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FOURTH COMEHIOM DISTRICT, Is Ata, VOL. VI. HARTEOBD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1893. particularly for Bob Holly ami his love nlTair. So lie utood at his oillcial post, at tho tall end of the chuck wagon, and gavo amiable attention to tho Impassioned hnranguu and singular nntiiH of this now nnd entertaining employer. Being commanded to como along and nsslat in dispersing Bob and usiulng May, ho mounted n serious appealing but fitful tempered buckskin colored pony, with ono white eyo and much symmetry of Ikjuo as much of a character in its wny ns Hank was In his and started, with considerable, interest nnd curiosity. They rodo hard nnd wcro near overhauling the lovers within n milo of Roaring creek. But whilo pursuer nnd puisued pushed on nt their utmost pace another factor was coming with a hundred times greater speed to tako a hand in thO game. Tho dry bed of Bearing creel: was just before them, beyond that a tiny rise, then an nrroyo, nnd beyond that again tho roof of tho justice's house, just in sight. As Bob and May clatter-i- d over tho creek bed and scrambled up onto tho riso beyond, both looked back, and their ponies stopped, tossing their heads, pricking their ears nnd suoiting at a curious humming sound that suddenly securd to fill all tho air about, "Hurry up, darling," cried Bob. Knowing out n band to catch May's; "it's a big storm coming from abovo." But beforo tboy could descend tho slope to cross tho dry urroyo in front it was running from bank to lunik nnd brimming over with it sudden flood of red, muddy water. Ami .oven abovo tho noiso of tho flood beforo them they heard a sound liko tho angry shoutiug of furious multitudes. Looking backward and up thu creek whenco tho sounds enmo they saw a great, tumbling, shuddering wall pushing lieforo it nnd bearing upon its crest nil imaginable sorts of debris advancing down tho dry creek bed with such u thundorous onslaught that the littlo mound on which they stood shook nnd seemed fnirly to lower under their feet. They looked about them. Tho arroyo ran into tho creek below. Abovo, both it and tho creek had Hooded out uutil they joined. Their littlo mound was an island, momentarily growing sinnllcr, surrounded on every sido by raging torrents, in which wero diiven and whirled wholo tries, full grown cattle, with somctimex n fenco post whoso trailing wires had caught in their barbs all manner of ghastly wreckage. Up camo tho water about them: down fell tho big hall. "It's n cloudbutst above, darling," said Bob. "It won't last long tho water won't cover this riso." "Vm not afraid, Bob," said May, with very white lips. "I'm glad I camo anyhow. If wo'vo got to die, wo'll dio together.and tho wny I'vo felt for tho last three weeks I'm Miro that's a heap better than liviug apart." Bub jumped off his pony nnd lifted May from hers. Tho hail was coming bigger and beat cruolly upon them. Ho wrapped his slicker about her, pushed the ponies close together and sheltered her witli them und his own body as licst ho could. "Wo won't die," ho said, "but, poor littlo girl, what an nwful storm I'vo dragged you out intol" Juit then, from tho farther bank of tho creek, nbovo tho nwful howling of tho storm, camo this intelligent com niand in old man Lovo's car splitting tones: "May Lovo! You coino hero to me this miuuto!" And May laughed hys- NO. 21. Er T gPffl , W MS K tl SOAP,VvoId usfou ritfbtsroarraMtb.cwmroipfolks bfmtfout sow? tb3ar CLAIR COaP II J ST. LOUIS. r LEAF FROM THE DEVIL'S JESTDOOK. YODIt FUTURE yrl Jl Mir i!eldo the pewlni; Inlitc, clinlned and bent, Tliey stllcli for tho lad), tjriinunua and Fur Iter n wedding emm, for tliem n kliroud. T)ie rt Itch and ntltch. but nccr mend the Tom In llfo's golden curtuln. went And left them alnno will, Time, and now If bowed Willi burden they rliould pob nnd crynlond, Wondrrlnit, the rich w ould look f mm their conClint) Youth ITOUd -TL- -CM I rent tent. And bo tlila cllinmerlng Hfc nt Inat recedes In unknown, cndleaa depths tc)nml recall. A nd what's tlia worth of all our undent creeds If here at the end of ngos this Is all -A fair (ace floating throngli tho merry ball, A dead face plaalilng In the ritcr recda? -- C. E. Markham in California Illustrated. 130B AND MAY. J that crrry member of the family i titer. n miKntlni Inline. A 1'I.K.Wt LINK OK IIKAUT straight LINK OK FATE, penecful life; tho rrieiw If crooked. A well, define.! LINE OK IIK.M.TI1 speres you doctor' Mill ; so will the health hint. In Demurest'. No nthrr mspizitc publishes t--i many .lorlr to Interest the home circle. Yen Mill be subject to extremes of hlph spirits or ilf.iomi. enc If you lure the (IIIIIII.K OK VEMJrlwcll tnsrkcd: keep np your spirits by having Dctnore.i'a Miraxlne to read, lly rnbxnblrtr lo It for rrks of art will recelre zllerr of exnul.ile of rrral valae, bciide tho .r rb premium picture, 17x?itnehes. I'm a Dairy I" which I nlrnoit a real baby, and cqnsl to the urlclnal oil palntlne which co. t X); and yoo will l,a c a macsrltic Hint cannot he equaled by any In tho wuild for it bramlful Ulnitratton ant subject miller, lint will ketp 00 posted on all Ihoioplcsor the day, .mi all in. T, Ishied. IS IN YOUIl OWN nANI). ministry assume to tell ulist the line In your hand Indicate. It will muc joii.lf nollilnuuiore. The abut. dUrarn almn.t explain luclf. Th. leojlh of the LINK OK UFK liHlk.tr rmluhl. 10 which you will lire. Knrli IIKACKLKT We you thirty year. Well msikeil I.INi: OK BAD denotes train power: clear LINE (IK . KUIt rUNK. fame or Hold combined mean succers In life; but )oumnt kcciiup wlihmtxWrn Wea. to win it. You will find .ltnly of llicm In IWtrwre"!'. K.mlly Macailne, to attractively I McIm-s- Dob nnd May wcro swoothonrtn. Ofvouiso tlioy wcroj tliut'rjwhatthoy had Ixcn learning over eiucu Bob, a o etrljiliiix of 'JO, hud coaio out from to tho Tuxns Patiliaudlo witli tho Ten-nmic- Itl'.iltii uinlly. In thoso days May vnn a bright haired, high strung little girl of 14 whuin Uobiicvtrcullud nor thought of an "red-heade- " yu . ll hotelT! a lanro 1 KIANOI.E, DIVISION OK T11UMH. trongwlll; I1NO SrOSI) DIVISION, reavn. injriacany. ino nuin tir .ii'i'iitvn ocior ambition : that of 8 ATUItN, rnidenee . th hUN, Ioeof inlendor: MAItS.couraee; MOOrJ.lmarJn. lion; VRNUii. "e of plearare; andMKiauiti. tntlll)tence. Take oor ajrke aa abote and yon will bo laro to poMua tio Uit and isoat TaloabM ItANULK mean Cenero.Ue: lone Fllt-S- T ad., and different llrm nf Interest about tho bou'ehokl, besides fnrnuhlnir Imrirrilrc nadlng matter, both (ram and psy. for the whole family ; and wnlle iiemore t a l not a rainion macazm., Its fashion paicar. perfect, and ynu get with It, free of coat, all ilia pattern yon lh to of e ilurtw; the year, and In any slto win choose, tend la yonr subscription at once, only JS no. ami you will really ret orer PW In vilue. Addrri the pob. Ilihrr. VT. Jennlns Dctnoreit, IS Kut I4lh SL, New York. If yoo are nnatqualnied nllh the A latretJUAIl. Manilne.aendforafpeclniencopy. Hob was a strong, good humored loy, not a bit afraid of work, and ho had a way witli him that gavo him command of men and creatures. Horoso rapidly In old nmn Love's employ from simple cow puncher to wagon liosi, then foreman, nnd when ho was only 25 wint, with tho npproval and gtxxl will of his employer, to tako the lx itiou of ranch miuniger for a Uojtou company. All tho world loves n lover. Dob was inch it wholo hc.utcd one, his stuto of mind was eo patent, ho took such delight in it, wore his chains, with such ojk?i prido and enthusiasm, that all tho Panhandle felt with and for him. And old man Lovo was pleased enough with tho match and greatly given to brajrgitig of Bob iw a cutning adjunct to tho Lovo groatneru. until tho tragedy of tho ono hoi ned hrindlo cow, which toro thing all up generally, threatened to nover two loving hearts and d.tikcn foiover Bob's and May's happy horizon. Thid old iow worth perhaps rJ7 bobbed tip at ono of tlioroundup riort-inin nddiMou to tho B N of tho Boston National, which was facetiously known aa tho "Beau" brand, old man acci-dent- quality, Jlpe 9jarterly Agister of ' ,' Love's ixxs). s Though very uncommon, such KraYfl?np may occur in the Invito and confusion of branding without necessarily Implying dishonihty on somo one's Ticimrr part. Whllo they do homctimes result H tl n u. niniiiir. Htlifot fouiiil.l cnB. ...., in fights i...d killings they aro easily , nmriF Baa nirnItit nihriiAi hitfiwk iuiil..iil.irt,f,.,,uiill.., I im rnoufli adjusted between reasonable . .... . CHUKMAN. Coni.U U.lf till.,. HhV people, siuco any clover cattlciuait can ' W. t . readily tell F.r itl. tiylddl.r Doolulltn a.d Kiwi d,., er standing. which brand is of tho longBut any cowboy on tho rango would havo told you that while old man Lovo Cunncr7.Hisroiv, CtTKOIT. MICH., U.S.. waa sijuaro enough himself ho was a m crazy crank about tho Riicreducss of his brand. His long btiit was to jump up and down iind Bwear thut it never yet was on anything thnt wasn't his own. Ho invariably claimed an nnimal that boro it in nddition to another brand Is easy enough if ynn only (as did this old cow) however plainly it showed as tho nuwerof tho two, though Wo boIvo tho aa a matter of fact his branding iroiw know how. wcro handled by just as many careless prohlcm in tho cowboys as any others. I I M III If Bob hud known what that aged uommerciai J and damaged brludlo cow was going to cost him, ho might perhaps havo blinked his obvious duty and let old mnn Tho brightest ami newsiest jm Lovo havo her in tho face of right and reason. Send your per in Kentucky. But ho was not tho man to bo backed address on u postal card. You down by any ono, nnd ho dared tho can havo n sample copy worst and got it! n...dT.i.,Mt ,.oo, i?!ta-rt&tRi!iVv.w.asa 1 To Know IT ALL For The ASKING. mbj kH ,Ovfi V p H bJ1 obtained, and all 1'aU J Careatt, and Trde-Mtr- k cot bualncM conducted for MODtriaTt Ftcs. f and w. can tecure patent in leu Ume than thoioj J remote from Washington. Send model, drawlus or photo., with descrlp-- 1 tloo. We advlie. If patcntablo or not, freo of charge. Our fee not due till patent ia tecured. A paMPttiCT, "How to Obtain I'atenti," with coat of aarne In the U. S, and foreign countriti aentfree, Addresa, omens OppoutcU. s. pTCNTOrriccJ C.A.SNOW&CO. Patint Orncc, washinoton, d. c. Opp. V MER'S PILE KEYE IUT PILES. Ho held tho cow for his company.nft-e- r n ficrco contest, and old man Lovo wont homo raging, to givo his distoitcd version of tho affair, issuo orders that no member of his family was to speak to or of Bob from that timo forth, nnd to remark significantly that ho had far rather seo a child of his married to a horso thief than to n person capablo of such behavior. Communication between tho lovers had sinco been inanoged, onco or twice, by tho utmost stealth :ind6ecrccy. Having, by this means, been assured of his sweetheart's steadfastness and readiness Bob sent her word by ono of her father's cowboys to lido n good liorso past tlio half way bianding pen. rrmed himself with a license and hung around tho Triplo X ranch for n week. Whon May finally found tho opportunity to slip away in tho most careless manner, with ono of tho men's sombreros on mid in thofaco of threatening o weather, sho rccolved u rapturoua from tho long banished Bob, und they promptly headed their ionica for Bquiro Wiley's, just tho other aido of Rouring crtck, who was supposed to bo holding himself In rcadiucsa for thoir wel-coin- terically. "Well, ho can't got at ns i yway but tho hail can. Oh, look ut your poor hands! Oh, Bob, I can't bear it-- put tho slicker back on!" "Why, honoy,"said Bob ns tho tears camo in earnest now, "I'd get pounded jitbt the saino anyhow, and you must let mo havo tho comfort of keoping some of it off yon it nin't n patchin on the wny your pa would do mo If ho could get mo right now." Whilo tho storm raged nnd tho water rose nearly to their feet, Hank Peatsall had 'tho almost exclusive benefit of old man Lovo's remarks, siuco only his wildest shrieks reached tho young couple, who wcro too much nbsorbed In each other to heed cither him or tho storm very much. Thcso remarks disagreed with Mr. Pcarsall, who was notoriously a man of judgment and observation. " What'a tho matter with that young feller?" ho queripd angrily. "Watch to tho north'nrd uv his him tho hail often hort Ho gal, ain't no chump! If he keeps that lick, up right through, ho'll mnko a better husbnnd'n what yon over didl" About this timo, tho hail ceasing, tho expectant justico camo down to tho farther bank of tho nrroyo. Tho water was going down visibly, but its roar was still considerable. "Ho, Bobl" yelled tho justico, above its sound, "got your llccnso?" Bob took it out nud waved it above his head. Old man Lovo could not from where ho ctood hear a word, but iio surmised what had been said, and tho sight of tho document wnB a livid red rag to the bull. "I daro yo to marry 'cm, "ho scream ed. "I daro yo to do it!" And In nn ccstnsy of rago and anxiety ho forced his pony down into tho foaming creek among tho whirling drift, whero ho was promptly pitched off by tho terrified jINTMENT CUBES NOTHING A 8URB and CERTAIN CURE known for IB years as the IE8T RIMEDYFORPILM, tMft t MCBaajaoi auinn co t. mcu. ire I'rolin down I nt,t out rrkoi hoiischoii1 wit" Itrowu'ri r i Ulttrii HIllII ' I'tTrtOIlH icl iiIMi ihu ayalcin.nlili rtUeKllon, removes CI Cvnuf bi!. uuiltiiiMlualiuta. (( IhoceiiiilDn visit. What Mexican or other paid spy or what unfriendly or envious hnud carried tho nows to old man Lovo will not bo known, but ho burst into ono of his near cow camps at dinner, shortly uft- sr Bob and May's tloparture, lilcon roaring South African liou with mustard In his oyo, "Tho boys" who know well enough what was afoot, and what would bo asked of them dropped their tin enps nnd plates, jumped on their waiting ponies and wcro out of hailiug distance before ho fairly lit in their midst. But old Hank Pcarsall, tho ecole was a now maii, not long from southwest Texas, peithoj Hnqwins fif nqr. caring ' , I creature, which instantly returned. Pcarsall, nt tho risk of his own life, had to fish him out, receiving plenty of abuse for his pains nnd returning it with bitter irony. In two minutes' time tho shallower nrroyo was fordable, though tho creek, down which big drift continued t come, was not. Bob set May on hor pony, mounted Ills own nnd prepared to rido out. Tho sight of tho justice n plains Cupid, with .boots, slicker and cowlwy lint preparing to tnko chargo of tho pair was too much for old mnn Love, nnd dismounted as ho was ho plunged, in n dollrum of rogo, into the creek, spluttering nnd yelling: "Stop! Hold on! You juBt daro!" Mny hesitated, frightened, but old Hank Penrsall yanked her father out again and set him on dry land, snorting: "Doggono yo! I pulled y' out onct boforol What for cain't yo stay out? Huh? , "Whon yo try buckln ngln a boy liko that, backed by a Toxas norther, you'ro ngoln to git left don't yo know it? Thnt Kid's got it doublo cinch on Bet yo ho had this hycr storm prov-erdnnc- staked out! . over time 1'nj.fer yol Yor tho right sortl I wonldrijt bonder yo for all the dumcdoW snnko bit fools in Texas! I'l' "doit, fellerhGoIt.gnll I'm with yo . 