the to me Of pensioners refused, "I feel thnt I am growing old, my TnP.OntnPitiMini!.rft'-nrvrrTuifTAMThlf.ti . . u ,.v IUI MIIIKIIUIIUVIU ill 'III J CsMWH "Sho, too, wna touched, and sho fal- And Bissell playing at the games .i..i anwivtn itnvnnArw. miNyl vut V; trusting manner she told of the love friend. On such n night ns this in days Ir"'" tlA Itl inornnlno. nrtHMiprtiilpnllp. fnr lAVtm vrairi. nml Imvii luwn V. U)TKQ two package- - of your TubluU, nnd without nny t ffort on my part. tered: 'I am much changed, I know, but L. she bore good John, he begged her Of postmasters abused. AT. gono by I was keenly allvo to tho pleasIt Is only natural. I nm a mother now .Aciurcfi" till Orucra to ures of existence Tonight I havo nothnot to cast him off, 68 nothing but n mother n good mother. Gresham was working nt his best, RESPONSIBLE ing but regrets. Llfo Is bhort nt best.'" OM8 "Your are my good angel, Ruthic, ACfNTS WANKO A project low nnd mean, Ho was n man about 45 years old, a Farewell to everything clso thnt is t,.M IKfl. Rl -.- .-- . 1 rwi fTK rnnm nuli .miMi umu passed. I did not think that you would To crush republics in the West and if you throw me aside I will have flnnrlUnrnlPMiiiu.nllmilM.H.nn.t littlo stout nnd qulto bald. recognizo mo or that wo should ever And seat a negro queen. T no good influence to bear me through Tlio other, Pierro Carnicr, not his senM u i. u u TW ior In nppearnnco by nny means, but meet again. You yourself nro not ns Olncy was busy to his eyes, the trills and temptations that beset you used to lie. It took mo somo timo moro slender nnd vivacious, replied: 55S my life. What harm?" he pleaded And though the party "bust," to decido whether I was mistaken in my "I, my friend, havo grown old withHe thought it suited to his size earnestly, "what harm can there be out noticing it. I was always gay and surmise Your hair has grown qulto w--- e,s To help another trust. in my calling as a friend?" jolly, vigorous and all that. For, wnon gray. Think of It 13 years is n long time My oldest daughter Is nearly 10 0110 looks nt himself In tho gloss every "Do not," ns he tried tospe.ik "do The "Tiger" in his New York lair day in tho year, tho ravages of ago are years old. Was up to other fun; not tell me I cm never come again. "I looked nt thochild and discovered In not apparent. Thoy are slow and reguThe banks and brokers well must fare It would be my ruin, Ruth, nnd the lar and work such grndual changes that her somo of tho old charms of her mothSaid Dana and his Sun. er, undcfmablo as yet, unformed nnd In sin would rest Upon you." tho transition is not noticeable. We can 1 I tho bud, nnd lifo seemed to mo nothing The Bay I hardly pcrccivo it. To sco It plainly, one State Democrats appeared So she listened to his pkadings; moro than n rapidly passing train. Vo should not look into a mirror for six To be in awful need, kept it a secret from young Goodwin, Moissous-LafittI kissed months at least, and then ah, what a nrrived nt my old friend's hand nnd parted from her The logic of events they feared, and suffered sorely for the keeping. shock I Reed. And that of Thomas As some do, John proved to be a "And tho women, old fellow how 1 with n few trivial phrnscs. I was too deeply moved to speak. While from Iowa came a cry, I pity them All their happiness, their very jealous lover; so when this reach"In tho evening when I wasnlonol exnoise, A sad, power, their life, is in their beauty, and ed his ears, all turned and twisted in amined my fnco n long timo In tho mir- "Come up and help us ere we die, that lasts but 10 years at best. ror nnd ended by recalling to my mind the telling, without one question askBoise." Or Jacksou'll wallop "As for myself, I grow old without ed, without one little word of sid Euspocting itl I thought myself still -- tho picture of myself as I had been In bygono days, with brown mustache and The unemployed on every hand youth when I was near CO years of ngo. farewell, he started on a jonrney to Were crying, "Give us bread; black hair and n young, fresh face But Freo from infirmities of nny kind, I was e talk has wrecked the the far, far West, leaving no word or Guy Do You going my way, happy and content. But now I wns old. Farewell!" sign by which they could trace or land tho revelation of my declino camo upon Maupassant. And kil'd Industry dead." find him. mo in such n simplo yet startling manTln Viorll Opinion, ner that I felt tho effects of tho shock On Grover's brow he felttheirbreath, Full thtee months passed crc.drivjn PHILADELPHIA TIMES. six months afterward. Then 1 accepted e deck But on the by a longing he could not withstand There is never a time in a woman's He knew not lurked his p.uty'sdeath my fato gracefully. to gaze once more on that' sweet face, "I havo often been In love, liko nil life when she enn afford to turn her And set his stubborn neck. men, but onco in my llfo I was quite John hastened back into his home. back upon public opinion. Just as hard hit. He shouted but once more aloud, Then in the cool, calm, twilight time, soon as she says: ' I don't care what "I met her at tho seashore Etretat "Look at the Great I am, he, knowing naught of what had hap about 12 years Bgo, not long after the the world thinks," just that soon the . e or bust shall be my shroud pened in his absence, hurried on to war. Thero is nothing moro delightful world has no use for her, and though McKinley is a clam!" than that beach in early morning ut tho at the time such may sue for mercy and for pardon. teem a glorious The ballots soon were flying wild We are manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surrios anil Carriages, and deal directly with bathing Iwur. It is not very extensive, A mother met him nt the independant mode of living, there will is curved like a horseshoo and encircled Protection's tide was high. door and in answer to his eager ques- the consumer, thus saving him the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices are reascome a day when she will regret the The ballot boxes soon were piled, by tall, whlto cliffs, pierced with singutioning, with a trembling hand point- onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. lar holes called 'Tho Gates.' Ono of these step which at first seemed so coura"Down with the Respectfully, cliffs Is enormous nnd stretches its gied silently to a lonely grave beside geous. came a burst of thunder sound, gantic length to tho, water's edge The the old oak tree. Conventionality nnd the proprieties A loud Protection peal, other Is round nnd flat. Tlio women Yes, it was true; he would never McKinley bombs were flying round, swarm over this narrow strip, with its of social life are the props of a woAnd killed poor I.any Neal. see his darling again, never hear that pebbled wnlks, anil transform it Into r man's existence, and once she knocks Owen.1 boro, Ky. brilliant garden of summer toilets with- these aside she will find that her mis- Boise, Maynard, Russell, where are rippling laugh, never look into those in walls of rock. Tlio sun shines full merry eyes and know that he was they? npon tho coast, over parasols of every take has been one that cannot be reAnd Cleveland, where is he? pardoned, or press that pure, sweet imaginable) color, nnd over tho sea of to- trieved. We may know in our hearts face against his beating heart. paz blue It is a jolly picture, enchant- that we are doing right, but the world Ask ol the winds that far away Scientific- American With fragments strewed the sea. ing to tho eye Closo by tho wnter's During all the pain of a lingering Agenoy is so censorious that unless we comedgo tho peoplo loungo in tho sand, With tigers, cranks and brigadiers, fever she had btgged them to bring watching tho bathers as they come trip- ply with certain fixed rules laid down e college dude. The him to her, if only for a moment. ping down in their flannel bath robes, by it we might just as well commit And Grover at the last appears, "Oh, John! how could you leave which thoy discard with a pretty move- the actual ns well as the implied sin In innocuous deseutude. ment as soon as tho whito fringed waves me so?" she moaned all the long, Moreover we are largely independplay around their feet. Then they run A CAVEATS. weary day. Then, when the end drew may toIt 111 nml Joiin. in with swift littlostops, whilotho water ant. The mainstay of TRADE MARKS. near, a faint, sweet smile stole over DESIGN PATENTS, sends thrills of n delicious chill through morrow need itself a support, either mARGIK MAV JAMES IN COMMERCIAL. COPYRIGHTS. atoJ their veins. Two long years he had been gone. the wan face. With one hand outin word or deed, and when wq. con Tor Informst Inn nn) freo Handbook inltnto MUN'N A to, set llmunwjkT. Mew uiik. "Few women nro mode to enduro tho sider ourselves ANDOldest for securing ratonl In America. the strongest then is No word, no sign that he was living stretched she feebly whispered: cruciblo test of tho bath. Their figure ICrerj patent taken ont br ua