'guiiL'r firYlho scraps "o Oils olt nal coining of the Lamb of Go.l. All betrers of messages of pardon nnd forPROFESSIONAL CARD. cejit nn toto 'cm back to tho ranch." the beatifttl histories of Abraham, giveness to those whose offences and And as May and Bob rode off, tat- Moses and Joshua, of Joseph and Dav- disobedience had led them into suffer- Jnn, H. Glenn, J.N.R. Wrilillnr. tered, beaten, draggled, but obliviously . GLENN & WEDDING, id nnd all the Kings and Prophets, ing and trouble-If others were apu faint hall followblissful nud jaunty, ed them: were intended as preparatory to the pointed with us they had to be fleet "Ooodby, kids wish yer joy Como final revelation and work of God in ot foot not to be outstripped by us in on, olo calamity!" Allco MacGowan HARTFORD, KY. the coming of Jesus Christ. This the race. And so eager would we be to in Chicago ncrald. (Office, orer Anderson's Bauar.) great purposeof God,- - running through communicate the message of pardon Will practice their profession in all A Paris paper announces tho discovery all the opening aget, is plainly seen and good will, that we would cry out the courts of Ohio and adjoining counnf a second Pompeii near Laurium. It like an unbroken chord, string all the as we ran. "It'sall right! It's all right" ties, and court of Appeals. Special states that an cntir town, with streets ancient scriptures into one unfolding Who will say that such divine emuattention given to criminal practice and houses, has been found buried and harmonions design. Greit and lation did not burn in the hearts of and collections. a maa of earth. into interest the fleet winged couriers appointed to momentous JOY IN IIK.VVi;. AMUIAItTIl. dividuals and tribes and natious at- bear the message of God's forgivness world? CerThe followinp; chapter by the edi- tached literally and locally to the nnd love to n tor, is icprintcd by request from lives and offices of men and women tain it is that one mighty nngcl outWord nnd Works for December 18S9. who were temporarily instruments in ran all the rest, iud as he rushed Who believes in his heart that the the development of Oil't great plan; through the silent, overbrooding IIARTFOHD, KY. story of the "Babe in the Manger" but the paramount significence of all night, in the eagerness of his great Will practice his profession in Ohio will ever cease to thrill the hearts of was the prophetic relation they boreto angelic soul, he shouted down to the and adjoining counties, nnd court of mortals? It never will, as long as there the advent of Him whom God has shepherds, "Fear not," it's all right! Appeals. Special attention given to are human hearts to love nnd hope. promised as humanity's great Proph- "for behold, I," not we, but "behold, collections. Office cast sfde of public It never will! The ang lie announce- et, Priest and King. For long, dark I bring you good tidings of great joy." square. ment to the shepherds will grow in ages moral night hung almost univer- And then, as if in haste to tell the E.D.OUFFY. B.D.RINOO interest, beauty arid joy, until time sally about the world, but from time whole blessed story just in the same prophetic stars would rise and breath, he continued, "For unto you shall be no more, It will ever remain to time an liumottal pleasure to man to hear shine and burn on the black horizon is born this day, in the as gleaming harbingers of the com- a Savior, whtch is Christ, the Lord!" nnd think and sing of the shining anHartford, SCoxa.tu.e3cy. Will practice hi all courts of Ohio Scarcely had he ended the joyful gels coming down over the plains of ing clay, nut as the Bethlehem to proclaim to the humb'c members of the world systems shine words when the angelic multitude, and adjoining counties, Superior Court and Court of Appeals. Coland astonished shepherds the glad only in the reflected light of burn- whom he had distanced in the flight, lections and nil legal business attending, central suns, so every human rushed into view, and finding that ed to. Office 329 E. news of the Savior's birth. Market St. n there was nothing left for them to in the prophetic galaxy of How often in our own childhood, planet i' . days, at his best and bright- tell, poised on their shining wings in as well as man's maturer age, have R. R. WEDDING, est .shining, hung only as an orb they burst with one we in vivid imagination brought the of light in the gross darkness, reflectvoice into that choral song which is wonderful scene before us and what sounding on, and yet shall fill all the ing the effulgent rays of the ineffable thrills of joy nnd surprise, Beaver Dam, Ky. Sun of Righteousness which was earth and skies with music nnd joy. mingled with fear, have we realized. Will practice his profession in all "Glory to God in the highest! Peace arise with healing in his wings. As we have drawn in our hot, child- to the courts ot Ohio and adjoining on earth! Good will to men?" One thing that has always staggercounties. Also Notary Public. ish fancy, a dim Judcnn landscape, Oh, joyful, magical, blessed Christed human faith and hope is, that a unrolled and slumbering in the soft thousand years with God, is as one mas time! May the echoes of that oriental night, with fleecy clumps of day, so that men in all ages, in their heavenly song fall in the sweet melfeeding and reclining herds revealed great impatience, have counted that odies of pardon and love, and peace t, here nnd there in the pale upon every heart and every home inGod is slack concerning His purposshepherds here nnd there, with the es and promises. But children grow to which this message shall come. HARTFORD, KY. heavy with slumber, prone on the impatient with the most loving pa- May every soul be touched and softWill practice his profession in all ground or reclining on their crooks rents, who are making all possible ened into the tenderness and love and the Courts ot Ohio and adjoining the very stillness of the scene has haste to supply their wants. The pity for Himwhocamein the manger, counties, and in tho Court ot Apgrown solemnity and itnpressiveness Special attention given to most startling thing in the history of who poured out upon the world the J peals. upon us. But when on a sudden above is, that even a boundless love of Cod, and who went collections. Office, in County Attorworld the ney's office, in Court House. it all we sec the heavens blaze with day with God finally comes to an end. up from us into the mansions which an unearthly burst of angelic wings At last, in ,the fullness of time, the He is preparing for us in our Father's and heard them with their sweet, long, dark night of a thousand years house by the way of the Cross ttnd Perry Westerfield, heavenly faces turned downward upwas about to disappear and all the Olivet! Who is to pass from the home on the astonished watchers, begin prophetic lights to lose themselves in circle on earth to the home above the their beautiful song which goes on the perfect dawn of day. Men on coming year? Shall mother, father, Beaver Dam, Ky. echoing down the ages, we have felt earth are not only impressed with the sister, lriend be with us when Christlike falling upon the ea:th with an fact that a great revelation from heav- mas comes again? Oh, let this be one overpowering wonder that could not en is about to be accomplished, but of unalloyed love and joy. Let those be expressed and with a mingling the angels themselves, who for ages who have full hands open themtothe dehope nnd fear which could not be have desired to understand the mys- j empty palms of the poor and needy. fined. Oh, blessed, cloudless mornteries of God's promises concerning Fill every home with a joyful suring of guileless, credulous childhood, the promises to men, have solved the prise to the dear confiding little ones, we can never return to thy enchanted problem and understand that a Re- ! and every heart with a loving rememsanctuary we shall never hear again who is mighty to save brance of Him whose blessed birth from a sweet mother's lips on the deemerone is about to be sent. This is a beau- the whole rouud world is celebrating. glad Christinas morn, the story of the tiful and blessed thought and one Let estranged and separated friends, angel nnnquncing the birth of Jesus; which comports clearly with reason and neighbors meet, forgive and but all its beauty and joy and all the and revelation, that is, that above us . weave around each other's hearts and immortal hopes kindled by it are with nearer to the Divine mind is an angel homes again the strong, tender ties us to this day a heavenly heritage ic order of intelligences who are in of love and friendship. Those whom which none can depreciate or destroy. full sympathy with us, and who first we ought, and whom we intended to OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Amid all the trausitoriness of life's un- receive from the Infinite Father new forgive, will not be here next Christreal and unsubstantial things, the se- revelations of His purposes, and who mas time, or we Is prepared to do all kinds of ourselves wiil be becret of our happiness and hope has Dental work at reasonable pricos. uttermost parts of the yond the reach of the go through the been, and it now is, in maintaining d forgiveness and love earth as ministering angels, impres- but that childmindedness which hangs sing the minds of men with that of others when the holy bells ring out the earth and skies on the happy which is coming to pass. It is a truth another happy Christmas morn. Oh, CXNT Chtistmas morning with the tapestthat "coming events cast their shad- let Christ come in Let peace and love of love and hope and joy and ries ows before" and there is a divine and joy fill earth and heaven. which listens in faith to the angels cause for the unexplained phenomep m Rrnolnllon. of Itevpeet. as they sing: non. Oh, beautiful earth, hanging Literary Society of McHenry Col"All glory be to God on high, in midheaven, compassed with soundored School, McHenry, Ky. be peace; And to the earth d Goodwill henceforth from heaven to ing seas, androllingrivers, and Whriikas, It has pleased the valleys mountain1!, and men God in His wise providence to Beiti and never cease." and plains inhabited by men who call lrom our midst on November 24, g ?ictnr la Ererj Stla and Siie. It was nothing more than natural bear the image of God, and over-hun1893, our beloved little school-matI&"01d Pictures Copied and Enlarged that the shepherds should have been with the infinite and starry' skies Avangie Belle Taylor. awed and alarmed by such nn uncarh-l- y What a spectacle! And yet, what a A SPECIALTY. Rksoia'ed, That while we mourn display of heavenly forms, faces lone, lost atom, is all the lost world the loss of our deceased school-mat108J Main Street. and voices it was no more than we and all that moves upon it, and what we bow in humble submission to Him B7m6 OWENSBOBO, RT should realize if we should suddenly despair abides amid all the stars and who is the great ruler of the universe. find ourselves in the midst of such the fields of space it there are no heavRusolvrd, That in the death of I.OUINVII,I,E,MT. I.OUItf H.K surroundings; but it has always ap- enly intelligences and voices above litle Avangie the school has lost one & . St. L3.i1 peared strange to us that such should us and beyond us! But the earth and of its brightest scholars, and her parin. iili ij , be the case that man who is ever the its environments are but a beautiful ents a loving and obedient child. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV. I, 1N1. opject of Divine love and solicitude, suburb, with sun-li- t avenues of light No. 61, Resolved, That we extend to her No, 63, should shrink and shulder and faint leading into the great central citadel family and friends our sympathy in WEST BOUND. Dally. Dally. .. 7:45 a. m. .J5 p. m. at the approach of heavenly messen- of God, and the angelic messengers their bereavement. Lt. LouisTill. Weat Point 8.U.. m. 7.20 p. an. gers, whose very natures are aflame are moving in and out, impressing Resolved, That these resolutions 9.17 a. m. t.0T p. n. Brandenburg....... with love tor us and who always cry the minds of men with the fact that be spread upon the record of this so0.4 .. m. 1 37 p. aa. Irrioxton ephenspart .............. 1023 .. m. .J1 p. a. ns they come "Pear not! for behold, things are coming to pass on earth ciety, and that a copy be sent to the 10.K ..in. Mt p. n. ClOTerport we bring you glad tidings of great things which for ages have been forefamily of the deceased. 11:11 .. m. 10.10 p. u. UawesTille ... which joy." Wc profess to believe in God told by God's prophets, and Lewltport... .......-- . 11:3a a.m. 10.Mp.rn. Resolved, That a copy of these 12: 10 p. m. 11:11 p. nt. Owensboro and that there is a heaven above filled have been on record in the divine resolutions be sent to The Hartford 1:04 p. m. 11.64 p. m. BpottivlIIe with angelic and spiritual intelligen- word, but which, through human un- REi'UnHCAN and requested to publish Ar. Henderson..... ....... 1:25 p. m. 12.20 .. n. indifference, have been negces how the whole universe would belief and No. 62, Mo.M, the same. Dailj EAST BOUND. Dally. be draped with the pall of despair lected and forgotten. Thomas McReynolds, ) Ly. Henderson..... ....... 7.15 a.m. 3:15p.m. without such a faith and yet, so unCom. The greatest event in the history of John Danzy, .. .... 7:37 a. m. S'ST p. m. Bpottarllle J Akdie Taylor, real are they to us in our plodding creation is now about to transpire 8 27 a. m. 4.25 p. m. Owensboro. ....... ... . p within the dull boundaries of natural, the minds of men are now ready for Lewisport .......... suOa.m. IHp.ai Stated meeting of the Hartford HawesTllle.. IJSa. m. 6.30 p. earthly things that if a supernatu it, and they are searching the proph- Lodge, No. 675, F. & A. Masons, first 10:01 .. m. 6.67 p. ns. ClOTerport ral light should suddenly blaze about ets and watching the gates of heav8tephenspori...... ..... 10:26 .. m. :1 p. m. Monday night; in each month. All 11.02 a, m, 7.0S p, ns, us and heavenly forms reveal them- en for the advent of Him who was to IrtlnRlon..... brethren are invited to attend regular. 11.23 a, m, 7:31 p, m. Brandenburg , selves, and songs articulate from ancome. Poor, affrighted shepherds, 12.05 p. m. 8.05 p. m, West Toint W. H. Moore, W. M. gel tongues burst upon our ears wc, why are ye so dismayed? The vision ........ ....... 1:00 p.m. 9.04 p. m. Ar. Loulnllle II. Wuinsheimer, Sec'y. too would shake with astonishment at which ye tremble and fall upon Tsalns No. 81 and No. 62 make connection a and fear and fall down as dead men your faces and faint is but the proclaIrtlugton (Sunday excepted) with trains on Lout, Western R. R.f east and fille, Uariinsbunr with our faces in the dust. So mightmation of earth's emancipation from vest bound. For further Information, address ily do our carnal natures bear us sin nnd death. Grand old Isalt. C, MOUDUE, den. Pa'r Ag't. letdown and bind us in identity and iah's prophecy of hundreds of years is Louisrille, Ky. servitude to sublunary things, God atlast fulfilled. "A child is born; adof wonder and grace, we bless Thee unto us a Son is given, and His name WHEN YOU GO TO OWENSBORO and thank Thee, notwithstanding our shall be called Emmanuel, Wonderlow estate, that Thou hast created us ful Counsellor, the Mighty God, the GALLON for higher things and that Thou Everlasting Father, the Prince of shaltyet fit us for compauionship, Peace-- A select company of rejoicing without fear, with thy glorious fami- angels are commissioned to fly to the ly in heaven. hills of Bethlehem and make the offiheavenly visitation did cial announcement. What a priviBut this For the finest and Sfott Artittit WtK not necessarily burst unheralded upon lege, what angelic distinction and uphuman eyes and ears. The coming honor must have been conferred in- any tite orttyle. Frederiea St. , Mtoam of Him who "was foreordained before on the angels who composed that glo6w37 3rd and 4th. the foundation of the world" has rious embassy. What burning desire, heavenly ambeen proclaimed through all the ages what holy rivalry, what all the sacrifices offered since the bition must have been stirred up STOPPED FUEE promise that the seed of woman among the angelic multitudes to go lasM fsrssM IWsI should bruise the serpent's head, from upon such a blessed errand. In our prjrxrjriuuf N ervc R the blood of Abel to the close of the childhood, we well remember, it gave .1BaamAJfa.vaDia.Aia. 6mJmm sesacrificial dispensation, had their on-'- y us this unspeakable pleasure to be' ri$4vfiutt. Tnulaauil. (rial bout 6m tparAw.ib.rp.rui! O.M. real significance in and ppinted, as lected by parents or teacher ns the ltalkMdl.Ua KLIN with a flaming index finger, to the fi bearer of good news, especially as the tVnfSm.SMirAJLM 1 jlsl LAWYERS, James A.Smlth, pun TI1W Attorneys ggt aw, ante-christia- mid-heave- Attorney at Law, star-ligh- Lawyer Attorney at Law. I I WSif i! ( ( DENTIST. long-intende- long-delaye- CAXaX lark I ieiik, cloud-cappe- All-wi- se e, V " All communications andbusiness ters should be dressed, not to the editor personally for he is away much of the time, but to The Republican, Hartford, Ky. This sures prompt atten- C.Theo.Cain, ' tf TS tion. fl Eli Perkins will lecture at the Court House December 23. ITS moui V -- JV U V Jrf .Vti z MrTT'i!1 Wl - ,i7ITWrV n TVT ii nHtli In IT wTi mi ii l. i .wJrwWW fu , 4 Hartford Republican PUBLISHED KVEIIY FIUDAY MORNING. Editor rail Proprietor uhich affords them littlo safety, cither of life, property or trade and to establish n government lor the people, looking toward Republican it)8tittilions and u more stable and perma ncnt body politic, thus securing pro tection for life property and trade and a rcspectablo place among nations we repeat, when this is the state of the case, a great stalled prophet whose private nor public life is any too moral, places himself upon bis supposed dignity and poses as a great international moralist, What a spectacle! A great pity Grover didn't think of his great love for morality while he was a gay lark at Buflaln or when ho was bargaining with Greeham and Vnu Allou. The simple truth is Grover Cleveland thought to do something to bring himself into notice on the score of a po'it-ica- l iconoclast and at once proceeded to tearing dowu the good works of He the previous Administration. struck the Hawaiian question and the Hawaiian question struck him, aud he has failed to recover to this good hour. Mr. Cleveland will make a very unenviable reputation in his efforts to bring the Harrison Administration into - s confined to his bed for several weeks, visiting Mrs. Garl Ianbmn, of Rcy-- 1 ro, visited in the Washington is able to be out again. Station, and during the long ' borhood, recently. The school at this place is progwinter nights a certain young gentle Allen Anderson is erecting a J. nclgh-nold- A V'lPr-- IN' HIS DOSOM. Ktperl-rnc- a Mr. Th.nimmrs Hnlr Whitening 'With m Sad and Gloomy X JO. II. IIOUr.HN, FrUDVV, DfJCKMDUR 32, 1893. ANNOUNCEMENTS. I'OK AN.SIX.SflR, I , Putting on his outer shirt a fow mornings ago ho felt somothing fall from ono of tho sloovos onto his breast Vfc nnd through tho opening of his undershirt onto his naked flesh. Looking down ho saw an enormous spider coiled up and seemingly half dead from cold. But Rotting warmed run jailor. with tho heat of his body it presentWk ark authorized to announce ly began to straighten out its long J. E. Asiinv ' limbs covered with coarse, rod brisAs a candidate for the office of Jailor ' tles, and boforo Thruunnor could of Ohio county, subject to the action knock it out was plainly its old of the Republican party and the will self. of the people. ! Mr. Thrummcr did not tUro Bolza Dr. .r. It. IFMto We ark authorized to announce Vlrmlnghim, Alabama it with his finRors lost it fasten on them, nor did ho daro to innko any John V. Black not wonti enough to rxprest "t hare tta great benefit! reclrecl frommf movement to dislodge it for fear that As a candidate for the office of Jailor (or m instantly fix its jawB in his thiuki it would of Ohio county, subject to the action (aw bottles o( Hood'i Bariaparltla. I ml I'roKrimi flesh. Ho culled his wifo softly, but wc&k. and It mails me atronci 1 was a dupeD- of the Republican party. Of lliC'Coloied Te.ichers Associitiou 6ho was still nsloop. Ho daro not tie, and It cured me; I was sad and gloomjr, and to be held in the Hartford Magistelean over to touch her, no he contin- it made me cheerful and hopeful. And last, A. S. M. In the recent election for State rial District, the first Saturday iu ued to call her softly until nt lostsho though not least, It made mo an ardent an4 Senator in this District, Taylor reJanuary, 1894, nt 7:30 p. in., at the opened her eyes. Then ho told her Auk Your I'rlcnil ceived 3,750, Whittaker 3,204 and to get up and tnko tho tongs aud I Who have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla colored Baptist Church: tho creature as quickly as pos- ' working democrat All who hare taken Heod'l Bean 859, giving Taylor a plurality Music. Invocation Ben Coleman. what they think of it, aud the replies to givo it warning of Sarsaparilla wlUi mjr adtlce, report good reMusic. Essay V. N. Kuyken-dal- l. sible so as not of 540. will be positive in its favor. Simwhnt a"c was about, lest it might sults. I gladly recommend It to all sufferer " ply what Hood's Sarsaparilla docs, J. It. Wiiitk, M. U Illrmtngham, Ala. Notjii.vu can be truer than the asbito him. N. B. If you decide to take Hood's Bar- After much wandering our old What is the best method of teachthat tells the itory of its merit. One Mrs. Thrumuior, from her ' laparllla do not be Induced to buy any other inend, Judge B. L, D. Guffy.of Mor. sertion that evils die bard and that has been cured of indigestion or dys- ing Spelling Samantha Bracken. quiet tone, thoughtat first that fnsttad. InslituponHOOU'B. ho was jesting and pulled open U10 gnntown, comes back on the Lord's barbarism makes a strong fight even Discussion. pepsia, another finds it's indispensafamily eatharuo, Hood's Pill are the shirt to look for herself, when shosaw genu and effecUre. Try best 30 cent. ble for sick headache or billiousncss, side and says he is henceforth a Re. in the last ditch. Slavery died hard. Solo and Chorus Margery Hintou a box. tho tarantula. Tho creature also miw while others report remarkable cures and others. It died amid the convulsions of the publican. Judge, here's to you, and Lor, and still clinging to tho mnn's of scrofula, catarrh, rheumatism, salt What will be the final Destiny of breast bristled all over with menace. wishing you many years of well re mightiest civil conflict of all time. rheum, etc. the Negro? S. M. quited labor in the great cause of The immediate cause of its death, too, Therefore getting up without moro Hood's Pills arc purely vegetable. was Us own conscious fear of dissoluReading Charlotte noise than could bo holpcd she ran Republicanism. Read his able ar PER MONTH for tho tougs nnd app ached tho tion which it knew to be inevitable Eidson. Rnllillnfc Mntertnl. tide elsewhere in this issue. In spot where tho insect lay. Own Any one needing building material and believed would bo early. That Miss M. Hintou Intemperance But as if it divined that sho was mnilo easily anil liononibly, without capiof any kind, such as lumber, ceiling, Song Georgia Walker. The lato School Law is a very question is settled, was settled by the man, about to Bcizo it, it suddenly ran up tal, during ywiir spare hours. Any handflooring, windows, sash, doors, lime, Recitation Minnie Taylor. great improvement over the old but sword. But there is another barbarito Mr. Thrummer's left shoulder and woman, boy, orplrl cniulotlio work mi- ily, without experience. TalRlhf: cement, or builders hardware, would Essay Celcstine Chinn. there is still much room for improve sm which is our heritage handed over on his back. Only able to guess necessary. Nothing like It for money-- I do well to call on or write to Cary & What are some of the most suitant its exact whereabouts Mrs. Thrum-me- r inaklngcvir lUVrwl licforc. Our workers Among the changes that could down from ye olden time nnd with incut. Xo time wasted In was ut first afraid to try and always proier. Marble, Owensboro, Ky. ble books for teachers to read? Mrs. be very profitably made aro the foli which common sense and decency W tench you In seize it for four that tdio would not learning the Imslncst. W. G. Paiks how to Miccml from tho lowing: That part of Section 78 have long contended with some locate it right and that it would a ullit You can nmku n trial without llrst IC t'nllN. ifr Select Reading Bertha Beard. which requires the Trustees to furnish measure of success. But this barbar-risbury its torriblo fangs in hor hus- hour. to yourself. Wo start you, furnish Harris & Duquo, Erin, Tenn., manEssay Lizzie Ingles. band. But at last, seeing it move cverylliluf; needed to carry on tho busi is not one that is a fit subject for each School-bouswith"aseat, patent ufacturers of the celebrated Erin Lime Paper P. A. Gary. slightly, sho made a sudden plunge ness nuccensruiiy, mm Kiiaramcc you or otherwise,"should bo made to read the arbitrament of tho swoid; unfor have in their employ, in the various Should Corporal punishment be ex- at it, and catching it well between nualnst failure if you but follow our Header, If simple, "patent or otherwise, in tho discre- - tunately it is beyond so summary a departments of their business, several cluded fro.u the tho prongs of tho tongs held it firm- you are plain Instructions. money, and Common Schools? In need of ready The firm writes for This tiou of the Comity Superintendent." method of dealing. It is a barbarism hundred men. ly, squeezing it as tightly as sho want to know all n!ont the best paying subject was not discussed at the could, endeavoring to kill it or at business lieforu the public, semi us your Drummond's Lightning Remedy for last Association, Such a change would prevent Boards whose miserable existence is due to but will be least render it so that it would not bo mllrvs, mill ,e will mall you a docuRheumatism, and say they have curof Trustees tho propagation of a diseased public with old fogy ideas at this one. Affirmative ablo to bile. Another of the family ment Hiving you nil the particulars. FOKONVIM.K. ed in every instance. The remedy Crit from wasting their District's money opinion which once rolled it is as a Parks, Jack ShulU. Negative now coining in, tho shirt was cut Dear reader did you ever visit The always gives satisfaction. TRUE & CO., Box4O0, If the on homemade seats, and at the same sweet morsel under the tongue: a awuy. Thrummer was bo nervous RisrunncAN office? If you have you druggist cannot furnish it, write to Anderson Thomas and Calvin,T.iylor. Augusta, Maine that ho sobbed like 11 child. Mrs. time prevent a monopoly of the patbarbarism the bosoms of whoso ad will realize what I shall attempt to Discussion by others. 0 Thrumuior let go her hold, nnd tho ent desk business. The law relative vocates and abettors are pervaded by impart to you. If not you have miss- the Drummond Medicine Co. , Closing Address Jo. B. Rogers. giant spider fell to the floor. Maiden Lane, New York, and the Report of Coinmitteeon Resolutions to tho purchase of charts should the spirit of old fogy ism and whoso ed a pleasant call. Your correspondStatement of the Condition But thougli badly crushed, it was remedy will be sent to your address and Misccllaneos business of bo made more explicit and more bucks are covered with moss. the As- not dead and showed fight nt once. This ent had the pleasure of such a visit OF THIi Agents wanted. sociation. It rau at Mrs. Thrummer fiercely, atbinding. In determining the salaries mean and uncouth remains of an age recently and it is useless to say I enm m tempting to got nt her bare foot, and Adjournment. office, Viilunblr t'nrm rorNntr. long L'oue is just now making itself joyed it. When you enter the of County Superintendents the mini had to be loatcu off with n broom. We ofTer at private sale the farm of S. M. Tavlok, Pres. mum allowance for each pupil in the felt to the great disturbance of a few which is located on Main Street, you It was finallv captured and conthe late Jo C. Darnctt, four miles west C. T. Eidson, See'y. county should be raised from eight to neighborhoods of the county which 'most always find on your left, seated fined in a boi'with n glass top, but the venera- of Hartford, containing about 225 in a few days stung itself to death. twelve cents. are so unfortunate aa to be still its in his arm chair, ble old gentleman, whom we know to acres. Good dwelling and outbuildIt would fling itself upon the walls of hiding places. This parasite, which its prison aud endeavor to seize tho The Caneyville Herald has the fol continues to cling so tenaciously to be Mr. lo II Rocers. Thefrostsof many ings, and an abundance of stock A.t tho Closo of Busmoss wood with its mandibles in n sort of winters have silvered his locks.yet in water. Land and all fencing in the lowing to say regarding their Sunday life, is the bug dead custom but the Juuo 30,1893. fury. Mr. Thrummer is of tho becondition. For further particu no wise blunted his intellect. Kor best Schools and Christmas: lief that were these creatures substistill disgraceful exception of''turuing yet, we find him one of Ohio county's lars and terms of sale, address or call The Caneyville Sunday School will tuted for Miakes tho wholo world KIJSOUHCKS. not celebrate Christmasby decorating out the teacher.'' As tho country has brainiest men. On proceeding to the on the undersigned. would lw prohibitionist Tho ono Wood Tinslkv, 1 Executors. the church and preparing a feast of become more civilized, this senseless next department we meet with the 76,205.14 that paid him so unwelcome a visit Notes and Hills C. M. Barnett, ) fruits and candies. Neither will the custom has fallen into disrepute, al bright faces of Messrs. Anderson and 20 tf 3,000.00 was ono of tho lurgest ever seen in Real Khtatc Sunday School members commit to though s these jKirts, nearly covering, with its Furniture and Fixtures . . . 