Is brounlic beforo "Good-bye- , John; you'll know in the public bj a notlco clTcn frco of cnargo in Hit stands revealed from anklo to throat. the moment 'alien we are trembling had ever reached his only sister. Pass-sin- g through the hall one evening heaven, dear." As they emerge from tho embraco of tho upon the verge of a fatal error. To So, her gentle spirit left the pain- briny waters, either their shortcomings young girls we say with alia mother's just at dusk, she brushed against a I sreret circulation of anr aclentlOo paper In tba nro mado plain to thoeyoor tho rounded racked body. All that was mortal of Hpleudldlr lllnitratixl. to liitelllcent world. contours of form nnd limb nro enhanced interest guard against the very ap- man who caught and held her in a the once fair Ruth they placed under It. Wceklr.N3.Ult a cim ahould bo without Addrem AlflNN A montha. pearance of setting the world's opin close embrace, whispering softly: reart tUOrlx UU 1 llrooCwar, f.ew Vurk CO. by tho clinging, dripping garOhts. rcLUeutim, Ctr. the guardian shade of the old oak . "Tho first timo I saw f"-- ,6ung wom- ion at defiance, and to those older sis"Don't you know me, Esther? I am tree. an of whom T '" ;w ujioken I was carried ters who sometimes think that they John." sst n quuit. away ' ner charms. Few women pos-fLong years have passed; the chil- n rrtf (i'iSfltr. Then there was much rejoicing in tlio beauty of form that is startling can set up their judgment in opposidren of the village have grown acand overpowering at the first glance-t- hat tion to the opinion of the social world the household. His return was pub8 seems to n man us if he had suddenin which they move, we say that it is lished throughout thelandanda great customed to sec the old, white-hairely met tho creature ho wns born to love as important for them to be circumman sitting by the lonely grave. feast was spread in honor of the travI experienced that sensation nnd that spect now as in the days before they eler. shock. OnrHfiinlo. Now Esther had a dearly beloved "I was Introduced to her and wns moro had "Mrs." engraved upon their visrtASILW. DUKC, IN SOUTHKKN MAGA-zin- i: deeply smitten than over in my life Sho iting cards. Much is forgiven iu a friend much youger than herself, to I'OK DCCKMI1KR. mado mo her slavo, and it was both young girl that could not be over- whom she had told many incidents in We have reason to hope that we del'cious to submit thus to tho looked in an older woman. to the feast she was There John's lile. So reign of a woman. It is torturo nnd inhave progressed nearly if not entireYEARS FOR describable felicity at once. Her look, fore, young and old in the great sis invited to meet the youg explorer. ly beyond the region of doubtful and her smile, tho littlo tendrils of hair terhood should submissively bow to The night of the fete rolled around Has lod all Worm Romodlos. round her neck ruffled by tho breeze, uictums that sometimes seems ridicu- at last, and Ruth, in all the joy of disputed constitutional construction; EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. every lino in her face, her slightest we may presume with some degiec ol r.vKUYWiiEnr:. lous, yet which, alter all, bear choicer happy girlhood, was looking her best movement, captivated my fenscs and enconfidence that the questions which rrrptrti tr luriimnsoi Minima io gr. tons. snared and drove mo to distraction. She fruit than that which springs from in a gown of delicate blue. Rich lace shall in the future be submitted for took complete possession of mo. It the seeds of injudicous defiance of the lay round her neck and wrists, white determination will be questions of grieved 1110 to eeo her veil lying on i proprieties. roses nestled in her belt, while from choir or her gloves thrown carelessly on expediency purely, and it is scarcely the masses of her solt, bright hair tho sofa. Her toilets seemed matchless possible, therefore, to imagine a sitMore in my eyes, nnd no other woman had Of Highland SchoolJDistrict, No, 93, one tiny bud peeped coyly. Hartford, Kentucky uation which will furnish an excuse overworn hats moro becoming than hers. for the month ending Nov. 17, '93: gorgeous nnd richer dressses rustled for simple, unqualified legislative ob"Sho was married. Her husband camo night, but none were pretthere that every Saturday mid departed again on Nora Cooper 99, Bertha Miller 97, Nanstruction. nie Murphy 93, Ada Keown 95. Essie tier or sweeter than Ruth's, and many Monday. I wns