1,500.00 of the teachers Barnett. They, too, arc men of intelAiiiioiinrriiipntH forllnyllM. i:. memory and recite poetry and whole b'64.98 legs extended, a largo saucer. It F.xpen.scs paid Cluirrli. chapters of the New Testament, for, "treat" their schools every year, ligence, who understand their busihad probably sought tho house for Cash on hand aud in Il'ks . .17,447.55 There will be a Concert given at alas! Caneyville has no Sunday But now aud then a school is dis ness and mean to do it. They have wnnnth. Fredoricksburg (Tex.) CorSchool. It is not because Caneyville turbed by the re rival of this rftnnant been engaged in the work many long the M. E. Church, Hayti, f99.017.67 respondent. has no little boys and girls, and MAIUMTIES. $1.25 of the age of barbarism, aud the years and take pleasure in showing night, for the benfit of the Church. grown up people, too, that ought to Capital Stock Christmas Tree Monday night, De$35,000 00 At Pustertiiai,"ln Austria-Hungary- , Last week, you through the office and explaining attend Sunday School but because er teacher "turned out." Re- - recently, a young woman nbout JM Surplus 5,250.00 well, just because. however, the c'imax was reached. It to you the many little incidents which cember 25. 1,293.14 years of age, while ascending a Reserve Fund will have a Christmas was, years ago, nothing uncommon go to make the compositor's life a lecRev. G. J. Bean will deliver Hartford mountain, slipped and rolled down a Interest and Kxchane . . . 3,017.59 Tree, however, and she has three to hear of a teacher being pounced interesting. I respectfully invvite ture to the Sunday School on Sunday 64,426.94 precipice till stopped by tho bough Deposits January 7, 1894. Sunday Schools, too, and there will upon by a half dozen of the "big you to give them a call. of a tree. In tills perilous position $99.oi 67 Fordsville is on a boom. sho remained for two days and two e be many a hustling and A large attendance is desired and boys" and "ducked." Even last year JOHN II. HARKHS, CASiiir.it. nights. The streets are still muddy. urchin on hand that night to enjoy sensible peoplo were ashamed to ac expected on all these occasions. Sworn and subscribed to before me Our banker, Mr. I. C. Adair, reports G. W. Nai.L. the blessings of a Sunday School knowledgo that the county had aguiu It was n Philadelphia littlo boy June 30, 1893. business good with him. who went to church nnd heard a Christmas Tree who hasn't been to been made the victim of this foolish Rowan Homihooks. C. O. C. School TriMtrev. preachor annouueo repeatedly and Mr. Frank Haswell, of Hardins-burAnd attempt to be smart on the part of the Sunday School in six weeks. There is .1 mistaken idea in onr emphatically his text, "I am God." Hy SiniMiv Tavlok, D. C. Mr. Z. U. spent a few days with there'll be some old sinners there, too, young alecs aud a young teachcounty that the trustees can wait unOur business continues to grow, as As tho nudienco olowly filed out, tho Butler's family last week. bo truthfully er was plunged under the ice, but of whom as much could til the very last month before goods boy, according to Tho Press, pijnxl the above statement will show, both Miss Sallic Daniel, of Cloverport, up, "Papa, is that really God" nre purchased to fulfill the law. said. But such is life and we agree it remains for the climax to be reachin magnitude and prosperity. Two is the guest of Miss Dimple Hays. This is a mistake. If all the School-Suppl- y years ago a deposit of $25,000; one that Cancy ville should have a Sunday ed iu the good year ot 181)3. Last Mrs. Georgia Graves spent a few Italian Bhips nro worked cheajior Houses in the United States School as Mr. Newman says. $64,000. week two of Ohio county's most thun thoso of any othor nation. Tho year ago f45.oo; days at Horse Branch last week. would put all their salesmen iu the monthly exixjnso of un Italian ship This is due to the fact that the young young lady teachers were P. Stum, of Whitesville, Prof. F. $1.4Q. with a crow of 5J0 men is about fl"5; men nre beginning to realize that it is The late School Law requires all "turned out," although both expect- spent Saturday and Sunday in town. State of Kentucky at once, they of an Amoricnn ship, $1,000. could not get over the State in two School-hous- es not the money made but the money "hereafter erected" to ed to "treat." But this was not taken Miss Eva Pirtle, ofEtnaville, spent months, and our trustees can pursaved that sets them up in business. be furnished with locks and keys. into account by those bent on doing Sunday with her sisterin town. Sir Isaac Newton was not n smokchase now and and have the goods The man who'saves each day and puts This is a good law so far as it goes, Mrs. Mollie Davidson and little er, although ho hud tho reputation something smart, and the young delivere 1 next September and get the fault is that it does not go fai of tho "smoking philosopher." He at linterest fifty cents, will in .fifty mother at were hurried away, one of them daughter, Ava, visited her plenty of time from date of delivery years be worth $58,000 Rich! did not uso tobacco in any form. Courier-Journa- l enough. The low should require ev- to the creek and the other to a pond, Deanficld last Saturday. to levy a tax and pay for the goo Is. We arc here to assist the business SulMiss Georgie Pirtle, of near ery house to be iurnished with lock to bo Among tho Zulus, young jieoplo interests of the county, and we solicit "ducked.' If such occurrences If you wait until next summer you Springs, has been vissting her phur and key and not limit the requirefight and got married. In this coun- and appreciate the account of as these do not compa-- s the death may have the prices raised and you every try they get married first nnd fight pushing, enterprising individual ment to those "hereafter" built. But of this nefarious practice, then we sister, Mrs. Tabor, of town. will have to have the gooJs and you or nftorward. Mr. Clarance Smith and lady enter Trustees are fully authorized inde have An Educator. firm. JOHN II.BARNKS.CAsmmt. no way of conceiving the utter tained quite a number of their friends will beat theirmercy. m peudent ot a direct requirement to depravity of public opinion. Joilge Gary hihI tlm Jurors. last Saturday night. "How About I Im Wenilior." Judgo Gary has always had nn estake nil precautions necessary for the pubThe Weekly Courier-Journa- l, The young folks' social given by pecial dinliku for men who try to An Ago of 1'roKrrNN. protection of the School house and so shirk jury service on flimsy excuses, Master Clarance Smith Miller was lished at Louisville, Ky., delights in In obedience to the demand of the would bo but the part of wisdom t and n number of good stories nro told keeping its subscribers guessing. In nge and the law of our State, our quite a success. to furnish theso equipments at onco. of experiences that veniremen havo meetings and Sunday addition to being the greatest DemoThe prayer schools are tobc furnished with globes, had with him. A littlo German onco Why should so many good houses in maps, charts, etc., and there is some Schools at this place are progressing cratic newspaper published, it has tried to get out of juryberviuo on tho the county be left stauding practicalbeen a pioneer in enterprises that remisunderstanding among our Trust- nicely. plea that ho could not speak good months of the ly open during seven Willie Bradfield met with quite a quire thought and figuring 011 the English. ees as to the purchasing of charts. year with no protection against tho Some think they have a choice be- painful accident last week while tak- part of its subscribers. The Weekly's "You'll not havo to speak any at ceiling,iloor-ing- , all," said tho judgo. tramps and young bloods who might tween something and nothing, but ing a horse to water. The horse be- estimating contest on the election in "Well, slnulgo, I don't t'ink I make wish to invade them? Trustees would that is not the spirit of the law, and came frightened and ran some distance 1892, by which $14,400 in gold coin a good shurornnyhow," persisted tho School-house- s do well, also, to furnish their among forty-fiv- e we find the Teacher's Normal Series when it fell, catching the boy between were distributed juror. with window shutters. Every well adapted to our schools. the horse and ground, injuring him guessers, is a sample of this, The "Why noti" school-hou- se shouldbo iusured against latest guessing offer of this paper is very badly. "Well," with a motion townrd tho . nttornoys in tho caso, "I don't underon the weather that one subject on Success to Tin: firo and other casualties, thus giving stand nodings what do.so fellers bay." which we all consider ourselves prophJaunita. to tho districts the greatest possible "Neither docs nny ono else. Sit ets. The Weekly Courier-Journsecurity. These things will cost but down I" thundered tho judgo. proposes to give away $1,000 in cash We ii:am-'ii:i.Sr a small outlay of money and will be Another juror put in a sick oxcuso. THE WEEKLY to its subscribers who can name the Miss Kate Thursting- is very sick. "Havo you anything from your quite cheap considering their coldest day in Feburary, 1894, at doctor to that effect?" asked tho c E. S. Miller has a very severe -judge. Louisville, Ky., and guess closest to of la grippe. "Yes, sir," was tho reply, and tho the lowest temperature on this day. Isaten.pago eight column DemoNeuralgic l'ersona Mr. G. C. Roberts, of Owensboro, So leng ns the Democratic party And troubled with rssultlot The contest closes January 31, 1894. cratic Newspaper. It contains tho doctou's certificate was handed up to from thosaor overwork willncrvomnfcM by Using our little town. be relloved cars him. tho interests of Sla- is again visiting could subserve Every new subscriber who sends $1, best of.everything going. Itrotvn'tt Iron JSUter. aenulo Miss Ella Westerfield, of OwensHENRY "That's a good doctor," said tho tuu trade m&rk aud ernwed red Uuos on wrapper. very and prolong the supremacy of can make one guess; atd every old WATTEUSON is tho Editor. judgo. boro, who has been visting her aunt, . tho Slave Oligarchy there were no subscriber who renews, sending $1, "Ono of tho best in tho city," reMrs. Mollie Moore, for several days, FITS. All fits stopped free by Dr. Prioe 1.00 a Year. Democratic Presidents spinning fiue returned home Saturday. plied tho juror. can guess. Send for a sample copy The Weekly Courier-Journ- al Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. No makes i(imh:uiioou. theo'ries about "American honor, in"A very good doctor," went on tho fits after first day's of the paper for full particulars. Marvelous Mr. J. W. Loyal put a splendid liberal terms to agents, and judgo, not noticing what tho juror cures. Treatise and use. trial bottle Christvery Dec, 18. Wehearthe merry $ 2, 00 tegrity nnd morality." When did tho grate in Mr. D. S. Miller's office last Write at once as the time is short. gives free premiums for clubs. Sams had Buid. "He'll havo you cured by I ree to Fit cases. Send to Dr. Kline, mas bells ringing and it won't be Democratic party over do anything week, noxt term of court beyond question. 931 Arch St., Phila., Fa. For sale by plo copies ot tho paper and four-pag- e long before old Santa Claus will be vi.Hri:iu'ii:i.i. that could i m pi ess tho student of his Report to mo then without furthor all druggists! call on yours. Mr. Morrison is erecting a new seen loading up his little wagon with 36 ly Dec. 18 The scries of meetings, Premium Supplement sent free to summons." Chicago tory that the party had any well de- building on Main Street for Steve Journal. the nicest of things to take to the which have been in progress for two any address. Write to fined ideas on these thing, anyway? Moore. Steve says he intends to weeks, at Bells Run, closed yesterday. nice little boys and girls. A Truo Tutrlot. When Texas with her 240,000 square make his house a thing of beauty. additions to the church Courier-Journ- al otirvlcinity. The Thirty-fiv- e "How did you liko Franco, molu Business is dull in Mr. J. J. Huff, our popular drugmiles of territory was tho coveted horr) You spent sbc months tliero, farmers nre through gathering corn were secured. The ordinance of hip-tisLOUISUILLE, KY. I understand." prize in the gaze of tho Slave Power, gist, believes that he is the most im- and are prepared to enjoy the winter was administered yesterdny by "Oh, tho countiy is good enough, tho Democratic party cost "American portant man in town, for he says all sitting around the fire, discussing the the pastor, Rev. B. F. Jenkins, who The Kei'Uiilioan and the Weekly but the language is abominable" of the crippled women belong to events of the past year. was ably assisted during the meeting Courier Journal will be scut one year honor, integrity aud mora ity' to the KW1sssi sy.roofTwaHTss "How so?" four winds and literally robbed u sis. him. to any address for 8 1.75. J. W. Stevens went to Whitesville by Rev. V. D. Cox. "It's not half 60 musical as our Prof. E. w. Umltta, Frln. OommsrcUl Oolite has been in last Saturday, returning Sunday ot Ky Unlrerslt, Lexnf ton, Ky., wu awards Miss Lizzie Ilcid, who Married, nt Bells Run, on the 14th ter Republic of her rightful territory Address The Repudlican, Hart- Gorman tongue For cxnmplo, when for four months, returned n Gorman makoa lovo to a woman ho MEDAL AND DIPLOMA Miss Alice Morris, of near Sulphur Inst., by Rev. W. D, Cox, Mr. U. S. ford, Ky. and that in the name and by tho au- Owensboro BT THE WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION.- says 'Ich Hobo sicb I' Ich liobo sich I' But home Saturday, gladdenig the hearts Springs, is visiting in the neighbor-borhoo- McKinley to Miss Ida Taylor. We thority of tho United States. and which certainly sounds very sweet. For Mjalcm ofBoolekreplns; Coal to complel of our young men. HualnrM Kduratton, U of several the guest of Misses Magno-H- join with a host of Iriends in wishing Coughing leads to Consumption; when the better element of a weak, A Frenchman, on tho othor hand, lluslnesuCouraa about tuO.lncludlng tultlon.books wife are visitMr. Rit Rhoads and anil board, l'bonograplijr, Tjrps Writing them a long and prosperous life. Kemp's Balsam stops the cough at growls "Cho fou nnmot Cho fou Tlerpbr Utiibl. For circulars, address, and and Viola Lake. insolent and impotent monarchy sees ing in Rosevillc, W B. amiTII, S'rraltlrnt, Lexington, lj. of, Ovcnsbo- George W. Taylor, who lias been once. D. L. Smith ami wife, nainol' which to mo sounds vory Miss Don Taylor, of Owensboro, is proper to throw off the authority brutal." Paris Figaro. Htt-fo- rd Wn aris Airrnonizni) to announcb DeiJ h. MlU.HR As n candidate for Assessor of Ohio county, subject to the action of the Democratic part)'. m o i ( man never gets lonesome. Miss Dellc Whittiughill, who is teaching n good school nt Rcynlolds Station, spent Saturday and Sunday with her mother at Rosinc. Miss Eva Pirtle, who visited her parents nearllnrtford during Thanksgiving, reports quite a pleasant time. Mr. James Durns nnd family moved into our town Saturday and now we have no empty houses in our town. Misses Ona and Mary Wade are still attending the great revival at Rose-villconducted by Revs. Coleman and nirch. The friends of Mrs. Mary A. Coleman gave her a pleasant surprise last Tuesday by preparing her n nice birthday dinner. She is sixty-nin- e and will preserved for one of her nge, scarcely ever being sick. Miss Parris Pirtle, of near Hartford, visited her sister, Miss Eva, last week. Mrs. Mary McCarty, Fordsville, and Miss Webb McCarty, Whitesvillc, were the guests of Mrs. G. W. Kclley Friday night. Miss Mary King, who has been in Owensboro for some time, returned to home in our little city Thursday. Miss Ktiiina Ke'ley was in Owensboro several days last week, and a certain young gentleman says he wishes she would never leave home again. Misses Abbie Smith and Jennie Reynolds, Fordsvillee, made a flying trip to this place, Thursday. Miss Eva Pirtle visited Mrs. Emma Kelley Sunday. Mr. Clint Roberts was very much lrightencd Saturday night by hearing what he supposed to be a suppressed cough under his bed, and on examination he found three persons there, and he made at the point of a them tell their business. They stated that they merely went under there for amusement, but Mr. Roberts is not much of a hand for foolishness aud he requested them to forever forbear at tempting anything of the kind in the Country jAy. future. e, will occupy when completed. U. C. Harnett was at home Saturday and Sunday. Jo, II. Rogers, wife and two children, spent Saturday night nnd Sunday iu Kindcrhook, the guests of Mrs. Amanda Harnett. R. P. Bairdand sister, Miss Pntdie, spent Sunday in the Washington neighborhood, the guests of the Misses Smith. Miss Oma Tanner spent Saturday night and Sunday in Kindcrhook. The Rcda Iwys and the Kindcrhook boys are contemplating a game of baseball Christmas day. It is with sorrow that we chronicle the sudden death of Mrs. Alonzo Stevens, of this place, who bade farewell to this unfriendly world on the evening of the 15th of December, 1893. She had been sick for some time with that dread disease consumption. She leaves a husbatfd and four children to mourn her untimely departure. t ft 4 ttlla Ian iiuiisv uu la ins juiui--i a iuiiu, iviui;ii uw Tnrnntuln. It rtaa an 1 m ressing nicely under the supervision of that accomplished lady, Miss Ada Jctt. J. A. Westerfield, of Pleasant Ridge, was in attendance at the baptizing here yesterday. Prof. C. M. Hicks, who is teaching the Moslcy, school, near here, attended the Teacher's Association of Magisterial District, last Saturday. Prof. W. C. Gray, of Mt. Mori.ih, was present at the biptizing yesterday. Ed Wallace, of Fordsville, was the guest of well, his best girl S.Uui- day and Sunday. Miss Emma Park, of Clear Run, was the guest of M. Yates' family scv- cal days last week. B. W. Taylor and wile, of Pleasant Rilgc, visited relatives here Situr- day nnd Sunday. DonJuan. Tho bito of a tarantula is ns dan Wonk and Dyspoptlo goroiw or an fatal ns that of n rattlo-Bimkand without prompt nttontion Bood'a Baratiparllla Clave Strength thp Hufforer dies in an hour or two. and I'orfeMv Cured. It was from 0110 of theso creatures that John Thnnnmor of this placo received a fright lntoly that nearly turned his hair whito In a fow min-itco, s. If Tmk JrSsJll V-- I I ! Hood's x Cures I I hus-bnnd- 's I Taylor-Discussio- n. '190 DOLLARS !BV Locality Your dis-cuss- el 48-5- Beaver Dam Our Offer. DEPOSIT BANK For $1.25 we will nine-tenth- send The Republican and New York Trib une botli lor one year. For we will wide-awak- g, send you The publican and the Home and Farm both one year. We will send you CJ The Republican and the Louisville Week- esti-mab- ly Commercial both one year for We will send you y la-d- ibs The Republican and the both one year for S1.75. We will send you The Republican and Cosmopolitan both one year for $2.00. We will send you The Republican and the Toledo Blade for Building Material. Any one needing building material of any kind, such as lumber, windows, sash, doors, lime, cement, Eli Perkins at the Court House. at-ta- both one year 81.75. have at this sale or builders hardware would do well to call on or write to c. office hlank warrants, Cary subpoenas lor Send your cheap. us and we order to will fill it promptly. Courier Journal O wensboro, Ky. Marble, V Co., svV? TK a Gerl .i-k- . -- wsme&r' &- New Tics at Pair Dros. & Co.'s. Toys for the children nt Pair Dros. & Co. . iI ,H CHRISTMAS CHIMES $. RING OUT on THE. FROSTY AIR! Overcoats at Costnt Kahn's to quit the business. Hlcgant line ol Fascinators at Fair Bros. & Co. Atcostl At cost!! To quit the iness at Kahn's. bus- Listen to their Merry Tones 1 Hoots and Heavy Shoes at a bargain nt Fair Uros. & Co. High grade Underwear cheap at Fair Bros. & Co. CHIME FIRST: Come in! Come in! Come in to Fair Bros. & Go's The Court Hall will be comfortably ni ranged for the lecture. Bargains, bargains in all winter stock nt Fair Bros. & Co. Big line boys and girls Caps at Fair Bros.. & Co. Jolly drummer Mills is in town. S. C. Taylor is in town. See Stevens & Collins' candies and John Sep Brown, ol Rochester, was in fruits. town yesterday. Fresh celery and cranberries at TraDr. Sanders, of Fordsvillc, was in cy & Sons.' town yesterday. Pickles andKrnut.atStcvcns& CoJ. II. Nave, Beaver Dam, was in llin'. town yesterday. All kinds of Jellies at Stevens & D. Lee and Ed Barnes, Beaver Collins'. Dam, were in town Monday night. Wm. M. Chancellor, Ccralvo, made Taacy & Son gives full measure our office a pleasant call Wednesday. and full weight. Mr. J. S. Boyd and family, of EmCandies, froni.se to .10c perpoundat ery, Texas, nre visiting in the counStevens & Collins'. f, Saner Kraut at W. H. Williams'. Fresh Baltimore oysters at Tracy & Son. PERSONAL. TranTcrx or llrul i;lnlc. Messrs. J. S. Mosely and D. L. Johnson have purchased the C.N farm above town Mr. Johnson will probibly move to the farm in the near future. Mr. C. N. MeDaniel has purchased the farm of Mr. J. S. Mosely near Horton. Mr. Jake Wcsterfield has sold his farm in the Crane Pond neighborhood to a Mr. Daily and has purchased the James May and Dr. J. E. Pendleton farms on the Dcaver Dam road near town. He will move to his new purchase at an early day. The admission to hear Perkins' lecture has heen reduced to the low sum of 35cts. Reserved seat tickets are on sale at Williams & Bell's drug store. At Homo. Largest line of Xmas novelties Hartford at Fair & Co. Leave your Christmas Stevens & Collins.' In ty.. Misses Lyda Morton and Corinne Cox went to Owcnsboro this morn- Yatching bus- orders at ing. Closing out at cost to quit the iness at Hartford at Kahn's. CHIME SECOND: And see their stock j ' The Clothing jou want! Come to us and get your Clothing at Cost at Kahn's. Ladies Button Shoes 85c, 90c., at Kahn's, at cost, to quit the business. Young man if you don't take your girl to the lecture she will say you arc "no good." From now until January 1st, our entire line 01 Millinery goes at your own price at Fair Dros. & Co. $1.00 A large stock olSTAPLIJand FANCY groceries, wholesale and retail, constantly on hand, at W, II. Wil- of Christmas Goods! CHIME THIRD: . Their assortment is .The host in Town! CHIME FOURTH: Their prices now Are Marked way Down! ) liams.' Williams & Dell have a nice line of Albums, Scrap Books, Gilt Books and numerous things that will make nice presents. I am going into the Clothing Manufacturing business in Louisville, so come at once and get good bargains at Kahn's. CHORUS Swing out, ring out, clang with all our might! Call the people in to sec the Merry Christmas sight! The three Sunday Schools of town have united forces as usual and will give a mammoth Christmas Tree Monday night. j I ZF'XIES BIROS- - && CO. PROPRIUTORS OF Casebier & Burton are still in the Pineapples, pears, grapes, oranges, The little folks know where togo to livery business. Give them a call for anything in their line. They will cocoanuts, bananas, and all kinds of get candies and things nice, at Tracy & Son. fruits, at Stevens & Collins.' treat yon right. A 776 pound hog was shipped from Revs. J. B. Ferryman and J. II. You ought to slip into Mar Frost, of the Methodist Church, nre Caneyville Wednesday, Grayson is tin's and aoo tho prettiest holding an interesting meeting at some pumpkins when it comes to stook of fanoy goods ever hogs. Sulphur Springs. Amclcss Carson, our hustling will sell 2Slbs of New leans Sugar for one dollar. Mr. D. Stuart Miller, Manager of Friends and Hecker's Rolled oats Deanfield Coal Mines, was in town nre found at Tracy & Son. j csterday. Rcet Wcsterfield, who is attending Cranberries, celery, oysters, Fresh a medical college in St. Louis, Mo., etc., nt Stevens & Collins'. is at home for the holidays. If you wish candies and fruits you C.ILSntphcn. representing Meisse will have to go to Tracy & Son. Normal Teachers' Series, is spending Eli Perkins wil get there, but Tra- a few days in Ada, Ohio. cy & Sou are getting there now. Miss Cora Felix, of the Victory Stevens & Collins have the finest neighborhood, is visiting the family ol Mr. George Klein this week. line of fruits and candy in town. Mr. Charles B. Cooper, of Horton, For fresh eggs', pruiics.oranges.Ban-anas- , who is under medical treatment by pears, go to Tracy & Son Dr. Daird, was in town yesterday. Finest line of candies, fancy and W. A. Gibson returned Wednesday plain, are to be found at Tracy & Son. from a short visit to his many friends For best prices and terms on School in and about Caneyville. He reports Supplies, Trustees should see W. A. a pleasant time. Gibson. tf Miss Nola Wcsterfield, who has The Ruinsey Locks have been re- been engaged as Milliner at Gratz, paired so that boats can now pass Owen county, for several months, Is at home for the winter. through. Mrs. L. P.Loney and son, Clarence, For Maps, Globes and charts of all Union town, are visiting her mothnt right prices, see W. A. of kinds, er, Mrs. Tichcnor, of Ccntertown, and Gibson. tf will remain until after the holidays. This Republican is prepared to do Mr. John J. McHenry and wife and all kinds of Job Work on short notice. Miss Isabelle McHenry went to Louis Send in your orders. Mrs, McIIenry and ville Monday. Have your Christmas basket filled Miss McHenry will visit friends and by Tracy & Son with the nicest can- relatives in Afton, Va., before re-- 1 turning home. dies and fruits in Hartford. Having had an excellentseason"on Hood's Sarsaparilla, the king of the road" with my splendid photomedicines, conquers scrofula, catarrh, graphing outfit I have now establishrheumatism and all other blood dis- ed my gallery permanently at my new house in Beaver Datn,Ky.,where eases. Hood's and only Hood's. I am fully equipped for doing all kinds of photographic work. CabiToken up n mi KMrny InstantaneBy Peter Smith, living on Barnett's net photo's a specialty. ous photographs ol children. Creek, near the mouth of Rocky Fork, and see my work. Very truly. Call in Ohio county, on the 15th inst , A. D. Taylor. one heifer two years old past marked crop off the right ear. Her color No better aid to digestion, is white speckled on body and red No better cure for dyspepsia, neck and head, and appraised by R. Nothing more reliable for biliousA. Nantz at thirteen dollars. ness and constipation than DoWitt's Witness my hand this the 15 day Little Early Risers, the famous little of December, 1893. pills. L. B. Bean. J. W. Turner, J. P. O. C. m SEND twelve cents In postage stamps to 39 Corcoran Building, WashOnly a Hoy The above charming booklet sent ington, D. C, and you will receive by mail for One Dollar. 10 I2t four copicsof Kate Fied's WashingG. Wright, Richardsville, Ky. ton,, containing matter of special Infr terest. Give name and address, and MnuKMl! ( of good pop- where you saw this advertisement, iy One or two lar lumber. Address, F. A. Ames & Co., Owcnsboro, Ky. 5 tf car-loa- Time's Meilirinp itiovps flip HowpIb every day. In order to be healthy this is necessary. Everybody will be at the Court House December 23,to hear ...... Don't fail to try Or- W. II. Williams' HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION. Carson & Co. t -- ,.f V f '' ' ,t;- -' f- f . V 1 r -- , i. ' 5. lit Come now and get your Millinery. Miss Bennett, Hartford's best and stylish trimmer, will only be with Fair Bros. & Co. a short while longA new stock of trunks at Carson & Friday, 1)i:ci:mhi;r 22. 1893 er. Co's. lili Perkins, the great and only one W. H. WILLIAMS I.HADS. , cloaks go at Cost at Fair Dro. now living, will be here Saturday & Co. Hall wants your butter and night. Be sure and hear him. The '. Nice pickled pig fett at W. II. admission is so low you can almost Hall has the finest meat shop in hear him free. town. Hoots, all kinds, cheap at Fair A citizen of Hartford who has heard If you want a bargain, call on HenHros. & Co. ry Nail. Perkins lecture says he would not Figs ten cents per pound at W II miss hearing him Saturday night for New Millinery Goods for Christmas 10. It will only cost you 35 cents Williams. at Carson & Co's. to hear him. Cranberries, 10c per quart, at W.II. Take your produce to Hall, he pays The time for holding the Hartford Williams., price. the highest market Teachers' Association has been changBlankets at your own price at Fair ed from Saturday, December 23 to Wc are lull of everything lor the Dros & Co. Carson & Co. Christmas trade. December 30. Sec program in last week's Rispuhmcan. W. II. Williams' is headquarters keeps the wonderful Japanese Hall Oil and all kinds of patent medicines. for Ha nan as Little Pearl, the 6 year old daughSee W II Williams' fine chestnuts, ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Long, Sec our stock of Umbrellas. Tennesce, died on Tuesday Carson & Co. extra large try them night, Dec, 12. The remains were 2olbs of granulated sugar for $1, at Go to Hall's for your flour. He has interred nt Rochester, Ky.on the 14th. the cheapest and best on the market. W. II. Williams.' The many friends of the family extend 2Slls of ImSTnToT Sugar for f Ligc Rchanlson and Miss I.ouCain, condolence. of Clear Run, were married last Sun- at W. II. Williams. Bill and John Billings, of Henderday. W. II. Williams is headquarters lor son county, who arc in jail here, Haled hay, corn, bran and other cheap charged with breaking into Fitzhugh feed store supplies, call on Henry Renfrew's store, have composed a Fresh Oysters and Celery i 1 abundNail. lively song, which they sing for parance at W. II. Williams'. Clover Shoe, the best The Four-lea- f Don't forget to call on Williams & ties who visit the jail. The boys are good singers and it will pay you to Shoe on earth, can only be had at Hell lor Christmas goods. hear them. 6t 20 Carson & Co. Goal rigs for hire day or night at Hillory Romans, who has for some The handsomest stock of rugs that Casebier & Burton's stable. time been working as extra man for was ever brought to Hartford is at Buy Millinery uow prices will the railroad company at this and othCarson & Co's. suit you at Fair Bros. & Co. er points, has been given a regular Henery Nail has received a lioat Nice peach and currant jelly 5c position at Beaver Darn as night opload of general feed store supplies. per pound at W II Williams'. Try it. erator. Hillory is a deserving young Give him a call. we are glad to see him thus