not in tho least conIf this be true, the Senate, like the cerned about him nor jealous of his re Shown 97, Clara Miller 96, Archie were the admiring eyes that followed House must submit to some conclulotion to her No living creaturo over her up the long room to where the Cooper 97, Flora Keown 94, Bertha sive restriction of debate, and may as Beeined of less consequence to 1110 than White 96, Ivva liskridgc 94, Morris hostess and her brother were receiv- well at once adopt and observe rules this man. -- TO SEE TIIE-"Ah, how i loved her sho who was Cooper 91, Annie Cravens 94, Bertie ing. which will permit all questions to be "Esther!" whispered John as she considered so gay, sop. etty and so graceful! She Crowe 94, Flossie Crowe 93, Thomand decided with no more was youth, civganco nnd freshness per as Keown 95, Nannie Newton 94, drew near, "tell me who this is?" J1LTWKEN than a reasonable amount of discus sonified. I nover felt more keenly than Ere his sister could reply she stood I did then tnat n woman is a sweet, Hlijah Wells 93, Sarah Craveno 93, sion. LOUSVILL and MEMPHIS, lovely and delicate being mado of charms Mary Perry 95, Mary Cravens 93, before them, speaking in n friendly In one aspect this compulsory popm& WITH and graces. Never beforo hail I discov- Leander shown 94, Forrest White 93, fashion to Esther of her brother's safe - f ular opinion requiring so august a ered tho thnt lay In tho rounded Pearl White PULLMAN BUFFETSIeeping Cars' Mrytic White 93, return. 92, body to attend to business will incontour of a cheek, tlio movement of n Thus they met, John Goodwin and volve consequences which, to those FIIOJI AND TO lip, tho curves and creases of n littlo car, James Huff 94, Roscoe Huff 94, Bytho shape oven of that stupid feature, ron Miller 94, Ira Murphy 94, Logon Ruth Ingnlls, and, ns a pair of bright who deplore any interference with es- I.OUISVIM.r:,.tti:.Ml'IIIN,YI)IHlltm II VTON ItOMK,iuiil KV OUI.KAN'T, tho nose Murpy 93, Susie Cravens 93, Bertie gray eyes looked laughingly into his, tablished customs, may seem ve ry tin SleiniililH. "This lasted three months, when 1 wns Cravens felt a strange heart throb and sad it will largely 93, Floyd Keown 93, James John hinder the comtailed to America, whither I went with then he knew that he wa3 conquered. plete II crushed n- -1 broken heart. Even nway Wells 94, Annie Huff 93, Leslie Kirk exercise of "senatorial courte- The Quick and Desirable Route from her I wns her slavo still. Years 96, Dean Kirk 95, James Newton '94, Conquered by a pair of merry eyes, a sy." All reforms, however, must be TO AND FOM . n went by. 1 uld not forget her. Her Reatie Ftiqua93, Anderson Perry 93, sweet face shaded by hair, attendeiided with some sacrifices; Ntnv York Pliiltulelpiiiit Ilnltlmoro harms wero roustnntly before my eye Wnnhinstnn Norfolk Old Point L'otnlort Willie Husk 94, Ida Cravens 95, John-n- y a lithe, graceful form that passed him and it is highly probable that if senaI cherished Bnd In my henrt, her "memltlclinmnd IIiIIThIh Clovelund C. of Newton 94, Charles Shultz 97, daintily by in a soft blue gown. ory with n tenderness that had grown tors will be a little more considerate Tolii'lu Chicago Iriillnnitpolli and intelligent, Wealthy, well-bor- n Cincinnati l.oiiinvillo calm, nnd I loved her as ono loves a Johnny ShulU 95, Nettie Shultz 98. of the public patience, the public will dream of a most beautiful and enchantJohn had never found a woman he patiently endure some diminution of Enstorn and Northeastern Points Pkari, Mii.li'.R, Teacher. hnd Memphis Viukaburg Union Kongo ing thing. could love until this evening; then consideration they have been accus- New Orlonna Mobile LUtlo Hock Hot "Twclvo years do not mean much in as such men 110 lie loved with a tomed to show each other. Springs and points Iu Vct Tonnoi-ip- o tho llfo of n man. Thoy pass almost unstrong, sudden passion that thrilled Ho will eavo you MONEY by Buying from HIM. Will Texas Arkansas Mississippi noticed. Ono follows upon tho other, his whole being. Loalslnnn nnd tho South and slowly yot swiftly. Each Is long, yet sell you a Buggy, Hnrncss, Lap Duster and Whip from $G0.00 DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve cleansSOUTHWEST. soon at an end. Although thoy multiply And Ruth? rapidly, thoy leavo few traces behind ' that es, purifies and heals. It was made of Had those dark brown eyes, up to $75.00. The Davis Carriage Company has tho reputaTliolii.o is thoroughly equipped nnd in nnd vanish so