Don't missseeing Williams & Bell's man and Caneyville Herald. goods, C. R. line of Christmas goods before buying. promoted. If you need nice Xmas Martin will serve you with any kind Rev. J. C. Buchanan and family To enjoy Xmas, you must hear have moved to Greenville, wherethey of goods kept by a jeweler. Perkins' lecture next Saturday night. will make their future home. Our For Sams. A fine young horse. Don't go with an old cloak when people regret to lose such good neighCheap for cash. Apply to Fair Dros. & Co. will sell you one at bors and such pleasant friends, but S. A. Anderson, Hartford, Ky. every body joins Tun RnrunucAN in cost. wishing them a happy lite in their If yon are going to give your wife, To make the Christinas 1893 merry new place in the Capital of the mother or sister a Christinas present, Fair Bros. & Co. have cut prices in come and see our stock of furniture, every department. notions etc. Carson & Co. rugs, Revs. L. R. Barnett and Ed P. If you want a good ride to Beaver Crowe passed the examination at the can be found at A, D. C. R. Martin Dam, leave your order at Casebier & White River Conference at its session White's store. Men, he is always ready Burton's stable. at Joncsboro, Arkansas, last week and to mend your watches clocks and jewYes, I leave my horse at Casebier the former has been assigned work at elry. & Button's stable. I know they will Swiffton and the latter nt Wynne, C. II. Sutphen, Vice President, of take good care of him. Ark. Their many friends here will the C. K. Meisse, Company, Columbe pleased to learn of their good forBorn, to the wife of J. T. Funk, of tune. All join in wishing them much bus, Ohio, is in our town looking the Clear Run neighborhood, on last success and many souls for their hire alter the interests of his Company. Sunday, a boy, weight, 13 pounds. in the great work of preaching the ' The revival at thn C, P. Church gospel. Marriage license issued since our has been one of general Interest. last report: G. W. Raddish to Mrs. In this issue we announce John W. Revs. Watson and Crawford have earnestly and faithfully, and Hulda J. Lewis, J. S. Chinn to Mrs. Black, of East Hartford Precinct, as j the Christian people oi all denomlua Anna Belle Sliultz, 15. C. Richardson a candidate for Jailor of Ohio county, tions have entered with zeal into the to Miss Lula Cain, G. M. Bullock to subject to the action of the Republic- -' work. At the Sunday morning ser- Miss Cora 15. Dlacklock, D. Lee Barnes an party. Mr. Black was a gallant vice $150 of the $200 indebtedness on to Miss Ada Porter, C. N. Leisure to member of the 17th Kentucky during Rethe house was raised. So far there Miss Rachel C, Lanham, lidgar the war and has been a have been 18 professions. Rev. Wat- - Iglehart to Miss Lucy 15. Wimsatb publican. No man stands higher in sou left for his home at Auburn Wed- - ! J. S R. Wedding to Miss Lucy II. the estimation of ths people than nesday.The meeting was still In prog- - j Townsend, Samuel James to Miss John Black and he would make a ! Adolphlue Salome. and painstaking officer. . ressat time of going to press. S (INCORPORATED.) wy,n itm., .,! nnrt Shorthand ff Ttttainnsa TmlninL Oollcift'8. They k'lvct i 11 nnport to Imitliios nml iio chs. Catalnmio froo. Knoa Bpem-or- , Pnii't, J. K. Klxh, B"o'y. Adilrt'M Hponcorlnu CnlleffO nt PCIttreui WBsBH cg. The C.K.MeisseCompany.ofColum-bus- , Ohio, will give our Trustees a fair deal in the county. They come well recommended. : BUSINESS COLLEGES A bargain and live times at Kahn's as he is selling out at cost to quit the Dty Coods, Clothing, Boots and Shoe business at Hartford. Louisville. Ky.r Owonsboro, Ky., or Evansvlllo, lr)d. Wil-Hams- g, 1 s. nice, new chrystalized pie preparation Corn Wnuletl the finest and quickest way to make I will trade a New or Second-hanpies. Try it. Singer Sewing Machine for corn at Mr. Thomas C. Taylor died at his market price. Machine warranted. home, near Paradise, last Friday. Gross Williams, Agt. The remains were interred in the famM ho Vouches for CIiUmT ily burying grounds Saturday. The Owcnsboro Messenger says: Trustees who furnish their school-house- s "There is on exhibition at Smith's with maps, charts, globes, store at Fordsvillc a curiosity in etc., by ordering of W. A. Gibson the shape of a hickory Ple 28 s Icet long and not over get honest goods at honest prices. of an inch in diameter at the butt. All are glad to meet the pleasant It is almost straight and almost face of Deputy Clerk Lon Render uniform in size all the way up. again. Lon has been absent from1 was found near Fordsville and his post about six weeks on account It its extreme height is accounted for of sickness. by the fact that in its growth it If you are looking for uice things was supported by grape vines. The in the grocery line, drop in at Tracy story Is vouched for by Mr. J. C. & Son' and they will sell you any- Cliism." thing you need in that line. They The Trustees of Georgetown Colkeep the best. lege have provided to give free tuition necessary so three young men from each county School Trustees: The charts you have neglected to buy lor in the State on the following condiyour school district can be bought ol tions: W. A. Gibson, at prices that are right 1st. That they are unable to pay and on terms most reasonable. their tuition. ?d. That they are young men of Prof. Z. O. King, teaching at West-powrites: "I have just lost this p. moral character. 3d. That they have been studious 111. one of my brighest little buds from the Primary Department a sweet and give promise of good application". little girl. The School will bury the Apply to County Superintendent. remains Saturday. Ilollilny ItnlCK. Mr. Samuel James and Miss Adol-phin- c The Louisville, St. Louis & Texas Salome, McIIenry, were mar- Railroad Co. will make rates of one ried at the Commercial Wednesday. fare for the round trip, between all This Republican extends congratustations on its lines.for the Holidays. lations. Tickets will be placed, on sale DecemOwing to sickness in my family I ber 23, good returning January 2, '94. For further information call on or will not be able to fill the appointment ' made for me by Bro. Pate at Mt. Her- address Agents, or H. C. Mordue, man for next Sunday at 11 a. in. Ass't G. P. A., Louisville, Ky. Robert A. Crowe. d seven-eighthrt received. - brought to Hartlord. Just Not one minute elapses between the taking of One Minute Cough Cure and relief. Why shouldn't people It's just as easy to try One Minute take One Minute Cough Cure? They Cough Cure as anything else. It's should. They do. L. B. Bean. easier to cure a severe cold or cough with It. Let your next purchase fora cough In: One Minute Cough Cure. Klectrlcal Tanning. In a recent lecturo delivered at tho Better medicine; better result; better Royal institution, London, on the try it. L. B. Bean. advanced chemical, metallurgical and The annual election of Officers of manufacturing processes of tho present time, Dr. Swinburne mado spe Hartford Ljge No. 675 will be held cial reference to electrical tanning ' on Wednesday, Dec. 27,1893,2 o'clock and to tho remarkable results which p. m. at the Hall in Hartford. All had been obtained by means of a members are requested to be present. combination of electrical current and W. H. Moore, W. M. mechanical agitation. Though tho II. Weisheimkr, Sec'y. 19 3t phenomenon has not yet been theoretically and thoroughly investigated, Dr. Swinburno is of the opinion that what takes placo is olectricosmosis. Tho skins nro full of minuto interstices, and also of minute cells, and though itho agitation suffices to hasten tlio penetration of tanning iiuid into tho interstices something morosubtlo is required to forco it through tho walls of tho cells. Referring to tho subject of oloctrol-ysis- , ho showed that of water, with a current of about 30 amperes, 100 volts pressure, tho current is so pow! -- the great Lecturer, Eli Perkins. Business letters and correspondence come to this office every week addressed to the editor personally, erful that it maintains a brilliant arc light undor tho surfaco of tin water, and even fuses tho point of tho iron character. anobe. Those experiments, it is easy to see, are of an important practical Very near at the Price. Queen Caroline, tho wife of Georgo II, seriously thinking of closing St. James park, in London, and turning it into a garden for tho palace, asked Sir Robert Walpolo what it would cost to do so. "A triflo, madam; only n triflo," replied tho minister. "A triflo?" rejoined her majesty. "I know it must bo protty expensive, but can't you tell mo as nearly as you can guess!" To which Sir Robert answered, "Why, madam, I believe the whole thing will cost but threo crowns." Tho queen had sense enough to seo Walpole's allusion to tno crowns of England, Scotland and Ireland and said at once that she would abandon tho notion. Now york when our friends know if they would only think, that he is away much of the time with the schools and so business and news letters are both delayed. Friends, please address all such communications to The Kepublican, Hartford, Ky. This insures prompt attention. Hear, Perkins cember 23. De- Journal. It on Principle. David Paul Brown, tho well known Spent Prof. J. D. Crowe and wife of Temple, Texas, are the guests of Dr. E. B. Pendleton and wife. Prof. Crowe has many friends here who will be glad to hear that he was recently married to one of Texas' fair daughThey are now ters Miss Jenkins. on their bridal tour. That successful journalist and pleasant gentleman, Col. Ion B. Nail, of the Farmers' Home Journal, spent several days In town this week among The Colonel his many friends. brought his gun along and much of his time was spent in the fields making tilings lively for the feathered creatures, bnt we do him no injustice when we say that he is more apt with his pen than with his breechloader. The Nlnmlnril ol True Kelliicmciil, DEMOREST'S FAMILY MAGAZINE. I life-lon- g le A certain punctilious old gentleman used to say that no true lady would ever wear a stocking with a hole in it. The same Idea was voiced by a girl of a later generation, who declared that she never felt Hkcalady when there was a button off her shoe. Each put into words an appreciation of the fact that more is required than utward correctness of appearance to mark the woman Whose innate impulses are all toward refinement. As the man of thorough breeding I to be recognized by his bearing to his inferiors, rather than by his conduct to his equals, as the good housekeeper Is judged by the condition of her cellar and pantries, rather than by the state of her parlors, so is the truly refined lady distinguished more by the unnoticeable mlnutiicof her dress than by the outward effect. Slurried Wednradny. Hon. J. S. R. Wedding, of this place, and Miss Lucy B. Townsend.of Horton, were married at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. J. A. Wedding, at noon Wednesday. Rev. Jo. Acton, of Sulphur Springs, in a very impressive manner, pronounced the The words that made them one. bride and groom left for Whitesville at once where at the home of the groom's sister, Mrs. P. H. Haffy, an elegant reception was given Wednesday night. The contracting parties stand high in the county and their many friends join in wishing them all the good to be had In this life. The groom is a rising young attorney and polititi-ciaand the bride is a highly cultivated and refined young lady. After spendingafewdays at Whitesville, Mr. and Mrs. Wedding will Louisville and visit Owcnsboro other places, arriving home Sunday before New Year. n, Hitmen-Porte- r. Mr D. Lee Barnes.Beaver Dam, and Miss Ada Porter, Morgantown, were married Wednesday Mr. Barnes Is a popular young business man, a former teacher, and now a member of the, Beaver Dam Milling Company. The bride is a highly cultured lady, and the many friends of the young people congratulate them upon the happy consumation of their courtship and wish them a pleisant journey to the end ot life. Nnllret All articles for publication should be addressed to THi'.RBruiiLiCAN,Hart-ford- , Ky,, to insure prompt attention. ( YourLnino Hack, And the painful torture in joints and muscles is nothing but Rheumatism. Nothing but Rheumatism kills people. Nothing like Drummond's Lightning Remedy for speedy relief and quick cure. One trial will convince anyone that it Is a wonderful preparation. Accept nothing In its place, for nothing else will do the that time I find I havo received up- work. It should be sold by all drugward of $100,000 for professional gists who take pride In keeping services." abreast with recent discoveries in "I know," replied the preceptor, medicine. For full particulars, testi"you havo been very busy, and it la necessary to bo vory busy for a monials, etc., write to the Drum-mon- d medicine Co., 48.50 Maiden young man to mako such a sum in bo Lane, New York. Agents wanted. short a timo." "Oh," said Mr. Brown, "but you don't know how busy I have boon. llolldny Excursion Hate. I havo spent it all. Thero isn't a dolThe C. O. & S. W. railroad will spent it on sell tickets for 1 and lar loft. Yes, I havo fare for the principlo. Thero nro two kinds of extravagance that which comes roundtripon December 22d, 33d, 24th, from lovo of display, and that which 25th, 30th and 31st, 1893 and Jansprings from contempt of wealth. uary 1st, 1894. All tickets good reMinoistho last. If I became rich turning January 3d, '94. Excursion I should bo indolent and lose in famo tickets will be sold between all local what I gained in monoy. That is stations and to stations on the O. V. not tho coso with all perhaps, but it railroad and theOwensboro & Falls of is with mo." Mr. Rawlo smiled indulgently at Rough and Green River railroads and his brilliant pupil, who could novor to stations on connecting lines South bo brought to confess that his ex- of the Ohio River, except no excursion travagance was anything less than a tickets willbesold for a greater dismatter of conscience. Youth's Comtance than three hundred miles. panion. . For further information address T. TUo Morphine Habit. B. Lynch, General passenger Agent, "Tho morphine habit is spreading Louisville, Ky. to an alarming oxtent," said a down town physician lost night, "especially among young men, and I regret to say young women also. "Tho specialist who undertakes to to sell tho great illustrated Family "Pennsylvania Grit." euro a morphino coso ontors upon Newspaper, Good, ono of tho most difficult problems Best selling paper published. of science. Self euro is probably at- live boys make from 50c to lb every Send for frco sample tempted by 95 out of 100 victims of Saturday. morphinism at Bcmostago of theii copy and full particulars to QIUT discaso, but, oxcopting in tho earlier PUBLISHING CO., Williamsport, Btagcs of tho habit, when a persistent Pa. effort of tho will sometimes suffices, De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve cleansit is safo to say that no patient ever cured himself. Tho specialist has to es, purifies and heals. It was made diagnoso tho case without being ablo for that pnrpose. Use It for burns, to roly on any statement mado by cuts, bruises, chapped hands, sores tho patient, no matter how earnestly or solemnly it may bo mado. Ho of all descriptions and if you have must judge, indopendont of tho pa- piles use it for them. L. B. Bean. tient's word, whether tho real desiro for euro exists, without which ho can do uothiug." Boston Travollor. Philadelphia youth, very careless of money. Moreover ho used to say that this disregard of wealth was a matter of principlo. Ho studied law with William Rawle, and ono day preceptor and student met, after tho latter bad attained a high position at tho bar. "My dear Mr. Rawlo," said Mr. Brown, "15 years ago I gave you my check for $400 in return for your valuablo legal instruction. Since lawyer, was, even as a 1 Ml WANTED asm Hear Perkins, N iMti,JiX-JV3-..''M- . . ?MB. i"irrvM'''H" '?S!S9!f 'i,imv r -- sjfJMSjTffi " i" i Hartford Republican 1'iuinv, DrcRunKR SLAIN. 22, 1893. the shot from my rlflo sped 8. To bis brart, and No fell In this darknei- sJf tly ilcaill I tnvt my enemy bleed nnd illo. With never a tremor, never n sigh. "And now." t wild, "Is my iwacc secure: 1 shall fear Ills hand nnd liM (into no more." The. black night ennio with n Mcnlthy pnen And laid the shadous over his face. Hidden forocr from mortal low. And only Ood nnd tho darkness knowl Hut what would I barter of good und fair To tnko tho place of tho dead man there. As 1 face the future tho llfo to be, With Ood and tho darkness haunting met Frank L. blanlon In Atlanta Constitution. TWO CITIES. For Borne tlmo Biulgcrtown had entertained tho most iorvoreo nntngonlsm toward Alkali City, nnd, on tho other liand, Alkali City had looked upon Dadgertown with supremo contempt. Each town regarded tho other ns a trespasser nnd n menaco to tho prosperity of Cactus county, nnd each claimed tho sovereign right to becomo tho county scat when tho now county should bo organized. ".list tor think," osclaim-e- d Nathan Skidniore, tho mayor of Alkali City, "uv n town uv only 74 claimin tho right ter tho county Beat over it city uv nearly 100 population! contempt uv every intelligent squatter on Coyotopr.tirie," observed llill Baron-dolla- i, n muscular sis footer from Missouri who had cast his fortunes with Alkali City. "Rcenia ter me," ho went on, "that hit's uothin better 'an n confidence gamo ter git strungers ter stop in Dadgertown. "Why," ho continued, getting wanned up with tho subject, "tho mayor uv Dadgertown has had tho gall ter actually ask strangers ter como thar an meek thar homes; had a circular printed, which sez that tho town is on tho evo uv n great boom finost location on Coyoto prairie, rich soil, lino wnter, Italyou cliiuant, an tho only livocity in Cactus county! Dlamo tako tho onery cuss! Hain't Alkali City in Cactus county? Haug my looks, if it niu't n Hit's preposterous "Hit's outrageous an 1" desarves tho downright insult ter" "Dill," interrupted tho mayor, removing tho cob pipo from his mouth nnd fixing n look of incredulity upon tho speaker, "ken yo produco that circular?" "Hyar it is," responded Darondollar, drawing out a greasy, well worn document from his pocket and handing it to tho mayor. Nathan Skidmoro took tho parer nnd read it through with n thoughtful counbo hanged," ho broko forth, "if it ain't enough to bend every cuss in Dadgertown tor tho pen'tcntiary hit just is er I'm a liar nn don't know my own namo!" And bo shook his fist in tho direction of tho despised city. "Tho correct thing ter do, nccordin ter my judgment," pursued the mayor, "is ter call n meetin uv tho board uv trado uv Alkali City an provido measures for tho abatement uv public 1100- 6ances, nn 1 think" "Dadgertown would como under that .head," broko in Darondollar. tenance. "I'll "Nathan," said Darondollar, "by what method would yo perposo ter set-tl- o tho difficulty?" 'This," and Nathan Skidmore tapped n six shooter that hnrg nt his side. Durondollar nodded his approval of tho mayor's method, nnd tho two separated for tho night, Darondollar going to his cabin, n short distance uway. Tho next day nt an early hour n meeting of tho Alkali City board of trado was calltd, und its members assembled in Dill Darondollur's cabin. The mayor was the first to address tho meeting. era." "My idy egzactlv," chimed in Dill Darondollar.and thin opinion wndbpeul-ilratifhd by tho entiro crowd. Then tho meeting adjourned. A half hour later 11 delegation of armed and mounted men, headed by tho mayor, left Alkali City and galloped swiftly toward Dadgertown. "Boys," says Darondollar, "if they don't do tho mjuiuo thing" "Fix 'cm to they'll wish they had," broko in Joo Dudlow, jerking his hand in tho direction of u heavy bix nhootci that protruded fiom under his loose y "Feller citizens nn members uv tho board uv trade," he began, "wo hev met fer the consideration uv n question which is uv tho most vital importauco fer every citizen uv Alkali City. Dadgertown, it seoms, hev issued n circular which reflects on tho good uv this city, an ns I inn honored by bcin tho chief magistrate uv tho samo I feel that, in justice ter myself nn worthy feller citizens, homo action bhould bo taken nt onco ter viudicato ourselves in tho eyes uv tho world an tho intelligent Hjuat-ter- s uv Cactus county." "How shall this bo accomplished?" continued tho official when tho enthusiasm had subsided. "I can't meek no speech," said Jim Dudlow, "but I'm hynr ter say that I indorse eveiy word our honorable mnyor hev sed, an I think wo orter form ourselves inter an investigation committy an rido over to Dndgtitown, nn if tlu-don't 'pologizo nn meek amends for their conduct meek mi cxuniplu out ov right time." A cluster of miserable littlo shanties scattered about tho wind swept pr.iiiio wero nil tho indications of a town to bo seen. In front of 0110 of tho Hliuutii'i n littlo crowd of men was collected in low tones. Tho men from Alkali City npproach-td- . Tho mi'yor wis tho fiift to hpeak. Bcepping to thei fmit ot tlwciowd, ho " Yo nir ter do nothin without orders from me," said tho mayor in 11 voico of command. " I'm tho commander u v this company, mi I'll givo tho ciders at tho coat. Mid: "Gentlemen of Badgettown, yo seo before yo a committy uv citizens uv stun-d'rot- Alkali City, appointed by tho board uv trado ter investlguto tho lylu an btoriiH yo have been clrculntin regardin our city, nn ter iwk yo ter 'poligizo in a llttiu maimer er stiller the consequences which means that wo intend to tear down this dilapidated chicken ranch, scatter ita rickctty henroosts ter tho four winds, an administer sich chastisement ter tho detainers uv our city oh will s.trvo as a lastiu warnln ter nil like oiI'tiders in thu future! Dring out yer mayor an council, that wo may feiiht our eyes on tho biggest liars that over issued a leal estate circular or laid out a town" Tho sound of a woman weeping bitterly camo from within tho building, und tho mayor paused and cast a questioning glanco nt tho men beforo him. "Hit's tho mayor of Dadgertown in thar," said onuf tho men, nodding toward tho' tewKy. "Ho was throwed killed this mornin." from his lioas-'biTho men front Alkali City exchanged swift glanccsT but 110110 of them spoke. Ono of tho strangers standing near by now turned to tho man nearest him und said: "It'll bo baid cm his joor wlfo mt d Tin: iMHTincj nruiiir.M. cant even in Iowa and Ohio, where children. Thoy hain't got hardly 110th &SUSJBJJJI. in ter llvo on, I reckon." the Democrats had heretofore run on Mcnuwhilo Abo Homer, tho marshal IIY M.I.A MCCMMi; free silver platforms and this year on of Dadgertown, had gathered, a llttiu WKfllUIUNTIK A CU1IK unit ittviiit tint tuiitit a gold stntulard otic, yet the people crowd of citizens nliout him and wan cati'lul Iiivi'sUKntlon ns tnour responsibilWc parted in silence we parted at would not vote the Populist ticket to ity ana tho morilH of our Tablets. talking earnestly. night, I "Doys," ho said, "I hain't got much nny considerable extent, nran nun On the bank oi that lonely river; ter give, but I'm goln ter glvo all 1 can TESTIMONIALS we had stuck to the "I think if Where the fragrant pines thcirbotiglis ter help tho poro widiler an family uv W . . Will fnmtllntnlltilnalnvnlt.. nnA Ocnla pl.itfonu that .he people would Wc met, and wc parted forever. littlo children, nn 1 know yo'll do the edRoof . paU0Ilt wll0 wm vJJulll5rl Vt!SmtagwretE!r7iK 1" tow have rallied to us this year, but the samo." nfllTTf TtlTlf Tlrtfi linttntti Tho marshal took off his hat, nnd The night birds sang, nnd the stars opportunity has pissed. If all of us fflUMi'mm, habit MUMbMiibu above dropping several pieces of silver into It ..... ,....,., , imuusuui uiir had gone into the Republican pirty IVKMULA HOLD CUKU TAtlLUTS Told tunny a vondroit3 story proceeded to maku n financial tour """ nroaiimrrrt tlio free imo of Mquor or 1 hinf,..iii Miclitlninni they Miall viluntarlly glvo tlmm A FEW through tho crowd, nnd for somo time Of friends long gone to the kingdom in 1891 and devoted the time and mi. mt pnmplilKt or tiwtlumiilaU frw.uml tlinll above, i ","cn,l PMijM money to financial reform that we tho clinking of falling 10! was tlio only Testimonials ti?.B ...,., ,'1'"'0 B,",,r,r'rnniiyorHnio lmlilUlnoiinimiiiiU.il. Where the soul wears its mantle of have done, wo would likely have had ..v.. in rn.u(in miiiv tint in'lMlvimtl UJ l llll II III OUT 1 AHUKTlli sound that broko the Btillners. glory. HILL'S rTAIll ..... nrn fur antn l.w .11 vmrr.ni i.a FTR from porsons wm Whilo this was going on tho chief of nntvDltd nt i ,r My ad .l...... J itec coinage of silver now. If J"r clriiKKliulwmioikiH'p thru), enclCMo ui Alkali City and his followers wero We parted in silence our cheeks wire who havo boon vice to all rcformcts, including the nnirowlll eeiiil jou,by rvlurn limit, niiaokimoof91,00 our conversing in low tones. Hl wet ourod by tho uso of Party, is unite with the Write vo-i- nnmo nml "From nil appearances," said tho Jilnlnly. nnd etnto Sm. L With tc.1rsll1.1t ere past con troling; Piohibition yli.Mlior Tntileta rro for Tolweru. Muriililnu or mayor, "I I reckon wo hov"- l.liiHrIlntilt, a And we vowed that we'd never, no Republican p.irty. "Mado big fools of ourselves!" fin110 NOT nn rnCCIVCO Into purehnnlnB Ba "Wc in ' not achieve nil the never lorget, jT iny ui liiu VHrliiimiiiiHtruiiin HintiHtll lntnir ished Dill Darondollar. T11 k Onto Ciikmical Co.: tV And the vows nt that time were by mi doing dcsin-IIEAU Km: I havo been nttnir vntir ;,, i. l . whatovorl" agreed tho mayor ' 'w "That's .A.wjjja.i iiuu iiimi iiu uiuvr. consoling. euro for tobnrco linblt. nml fmimi it wmiM "We nie certain, as I think, to nod oi tho head. "I M with nn emphntic iiii.iLturiil only by do vrbRt you claim fur It. I mill ten ennta worth uf thniitmiiitcitrhcwlnir tubitrrunilav. seo that them fellers over thar air get-tiUut the lips that echoed that vow of achieve nunc lliiougli any oilier p.irty ml from ono to flwi clpnm; or I would smoke up n littlo puV for tho poro family, mine U. I. I). Uui't'V. in tun to lortv tnbnern. Hnvn in existence. nnil Binoki-- t for twetit(lvu vonm. nnd ttrn tmplcnirf nn when it comes ter that 1 'low Alkali OHIO CHEMICAL Ate ns cold ns that lonely river; CO, Mwrganlovvn. Ms . Nov. iS, iS)i of yourl'DblcUcuredtiiomil hnvoiiuileslrnforlt. City nin't broke. Is she, boys?" , And the iip.irkliug ee, the spirit's ll.M. Lcillc&tlcb. G;,C3 1 CS Opera lltoch "Notbyn jugful!" responded DaronrinnitH Vkkiit. V. V shrine, III Mrmnr.t lit I Iiihiim II nENTLRUrNTllROniOCnEUICALrJO.! n Siinintllniinirn dollar, "nn if woenn't givo more 'an LIMA, OiHO. Ilns shrouded its fire lorevcr. Agniti death claimed a hhiuing I rccclTixl lur ri.w wurin oi your ibimcui lor thorn fellers gives I'm in favor uv us them flit Tiff lit flllll. nllfiflllffh I WnalMlllinloimccu imuii. Iiinvvimiilfrani1 kIiaw 111 111 , the ' r.vnTiruuvns tbeydia tbo work In loan tlmu tlirnxtnvn. Inmcuml. walkin back ter town an gettin our And now, on the mid night sky I mark, November 27. 9 p. Truly yourn, MAT1IEW JOHNSON, J'.O. IloiO. oiiug-es- t look, I person o! Thomas 11. Kcown, names changed," and this sentiment FREE riTTnonaii, PA. And my heart grows full to weeping; TllROntOCnElflCAI. CO nRMTI.EHRN! was ratified by tho entire delegation. It ITlrOlt Inn liliniirM In ati..nfe m son oi Hugh Keowu. deceased, and Wonl Of tlfllllHI flip vtlllr TaIiII My ron waa Mtrvn, nlv niliHj.lj.1 Inilianunl "I'll jist open tho subscription with Itach .tar, to me is a ceiled book llquor.anil tlirtmitli irienn. iwh, nunirv jourTublcta. llnwaanbeavrnua Kcown, aged fourteen Mary cars rniiNiAnc nrinner. imt nfi..r n. m. Sonic trace of the lo.st one keeping. n fw of these," said tho mayor, taking .ThIi ii. I...I iiihU..i.. i.n....i nnd three months, Thomas entered nnd will not touch liquor of nny kind. 1 hnvo waited four luoutb buloru wrlUna-oft his hatauddropplnguhaudfulofsil in order to know tlio euro wua lwrmancut. Yours truly. We parted in silence wc parted in our school the second week, and was vcr Into it. Mil HELEN MOIttHSON. tears, His cxnmplo was followed by all the never absent a day until claimed to TiTKOnin riiruiri!.nn!.nrvTtvuriMrirtTAr.iAfiiiAmuirnnni t ...i . . On the banks of that lonely river; wvm : : : "" ; '" " ixua uu ...,1 1. 