completely thnt whon ono for that pnrpose. Use it for burns, s pleasant, earnest face made no imcondition, and provides an oxcol-len- t looks back npon them thero Is nothing tion of building tbo best Buggy for tbo raonoy of any Factory ' cuts, bruises, chapped hands, sores arrangement in timo nnd throuirli cars pression on the fair young maiden? left to remind us of their flight, and ngo descriptions and timo A kkatciik in Cincinnati. creeps on without warning. , Who so wise that he can read the of all use it for them. L.if D.you have secured by la thoLimitedand convenience cei.ing,floor-ingI3ean. piles Kxprces Trains. tho "It seemed to tno that only n fow years thoughts that flutter through the Only a night's iudk between LouUvlllo separated mo from that delightful season young girl's heart. on tho beach nt EtrAnt. or Gold Tablets are nnd Memphis, end tho best and quickest Hill's. Chloride The moment Esther freed him from "Ono day last spring 1 wont to dlno sorvico between tho two cities over oirerod. on nd all dealrcil informawith friends nt MnlEsons-LafittTicket", Just her side, John, nil unmindful ofhis uot experimental. They have been yeoxs and are guaran- tion secured by applying to J. Il.Tlrhcnur as tho train was about to start 0 portly social duties, made his way to Ruth. the market for AkiiI lit lleavcr Ium,or matron entered tho coach I occupied acTobacco, Morphine or There he lingered all the evening, teed to cure the Kt companied by four littlo girls. I could Drink Habit, Your druggi t sells I,B,L,t':, Gec'1 Patt, ArLLoskvilli. saying little, only feasting his hungry not help looking curiously nt this largo, them. rotund, mothorly creaturo, whoso faco eyes upon her beauty. 'and Opium Hablta was liko tho full moon under n bcrlb-bonccured at homo She was seated in a low chair, careof parhat, Sho puffed and panted from & Coughing leads to Consumption; lessly toying with a fan, smiling ticulars sent FltKK. tho exertion of her hurried walk. The brightly on the gentlemen hovering Kemp's Balsam stops the cough at llH&WlilteluUltiU children began to babblo, and 1 unfolded round her, Once, glancing quickly once. my nnwsjiaper'lefltiiiixHnred to.tCnl. nny-wher- Hartford Republican pawed Asnlores my neighbor accosted mot " '1 leg your pardon, sir. Aro you not M. Cnrutcr? " 'Yes, madanio.' "Sho laughed with thocontcntcd laugh of n cheerful woman, but thero was just a tingo of sadness in her voice " 'Do you not rccognlzo mef "I hesitated. It seemed to mo thnt I had seen her faco before but I could not toll when and where I answered: " 'Yes nnd, no I certainly know you, but I cannot recollect your name' 8ho blushed n little " 'Mme Julio LefcvrrV "I was startled out of my wits. For n moment tho earth seemed to reel around mo, nnd a veil was rudely torn from ray eyes which mado mo sco things with terrible, heartrending clearness. "It was shol This stout, common woman, tho mother of theso four girls! I eyed tho littlo creatures with ns much astonishment ns I did their mother. Thoy hail followed her; thoy had taken their places in llfo, already half women, nnd sho counted for nothing sho, who had onco been such n marvel of delicate nnd coquettish charms! "It seemed to mo that I hnd known her but yesterday, and to find her thus ngninl It was impossiblo! A violent pang wmng my heart. I robellcd against unturo nnd her brutal, Infamous work of destruction! I looked nt her with frightened eyes. When I took her hand In mine, tears ditnmcil my vision. I wept for her youth I wept for her death. This stout woman was n stranger as wo sua-donl- y CANAIIIA.NOA C'MIVM.AND. V Free-Trad- e, rfifi LL'S J '"? t -- g.MXT M.fy.ij r,T ni 0 Double Chloride nf finld Tattetc ""i"1! WJS"5SL!5"ra' s . V Hill's Tablets. Fiec-Trnd- MM nm a MT-- iai.iiw X self-sam- e T -- ... J- THE lt-- CHEMICAL CO,, VTTWSris l' "'' ;rr-- 'j i. i B9Ci SnonmtT9aJi:M. I . heart-breakin- g i Free-Trad- Free-Trad- V. Free-Trad- STo-ici- sad-face- d UTill Silae. AMIS r Free-Trade- !" cry-Ther- e F. A. & CO. NEW TORH -- j ill Free-Trad- to-da- y 11 mr bnn-A- vKJiM WEEKLY IBUNE gfiixAitxt JVwJtau m mm mm d IM ft Ij nS w II 6l Op T'S 0REff! Si sorr ONE YFAR .! ViiiiEME 20 ;3Jifsmuiai m)0pr Address all orders to &Gl n HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, Corns to Hartford .. A'l 'i mmm OF m r- SPRING OPENING ' 1 L. Field's car Buggies just from the Davis Carriage Company. windows, sash, doors, lime, cement, Building Material. 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