111 .my --. others, nnd his lint soon resembled tho UllVn imrtl imirtltllnn. IlVIUUtlriiilfral1t fn Mtvitn VimN ami linu..tuuin tilting iu H ... iuiu, his bed by the disease that ended his Dul the color and bloom ol those byo juickuKi-- of j our 'Xublou, mid without any ilTort on my jiart. specio vault of n small savings bank. U. L. lAiTLQ&T. earthly career. He was a bright bo, gone years, ulroHM all OrdorH to v "Now," said tho magistrate, "we'll ""A. Shall hang 'round its waters forever. of prepossessing personal appearance seo how them other fellers nir succeed-in- , Ho it ton, Ky. nn cf wo hain't doubled 'em we'll who nt once gained the love of teachu.ock. lu.ia, UMIU. meek another assessment. ' Hut now our er and pupils alike. Vk'onlf. til Wlmlnni. With this ho approached the crowd hearts are clouded, for one of our of Dadgertown citizens nnd said: The following letter was written by asszssmmsmsmmBmmmmammam "Uentlemen, I seoyo hev been t.ikin Judge D. I. D. Gttfiy.of Morgnntown, number, in evhnm i'li.id irrrnr rnn. Vi iuatsssKr up a littlo collection fer the potowidder fidence of being nble to win distincto the National View, Washington, nn children. How much havo yo got?" mftQ.o.tI''la-a.iiB- $ tion fur h.mselt, has been taken from 1J. O , of dale November 25, 1S93: "'Dout $2V wns tho reply. "Waal," answered the mayor," Alka- ' "The purchasing clauscof thcShcr-ma- n our midst. Teacher nnd pupils tender sorli City wants ter play in this ycro game, law has been repealed, but no re- their deepest sympathy to the rowing mother, sistets and brothers. nn liyar's her bit 'bout $000, I reckWnU-ilo. on," and ho emptied his hat nt tho feet vival ol business except a I'KAUI. Mii.i.ku. defeat ol the Democratic party, for of tho astonished crowd. The Then, without waiting to hear tho which let us all give thanks. Curious Sliellflsli. expressions of gratitudo that rose to tho persistent claim of the Democracy to Tho limpets nro n curious kind of lips of tho amazed citizens of Dadgerfavor of silver money enabled it shellfish. They resemblo tho town, ho turned nnd walked away. in their habits. Their interior to get into power and then it made AlA few moments later tho whole is mado of tho most brilliant colors, kali City delegation mounted their haste to clcmornluc silver, of cours-bronzo and iridescent hues predomhorses and galloped out of town nnd nothing but defeat could be reasonainating. They nro founil on tho west wero soon lost to sight over a swell in bly expected. The remit of the elec- coast of Mexico and nro so largo tho prnirie. thnt asTor half an hour they rodo before a tion disproves the oft repeated tho peoplo uso thorn for washbasins. word wns spoken. Thin tho mayor broko sertion ol tlie repealers that the peoTills has been contradicted by tho astho silence: ple were for repeal. The election al- sertion that tho greasers nover wash "Cleaned out!" and compared with Mark Twain's people are still de"That's whatever!" nniwcrcd Dill so proves that the remark about tho Marseillaise that termined to still vote either the DemDarondollar. Knnsas City Star. they mado tho lest soap in tho world ev-- I ocratic or Kepublican tickets, and and wero tho authors of tho famous The roniattsof llhoilnpe. iJence conclusive that the People's cong, but as a matter of fact tho Who on earth, or what on earth, are nover sing nnd do not use tho Pomaks? is the question which will Patty or Populist Party is deid, at For soap. suggest itself to most of thoso who least not u lactor in politics. Tho limpets aro ferocious animals glanco nt tho heading of this article. eighteen or tv euty years divers efTho Pomaks nro Bulgarophono Molinm- - forts have been made to organize new and prey with great voracity on mndnii lltilry'iri'liic flint lalfiunv llu.v clams. Tho process seems slow, but order tJ relor,n our mollc' tho limpet always gota there. He are Bulgarians who have ndupted tho Partics creed of Islam, but retained their own system. All of thcin have proved gets his cover over tho unsuspecting language. With their nativo speech dismal failures except the Greenback clam and puts his big foot on his Ve Are manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal directly with they havo preserved certnin usages and party. It elid cause .1 lepeul ot the shell, generally on a weak spot tlie consumer, llius saving the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices are rcas- customs of their own race, thus ntlord-inTnen ho whins out a. lone wirv to the ethnoloeiji an aduiirable field law requiring the burning up of the tonguo nnd proceeels to OHQblO, anil We rjuarar.tse satisfaction. Respectfully, boron hole for speculation .. to the exti nt to which greenback uiontv ar.dc.uiacd the pas111 his captive. When this is dono, I still n change of religion, unaccompanied sage of the Bland silver law tho shell Hies open, and tho limpet is by other influences, can modify tho inSc adhere to the opinion heretofore free to feast on tho poor clam's car- grained cluiritctcriotics of n nation. m letters in these columns cess. Ho eats but a part and leaves There nro Pomnka in mnny jiarts uf Owenrboro. Ky. Bulgaria, but tho Pomal: territory par that if wc had avoided fusion, and tho rest for tho fishes of tlio sea. escellenco lies in the wildest, lemotcxt stuck to tlie money question that we Exchange region of the Balkan i)euiusula, in the would have become an important f.ic-tOno Itarber's Grletnnce. heart of Rhodope, a terra iucoguita to in potitics. My fnvorito barber is a merry littlo tho European traveler, and known onl Sclentifio American ' I he organization of the People's fellow, and I always bolioveel until by report to tho neighboring races: in Agency for .tflk (indent dnys the haunt of the frenzied Party was a misfortune I did wh.it tho other day that ho wns ono of the Bacchantes, happiest persons in tho world. But I I could to promote the iii'vetiicn? Of tbatwllil rtmttliat tore tlicTliraclan bard I havo learned that ho is no hap-- j hoped that with the great number de- pier than most of us. In Hhodope, nben Moodatul rocks hail iar To raiiture, till tjiot.ivnecliiniorilroniil manding nnd with the object "Yes," ho said, "I liko tho business Ilotli harp unil voice fci tf relesson of the late of the Gieenb.ick firht rate, and I cot lots of thin, nnd 1 nnd in inter times tho iniu,et!"-ibm. A wji K- - oaveats. TRADE MARKS. treat of fierce, fanatical muuiit.tineerx, party that wc could finally win, but expect soon to bo nblo to set up for DCSION PATENTS, who scorned for centuries the rule of very soon COPVRIOHTS. ato. the new patty went into myself. But thero is ono elrawback freo Handbook (Trim to Turk and Christian alike, and bravely for Information and IJHOAlin-jlT- , about it I can't cat onions. A barMLJ.NN A CO.al M."' YUIIIT. ANI)resisted every effort to I ring them into the fusion bnsiness and allowed itself ber whoso breath smelleel of onions OMest bureau for securing patents In America. Kvcry patent taken outbr us Is broufftit bcfnro Mibjtction. It was only quite recently to le loaded down with new nnd exweiuld nover secure steady custom-el's- . tfco public bj a uollco glrcii rrco ot cbaigo lu lbs that a Bulgarian force succeeded in oc- treme demands to such an extent that Now, I am an Italian mid pascupying the remoter lwtion of the defeat was inevitable. . 4 sionately fond of onions. I'd rnthcr i i j 1 i cB Pomak territory assigned seven years Privy arrest circulation of anr sclenting paper In th "The movement has well nigh ex- eat them than anything I know of ngo by tho Ciiiveution of Top Khano to orM. ci'ioutiiuir llluitr to IMillipent No man wcpklr. H.'l.llll a man s .muld bo without It It also except, perhaps, garlic. Eastern Rouuielia. Fortnightly Re- tinguished the F. & I U. can tlJilflx month v jiiiaro.s 311 ft CO, ever yearns after n drink more than f L'uusuriu). UUl t'rKUiraj. N.? liuxutr, A m:la U&.UAA1 view. weakened the cause of silver by linkI do after onions. It U tho hardest V T T "T T't t ing with it so many socialistic dennil Dangi-ruuto havo to keep a cast-iro- n Toothbrushes. Cheap kind of a trial iuruqciUTj. IS CCUTlTr. An operation for appendicitis upon n mands. I enlisted in the monetary l'T grip on mynppotitoall tho time. patient living in this stato revealed the reform atniy in 1875 and devoted I think I should bo tho happiest man fact that tho disorder was duo to the I in tho world if I could cat onions nnd of tooth brush bristles. time and money to the cause. presence Greenback days etill continue to bo a barber." Now "Cheap tooth bi tisb.es, " remarked the warned the people in York Herald. Albany surgeon who had chargo of the niruinst loading us down with new id.-,7"a-.rLce- .. case, "are responsible for many demands. Ilusslan Oreettnc. throat, stomach and intestinal A Russian throws himself on tho "After the organization of the Peo ailments. Tho bristleurc only glued ple's Party I saw the same danger and ground nt his master's feet, clasps off by tho half dozen when on nnd come his knees and kisses them. A Polo nv!n.1 n.t nfrnlut tf Kilt ill in II n wet nnd brought in contact with tho 'b ! ..,! bows down to tho ground or kisses teeth. " American Druggist. purpose. I still supported the party. his mastor's shoulder. A Bohemian YEARS POil even voted the ticket at tlie recent kiikies tho lower hem of tho garment .a- : led aH Worm Romodlos. Coachei In Trance. election, but the party is now dead worn by his superior. At mooting a ' X bOTTLE GUARANTEED. As regards tho history of ooachoa and the thing to do is to unite with Russian says, "Sdraffsvuityo" ("Good LvLJlYWUnHF.. eons. . ol.U in Franco. Henry IV wns nssassinntcd the Republican party. , -- ! 1 41 Mr itr in., or. That party health"); on parting, "Do Bvidanya'' in 1010. Soon after his death borne money j (French, "Au rovoir"). When sepengravings woropublishexl represent- did establish the fact that arating for a lengthened period, could be legally made of paper not "Proshtchaityo" ("Pardon"!, e,, for o ing him being murdered iu his by Ravaillac. It is from tlieso redeemable on demand, It gave us leaviug you so Boon). Lander und thnt Roubo hns hat! tho sketches of a better banking system than the Volkorkuudo. on his plato 172 Democrats ever did. Hartford, Kentucky tho threo can-iageIt gave us a cngraveel. A Cat Story. better banding system than the DemThey nro simply sqitaro boxes, A Now Hampshiro physician sends measuring by scalo 0 feet in length ocrats ever did. If we continue to tho following cat story to tho Philastruggle for the resurrection of the by 3J feet in width, on four wheels delphia Tunes, forwhich ho vouches: of tho namo diameter, without nny Populist Paity we simply waste our "Among other queer tricks Dick springs or straps, nnd seating six per- time. will tako off my glasses very carefulsons m nil namely, two with their -- TO SIvU TIIE- "If we unite with the Republicans ly with his paw, hold them with ono backs to tho horses, two facing them, we may be able to convince some of olaw and survey them with great apand two more, ono on each side of No parent interest Tlio first tlmo ho tho two "boots," nt tho sides. Each them and obtain some reform. did this wns ono night when ho hnd nmvccH vehiclo had a roof resting on light reform can be expected from the been napping nnd I reading. r f I Ami, I j' iiiVfin3 twenty years columns ind curtains to draw or to Democratic party. For and MEMPHIS, great pet, and going to LOUSVILL "Ho isn rt&zm t K ' .WAY $mm .1 tRKaflEi let down. "T- it has stood in thejvay of all reform. him I bent over without indicating WITH This ngrees well with tho received Twenty ears ngo' there were efforts by any motion mj meaning and said "" 'A. .ICtciiI hHP.Ti-of tho incident, according to accounts ye'iv-- r t states for reform gently, "Dick, If you want to go to PULLMAN BUFFET Sleeping Cars' ono version of which Henry rodo in nude in several bed, tako off my glasses." Ho FItOM AND TO through farmers' clubs and an open carriage, nnd uecording to iili up a paw and took I.OIUNVIM.II.IIIUII'IIIN, VH'IJNIU'K organizations. another that ns soon as tho" fntal 11.VTON itotJi:,Mini m:v oiii.k i. r. them off as deftly as though it wero . proceeded to enblow wns delivered by the assassin "Tlie Democrats in jii'iniitii-inn old habit tho king's attendants, who rodo with dorse the demands and get control of "Thinking this a 'happen so,' I put him in tho carnage, drew tho cur most if not all the machinery of such them on and rnttdo tho same request Tho Quick and Desirable Route tains, und hiding tho king from pubthem. in different words, with precisely tho TO AND KOM lic viow fissured tho enraged pcoplo movements nnd then smother They proceeded in the same wny with samo result. After ono moro repeti- Now York I'lillrtdclpliii llnltlninrc that ho was only wounded. Notes tion ho yawned and plainly intimat-tx- l WiuliiiiKton NorMtt OIJ l'lilnt l!o:nlort the Grange, the .Greenback Party, the ami Queries. ltlchnmnd llufl'iilo Ule'voliind of that was enough." Tolodo ClilciiK" lndlnniipolli Alliance and the free silver question. (Jin.:innnti l.uulvlllu TarUlan Urrunulicn' Charges. In short it has been the policy of the Points Tlio great Parisian dressmakers Eastorn and Northonstorn Ui.nB . T)nvis CiHTiaffG Democratic party to endorse all nd Memphis Vicknurjf Union It 1'iuileil Her. havo a custom of charging a married where the reforms are popular Now Orlonna Mobile l.iltlp Hiiok lint A real backwoods woman, born and woman moro for her gowns than an Spring and points in West Tonnes- and then to smother thcin or destroy breel through a long lifo in tho VerHe will eavo ymi MON'UV hy Htiving from HIM. Will unmarried woman ls asked. An tea Toxhs Arkniisni illsjinuppl in some way. mont hills, was lutely transported by thcin American lady, in 'Paris, recently Louliinnn nnd tin tiouth and n relative to tho heart of Boston culall oii it Knutry, Hitrncs, Lap Dimternnri Whip from $00.00 "The Republican party has not ad- commented upon this difference, HOUTIIIVSST. ture. She was taken to lectures on vocated all measures that to me which sho hud observed to thooxtont up lo 7.r).00. TIip D:tvi-- i Ciininpp Conipniiy has tlio rcputn-tioovory "ism" nnd "ology," to tolks on seems nccessary.elsc I would not have of $30 in two dresses identically aliko. Tho lite is thoroughly equipped nnil In nxcnl-lon- t dress reform and exhibitions of modcondition, and providcHini a ol building tho best Hnggy for tho munoy of any Factory a Greenbackcr "Ahl" .exclaimed tho great modlsto, el living. Tho effect of it all was to left them to become arrangement In tlmo nnd tliroiml. jirt "why not? Madamohas a husband Parbo seen in a soliloquy overheard ono nor to help build up the People's in Gincinnnti. to pay her bUls, but inadomoisollo's A vkatukb is tho tlmo and coiivotilem'o night as tho jioor old boul was trudg- ty, but it is manifest that if any dot must bo looked out for, so that securod by tho I.imltod KxiiriH- - Tmln. ing up btaira to bed: "No hell, no is to come it must come through sho may get a husband." Which Is e)NLY a nioiit's niDK botworn l..iiliivlllo So flannel otticoat," sho murmured the Republican party or through not so illogical as it nt first scorns. and Momphls, und tho bo.l and )uickct drearily. "What's a body goin todof" some party yet unborn. sorvlco between tho two cltloscvar oflered. San Francisco Argonant and all ililri'linrnrnia-HoTlckts(Tlme-TablNow York Times. seourdl by applllnu to J, ll.'lli-liriin"It is certnin the people will not Sho Ivnewt AKcntnt llruvcr lliiiu.ur lledatl nnil llegurru. Populist Party into vote the "What la tlio lceson taught us In Statiomnaster at Bnllyhooley (to power else they would have at least tho parnblo of tho sovon wlso vir- Y.B,LTBtb. fi.8'1 Phj. AlntouiiTillii to Inquiring tourist) Tlio half poet cast n good vote for that ticket nt the gins Tasked n Horlom Sunday school noino o'clock thritin won't shtart und Opium Hablto The Democrats had tenchor of hia pupils. till tin, and there'll bo no lasht last election curiil ul liumo Willi "Thnt wo Bhould always bo on tho outpaln.Uookolrar' demonetized silver. The Republican km tlcularsicntrnia thrum nt all at all tonight till a quar-the- r lookout for a bridegroom," said tho Cm E afther wan tomorrow mornin, press nnd bosses had aided the crime Binullcst girl in tho class. Now York I Atlanta, Gtt.omcolilWlUtcliiaiat. I are. Judy. and yet the Populists were Insignifi- - Journal. f HI LL'S I .Ilu T" Double Chloride of finM ai TMet JSf o!:x'!rir S S f 11 I 11 MU " i VL r d .L. H.A .. Hill's Tablets. ph,i n XaJaaaL. tjT nlfii-Mo- r JAYl-OIll)- m I 11 -.-- -- I " sV S qnwmlnffrl'-arrenllonehhp.rcr- ) ywgyAol THE OHIO CHEMICAL CO., '" ". !'". I Mere's isiSWiiiPSi b.-11-1 aba-lonc- s Mar-seillais- o , I ' IosTcttoi S.B.B. Sa.gsL. g ' j F. A. AMES CO. NliW T L mv ml H Ei TH BUNE SAW 7TT t ?.:;?, ran , ujy&EHriyp i.rfHYE'S eREAKt - ONE YEAR $1.25 lira. tfERllEMi 20 -- Address all orders to j . X . enr-riag- HALlTFOill) REPUBLICAN, s Gome to Hartford sfaliRQa TTrT'TI-aTnMaT! a I msBEsemaaasi v,i 'r7jr .1 SPRING OPENING OF C. L. Field's car Buggies just from the U"H1. V n Orst-clne- m ' come and judge for yourself. n su:o;so:o.:i::q:es tc-ul- wimm , TOE for REPUBLICAN "t, i